New Entry Revealed by Liam Cunningham in Season 6, The Cast Talk About the Upcoming Threat & More

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Now because the series Game Of Thrones has got such was scale of storyline, the audience are often seen speculating, making sense and come up with theories every time any new material such as poster, teaser or trailer make their way out. Well the recent full trailer of Game Of Thrones Season 6 had one such thing, a part of Trailer where we hear Liam Cunningham reciting his dialogues saying, “The real war is between the living and the dead, and make no mistake: The Dead Are Coming.” Ever wonder whom he’s been speaking to. Well Cunningham himself reveals the character his is speaking to and the reason for it in a recent Interview with IGN

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While revealing the new cast members name he spoke, “Who I’m saying that to is a fabulous young actress who you haven’t met yet, who’s about to come in, who’s Lyanna Mormont. He’s explaining the situation to her because certain other individuals are making a mess of their parlay. He’s very good at lateral thinking and explaining the situation, as we know.” Well for those who don’t recall anything from past season, she has got great connection with the present character and is to get introduced in the upcoming season 6. Lyanna Mormont is the niece of Night’s Watch former Lord Commander Jeor Mormont and also happens to be the cousin of Jorah Mormont. Presently running the Bear Island will come across Davos Seaworth who understands the rising threat that’s approaching.

Now as Davos is seen alongside Melisandre has got a great purpose and that only our Red Priestess can see the dead are approaching and this is enough to bring them together, concerning over the world that across the north, the seven kingdom, who are just fighting among them as the greater threat rise, Liam Cunningham has to say this, “The Night’s King is coming. You ain’t gonna kill him with a bow and arrow. We need to do something, rapidly, but they’ve all got their heads up their asses with their own little squabbles. Don’t forget Melisandre’s seen it in the flames. She’s talking about all these petty squabbles that are going on with the Lannisters and the Boltons, all getting their little piece of turf in the Seven Kingdoms. They refuse to recognize that there are 100,000 of the undead about to come. She’s seen it. [Davos] believes the things that she’s seen, even though he doesn’t like her, but she has her powers.”

On the similar context in an interview with IGN, the other cast members shed their concern over the threat of White Walkers over the Seven Kingdoms. Isaac Hempstead-Wright character, Bran Stark who appears back in season 6 after the not been present in the whole of season 5 is presently training with the Three-eyed Raven, feels responsible towards what’s coming and things that his character can be the one to bring victory against these White Walkers army, but for that he would have to step up and be something more than what he is and use his powers more rationally…

“There’s not much time. Bran has really got to get his act together, and he’s still got many teenage, hubristic tendencies. He’s still making some silly decisions with his powers. He’s got to learn quickly, and he’s got to shoulder a tremendous amount of responsibility with these powers which are going to be crucial, I feel like. For Bran, ‘the dead are coming’ is a real ‘you need to step up to the plate.’”

Michael McElhatton feels his character The Warden of North, Roose Bolton very well knows about the threat by the White Walkers and also feels that they have got some connection with them too. On the other hand, Iwan Rheon believe his character Ramsey Bolton has got other notions and priorities as he says, “It must be [a concern], but it’s not the immediate threat because it seems further away to them than the other people — practically everyone in Westeros — who wants to get rid of them. They’ve got a lot more battles to fight before the White Walkers come.”

Sophie Turner concerning over the situation and the threat the Westeros is under shared he views, “This is a big thing … This is one of those battles that is kind of unstoppable. It’s more ominous than anything. It’s looming, and you really get a sense that the end is nigh”.

We are pretty sure things this Season 6 are going to get more messed up and every once problems and their vulnerable lives would seem much smaller when the Night’s Kings arrive with his army of dead, the end would be disastrous yet glorious for everyone this Game Of Thrones Season 6, premiering Episode 1 The Red Woman on April 24th, 2016 only on HBO Networks.

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