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Also I liked him being "exiled". Jon likes it north of the wall, in fact just a couple episodes earlier he told Tormund he wished he was going with him. Bran knows this and kinda pulls a fast one on the Unsullied by "punishing" Jon by sending him North. Jon doesn't want the weight of his name or any of that. He wants to get away and he did. Now he can go North and become like a legendary figure...

 

In case I wasnt clear, the problem I have with it is choice. It changes his character from a hero to...IDK a criminal or something. The fact hes happier there anyways is beside the point.
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So...the song of ice and fire isn’t “Jon Snow: the biography” after all, but rather a story of two destructive foces that almost destroyed Westeros. Hmmmmm

 

Now I wonder how much of Bran being chosen as the three-eyed raven was because of his tree-wizard potential and how much was because of his eligibility to becoming elected king in the future.

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