Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) are on a similar screen (if not in agreement), but rather it’s not all daylight and rainbows on Dragonstone.
Prior to the King in the North and the Mother of Dragons’ pivotal meeting, two different players had a vital discussion about fate: Varys (Conleth Hill) and Melisandre (Carice van Houten), the last of whom reported her intends to desert Westeros for Volantis.
Varys, never one to be modest in his despise for enchantment, offered Melisandre some free guidance: “I don’t think you should come back to Westeros. I don’t know you would be protected here.” consequently, Melisandre offered her very own chilling guarantee.
“I will return, dear Spider, one final time,” she said. “I need to pass on in this odd nation — simply like you.”
Have we at any point seen Varys so disrupted? As a matter of fact, we have! He wore that same appearance of profound torment and difficult perplexity all over the last time he experienced a red priestess: Kinvara (Ania Bukstein), who went to the immense city of Meereen last season to promise her help to Daenerys’ motivation.
Amid that meeting, Kinvara evoked dull recollections from Varys’ past — recollections he would likely want to remain covered, ideally in a pine box with a caught alchemist caught inside.
She talked about how when Varys was maimed as a youngster, he heard voices from a fire. She inquired as to whether he recollects what the voices said. Varys never offered an answer, yet the look of loathsomeness all over said a lot.
Presently, we have another occurrence of Varys looking totally paralyzed by the expressions of a red priestess, and the substance of those words here is much more serious: Melisandre is promising Varys that he will kick the bucket in Westeros.
Indeed, it could be sufficiently guiltless; all men must bite the dust what not. Yet, the way Varys responds proposes that Melisandre’s guarantee lines up with the voice he heard in the flames long prior.
At the end of the day, as much as one would rather not state it, things are not looking encouraging for Varys’ life span. The Spider does not look liable to turn out of Game of Thrones alive.
Obviously, Melisandre likewise offers an inquisitive insight about her own particular downfall. She appears to trust that she’s bound to kick the bucket in Westeros.
While she regularly misreads what she finds in the flares, quite a bit of what she sees really comes valid in some shape or frame.
It’s a decent wagered that Melisandre isn’t far-removed the blemish on the whereabouts of her demise, at that point, if not the how, when or why.
Your mileage may fluctuate on the most proficient method to feel about Melisandre’s approaching fate (how can one accommodate her fundamental part in breathing life into Jon Snow back with her choice to consume a youngster alive?), yet there’s no less than one Valyrian steel lining: it gets some time for Arya Stark (Maisie Williams).
Back in season three, Arya and Melisandre briefly ran into each other. The red priestess guaranteed the youthful wolf: “We will meet once more.”
Many fans expected they would rejoin eventually this season, since Arya was back in Westeros and Melisandre was traveling south from Winterfell.
Given that Arya is currently heading back home for a family get-together, and that Melisandre is leaving the Seven Kingdoms briefly, it’s not looking likely that these two will converge before the season closes.
Along these lines, there’s a guarantee on the table that Melisandre and Arya will meet, and there’s a guarantee on the table that Melisandre will bite the dust in Westeros, despite the fact that she’s going to set sail for one final Volantene experience.
We’re likely taking a gander at Melisandre surviving sufficiently long beyond words season — and there’s just a single season left to go.
What’s more, since Arya Stark needs to get by in any event sufficiently long to see Melisandre once again, she’s everything except ensured to make due until the point that that portentous last season experience.
At the end of the day, this most recent prediction is awful news for the Red Woman, yes — however it’s extraordinary news for No One.
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