The sixth season of Game of Thrones was filled with heartbreak. One of the most-loved characters in the series – Jon Snow was seen being betrayed by his Night’s Watch family. His colleagues didn’t think twice and stabbed him right in the back. But Snow was too precious a character to let go. His allies brought the Red Priestess along and resurrected him through the use of black magic. According to News, the latest “Game of Thrones” fan theory now claims that the resurrected Jon Snow is actually a “fire wight.” The theorist added that Jon's true identity will lead to his ultimate death.

This ardent fan took to Reddit to share his thoughts. The fan states that he came to this conclusion after reading between the lines of an interview where the novel writer, George R. R. Martin was talking about his books.

Fate of Beric Dondarrion

According to a report by Daily Telegraph, Martin is seen discussing the poor fate of Beric Dondarrion. The writer states that Beric has been through so much that he is no longer a human being. His heart is not the same, and he doesn’t have blood flowing through his veins anymore. This is where Martin announces that Dondarrion is actually a wight. For those who don’t know, Beric Dondarrion is the character with an eye patch. He accompanies Jon Snow and his fellow troopers to bring a dead walker back to King’s Landing for Cersei.

He has been resurrected multiple times – the same way Jon Snow has. Since Martin has stated that Beric is a wight, this would also mean that Jon Snow is a wight too.

Jon Snow: 'Prince That Was Promised'

The Reddit fan believes that Jon Snow will ultimately give away his life to bring back another in his place. This would also mean that Snow is truly Azor Ahai or the “Prince That Was Promised.” He will probably have to kill his latest love interest, Daenerys Targaryen to obtain the Light-bringer.

This is the only weapon that can destroy the Night King. After killing off Night King, he will be seen sacrificing his life to bring back Daenerys.

The “Fire Wight” theory seems very believable. George R. R. Martin plans on ending his “A Song of Ice and Fire” this way. It wouldn’t make sense for the show-runners to deter the conclusion.

But the readers are advised to consider all possibilities. “Game of Thrones” season 8 is going to premiere in 2019. According to Metro, the shooting for the season 8 is already begun. Fans have to wait a bit more for the finale season.