Season 4 of “Game of Thrones” only has one episode left, and while fans gear up for the finale episode “The Children,” the cast and crew of the series is already preparing for Season 5. Sophie Turner, who portrays Sansa Stark in the award-winning HBO series, recently revealed that shooting for Season 5 is set to begin this summer. But before filming begins show runners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have been hard at work casting and a new leak reveals there are set to be at least 3 more characters in Westeros next season.

Warning! Spoilers ahead for Season 4 and Season 5 of “Game of Thrones.” If you do not want to know what will occur in forthcoming episodes do not read any further.

These still unconfirmed additions will be tacked on to the growing roster of new characters for Season 5, which mostly includes the Martells, and characters close to the now deceased Red Viper’s family in Dorne. Fans should also remember that despite the growing death toll of Season 4, (RIP Joffrey, Lysa Arryn, Locke, Karl Tanner, the Red Viper, and most recently Ygritte, Pyp and Grenn) “Game of Thrones” has the largest ensemble cast on television, therefore the new casting foreshadows even more deaths, most likely deaths of major characters which in turn, makes room for more plotlines.   

So whom should fans anticipate to see in the new season of “Game of Thrones?” Well one of the new characters may actually be a character fans are well antiquated with. Cersei Lannister has been a major character in “Game of Thrones” since Season 1, however in Season 5 fans will most likely get to know more about her past and childhood at Casterly Rock. HBO has reportedly been auditioning young female actress for the role of Young Cersei, and in the new casting report a character by the name of “Imogen” seems to fit that role. Imogen is set to be a 12-year-old, blonde girl, however, considering no “Imogen” appears in George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series, the character name is most likely a pseudonym. With the casting of young Cersei Lannister, fans should expect to see a vitally significant flashback scene in Season involving the not yet ruthless Queen Regent, and the now infamous Maggy the Frog.

Maggy the Frog was included in a pervious casting report for Season 5; she is a fortuneteller from Lannisport, who provides Cersei a prophecy that haunts her for her reign and life. As a young girl living at Casterly Rock Cersei had hear gossip regarding the power of Maggy’s prophecies. While attending a tourney for King Aerys II’s visit to the Westerlands, Cersi and her two young friends went to visit her. One of Cersei’s companion, Jeyne Farman immediately ran from Maggy the Frog upon seeing her yellow eyes, although Cersei and Melara Hetherspoon continued on. Maggy the Frog initially refused to read the noble girls fortune, but the little lioness threatened the fortuneteller, till she initially agreed allowing Cersei and Melara three wishes.

Cersei, who was already enamored with Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, asked when she would marry him? Maggy revealed Cersei will not marry the prince, but that she would wed the king. Cersei asked if she would be queen, to which Maggy replied, “Aye. Queen you shall be ... until there comes another, younger and more beautiful, to cast you down and take all that you hold dear.” Despite the terrifying prophecy that a younger, more beautiful Queen will eventually cast Cersei down, she continued to question the fortuneteller, asking, “Will the king and I have children?” Maggy answered this seemingly accurate and revealed, “Oh, aye. Six-and-ten for him, and three for you. Gold shall be their crowns and gold their shrouds, she said. And when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you.” “Valonqar” means little brother in “High Valyrian,” this prophecy in particular continually haunts Cersei as she grows older, and her children grow older as well.

The most terrifying aspect of this entire ordeal was for Melara who asked Maggy the final of the three questions. The young girl asks the fortuneteller if she will marry Jamie Lannister. Maggy replies, “Not Jaime, nor any other man, Worms will have your maidenhead. Your death is here tonight, little one. Can you smell her breath? She is very close.” Later in the tourney, the young Melara fell down a well and drowned, it is implied that Cersei, herself killed her young friend by pushing her down the well and leaving her to drown, attempting to ensure her own destiny as Queen of Westeros. Melara herself is most likely set to make an appearance, the casting report not only includes “Imogen” but also a companion who is referred to as a “brunette girl,” at 12-years-old, it seems likely that this actress will portray the fallen companion of Cersei.

Last, but certainly not least, another character will be arriving in Season 5, and like Maggy the Frog, he too has mystical powers. This new character will take us North of Wall, where fans will meet Varamyr, better known among the Wildlings as “Varamyr Sixskins.” The wildling warg has the ability to take possession of up to 6 animals, one of those including the late Orell’s eagle. In George R. R. Martin’s “A Storm of Swords” Varamyr is the scout for Mance Rayder’s army, but considering we saw the initial attack on the Wall in last night’s episode “The Watchers on the Wall” the introduction of Varamyr now is curios, especially considering it’s seemingly late arrival. But if the introduction of Varamyr expands the TV series coverage of warging, then fans should expect to be delighted.