sj4iy Posted May 5, 2016 Share Posted May 5, 2016 1 hour ago, Net-Viper X said: I don't think it should release him from his vows, since he isn't really dead. The vows don't specify that if you happen to die and be brought back then you are off the hook. Its service for all the days of your life, and if he has been brought back then he has life again, and that life belongs to the Watch. Even if they do decide that since he was killed he can be let off from his vows, I hope he turns it down. Jon chose of his own will to be a man of the watch and I hope he stays true to that. He chose that life when he was essentially just a child who knew nothing of the real world...and the reason he chose that life was to prove he could be honorable even as a bastard. It's the naive thinking of a boy. He's a man now, and I would hope that he would realize that there's more to life than honor and duty...and that he's been wasting his life worrying about what other people will think of him instead of actually trying to live his life. I don't want to see him imprison himself out of a sense of 'duty' or 'honor'...I want to see him take this second chance at life as a sign that he wasn't meant to rot away in a prison camp of his own making. That he has the right to be happy and to live his life without worrying what others think of him. Otherwise, what's the point of his rebirth? If he's going to be the same as before, then there is no point. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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