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There's A Crazy-Weird Visual Clue At The End Of The "GoT" Finale

These White Walkers really aren't messing around. (WARNING: Spoilers ahead!)

Posted on August 29, 2017, at 9:04 p.m. ET

So, something pretty major happened in the last scene of the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale. And if you don't want to be spoiled, then don't read any further. Spoilers ahead!

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Back to that major thing that went down: Remember when the undead version of Viserion (Dany's dragon that died and turned into a member of the Night King's army) destroyed the wall separating the White Walkers from the rest of Westeros?

Westeros: The wall has been there for 8,000 years. It should keep out the white walkers Night King: Hold my Beer…

It was a pretty chaotic scene.


And as the undead started to head into Westeros, it looks like they marched in a pretty specific shape.


Is that image familiar to anyone?


Look a little closer.


It appears that the White Walkers may have formed a Stark sigil, a direwolf, at the end of the scene.

Fans are shook.

The dead appear to form the Stark sigil at the end of 'The Dragon and the Wolf' #GameofThrones

@CitadelSecrets Do these trooping Others/White Walkers look like they're making the Stark sigil S7E7 01:15:03 🤔

And some people are even going so far as to say it's a sign that young Brandon "Don't Call Me Brandon Stark, Call Me The Three-Eyed Raven" Stark is actually the Night King.

BRANDON STARK IS THE NIGHT KING! Proof: The Stark Sigil. #GameofThronesS7Finale #GameOfThrones #GoT

When someone points out the white walkers crossed the wall in the shape of the Stark Sigil 😳💥🐺#BranIsNightKing…

I guess winter really is here.

  1. So, what do you think: Does it look like the White Walkers formed the shape of the Stark sigil?

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So, what do you think: Does it look like the White Walkers formed the shape of the Stark sigil?
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    Hell yeah! What else could it be?!
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    Nice try, but that's a bit of a stretch.
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    It's definitely possible, but there's no real reason to believe it.

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