Early 'Game of Thrones' plot had Arya Stark in love with Jon Snow
Jon and Arya are my everything in the books and I want nothing more than a reunion and seeing them together. I know that this is not going to happen, but when. Their passion will continue to torment Jon and Arya throughout the trilogy, until his first marriage so he could marry Lyanna Stark - Jon Snow's mother. Hit It: This s Cars Quiz Is Stumping francinebavay.info Fans of Game of Thrones — and the book series more properly called A Song of Ice and Fire — know that author George R.R. Martin has.
They had always been close. It is not hinted, it is beaten to our heads with force of a warhammer - repeatedly. GRRM probably dedicates more time to Jon and Arya remembering, missing or being reminded by random stuff about each other than to the description of nipples, which should really tell you something.
It is meant to be very significant relationship and build up for something big. Bastards get the swords but not the arms. I did not make the rules, little sister. Jon watched them leave, and Arya watched Jon. His face had grown as still as the pool at the heart of the godswood.
For a moment we are not dealing with angry little girl we know from the most of the books. Arya seems uncharacteristically serene here, she is not focused on the conflict below, she is not even silently watching the world like Jon, she is watching him. Dark eyes, like his. The scabbard was soft grey leather, supple as sin.
Jon drew out the blade slowly, so she could see the deep blue sheen of the steel.
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The whole scene of their farewell and Arya getting Needle is very significant. For Jon, Arya, and I believe that for the plot too.
It is farewell which ends the chapter and ends Jon's life in Winterfell. Again it is pointed to us how important is Arya to Jon. Jon gives Arya Needle, and Arya tells him that she wishes he would go with them.
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She may be the only person to do so. I believe that two important phrases are used here 'stick them with the pointy end' and 'Don't tell Sansa'.
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The first one already reappeared in the books see a comment bellow and I think that the second will play its role too. Interesting is also their short exchange about women shaving. Aside that it shows how open are Jon and Arya with each other including bad jokes and deeply personal and awkward topics, I believe it have other layers to it. Shaving aside of shaving head is connected to sexual maturity.
Judging by Cersei's second ADwD chapter Westerosi women almost surely do not shave any part of their bodies but in RW in culture GRRM comes from most women do, so do Novrosi women and it would not surprise me if it was a case in Braavos especially among courtesans. Tyrion burns Winterfell, not the Boltons. Jon and Bran become bitterly estranged; as it turned out, they haven't ever seen each other. And then there's that underage love triangle. Nine-year old Arya "realizes, with terror, that she has fallen in love with Jon, who is not only her half-brother but a man of the Night's Watch, sworn to celibacy.
Their passion will continue to torment Jon and Arya throughout the trilogy, until the secret of Jon's parentage is revealed in the last book. And Martin has been quick to point out, in subsequent interviews, that underage affairs and brides were common in the medieval world.
His passion is, alas, unreciprocated, but no less intense for that, and it will lead to a deadly rivalry between Tyrion and Jon Snow.
Then we come to the wildly different end. Daenerys kills the Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo out of revenge, not compassion. Tyrion actually kills Joffrey, instead of being wrongly accused.
And Jaime Lannister cuts his way to the throne, blaming his subsequent killings on his dwarf brother. And all of this in the first book, supposedly. Jon how Arya was the rebel, how she was the wild one. Is it possible that this foreshadowing, is the start of something strong - perhaps a forbidden relationship? Let me point them out. The Evidences Throughout the books, there are countless quotes indicating relationship between Jon Snow and Arya Stark.
Bastards get the swords but not the arms. I did not make the rules, little sister. He believes that one day Arya will 'give him the arms'. Jon grinned, reached over, and messed up her hair. They had always been close. GRRM constantly emphasized how close they were, starting from the first.
Jon and Arya originally had a VERY different relationship
Let us note that, A Song of Ice and Fire hasn't been shy to incest. Starting from the ultimate twincest couple Jamie and Cersei Lannister, is has also been said quite few times that House Targaryen married brothers to sisters to keep the bloodlines pure.
While it is shown to be hated and wrong, it certainly isn't shown as something as disgusting as most houses in the Seven Kingdom makes it out to be. He and Arya doesn't share the same mother. Jon watched them leave, and Arya watched Jon. His face had grown as still as the pool at the heart of the godswood. In exception to the angry and impatient Arya Stark we deal with usually, here Arya is uncharacteristically silent.