Bran’s Flashback of Ned Stark Could Mean Something Big for Jon Snow. Two separate storylines, one plausible theory.
May 10, 2016 · If R+L=J is true, that makes Jon a true Stark (just not Ned’s son), a Targaryen and an heir to the throne.
In the Season 7 finale of “Game of Thrones,” the show finally paid off a series of flashbacks that had been popping up every once in a while since the middle of Season 6.
But the flashback was a lot more than an excuse to see some cute Stark kids; Bran’s flashback on Game of Thrones revealed a huge clue that could explain Jon’s lineage.
-Ned Stark being executed in season 1.-A bloody hand, closing into a fist.-An empty landscape in the far north of Westeros.
Aug 28, 2017 · In the Season 7 finale of “Game of Thrones,” the show finally paid off a series of flashbacks that had been popping up every once in a while since the middle of Season 6.
Jon is not the son of Ned Stark, but he is of Stark blood thanks to his mother. Moreover, Jon is a Targaryen, the only living child of Rhaegar, potentially giving him an even stronger claim to the Iron Throne than Daenerys.
May 09, 2016 · In this week’s «Inside the Episode,» D.B. Weiss explained why it was so important to break down the myth of Ned Stark with this flashback. «He was completely ready to …
The tantalizing flashback, seen through Bran’s greensight, is the closest the show has come to revealing the answer to its biggest mystery: the identity of Jon Snow’s mother.
Ned Stark and five other men arrive at this tower in the mountains of Dorne where two knights of the kingsguard stand in there way. Ned wanted to find his sister, Lyanna, but Ser Arthur Dayne and the other man had orders to guard that tower.
So when Jon asked Ned about his mother on season one, Ned replied carefully: «You are a Stark. You might not have my name, but you have my blood.» The Stark family blood does indeed run through Jon.