Episode three caught us all off-guard with the demises contained within. Who will die next as Game of Thrones season 7 continues? We are playing Game of Thrones Mortality Pool!
Thanks to ‘The Ringer’ we have our Game of Thrones Season 7 Mortality Pool aka Death Pool here at BuzzChomp. As diehard fans of the show, we have our own group, picking who will live and who will die each week in Game of Thrones season 7. Join the mayhem and our pool at the link below. Simply login to ‘The Ringer‘ with your social media account, then re-follow the link to join our pool. The rules are simple. Read on because people are going to die. We must all decide who.
Game of Thrones Season 7 Mortality Pool: The Rules
Join our group for next week’s episode: Bran Sucks Mortality Pool
The game makes you choose five people who will die, ordering them by likelihood. Below are our top three picks, because the world is too big and names can get obscure after that. We all get points based on who dies, and you can only choose a name twice per season. Good Luck.
Some major controversy graced the inner circle of the creators of the mortality pool this week, I would assume. There were two major deaths in season seven’s third episode, yet neither death occurred on screen, and technically neither death took place during the episode as far as we can tell.
Since no one in our group had picked Olenna Tyrell, and the versatility of the pool’s website is lacking, we still aren’t sure whether her death was awarded. Though one has to assume it was, because the fast-acting poison she ingested would put her away far quicker than what was ingested by the final living Sand sister. We were also told that her death would be slow and agonizing, forcing her mother to watch. Yet the pool awarded points for a selection of Tyene, even though her technical death has not yet occurred. A thoughtful viewer who surmised that Cersei may make Tyene’s death slow, and thus avoided selecting her this episode, would have been proven correct but missed out on the points anyway.
Score So Far
Todd leads the way with seven points.
Mandi currently holds second place with five points in Game of Thrones Season 7.
Todd Salem’s Death Picks
Todd Salem: I feel lucky to have been awarded points for Tyene’s death, yet I feel even more fortunate because I have no feeling where the deaths will come from this week, if there are any at all. I throw my first selection of the season at Septa Unella… just because. As for Tormund and Davos, it feels like their strings may be running out.
Tormund left a few episodes ago to do something at Jon’s order. I cannot remember what exactly and am afraid of Googling for fear of spoiling something for myself. Apparently episodes are leaking left and right!! It seems like that plot may be ready to pay dividends for us viewers. As for Davos, maybe Jon makes it off Dany’s island alive, but he does not. Mining dragon glass sounds dangerous. The Dothraki are also surely itching to get some action. Who knows what could set them off?
Dan Salem’s Death Picks
Dan Salem: People will die every episode in Game of Thrones season 7, so this week some major crap is going to flow. Episode three was mostly talking, with two poison deaths and little else. That means we get war in episode four. Benjen Stark likely dies at the hand of the Night King, and I also believe Bronn falls as King’s Landing is finally attacked.
As for the Archmaester, it feels like his time is winding down. Sam will become a Maester much faster than most, perhaps because he nearly saves the Archmaester’s life. Regardless, the man is going to pass on, so why not this week?
Mandi Mellen’s Death Picks
Mandi Mellen: There has to be a battle with dragons this week. Its been building for far too long, meaning Viserion meets his end. My other two picks are hunches, because there is no war going on just yet. That is about to change.
Mandi Mellen is Lead Editor, Staff Writer, and Featured Vlogger at BuzzChomp. She’s an actress, writer, and producer. Get lost in her youtube comedy channel PillowTalk TV. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or Instagram
Dan Salem is Lead Editor, Staff Writer, and Featured Vlogger at BuzzChomp. He’s also a Staff Writer for NFL Spinzone, as well as an Actor, Writer, Director and Producer. Get lost in his Youtube comedy channel PillowTalk TV. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or Instagram.
Todd Salem is a Contributing Editor at BuzzChomp. He’s also the New York Giants Lead Writer at Pro Football Spot, a Staff Writer for NFL Spinzone, and a Featured Columnist at College Sports Madness, among others. Follow him on Twitter.
Game of Thrones Season 7 Photo Credits: The Hollywood Reporter and The Inquisitr