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There's A Crazy-Weird Visual Clue At The End Of The "GoT" Finale

These White Walkers really aren't messing around. (WARNING: Spoilers ahead!)

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Back to that major thing that went down: Remember when the undead version of Viserion (Dany's dragon that died and turned into a member of the Night King's army) destroyed the wall separating the White Walkers from the rest of Westeros?

Westeros: The wall has been there for 8,000 years. It should keep out the white walkers Night King: Hold my Beer… https://t.co/eDokztbNF1

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Fans are shook.

The dead appear to form the Stark sigil at the end of 'The Dragon and the Wolf' #GameofThrones

@CitadelSecrets Do these trooping Others/White Walkers look like they're making the Stark sigil S7E7 01:15:03 🤔

And some people are even going so far as to say it's a sign that young Brandon "Don't Call Me Brandon Stark, Call Me The Three-Eyed Raven" Stark is actually the Night King.

BRANDON STARK IS THE NIGHT KING! Proof: The Stark Sigil. #GameofThronesS7Finale #GameOfThrones #GoT

When someone points out the white walkers crossed the wall in the shape of the Stark Sigil 😳💥🐺#BranIsNightKing… https://t.co/JlFGh8FkjW

  1. So, what do you think: Does it look like the White Walkers formed the shape of the Stark sigil?

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    Hell yeah! What else could it be?!
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    Nice try, but that's a bit of a stretch.
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    It's definitely possible, but there's no real reason to believe it.
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So, what do you think: Does it look like the White Walkers formed the shape of the Stark sigil?
  1.  
    vote votes
    Hell yeah! What else could it be?!
  2.  
    vote votes
    Nice try, but that's a bit of a stretch.
  3.  
    vote votes
    It's definitely possible, but there's no real reason to believe it.

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