“Game of Thrones” season seven is formally underway. Furthermore, we as of now have our first new cast member: Jim Broadbent. Him being cast for a “huge role” makes us wonder: What new characters are left that the series would disclose? George R.R. Martin’s unique writings were adjusted for the TV show and there’s still some material left for the show runners to incorporate in the last two seasons. We’ve thought of four noteworthy characters from the books that could, and ought to be, in the next season.
1. Howland Reed
Talking about Rhaegar and Jon Snow’s relationship, we truly need to see a present-day cycle of Howland Reed. Howland went to the Tower of Joy with best buddy Ned Stark, and stopped Ned’s death by killing Ser Arthur Dayne amid the battle. We know Howland is alive and living in Westeros. However, so far he has not been shown both the books and the show.
The reason a Howland appearance is vital lies with Jon Snow’s actual parentage and the huge revelation that everybody’s sitting tight for. In this present reality, HBO has affirmed Rhaegar as Jon Snow’s dad. However, so far none of the characters in the series knows the reality. Not even Bran saw Rhaegar or any immediate mention of him at the Tower of Joy. He just knows Lyanna is Jon’s mom.
Most fans feel that Howland Reed is the only living individual in Westeros who knows the truth about Rhaegar and Lyanna, and in this way Jon Snow. We truly need to see Jon learn the truth about his folks in season seven, ideally by listening to it from Howland himself.
2. Rhaegar Targaryen
To begin with, everybody’s been discussing RhaegarTargaryen since season one. As Jon Snow’s actual father, and more elder brother to Daenerys, he’s the most important character who has yet to show up on TV. Lyanna Stark, who’s Jon Snow’s mom and the younger sister of Ned Stark, was shown last season through one of Bran’s vision flashbacks. However, now we truly need to see Rhaegar in real life.
Bran’s vision flashbacks would be the intelligent narrating instrument for a Rhaegar appearance. Maybe we’ll at long last see Rhaegar and Lyanna together. This would further affirm the fan hypotheses about the two being madly in love. Perhaps his appearance will be in connection to Daenerys, his younger sister. In the book arrangement, Daenerys has a dream of Rhaegar, so it’s conceivable his on-screen introduction will be associated with the Targaryen side of the story, versus the Starks.