balerionsteel. Posted August 4, 2016 Share Posted August 4, 2016 I have become increasingly convinced that Jon's parentage will be absolutely irrelevant to everyone involved in the story besides the viewers. The evidence, even with an unseen witness such as how land appearing, it spotty at best for the realm to get behind. And what purpose will it serve him? He is already King in the North. He is already the most likely candidate for dany to marry for political gain, to unite the realm either for political purposes or against the WW. At that point, without knowing his parentage he will be king of westeros. The only time his parentage will come into play whatsoever is during the battle of the WW bran will tell him what he has seen. Jon will be very skeptical of this as it will rock his world, until a critical moment during battle and Jon finally owns it and hops on one of the available dragons to head into battle. In fact knowing his parentage can only turn him off from marrying dany. This is known.(not really) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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