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5 Predictions For ‘The Hound’ In GoT Final Season

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The Hound is a questionable fan favorite on Game of Thrones. He has acted as a quasi-father figure to the Stark girls (rescuing Sansa and traveling with Arya), dispensed witticisms and sage advice, and is now fighting alongside Jon Snow to hopefully defeat the Night King. However, he is still a murderer and can be ruthless to those around him. For so long the Hound was used as a side character to further develop other characters’ plots, but in season eight we predict a much bigger role for Ser Sandor Clegane.

The Hound Overcomes His Biggest Fear

Sandor may be brave enough to kill men and traverse all of Westeros, but he is still very afraid of fire after that mishap with his brother. However, there is a chance he may overcome this fear by season eight. If Ser Beric perishes on the battlefield, The Hound may have to fight with his flaming sword, the one that nearly killed him and definitely scared the daylights out of him seasons ago.

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The Hound And The Lord Of Light

For most of the series, The Hound was a staunch atheist. However, after his near-death encounter with Brienne, he meets Brother Ray and serves him and his people. Though Brother Ray is violently killed shortly after their meeting, his message sticks with Sandor. As he searches for another place to stay, The Hound meets Beric Dondarrion, who helped him to see the vision in the flames and eventually led him to the Night King. It’s likely Sandor may change his mind about the Gods after all.

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The Hound Gets A Second Chance

As we said before, The Hound was neither a good or bad person. In season three, he stole silver from a father and child, reasoning with Arya that they would die in the winter regardless. In season seven he and Beric go back to the same house and find their remains. Sandor realizes that he killed them rather than the winter, and tries to make things right by burying their remains. This glimpse of emotion and humanity from The Hound suggests he may turn into a truly honorable character in the end.

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Sandor Reunites With His Foster Child

The Hound and Arya had a turbulent relationship while traveling together. He tried to sell her off, and she tried to kill him on more than one occasion. Arya leaves The Hound to die after Brienne defeats him, but only we know that Sandor actually survives. It’s highly likely that Arya will find this out soon. Will she forgive him, or will she put him back on her “to-kill” list?

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Cleganebowl In Season Eight

The tension between The Hound and The Mountain has been evident since season one. In season seven, The Hound threatens his brother by saying, “You know who’s coming for you. You’ve always known,” before walking away. As the war between Westeros and the White Walkers approaches, will The Hound finally be able to take out his brother? Will it go the other way? No matter what, fans can’t wait to see it happen.

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