Is the Night King a Greenseer?

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Could Joffrey Baratheon wake up the dead? Or did the Children Of The Forest make other White Walkers, too, and we just didn't see it? That means there's potentially a really efficient method of eliminating the massive army of dead men, especially considering how many corpses the Night King himself raised at Hardhome.

Our first hint to the Night King's Greenseeing proficiency is in S6E5 "The Door", when Bran has a vision of the Night King and his undead army; up until this point, Bran's presence has been near-imperceptible to those in his visions, even when shouting their names aloud, like he does to his father Ned Stark in a past vision of the Tower of Joy (S6E3 "Oathbreaker"). Game of Thrones season finales always carry with them a "Who will die next?" vibe, but this time around there's an added twist: Some characters might die, but which ones will stay dead? Okay, so there's a group of GoT fans that are convinced Bran - aka Brandon Stark aka the Three-Eyed Raven - is actually the Night King. They can be defeated, yes, but we now know how vulnerable dragons are when facing White Walkers, so bathing them all in flame at once is no guarantee. "He turned them all".

MORE: "Game of Thrones" Giant Wun Wun Is Most Likely Not a White Walker - but What About Hodor? Fortunately, Sizzor19 pointed out on Reddit that a scene from the episode actually contains some pretty damning evidence about the Night King's greensight. They don't even necessarily have to target the Night King specifically; they could eat away at the normal White Walkers and make a dent in the army big enough to push the Night King back and perhaps eventually defeat him. Tyrion got along very well with Viserion and Rhaegal when he met them for the first time in Season 6. If the life of an individual White Walker determines the existence of individual wights, might the life of the Night King determine the existence of White Walkers?

The Night King is the leader of the undead White Walkers in the HBO show (in the "Song of Ice and Fire" books, George R.R. Martin prefers to call him the Night's King, and only mentions him briefly). That piece of information is worth a dragon in my opinion.

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