Mon ami Posted July 6, 2020 Share Posted July 6, 2020 On 6/28/2020 at 12:14 PM, Kierria S said: Jon Snow will be the alpha dire wolf among the Starks. He will be the King In The North while the long winter holds the land in its grip. But Jon is not going to be the king of Westeros. I am afraid the Seven Kingdoms is not going to have all its kingdoms for the remainder of the series. The north is hell bent on independence and they will get what they want, and will deeply regret it. But that is a long topic on its own and deserve its own section. We may get hints of a very strong monarch in the South like Daenerys Targaryen putting together a game plan for when the Spring comes back but we will not get to see the continent in a united form. The title of the last volume will be A Dream of Spring. So yeah, I think Daenerys will be dreaming and hoping for the winter to finally go away so she can rebuild Westeros into one realm under Targaryen rule. Jon Snow and his personality bears striking similarity to Mance Rayder. He will be a more suitable choice to lead a tribe of wildlings. He is absolutely not the right person to govern a kingdom. He is a rule breaker and not one to make them. Jon is terrible at enforcing rules equally and shows favoritism and bias. One need look no further because he treated Mance and Janos differently when both men are under his command. Justice will be hard to come by under Jon Snow. But he could do well with the Wildlings where might sort of makes right. He belongs in a people where a man who can take the girl away from another man by force is the winner. Jon is the last person anybody should want on the Iron Throne. His time at the wall proves that. Jon is the next in line to be the heir to Mance Rayder. Ramsay is about to execute Mance. Jon has already the Wildlings in his pocket. He would do well with the free folk. They are his people. Jon should not rule over the North and certainly he should not rule over Westeros. He would be terrible at it. He lacks the discipline and the dedication. But he would fit right in with the free folk. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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