Everything we know about the Season 7 finale so far

Jay Jacobs
August 27, 2017

Before Sunday night's episode, "Beyond The Wall", either fire-especially dragonflame, to the surprise of no one-or total dismemberment were the only known ways of killing the White Walkers' soldiers, a.k.a. wights.

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 6, "Beyond the Wall." . The Night King, however, is fully cognizant of Bran when he draws near - he not only sees Bran, but grabs him by the arm and "marks" him - which allows him to track Bran to Bloodraven's cave even when he awakens from the vision.

The seventh season of Game of Thrones has been surrounded by fan theories on every side.

And now? The same spot where the Night King resurrected Viserion.

The series has had many villains during its seven season run - but none have been as terrifying as the Night King. From there, you'll be able to experience exactly what it feels like to sport the "icy visage" of the leader of the White Walkers.

Now that the Night King has taken one of Daenerys's dragons as his own, Jon and the Mother of Dragons need any advantage they can get.

His eyes turned ice-blue after being touched by the nail of the Night King, the same act that we saw during Viserion's resurrection.

If Quora user Ralph Lengler is correct, the chains were actually one small part of a larger plan the Night King had for a while.

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The answer to that question could determine whether or not the revelation from "Beyond The Wall" proves to be the final blueprint for how to eliminate the White Walker threat forever. Unfortunately, Jon and his group weren't able to get close enough to the Night King in the last episode to test this theory.

There are even fan theories that state the Night King is Bran through some trick of time travel and warging, but that whole thing seems far-fetched. and that's before noting that we see what we assume to be the creation of the Night King in the show, and the man killed to create the first White Walker doesn't look like Bran. Richard Brake, 52, plays the evil king on the show, although you wouldn't know it if you passed him on the street. Oh yeah, and they BROUGHT HUGE FRICKIN' CHAINS.

This idea is key to how the Night King has such a diverse army behind him, rather than just a barrage of reanimated corpses.

The Night King will fly over it on Viserion, destroying the Wall's protective magic.


Or maybe one of the reasons the White Walkers needed such a massive army was because they are planning to use their massive numbers to form a ramp out of their bodies.

It states: "Of all the queer and fabulous denizens of the Shivering Sea, however, the greatest are the ice dragons".

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