For years, the fans of the HBO series, Game of Thrones, have had more questions than answers on what is coming next.
May be they have only known one thing will be there for sure, winter.
The reason for this is that the first five seasons based their stories on George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series of fantasy novels. In the upcoming season, the series will divert into a territory that is yet to be explored.
Since each person is in the dark and the internet is an enemy of a vacuum, speculation has been littered everywhere.
The season 6 trailers are bloodshed and intrigue.
Is Jon Snow really dead?
This is the very first big question in line. In the last Game of Thrones image of him, he was the Night Watch commander that had been wounded badly after his own men betraying him. He looked dead or about to die. No person was rushing to assist him out.
Will Arya overcome being blind?
Arya killed Meryn Trant with no permission and as a punishment she was blinded. How will Arya revenge the many people who have harmed her family if she can’t see?
Luckily, in the book “A Dance with Dragons,” she regains her sight.
“A girl has been given a second chance.”
What’s left for Sansa and Theon?
These two characters can easily be labeled the two most miserable on “Game of Thrones.”
The last time the persecuted pair appeared, they were running away from the barbarous Ramsay Bolton into the snow. Did they get recaptured? Or did they manage to flee into a new trajectory?
Are the once-mighty Lannisters finished?
You might think Cersei Lannister would be chastened after her arrest and naked walk of shame through the streets of King’s Landing last season. You would be mistaken.
She is one spiteful character after she has been wronged. And of late people have wronged her. Her father Tywin and her son Joffrey are dead.
She will bounce back, and bounce back strongly.