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But the fact that there are two Targaryens on the board right now changes the dynamics of the situation. Season 6 threw a wrinkle into the game when it confirmed an old fan theory the one that said that Jon Snow Kit Harington is the secret offspring of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, rather than the bastard son of Ned Stark. And season 7 took this very interesting situation one step further when it revealed that Rhaegar had annulled his marriage to Elia Martell and actually married Lyanna, which would make Jon a trueborn Targaryen. When Samwell Tarly discusses this development with Bran Stark in the season 7 finale, he makes a big declaration: Jon is the true heir to the Iron Throne in the Targaryen line. And then, in the season 8 premiere, Sam finally tells Jon the truth about his origins, and goes in pretty hard on the idea that Jon, not Daenerys, should be going after the Iron Throne. Jon has a better claim to the throne. So back in the day when Robert Baratheon did his rebellion against the Mad King Aerys Targaryen, the technical reason why he ended up on the Iron Throne instead of someone else was because House Baratheon was an offshoot of House Targaryen basically, Robert was like a Targaryen cousin.
When you boil it all down, Daenerys and Jon traded a dragon and the goddamn Wall for a one-handed Jaime Lannister. As the snow settled in the south, it grew clear just how ill-prepared the realm is for war with the White Walkers. Cersei is content to let her two enemies battle it out a move that, while easy to ridicule, really does give her the best shot of remaining on the throne. And worse, if one does die, it will then likely be reanimated by the Night King, giving him even more of an upper hand. Moving on from the Great War to Come, there were plenty of smaller moments scattered throughout the episode.
The series has had its fair share of controversy, receiving flack for misjudged moments of insensitivity, poor taste, or negligence of its superb source material. In a way, this is unavoidable. With book readers aplenty, there are a vast number of people with hopes for what the show includes, and what it chooses to leave out. Yet there are some obvious inclusions from the books that are completely ignored. With one fell swoop, the Stark rebellion has all but extinguished, and the Lannister forces are stronger than ever. Robb Stark dies, his wife dies, and so does Catelyn Stark.
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Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. Before the events of GoT , Rhaegar, a married man, was in line for the Iron Throne when he met Lyanna, fell in love, and ran away with her. Related Stories. Now that Jon has learned this complicated family history, he probably has a lot of questions about where he comes from and how he fits in the Targaryen line. Who is Aegon Targaryen? A little over years prior to the events of Thrones season 8 , Westeros was a sprawling continent run by various warring factions led by different kings.
In the storyline, Ned is the lord of Winterfell , an ancient fortress in the North of the fictional continent of Westeros. Though the character is established as the main character in the novel and the first season of the TV adaptation, a plot twist involving Ned at the end of the novel and the end of the first season shocked both readers of the book and viewers of the TV series. Ned is portrayed by Sean Bean in the first season of Game of Thrones ,   as a child by Sebastian Croft in the sixth season and as a young adult by Robert Aramayo in the sixth and seventh seasons. In A Game of Thrones , Ned Stark is introduced as the virtuous and honorable patriarch of House Stark and the father of six children. The moral compass of the story, he is content to remain far from courtly intrigues  and is unwavering in his view of loyalty and honor.