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IN OMG! ON 09 Mar, 2016
So I began watching this trailer of Game of Thrones with a lot of excitement because lets be honest, I am totally in love with Jaime Lannister so there's that and who doesn't want to know what happens to Khaleesi when she actually meets the Dothrakis? The fifth season ended with some real nail-biting scenes. And just when everyone still had hopes about the bastard of (should we already say Prince Rhaegar and Llyana?) a Stark, the Sixth Season's trailer has nailed his coffin. Here is everything we learnt from the Sixth Season's trailer.
The trailer opens with the Lord Commander's dead body lying in Castle Black. A voice says, "He is gone." But will someone help him back? The Red Priestess? It remains uncertain.
Because Jaime is seen saying, "We're the only ones that matter. Everything they've taken from us we're going to take back and more." Attaboy.
Because even if she is seen saying what she foresaw for Stannis was a lie, she is a woman who would never back down. Perhaps she would bring Jon Snow back from the dead? Because her God is capable of that. Remember Thoros of Myr?
Remember how the Dothrakis surrounded her at the end of the fifth season? Now they have taken her a slave. But as she walks, we hear the voice of the High Sparrow in the background. He is saying, "Everyone of us is poor and powerless, yet we can overthrow an empire."
So even after jumping that wall she didn't die. So probably Theon Greyjoy didn't die either? But Sansa being alive means one thing: the Boltons still have full authority in the North.
After surviving the duel with the Red Viper, The Mountain is back and has sworn that he won't speak a word until Cersei is not avenged. Know what this means? Cersei is going to turn all of the Seven Kingdoms into a larger version of Castamere.
Theon Greyjoy's uncle Euron Greyjoy is seen doing the ceremony where the Iron Islanders says, "What is dead may never die." This is quite a thing.
A grown up Bran is shown standing beside a White Walker. What could that mean now?
Vanity Fair caught that moment. If he is, well season six is going to be a lot more fun. And of he is leading a force again which cannot be the Night Watch because they are not sop happy with him, which side is he leading? Is he the Azor Asshai? My head is spinning already.
But what if the white eyes signify something else? I cannot trust Game of Thrones damn.
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