Jaime and Cersei in a scene from 'Game of Thrones' season 5
Jaime and Cersei in a scene from 'Game of Thrones' season 5Facebook/Game of Thrones

"Game of Thrones" Season 6 will return only in 2016, but plot speculations have been running wild. It looks like the HBO fantasy drama will get more exciting, with almost every character's fate looking like a cliffhanger.

Jon Snow's death, Arya Stark going blind, Sansa and Theon's escape, Dany attacked by Dothrakis and Cersei's walk of shame have left fans wondering about what "Game of Thrones" Season 6 holds for all these characters.

Several speculations are being made with regard to each character's story and in this article, we will focus on Cersei's bit. We think Season 6 will witness the end of Cersie. Here are five reason why we think Cersei may die in "Game of Thrones" Season 6:

Cersei's life has no purpose now

Cersei has always come across as a very protective mother, who would go to any extent for her children's well-being. She has time and again proved that her children mean the world to her. Somehow, all her evil acts are associated to protecting her children.

While Joffrey breathed his last at the Purple Wedding, Myrcella has been kissed poison by Ellaria Sand. Now Tommen, the ruler of the seven kingdoms, is already suffering because his beloved wife is locked up in the prison.

Well, all this takes you back to the prophecy by Maggy The Frog, who said: "Gold shall be their crowns and gold their shrouds," which means they are all going to die. So, when all her children will die, she will have nothing left to live for.

Margery/Lady Olena may kill Cersei

Maggy had also predicted: "Queen you shall be . . . until there comes another, younger and more beautiful, to cast you down and take all that you hold dear."

Well, we already know that Margery could be the younger and more beautiful queen, who has not only managed to wrap Tommen around her will, but has also won the hearts of the people with kindness and generosity. But now that she is locked up in the prison due to Cersei's evil plans, she has a lot of rage against her mother-in-law.

If Tommen doesn't act upon getting Margery out of the prison, then we are sure Lady Olena will work a solution to get both her grandchildren out of High Sparrow's prison.

Now again, if you recall Joffrey's murder, you know that Lady Olena is even capable of murdering when it comes to saving her family and eliminating competition.

Maggy predicted Cersei's death

Maggy concluded the prophecy by saying: "And when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you."

Now, understanding this prophecy is a no brainer. It clearly means that Cersei will be "choked" to death. Given that all of Maggy's predictions are coming true one by one, we won't be surprised if Cersei's death also is just around the corner -- "Game of Thrones" Season 6.

If you are wondering who would choke her, then there are two possibilities. We think it could either be Jamie or Tyrion because the term, "valonqar", means "little brother". And Cersei is older than both of them (even during the twins' birth, Cersie came out first).

Cersei is all alone in King's Landing

Yes, two of Cersei's major protectors -- Tywin and Jamie -- are not around to protect her. While father Tywin is dead, Jamie is in Dorne. She cannot feel protected with the Small Council that she has designated. So, there's no clarity as to who will make Cersei feel safe and protect her in King's Landing.

Death if found guilty

Cersei may have walked back home safely after her walk of shame during the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale, but that doesn't change the fact that she will face trial. Cersei's plan of sending Margery and Loras to trial seemed to have backfired with Lancel Lannister doling out every sin that Cersei has committed.

Now, she will have to face trial and the result of the trial will be death, if Cersei is found guilty.

"Game of Thrones" Season 6 returns on HBO in 2016.

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