Season 4 of “Game of Thrones” has reached it’s half way point, and with episode 6 “The Laws of Gods and Men” half of the deaths set for this season will also be reached. That’s right, “Game of Thrones” is getting back to its roots and is set to shock viewers this week with 2 unexpected and seriously game-changing (pun intended) deaths. HBO released the official synopsis for “The Laws of Gods and Men,” which reads, “Stannis and Davos set sail with a new strategy. Dany meets with supplicants. Tyrion faces down his father in the throne room.”

Warning! Spoilers ahead for Season 4 of “Game of Thrones.” If you do not want to know what will occur in Episode, “The Laws of Gods and Men” do not read any further.

Most spoiler reports believe that a death will occur in Meereen, when Daenerys meets with “supplicants,” who, for those of you like me didn’t know what that word meant, are people that ask for something in a respectful way from a powerful person or God. Considering Dany’s decree in episode 5, that she will “do what queens do” and rule, it is safe to say that the people of Meereen will be requiring something from the Mother of Dragons. But will the newly anointed Queen of Meereen be willing to sacrifice for her people?

Due to changes from the “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series and Season 4, it is difficult to pinpoint exactly what the request will be, however, Dany will most likely be approached by the former slave ruling families of Meereen, who despite their current predicament still yield a substantial amount of power in Slaver’s Bay. And while this situation seems ripe for bloodshed, it is unlikely to occur in episode 6, Daenerys wants to be a Queen in her own right, which means she will strive to be a fair and just ruler. Furthermore, she will begin to heed advice from the wise Ser Barristan and learn to answer “injustice with mercy.”

 As for Davos and Stannis, there journey is set to take them across the Narrow Sea, but not towards death, instead the pair will most likely be meet with the promise of life. After a reading lesson with Princess Shireen, Davos concocted a plan to get Stannis on the Iron Throne, and it started with a visit to the Iron Bank of Braavos.  In the promo video for episode 6, Stannis is seen pleading his case to the Iron Bank, which will most likely grant him with the gold he requires in order to build a suitable army for overtaking the Lannisters and the newly appointed boy king, Tommen.

And that leaves us with the Lannisters, if you didn’t think the reigning family of Westeros suffered enough with the loss of Joffrey, then your wish will be granted and surprisingly enough one of their own will be the one to deliver the justice. In George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series, Tywin Lannister is killed by none other than his son Tyrion. The synopsis seems to hint at this altercation “Tyrion faces down his father in the throne room.”

It goes down a bit differently in GRRM’s version, with Tyrion first entering the Tower of the Hand of the King and finding none other than Shea, in his father’s bed. This could still be plausible, even though it seems Shea has exited from the series, before her supposed departure at the wedding feast of Magaery and Joffrey in “The Lion and The Rose,” Tywin instructed his guards to have her brought to the Tower of the Hand. Could that quick line be Benoiff and Weiss’s symbolism of what is too come? It seems more likely, that after being apart of the series for a significant amount of time, Shea would have a more dramatic departure then just a few tears and an escort from Bronn.

In episode 6 “The Laws of Gods and Men” his son, Tyrion, who is wrongly accused of killing his nephew will, most likely kill Tywin Lannister. Despite Charles Dance’s casting throughout the rest of Season 4 (according to imdb) it seems impossible that the show runners would remove such a pivotal and necessary scene.