A general view of show props at HBO's "Game of Thrones" Season 6 behind the scenes fan event at Hollywood & Highland on December 9, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Tasia Wells/WireImage)

Whether they turn out to be true or not, getting updated on the latest Game of Thrones fan theories has become a great new passion for us all. It is like a cool new hobby and almost every viewer is into it. A major chunk of spoilers originate from these fan theories. Especially, the Game of Thrones Reddit theories, as they’re always the first preference for any GoT fan. And, the best part of it is the Game of Thrones conspiracy theories that keep everyone hooked. Thanks to these fan theories, it is okay if someone misses out the latest Game of Thrones episode because they can just watch a Game of Thrones recap video and switch over to the fan theories. That’s why, if you haven’t watch Game of Thrones season 6, episode 6, Blood of My Blood,” last night, then these fan theories are about blow your mind!

Before we take a look at the top three Game of Thrones fan theories on Reddit, most of us must feel confused as to why we chose all of them from a single source. Believe it or not, Reddit is one of the most genuine sources for such stuff and/or any other matter related to breaking down fiction. Researching the fictional novels is no piece of cake, and certainly not the Game of Thrones novels. That’s why Reddit’s users do a good in-depth study and consider every detail before putting forth a fan theory.

The Game of Thrones Reddit theories are based on those intricate details that a normal viewer may have overlooked. Having a sort of the “read between the lines” angle to it, these theories are put forth in a way that answer any argument debated. Take a look at the Game of Thrones season 6 fan theories below, and you will realize how they prove the chances of becoming true.

Top 3 Game of Thrones Fan Theories on Reddit

Who is Coldhands?

Every fan who starts off jotting down some versions or theories knows that the novels are the only way to begin with. George R. R. Martin’s novels have had dozens of characters that have not been featured on Game of Thrones series yet. One of them is Coldhands, a mysterious figure living beyond The Wall. As far as Game of Thrones ending theories, the fans were eager to see any episode of season six ending with a glimpse of Coldhands. Some were even excited to believe that Benjen Stark (Joseph Mawle), who returned in last night’s Blood of My Blood” episode, is Coldhands. Martin has cleared these speculations by confirming that Coldhands is a completely different character. You’ll be surprised to know that Coldhands looks much like a White Walker but is not at all cruel and is not animated like the wights. If this fan theory turns out to be true, it will be great to see Coldhands in the rest of the Game of Thrones‘ season six.

Is Bran Stark the Lord of Light?

Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) has special powers that make him a sacred figure in the Game of Thrones universe. After watching Game of Thrones season 6, episode 6, we saw what Bran can do with his visions, and how he has now become the Three-Eyed Raven. But, there’s a theory that believes Bran is also the Lord of Light, a supernatural being who’s reincarnated in Bran’s body. His powers to see the dark future as well as the deep past has made many realize that there’s someone else in Bran’s body; that Bran’s spirit is, in fact, millions of years old. It would be a shocker if Bran turns out to be the Lord of Light. Then, he’d probably be worshiped by the Red Woman and the other Priestesses as well as by the White Walkers.

Will the Mountain Kill King Tommen?

Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson) is the strongest warrior in the Game of Thrones world, and there is no reason for him to be weakened by anything. This season, the Mountain has become even stronger and is completely dedicated to protecting Cersei (Lena Headey) and killing all her enemies. But, the latest Game of Thrones recap on Blood of My Blood” will let you know the unfortunate soul coming in front of the Mountain. It is King Tommen Baratheon (Dean-Charles Chapman), the son of Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Cersei Lannister, who defies his own parents by supporting the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce). If Cersei stops caring for Tommen, the Mountain will rip him apart in just one go. This could turn out to be the best Game of Thrones ending theory for season six.