Game of Thrones Spoilers: Jon Snow’s Fate Might Not be What it Seems

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HBO’s Game of Thrones has officially revealed the fate of Jon Snow. They also resealed the title of the episode and description for the Game of Thrones Season 6 premiere.

While Game of Thrones fanatics are counting days for Season 6 premiere on HBO, everyone wants to know if Jon Snow is actually dead.

Fortunately for fans, the network has apparently answered that question for viewers before the show has even aired.

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According to a report, “Jon Snow is dead,” reads the first line of the synopsis. This has made fans to believe that actor Kit Harrington’s pushiness about his character’s departure was true.

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Harrington has been persistent while trying to convince Game of Thrones viewers that Jon Snow is dead since the Season 5 finale aired. Ultimately, HBO has confirmed the beloved character actually has passed away.

However, fans are doubtful of whether or not he’ll stay that way, says The Inquisitor.

According to State of the State Ks, if one trusts the first episode synopsis for Game of Thrones Season 6, why arises would the Night’s Watch loyalists are keen to protect Jon Snow’s corpse?

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The first episode title is The Red Woman, which refers to the mysterious sorceress Melisandre. There have been rumours that Melisandre would decide if it is already safe to bring Snow back to life.

Until then Jon Snow will hang out in wolf form inside the Ghost.

Many Game of Thrones devotees have been opinionating that there will be another story line. This will be revealing a way Jon Snow can come back, and that the Lord of Light will likely be mixed up in that.

There are speculations that says by the end of Game of Thrones Season 6, Snow will be back in his home at Winterfell along with his half-sister, Sansa Stark. Questions regarding the events that might lead Snow to return to life are yet to be determined.

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