Rickon Stark and Tommen Baratheon are set to meet their end, according to the latest round of Game of Thrones Season 6 rumors on Reddit.
User Truede has been spilling spoilers on what will happen to the characters in this season of the hit HBO series, Express reported. Per a post the said user made in Reddit, it was claimed that Tommen Baratheon, played by Dean-Charles Chapman, and Rickon Star, played by Art Parkinson, are set to meet their maker.
Truede claimed that the deaths of major characters will mostly happen in Game of Thrones Season 6 finale.
“Don’t wanna spoil all of them but Tommen does die,” Truede said.
While not much details were revealed about Tommen’s demise, the Reddit user elaborated on how Rickon’s death will happen.
Truede shared that Jon and Ramsay will be seeing each other at the battlefield where the latter will release Rickon so he could run toward his brother. However, there’s no compassion in the act as Ramsay will start shooting arrows while Rickon runs.
Nevertheless, the arrows keep on missing the young Stark, and Jon Snow will also run toward him. In the end, Rickon will be hit with one of Ramsay’s arrows and he will die in Jon Snow’s arms.
The theory may seem far-fetched but Truede has had a history of correctly dishing the death of Osha. The Reddit user previously said that Natalia Tena’s character will be killed by Ramsay Bolton “and that Benjen Stark (Joseph Mawle) would be back and save Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) and Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick).”
Meanwhile, another spoilers from Game of Thrones Season 6 hint that Syrio Forel is alive and well. The Independent delved into a faceless figure seen on the set of the HBO series, and everything seems to point that Syrio is the man behind Waif.
Miltos Yerolemou, who plays the character, also hinted that he is coming back to Game of Thrones Season 6. The actor responded to a fan tweet showing the faceless image with several emojis that seemed to say that he is indeed back on the show.
— Stacey Shepard (@nonpromqueen) June 9, 2016
— Miltos Yerolemou (@miltosyerolemou) June 9, 2016
Game of Thrones Season 6 airs on Sundays at HBO.