Internet Freaks Out Over Game Of Thrones’ Hodor Revelations

by : Tom Percival on : 24 May 2016 10:21

Spoilers For Game Of Thrones Season Six Episode Five


The Game of Thrones‘ writers have never been shy about murdering fan favourites, just ask poor Ned Stark, but last night they broke our hearts. 

The dim-witted but lovable Hodor met his end in the last episode, selflessly (mainly because he wasn’t himself) sacrificing himself so that Bran and Meera could escape from the White Walkers.


Heartbreakingly though the writers couldn’t resist twisting the knife finally revealing what made Wylis into Hodor, and it was a bit crueller than a simple horses kick to the head.


Like many predicted it was Bran who cursed Hodor with a childs mind, as while surfing the weirwood web unsupervised, he accidentally stumbled across the Night’s King, alerting him and his undead pals to the three-eyed raven’s tree cave.

This led to Bran warging into Hodor, forcing him to stay behind while the White Walkers attacked and keep the door closed, so our heroes could make their escape.


Unfortunately for Wylis the young Greenseer did this while still viewing the past, causing a connection between the present day Hodor and the young stable boy, warping his mind.

Back in the past all the convulsing Wylis could do was say ‘hold the door’ over and over, which slowly slurred into ‘hold door, Ho..dor, Hodor’.

And that’s when the tears started.


We weren’t the only ones mourning Hodor, fans were a little upset at the gentle giant’s passing…




Of course sadness pretty quickly turned to anger…

Even he gets it!

Some people didn’t quite get it though…

And one guy saw it coming years ago…

Hodor wasn’t the only one to meet his end last night, both the three eyed raven and Leaf were ripped apart by Wights. Summer, Bran’s dire wolf also ended up dead, again mainly because Bran was being an idiot.

Rest in peace Wylis (Hodor), The Kindest Man In Westeros…

Tom Percival

More of a concept than a journalist, Tom Percival was forged in the bowels of Salford University from which he emerged grasping a Masters in journalism. Since then his rise has been described by himself as ‘meteoric’ rising to the esteemed rank of Social Editor at UNILAD as well as working at the BBC, Manchester Evening News, and ITV. He credits his success to three core techniques, name repetition, personality mirroring, and never breaking off a handshake.

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