Game of Thrones happy ending for THIS character is already doomed: ‘Death is coming’ | Books | Entertainment

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In a final season groaning under illogical plot twists, impossible travel times and hugely underwhelming pay-offs for storylines spanning the previous seven seasons, certain characters still stand out. George RR Martin himself appeared to think that Bronn had more screen time than was warranted from his importance in the books. Nevertheless, he was a fan favourite and certainly provided much of the dry humour. However his entire arc this year was preposterous. Sent by Cersei to kill both her brothers, he pulled out the crossbow, vaguely threatened them and then agreed not to kill Tyrion and Jaime if they would leave him out of the upcoming battles but promise him a huge castle when it was all over.

Why on earth would they honour that? Both have enough resources to have Bronn found and killed off. Even if they had bigger things to worry about at the time, if they survived, as Tyrion at least did, it would be easy to have Bronn taken care of.

Yet he ends up ruling one of the biggest and richest regions on the continent at a time when Westeros desperately needs stability and wise heads to put everything back together. Far more importantly, however, how on Westeros will he possibly hope to hold onto his castle, or his head?

A powerful Reddit theory points out: “Bronn is now lord of Highgarden but with no actual personal wealth or armies of his own. How long will the houses of that region tolerate him?”

The lords of Westeros (and Essos) are not exactly known for tolerating anything and their form of intolerance tends to end in only one way.



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