Since the King of the Night in “Game of Thrones” has the ability to resurrect the dead who then fight for him, we might have seen familiar faces in his army. It didn’t come to that, but it was planned …
In the penultimate episode of the seventh season of “Game of Thrones”, the king of the night killed the dragon Viserion of Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) with a javelin throw. Then he breathes “life” back into it, so that from now on it will serve as a mount. But until the Battle of Winterfell in season eight, the pangolin would remain the only prominent figure in good shape before his death who can later be seen as a zombie within the ranks of the undead army, although there are a few other protagonists in. the deep north or even died in the vicinity of the White Walkers.
One such figure is, for example, fan favorite Hodor (Kristian Nairn), who was killed in season six by the Night King’s hordes to protect the future King Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright). Precisely because it was and continues to be so popular, it would be so for many viewers It was extremely difficult to see the kind-hearted giant as a blue-eyed soulless zombie, Vanity fair reported, that was actually the plan. In the first episode of the seventh season.
So Hodor should come back as a zombie
In “Dragon Stone,” Bran has a vision in which he sees the Night King’s troops marching towards the wall as he himself reaches the wall in a sleigh pulled by Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick):
And the showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss considered portraying Hodor as an undead lackey within the military. And he shouldn’t be the only known character Bran sees in his vision. The wild leader Kars, who was featured in the episode “Hartheim” (season 5, episode 8), should also return as a zombie.I (Birgitte Hjort Sørensen), who had to resign in the same episode.
While Zombie-Hodor was just a consideration, the planning continued with it, Karsi even appears in the storyboards of Bran’s vision., the Vanity fair exist and what can you see with your colleagues. But she didn’t make it to the finished episode either, which is a shame, because as heartbreaking as it would have been: we would have loved to see her and especially Hodor again as zombies …
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