Azsouth wrote: at the end when Cersei is crowned, Jaime just walks in and smiles at her, I'm sure he's realized that his last son is dead and she blew up half the city like the Mad King had planned to do
Dawnbreaker wrote:Azsouth wrote: at the end when Cersei is crowned, Jaime just walks in and smiles at her, I'm sure he's realized that his last son is dead and she blew up half the city like the Mad King had planned to do
i didn't see him smile, he had a stern face the whole time. Also you could see both the Tyrell Rose and Martell sigil on the ships.
LancelotLoire wrote:@Mayonez kun: So a woman who has just given birth after living with 1 man for the better part of a year, With 3 members of the kingsguard outside. And you don't see confirmation that Jon's father is Rhaegar? The only way they could have made it any more obvious is if they actually had Rhaegar smugly come center screen and say "I knocked that up".
Have to disagree with you here Ninja, she had a perfect reason to name him Jon. As she said to Ned, "if Robert finds out he'll kill him, you know he will" Lyanna was no idiot and wouldn't have named her son Daeron or the like, if Ned came back north with a baby called Daeron or Aegon you think Robert and others wouldn't be suspicious? Lyanna was smarter than that. Ned had grown up under the tutelage of Jon Arryn along with Robert. If she named her child Jon, Robert would not suspect a thing, his friends war bastard was merely named in honour of their friend and guardian. She would have not had any reason to give him an alternate Targaryen name either because he would never be called it for his own safety.blackninja9939 wrote: although would have been slightly better if they had Lyanna actually say his name although I wouldn't be surprised if they left that out for a reason and maybe she gave him a Valyrian name then Ned called him Jon as she would have no real reason to call her son Jon...
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