Thrones fans beware: this post is truly dark and full of terrors. After one entire summer of opinions, mischievous lies and contemplations, we might witness the fate of Jon Snow at long last. The following might contain the spoiler of all spoilers, revealing what will be truly happening to the bastard of Winterfell this season. While there is no actual good news about it, things seem quite heated up in Winterfell as a clash of enemies will unfold in what looks like a mid-season confrontation.
According to the Watchers on the Wall, a self-proclaimed Game of Thrones “spoiler hunting squad”, the North will see a good deal of scenes in season 6. One of these scenes involves a number of key characters: Ramsay Bolton, Sansa Stark, Jon Snow and Littlefinger himself. It seems to all go down to this moment: Jon has to face Ramsay and Littlefinger might pay for his mistakes or continue to play the game.
While casually walking by the notion that Jon is alive (again), a notion with which it is safe to say that we were quite accustomed to regardless of previous spoilers, we have to admit that the battle of bastards is one of the most exciting moments that we have to look forward to in season 6. This is the first and perhaps only moment in the series in which they will both meet. We will all vow for Jon, of course, but we also know that Ramsay is a worthwhile opponent.
At the same time, the Watchers on the Wall have indicated that there might be a giant attempting to enter Winterfell and these characters will have to set aside their differences will have to forget their context until some blood is spilt. Not only do we see do we see a number of great characters in the same spot: Ramsay, perhaps with a dead father and the remaining hope of House Bolton, Jon Snow, who will avenge Sansa’s unfortunate season 5 situation and Littlefinger, who was responsible for it.
The fate of Jon Snow might not only bring the character back from the dead, but also give Thrones fans from all over the world insight into how differently Jon’s character will evolve. The general theory is that Jon’s death relives his from his pledged life to the Night’s Watch and this means that he can get down to serious business and avenging those who have wronged his family.
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