Game of Thrones
Kit Harington, who plays the popular character Jon Snow in "Game of Thrones" in "Battle of the Bastards." YouTube/GameofThrones

Fans have for long speculated that The Wall will be brought down before the White Walker invasion, and that may now happen in “Game of Thrones” Season 7. A new theory suggests that an unlikely candidate will be the one to bring it down.

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The TV series has a long tradition of teasing future events beforehand. Those who are able to decipher the hints and coded messages are able to accurately predict major events. A new theory surrounding The Wall is based on two dialogues from the TV series, The Huffington Post Reports.

The person who could bring down The Wall may be Euron Greyjoy
(Pilou Asbæk). The report points out how the character considers himself a god. He had previously told his brother that he was the Drowned god.

“I am the storm, brother. The first storm and the last,” Euron had told Balon (Patrick Malahide). This dialogue is being seen in the context of what Jon Snow (Kit Harington) said after the Battle of the Bastards. “The true enemy won’t wait out the storm. He brings the storm,” Jon had said.

For Euron to bring down The Wall in “Game of Thrones” Season 7, he will need the Horn of Winter or Horn of Joramun. The horn is currently in Samwell’s (John Bradley) possession, after he picked it up in the north in Season 2 along with some Dragonglass.

Samwell is currently in Oldtown, and for the horn to fall in Euron’s hands the latter needs to raid the city. With this horn he will have power over the Ice, and the book series revealed how he has another horn that can be used to control dragons, which represents fire.

Will Euron be responsible for bringing down The Wall in “Game of Thrones” Season 7? Another popular theory is that Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) could be responsible, as he has already been marked by the Night’s King.