bloodsteel bitterraven Posted June 27, 2016 Share Posted June 27, 2016 King's Landing: the new Queen of Westeros is now Cersei Lannister, but she has no heirs. Disputed by Daenerys Targaryen who is planning to attack. The North: Jon Snow is now the King of an independent North. Riverlands: In the books it's Littlefinger, but on the show it was Walder Frey. Since Walder is dead, the new lord should be Stevron Frey his eldest son who appeared in season 1. The Vale: Robyn (or Robert in the books) Arryn is the ruler, but providing aid to Jon Snow when he attacked Winterfell might have jeopardized his position. Not that Cersei is going to attack him or anything. The Westerlands: Cersei Lannister obviously, and since she's in King's Landing, whoever Kevan had left behind when he went to King's Landing to help Tommen. The Reach: Since Mace and his two kids are dead (Garlan and Willas don't exist on the show), next in line is Mace's sister Janna (who hasn't appeared yet on the show). She is married to Jon Fossaway, lord of New Barrel. Is in war with King's Landing and might declare for Daenerys Targaryen. Dorne: Apparently Ellaria Sand. Has declared for Daenerys Targaryen. Stormlands: It was Tommen Baratheon. Tommen and his handlers probably had appointed someone to be in charge. Not sure who takes the castle now that Tommen is dead. We don't really know about any Baratheons who are still alive. Lyonel Baratheon had a daughter (who was supposed to marry Duncan Targaryen but didn't) and if she had kids, their descendants should be next in line. Iron Islands: Euron is the King of the independent Iron Islands. Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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