Where does Jaime go from here? As his sister conspires with the treacherous Euron Greyjoy, Jaime must seek our new allies -- perhaps Jon, Dany, his brother Tyrion, Bron, or even Brienne -- to help him carry out his new mission. He told Cersei that he'd made a promise to Dany and Jon that he had no intention of betraying, which makes it sound like he'd try to bring the Lannister army with him to fight in the North. But our last image of him this season was a solitary and contemplative one, an almost painterly composition of considerable depth. We saw the brave knight alone on his horse. Covering his golden hand with a black glove. Gazing up at the sky as snow falls.
The other element to consider when thinking about Jaime's future: the Valonqar theory. Many fans have long believed that Jaime will be the one to kill Cersei because of a prophecy Cersei received from a wood witch named Maggy the Frog. Here's the most important (and relevant) part of her prediction: "And when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you." While it's possible that Tyrion could be the "valonqar," which is the High Valyrian word for "little brother," there's a popular theory that it's referring to Jaime, Cersei younger twin by mere seconds.