It's likely that the Battle of the Bastards will take up most of Episode Nine, but I'm anxious for an update on at least a few more characters. Will Theon and Yara Greyjoy reach Daenerys Targaryen in time? In Braavos, Arya seals passage to Westeros, but is attacked by the Waif.
In the last 2 episodes of Game of Thrones Season 6, not only that the epic war between Ramsay Bolton and Jon Snow over control of Winterfell is certainly happening, Kings Landing will be seeing a rebellion in which The Crown could fall.
The Tully's army hypothetically can join the battle in the North, since Lord Edmure in GOT 6x08 surrendered to Jamie Lannister ending the siege after the capture of Riverrun by the Blackfish.
However, between the seventh and eighth episodes of "Game of Thrones" this season, fans went on what might have been the most prolific theory spree we've ever seen.
The end of the prophecy states that "valonqar", which is High Valyrian for "little brother" will kill her. Jamie is Cersei's twin, born after her, which means he may be the valonqar.
The "Game of Thrones" actress Maisie Williams' character Arya Stark finally realized that her training in the House of Black and White was quite boring and frustrating. That's because every GoT fan or TV buff out there is dying to watch Game of Thrones' new episode on Sunday nights.
Off-screen fight to the death against her mortal enemy be damned, #TeamArya is right. The scene itself was a bit irrelevant, but it confirmed two things: that Brienne, in fact, love Jaime and that Podrick is determined to master all manners of combat. Now Jaime's headed back to the capital, Cersei's back is against the wall, and we could be getting a callback to the show's pre-history. Or was Arya's commitment to her Starkness a crucial aspect of her evolution? Redough suggests,"If Cersei looses Cleganebowl that could set her off and make it her mission to destroy King's Landing". "Gold shall be their crowns and gold their shrouds", Maggy says, basically telling Cersei that she'll see all of her children die.
I may be wrong about this, but I believe that this is the first time in over a year (or more than a season) that Arya has specifically referred to herself both in the first person, and as Arya Stark.