Game of Thrones Dead Pool: Who’s most likely to die on “Stormborn?”

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5. Dolorous Edd 25%

When Jon and company left the Wall early in season 6, it was the last time we saw the new Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, Dolorous Edd. So when Meera and Bran were greeted at the Wall by Edd, it was refreshing to see his dour face once again. And from the looks of it, Edd’s mood hasn’t improved. Being in charge tends to do that though.

Either way, Edd’s appearance at number five is based on two factors. The first, is, of course, his new position as Lord Commander. Let’s face it, that’s not exactly a job with long term security. The previous two Lord Commanders, Jon and Jeor Mormont, were both murdered by their own men. Things seemed to have settled down a bit at the Wall, but it’s a concern nonetheless.

Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, the Night King is coming. We saw the army of the undead slowly marching towards what we assume is the Wall, and now they have giants. Wherever the Night King strikes, the Night’s Watch will be on the front lines, which sounds rather dangerous. Edd’s look towards the wilds north of the Wall before he ducked into the tunnel, hardly left us with a good feeling in our stomach.