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Poll: Who Will Die Next on ‘Game of Thrones’?

Most “Game of Thrones” fans know better than to get too attached to any characters — they could easily be offed in the next week.

The HBO drama is famous (or infamous) for bringing down the axe (sometimes literally!) on characters, and no one is truly safe. With season six in full swing, anyone could go in the next week. Will Loras Tyrell be next on the chopping block? Or will “Game of Thrones” really shake things up and kill off Jaime Lannister? With the show now ahead of George R.R. Martin’s books, it’s anyone’s guess.

Weigh in below. Think someone else besides those listed in the poll will be “Game of Thrones'” next victim? Let us know in the comments.

UPDATE: This poll is now closed. Variety readers decided Ramsay Bolton was most likely to go next, followed by Loras Tyrell.

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