New Game of Thrones Set Photos Reveal Even More About Jon Snow’s

26 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Game of Thrones‘ Season 6 Parade of Lies is Over.

Jon Snow’s alive-or-dead status is so well-discussed at this point that it was even the fodder for a joke at the Emmys, but we may have found the best evidence yet that proves the true state of the Lord Commander.

There have been rumblings and doubts about Jon Snow’s fate ever since “Game of Thrones” Season 5 ended in June, however fans of the HBO drama might finally have proof that he’s alive. The Daily Mail picked up some paparazzi photos from the Game of Thrones set in Belfast, where Kit Harington is not just hanging around, but actually in costume, complete with sword hanging by his side. The Mail speculates that a woman under a nearby umbrella could be Carice van Houten as Melisandre—which suits the theory that Melisandre could be responsible for Jon Snow’s resurrection—but the photo is so grainy that it’s really impossible to tell.

What we can tell though: Jon is no longer wearing the black armor of the Night’s Watch, but Stark armor, suggesting that the former Bastard of Winterfell may be rallying the remaining Stark loyalists in a battle against the Boltons, who are currently ruling the roost in Jon’s old home. After all, other set spies have already reported seeing Harington engaged in battle, and not against the White Walkers you remember from “Hardhome.” And given that we know to expect a flashback to the Tower of Joy, which will tell us the real story behind Jon Snow’s parents, Jon Snow reclaiming his Stark heritage could be a fascinating—and moving—conclusion to that story.

They even went as far as lying to the Leader of the Free World about Jon’s status, or at the very least leaning on a technicality (technically Jon Snow is very much dead. Whether or not he comes back to life shortly after death is another story entirely.) All summer long, news outlets across the world have been on Kit Harington Hair Watch. Theories surrounding Jon Snow’s death include the character returning as a White Walker or being resurrected by the Red Woman, Melisandre (Carice van Houten). The battle scene in question is rumored to be a late-season battle that involves Snow, his Wildling friends, some other Northern lords who have rallied around the Stark cause and on the other side, those pesky Boltons: This all adds up quite nicely with what we’ve assumed about season 6.

And it stands to reason that Snow’s first order of business, after dispatching some justice to the likes of Olly and Alliser Thorne, would be to head south and try to take down the Boltons. This would give Snow a far different purpose, one that involves restoring the Stark name in the North and perhaps rallying an entire country around the fight against the forces of Winter.

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