5 fan theories for GoT season 8

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"The final season of "Game of Thrones" is upon us and winter is finally here.

It feels like forever since the HBO fantasy drama graced our screens and the anticipation for Season 8 has been building ever since. As in the past, the final season of "Game of Thrones" has been shrouded in secrecy to avoid any types of spoilers getting out, with the trailers barely giving anything away.

Thankfully, we are now only one sleep away from the premiere.


The eighth season will sadly have the fewest amount of episodes with only six, however, Episodes 4, 5 and 6 will be well over an hour.

While the big question now is how will it all end, we're also dying to know who will end up on the Iron Throne, the identity of the "Prince That Was Promised" and more about the Night King's backstory.

If you're a "GoT" nerd like us, then you know Reddit is a haven for "Game of Thrones" theories. And because we're nice and understand that you are stressed out about the new season, TooFab took a deep dive through Reddit and ""Game of Thrones" history to get you pumped for this Sunday.

Here are five very important theories every Westerosi needs to know:"
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Should there even be any characters left that many viewers -- against good advice -- allowed themselves to form attachments to (i.e., "favorites"), then one can especially rely upon those characters all the more so being killed or suffering an undignified fate and meaning to their lives in the course of their demise, now that it's the end.

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