Commander Jon Snow

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  1. Jon, Daenerys, Tyrion, Cersei, Jaime
  2. Depends on what you mean by evil.. she is definetely a very gray character. Will she be an antagonist who all the Starks will heroically join together and defeat? Nah lol. Popular theory but not happening She'll still be one of the main protagonists regardless of whether readers consider a bad guy or not
  3. I think he just jumped the gun when he went into fanfic territory. His first major spoiler leak about the North was written in a similar format. Dude just jumped the shark. He seems like a hardcore Jon Snow stan and since /r/freefolk is full of those people, they were more likely to look past his BS because they want to believe his fanfiction.
  4. The storyboards are what actually had me. Gotta give props. That was very well done trolling. He should have stuck to that and I would probably be believing him right now. It was when he posted the 'spoilers' in the North yesterday that made it obvious that he was BSing. This was just too much lol. He went from posting storyboards to posting fanfic. That's when he jumped the shark
  5. Not surprised. His "spoilers" were total crap. Half the stuff he was saying probably hasn't even been done in post-production. He went from not knowing what Arya was saying in his one 'storyboard' to knowing full dialog between characters including their thoughts and motivations (which would never be in a script anyway) along with all the CGI animals present and the sounds they made which also will not have even been done yet. He was a very entertaining, I'll give him that. But he's like the anti-Lads. Lads gave us info and then subsequent filming info supported what he was saying. This guy is taking those filming info and Lad's outline to make his fanfiction. He just tripped up today by claiming he saw Emilia and Peter filming together when we have proof Emilia was on the other side of Spain that day.
  6. I was okay with cine for the most part until his post yesterday which was a little too detailed with the CGI and character thoughts (that would never be on a script) for me. Now I am thinking that he is full of shit but I'll see
  7. Even if incest is 'bad', that still doesn't mean it isn't going to happen. Hell, Jon and Dany being related is the one reason I never considered this relationship to be cliche. In the end, I think there's been a solid amount of foreshadowing to the two getting together at some point in the story
  8. In the books, Bran is not even the heir anymore because of Robb's will. If Bran becomes Lord of Winterfell, it will be because Jon dies or because Jon sits the IT. He will probably not be giving him his seat in either medium before the very end.
  9. SanSan unfortunately probably won't happen, I think. Most of the hints that the creators talked about were before they knew the ending of the books. Literally, the moment they found out the end of each character in the books, they never even mentioned SanSan. Doesn't bode very well for it I think
  10. Dany has married for political purposes twice now. In the books, there is the possibility she will marry Vic or Euron for political reasons again. If she does marry towards the end of the series, I think she will marry for love. And both books and show, I think Jon Snow is the most obvious choice. "Blue rose on the wall" and "bride of fire". It seems obvious but I don't see why it wouldn't happen. They both are each other's types, have a very similar history of learning to be a leader, and have had to make difficult decisions (I think Jon when he is resurrected in the books will be much darker than he was before)
  11. Ok I apologize. I thought you refused to accept it any bit. My bad. As for sweetness, that was always an option but the inverse was always just as possible. Sometimes the curtain is just blue You'd have a point if Dany was actually my favorite character. She's def in my top 5 but my favorite character is actually Jon. Just look at my username And she actually is the heir to the throne because Aerys disinherited Rhaegar and his children and named Viererys his heir. (Source:The World of Ice and Fire). Viserys then named her Princess of Dragonstone and his heir.
  12. Not true at all. I remember Lyanna Stark was a strong proponent of it. Patrickstormborn as well. There were many others but I haven't posted in this forum in a while so I don't remember their names. Many book readers have been predicting it since A Clash of Kings... which came out in 1998. That's a solid 13 years before the TV show came out. Can't say they were biased by the show if they were predicting it so well in advance That's true but I actually consider that it might not happen. You have refused that it even has the possibility of happening. And sweetness being negative doesn't mean they won't get together. It could just as easily mean that it ends negatively with one or both dying
  13. I think you just ignored everything I wrote... Hell, I even addressed Sansa I said that D&D know the ENDING of the story and the ENDGAME of all the main characters. What happens till then is completely FanFiction. The showrunners have already said the story will diverge and then ultimately converge to the book plot in the end. They know the broad outline of the story. Of course, the story with Ellaria and Dorne is all FanFiction. They only know the endgame of the main characters (which I assume are Tyrion, Jon, Dany, Arya, Bran, Sansa, Jaime, Cersei). All other characters will completely diverge from their story in the book. As for Aegon, all his exclusion tells me is that he most likely will not sit the IT in the end lol. I think that of most characters that were straight up cut like Val, Lady Stoneheart, etc.. They clearly don't have a major role in the endgame Is it really fanservice if so many people hate it? Also, a lot of people have been predicting it since 1998 so it's not like its some couple that has no chance of happening. The HOTU Prophesy showed that Jon/Dany ALWAYS had a chance of happening. Especially considering that chapter is probably the most prophetic in the entire series. Foreshadowing in that scene probably trumps any other line because there are already things mentioned there that happened (Red Wedding, Aegon, etc..). Just because you don't like it doesn't mean it won't happen
  14. Yes... that's what I was saying. The road to the end is completely different. Ramsay shanking Bolton probably won't happen. The Battle of the Bastards won't happen. Barristan won't die fighting Harpies. Sansa isn't going to marry Ramsay but the end result... “The lucky part is that George works with us and he’s a producer on the show,” Benioff says. “Last year we went out to Santa Fe for a week to sit down with him and just talk through where things are going, because we don’t know if we are going to catch up and where exactly that would be. If you know the ending, then you can lay the groundwork for it. And so we want to know how everything ends. We want to be able to set things up. So we just sat down with him and literally went through every character.” “I can give them the broad strokes of what I intend to write, but the details aren’t there yet,” Martin says. “I’m hopeful that I can not let them catch up with me. And it’s my hope that long before they catch up with me I’ll have published The Winds of Winter, which’ll give me another couple years. It might be tight on the last book, A Dream of Spring, as they juggernaut forward.” They know the endgame of every main character and the broad strokes of the main story. They even say that they will converge at the same place. GRRM even says that he gave them the broad strokes of the story but the details aren't there. Meaning he doesn't know how to get there but they know where the story is going.
  15. 1. They have more foreshadowing than any other character. The Bride of Fire is better foreshadowing than anything for any other character in the series. 2. Again, they straight up know the end of the series. They literally know the fate of each of the main characters of the story. The way they reach the end is fanfiction because even George hasn't figured out how to get to the end yet (if he had, we wouldn't be waiting so long ). But the actual ending is the same. They've been saying this since season 4 or so. Let's look at what George has said. He said that he doesn't know how he's getting to the end but there are things that he has known since the beginning. That includes: - who sits the IT in the end - the fates of each of the main characters (Tyrion, Jon, Arya, Dany, etc..) - who marries who This ain't theories anymore. This is the author of the series talking about his ending. And the showrunners have that information and are moving to that same ending. I think part of the reason people are upset is because with so much time since aDwD ending, they've made much of their own internal fanfiction about how the story will go and now that the story is moving in a different direction, they are mad. tldr: If Dany and Jon hook up in the endgame in the show, they will in the books. D&D know the final fates of both main characters and who marries who from George. That isn't their theory. That is something they got from George themselves