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Have You Figured Out The Game of Thrones Finale?

Have you figured out the Game of Thrones finale?

The Mountain and the Viper duel to the death. (Photo/

Game of Thrones finale. Sound suspenseful? Not anymore.

Apparently, the Game of Thrones finale is common knowledge.

Fans of the novels and show are so obsessed with the story line that a few die-hard fans have already figured out the Game of Thrones finale. For those of us waiting for the ending to the critically acclaimed television series we simply ignore these theories.

For author George R.R. Martin, however, it was tough to ignore the fans. George R.R. Martin, who told PEOPLE magazine “…a few fans have already accurately predicted how the series will end.” Martin continued to discuss the readers obsession with the Game of Thrones finale, saying “So many readers were reading the books with so much attention that they were throwing up some theories and while some of those theories were amusing bulls––t and creative, some of the theories are right. At least one or two readers had put together the extremely subtle and obscure clues that I’d planted in the books and came to the right solution.”

In season four we saw a new power rise in the Lannister family, the Stark family is still split, and the royal families continue to fight for political power. How close are we to a Game of Thrones finale? That is up to Martin to decide but as fans we can still speculate. I dread the day Game of Thrones ends but I would love to see the epic Game of Thrones finale.

What is going to go down in the Game of Thrones finale? Who do you want to see rise to the occasion? Who do you want to see fall from grace? Lastly, who do you want to see die a gruesome death? For a Game of Thrones finale is would be so sweet to see our favorite and most hated characters meet the ending they deserve.
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