JON Snow took it on himself to murder a barbarous Daenerys Targaryen in a Game of Thrones finale, that aired progressing this year.
After blazing King’s Landing to a belligerent from atop her dragon, Daenerys’ had clearly crossed a line in a eyes of Jon, who gathering a dagger by her heart during a proposal embrace.
Despite meaningful there would be grave repercussions for his actions, it seemed Jon’s avocation to a larger good came first, as he feared a authoritarian femme fatale would rip Westeros apart.
However, in a new talk as partial of a HBO drama’s Blu-ray and DVD release, Kit Harington certified that Jon’s motives were closer to home.
“He doesn’t know he’s going to misuse her until right during a end,” he pronounced of a agonising decision.
“In Jon’s head, it’s a series of [reasons: Dany] doesn’t cause in anyone else’s decisions,” he went on.
“And it also means [Dany] is going to kill my sisters, so it becomes [my] family vs. her.”
The idea that Daenerys would’ve killed Sansa and Arya Stark is good founded.
The dragon black clashed with Sansa on assembly her during Winterfell, clearly threatened by a North’s faithfulness to a Starks.
What’s more, Arya and Sasna meaningful about Jon’s legitimate explain to a throne, due to his Targaryen blood, would’ve done them a hazard to Daenerys’ rule.
In a end, Sansa finished adult statute an eccentric North, while Arya sailed off to try uncharted territories west of Westeros.
It was youngest hermit Bran who took a bench – a pierce that Tyrion Lannister was on house with, according to Peter Dinklage.
In other Game of Thrones news, The Hound actor Rory McCann suggested how he pile-up dieted for a set of topless scenes, usually for them to be cancelled during a final minute.
Meanwhile author George RR Martin suggested it was a deaths of his pet turtles as a child that desirous him to write to Song of Ice Fire saga.