Jon Schnee (Kit Harington), ein melancholischer und wortkarger Zeitgenosse, ist in "Game of Thrones" der illegitime Sohn von Eddard Stark und einer. Jon Schnee (Kit Harington) lebt! In der 6. Staffel von Game of Thrones schlägt er die Boltons und wird zum neuen König des Nordens ernannt. Jon Schnee (im Original: Jon Snow), geboren als Aegon Targaryen, ist ein Hauptcharakter ab der.
Figuren im Lied von Eis und FeuerJon Schnee (Kit Harington) lebt! In der 6. Staffel von Game of Thrones schlägt er die Boltons und wird zum neuen König des Nordens ernannt. In Game of Thrones wird Jon Schnee vom Bastard zum Thronfolger und vom Stark zum Targaryen. Auf der Suche nach seiner Herkunft und. Daenerys and Jon Snow. Teespring is the free and easy way to bring your ideas to life. Design your product.
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Wie wir nun erfahren haben, ist Jon kein Schnee und auch kein Stark. Zu Unrecht hat er lange Zeit den Namen eines Bastards getragen.
Ein Name, der einst sein Schicksal bestimmte. Kaum hatte er das Schwarz angelegt, spielten sein Name und auch seine Herkunft keine Rolle mehr.
Er ist einer von ihnen, die Männer der Nachtwache sind seine Brüder. Nach seinem Tod, musste er seinen Eid nicht brechen, um die Nachtwache zu verlassen.
Wie wird Jon sein Leben lenken, wenn er die Wahrheit über sich erfährt? Lest bitte hier nicht weiter, wenn ihr die letzte Folge der 6.
Staffel von Game of Thrones noch nicht gesehen habt. Von Folge 1 der ersten Staffel an galt Ned Stark als Jon Snows Vater. In Folge 10 der 6.
Staffel haben wir nun erfahren, wer Jon Snows wahre Mutter ist. Fans der Serie haben es sicherlich schon lange geahnt. Sie folgen damit dem Befehl Rhaegar Targaryens, dem Sohn des damaligen Herrschers.
Am Ende der Szene hören wir Babygeschrei. Damit ist er nicht Ned Starks Sohn, sondern dessen Neffe. Gleichzeitig ist er der Neffe von Daenerys Targaryen.
Diese ist nämlich die jüngere Schwester von Rhaegar. Wieso Rheagar und nicht Robert? Lyanna Stark war Robert Baratheon versprochen.
Verlöbnisse in Westeros und wahre Liebe gehen allerdings selten Hand in Hand. Robert hat Lyanna geliebt. Die Vermutung liegt allerdings nahe, dass das nicht auf Gegenseitigkeit beruhte.
Schon oft haben wir im Laufe der Serie gehört, dass sich Lyanna und Kronprinz Rhaegar sehr nahe gestanden haben sollen. Letzterer liebte die Poesie und schöne Lieder, während Robert bekanntlich etwas grobschlächtiger war.
Wer nun genau Jon Snows Vater ist, das werden wir vorerst nicht erfahren. Hierfür müssen wir noch bis Staffel 7 von Game of Thrones warten.
Immerhin hatte Robert die gesamte Familie, die in greifbarer Nähe war, getötet. Ned hat es also vorgezogen mit einer Lüge zu leben, um seinen Neffen zu schützen.
Das hätte er sicherlich nicht getan, wäre Jon Roberts Sohn gewesen. Damit eröffnet sich ein weiteres Problem: Jon wurde kürzlich zum König des Nordens ausgerufen.
Da er nicht Ned Starks Sohn ist, hat er allerdings nicht wirklich einen Anspruch auf diesen Titel. Allerdings hat er als letzter überlebender männlicher Nachkomme der Targaryens einen Anspruch auf den Eisernen Thron.
Um diesen wird er sich wohl nun mit seiner Tante Daenerys streiten müssen, denn diese hat in der letzten Folge der 6. Staffel ihre Segel gen Westeros gehisst.
Wir sind gespannt. Für die Rolle des Jon Snow wurde der britische Darsteller Kit Harington gecastet. Jon Snow hat zwei Begleiter: seinen Schattenwolf Geist im englischsprachigen Original Ghost und sein Schwert Langklaue, das ihm vom ehemaligen Kommandanten der Schwarzen Festung — Jeor Mormont — geschenkt wurde.
Dieses Schwert ist nicht nur ein Hingucker, es besteht zudem aus valyrischem Stahl. Auf dessen Auflösung mussten wir ein Jahr lang warten.
Jon Snow, der Kommandant der Nachtwache, wurde von seinen eigenen Leuten in einen Hinterhalt gelockt und ermordet. Ist Jon Snow tot? In der Nacht der Schlacht gegen die Wildlinge, öffnete Jon diesen das Tor.
Nach dem Kampf stürzte Olly in Jon Snows Zimmer. Er wollte ihm etwas Wichtiges zeigen. Martin told Rolling Stone in that some early inquiries he received about adapting A Song of Ice and Fire suggested identifying the story's "important character" and focusing on that individual plot line, Jon and Daenerys Targaryen being the two most popular choices.
As the series premiered, TV Guide called Harington a "soulful heartthrob" whose Jon is idolized by his younger siblings and who "seeks purpose" by joining the Night's Watch.
Weiss later noted that Jon "tries to live with honor, while knowing that honor often gets his family members murdered".
The struggle many of them face is how to do that without losing their grip on who they are. It's the problem with him, and also the reason we love him.
He is a hero, but heroes are inherently incautious. I love how the storyline with Thorne was wrapped up.
This is obviously a big deal, the death of Jon Snow. This is something we've been thinking about for a long long time, and Alliser kills him, it's kind of like, it's a bad guy killing a good guy.
But when it's Olly holding the knife … Olly's not a bad guy. It's one of those great conflicts that makes us love the books and this saga, is that it's, ultimately it's not just about good vs evil, it's about people of good intentions who come into conflict with each other because they have very different views of the world, and unfortunately it did not work out well for Jon Snow in this case.
Writing for The New York Times , Jeremy Egner called Jon's demise "the biggest death on the show" since Ned Stark's beheading in season 1.
It's easy to see what [other characters'] deaths meant for the series' sprawling narrative: Ned's execution sent the Stark kids adrift in a universe where there was nobody looking out for them, while Robb's murder was the final death knell for the hopes that the saga would ever have a traditional 'happy' ending.
What would be accomplished, narratively, by getting rid of Jon permanently right now? A July sighting of Harington arriving in Belfast , a primary filming location for the series where other actors were arriving for season 6 script read-throughs, prompted further speculation about the character's return.
Jon is resurrected by Melisandre in " Home ", the May second episode of season 6. I'd like to say sorry for lying to everyone. I'm glad that people were upset that he died.
I think my biggest fear was that people were not going to care But it seems like people had a, similar to the Red Wedding episode , kind of grief about it.
Which means something I'm doing—or the show is doing—is right. Following the plot of A Game of Thrones , in the first season Jon, the bastard son of Ned Stark, joins the Night's Watch.
He arrives at the Wall with his direwolf Ghost to find that the order is a shadow of its former self. Raised to be a skilled fighter with a strong sense of justice and honor, Jon is initially contemptuous of his fellow recruits, who are mostly lowborn, untrained fighters who are criminals and exiles.
He is persuaded by Tyrion Lannister to put aside his prejudices and help train the others in combat. Jon befriends Samwell Tarly, an overweight, fearful boy who is more an intellectual than a fighter.
Jon takes his vows but is disappointed about being made steward to Lord Commander Jeor Mormont rather than a ranger, until Sam points out that Jon is likely being groomed for command.
Jon saves Mormont from a wight and is given the House Mormont ancestral sword Longclaw, made of Valyrian steel, with a wolf's head pommel custom-made for Jon, as thanks.
Jon learns of his father's execution for treason and, although tempted to leave the Wall to help his family, is convinced by his friends to stay.
Jon accompanies the Night's Watch on the Great Ranging beyond the Wall. When the Night's Watch seek shelter from the wildling Craster , an old man who marries his own daughters, Jon is disgusted to discover that Craster sacrifices his sons to the White Walkers.
Later, as part of a small scouting party led by Night's Watch ranger Qhorin Halfhand, Jon is tasked with killing a wildling prisoner, the woman warrior Ygritte.
He finds himself unable to do so and she escapes, only to capture him with her comrades. Qhorin, also taken prisoner, orders Jon to pretend to defect and join the wildlings to discover their plans.
Qhorin stages a fight and secretly instructs Jon to kill him to gain the wildlings' trust. Jon does and is taken to meet Mance Rayder, the wildlings' King-Beyond-the Wall.
Jon pledges his loyalty to Mance and travels with the wildlings, learning that they intend to scale the Wall and force their way south of the Wall.
Ygritte seduces Jon and takes his virginity, and they eventually fall in love. After scaling the Wall, Jon refuses to kill an innocent man to prove his loyalty.
He is attacked by the other wildlings but escapes to Castle Black, despite being wounded by a devastated Ygritte.
Jon is tried for his defection to the wildlings, but Maester Aemon is convinced of Jon's loyalty to the Watch and frees him.
Jon leads an expedition to Craster's Keep, where some Night's Watchmen have mutinied and murdered Lord Commander Mormont.
After defeating the mutineers, Jon is reunited with Ghost. Later, Tormund Giantsbane 's wildlings attack Castle Black while Mance's army besieges the Wall.
The wildlings are repelled, although Ygritte is shot and dies in Jon's arms. Jon goes beyond the Wall to negotiate with or kill Mance, but Stannis Baratheon's army arrives and routs the wildling camp, taking Mance prisoner.
At Tormund's behest, Jon cremates Ygritte beyond the Wall. Stannis enlists Jon as an intermediary between himself and Mance, hoping to add the wildling army to his own.
Mance refuses to kneel to Stannis, and Mance is burned at the stake by the red priestess Melisandre. Jon shoots Mance before he succumbs to the fire.
Stannis offers to legitimize Jon as lord of Winterfell in exchange for his support, but Jon remains loyal to his vows.
Jon is voted the new Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, initially tying with his nemesis Thorne before the tie is broken by Maester Aemon's vote.
Jon's intention to bring the wildlings into the Seven Kingdoms and grant them lands south of the Wall further enrages Thorne's faction of the Watch, who all hold a hatred for the wildlings.
Jon travels to the wildling village of Hardhome, seeking their support for his plan to ally the Night's Watch and the wildlings against the growing threat of the White Walkers.
Several thousand come agree to come with Jon, but the rest are massacred when the White Walkers attack the village, although Jon discovers their vulnerability to Valyrian steel when he destroys one with Longclaw.
Jon returns to the Wall, where he learns that Stannis has been defeated by the Boltons. Later, he is lured to his death by Thorne and his men, who are angry Jon led the wildlings south of the Wall.
They assassinate Jon for his perceived betrayal of the Night's Watch. Davos Seaworth , Dolorous Edd Tollett, and other brothers of the Watch loyal to Jon barricade themselves in a room with Ghost and Jon's body, and an attack by Thorne and his men is thwarted by the arrival of Tormund and his wildlings.
Davos encourages Melisandre to attempt to resurrect Jon. The ritual seemingly fails but Jon suddenly awakens.
After hanging Thorne and the other ringleaders of Jon's assassination, Jon passes his command to Edd and declares he has been released from his Night's Watch vows by death.
He makes plans to leave Castle Black. Jon is reunited with his half-sister Sansa Stark , who has fled her abusive husband Ramsay Bolton and seeks Jon's aid in retaking Winterfell from the Boltons.
Jon refuses until a threatening message arrives from Ramsay demanding Sansa's return and announcing Ramsay's possession of their brother Rickon.
Jon, Sansa, Davos, and Tormund travel the North to recruit an army to take back Winterfell and rescue Rickon, but many houses refuse to support them and their forces grow to only half the size of Bolton's.
Jon plans for battle. As the armies assemble, Ramsay kills Rickon in order to provoke Jon and lure the Stark forces out of position.
The ploy works and the outnumbered Stark forces are surrounded and nearly slaughtered, but then the Knights of the Vale of House Arryn arrive with Sansa and Petyr Baelish and rout the Bolton army.
Jon pursues Ramsay back into Winterfell and subdues him, but allows Sansa to decide his death. Jon gathers the lords of the North and warns them of the threat of the White Walkers.
The Northern lords declare Jon the new King in the North. Meanwhile, Bran Stark has a vision of the past which shows Ned reuniting with his dying sister Lyanna in the Tower of Joy.
She makes him swear to protect her son with Rhaegar Targaryen , who is revealed to be Jon. Jon prepares the North's defense against the White Walkers.
He receives a message from Cersei Lannister that he swear his allegiance to her, as well as an invitation to Dragonstone from Daenerys Targaryen 's Hand Tyrion.
In a message from Sam, Jon learns Dragonstone has a deposit of dragonglass, to which the White Walkers and wights are vulnerable. He decides to meet with Daenerys.
Daenerys wants Jon to bend the knee but Jon refuses, insisting that the White Walkers are a threat to all of humanity. Tyrion persuades Daenerys to let Jon mine dragonglass as a gesture of goodwill.
Jon discovers cave drawings of the First Men and the Children of the Forest fighting the White Walkers and invites Daenerys to view them.
As part of the plan to convince Cersei that the army of the dead is real, Jon leads an expedition beyond the Wall to capture a wight to provide proof of it.
During the mission, when Jon kills a White Walker, the wights it had reanimated are destroyed.
He realizes that killing the Night King will kill the entire army of the dead. When Jon and his party are surrounded by wights, Daenerys comes to their aid with her dragons.
However, one of the dragons, Viserion, is killed by the White Walker's commander, the Night King, who prepares to kill another and Jon tells Daenerys and the others to escape.
Daenerys is forced to flee without Jon but Benjen arrives to rescue him, sacrificing himself. Later, Daenerys vows to fight the Night King with Jon and he swears fealty to her as his queen.
Jon and Daenerys travel to King's Landing to parley with Cersei. Cersei is apparently convinced to declare a truce so that the Lannisters may aid in the battle against the dead but later reveals to Jaime that she has no intention of keeping her word.
Meanwhile, Sam and Bran have discovered that Jon was born Aegon Targaryen, the legitimate son of Rhaegar and Lyanna and rightful heir to House Targaryen.
Having fallen in love,  Jon and Daenerys give in to their feelings for each other and have sex on their voyage north while unaware they are related by blood.
Jon returns to Winterfell and is reunited with Bran and Arya. He learns the Wall has been breached by the White Walkers.
Though they have readied Winterfell for battle, Sansa and the Northern lords are angry over Jon bending the knee to Daenerys.
Jon's bond with Daenerys continues to grow, and he rides one of her dragons, Rhaegal. Sam tells Jon the truth about his identity as Aegon Targaryen.
Later, Jon reveals this to Daenerys. The White Walkers arrive and Jon attempts to engage the Night King in single combat but is stopped when the Night King reanimates the dead to fight Jon.
Jon attempts to pursue him to the Godswood, where Bran is waiting to lure the Night's King, but is cornered by the undead Viserion. Jon prepares to fight Viserion, but the Night King is killed by Arya, destroying the army of the dead.
In the celebrations afterwards, Jon is praised by the wildlings. This troubles Daenerys, who fears the people of Westeros would prefer Jon as their ruler over her.
Jon is troubled by his blood relation to Daenerys, causing him to withdraw from their sexual intimacy. Jon assures Daenerys that he has no desire to take the Iron Throne, renouncing his claim for hers, but insists he must be honest with his sisters about his true parentage.
Jon tells Sansa and Arya, swearing them to secrecy, but Sansa sees him as a preferable alternative to Daenerys and tells Tyrion. Tyrion informs Varys , who implores Jon to take the Iron Throne but Jon refuses to betray Daenerys.
Jon leads the Northern forces to help Daenerys claim the Iron Throne. They take King's Landing and the city surrenders to Daenerys. However, having been driven mad by her recent losses and betrayals, Daenerys burns the city, killing hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.
Afterward, she declares she will wage war on the rest of the world. Arya and Tyrion warn Jon that Daenerys will view his heritage as a threat and she is a threat to the Starks.
Tyrion tells Jon that despite Jon's love for Daenerys, it is his duty to kill her to protect the people. Jon confronts Daenerys but, unable to dissuade her from further destruction, reluctantly kills her and she dies in his arms.
Jon is imprisoned by the Unsullied and awaits execution. Tyrion convinces the lords of Westeros to set up a new system of kingship, with Bran elected the King of the Six Kingdoms the North having been granted independence.
Bran sentences Jon to the Night's Watch to appease Daenerys' supporters as a compromise. Jon returns to Castle Black and leads the wildlings to return to their lands beyond the Wall.
Harington has received several accolades for the role of Jon Snow, including a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor — Television Series Drama in , and two Primetime Emmy Awards nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in and He has also been nominated for two Critics' Choice Awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in and Best Actor in a Drama Series in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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