Still, there are also a lot of reasons why this Sansa/Jon theory doesn't quite make sense. First, there are only so many noble families in Westeros, and it seems very likely that the Knight of the Seven Kingdoms correspondence to Sansa's "love" life is a coincidence. It's also possible that if this wedding does happen in the remaining Game of Thrones books, it won't happen on the show, as Sansa's plot has already diverged from the books with her marriage to Ramsay Bolton. Some very serious 'Game of Thrones' fans think they've found proof hidden by George R.R. Martin that Jon and Sansa are fated to marry. 'Game Of Thrones' Theory Has Sansa Stark Marrying Jon Snow Musi She also knows that a figure like Jon on the Iron Throne would mean a civil, easy life for the people of the Seven Kingdoms, the people lost in the muck of inner-politics Sansa is swimming around In the Season 8 trailer, Sansa, Jon, and Arya visit the crypts of Winterfell. Their graves are accompanied with statues—some fans think the sculptures of Sansa and Arya look like the characters at their current ages while Jon's looks older. The speculation is that it's a clue that Sansa and Arya will die in Season 8 while Jon goes on to live to the age he's represented in his statue.
. So when something with as much possibility as Jonsa comes across and doesn’t fit into it, they reject it outright. Sansa eventually outsmarted Littlefinger. HBO Now, as a fan on Reddit points out, she's got incredible support going into the final chapter.They both leave Winterfell; Jon goes North to the wall, to serve in the Nights Watch, be a ranger and protect the realm from danger; Sansa goes south to Kings Landing, to marry the prince and be a queen; For Jon this will be the chance to prove himself, to do something good and honorable with his life, he will have valiant brothers in the NW and together they will keep the North and realm safe; Sansa cant wait to arrive in Kings Landing, a city full of elegant ladies, the most talented singers and handsome knights who protect the weak and defenseless. Her prince Jofrey will love her and be a good king (again, both are clueless).Apart from the theory /u/universal_straw posted (definitely read that), most of this is just speculation and conjecture. I honestly don't know if any of the following will happen.
How Sansa Vs. Jon Could Divide the North in 'GoT' Season 7 But a new theory posits that Season 7 might divide it from within in the form of a Jon versus Sansa showdown known as Starkbowl. Although the Season 8 premiere works hard to set up a potential conflict between Jon and Daenerys based on Jon's true lineage, we have a theory that Sam and Sansa's attempts to drive a wedge. And since these are two of my favorite characters, if they can end up like this, I'll be happy indeed.
level 1DaQueenInDaNorf!20 points · 6 years agoHere's a link to a theory I read a few months back. Take a look at it if you're interested in the Jon+Sansa thing. I don't personally buy it, but it makes some good points. Finally, there's a theory about Sansa's death stemming from the season 8 Crypts of Winterfell teaser, which showed Sansa, Jon, and Arya facing statues of themselves down in the Winterfell depths. In the show, it is possible that Sansa's brother Jon (Kit Harington) could learn that she is being held in Winterfell and send a different man to mount her rescue, though in order to redeem itself. Sansa's word choice could have been a coincidence, of course, but that seems unlikely given the show's history of Easter eggs and subtle callbacks to the past. At the very least, hope that Sansa and Arya get along better now than they did back in season one
In a new video from prolific Game of Thrones vlogger Alt Shift X, the YouTube user theorizes that — based on evidence from George R.R. Martin's books — Jon and Sansa are destined to marry The Pack Survives. Disclaimer: I don't own Game of Thrones or A Song of Ice and Fire or anything. I hope you enjoy the very first chapter of 'The Pack Survives', please review and tell me what you thought. OoOoOo. Sansa knelt on the rough ground of the Godswood before the heart tree as she prayed it's a possibility. i've considered it as well, and could be rather...a twist for the readers who will not be expecting this at all.“They hate you because you act like you're better than they are...." "[they are] Four that you humiliated in the yard. Four who are probably afraid of you. I’ve watched you fight. It’s not training with you. Put a good edge on your sword, and they’d be dead meat; you know it, I know it, they know it. You leave them nothing. >You shame them. Does that make you proud?”i saw it one thread a few years ago that touch it in this topic. I do think George based part of Sansa and Littlefinger relationship based on Wuthering Heights and in that books the romantic lead end up marruing her cousin. I do think it will happen to be honest.
Game of Thrones Season 7 spoilers: Sophie Turner on Sansa's loyalties to Jon and Littlefinger, a potential marriage and Cersei's new rule The Game of Thrones theory about Sansa and Jon may not be ideal for some fans, and others probably don't care much for Sansa now that we have Cersei on the Iron Throne and Dany about to roll up to. If Sansa is still married to Tyrion and Tyrion is revealed to be a Targaryen, he could potentially be in line for the Iron Throne, therefore putting Sansa in line as his queen. If Tyrion is the illegitimate son of Aegon Mad King Targaryen and Joanna Lannister, then his claim (were he to be legitimized) would supersede both Jon Snow and.
Suggesting Sansa as the one to sit on the throne isn't a stretch since there's no way both Jon and Dany will actually survive to the end (neither will Cersei, but we'll get to her in a second) If you know where to look there are tons of evidence in the books. First, Sansa loves the tale of Aemon the Dragonknight and Queen Naerys, she think it is romantic. When Ned tells Sansa that he'll make a better match for her because Joffrey is a l..
OK, wait. Slow down. The theory doesn't explicitly say the two will be married. It just says Sansa will have a Targaryen suitor. Also, before we go pairing off Jon and Sansa, remember the books. What's interesting, when looking at the history of death on Game of Thrones, is that it's always the vocal leaders who are in the most danger. When he defied Joffrey, Ned Stark was beheaded. As he was gaining power in the war, Robb was murdered along with his closest companions. When Stannis attempted to usurp the throne—yep, he ended up dead, along with his brother. Game of Thrones Theory Explains Why Sansa Stark A few fans are also pretty annoyed at Sansa Stark right now, after she promised Jon that she wouldn't tell anyone about his true identity and. Sansa is going to be a great queen, she will change the rules of succession allowing girls to be heirs before their younger brothers. Mark my words.
On last week's episode, Sansa's (Sophie Turner) betrothed was captured by Jon Snow (Kit Harington), and then fed to his own hounds. Also Read: 17 Big 'Game of Thrones' Fan Theories for Season. r/asoiafNews and discussions relating to George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels, his Westeros-based short stories, "Game of Thrones" and all things ASOIAF - but with particular emphasis on the written series.701kMembers
In the original outline, George RRM planned to have Jon and Arya reunited at the wall where they would spend a lot of time together and start to fall in love, later they would be tormented by their love which would cause tension and conflict, until the reveal of Jon Snow real parents would set them free to be together. Thats pretty much Jon and Sansa plot in the tv show since season 6. We saw Sansa comparing Jon to Joffrey, her first love; And Jon strangling Litllefinger after he declares his love for Sansa.Oh and there's another reason Jon and Sansa wouldn't work: she's not his type at all. He's not interested in Southron women in the least, and has often made fun of them. And please don't bring up her being a red head, because first of all auburn =/= Ygritte's flame red hair and if it mattered that much to him he'd be too busy banging all of Gerrick Kingblood's kissed by fire daughters instead of getting stabbed. Also, he's pretty obviously attracted to Val who is blonde.. One will destroy it, the other will rebuild it. Daenerys is an agressor; Jon is a protector. Daenerys motto in life its to take what hers with Fire and Blood; Jon's vows is to be shild who guards the realms of men.
How would you like to marry your cousin, the Lord Robert?” The thought made Sansa weary. All she knew of Robert Arryn was that he was a little boy, and sickly. It is not me she wants her son to marry, it is my claim. No one will ever marry me for love. Sansa - ASOS (By the way, there's also a deeply uncomfortable Jon/Sansa/Daenerys love triangle theory out there that Joanna Robinson wrote about on Vanity Fair, because you just can't squeeze enough incest. And House Tully is in the Riverlands which are in the centre of Westeros, NOT in the South so Sansa isn't a southern who was born in the north. These Game of Thrones death theories about Sansa Stark are literally too much for us to deal with. Throughout GoT's eight-season run, Westeros and its favorite citizens have literally be.
TL;DR: Sansa Stark thinks the Hound kissed her, but he actually didn't (e.g. the Unkiss). The mismemory could signify Sansa's attraction to the Hound. Sansa Stark has been established as an unreliable narrator, and perhaps her biggest lapse in memory — at least that the readers are aware of — is the UnKiss. So what [ “Sansa’s hair is constantly reflecting the people she’s learning from, or mimicking, or inspired by at the time,” Turner said. “When she’s Cersei’s prisoner, and she’s kind of absorbing all her manipulative techniques, it’s reflected in her hairstyle, and when she’s finding the spirit of Margaery in herself, she wears her hair like Margaery.”In the trailer, Sansa's hair is pulled into tight braids that look inspired by Daenerys'. Could that mean she's drawing inspiration from the Mother of Dragons as they work together? The pair last saw each other when Sansa left for Castle Black to find Jon Snow to protect her from Ramsay. The pair's close bond and their emotional reunion in series eight has even lead way to a rather interesting fan theory that the pair are in love Sansa and Arya never quite saw eye to eye, and Arya is already uneasy about Sansa's clear yet secret desire to dethrone Jon. And she'll probably get her wish when everyone realises he's actually a.
And finally, despite it being a controversial move, Sansa confiding in Tyrion about Jon's parentage felt like an unexpectedly natural example of what a true political power couple looks like That's only from the first paragraph. I don't have the time now to read the rest, maybe later. Mind-blowing Game of Thrones theory suggests Sansa Stark plotted Jon Snow downfall Game of Thrones season 8 saw many winners and losers, but Sansa Stark came out on top Shar
The Game of Thrones Fan War Only George R.R. Martin in some respects, a war between the Jon/Sansa (or Jonsa) lovers and the Jon/Dany (or Jonaerys) lovers. it's long been my theory that. The emotional reunion was several seasons in the making. Sadly, Arya just missed (what she thinks is) her bastard half-brother Jon Snow as he left for Dragonstone. Arya and Sansa never got along in the past. Hopefully they'll finally learn to work together now and Arya can protect Sansa, because there are enemies even within their own walls The Best Sansa Stark Theories for 'Game of Thrones' Season 8. Kate Storey The speculation is that it's a clue that Sansa and Arya will die in Season 8 while Jon goes on to live to the age he's. Sansa has had a brutal journey to the final season: Early on, she narrowly escaped a marriage to the repulsive Joffrey Baratheon and fled King's Landing before her marriage to Tyrion Lannister could be consummated. Then, she made the mistake of trusting Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish, who married her off to the abusive Ramsay Bolton. But she got her revenge when she had a hand in the deaths of both Ramsay and Littlefinger.
'Game Of Thrones' Theories: Will Jon Snow, Sansa Stark Survive To Season 8? Kit Harington, Sophie Turner Weigh In. By Caitlyn Hitt @Nyltiaccc 08/18/16 AT 12:03 PM And JON knows SANSA LOVES HIM. Even though D&D threw Jon under the bus, pushed so hard for J/D to soften Dany's downfall, and cowardly suppressed JonSa, they could not erase Jon and Sansa's true motivation because it's ESSENTIAL to the whole story. No matter how hard they tried, they can't bury JonSa. Sansa is one of the people Jon. Both were also very spoiled and had unrealistic expectations of the the real world; Sansa believed that life was a song and that knights were all brave and honorable. Jon believed the Nights Watch was a place for brave and honorable men who joined the wall to serve the kingdom and protect the weak and defenseless. And both could be quite sassy and arrogant. How Medieval History Could Lead Sansa and Tyrion But there is one theory that argues that Dany and Jon aren't the only couple who could end up ruling the Seven Kingdoms. but this is only a.
Now, you may not believe that a romance will happen between Jon and Sansa in season 8, but I am pretty sure they will be the ones ruling Westeros in the end. As king and Queen of the 7 Kingdoms.“More lovely than any you have worn, my lady,” the old woman promised. She measured Sansa’s hips with a length of knotted string. “All silk and Myrish lace, with satin linings. You will be very beautiful. The queen herself has commanded it.” Sansa and Jon may have been raised as siblings, but only to an extent. In the Season 6 finale, as Jon and Melisandre appraise Winterfell's hall, he tells her , When we had feasts, my family. “Go Ahead, call me all the names you want," Sansa said airily. "You won't dare when I'm married to Joffrey. >You'll have to bow and call me Your Grace." She shrieked as Arya flung the orange across the table. It caught her in the middle of the forehead with a wet squish and plopped down into her lap. As reported by Cosmopolitan, the first fan theory that predicts Sansa and Arya will die young comes from an early teaser trailer that focuses on Jon Snow, Sansa and Arya going down into the crypts.
We're only three episodes into Game of Thrones Season 5 and it's safe to say it's already one of the best seasons yet.Last week's episode was full of character reunions, and this week, a major Sansa fan theory was confirmed, there was a seduction attempt and someone very important was kidnapped.Things also got unexpectedly emotional for Brienne Dany brought the Dotrhaki and Unsulied to Westeros to fight for her and make her Queen, they were actually safer in Essos. Jon brought the wildlings south to save their lives, they are safer NOW because of him. They are opposites. They are foils for each other.This was the wedding dress that Cersei ordered for Sansa and Tyrion wedding to symbolize that Sansa now was a Lannister. Jon Snow has sent his direwolf Ghost with Turmound and the Wildlings, and Sansa's direwolf, Lady was put down in Season 1. If Sansa's fate is tied to Lady's then it's lights out for our. A lot of people are against this theory because of the pseudo-incest (being raised as brother-sister), and I just think that we've seen way worse from GRRM to think he wouldn't do something like this. Some people think it's too happy an ending, but that's assuming they fall in love, but after what they've gone through (and will go through) I don't know if Sansa and Jon are even capable of that anymore. If it happens, I see it very much as a parallel between Ned and Cat's marriage, two broken people trying to build a future together from utter ruin; a marriage based on duty and pragmatism instead of love and romance. I do think if it happens, being raised as brother and sister will be a huge barrier for them to overcome.
Should Jon kill Daenerys (as multiple theories suggest) and then abdicate the throne, he would be likely to hand it to Sansa. Whether she chooses to rule alone, with Tyrion as her hand of the queen, or in partnership with her one-time husband, there's little doubt the people would be in excellent hands One Reddit user posted this week explaining how Sansa appears to be the safest person in Westeros right now: This Fan Theory Has Us Convinced That Sansa Is Going To Die In 'Game Of Thrones' Jon, Sansa, and Arya turn around, and to our surprise, their own statues are standing before them. But there is an alternative theory that fans have cooked up that is way more interesting than that However, I have not seen many theories concerning Jon and Sansa. With the show bringing them together in the most recent episode, there's a couple of things to note about a potential romantic.
Meanwhile Sansa fights to maintain the peace at the court of Jon's brother Aegon, the dangerous and unpredictable Dragon King. Warnings for violence, major character death, and rape. A song of Ice and Fire - Rated: M - English - Drama/Family - Chapters: 40 - Words: 149,705 - Reviews: 296 - Favs: 327 - Follows: 394 - Updated: 6/12/2019. We also have Sansa saving Dontos who parallels Jon helping Sammuel Tarly. Dontos and Sam are both people who mean nothing to Jon and Sansa, they don't know them. Both Dontos and Sam aren't what is expected of them, a drunken knight and a bookish heir, and both Jon and Sansa help them out of instinct. Both make sure the ones they saved aren't harassed further, Jon by bringing his fellow recruits to leave Sam alone and Sansa by suggesting that Dontos should be a fool, thus preventing him from ever being taken serious again, which is a protection of sorts. Both Dontos and Sam feel indebted to Jon and Sansa afterwards, while Sam becomes Jon's best friend, Dontos tries to save Sansa Jon acknowledges what Sansa has done and her rightful place as Lady of Winterfell, while Sansa apologises for keeping Jon in the dark about Littlefinger and embraces him as not just a Stark but. Ahead of the Game of Thrones season 8 finale, a new Reddit theory predicts that Sansa Stark could be the latest in a long line of fan favorite characters to die. The Last of the Starks, Jon. “Won’t you call me Margaery? Please, rise. Loras, help the Lady Sansa to her feet. Might I call you Sansa?”
about | /u/bluefoot3 can reply with 'delete'. Will also delete if comment's score is -1 or less. | Summon: wikibot, what is something? | flag for glitchAgain, this is not a coincidence, George is very careful at how he writes his books, where wich chapter is supposed to be. In this chapter Sansa is conteplating a proposal to marry her cousin and later she believe she will never have true love in her life. the very next thing is a Jon chapter. Those are the types of clues that the author likes to give us.
Going into the final season of Game of Thrones, fans certainly know one thing: No one is safe. And even though Tyrion, Jon, Daenerys, Cersei, Arya, and virtually every other main character is on. Then later both escape their captivity and go to a safer place. Now thats when their whole social situation gets inverted; Jon becomes the Lord Commander of the Nights watch and have to learn how to lead his people, while Sansa becomes a bastard girl in the Vale and its educated by Littlefinger in the art of politics. When they finally meet at Castle Black they will be in a equal position; Jon learned that life as a high Lord has it owns perils ; Sansa learned how people treat bastard people and how privileged she was to have a high born name.Now that there are only two seasons of Game of Thrones left and the show has outpaced the books, fan theories about how the series will end and how various characters will turn out abound. Case in point: a recent theory from Youtuber Alt Shift X suggests that Sansa Stark and Jon Snow will get married. While this theory, which was posted to Youtube on Sept. 29, will probably seem gross at first to Game of Thrones fans who consider the two characters to be siblings (after all, they were raised together, Alt Shift X points to a lot of evidence in the books that is surprisingly convincing, so hear him out.Search up Wuthering Heights on the search bar OP. That book has a lot of similarities with ASOIAF, especially with LF, but it touches the possibility of Jon and Sansa towards the end. Thought you'd like to check it out. Case in point: a recent theory from Youtuber Alt Shift X suggests that Sansa Stark and Jon Snow will get married. While this theory, which was posted to Youtube on Sept. 29, will probably seem.
Oct 5, 2016 - There's a new Game of Thrones theory in town — buckle up, because it ain't pretty. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times She then posted on Twitter: 'My theory: Sansa ends up on the Iron Throne, Arya becomes the hand of the Queen, Daenerys kills Jon Snow, Arya kills Daenerys, Tyrion continues to s**t the bed, And.
I've never seen that as a huge problem, since Sansa and Jon were not at all close as children. I get the impression they barely interacted. The likelihood of this seems very slim, especially because it's much more likely that Jon Snow is Azor Ahai reborn, but as always anything is possible in Game of Thrones, and this theory continues. This parallel, its even more obvious in the third book “A STORM OF SWORD” In that book both Sansa and Jon experience very similar situations in their first chapter of the book.Also, you talked about GRRMs original outline, in that Sansa betrays her family. I know everything has changed from it, but you brought it up. Based on Sansa's newfound badassery, many fans couldn't help but wonder if she might help rule the North in some way. After all, Jon Snow may have been crowned, but he's technically a bastard
6) Lastly, what of Jon Snow? After Theon escapes with Ramsay's bride, he tells Jon to deliver them back to Winterfell. As children, there was no love between Jon and Sansa as there was between Jon and his little sister Arya. But there is no way that Jon would allow his half sister to be tortured by Ramsay I'm shipping Edd Tollett and Sansa. Once the Wall is down and the Watch disbanded, Jon won't be the only one free of his oath.Sometimes a post by tze is linked here as proof of a hypothetical relationship between the two of them, but it was never meant to be. It was part of a project that focused on how the men of the series who have been linked to Sansa have parallels between their storylines. Most people on the worg who link to it use it as proof when people say Jon and Sansa weren't close as children or hated each other. However, if Sansa agrees to the proposal, Petyr still needs to get rid of Jon Snow, and the Redditor seems to have a theory regarding that as well
While Sansa is definitely a northerner through and through, although Cat raises her somewhat similarly to how she was raised, the Riverlands are still considered part of the South, and they are "Southroners".One thing that is cleared up early on is that Sansa and Jon Snow aren't actually half-siblings, which they originally thought, but cousins. In the last episode of Season 6, it was revealed that Snow is not Ned Stark's bastard, but in fact the child of Lyanna Stark (Ned's sister) and Rhaegar Targaryen. While, in Westeros, sibling incest is discouraged (though, as Cersei and Jaime show, it happens) it is chill to marry your first cousin there, so it's all be totally legal (although still pretty weird to GoT viewers).
However, the theory at hand makes an awful amount of sense. Not only does u/oxbloodenchantress2 point to how only some of the Starks have the Stark coloring, but they also point out that the non-Stark-looking children have died. For the Stark-looking kids, that's Jon and Arya; Bran looks like his mother in the books. Conclusion The major reason people cling to this theory is that Ramsay told his bride, I'm a part of you now. Plus, there was a photo still of Sansa where she looks to have a slight protrusion at her waist, but actress Sophie Turner points out months and months have gone on and Sansa really hasn't developed a baby belly As another parallel stands out the moment were Cersei flees from the room during the Battle of Blackwater, where Sansa calms down the ladies, and Jon's "They cannot pass" moment on the Wall. Both of them act out of instinct again, they don't think about what they say, and it has similar effects on the people that listen. Sansa calms down the women and gives them hope, while Jon too gives the men hope that they can win this battle. Both of them act as leaders here, without realising it, maybe, but Sansa acts as the queen in this moment, while Jon acts as a commander, maybe even the Lord Commander here.
Sansa had a strange expression on her face while she was watching Brienne and Arya on Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 tonight.What was that all about? Here are the top theories and explanations Another big clue is on ASOS, when Sansa goes to the Vale pretending to be Litllefinger bastard daughter. While there her aunt Lysa tells her that she is planning Sansa marriage to her young son Robyn Arryn. The idea makes Sansa sad because she knows that its Winterfell that she really want. She laments that no one will ever marry her for love. The latest series of HBO's Game of Thrones finally brought long-lost siblings (well actually cousins, but they don't know that) Sansa Stark and Jon Snow back together, with their happy reunion.
This Is a Very Good Theory About Sansa and Arya on Game of Thrones. No one can protect Sansa. No one. Get it? (unless Jon and his dumb battle plans are the target of the bickering) HBO Sansa and Gendry End Up TogetherThis theory explains blacksmith Gendry's surprising reappearance in Season Seven. As one fan points out on Reddit, Ned Stark predicted in Season One that his daughter would end up with "someone strong, and wise, and brave"—all characteristics Gendry possesses, of course. Gendry is of noble birth, as the last living Baratheon. We know he gets along well with Sansa's sister, Arya. And, because he is a blacksmith with very valuable knowledge, he could play a heroic role in the final season as the White Walkers approach. It's a rare happy theory that provides a beautiful parallel between the strong Stark and Baratheon connection.
One dedicated fan explained the theory in detail, saying: Jon actually will stab Sansa for Lightbringer and not Danny. The first Nissa Nissa's name was actually Sansa, who in the myth is. There is actually a lot of foreshadow of their romance in the books, its not its not obvious, like the pairing of Jon and Dany, the two last Targ princes, but it is there in a much more delicate way. Jon is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, making him Sansa's cousin. The recently installed King of the North was raised by his mother's biological brother, Ned, and his wife Catalin. No, you didn't. Most people like to just state their shipping wishes and link to a Tze post off worg that's filled with the author waxing on poetically and stating some errors as facts. Most of the incest in the series is viewed upon as disgusting. The Targs were thought to be above the laws of men, but they also ended up being a loony lot. I hardly think Jon or Sansa would want to be in a romantic relationship with their siblings. There's no doubt that R + L=J at this point, but Jon's not going to be a Targaryen, so stop with that mess already.Most of it stems from the fact if the Starks are to reclaim Winterfell (hinted by Ned's quote: there must always be a Stark in Winterfell, and the previous title for the last book "A Time for Wolves"), either Sansa or Rickon will end up ruling the North at the end of the story. This means Sansa will end up in Winterfell . But if there's no Rickon (which is definitely a possibility since his could very well be a Shaggydog story), Sansa will need to marry to have an heir. And then it comes down to, who would Sansa marry to keep the Starks in Winterfell?
George made sure to keep those two distant from each other even in their thoughts. If you dont think as someone as your sibling it makes easier to fall for them. Jon Snow has come a long way from being the sweet noble bastard who stole our hearts in the first season. Now, he's Aegon Targaryen. How will his Game of Thrones story end? Here are the best theories Some fans think that this might be foreshadowing that Jon will live a bit longer but Sansa and Arya will die at the age that they are now. This theory is particularly brutal because it means that.
The claim : The show runners and Grrm have set up Jon/Sansa by making them distant and that they think of each other as not brother and sister.. My answer: Firstly , you are plain wrong about the brother-sister part.Jon in the show had a line, where he said that my sisters are at King's landing. Similar lines were there in the books. Sansa had a line in the books where she thought, He may. In the case of Jon/Sansa, Alt Shift X focuses on Martin's prequel, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.These stories take place a century prior to the events of Game of Thrones, and catalogue the. If I give him sons, he may come to love me. She would name them Eddard and Brandon and Rickon, and raise them all to be as valiant as Ser Loras. And to hate Lannisters, too. In Sansa's dreams, her children looked just like the brothers she had lost. Sometimes there was even a girl who looked like Arya. Main Page Gallery Theories The character of Jon Snow has many mysteries surrounding him. This page tries to put forward some theories to give answers. Contents[show] Jon Snow's Parentage Potential Mothers with Eddard Ashara Dayne In the knight of the Laughing Tree story that Meera Reed tells Bran Stark we are led to believe that Eddard had some feelings for Ashara Dayne, the sister of Ser.
Alt Shift X ultimately contends that in the end, Sansa will marry a Targaryen and given that Jon is the only living male Targaryen left, he is the one she will wed. The thing this theory presumes is that Jon is actually the last living male Targaryen. Tyrion might be also be a Targaryen. You have probably heard this theory bandied about by now So far Sansa has faced a bunch of suitors (Joffrey, Tyrion, Willas, Harry), but none of those have turned out very well. Here's my theory on the topic. In fact, everyone trying to marry Sansa has done so with the intent of taking Winterfell away from her. There's probably only one person who respects the North and doesn't care about politics/power who would marry Sansa solely for the sake of protecting her and her claim to the North, and that's Jon Snow. Another major piece of the puzzle that is Jon Snow's parentage was just unveiled on Game of Thrones. While reading old texts with Gilly, Sam Tarly learned that Rhaegar Targaryen — Jon's father — had his marriage to Elia Martell annulled. The sixth season finale showed Bran's flashback to the Tower of Joy, where Lyanna Stark lay dying in a bed of blood after giving birth to Jon All of the best Sansa Stark theories out there. Need a Game of Thrones season 8 trailer breakdown? The trailer teases everything: All of the major characters, a big battle between the living and the dead at Winterfell, Cersei smirking and Jon.
This theory could explain Sansa's endgame that will likely result in Dany and Cersei's deaths. Chaos is a ladder and Sansa Stark is climbing that ladder. Littlefinger taught Sansa very well They both dream about rebulding Winterfell and have children named for their brothers they lost. They want to restore both their homes and the family they lost. One of the earliest introduced mysteries in A Song of Ice and Fire is the identity of Jon Snow's mother. On several occasions, the topic is brought to the reader's attention in text, although several characters provide different possibilities. Jon himself is unaware of his mother's identity, and does not even know whether she had been highborn or lowborn. Within the books, numerous. Ramsay Bolton getting eaten by dogs. HBO Sansa is Pregnant With Ramsay Bolton's BabyUgh, let's hope this theory isn't true. But it comes from this line Sansa says to Littlefinger about her wedding night to the psychotic rapist Ramsay: "I can still feel it. I don't mean 'in my tender heart it still pains me so' — I can still feel what he did in my body standing here right now." level 1The North Remembers4 points · 6 years agoI hope not. I get that Targs did that, but if you read D&E series, Dunk finds it weird when Egg talks about his sisters liking him and all. For the Targs its nbd, but for others its not. Jon doesnt see himself as a Targ, and Sansa definitely doesnt. More than anything they see each other as siblings, even if Sansa thinks of Jon as a bastard. In fact Jon doesnt exactly have a strong feeling of love for Sansa, but he does care for her. I get that cousins have married each other in the books, but again they dont see each other as cousins. More like siblings and I cant see that working. The fanboy/fangirl hype of Jon getting that legitimate Stark connection, just sounds really forced by shipping Jon and Sansa. Apart from the theory /u/universal_straw posted (definitely read that), most of this is just speculation and conjecture. I honestly don't know if any of the following will happen. Most of it stems from the fact if the Starks are to reclaim Winterfell (hinted by Ned's quote: there must always be a Stark in Winterfell, and the previous title for the last book A Time for Wolves), either Sansa.