The Doctor's Consort

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    Jon's Queen Consort or JQC Jedi Weapon Master

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  1. It doesn't look like that. I have read his PoVs carefully and I have seen his struggles to do the best that he can no matter what result it will have to him. You may say that the fact that he cares about others is what make him boring, I say that this is what makes him the leading male character.
  2. So you hate him and I can understand hate but that is not the same with him being one dimensional character. His conflicted thoughts and moral dilemmas prove that he isn't a one dimensional character
  3. You really believe that Jon is one-dimensional character? Have you missed his PoVs?
  4. If they had maybe but we don't know if they did and since the Valyrians were not the only that had dragons I don't see how they are. After all at least the First Men seems to also have magic genes and the Durrandons had Gods' genes. Then why they didn't rule over themselves and they went to rule over common people?
  5. The reforging has already started, by understanding the vows, as to the sacrifice I always thought that it will be Ned's lessons to Jon about idiotic close minded honor.
  6. No, the High Septon did it to secure his niece's title. Fine.
  7. High Septon's niece, Ceryse Hightower, was the first wife and a second was was a threat to her, her title and her family. Especially since she hasn't given birth to a child something that a second wife could had done.
  8. Maybe it isn't even a weapon but a group of people. I believe that the Night's Watch is Lightbringer.
  9. I don't think that it is an actual sword but Jon is AAR.
  10. Polygamy was never illegal because it wasn't mentioned in the books. Personally I don't care if Jon is trueborn or not and I don't care if someone claims that the Targs have a claim at all.
  11. To answer about the sacrifice someone have to ask why a background character will end up being the Hero at the end. In any case, I don’t think that AAR has to reforge his Lighbringer through sacrificing anyone or that his sword will need to be reforged. Let alone a background character becoming the ultimate Savior.
  12. There are no text proofs to point at this. Heck even Hazzea's father wanted to blemish Drogon's reputation he would had done it in front of others, he didn't. Even Dany herself admits that it was Drogon only Shavepate thinks that he wasn't the one to blame.
  13. No one disagrees with that. The point is that the Targs were morally wrong to deceive the rest of Westeros in order to use them.
  14. You can believe whatever you want, the fact is that we have examples of the Seven being present at the North before the Targs and the fact that even under the King of the Isles and the Rivers the Riverlords were not forced to follow the Drowned God pretty much prove that you are wrong. After all religion was a tool at their hands and it is proved that they never trully followed the Seven. If they had followed them they wouldn't had broke their law.
  15. Only the Targs never gave up anything.