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  1. Queen Sansa Stark

    Who will know about Jon Snow at the end?

    By your logic, the throne shouldn't exist in the first place. After all, it was the Targaryens, who united Westeros under one rule. Personally, I would like it if the Iron Throne was destroyed and the Seven realms become kingdoms once more. There was more peace before the conquest and I wouldn't be surprised if that is the route GRRM is going for. He likens the Targaryens taking over Westeros to Imperialism and Colonization.
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    Who will know about Jon Snow at the end?

    It's too easy that R + L = J is only relevant to the magical aspect of the story. Where is the human conflict in all of this? Realistically speaking it should be a bombshell. Danaerys will be enraged, especially if Jon is her 'treason for love', and I believe he's. The second Dance of Dragons will take place because of that. Jon, the poor boy, will have a huge internal conflict. He will not like it at all that he's a Targaryen. How will he feel about the fact that his grandfather killed his other grandfather (and uncle) on a lie? What would his thoughts be on the fact that because of his parents' union a civil war took place and thousands upon thousands died? Perhaps he will think it would have been better if he wasn't born at all. I certainly would think that.
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    Who will know about Jon Snow at the end?

    The North will care. It's safe to assume that Jon will be crowned King in the North in TWOW and if the Northerners come to find out that their king has Targaryen blood they will not like it one bit. That is the bittersweetness of the possible R+L=J revelation. All Jon ever wanted was to be a trueborn Stark and gets to be one, but at the same time, by Westerosi Patriachial standpoint, he isn't one and because of that he will be condemned by the place he considers home. In this scenario, 'The North Remembers' is a negative thing.
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    What should we expect from the Vale?

    I forgot to mention. Some of these mountain clansmen had been present during Sansa's wedding with Tyrion. If she would meet them it's highly likely some of them know she's married to Tyrion and would know not to do something with her. If you think about it Sansa IS the perfect person to be the diplomat for both the Vale and Clansmen. To the Vale, she would be Ned's daughter and the distant niece of Yohn Royce and to the Mountain Clansmen, she would be their benefactor's wife. However, with that said. There's also the possibility that Sansa's TWOW storyline can go in a completely different direction. In her very last AFFC chapter she learns that Jon has become the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch and she does sense Jon's death when she descends from the Eyrie. Plus the way her TWOW chapter ends is very ominous. Her identity as Sansa Stark could be exposed thanks to a failed kidnapping attempt and that forces her to flee the Vale and go to Castle Black in hope that Jon will keep her safe. In many ways, Sansa's storyline is very hard to predict. Personally, I am more in favor of the latter scenario. Right now, what Sansa needs the most is someone who she can trust and rely on unconditionally and Jon could provide that to her. In return, Sansa would give Jon the purpose he needs to keep going after he's resurrected.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    Don't see Sansa marrying Harry. Laid out plans never happen. The way this is set up it seems like something big will happen in the second chapter. Perhaps her identity will be exposed and the ambitious Harry would actually show interest in marrying. Sansa, who is repulsed by the thought of marrying, will be pushed to flee the Vale and go the only place she might get some protection: Castle Black. Going to the wall would be good to her. What Sansa needs right now is someone she can trust and rely on unconditionally - and Jon can provide that. She in return would give Jon the purpose and will to fight. And together they will, most likely, reclaim Winterfell.
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    The role of Jon Snow in TWoW

    The "little sister" can't by Arya, because she's in Braavos and therefore can't get to Castle Black around the time Jon is ressurected. She needs way more time. Sansa, though, is kind of close to Jon. If she decides to flee from the Vale very early, like for example by the end of her second chapter, she can get on time, especially when she goes by ship to White Harbor. Sansa would be at Castle Black just right when Jon has been brought back.
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    Rickon is destined to be new Lord of Winterfell

    I find it funny how everyone ignores all the the fact I laid down. We need to stop looking things at face value and follow the narrative and foreshadowing that has been sprinkled all over ASOIAF. At this point the most likely to rule in the North are Sansa and Jon together .
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    Rickon is destined to be new Lord of Winterfell

    While I do agree that Rickon´s role will differ from the TV-show he will not be the lord of Winterfell. He will most likely be a prince among the wildlings. The Prince of Skagos. As for who will rule in the North it will be Jon and Sansa together. They are the only ones who refer themselves as the blood of Winterfell, both of them are the only ones who dream of rebuilding Winterfell (and Sansa does that quite literally in her last ASOS chapter. And in the same chapter the dawn and new day is awfully a lot mentioned. It´s GRRM way of letting us know that Sansa will be one of those who will live in the end). And though all of the Stark children long for the pack Sansa and Jon are, once again, the only ones who dream to have a family of their own. Jon dreams of having a son who looks like Robb, Sansa dreams of having a daughter who looks like Arya. Those children they will only have with each other. This is a huge hint that the Stark Line will continue through them. In both of their narratives King and Queenhood is awfully a lot mentioned. Sansa and Jon will rule the North as King and Queen and bring a new era - just like Henry VII/Elizabeth York (historical figures Sansa and Jon are most like) brought the Tudor Era.
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    Minor characters you wanna see lose and why?

    Stannis. I have nothing against him but taking back Winterfell is a job that Sansa and Jon need to do.
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    The role of Jon Snow in TWoW

    Melisandre literally says: … for you are bastard born. I had not forgotten. I have seen your sister in my fires, fleeing from this marriage they have made for her. Coming here, to you. A girl in grey on a dying horse, I have seen it plain as day. It has not happened yet, but it will.” -Jon, A Dance with Dragons How can you ignore that line? Alys isn't his little sister. Sansa and Arya are. I said that the show can get some things right not everything. I am well aware of the will and I am grateful it exists. It will prevent any Northerner to have the gall of victim blaming Sansa.
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    The role of Jon Snow in TWoW

    The prophecy is about his little sister and Alys, though a distant relative, isn't Jon's little sister. More importantly, there is another factor that is not considered: the tv-show. Though it has a deviated a lot from the original source (something I deeply resent them for), there are some things they actually manage to get somewhat right. Sansa fleeing to Castle Black is something that happens in season 6 and that further strengthens the theory that Sansa may be the grey girl
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    The role of Jon Snow in TWoW

    This post explains it better than I ever could.
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    Prediction: Jon will become a direwolf

    You are right about one thing: Jon will warg into Ghost before his body dies, but it will be a temporary thing until he is resurrected.
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    The role of Jon Snow in TWoW

    Spot on. Sansa is the most likely to be the grey girl. We all assume it's Arya because Jon immediately jumps to that conclusion, when, in reality, all Melisandre says is "I see your younger sister." We all know how GRRM is. He likes to troll us. It's Sansa who thinks it would be sweet if she could meet Jon. It's Sansa who senses him dying when she descends from the Eyrie. As to why she escaping towards the Castle Black? Something tells me it has to do what will happen in her second chapter in TWOW. The way her first chapter ends is very ominous. I think what compels her to flee is somehow her identity as Sansa Stark will be revealed and someone who remembered and respected Ned (A Royce maybe?) helps her escape. As to how they will meet. Something tells me Sansa will meet Jon when his ghost is in Ghost.
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    The role of Jon Snow in TWoW

    To anyone who is assuming that the Stark family won't come and work together to withstand the long winter, may I remind you of the original title of the last book: A Time for Wolves. The lone wolf dies, but the pack survives And by the way, Jon IS a Stark. He looks like a Stark, was raised like a Stark and therefore HE IS A STARK.