Friday, 13 May 2016

This Game of Thrones Theory May Hold the Key to Jon Snow’s Past

Warning: This post contains spoilers from both the Game of Thrones TV show and George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series.

Kit Harington as Jon Snow in Game of Thrones.

In spite of the fact that the official return of Jon Snow may have been the highlight of the third scene of Game of Thrones’ 6th season, an appearance by another perished character additionally has fans talking. In one of the show’s uncommon flashbacks, Bran Stark and the Three-eyed-Raven traveled into the past to witness the fabulous sword battle that occurred between Ned Stark and Ser Arthur Dayne at the Tower of Euphoria — the site of Lyanna Stark’s passing.

While viewers still don’t recognize what happened inside the tower taking after the fight, some think the scene offers a major sign around a noteworthy prescience in the G.o.T. universe. The prescience being referred to bases on the Sovereign That Was Guaranteed, a savior of sorts who is the rebirth of fanciful legend Azor Ahai. Truth be told, Melisandre notice the Ruler toward the start of the scene while conversing with Jon. “The Ruler [of Light] let you return for a reason,” she lets him know. “Stannis was not the Ruler Who Was Guaranteed but rather somebody must be.”

So is the Red Lady right? As indicated by Reddit client shagnastyjr, on the off chance that you endorse to the fan-most loved R + L = J hypothesis — i.e., that Jon is not really Ned Stark’s mongrel, yet rather the offspring of Lyanna and Rhaegar Targaryen — then the Tower of Bliss scene may hold additional proof that Jon is the Ruler.

a“In light of Sunday’s scene, and Melisandre’s notice of the Ruler That Was Guaranteed, I paused for a minute to survey the Sovereign prescience itself,” the Redditor composed. “One of the key bits of the prediction itself is that the Sovereign is ‘conceived under a draining star.’ There’s a considerable measure of theory as to what the star seems to be, and the scene made them think — might it be able to be First light [Dayne’s sword]? We see a youthful Eddard utilize the sword to kill Arthur Dayne, however take note of that he doesn’t quickly drop the sword. Indeed, he’s seen holding it as he ascensions the progressions up to the Tower of Joy.”

1 comment:

  1. Was this written in another language then horribly translated into english?