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Pero the first of His name

I know how it will end

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All hail the Night King of the Others, Wights and Icy Spiders, Lord of the Frozen Kingdoms and Protector of Winter,

our Dear Leader King Jon-Un.

Moved to OP:

Oh. Kim Jong Un. The eternally 12 year old fat little kid dictator of North Korea. How could I forget someone SO significant.

From http://listverse.com...ut-kim-jong-il/:

The “Fact”: He had a supernatural birth

According to North Korean historical literature, Kim Jong Il was born in a log cabin inside a secret base on Korea’s most sacred mountain, Mt. Paekdu. At the moment of his birth, a bright star lit up the sky, the seasons spontaneously changed from winter to spring, and rainbows appeared.

His father was the previous AA, so clearly important.

He will become AA Reborn, and fight against the evil King Jon-Un.

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And they are in the Northern side too, which makes it fit even more.

Anyway Id pick this over him being King of Westeros or KiTN.

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Eew. Please no. I would feel like my entire love of the books, all the time I've spent on sites like this, would have been a complete waste of my life.

plus, all bitter, no sweet. We're looking for bittersweet.

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no thank you

i'll stick to my "The Ned reborn theory"

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It'd be "UnJon".

And no.

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All hail the Night King of the Others, Wights and Icy Spiders, Lord of the Frozen Kingdoms and Protector of Winter,

our great leader King Jon-Un.

Always been my theory too. You summarized 20 pages of info in one sentence. Nicely done.

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no thank you

i'll stick to my "The Ned reborn theory"

Is this an actual theory of yours or are you being sarcastic?

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Is this an actual theory of yours or are you being sarcastic?

Sarcastic , sorry for any confusion :laugh:

That exists?

only in my dreams :crying:

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As Jon-Un's head rolled down the stairs leading up to the iron throne, the new Great King to his place. King Pounce, with Queen Whiskers and his hand, Boots, at his side, stretched out his furry frame and swore to rule over Westeros with an iron paw.

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I think it might be possible.

Jon Snow was only a few words away from becoming the second Nights king. He had the power, all he had to do was declare himself a king.

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Gee! that ending would be depressing, the bad guys completely take over.

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Gee! that ending would be depressing, the bad guys completely take over.

Well, there's quite a few people on here that like the badguys or somehow believe that a happy ending is bad writing, and believe that GRRM is a saviour come to the mainstream fantasy genre that will flip all conventions and tropes on their heads, including the happy or bittersweet ending.

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This was just a thread summarizing what some others think, not me really.

I am glad someone caught the " our Dear Leader King Jon-Un" :drunk:

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Gee! that ending would be depressing, the bad guys completely take over.

Not completely. King Jon-un would only unite North and South, liberating the oppressed from the imperialist andogs.

Jon knows nothing of the rest of the world. WORLD PEACE ACHIEVED.

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Well, there's quite a few people on here that like the badguys or somehow believe that a happy ending is bad writing, and believe that GRRM is a saviour come to the mainstream fantasy genre that will flip all conventions and tropes on their heads, including the happy or bittersweet ending.

Yep. There are people here who would define Homer "too mainstream" and the Odissey "cheesy and full of tropes". They know better.

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I am glad someone caught the " our great leader King Jon-Un"

Dear Leader. Heh.

And all this time I thought it would end in Hot Pie's own bed, at the age of 80 with a bellyful of wine and a girl's mouth around his cock.

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