WESTEROS April 24, 2016 – Readers may have a general idea how the unresolved questions of the novels may be answered. But the plot lines are far from assured despite the many clues and despite theories developed from video in the trailers.
But come on, everyone’s talking about Just One Thing. Is Jon Snow really dead? We can all agree by now Jon was killed by the Night’s Watch. But death is a fluid concept in Westeros. Melisandre saw Thoros the Red Priest resurrect Beric Dondarion in Season 3. Perhaps she can do the same for Jon. Days ago, actor Paul Dailly who plays Thoros confirmed he would be back this season. The “warg” theory says Jon’s consciousness now lives in his direwolf, Ghost.
So we may see actor Kit Harrington, but those in Westeros only see his Ghost.
We know no one and nothing is safe in the “Game of Thrones” universe. Heroes and children die. Villains prevail. Plots thicken and schemes succeed. Bring on Season 6.
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