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Game of Thrones Season 8 Predictions (Part 4) A Lannister’s Loyalty: Tyrion Breakdown

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How Tyrion’s past will shape her future.

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  1. Manuel GC

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    O.o

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  2. Vitor Iturriaga

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    There may be some minor conflict with Jamie but I think Bran and/or Jon will tell Daenerys that he will be needed for the Great War if there is conflict between Dany and Tyrion it'll probably concern her relationship with Jon. With all due to honesty though I've said it before and I'll say it again the main internal conflict for Daenerys's side (if any) will be between Sansa and Daenerys. Daenerys will show up thinking she'll gain the northern support because of Jon but Sansa will not be having any of it. It'll be the Wolf Queen vs the Dragon Queen

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  3. Knightwalker V Peace

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    HOLY NIGHT 🌃

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  4. Male Shub

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Nice video; thanks 🙂 Season 7 was Tyrion's dumbest/worst. All his schemes backfired. Dany was so overpowered that the show dumb'ed down her side to make some characters reach season 8 (mainly Cersei). Dany could have been in King's Landing months before the army of the dead marched south.

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  5. Runawayto Sam'sTown

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    This is all ok, but it's an incredibly superficial analysis of the Lannisters, and that is a mistake so many people who watch this and read the books make. It's stepping right on Martin's incredible destruction of black-white world.

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  6. Storm's End

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Biggest surprise: the return of Daario

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  7. Shamun Freeman

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    I agree with your assesents of Tyrion but not so much your predictions. To me Tyrion is very disloyal to Daenyres. She is the first person of power in his life to actually trust him, respect him, and treat him as almost an equal. She gave him the highest post in her government after herself. He does nothing but constantly challenge her, insult her father, and prevent her from achieving the goal of taking the Throne..whether or not its intentional, or whether or not its about his family, he accepted this job and post and understood what it was when he accepted it yet is unwilling to do what the job requires. At this point, I am confused as to what his actual motives are and where his true loyalties lie. He is not a particularly honorable character. He showed us the difference between he and Jon in the dragon pit scene when he asked Jon " have you ever considered learning how to lie?" This tells us Tyrion is a liar. Dany should take note of this. Its VERY important. I predict a rift between Tyrion and Jon, not so much Dany and Jaime. Dany doesnt have the greatest love for her father.

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  8. murphydtx

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Appreciate your videos. Smart and insightful as always.

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  9. laJah575

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Tyrion will be one of the survivors who will be tasked with rebuilding after the Night King is defeated. He's probably going to be ward for Jon and Daenerys's baby. I think Jaime will be killed trying to save Bran Stark, finally atoning for pushing him out the window in Season 1.

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  10. steve i2000

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Hard to predict but I have always thought none of the top contenders will sit the throne. In the end I honestly believe Sansa will sit on the iron throne.cheers

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  11. Fiorenza Agazzi

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Yours is a really good analysis, but I don't think that Tyrion wants the throne at all. Since now the show has been about killing off the old generation that carries the negative aspect of the houses and leaving alive 1 or 2 members of those houses that carry the the positive aspects. For example:
    Robert, Stannis and Renly were the negative aspect of house Baratheon and Gendry is the positive.
    For me this means that not all Lannisters can be selfish, manipulative and revengeful like Tywin. Tyrion has the positive version of those characteristics: ambition, cleverness and a strong will. That's why he'll probably be the only Lannister to survive and why he won't betray Dany but he most likely will break them up if Jon and Dany get too "distracted". And about Jaime, I think Dany won't have a problem with him if he bends the knee to her

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  12. J Dub

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Tyrion is jealous of the influence that Jon Snow has over Daenerys. He's also probably feeling lonely and sexually frustrated, ha!

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  13. Edna Calderon

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    B or D. Jonerys will be live with his baby included. Tyrion may be dead saving Jamie. Both if he lives, will be continue being the hand of the king and Queen of the seven kingdoms, especially if hi is a Targaryen too. They three born to be alive for along time! God bless the King Jon, the Queen Daenerys, the crown Prince and the Hand Lord Ser Tyrion

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  14. Mephisto Lord of Hatred

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Tyrion is up to something from the beginning and he'll probably betray Danny.
    Anyone ever noticed how he's systematically removing men that love Danny? Some scenes just make me wonder.
    He and Jorah with Danny. When asked what to do with Jorah he goes "he loves you and is devoted to you, bla bla, but if you want to rule Westeros you can't have him by your side". Fucking why? Her most loyal servant? Makes no seance.
    Again at the fighting pits. His reaction to Jorah and his face when Danny claps her hands, pretty much allowing him to fight for her again. That face to me looked like "fuck I just got rid of this guy".
    Danny's speech with Dario was too political and clearly not in her character. "Can't bring my lover to Westeros, have to marry for an alliance, bla bla". And latter Tyiron states that Dario would been a liability. She didn't care about lover in Essos so what changed her mind?
    And last, that mysterious look on the love boat. You can say he's worried about complications, but his repeated reaction to men in love with Danny is just weird and repeated over and over again. Also that speech about succession just shows that Tyrion has some idea or plan on how he thinks it should end up.

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  15. Sahrish Rawra

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    lol ok I had to pause the video to say: no. Tyrion was talking to Jamie, not Dany. And she didn’t choose to land there. Drogon was injured. And I think Tyrion was def more concerned about seeing the men he once fought next to (was probably friends or family with) burn alive than food for the winter.

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  16. Kirsten S

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    I can't find the link in the description 🙁

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  17. Inga Baranauskienė

    September 27, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    You know, I am comming to an opposite conclusion. IMO, Jon and Dany will live, and Tyrion will die. Sure, Jon and Day may die – they are those classical heroes who tend to die young but the show has been very much about killing a child and letting an adult be born, so there is a chance that both of them will live up to maturity. Tyrion, on the other hand, has entered the stage as a rather mature and cynical adult and his arch since season 5 was more about rediscovering lost values and idealism associated with the youth. So, giving up his selfishness and dying heroicly would be a natural progresshion of his character development, especially taking into account that he is a character in his own right and not just a supportive political genius/fairy godfather to the main protagonists. Anyway, thanks for the video and looking forwards to the new ones.

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