Web designer creates theory generator
HBO's "Game of Thrones" and George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" are often surrounded with a lot of theories and assumptions, thus a generator called "Theories are Coming" is born.
A web designer named Vasanth Seshadiri created the said theory generator, although it is not the first ever. The user has to pick 10 famous characters from the epic television series paired with 10 controversial sequences. After that, it will explain and justify how the theory fit the scenes, The Verge reported.
In an example by Metro News, the generator justified how Sansa (Sophie Turner) could anger the Mad King. It has been said that the King Aerys II Targaryen can be mad when he started hearing whispers. Comically, it asked what if the eldest daughter of Ned Stark (Sean Bean) demanded lemon cakes.
"Her fondness for citrus confectionary is passionate enough to transcend the boundaries of time and space," it resulted. When the redhead beauty constantly asked the king of lemon cakes, it is not far that he will be mad.
Aside from Sansa, the generator can also justify theories about Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Arya (Maisie Williams), Tyrion (Peter Dinklage)and Cersei (Lena Headey). It will also tell the assumptions about the Red Wedding and the rise of the Walk Walkers.
Meanwhile, avid fans of "GoT" have been looking forward to the death of Cersei. In fact, there are a lot of fan-made theories about her demise, especially made mostly by the Reddit users. One prophecy revealed that she might die by "Valonqar" choking. But, it has been a long question who will kill her.
Digital Spy cited that since Valonqar is the Valyrian used by her brothers, there are strong assumptions that Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) or Tyrion will be the one who will murder her. The word Valonqar is translated as the little brother but not literally means her younger sibling, although it has to have Valyrian blood.