There's Legit Proof That Bran Stark Is the Lord of Light and Jon Snow's a "Fire Wight"

First things first, I fully think Bran is evil, which you can read about right this way. But some people prefer to think he’s secretly the Lord of Light, and honestly the theory is pretty compelling. Like, almost compelling enough to convince me that Bran isn’t a robot. Almost.

The theory comes from Reddit user u/dontmicrowavecats, and offers a lot of semi-iffy proof that Bran and the Lord of Light are the same entity. That said, this particular line of thought is super compelling:

1. “Followers of the Lord of Light believe that their Lord is always at war with his evil opposite deity. Theres always a dichotomy. Light vs Dark. Good vs Bad. Fire vs Ice. Everything in this world has an antithesis.”

2. “The Lord of Light supposedly has a ‘purpose’ for everyone. Consequently, everyone supposedly brought back by the Lord of Light [edit note: Beric, Jon Snow, etc!] helped Arya defeat the Night King.”

3. “Bran gave Arya the dagger, and offered himself as bait. So, like the Lord of Light, everything Bran has done recently also ultimately leads to Arya defeating the Night King.”

Okay, so this is where it gets really interesting. Let’s assume that Bran is the Lord of Light, kay? If so, he’s in control of the FIRE WIGHTS. Oh, what are Fire Wights, you ask? Turns out his main follower Beric—who sacrificed himself for Arya during Sunday’s episode—was one. To quote an interview with GOT creater George R.R. Martin, “He’s not a living human being anymore. His heart isn’t beating, his blood isn’t flowing in his veins. He’s a wight, but a wight animated by fire instead of by ice, now we’re getting back to the whole fire and ice thing.”


Okay, so if the Night King animates the ice wights, who animates the fire wights? That would be the Lord of Light, aka Bran. Which brings up an even more major question: If Bran dies, do his fire wights also die? Obviously, Beric is already RIP—but this theory claims that Bran has been warging around and reviving all kinds of people we’d previously credited the Lord of Light with saving. Including Jon Snow.

These magical “Lord of Light moments” include Beric being repeatedly brought back to life, John being revived after his brutal murder, and even the Hound making it through. In other words, Bran created a bunch of fire wights and if he dies they are (potentially) toast.




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