5. Who is Dorne’s New Prince?
Among the many faces in the final meeting of the most powerful people in Westeros was a very obvious new prince of Dorne. He is similar in appearance to previous Dornish characters and was wearing their traditional colors. However, the show doesn’t even grace him with a name, even though he was actually mentioned once previously (Dany references “Dorne’s new prince” while discussing plans to take King’s Landing).
The prince was played by actor Tony Osmond, but we’ve only seen official credits list him as “Dornish Prince.” Is he a member of the famed Martell family, that produced the suave and cocky Oberyn? Is he somehow related to Ellaria Sand, who was seen claiming power in Dorne before ending up captured by Cersei Lannister?
Dorne is technically a part of the Seven Kingdoms (which is now Six Kingdoms), even though they maintained a large degree of independence following Aegon’s Conquest. With Ellaria presumably dead in the rubble underneath the Red Keep (which is another unanswered question, actually), we can’t help but wonder: What’s the deal with Dorne and this new guy in charge?
Screenshot via HBO
4. What’s West of Westeros?
Arya Stark famously asks this exact question in the series finale. And frankly, no one knows the answer yet. The Game of Thrones map is primarily made up of two continents — Westeros and Essos. We know that a third one, Sothoryos, also exists, except we know very little about it (one ancient Valryian dragon-rider tried to fly to the other side, but returned after three years claiming there was no end in sight).
The books give us a few hints of what Arya might find in the near future. There’s mention of a castle called the Lonely Light and three islands named Aegon, Visenya, and Rhaenys (discovered and named my Targeryens, no doubt). After that, it’s pure mystery. If they occupy a spherical planet, it’s possible that Arya will just up on the Eastern shores of Essos eventually. However, given the hints of how large Sothoryos is, it’s more likely that there’s something else to discover. But unless HBO includes Arya’s adventures as one of their potential spin-offs (which they have said is not in their plans) it’s unlikely we’ll ever get an answer to this one.
Via Wiki of Fire and Ice