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  1. cury

    Jon's first chapter

    Yes, I think he thought about wanting to be a Stark but he rejected Stannis' proposal. I hope that in the books Robb did legitimize him, so we can see how he feels about that. I said his fate is bitter I meant his love life because he loved Ygritte, but she died (to some degree it was also his fault) and then, at least in the show, he loved Dany and he killed her. And as Maester Aemon said "A Targaryen alone in the world is a terrible thing".
  2. Jon Snow’s first chapter in the first book starts like that: “There were times-not many, but a few-when Jon Snow was glad he was a bastard.” Having watched the finale, now, I think this is a foreshadowing of his ultimate fate. He doesn't want to be a lord commander, a Stark, King of the North, Heir to the Iron Throne or King of the Seven Kingdoms, sometimes, like in the end, he is happy being just a bastard, living his life away from lord and thrones, wars and politics. I think his fate is more bitter than sweet, cause he's lost so much and I will miss this wonderful character, but he is probably closest to being happy now.
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    Seeing the bigger bigger picture.

    I think that one possible meaning is Man should become one with Nature, because otherwise Nature will fight back and if we are not working together we would be destroyed. The Children are Nature, the Others are Nature's weapon, and Bran and the Greenseers in general are the merge of man and Nature. But, of course, ASOIAF is a giant story and it could have so many different ideas and meanings hidden there. Edit: I just realised this is my first post in the forum and I've joined 6 years ago
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