“Game of Thrones” Season 6 will reportedly introduce a new High Priestess. The resume of a new cast member reveals the role. Meanwhile, leaks from the production set reveal what is happening with the Dothraki and Daenerys Targaryen.

According to resume of Souad Faress posted on Spotlight, she is currently filming her scenes for the popular fantasy TV series as a High Priestess. Faress’ agency, The Narrow Road Company, had previously announced that she will be filming her scenes in October. The resume does not confirm that the character belongs to the same sect as Carice Van Houten’s character Melisandre, who is also known as the Red Priestess.

A previously leaked casting video had suggested that a High Priestess named Kinvara would be introduced in the show next year. The main objective of the character will be to bring peace to the city of Meereen. [Spoiler alert]

According to the leaked casting video, the High Priestess is from the Red Temple of Volantis and she will have a conversation with Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) and Varys (Conleth Hill) in Meereen. Their conversation will revolve around how they can bring order to the city.

The main task of Tyrion in “Game of Thrones” Season 6 is to ensure that the people of Meereen listen to him and accept Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) as their queen. Tyrion wants to use the High Priestess for propaganda and she accepts, as she believes that Daenerys will be the one who will save the world.

Daenerys, however, was last seen far away from Meereen and she was surrounded by Dothraki riders. According to a report by WatchersOnTheWall, Daenerys will be taken to a Dothraki camp and Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) and Daario Naharis (Michiel Huisman) will be looking for ways to rescue their queen.

One of the scenes in “Game of Thrones” Season 6 apparently shows a Dothraki temple on fire. The fire may be caused by Drogon and the Dothraki are said to be “impressed” by the dragon. Daenerys may have been in the fire and when she comes out of the fire unburnt; it makes the Dothraki to “adore her.”

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