Warning: This article contains spoilers for the final episode of the seventh season of Game of Thrones.
There was a lot going on in Game of Thrones Season 7 finale. Not only did The Dragon and the Wolf gather most of the show's key players in the Dragonpit at King's Landing to discuss the Great War, the episode also had Jon Snow (Kit Harington) publicly declaring his allegiance to Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) causing a hiccup in the camp's truce negotiation.
After sorting out through the matter, Jon sent a raven to Winterfell to tell his sister Sansa (Sophie Turner) that he's decided to bend the knee to Dany. Now, a newly released copy of Jon's full letter shows the King of the North taking on a new name in light of his allegiance to the Dragon Queen.
The letter reads:
Cersei Lannister has pledged her forces to our cause, as has Daenerys Targaryen. And if we survive this war, I have pledged our forces to Daenerys at the rightful Queen of the Seven Kingdoms. We are both coming to organize the defense of the realm.
Jon Snow. Warden of the North."
It seems like Jon has taken his knee-bending in full stride. Not only has he pledged the Northern forces to Dany, but he's also signed the letter as "Warden of the North," solidifying his promise to endorse the Dragon Queen as ruler of Westeros.
Fans already know that this is going to cause trouble in Winterfell – Northern Lords tend to be stubborn and the North hasn't been too keen with the Targaryens. Things are going to get even worse once people find out that Jon Snow's actually the son of Rheagar Targaryen. Will Jon lose his claim to the North? Let's wait and see what happens next.
Game of Thrones season 8 makes its big debut sometime 2018 or 2019.
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