Now, in case you’ve been living under a rock lately (just today actually) you’ll know that the first, actual footage of the final season of ‘Game Of Thrones’ dropped today.

In the trailer – which you can check out below – we see Jon, Arya and Sansa – reuniting in the crypts of Winterfell as they come across statues that look identical to them. The light swiftly gets sucked out of the room, as, presumably, the White Walkers draw close.

Needless to say, the trailer has sparked multiple fan theories since it dropped earlier, so we decided to run through the best of them:

The Feather On Lyanna’s Crypt

As Jon is walking through the crypt, we see a statue of Lyanna Stark, Ned’s sister and Arya and Sansa’s auntie.

Her voice can be heard saying: “You must protect him” as a small feather blows out of her hands onto the floor.

Now, these were the exact words she said when she gave birth to Jon, right before she died and Ned took the baby (which we saw in season seven). This essentially confirmed Jon’s heritage as the son of Lyanna and Rhaegar Targaryan – making him the true heir to the Iron Throne.

We’ve seen the feather before, in the first ever episode – when Robert Baratheon lays one at Lyanna’s grave – as well as when Sansa picks one up when she’s walking through the crypts with Littlefinger.

Now we see it again, fans are convinced Jon will finally discover the truth behind his birthright, and that the White Walkers are going to try their damned hardest to kill the heir to the Iron Throne.

Bran is King of the White Walkers

This has been a theory for a while now, and the trailer has further added fuel to the belief Bran is the Night King.

At the end of the clip the room freezes over which implies that the White Walkers are heading south.

But while Arya, Sansa and Jon all have statues in the crypt – Bran’s is missing.

Some have suggested that Bran is absent from the video because the entire trailer is actually one of his visions.

And another theory is that the encroaching cold is the trademark of the Night King and with Bran the only absent Stark child, the implication is that Bran is the Night King.

This comes from his conversation with Children of the Forest, in which he asked them: “It was you? You made the White Walkers?”

Leaf replies: “We were at war. We were being slaughtered. Our sacred trees cut down. We needed to defend ourselves.”

Bran: “From whom?”

Leaf: “From you.

That “you” is taken to mean Bran.

Arya and Sansa will die first

If you notice from the trailer, Arya and Sansa’s statues appear to be their current age – while Jon’s is an older version of himself.

So many fans are suggesting that Jon will outlive Arya and Sansa and they will be the first to die.

At the moment, it’s all speculation, but one thing’s for sure: it’s going to be one hell of a ride when it lands on 14th April.

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