'Game of Thrones' Spoilers: Jon Snow Still Dead, Bran Becomes Powerful
The massive hit "Game of Thrones" has arrived, and sure enough, fans were finally able to lay their eyes on the first episode. And contrary to what many expected, Jon Snow is still dead. While the anticipation continues to grow, HBO has just released the official trailer for the show's second episode. This time around, Bran takes the spotlight!
According to Independent, the studio has just unveiled the "Game of Thrones" Season 6, Episode 2 official trailer and title. The said episode entitled "Home" teases the return of Bran Stark, played by the English actor Isaac Hempstead Wright.
The first episode of "Game of Thrones" Season 6 was able to pick up the whereabouts of some key players, except for Bran, of course. Hence it is only safe to say that viewers are excited to get hold of Bran in the second episode.
Although the official synopsis of "Game of Thrones" Season 6, Episode 2 did not reveal much about Bran's status, the character is believed to be training under Max Von Sydow's Three-Eyed Raven. This only means that Bran will be honing his future-seeing abilities with the help of the said character in the forthcoming "Game of Thrones" episode.
Also, the "Game of Thrones" episode will once again feature the infamous Lannisters, Jaime and Cersei. The pair, who is known to have an incest relationship, are set to regain King's Landing. Meanwhile, the Boltons are plotting to march towards Castle Black, where Jon Snow's corpse lie.
Obviously, the Season 6 premier of the hit series "Game of Thrones" was a complete turn of events. From Melisandre revealing her supposed true identity and Ser Davos in the midst of an impending battle, the show could not just get any better.
But if there is one thing a "Game of Thrones" fan would want to know, it is the fate of Jon Snow. Will he come back? If so, how? Will it be through Melisandre's dark magic? These are just few of the many questions people want answers to.
BGR notes that "Game of Thrones" Season 6, Episode 2 will arrive on Sunday, May 1st. The official trailer for the said episode, also called "Home," is below.
What are your thoughts on the upcoming episode of "Game of Thrones" Season 6? Do you really think Jon Snow is a dead corpse? Or perhaps he will be revived somewhere in the forthcoming "Game of Thrones" episodes? Let us know through the comment section below!
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