Game of Thrones season 6 new trailer: Tyrion Lannister dead?

Game of Thrones season 6 new trailer: Tyrion Lannister dead?

Game of Thrones is clearly the most anticipated TV show of 2016.

Season 5 of the hit HBO show ended with the death of its popular character Jon Snow.

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Since then, fans around the world have been eagerly waiting for the premiere of season 6. Numerous theories have come out that Jon Snow might return from the dead.

But the new trailer of the season 6 of Game of Thrones gives a depressing picture of Jon Snow.

The new trailer also comes with a new twist.

Yes, that’s right. A new twist.

The new trailer for season six of Game of Thrones has teased that Peter Dinklage might be following Kit Harington into the world of dead, reports Daily Mail.

Yes, everybody’s favourite Tyrion Lannister played by Peter Dinklage might end up dead in the new season.

The creepy one minute clip is entirely set in the Hall of Faces beneath the House of Black And White, where the Faceless Men keeps the so-called faces of the deceased to wear as disguises.

Echo of whispers can be heard as the camera makes its way through the dark candle-lit columns. It then centers on one death mask in particular: Ned Stark.

“The man who passes the sentence should swing the sword,” Sean Bean’s voice can be heard. Sean was beheaded by an executioner under orders of Joffrey Baratheon.

The camera then focuses on Robb Stark – played by Richard Madden. Robb was betrayed and murdered at his uncle’s wedding in season three. He can then be heard saying: “I’ve won every battle, but I’m losing this war.”

His mother Catelyn (Michelle Fairley), who had her throat slit minutes later in the same episode, whispers: “Show them how it feels to lose what they love”.

Joffrey Baratheon can then be heard saying: “Everyone is mine to torment.”

The next face on the wall is that of Jon Snow.

“The long night is coming and the dead come with it,” Snow declares. Immediately after this Tyrion Lannister’s dead visage comes into focus.

Game of Thrones returns with season six on HBO on April 24.

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