Han Snow Posted June 11, 2015 Share Posted June 11, 2015 Spoilers??? First of all his soul is in Ghost. And it will be there for most of TWOW. I doubt we'll see anything from Jon's perspective until the end of the book, but we will get a limited JoninGhost POV. So here it goes. Melisandre will try to save Jon and fail. Without his soul the body will be comatose but alive or just a meat puppet for her. Jon's soul/mind will, after the initial shock from dying, finally finish that dream of Winterfell crypts and meet his uncle/father Ned waiting for him with the truth of his parentage and more I presume. After that Bran and Bloodraven will get in contact with JonInGhost instructing him to go into the Heart of Winter. (highly speculative) Meanwhile we'll get all the rest that will happen in Westeros; crazy Cersei, Dany fighting her nephew Aegon in DOTD 2.0., Sansa killing Petyr and taking control of the Vale for herself, Stannis winning his battle for Winterfell, dealing with the Boltons (Ramsay survives), Manderly's and the rest of northern lords denying Stannis his claim on the north... Stannis is too weak to do anything about the defiance of the northern lords, so he decides to retreat to Castle Black. He'll arrive there at the end of the novel. By then the DOTD 2.0 will be finishing with Dany killing Aegon and consolidating her power. The Northern lords will declare for her and put Rickon forward as the Lord of Winterfell. So Stannis's cause is all but lost, yet he will still believe himself to be the rightful King and Savior of the mankind. So desperation and completely wrong conviction will make him consent to Mel's wishes to sacrifice Shireen so she can create her shadow dragons or whatever. So the great pyre will be started where Patchface and Shireen will be burned alongside Jon's comatose body, so Mel can use that potent blood of his. Then the unexpected magic of resurrection happens. Jon Snow's soul returns to his body and he walks out of the fire. The great stone Dragon. In a perfect scenario he'll kill Mel on the spot. Stannis will be lost in grief, guilt, doubt and that is when Selyse realizing the falseness of everything she had believed in will murder him (maybe with his own false sword?) Oh, and Ghost will die by the hand of whomever is leading the White Walkers (Night's King?) at the same time Mel is burning Jon. The book ends with WW's destroying the Wall with the horn of Joramun. So, is it plausible? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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