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

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The penultimate episode of Game of Thrones season 7 is upon us, and that usually brings us lots and lots of death. And, “Beyond the Wall” doesn’t look to be the exception…

Strap in Game of Thrones fans, the penultimate episode of season 7 is here, and if we’ve learned anything, it means lots and lots of people are going to meet their makers. And when you consider that Jon Snow and his suicide squad are undertaking a ridiculously ill-advised plan to try and capture a wight north of the Wall, “Beyond the Wall” looks like it might have an especially large body count.

Unlike some penultimate episodes, “Beyond the Wall” does not look to be focused on one single area of Westeros. With all of Westeros in play in addition to Jon’s group, anyone and everyone is up for grabs, but the focus of this week’s Dead Pool is largely focused on Jon’s group. We understand the need for Jon’s mission, but holy seven hells it’s not very well thought out. Are they just going to throw a wight into a sack when no one else is looking? Like, what is the actual plan here? This hardly seems like the time to wing it, but that’s exactly what Jon seems to have planned. Death comes from all angles in Westeros, and stupidity hardly ever helps.

In our eyes, everyone but Jon is a prime target for death. And realistically even Jon could be killed without affecting the story much, considering Thoros is accompanying the group. Still, no one should feel too safe, because we are guessing there are dangers we aren’t even aware. Good luck guys!