Game of Thrones: Here's the Deal With Bran's Mark From the Night King

POPSUGAR Entertainment | 4/21/2019 | Ally Bautista
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Now that Bran Stark's creepy stare has cemented him as one of the most mysterious characters on Game of Thrones, it's hard to imagine a time when he wasn't so in tune with his Three-Eyed Raven identity. But he hasn't always known about his powers to see past, future, and current but slightly distant events. He had to learn how to use them, and it was in that time that he had a terrifying encounter with the Night King. As Bran mentions in the second episode of the final season, the Night King once left him with a mark that enables the undead leader to know his location.

If your memory of the past isn't as clear as Bran's, the Night King leaves this mark in season six. At that point, Bran's already met the previous Three-Eyed Raven after going on a mission beyond the wall to find him — though back then, he'd been dreaming of a literal raven with three eyes and didn't think he'd find an old man fused to a weirwood tree. The old Three-Eyed Raven begins training him in the art of greensight. This involves not just seeing visions of past and future events, but being present in them as well. As such, the old Three-Eyed Raven warns...
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