I watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones titled "Beyond the Wall", twice. I had no choice but to further suspend my belief and logic because even on a fantasy driven television show...some things JUST ain't possible. The raven sent to Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) had to have the speed of The Flash.

The wights actually going under water to attach chains to Viserion's body. It isn't like they have insurance if one of them loses a limb down there. Kinda doubtful the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) will let them call in sick either. Wights need love too. Just sayin'.

Actually having chains that size available on such a short notice would make anyone raise an eyebrow....wouldn't it?

This dragon's been marinating in freezing water like chicken breasts in olive oil and cayenne pepper, plus he was dead weight. However, they managed, didn't they? Well okay then. All of this was accepted just so Daenerys could see first hand that The Night King and his undead army existed.

Rise my son...

After having pulled Viserion out of the frozen lake, the cool and calm Night King walks over and touches the huge dragon. The tense music cues and Viserion get the blue-eyed Lazarus treatment. Now, this is where theory and speculation meet. In the fifth season episode 8 episode "Hardhome", when Jon Snow (Kit Harington) tried recruited wildlings as allies, the Night King's army attacked. The wildlings got hit harder than a rookie quarterback in preseason football.

Seriously. To escape the carnage, Jon and his crew had to leave. The Night King, in a display of power, simply raised his arms and the dead wildlings joined his undead army. Complete with blue eyes & no insurance. That's where the theory lies: touching the dead makes them a white walker, and not a wight.

Seeing that this is one of the most common theories, it definitely has a ring of truth to it.

The Night King, in a display of power, simply raised his arms and the dead wildlings joined his undead army. Complete with blue eyes & no insurance. That's where the theory lies: touching the dead makes them a white walker, and not a wight.

Seeing that this is one of the most common theories, it definitely has a ring of truth to it.

Seriously. To escape the carnage, Jon and his crew had to leave. The Night King, in a display of power, simply raised his arms and the dead wildlings joined his undead army. Complete with blue eyes & no insurance. That's where the theory lies: touching the dead makes them a white walker, and not a wight. Seeing that this is one of the most common theories, it definitely has a ring of truth to it.

OK. but how do you kill it?

Dragonglass. Valerian Steel. Seems to be simple, doesn't it? It isn't. Drogon and Rhaegal could breathe dragonfire on their former brother, and it would more than likely have little to no effect.

White walkers also have superhuman strength. Let that sink in a second. Viserion could easily beat the other two dragons. Think Ivan Drago against Apollo Creed and you'll get the picture. To defeat this particular white walker you'd need another Scorpion with a sizable spear made from dragonglass or valerian steel. Then there's also the wildcard: using Wildfire. It's highly combustible and can burn through anything. If someone, let's say Cersei, came up with the notion of using wildfire against Viserion, they'd have a chance.

Whatever the case may be, we're bound to find out. Watch Game of Thrones this Sunday at 9 pm EST on HBO.

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