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and there were even flickers of a new and unlikely romance – but where can
Here\'s where we stand after the latest episode \'Book of the Stranger\' – and where in the world of Westeros (and Essos…) we might be heading next. Potential spoilers ahead…
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After her fiery coup in Vaes Dothrak, Daenerys Targaryen is now stronger than ever. She has the Unsullied, she has Daario\'s Second Sons, and now – presumably – the combined forces of the entire Dothraki horde at her command.
She has two loyal retainers who would gladly die for her, and the fiercely intelligent duo of Tyrion and Varys advising her. Oh, and did we mention three fully grown dragons?
There may be the small matter of the Meereenese fleet being burnt, but once a new fleet of ships can be secured (and it\'ll need to be a hell of a fleet – who do we know with a fleet of ships?), Dany has surely never been more ready to head West to Westeros and begin reclaiming her throne.
The show has teased her journey West since day one – sometimes successfully, sometimes with frustrating distractions – but it feels like the day is edging ever closer, and Cersei, Margaery and the rest don\'t know what\'s going to hit them. Who sits where at the Small Council meetings won\'t matter much when the table\'s on fire.
After their touching and long-long-LONG-overdue reunion, Jon and Sansa are now something of a dream team in the North, especially with Melisandre, Brienne, Tormund and Davos backing their play to reclaim Winterfell – not to mention Littlefinger\'s plan to bring the forces of the Eyrie into play as well.
Ramsay\'s rather heinous letter to Jon daring him to attack Winterfell will surely be heeded, but if they attack the city outright, what\'s to stop Ramsay merely slitting Rickon\'s throat the minute he sees them approaching? It\'s certainly not beyond the sadistic (former) bastard, so perhaps a sneakier approach might be necessary.
Last time there was a situation like this, Stannis slept with Melisandre to create a shadow demon to get the job done. Would Jon Snow be willing to do the same? After all, his vow of celibacy is no longer on the table - but knowing what we now know about Melisandre, any future scenes of love-making will be viewed in a
3. What happens when Davos finds out about Shireen?
It\'s something that perhaps slipped by in the opening episodes of this season, but Book of the Stranger made it very clear that Davos Seaworth still doesn\'t know what happened to Shireen.
It was quite a while ago – both in terms of show-time and real-time – that Stannis burnt his only daughter alive on Melisandre\'s advice. Advice, it now transpires, that was bad. Stannis wasn\'t the chosen one – Jon Snow was! D\'oh!
But Davos – sweet, earthy Davos – doesn\'t know about any of that. There\'s no way he\'ll stop asking questions, and the truth will surely out.
Will he return to his attempts to destroy the Red Woman? That would probably be ill-advised, but… Perhaps he could destroy her another way: by informing Jon Snow what his new and most fervent supporter is capable of?
Would Jon then dismiss the child-killer from his service? And if so – what would that mean for Jon\'s hopes of becoming the Prince that was Promised? Does Jon need Mel to succeed?
Once Stannis died, it seemed like Davos\' part of the story might be over, but a lot may yet depend on the decisions made by the stub-fingered smuggler.
The impending Kingsmoot on the Iron Islands took up a decent chunk of George RR Martin\'s \'A Feast For Crows\', but in the book, it takes place with Theon still very much a reluctant guest of House Bolton\'s.
The series hasn\'t really invested very much in the Iron Islands – certainly not in recent seasons – but there\'s a chance the Kingsmoot might change that, and get fans a little more interested in this dreary corner of Westeros.
The Kingsmoot is likely to be Euron\'s big moment to establish himself - after a rather hurried and muddled introduction in episode two, when he threw his brother Balon off a bridge.
We don\'t really know anything about him yet – hell, we\'ve barely even seen his face – but if the plot follows the books, then a certain horn in his possession might just put him on the board in a big way.
Although Theon\'s presence is a bit of a wildcard – could his being there to support Yara earn her a shot at the Seastone Chair? Or will Theon find himself inadvertently going from Reek to Ruler?
Brormund? Torienne? Whatever your preferred shipping portmanteau, would there be a greater couple in
history than Brienne and Tormund? The answer is no. No, there would not be.
From the minute Brienne rode into Winterfell, Tormund\'s eyes widened at the sight of the fearsome warrior. And while Brienne didn\'t seem quite as enamoured, she still couldn\'t help glancing over at the red-headed Wildling as he tore apart some meat at dinner.
Tormund\'s not used to women like Brienne – because there aren\'t any other women like Brienne – and she\'s not used to this sort of male attention.
– Jon triumphing over the Night\'s King; Dany\'s dragons soaring over King\'s Landing; more Stark reunions – a romance between Tormund and Brienne has now rocketed straight to the top.
The passionate wildling and the reserved warrior. One an untamed savage from the North, and one an honour-bound Knight from the South. Giantsbane and Giantess – a tale for the ages! Imagine the wedding night. Imagine the
Never mind who sits on the Iron Throne – make this happen!
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