Lord_Tywin_Lannister Posted March 12 Share Posted March 12 Both his parentage & Robb’s Will will be a huge shock to him. And that’s before we even talk about his possible resurrection. I know there are some that think Jon isn’t dead yet, but I disagree. The wounds he sustained, and the way they were described scream fatal. And as we know, when George brings someone back, the process of dying and resurrecting are traumatic. Which trauma changes those who have been revived, and I believe it will change Jon. We see with Lady Stoneheart that her feelings of hate & anger are enhanced by it. I imagine Jon feels betrayed and angry. And he’ll change accordingly. Imagine him then finding out that he is Robb’s Heir, something he has always wanted. The. finding out his father, who he trusted more than anyone in the world, lied to him his entire life. Such feelings of betrayal and anger could be magnified. In this scenario I could totally see Jon leaving the NW, using the “dead” loophole, and going to claim Winterfell in a fit of anger. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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