Started by diggler, June 06, 2011, 02:39:04 PM
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Quote from: Robyn on April 16, 2019, 06:45:49 AMPerhaps Jon Snow will eventually turn on her and perhaps Daenerys will kill him for not being loyal and not bending the knee. She has to do something drastic for the viewers to look at her as the villian. She started of with good intentions, but I think that have changed along the way. Thev'e hinted about it. And she hasn't talked about "breaking the wheel" for a long time.
Quote from: Sleepless on April 16, 2019, 10:57:46 AMYou might be on to something there. I don't really want either Jon or Dany to "win" as both are kinda boring and for either one to win wouldn't really be in-keeping with GOT's reputation for subverting the genre.
Quote from: Drenk on April 16, 2019, 12:19:54 PMAlso, in my theory, Sansa goes with Cersei because Daenerys kills Jon. I don't think she'll accept that he's the legitimate heir. Sansa will have to be cynical.
Quote from: Jeremy Blackman on April 16, 2019, 12:31:31 PMHow many times does Jon have to tell you that he doesn't want the crown? I don't understand the premise of your point here — do you expect Jon to pursue the throne? He doesn't want any of this nonsense.
Quote from: Drenk on April 16, 2019, 12:47:10 PMOh, I do think that Jon learning that he's a Targaryen changes his perceptions about his duties and, hell, the way he sees himself. He could consider the Throne. Especially if Sansa pushes him, considering he's still "family". But Daenerys can also see him as a threat to *her* legitimacy. These are basic reasons: the path to an actual betrayal would be more complicated than that.
Quote from: Sleepless on April 16, 2019, 01:55:17 PMQuote from: Jeremy Blackman on April 16, 2019, 12:31:31 PMHow many times does Jon have to tell you that he doesn't want the crown? I don't understand the premise of your point here — do you expect Jon to pursue the throne? He doesn't want any of this nonsense.No, but I think Dany has become so power mad that when she finds out the truth about Jon, she'll preemptively strike for fear of him making the claim - even though we know he likely never would.
Quote from: polkablues on May 24, 2016, 06:39:59 PMI want and expect them to go all the way down the rabbit hole and come out the other side. I've long felt that a major theme of the overarching story is that the events of history are essentially an immovable force, that the players of the game are more swept up in the wave than they actually affect it, despite all their vanities to the contrary. How perfect a culmination of that thesis would it be to discover in the end that the whole of this world's history is a closed causal loop?