Most notably his potential role as the Valonqar in Cersei's (Lean Headey) prophecy. They'd ferry the wood, soldiers, and animals up the rivers that run to the north, by Kingsroad.
But that's not important. Jaime finally walked away from his sister! If she dies in the same way - especially from giving birth to a child with dwarfism - it'll force her to recognize that what made Tyrion so "monstrous" in her eyes wasn't monstrous at all. When she arrived at the Dragonpit aboard Drogon, it was a jaw-dropping experience for almost everyone there. That knowledge will most definitely complicate their new relationship, and the mistake of sleeping with the dragon queen will probably make Jon even more guilt-ridden and morose. I guess you can argue that point. Is she not as dead inside as we thought?
And then there's Sansa, who is to Game of Thrones what Edith was to Downton Abbey - the character the writers use to illustrate all the terrible things that could happen to women in a less enlightened era.
Say whaaaat? But hear us out. Game of Thrones is rife with Conversations That Must Have Happened in order for events to make sense, but this particular one is about as plausible as Jon Snow correctly reading the room.
If this theory is correct, Tyrion's supposed "monstrousness" will indeed be the poison that ends House Lannister.
In 2003 Flynn said of his relationship with Headey: "We're not a couple right now, people have seen us together and jumped to conclusions". He also ordered Theon Greyjoy's penis to be chopped off and brainwashed him into being his slave called "Reek" and of course was a truly awful husband to Sansa Stark.
While it seems impossible for both Cersei's prophecy and Arya's list to be fulfilled, there is one solution.We got a hint of just that Jaime last season when he reunited with the love his life Brienne. We enjoy the fight despite not really knowing who to cheer for, disgusted by Dany's savagery and inspired by Bronn's heroism. The two shared their signature long looks at each other in farewell. He's just there to do what she says.
"You know the dragons?" he bagan. She's committed various evil acts throughout the show, from continuously mocking and humiliating her brother Tyrion, to blowing up a load of people, to driving her own son to suicide - she's anything but a shrinking violet. Viewers should have been rooting for her. She's been through hell. Yep, it's time for our annual Game of Thrones power ranking. "You'll never wed the prince", Maggy tells Cersei. And tonight, he told Cersei she has no idea what he's fighting for because Jaime believes in honor and he believes in love. While her interactions with Jon and Arya are very watchable, they're unlikely to be the scenes you remember when the show has wrapped up. Dany is the last living relative of the Mad King, and the common folk under the Lannisters and the Starks would have no interest in mingling if it's strictly under the flag of the opposing side.
Dany, you in danger, girl.