Game of Thrones: Season 6 First Teaser Teasing Us

Posted 2015/12/04 3742 0

Two brothers Jon Snow and Bran Stark are the center of attention in the "Game of Thrones" Season 6 first teaser.

The first teaser of the new season is launched when we are still confused about the fate of our favorite character Jon Snow. After his being "executed" by seemingly most loyal friends, the actors and the director tried to affirm that he was actually dead. But the filmmakers keep teasing us when not only in the new poster but also the new teaser, the illegitimate son of the Starks is in the center, meaning that Jon Snow will be one of the important factors in the next season.

The 41-second teaser starts with the scene with an image of Jon's shell-shocked face from season five's "Hardhome" as Max von Sydow's Three-Eyed Raven provides haunting, ominous words. 
"We watch, we listen, and we remember,"
“The past is already written,the ink is dry”. 
The viewers will get a chill when hearing the predictions about a dark future for the whole Westeros when the winter is around the corner.
 From there, the teaser cuts away from Jon and presents quick glimpses at some of the most famous tragedies in Thrones lore, from Eddard Stark's beheading to Jaime Lannister's behanding to a blood-covered Jon Snow lying in the snow.

Finally, a face viewers have not seen in over a season comes into focus: Bran Stark. The last time we have seen him is when he was under the tutelage of the Raven. In the teaser, we saw Bran Mark use his abilities to turn into animals when his eyes rolled back into his head, all white, the mark of his magical power.
So, not a whole lot to go on here, but there is a promise at the end of the video. "They have no idea what's going to happen," says Bran. That's for sure.
Game of Thrones is set in the fictional Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. The series chronicles the violent dynastic struggles among the realm's noble families for control of the Iron Throne. Although Game of Thrones has received widespread critical acclaim, even though its frequent use of nudity and violence has garnered criticism, all seasons were listed on several yearly "best of" lists published by U.S. media, such as the Washington Post (2011), TIME (2011 and 2012) and The Hollywood Reporter (2012).
The series on HBO roughly follows the storylines set out in A Song of Ice and Fire of author George R. R. Martin. However, the sixth season released in 04/2016 will mark the first time what is going on the screen will be most independent from the original, the sixth novel has currently not been published yet.