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GoT Theories about Jon

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By Alex Vie | Mon, 11. 09 2017, 19:05
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Some theories about Jon who is now officially no longer a Snow, but a Targaryen.

So, obviously, he is one of the most represented characters in theories, because he will certainly play a major role in the eight and final season and we can assume, he will also be a main protagonist in the show’s finale.

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The R+L=J theory is OLD

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By Alex Vie | Wed, 13. 09 2017, 10:07
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We all know by now what the R+L=J theory states. But where did it come from?

People may think this theory developed during seasons 5 and 6 of the show, but in reality, it is much, much older.

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Jon is the Azor Ahai

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By Alex Vie | Mon, 11. 09 2017, 19:05
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This is a popular theory, claiming that Jon is indeed the Prince that was promised.

It’s an easy-to-support theory, because it is based on relatively solid foundations and this quite plausible. It is not without flaws though, but since it is based on a legend, some flaws are to be expected.

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