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EntertainmentThis Game of Thrones Theory Suggests Bran Stark May Be Evil, and It's Pretty Convincing

18:40  30 april  2019
18:40  30 april  2019 Source:   popsugar.com

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Bran Is Evil Theory Game of Thrones Season 8. In fact, one fan on Reddit thinks the Night King might have transferred some of his dark powers ages ago to one very important Ultimately, it seems like the Night King holds a lot of power, but it ' s the intent behind those powers that results in so many.

Bran Is Evil Theory Game of Thrones Season 8. The user suggests that maybe a piece of him lives on in Bran , writing, "Why else was Bran warged for so long? OK, Bran is pretty checked out during the entire episode, and his face seems just as stoic as usual, including when the Night King

This Game of Thrones Theory Suggests Bran Stark May Be Evil, and It's Pretty Convincing© HBO This Game of Thrones Theory Suggests Bran Stark May Be Evil, and It's Pretty Convincing

Warning! Mountain-sized Game of Thrones season eight spoilers ahead, so click away now unless you're all caught up!

We still can't believe our favourite teenage assassin, Arya Stark, managed to take down the Night King during Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones. The Night King might officially be dead, but that doesn't mean he's done causing trouble for everyone who managed to survive the Battle of Winterfell. In fact, one fan on Reddit thinks the Night King might have transferred some of his dark powers ages ago to one very important character: Bran Stark.

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Game of Thrones fans might be onto something with the latest theory , which suggests that Bran Stark may actually be an evil character. The " Bran Stark Is Evil " Theory on ' Game of Thrones ' Is Actually Very Convincing . The idea is pretty convincing , and links to popular speculation that

Fans are convinced Bran Stark is evil after the Night King' s death on Game of Thrones —find out more here. And all those ~ Bran Is the Night King~ conspiracy theorists were disappointed to find out that whoops, turns out Bran and the Night King are two very different people due to Bran not dying

Reddit user ColdBeing points out that the Night King's character has had way too much buildup to go out after a single (awesome) stab from Arya's Valyrian steel dagger, believing there must be some small part of him left behind. The user suggests that maybe a piece of him lives on in Bran, writing, "Why else was Bran warged for so long? Could it be going back in time to prevent all this bloodshed? Could he have been making a deal with The Night King? When The Night King walked up to Bran, he looked like he accepted his fate."

OK, Bran is pretty checked out during the entire episode, and his face seems just as stoic as usual, including when the Night King and his White Walker goons are lurking in the shadows. Some fans argue that Bran is warging for so long because he's trying to lure the Night King over for Arya - assuming he's always known her destiny was to kill him - but that doesn't explain why he and the Night King have such an unnecessarily long staring contest before Arya pounces. Maybe they're making a deal of some kind? The pieces of this icy puzzle don't quite add up just yet, but it makes a lot more sense if you consider that this isn't the first time Bran and the Night King have come face to face.

Is There a Reason Bran Lures the Night King to the Weirwood Tree? Here's What We Know

Is There a Reason Bran Lures the Night King to the Weirwood Tree? Here's What We Know As the Battle of Winterfell raged on Game of Thrones, a quieter battle was taking place inside the walls of the castle. Theon Greyjoy and a handful of soldiers stood in the godswood with Bran Stark, waiting for the Night King's inevitable arrival and hoping to be able to defend Bran. As they wait, it appears that they're also guarding the weirwood tree, the mystical tree imbued with ancient magic. So were the soldiers actually concerned with protecting the magical tree, or was it just coincidence that they were there? Although the weirwood tree is very powerful, the soldiers are ultimately there to protect Bran.

A theory laid out by Reddit user DontMicrowaveCats suggests that just as the Night King seemed to be the physical embodiment of the Great Other, the god of darkness and evil in the faith of R’hllor, Three-Eyed It ’ s all but obvious at this point, Bran has been manipulating the plotline the entire time.

There' s a theory currently bubbling up in the Game of Thrones universe that Bran is evil , and I'm not sure my heart can take it . ColdBeing thinks something sinister might be at play. "Could it be going back in time to prevent all this bloodshed? Could he have been making a deal with the Night King?"

This Game of Thrones Theory Suggests Bran Stark May Be Evil, and It's Pretty Convincing© HBO This one moment might have made all the difference for the future of Westeros.

Back in the season six episode titled "The Door," Bran has a Three-Eyed Raven vision of the White Walker army approaching the Wall. During the vision, the Night King reaches out and touches Bran's arm, leaving behind a mark that the Night King can then use to track Bran, which is why he makes such great bait during the Battle of Winterfell.

Until now, a lot of theories have circulated that the touch turns Bran into a White Walker or somehow turns him into the actual Night King at a different point in time. Bran clearly isn't the Night King because he doesn't collapse after Arya slays the leader of the White Walkers right in front of him, but could he be holding on to some part of the Night King's powers?

All it takes is a single touch for the Night King to turn someone into a White Walker. He's turned the living, the dead, dragons, and even an entire crypt into part of his army. Seconds before his climactic defeat, the Night King touches Arya, holding her up by the neck with one hand in a failed attempt to stop her attack. If one touch from the Night King in a vision is enough to make Bran traceable (and, if the Redditor is correct, possibly pass on powers of some kind), is our girl Arya fine, or should we be worried about her, too?

Ultimately, it seems like the Night King holds a lot of power, but it's the intent behind those powers that results in so many different outcomes for everyone who's actually come into contact with him. At this point, all the speculation is mostly just food for thought, but we wouldn't be surprised if there's more to that final interaction between the Night King and Bran.

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