Games of Thrones season 5 ended with a bang, a very loud bang.
One of the most prominent characters of the long time running American fantasy drama television series was killed at the last few minutes of the season finale. As expected, many fans was angered by this killing and some are even calling for a boycott because of the series.
But for some people, there's no reason to be mad at how the season ended. It's all part of the continuously evolving GoT plot and for them, Jon Snow is not dead or maybe, he will get resurrected at the start of next season.
Below are few reasons to believe that Kit Harrington will be back at the Season 6 of Games of Thrones.
Don’t Worry, ‘Game Of Thrones’ Didn’t REALLY Kill Jon Snow, And Here’s Why (Source)
He is just fulfilling the prophecy, his destiny
“Game of Thrones” tends to shy away from the talk of prophecy and destiny that’s so heavily emphasized in the books, so much so that we have heard very little about Azor Ahai, a legendary hero in Westeros folklore. According to the stories, Azor Ahai fought during a great period of darkness and saved mankind, at the expense of the woman he loved. It is believed by many that Azor Ahai will be reborn, with Melisandre telling Jon:He is a warg
“When the red star bleeds and the darkness gathers, Azor Ahai shall be born again amidst smoke and salt to wake dragons out of stone.”
Melisandre believes that Stannis fulfills this prophecy, but what if it’s Jon? The prose George R.R. Martin uses in Jon’s “death” scene fulfills literal conditions of the prophecy; Wun Wun tears apart a man with a red star sigil, the Night’s Watch traitors represent the darkness, Jon’s wounds are described as “smoking,” and the salt is represented in one of his betrayer’s tears.
Bran isn’t the only Stark with the ability to zap his consciousness inside another living creature — at least not in the books. Warging runs in the family, and Jon Snow is no exception. In the prologue for “A Dance with Dragons,” the warging wildling Varamyr Sixskins notes that Jon is a gifted skin-changer, albeit an undisciplined one. Ever since Jon’s “death” occurred in the books, fans have theorized that he warged into Ghost (his wolf).Melisandre will bring him back!
We have seen the Red Priestess’ powers in action in the past; even if she was very, very wrong about Stannis as a messianic figure, she’s got other magic working for her. Melisandre could be Jon’s golden ticket.The White Walker King will bring him back!
In “Hardhome,” the White Walker head honcho stepped out into the public eye and resurrected an army of the undead, his eyes locked right on Jon. He has a proven ability to bring the dead back to a certain form of life, and he has Jon Snow very much on his radar. Could the Night’s King be the one to bring Jon back?The theory of R+L=J still exist!
There’s no single theory in “Game of Thrones” fandom more accepted than this one: Jon Snow is not Eddard Stark’s son. His real parents are Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen, putting him at the center of the ice and fire Venn diagram. That lineage alone makes Jon one of the most important characters in the story. What purpose does he serve if he’s just… dead?Although he still knows nothing, he’s Jon Snow, and he always comes back!
So cheer up now, at least we know that it's hard to really kill Jon Snow or at least Kit Harrington's involvement at this series. He is very vital and truly important to the Games of Thrones upcoming seasons.
And if you are still not convince that #JonSnowIsNotDead, here are few more reasons to believe that he is ain't really dead.