Even if Jon is Targaryen, Sansa is still his cousin sister. It thrives on shared values, and when both parties want similar things out of life. Sometimes, she rebukes him for this, others not. A simple marriage would preserve those three and bring them to Dany, while the North gets badly needed reinforcements. Jon and Arya had the much more traditionally close brother and sister relationship. Jon and Daenerys would make a fierce couple In the South, Cersei Lannister seems to have found the perfect ally as Euron Greyjoy's fleet gives an improbable upper hand consolidating the Lannister's reign over the Narrow Sea. Dragonriders - The Targaryens didn't just send dragons into battle, they trained them and rode them.
Later in the battle, Jorah will kill the Night King but die in the doing of it ending the war. Speaking of marriages, though, there's also speculation that Cersei Lannister might make an alliance with Euron Greyjoy, who needs a rebound queen after Dany ran off with the other Greyjoys before Euron could offer his c-ck on a platter. Cousins they may be, and while that itself is not considered taboo, they have both viewed eachother as siblings since they were big enough to know what that meant. Speaking of these two houses, there's another part of history reported by Refinery29 that's quite interesting. Both Sansa and Jon are way too honorable to do that. If he was, he would probably not break her marriage promise and provoke a civil war either.
He has pledged his loyalty to Dany, and it makes sense that the other lords will follow the person who shepherded them through the war and defeated the Night King. Although it would be slightly out of character, Daenerys might forgive Jon for cutting in front of her in the line of succession, and arrange a marriage alliance with Jon anyway, to secure her own precarious position. Whoever is left standing will probably be bone-weary of fighting, and more concerned about their own immediate survival than who sits on the Iron Throne. It seems like they combined the motives of Darkstar, and Arianne Martell into Ellaria Sand which makes no sense. Politics - Daenerys leaves her paramour, Daario Naharis, back in Essos knowing she'll have to marry once she takes the Iron Throne to cement allegiances and, most importantly, carry on the Targaryen line.
She is a moral absolutist and often acts without mercy when faced with an enemy or defector. As he did when Stannis gave him the opportunity to be Lord of Winterfell. Darkstar seems to have wanted house Martell to crumble but Arianne and Ellaria from the book wouldn't want that but it seems show Ellaria does for some strange reason show version succession in Dorne seems to be if you kill the boss you become the boss, fuck Ellaria and the Sandsnakes, I hope they all die for their stupidity. And he sees her emotionally as sister. He does appear not to be for this world. One problem, however: as we found out in episode 10,. And should she not form a union with Jon, the door is open for another man to take her hand in marriage: Jorah Mormont Iain Glen.
If Jon Snow's relation with Daenerys will go into a new phase with both trusting each other, it's possible to have another eye-catching wedding by the end of this season. Jon and Dany are the most likely to forge an unseen path rather than choose the lesser of two evils. The thing is, neither Jon or Daenerys know this fact. The included an incredible number of shocking, gasp-inducing moments, along with a number of quieter ones. Daenerys, who has been sensible enough to accept counsel from people who knew her father better — is aware of all of this. So by the end of season 8, the Great War will be won, Dany will be Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, Jon will be her consort and Warden of the North, and peace and prosperity will reign throughout Westeros, just like the last time a Targaryen sat on the Iron Throne and a Stark was Warden of the North.
So although Dany may initially be jarred by the knowledge that he was born Aegon Targaryen instead of Jon Snow, ultimately she knows who he is, and will be able to overcome her baser instincts. That goes all the way back to , who married both of his full-blood sisters. Their allegiance was confirmed by the —Rhaenyra promised the Starks that a Targaryen princess would marry into their house in exchange for the Northern army's support. They fall in love, alas one is a fiery tyrant and the other a cold undead. Maybe are just making a verbal alliance right now, but you know you want to see these two get married. If the past is prologue then the future of GoT may already be written. I want Sansa to be her own person who makes her own choices.
I think your point about Dany being a lonely character despite all her advisors applies to Jon, too. Nah, we don't believe that Dany or Jon will die anytime soon, but they may not marry either. The Song of Ice and Fire - While the is prophesied to belong to the Prince That Was Promised, it's also the collective name of Martin's book series. Jon with house stark, Tyrion with house Lannister after Dany kills Cersi and Jaime and Gendry to house Baratheon. Jon will be off fighting at this point but Jorah will be with her. Maybe politically, it makes sense, I honestly don't know how I would feel about that, I'd have to speak to the producers about that one. There is no chance of Jon and Sansa marrying.
As Arya proves; or the kingslayer. Having to light a fire for love suggests that there was no love to begin with, that there may have been other easier and more infatuous loves, however over time, the love for this person starts to burn. Game of thrones has unveiled the first season 7 poster! A union could help quell complaints from the lords of the North who would not want to see Jon renounce his claim as King in the North by bending the knee. There's no need for them to marry just like Jon isn't marrying Val or any other wilding woman for the sake of an alliance between the Night's Watch and the wildings. Her future spouse and nephew, Jon Snow. As for Daenerys, she originally wanted the Iron Throne because it belonged to her daddy. First let's look at who these two people surround themselves with.
Daenerys may be weirded out by the idea at first, but it makes sense… especially because the Targaryen blood. Parallels between Jon Snow and Daenerys GameOfThronespic. You don't detect that, you just burn him to a crisp when he doesn't kneel to you. Two creatures who can fight the cold the Direwolf and the Dragon. For me, the ideal scenario assuming they both survive and Dany takes the throne is one where Daenerys finally finds a family member who is worthy of her time and trust, and that — if the White Walkers are defeated — in his aunt, Jon finds someone to whom he can hand the mantle of leadership before retiring to the quiet life that he so craves and deserves, out of the limelight and relieved of the pressures of ruling that would inevitably come with marrying the queen of the Seven Kingdoms. The Riverlands belonged to House Frey, but Walder is dead.
Whether it is against the White Walkers and the army of the dead or against Daenerys' troops, the two getting together only makes more sense. Setting the basis of a historical alliance between Winterfell and the people behind the Wall, he is considered the King of the North and the only one capable to lead the people throughout the Long Night. This is likely to be the only time incest will be openly supported as a storyline — once again, proving how unique Game of Thrones is to television. She also wants the vale to help, and preferably do that without going through littlefinger who is a threat. Regarding the question that started this post, I still think Jon and Dany could make a fine couple despite their differences.