‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 Spoilers: The Wall May Fall This Season?

Game of Thrones' Season 6, The Wall May Fall This Season?, Premiers on April 24

The spoilers for the sixth season of the fantasy drama television series “Game of Thrones” have revealed some new hints about the upcoming series.  Is the wall going to fall in season 6?

Despite the popularity of “Song of Ice and Fire” and “Game of Thrones,” the series’ supernatural villains, the White Walkers, could never really came into public eye. Their very existence seemed to be overshadowed throughout the previous seasons. While the viewers are quite aware of the strength of these furious enemies who hold the potentiality to melt the ice sheets, White Walkers have been downgraded to background status. They only acted as an unknown constant threat.

Then again, in the fourth, fifth and sixth seasons, the fans witnessed the menacing appearance of Night’s King (played by guest star Richard Brake), the leader of the White Walkers.

George R.R. Marti, the writer and screenwriter of this fantasy series has described the Night’s King is only a legendary figure in the books. However, the frightening leader is very much alive on the show, according to the most recent spoilers of the sixth season of “Game of Thrones,” informs Hollywood.

According to legend, the Night’s King remained in power for 13 years. His reign came to a crushing end after he was defeated by a coalition of Brandon the Breaker, the King of Winter and Lord of Winterfell, and Joramun, the King-Beyond-the-Wall. The fable further reveals, to overcome the Night’s King, Joramun apparently has crafted a horn that could wake giants from their sleep. Known by many names like Horn of Winter, the Horn of Darkness, and the Horn of Joramun, the powerful horn has the ability to destroy The Wall.

Watch the Preview of the upcoming Season 6 here:

Although the “Horn of Winter” can kill Night’s King, the collapse of The Wall makes even the Wildings fearful, who asked anxiously, “Once the Wall is fallen, what will stop the others?” That question possibly will be answered this season. The preview further shows the Night’s King wearing a giant ice horn on his back. Could this be the Horn of Winter? Could this be the season The Wall finally comes falling down?

“Game of Thrones” Season 6 premieres on April 24.


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