Game of Thrones end: Ghost and The Wall confirm Jon Snow is ‘DEAD’ – Express

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It was a jaw-dropping moment when Melisandre brought the man also known as Aegon Targaryen back to life. But author George RR  Martin had already been very clear about Jon's fate. From the very first chapter of the first book, in fact. And the final scene of the HBO adaptation (based, presumably on notes from the author) reinforced the dark ending for the lost heir to the Iron Throne. Ghost is part of the riddle, since the direwolf's name was a major teaser to Jon's fate to die and be reborn. However, George RR Martin hid an even more brutal truth in the name. Jon will remain a ghost even after he is returned to the land of the living. He always seems slightly disconnected from everything around him. His final fate spells it out - he has been removed from the living lands south of The Wall. .

He will disappear in the frozen wastes, eventually forgotten by those in Westeros. But it is The Wall itself which holds the key to Jon's fate. READ MORE: Game of Thrones Jon ISN'T Dany's main rival: His Tagaryen BROTHER is READ MORE Game of Thrones shock: Sansa responsible for TWO Stark deaths not one It was at the Wall where Jon came back from the dead. He was brought back by the God of Light for one purpose - to kill Daenerys. But he is technically no longer completely part of the world of the living. Beric Dondarion was brought back repeatedly until he fulfilled his destiny to save Arya. After that, he swiftly found the death he had cheated before. Jon and Ghost represent the barrier between life and death. The Wall literally is the barrier between life and death. By travelling back up beyond the Wall, Jon is passing beyond the world of the living. .

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