'Game Of Thrones' Season 7: Will Gendry To Return Before Series Finale?

Skilled blacksmith Gendry is highly anticipated in the seventh installment of HBO's blockbuster hit "Game of Thrones."

"Game of Thrones" is down to its last 2 seasons after the finale of season 7.  Fans could not help but be dismayed and bury their emotions into sadness as the hit series captured and touched their lives for several years.  As long time supporters of Game of Thrones, one of the many characters that they expect for a major comeback is Gendry, who was not made appearances in season five and six.

According to Digital Spy, actor Joe Dempsie (Gendry) is also in the dark about his character in GOT. "I'm as in the dark as anyone else," Dempsie admitted.

"It's a bit of a loose end, they don't make a habit of leaving them untied-and actually as the series has progressed, the more 'forgotten' characters that have returned, the more Gendry sticks out like a sore thumb. Watch this space, I guess," the actor added.

Apparently, Game of Thrones has made it a tradition of welcoming back characters previously thought missing. Great examples would be the characters of Bran Stark and Hodor who were not present in season five but has made their ways of returning in the last season.  Also. the homecoming of Benjen Stark in season six was a beautiful surprise after his last appearance in the first season.

A hypothetical guess surfaced that that Cersei could be more merciless in the upcoming season of GOT as she may plot the assassination of Jon Snow so that she could have greater chances of getting the much -  coveted Iron Throne.

Newsweek mentioned that Gendry is still a fundamental character on the Thrones chessboard.  He remains as the only surviving heir of Robert Baratheon, the former king of Westeros.  This only means that he has a strong chance and every right to the Iron Throne. 

"Game of Thrones" season 7, consists of seven thrilling episodes, premieres in the summer of 2017.

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