Questions Game of Thrones Needs to Address in the Season 7 Finale

Questions Game of Thrones Needs to Address in the Season 7 Finale

Questions Game of Thrones Needs to Address in the Season 7 Finale

After losing one of her beloved dragons to the Night King in Season 7's "Beyond The Wall", things have taken a drastic turn in Game of Thrones.

It's a silly plan anyway, as many have already pointed out. This theory has to do with Bran Stark being the Night King. They are intriguing, they all are based on assumptions and they're not supported by evidence.

Why would Bran be the Night King?

Game of Thrones has always been a show about two conflicts.

If you ask me, that theory makes sense. Bran not only has the capability to warn in a to human that something most wargs can not do, if there's any, he also prophetic dreams, green eyesight, and visions. These skills allow him to effect the past. We also saw how Ned reacted to the Tower of Joy the moment Bran yelled; "father"! And that's where the trouble would begin.

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Turm0il26 argues that Bran, aware of the death and destruction the White Walkers bring to Westeros, decides to travel back in time to stop The Night King. Only the help of Daenerys and his three dragons managed to get them out of business but Viserion unfortunately perished along the way. But instead it drove Aerys insane, and he chose to burn his own people instead. We know, insane right? It's impossible for one side to have all the firepower all the time. But we do learn that killing the White Walker that created the wights fighting alongside them destroys the wights as well. "It is attractive beneath the sea; stay too long and you drown", the Raven said. "It is attractive beneath the sea; stay too long and you drown". The powers that let him raise the dead.

Avid fans of the series claimed that in the previous episode, the Night King wore an outfit that was nearly the same as the one Bran donned in one of the first few airings of the current season.

Either way, the Night King has an ice-breathing dragon of his own now, armed and ready for the upcoming war to come.

The second conflict is the war between humanity itself and the White Walkers, a seemingly unstoppable and magical army of undead warriors who were created by the Children of the Forest to fight the First Men.

"These colossal beasts, many times larger than the dragons of Valyria, are said to be made of living ice, with eyes of pale blue crystal and vast translucent wings through which the moon and stars can be glimpsed as they wheel across the sky". Some people think the newer version actually looks like Bran, proof that at some point he inhabited him. But would the showrunners, not to mention George RR Martin, who wrote the famously brutal source material novel series, really make things quite so easy for us? Were those three spears meant for three dragons? He was completely cut out of season five, and he's been nothing more than a odd presence this season with only a handful of scenes. The Child who explains why they did it tells Bran it was done to protect them from humans. He's not going to improvise his way through the wall, he knows how it's going to fall.

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