Game Of Thrones season 6
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Game Of Thrones season 6 is less than a month away from its grand premiere and fans are eagerly waiting to see whether or not Jon Snow will be brought back to life. But he is not the only character whose fate hangs in the balance. A trailer released recently by HBO hints at more deaths in the blockbuster series, an adaptation of George RR Martin's best-selling novel series A Song Of Ice And Fire.

The trailer contains scenes featuring the lead characters including, Jaime, Sansa, Arya, Tyrion, Cersei, Theon and Bran. In one of those brief scenes, High Sparrow can be heard saying "We deserve death, we all do."

The promo then swiftly shifts to Jaqen H'Ghar who weighs in more deaths during the battle of the throne. "One way or another, a gift will be given. One way or another, a face will be added to the hall".

In Game Of Thrones mythology, the Hall of Faces is a house that displays the dead. The hall was revealed in season 5 of the HBO fantasy drama where Arya Stark was appointed as an acolyte. Jaqen H'ghar, a Faceless Man, guided her through the terrifying hall which lies inside a secret chamber within the House of Black and White.

In the series, every character is prone to death and the shock value drives fans crazy (fans are still reeling from Jon Snow's death). Meanwhile, Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth in the fantasy series, teased a shocking premiere episode. "Yes, there was something that I was like, I knew it was coming at some point. People had talked about it before to me but I wasn't sure when it was going to happen. This is really vague... it's in episode one already," he told Express UK.

The Irish actor also hinted at an unpredictable situation for priestess Mesliandre. "The first episode to kick off with [Mesliandre] – without saying anything again – is astonishing. There's absolutely amazing stuff coming [up], just so left of field, unexpected. And just watching your and my favourite characters being put in these situations, that are just so unpredictable and just so unexpected, it's one of the trademarks of the show," he added.

Game Of Thrones season 6 will premiere on 24 April on HBO.

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