Warning: This post contains spoilers for both the Game of Thrones TV show and George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series.

Following Sunday’s explosive finale, the sixth season of Game of Thrones has all too soon come to an end. From Jon Snow’s resurrection to Arya’s defeat of the Waif to Cersei’s massacre of the Faith, the past 10 episodes have been an eventful ride — they have also incited more fan speculation than ever before. And now that Thrones has surpassed the books in plot, no detail was too small for a theory about how it would affect the future of the series.

But while viewers’ suspicions ranged from the more outlandish — Hodor being evil — to the now confirmed — R+L=J — they have all been interesting to discuss. So before we spend 10 long months thinking about what lies ahead for the residents of Westeros, let’s take a look at how several of this season’s predictions turned out — starting with the ones that were correct.


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