AegonTargaryen Posted June 21, 2012 Share Posted June 21, 2012 Firstly I decided to post in the still reading section to ensure no spoilers and to discuss with folks who are at the same place in the series.Okay, so there is a lot of circumstantial evidence that Jon Snow is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. What mostly comes to mind is the Tower of Joy, the Kingsguard with Lyanna, The blue winter rose on a wall of ice in the house of the undying, and so on and so forth. Also, I find it a little odd that we are always reminded of Jon's burnt hand, I feel like there's going to be something up with that.Anyways, at this point I would be SHOCKED if Jon was actually Ned Stark's bastard from Wylla. I was wondering if there was any evidence of Jon being who Ned says he is. I don't recall Ned ever explicitly saying that Jon is his son, only that he is his "blood". So, suppose yourself at a trial trying to argue that Jon is Ned's bastard from Wylla, what evidence would you present to refute the R+L=J theory? And which theory would the jury support in your opinion? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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