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Game Of Thrones made a triumphant return to screens on Sunday night.
And since then the internet has been awash with theories over what could happen next in the hit HBO series, including Bran Stark's significance to the story.
Report - Bustle - Thursday - Image - Show
According to a report from Bustle on Thursday, a new image from the show's second episode has hinted at how crucial the Weirwood trees will be in the battle to come, and also gives a clue of what's to come for the three-eyed raven.
In the snap, Bran is seen alone and staring at Winterfell's Weirwood tree which is in full bloom, which reflects how the earthly representation of the Old Gods could be used in the fight against the Night King's undead army.
Member - Stark - Family - Weirwood - Trees
The youngest living member of the Stark family has used the ancient Weirwood trees as a way to witness what happens around them in both the present and past, now that he has embraced his role as the all-seeing three-eyed raven.
While it's unclear whether Bran is simply waiting at the tree to meet someone, like he did with his sister Sansa in season seven, it could also mean that he plans to use the heart tree to see what the White Walkers are up to.
Course - Seasons - Tree - Marker - Condition
Over the course of the eight seasons, the tree has been a marker for the condition of the ancestral...
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