Shocking Game of Thrones S8 theory: [Spoiler] Did Jaime Lannister kill Mad King?

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Game of thronesIsaac Hempstead-Wright as Bran Stark (left) and Max von Sydow as Raven with three eyes (D) Game of Thrones / Facebook

Fans around the world are looking forward to April. In just two months, we will all be watching MCU's Avengers: Endgame and the eighth season of HBO's Game of Thrones. The highly acclaimed television series is finally coming to an end and viewers are eagerly awaiting to see how the audience intends to wrap up.
As for Game of Thrones, the Internet is full of fascinating theories. For example, as noted earlier, fans are eager to see a wedding between Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey). At the same time, it is thought that Jon Snow will become the king of the night in order to save Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke).
Speaking of the Targaryen, in the seventh season of Game of Thrones, we finally learned the truth about Jon Snow's true parentage. However, a new theory has just surfaced and speaks of the existence of Targaryen in the Westeros. If the previous theories on Bran Stark (Issac Hempstead Wright) are true, then chances are he's not just a mere Stark boy – but the man who built the wall himself.
In the documents published by George RR Martin, there is a lot about Brandon the Builder. In the book, Old Nan talks about Brandon and states that he is the one who built Winterfell. Bran Stark was aware of this story, but as was shown in the first episodes of Season 1, it was not his favorite bedtime story.
But there were times when Old Nan spoke to Bran, who was his Brandon the Builder. She even confused him with his own uncle Brandon, who was killed by the mad king.

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According to several fans, there is an episode where Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) talks about the mad king and remembers the time when the last King Targaryen said: "Burn them all."
According to a recent theory, it is possible that Bran Stark travels in the past, just as he did with Hodor, and accepted the idea of ​​burning all White Walkers in Aerys' head. Targaryen? If this theory is true, it turns out that it is the war of Bran Stark that made Aerys a crazy king, which prompted Jaime to kill him.
It seems that it may have been Bran Stark who incited Jaime to commit this heinous crime. It's interesting to note that if everything is set up and we consider that traveling is a feasible thing for Bran, to make Jaime kill Aerys in the end could be a way for Bran to take revenge for the time Jaime pushed him out of top of the Winterfell tower.
Meanwhile, another theory assumes that Bran knows that he needs to manipulate the crazy king to define the events that will eventually eliminate all the Targaryen of the Seven Kingdoms, via Esquire.
This sounds like an interesting theory and it shows in a way that, throughout the series, we have not had the chance to see more Targaryen. But as we all know, everything is possible in Game of Thrones and, since its last season, it will take a lot of twists for all the favorite characters.
For the moment, these are just theories and nothing is confirmed for sure. Game of Thrones fans are advised to only take them for speculation.
Game of Thrones will be back on HBO and other streaming services in April for the last time. However, fans might have the chance to attend a previous epic drama entitled The Long Night starring Naomi Watts if HBO endorses the pilot episode.