‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7: Tyrion Lannister Kills Cersei Lannister

‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7: Tyrion Lannister Kills Cersei Lannister
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“Game of Thrones” season 6 episode 10 finally fulfilled the prophecy that Cersei’s children would all predecease her. Now with Daenerys Targaryen on her way to Westeros, the last two prophesies of Maggy might be fulfilled.


Back in “Game of Thrones” season 5, a young Cersei visited a fortune teller living in the land surrounding Casterly Rock. She demanded to know her future and threatened the gouge the witch’s eyes should she refuse.

When Will Cersei Lannister Die? Maggy Prophecy

After giving her a taste of her blood necessary for blood magic, Maggy told her she can ask three questions. Since her father promised she would marry Rhaegar Targaryen, she asked when she will marry the prince.

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The witch told her that she would never marry the prince, instead, she will marry the king. Thinking that she will marry Rhaegar once he has succeeded to the throne, she asked if she will be a queen.

To this, the witch’s answer is that she will indeed become queen. But she will be cast down by someone more beautiful and she will take everything Cersei holds dear.

Lastly, Cersei asks if she and the king will have children, Maggy replied that the king will have 20 and she will have 3. Those 3 will have golden crowns(blonde hair) and golden shrouds(burial cloth) implying they will all die before her.

How Will Cersei Lannister Die? The Prophecy Fullfilled

“Game of Thrones” has partly fulfilled all these prophesies with her marriage to King Robert. She also bore three golden haired children with her brother Jaime and lost them one by one.

But in the “Game of Thrones” books, one more prophecy was mentioned by Maggy. She revealed that Cersei Lannister will die at the hands of a valonqar. A valonqar is a High Valyrian word meaning little brother, which refers to none other than Tyrion Lannister.

With Daenerys Targaryen’s invasion looming, her position as Queen of the Seven Kingdoms is in peril. And the Targaryen fleet is bringing Tyrion closer and closer, her little brother who she so desperately tried to kill.

Will “Game of Thrones” finally see all of the prophesies regarding Cersei Lannister fulfilled?

Catch “Game of Thrones” season 7 when it premieres on spring 2017.

Also Read: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7: Jon Snow Is Azor Ahai?


  • Michael Gouker

    It’s more likely that it’s Jaime that kills Cersei. That would be a better ending for his story as well.

  • Urthor

    Jaime becoming a Queenslayer and killing a second ruler who has gone a bit crazy with the wildfire is more likely. Valonqar was a smokescreen, Cersei is probably the firstborn twin and and it’s Jaime who kills her, not Tyrion.

    • Lia YT

      Not “probably.” Cersei is indeed the firstborn twin.

  • bozozozo

    If Tyrion turns out to also have Targaryen blood, from his father (Tywin said “you are no son of mine”), then he’s Cersei’s little half-brother (um, so to speak). And Cersei’s little brother is Jaime.
    It will be a recap of the death of the Mad King: when Kings Landing is invaded, Cersei will threaten to destroy it rather than to give it up: Jaime will break another vow to keep her from doing it, and they will both perish in the aftermath.
    it’s a guess. Maybe Jaime will survive and find Brienne. But I think Tormund will prevail with her, and without Cersei, Jaime has no further goals or ambition. House Lannister will be dead.