You can also see different shades of white and blue at first in our featured image above. It’s not even all white to start with.The whiteness was just the color of the snow behind it, which changed to black when Jon came into the shot. Sorry if that bums you out, we didn’t mean to burst your bubble like a an ice javelin hitting a dragon, but this was a happy accident.But honestly? I’m really glad this was just an optical illusion, because as far as Game of Thrones questions go this one wasn’t too hard.And I honestly have no idea what it would have meant if a sword came to life.Did you catch this when you watched the episode? What did you make of it? What about this explanation? Open our eyes with your thoughts below.
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