‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 4 Spoilers: 3 Things That Will Happen In The Next Season

"Game of Thrones" will return to HBO for Season 4 for the Spring of 2014. HBO

The Season 4 premiere of "Game of Thrones" is so far still, but to make the waiting a tad bit easier we decided to hit with some possibilities for the premiere episode! Season 3 obviously left the Starks in shambles, Robb, Catelyn and Talisa are still dead, no glorious resurrections in the finale, meaning the "Red Wedding" was real. The Lannisters have roared and showed Westeros just how powerful they are, although Jaime did lose a hand in the process. Like the rest of his family, the future of Jon Snow is really unknown, he arrived back at Castle Black after sustain 3 arrow wounds from Ygritte. And finally everyone's favorite character Daenerys Targaryen has been embraced by the slaves of Yunkai.

If you were shocked by the "Red Wedding," (everyone was) than get ready for Season 4 because HBO's hit series heats up even more. The second half of George R.R. Martin's "A Strom of Swords" is filled with betrayal, brotherhood and even more blood. While the lack of any news from HBO regarding the upcoming season of "Game of Thrones" makes it difficult to figure what will make it in to the season and what will get cut, there are a still a ton of major plot twists that will happen!

Joffrey will die

The King is dead, the King is dead! Let the world of Westeros rejoice, Joffrey Baratheon is dead. The death occurs at the wedding feast celebrating the marriage between him and Margaery Tyrell, dubbed the Purple Wedding. Joffrey is poisoned some point during the reception, he is drinking wine from his wedding chalice and eating several handfuls of the great ceremonial pie when he begins to cough and choke. While most people have serious distaste for the ruthless King, he dies painfully and quite disgustingly, spitting wine and food from his mouth, while he claws at the flesh of his neck to "dislodge" the poison that chokes him. The death is going to be shocking to viewers, it is also going to be a rather unnerving scene for fans to watch. I hate Joffrey as much as everyone else but I think watching a young boy choke to death is going to go down in the shock and awe history of "Game of Thrones."

Jon Snow will live

WOHOO!  One for the North, after watching the Starks get decimated, I really don't know if I could handle another death. But luckily we will not have to watch the beautiful and sensitive Jon Snow die painfully, he will recover, albeit slowly, but he will be back. Unfortunately with the return of Jon also comes the return of the wildings.  The wildling army, over one hundred thousand strong, reaches Castle Black and attacks the Wall. Still reeling from the death of Lord Commander Mormont, the Night's Watch is in disarray, Jon takes control of the Wall's defenses and leads the men of the Night's Watch in an assault against Mance Rayder's army. The Wall stands and the Night's Watch defeats the wildlings, while thousands are killed, including Ygritte, many retreat into the North.

Sansa will flee Kings Landing

Finally, right? Sansa Stark makes a run for it out of Kings Lading and most importantly away from the iron fist of the Lannisters. In the chaos following the death of Joffrey, Sansa flees Kings Landing and the ruthless treatment of the now dead King. She is smuggled out of the castle and taken to Littlefinger, who admits responsibility for Joffrey's death, implicating several of the Tyrell family in the plot as well! Littlefinger stores Sansa in his ship and sails from Kings Landing for the Eyrie in his quest to wed Catelyn's sister, Lady Lysa Arryn

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