There is no doubt that Jon Snow's story parallels the one of the Night's King, a legendary figure from the Age of Heroes who may or may not be the Night King, the main antagonist of "Game of Thrones" TV show. After all, they were both Lord Commanders of the Night's Watch who were trying to keep the peace between the two cultures only to be ultimately killed by their own men.

According to an ancient legend, Night's King fell in love with who appeared to be a female White Walker. Jon, as we all know, also loved a girl from the other side of the Wall.

And if the theory from our previous article is to be believed, these two characters even share the same name. So with all that in mind, now it's a good time to talk about Jon Snow's future in "Game of Thrones" Season 8 and why we believe he might die once again before the series end.

Resurrected by fire

As we all know "Game of Thrones" Season 5 ends with Jon Snow being stabbed to death by fellow members of the Night's Watch because he was trying to save the wildlings from the White Walker invasion. And a season later he was brought back to life after Melisandre recited the ancient High Valyrian prayer to the Lord of Light. However, the exact reason why Jon was resurrected still remains a mystery.

Was it because of Melisandre's prayer? Or Davos' belief? Whatever the case, there's no doubt that fire was involved.

Jon Snow has come a long way since his resurrection. He deserted the Night's Watch, managed to retake the North from Ramsey Bolton after the Battle of the Bastards. Then, in "Game of Thrones" Season 7, he allied himself with Daenerys Targaryen, and they are now preparing for yet another war, the only one that matters, between the living and the dead.

Resurrected by Ice and Fire

Jon Snow will, without a doubt, lead the fight against the Army of the Dead in "Game of Thrones" Season 8. After all, he is the most likely candidate for the prophesized hero, Azor Ahai reborn. And, as the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna, Jon is also the Prince that Was Promised whose song is the song of ice and fire.

However, the question still remains: Will he survive the Great War?

In our opinion, once he sees that this war can't be won, Jon Snow will seek out the Children of the Forest, just like the Last Hero did during the first Long Night. Only this time, they would be on the Isle of Faces. The Children would then tell Jon that the only way to kill the Night King is to transform himself into a White Walker. And Jon being, well, Jon will agree to this without a second thought. One of the Children will then shove a piece of dragonglass a.k.a. the frozen fire into Jon's chest, transforming him into a fully-fledged White Walker. Only then would he be able to defeat the current Night King and take control of the rest of the White Walkers.

In other words, Jon will be resurrected again, only this time not just by fire, but with the help of the combined forces of Ice And Fire. For that's what dragonglass a.k.a. the frozen fire actually is.

History will repeat itself

Given the fact that the Children of the Forest used a piece of dragonglass to transform the man tied to a Weirwood tree into the Night King it stands the reason to believe that he can't really be killed by dragonglass (or Valyrian steel for that matter). That's why we believe Jon will have to make an ultimate sacrifice and become the White Walker himself in order to kill the current Night King. And given how history often tends to repeat itself in the "Game of Thrones" universe, it shouldn't be very hard to imagine that the Night King made the same kind of sacrifice thousands of years ago.