Some overwhelming revelations and significant deaths took place amid the Game of Thrones. We’re referring to the season six episode called, “The Door.” We eventually discovered how the Stark family’s young stable kid Wylis turned into the simpleton Hodor. Apparently, Bran injured his companion’s brain by warging into young Hodor’s mind in the past. This was minutes before Hodor ended up sacrificing his life in the present. While the forces of White Walkers’ killed the Three Eyed Raven, Summer and the last Children of the Forest, there’s significantly more to be learned from Bran doing the time warp once more, and Hodor’s magnanimous sacrifice.
1. Changing the past? Reconsider.
The Three-Eyed Raven’s words to Bran Stark, “The past is already written, the ink is dry” reverberates all through “The Door.” While Bran may have accidentally created this gigantic change in Wylis, he’s not changing history. Something in Wylis’ life disabled his mind and we discovered what it was. Bran didn’t change the past; he only went through the motions of history. As it is, the green seeing and warging are only a part of what took place. Try not to expect that Bran will begin Marty McFlying himself through the past to save his sibling and dad or anything in that manner.
2. Not Very Mad After All?
A central issue that emerges from the Three-Eyed Raven and Bran’s capacity to return to the past is that what other different events in the show’s history could have really been a consequence of their actions? Imagine a scenario in which King Aerys Targaryen (that is “the Mad King”) was normal, and that the Raven or Bran are the ones who made him go zanier than a dodo. Before the events of the series, King Aerys commanded his men to begin igniting the caches of Wildfire stashed under the city. He believed that the inferno would transform him into a dragon. This was before Kingsguard Jaime Lannister betrayed him and stabbed Aerys. The Mad King kept on saying “Burn all of them!” He even needed to slit open the person’s throat to stop him from saying it. Imagine a scenario in which Bran looks back in the past and has a similar thing with King Aerys as he did with Hodor.