Surely you've seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones by now, which was filled with spectacular moments.
But there's a small detail that not many people noticed.
It turns out that, in the heat (er, cold) of battle, Jon loses his sword as he goes underwater.
Buuuuuut he manages to pull himself out at the last second because apparently he's immortal.
However, in that exact moment, there's a little detail that could change everything. Did you notice?
Longclaw, Jon's sword, looks like it opens its eyes as soon as the King in the North comes back to life.
Many believe that what we are seeing is just a reflection.
(For what it's worth, the director of the episode has dispelled the theory, BUT WE CAN STILL BELIEVE.)
*X-Files theme begins to play*
A big part of this fan theory revolves around Bran. Longclaw truthers believe Bran "entered" the sword to save Jon and/or call for uncle Benjen.
Longclaw is an ancient relic that has the ability to kill White Walkers, so it might hide other secrets that we don't know about yet.
*X-Files theme intensifies*
IT LOOKS LIKE IT OPENED ITS EYES!!! But it probably didn't.It's gotta be Bran, right?This is dumb. The director himself said it didn't happen.*Grabs tinfoil hat* I BELIEVE!
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What doyou think?
vote votesIT LOOKS LIKE IT OPENED ITS EYES!!! But it probably didn't.
vote votesIt's gotta be Bran, right?
vote votesThis is dumb. The director himself said it didn't happen.
vote votes*Grabs tinfoil hat* I BELIEVE!
This post was translated from Spanish.