It’s the “Game of Thrones” reveal we’ve Bean waiting for.
From the Red Wedding and a certain character’s resurrection, to anything dealing with dragons, the HBO show has made a living off unexpected minutes. However , none of these moments would’ve been possible if not for the crazy one that started everything there is :P TAGEND
When Ned Stark( Sean Bean) lost his head.
The North recollects, dude.
Ned’s death scene is brief. You assure the sword come to this and his head starting to leave his torso, but then the camera cuts away.
The execution has had a lasting impact on the show, basically defining in motion everything that’s happened since. But up up to now, a question has persisted …
What were Ned Stark’s final words?
If you appear closely at Ned in his final seconds, you can see he’s whispering something. For the longest day, fans have been wondering, what was he mumbling?
The theories about Ned’s final words are wild. Some indicate he was delivering one of the show’s favorite phrases, “valar morghulis, ” meaning all men must die. Others propose that Ned was thinking about Jon Snow’s secret parentage, perhaps telling, “I retained my promise” as he died. And there are people who argue Ned was trying to communicate with Bran( Isaac Hempstead Wright ), who might have time-traveling capabilities.
There’s even speculation that Ned could’ve warged or somehow switched torsoes, thus not succumbing at all. In fact, theoreticians who suppose Ned Starkis still alive belief his secret final words could lend credence to that speculation.
Well, in an interview with HuffPost about his new demonstrate “The Oath, ” Sean Bean defined things straight.
Ned was … “just saying a prayer.”