Spoiler Alert: Possible secret disclosures of future twists of major character
With the upcoming series of Game of Thrones speculated to be the series finale, the seemingly tiny character of Tyrion Lannister portrayed by unmatched performance of Peter Dinklage has actually dwarfed many of the major characters such as Ned Stark, Petyr Baelish aka Littlefinger and others, who couldn’t make it to the last season. You don’t have to be a political analyst to understand that how Tyrion’s skills of assessing the situation and finding the best possible move not only made him survive, but also helped the ferocious opposing parties’ negotiation with Cersei almost at the cost of his own life. And, not to mention his slavery negotiation and guidance on governance of Meereen by Breaker of Chains, Mother of Dragons and Daenerys of the House Targaryen. Wait a minute… Targaryen.. Oh yeah!
While the next season of Game of Thrones is still on the horizon, die-hard fans and theorists have already started speculating the forthcoming of a major character as Targaryen. Yes, you guessed it right, Tyrion Lannister.. uhmhm.. Lannister? Really?
When Tywin Lannister says “I wanted to carry you into the seas and let the waves wash you away. Instead ,I let you live and brought you up as my son because you are Lannister”, was it just the words coming out in the heat of the moment from a character known for carefully crafted narratives, or was there something more into it? His abhorrence of Tyrion is no secret, which could give some weak hints of Tyrion not being his own blood, but with the rumors of Aerys Targaryen “The Mad King” and Joanna Lannister surrounding the birth of Tyrion could give affirmation to believe on this as his birth in 273 AC was less than a year after Joanna attended Aerys’ the Mad King’s tenth year anniversary and more notably, the reason of Tywin tendering his resignation of his post as King’s hand during that event might had some strong grounds.