Ever since Season 1, Hodor on Game of Thrones has been capable of saying only one thing.
That changed this week, though, when Bran Stark saw a vision of the past which included a young Hodor...then named Wylis!
Even more surprising was how eloquent and talkative he was. But what happened to turn him into the Hodor we know and love today?
Two redditors, u/TazoGreenTea and u/gbinasia, think that Hodor might have been a warg, just like Bran.
The theory goes even deeper than that: Since Hodor was a stable boy, it's likely that he would have chosen to warg into his favorite animal — a horse.
This could, in part, explain why Hodor is so comfortable carrying Bran on his back using a saddle, and why he's afraid of thunder (as horses often are).
The only question left would be why Hodor only says "Hodor." But what if that's the name of Lyanna's horse?????
It's so crazy it just might be true!Dunno. I'm going to need a little more proof.Nah, he probably just got injured or something.I have a different theory, which I will tell everyone in the comments.
This Mind-Blowing "Game Of Thrones" Theory Might Explain Hodor
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What do you think? Was Hodor a warg?
vote votesIt's so crazy it just might be true!
vote votesDunno. I'm going to need a little more proof.
vote votesNah, he probably just got injured or something.
vote votesI have a different theory, which I will tell everyone in the comments.