Jaime Lannister (played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) started off in Game of Thrones as a villain but over the course of the past seven series, fans have come to love the Kingslayer.
Furthermore, he began his story infatuated with his sister Cersei (Lena Headey), and while he still loves the Queen, he has learned to love others – including Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).
Many fans believe Jaime will kill his sister in the final series but now one fan believes they have worked out how the king’s guard will perish.
In fact, they pointed out Jaime may have already revealed how he will die in a previous series.
Reddit user FoundWaldo_ wrote: “Jaime mentions to Bronn in Dorne that he wants to die in the arms of the woman he loves.
“He’s obviously talking about Cersei.”
However they go on to add: “But with Jaime and Brienne fighting wights in Winterfell, I anticipate Jamie will die in some valiant manner (perhaps getting Bran to safety – poetic redemption) and Brienne will cradle him in her arms at his passing.
“Jaime does love Brienne (romantic or not) so this would be an interesting twist.
“Then Brienne can go back to King’s Landing and when it’s all said and done, update Jaime’s chapter in the Kings-guard book with his heroic deeds.”
If Jaime were to die in this way, it would certainly be poetic, however, many fans would no doubt prefer to see Jaime and Brienne survive the series.
It comes after another fan believes they have worked out Jon Snow’s fate, pointing out it may have been revealed in season six.
After defeating Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) in the Battle of the Bastards, the northern lords declared Jon the King in the North.
They said that as Ned Stark’s (Sean Bean) son, they would stand beside him in battle and pledge their allegiance.
However, fans know Jon is really Aegon Targaryen. How will the northern lords react when they learn the truth about his true parentage?
Reddit user mikeybuckets wrote: “Jon obviously gets hailed as King in the North by all of the northern houses at the beginning of the season because of his leadership skills but also primarily due to the fact that he is believed to be Ned Stark’s son.
“The northern houses get over the fact that he is a ‘bastard’. Lady Mormont says ‘I don’t care if he’s a bastard, Ned Stark’s blood runs through his veins.’”
They continued: “I am wondering how they will react when they find out he is not Ned’s son, and is actually a Targaryen.
“As Jon is telling all of the northern houses that he will sail for Dragon Stone to meet with Dany, they all cry out for him not to go because ‘Targaryen’s can’t be trusted.’
“That sentiment stems from the remembering the acts of King Aerys against the Starks.”
Jon has proven himself to be a true northerner but once it’s revealed he is actually a Targaryan, will the northern lords change their allegiance?
Game of Thrones season eight returns April 14 to HBO and airs on Sky Atlantic at 2am and 9pm a day later.