‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 Spoilers: Not Jon Snow, But Jon Stark Is Going To Debut!
“Game of Thrones” Season 6 has confirmed return coming April. Fans couldn’t be more thrilled as the very first poster for “Game of Thrones” Season 6 has Jon Snow all over it! After months of nagging fans over beloved Bastard’s death, “Game of Thrones” Season 6 has finally confirmed in the most classy way that he is very much returning!
“Game of Thrones” fans would remember last meeting of Ned Stark and Jon Snow, where they parted ways. Ned Stark promised him on his next meeting with the House Stark’s bastard, he will be told of his parentage. Well, “Game of Thrones” Season 6 is not only coming back with Jon Snow but also Ned Stark!
The Bastard of Winterfell and ex-Lord Commander of Night’s Watch, Jon Snow is resurrected by Red Priestess Melisandre. He will be seen heading North of Westeros to take back what is his, Winterfell. Also, the highly rumoured plot is that Jon Snow and Sansa Stark will be reunited.
According to Den of Geek, “That seems highly probable. Of course, who would give that bastard a pardon remains to be seen. Perhaps, he’s simply fighting for Sansa until Daenerys inevitably shows up and joins forces with the then-pardoned bastard for a joint effort against army hordes of the undead.”
Also, there are very many chances that Jon Snow would finally be able to shed the bastard robe and will be titled as Jon Stark. Adding fuels to the rumour, Inquisitr reports that chances are Jon Snow will become Lord Stoneheart.
“It appears that Jon Snow will be resurrected, but could Harington’s character be greatly changed by the experience of death? Beric Dondarrion, whom viewers have seen resurrected on screen, noted that making the trip to the other side and back isn’t exactly easy.” the outlet said.
The report further adds a quote of Jon Snow, “Every time I come back… I’m a bit less. Pieces of you get chipped away.”
HBO’s “Game of Thrones” Season 6 premiere date is mostly rumoured around Easter in Apr. 2016 and probably going to be Apr. 24, 2016 at 9 p.m.
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