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    Just so zvelf knows, the seed for this thread was actually planted by Unstable Molecule and his reflections on Littlefinger's untimely death below (more on that later).



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    So, you are to assume that this is not the final season of the show. Which characters do you choose to keep alive for a next one? They can be as few as you like or up to half the surviving cast, so I would say a max of... 15?



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    You can just list your choices and be done with it, but if you have reasons for picking as you will, be my guest. You can even expand and regale us with the details of the roles they would be playing in this next season, the plot they would operate in, etc.


Should Live:

Arya Stark: She’s gone through too much leveling up so to speak to not continue to take advantage of it.

Bran Stark: There must be a Three-Eyed Raven.

Brienne of Tarth: She’ll probably be killed off this season, but she would be good in a sequel, perhaps as head of the Kingsguard.

Bronn: Westeros isn’t done with him yet.

Daenerys Targaryen: A sequel needs dragons and only Daenerys has them.

Ghost: What would a sequel be without dire wolves?

Hot Pie: His string of cameos should continue.

Jon Snow: He’s already died. Killing him again is anticlimactic. He’s also the hero and more stories could easily be told with him.

Lyanna Mormont: Seeing her as a grown woman would be a treat.

Missandei: She would be useful for any venture into Essos. She’s also the hottest woman on the show.

Podrick Payne: It would be amusing if he became as great a warrior as he is a lover, but he would be easy to kill off this season.

Robin Arryn: Seeing how he turned out as an adult could be interesting.

Sansa Stark: Her arc is not yet complete, but she’s the least essential of the surviving Starks.

Samwell Tarly: He still needs to lord it over the Citadel after the sh*t show they put him through.

Tormund Giantsbane: The Free Folk needs a leader and he’s all they’ve got.

Tyrion Lannister: The most popular character needs to be in the sequel.

Varys: His predicted doom can occur in the sequels.

Yara Greyjoy: Someone has to lead the Iron Islands.


Should Die:

Beric Dondarrion: Casualty of war with the White Walkers

Cersei Lannister: The lead villain goes down.

Davos Seaworth: This is the one people won’t see coming.

Dolorous Edd: With the Wall downed, there’s no more Night’s Watch and so no Commander is now needed.

Euron Greyjoy: Are you kidding me?

Gilly: She is how Sam will experience loss beyond losing his tormenting father and oblivious brother

Grey Worm: Casualty of war with the White Walkers

The Hound: His arc has ever seemed a tragic one.

Jaime Lannister: He kills his sister, then bites it.

Jorah Mormont: His devotion to Dany means sacrificing his life for her.

Melisandre: She has no future role to play.

The Mountain: The lead villain’s lead henchman goes down.

The Night King: The other lead villain goes down.

Theon Greyjoy: His final act of redemption is his giving up his life to save Bran.





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