Melisandre and Jaqen H’ghar latest Interview Reveals Spoiler For the Upcoming Episodes of GOT

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The ongoing season 6 episodes in their initial or we should call it the beginning of the seasons is where most of the Characters have been given a space to explore more than brings great actions, because so far in the past 3 episodes that have showcased, has some shocking moment like Jon Snows Resurrection, Melisandre’s age secret, Roose Bolton’s death by his own son, Tyrion’s interactions with dragons and still alive etc. took place, along with some characters come back and some of the characters developed or back stories that we never really got to peak into in the whole of the series, so there was all of this but no great actions (Except for the Battle of The Tower Of Joy). Well, this is how it has been going on as the show is creating that gravity among the audiences and building up the tension for the upcoming threat and the rising terror.

While all this will soon come to the conclusion a little about this building up the characters has been debated in an Interview by the Making Game Of Thrones which brought Carice Van Houten (Melisandre) and Tom Wlaschiha (Jaqen H’ghar) to their interviewing panel separately though, but had a similar sort of Conversation took place in both the interview.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Episode 3 Oathbreaker-Melisandre and Jon Snow

So to begin with we would firstly like to take our focus on to the greatest shock took place in the very first and premiering episode 1 The Red Woman about Melisandre Characters who after the finale of Season 5, left Stannis Baratheon to his own faith as her own faith and prophecies seems to fail and return back to Castle Black, just to find out that Jon Snow is dead and the whole emotional turmoil of her initial phases of Melisandre, Cersei had this to say, “We see her quite devastated, Her whole faith has tumbled down, and she’s very, very confused.” Well this moment of despair and deprivation had one good thing took place in the nature as it united both Ser Davos and Melisandre to support each other and their condition of losing their king and the only surviving hope Jon Snow, which ultimately mean that both had almost had no real motive to carry on in the show if both are gone. “He can see her vulnerability for the first time. She’s more approachable. They’re in the same boat because they both lost. First, they lost Stannis, and then Jon Snow, who they had high hopes for. That bonds us a little bit.”

Later when asked about her big revelation on the show about her characters age secret and also the lie that she spoke during the many interviews before the season 6 began about Jon Snow’s death, She says…

“It was very early in shooting the whole series. I knew at some point we were going to go back to the subject, but it didn’t come for a long time so I thought, “Well, we’ll see when it comes.” Then when I read the script last year I was like, “Oh yes, I love this. It’s going to be so shocking.”

Well they’re finally bringing her age secret to the screens at this point certainly makes a lot of sense and we are quite a fortune to have lost all of her faith and thus brought that compassion to try out once to use her powers to bring back Jon Snow to life, but to keep the secret was equally tough as it was a year-long process, “I’ve gotten so many questions, and I’ve been lying to all these poor people, but I had to, for the greater good. I’m sure nobody would have wanted me to spoil it. It was also fun to have that secret with us for a long time, although I think my aging was a bigger secret at some point than the resurrection.”

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A similar interview took place with our quite curious case of the Faceless man at The House of Black and White, Tom Wlaschiha Talking to HBO gave an insight to his character Jaqen H’ghar motive about carrying on Arya Starks training and also the kind of emotions Jaqen might carry inside him that drives him to be so attentive to Arya Stark, “I think he definitely has a soft spot for Arya. Otherwise, he wouldn’t be spending that much time with her and really trying to give her the best training she can get. Obviously, Arya doesn’t see it that way. After Season 5, I got a lot of reactions from the audience asking, “Why? What did you do?” But from his point of view, over the seasons, Jaqen has been very consistent with what he wants. He picked Arya for a reason, and he’s not making it easy for her, but hopefully that’s in her best interest.”

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Book of the Strangers- Jaqen H'ghar and Arya Stark

When asked about the kind of treatment Arya Stark is proved with when it came to punishing her and finally made her blind, Wlaschiha elaborated on what making her blind was the only way to make her more strong…

“It made sense to me because it seems cruel, but on the other hand, her other senses are going to get even sharper. Way back at the beginning, Arya says that she has to move like a cat and she has to be unseen. I think being blind just raises the bar to make it more difficult. At the same time, if she manages that, then that will make her even stronger.”

Not just in the episode that went by so far in Game Of Thrones 6, but similarly in the interviews too, the actors gave us quite too many assortments of diverging elements of their characters respectively. The seasons next will be Game Of Thrones s06e04 “Book Of The Strangers”, to go on air on May 15 at the same time 9 p.m. ET & 10 p.m. PT on HBO Networks.

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