"I think that Jon Snow, Daenerys, and the Hand of the Queen [Tyrion Lannister] - I think they are all related". The Mad King might have been his father, might have been him - and that would make Daenerys and Jon brother and sister. They are now on the road to becoming allies in war-with Daenerys offering up her dragon glass for Jon's defence against the Night King. But with little allies left to support her, Dany may have to put her suspicions to one side in order to take the Iron Throne from Cersei. She lost some of her ships, but she clearly had enough to ferry the Dothraki to the mainland. Daenerys would be expecting Jon to be scared but he won't be. And let's not forget about the dragons. And maybe, just maybe, he's also a Game of Thrones prognosticator.
And Jon needs the help.
In the prophecy, Azor Ahai fought the White Walkers and defeated them with a specially forged sword called Lightbringer. And as Davos so expertly pointed out, fire melts ice. The reminder of the White Walkers? That allows the dragons to fly safely overheard, torching everything.
It looks as though they are looking out to sea as the sun sets - could they be saying farewell to Jon Snow?
Was it the tension of Dany and Jon meeting for the first time? Others (Lady Mormont) have such a deep-seated independent streak that they would likely be unwilling to kneel to a southern ruler, especially one they do not know.
However, Bran is in Winterfell and Jon and Daenerys are in Dragonstone. Jon also meets a long lost character: Gendry, the bastard son of Robert Baratheon. She is just straight up his aunt and he's her nephew.
So would it be incest if Daenerys and Jon hooked up? This is not even to mention the other problems that exist in the pairing. Spoiler alert: almost all of them are about character interactions, not big battle scenes. Jon has to bend the knee. We know that the army of wights and the Night King are heading to Eastwatch by the Sea, where the wildlings are stationed.
Okay, I've never actually watched "Game of Thrones".
After all, the North remembers that last time that the King in the North got 'romantic ' in a cave. As when he allied himself with the wildlings, allying himself with another foreign force - Dany - could cause more trouble than it's worth. What will Cersei do when she gets to know about the loot train battle?
But can Jon convince Dany to take this course of action? However, his head was abruptly chopped off at the end of season one.
What do you think Jon should do?