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Game of Thrones Season 7: Sansa Stark vs Jon Snow

The Game of Thrones season 6 will always be remembered as one of the best ever in show’s history as it told the story in the most brilliant way possible and delivered the big pay-off to the fans. In the Winterfell, after the Boltons were defeated and Starks reclaimed their homeland, Lady Lyanna Mormont led the campaign to make Jon Snow/ White wolf as “King in the North”. It brought back memories of Robb Stark being anointed by the Northern Lords to avenge the beheading of Lord Eddard Stark.

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But in the scene when Jon Snow was declared King, Sansa Stark seemed elated in the beginning but when she saw Littlefinger, she felt uneasy and doubtful. She has made it pretty clear that even she doesn’t believe that Jon Snow can rule the North, he is not someone who can govern. She has always looked up to her mother and she never liked Jon as she believed he was the product of an illicit Ned Stark’s affair. Can Baelish sow the seeds of distrust between Sansa and Jon? Will there be another civil war at the Winterfell?

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The biggest GOT fan theory R+L = J has been confirmed on the TV show as Bran went back and completed his vision of Tower of Joy. He now knows that Jon Snow is the son of Lyanna Stark and Prince Rhaegar Targaryen. Technically speaking, a Bastard cannot inherit his father’s property, but if he is born of royal blood, the rules are different. If there is no other heir in the line of succession of the King except the Bastard, then it’s possible to anoint him, for instance Gendry Baratheon (an illegitimate child of King Robert) could have become King as Tommen was actually a son of Cersei and Jaime Lannister. Hence, he can even become King of Westeros and has much stronger claim to throne than Daenerys. CHEERS!

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