Why Did Jon Snow's Sword's Eye Open? Longclaw Mystery | Season 7 Ep. 6

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Find out! Why did Jon Snow's sword's eye open?

Why Did Jon Snow's Sword's Eye Open? Longclaw Mystery | Season 7 Ep. 6

A lot of Die hard GOT fans spotted an important clue in the latest episode of Game of Thrones, when Jon Snow pulled himself out of the water, but: Why did Jon Snow's sword's eye open?

Jon Snow's sword Longclaw is made of Valyrian steel and was given to him by Jeor Mormont.

In episode 6, the lastest Game of Thrones season 7 episode, when Jon Snow pulls himself out of the water and grabs his sword 'Longclaw,' it uggh, it sort of comes alive...

While the reveal was suble, it is very clear that Longclaw's eyes move.

See Jon Snow's Sword Longclaw Eyes Move In Picture 1 & 2 Below:

Jeor Mormont gave Longclaw to Jon Snow as a reward for saving his life from a white walker and before giving Jon the sword he changed the pommel from a bear to a direwolf, which is the sigil of House Stark.

The Lord Commander Jeor Mormont was quoted on the show as saying:

"It's my father's sword, and his father before him. The Mormonts have carried it for five centuries. It was meant for my son, Jorah. He brought dishonor to our House... but he had the grace to leave the sword before he fled from Westeros."

The new direwolf pommel is the part of Longclaw that comes alive.

So how did that happen exactly? The possibilities of a soul being trapped in there are quite high, or wait, is it Bran? Who knows! All we know right now is that this is a huge game changer and this little detail will spread its wings in the upcoming season.

However, at the end of season 7's epic episode 6, there were signs that there is even more meaning and perhaps mystical power behind this new Stark Valyrian steel weapon.

As you probably remember, Jon was given life again after the Red Woman performed a ceremony that brought him back from the dead. Lord of Light or not, whatever higher power chose to resurrect Snow from the dead perhaps armed his weapon Longclaw with a new life as well...

While the fan theories are endless as to what the true meaning behind Longclaw's "eye opening" scene truly means, one thing is clear.... Jon Snow's sword is DEFINITELY alive!

More Proof Jon Snow's Sword Is Alive:

Now that Jon Snow is the new King in the North, there are fan theories that Longclaw will become the new heirloom to replace House Stark's old blade 'Ice' (which Tywin Lannister melted down to use for their families Valyrian steel.)

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