History Characters / GameOfThronesHouseStarkChildren

10th Dec '17 6:22:07 PM NOYB
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** Since his [[MissingMom mother is missing]] and her identity is totally unknown by most people (including him), a great deal more emphasis is put on Jon's Stark lineage because despite being the illegitimate son of Ned Stark, he's the kid who [[LikeFatherLikeSon echoes Ned the most]] and he spent his life in the North entrenched by its ways and customs. This is even a plot point by the end of Season 6 when the Northern lords are willing to overlook his illegitimacy and name him as the King in the North because Jon is the [[HeirClubForMen last surviving son]] of Ned Stark (as far as they know) and the [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority living embodiment of a Northern warrior]].

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** Since his [[MissingMom mother is missing]] and her identity is totally unknown by most people (including him), a great deal more emphasis is put on Jon's Stark lineage because despite being the illegitimate son of Ned Stark, he's the kid who [[LikeFatherLikeSon echoes Ned the most]] and he spent his life in the North entrenched by in its ways and customs. This is even a plot point by the end of Season 6 when the Northern lords are willing to overlook his illegitimacy and name him as the King in the North because Jon is the [[HeirClubForMen last surviving son]] of Ned Stark (as far as they know) and the [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority living embodiment of a Northern warrior]].
10th Dec '17 6:21:09 PM NOYB
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* SurpriseIncest: [[spoiler:In the Season 7 finale, Jon makes love with Daenerys Targaryen, who unbeknownst to either are actually aunt and nephew]].

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* SurpriseIncest: [[spoiler:In the Season 7 finale, Jon makes love with to Daenerys Targaryen, who Targaryen; unbeknownst to either either, they are actually aunt and nephew]].
10th Dec '17 6:18:11 PM NOYB
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** After her older brother Jon literally beats Ramsay into the ground, it's Sansa who gets to pass final judgment on him. So what revenge does she take for the absolute hell Ramsay's put her and her family through? Sansa and Jon decide to [[KarmicDeath feed Ramsay to his starving dogs]], just as he'd intended to do to Jon if the Stark army had been defeated and what he did to numerous innocent women in his past.

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** After her older brother Jon literally beats Ramsay into the ground, it's Sansa who gets to pass final judgment on him. So what revenge does she take for the absolute hell Ramsay's put her and her family through? Sansa and Jon decide decides to [[KarmicDeath feed Ramsay to his starving dogs]], just as he'd intended to do to Jon if the Stark army had been defeated and what he did to numerous innocent women in his past.
10th Dec '17 6:14:53 PM NOYB
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* AmazonChaser: The two women who Jon has fallen in love with (Ygritte [[spoiler:and Daenerys]]) are both fierce and martial, with Ygritte being a wildling warrior and archer and [[spoiler:Daenerys being a DragonRider YoungConqueror who is also a FrontlineGeneral and commander in her battles]]. [[labelnote:From the books]]Jon, reflecting on his growing attraction for the character Val "the Wildling Princess" who was AdaptedOut, observes that Val is, "lonely and lovely and lethal"[[/labelnote]].

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* AmazonChaser: The two women who whom Jon has fallen in love with (Ygritte [[spoiler:and Daenerys]]) are both fierce and martial, with Ygritte being a wildling warrior and archer and [[spoiler:Daenerys being a DragonRider YoungConqueror who is also a FrontlineGeneral and commander in her battles]]. [[labelnote:From the books]]Jon, reflecting on his growing attraction for the character Val "the Wildling Princess" who was AdaptedOut, observes that Val is, "lonely and lovely and lethal"[[/labelnote]].



* TangledFamilyTree: The man who Jon knows as his father [[{{Nephewism}} is actually his maternal uncle]], therefore Jon's adopted siblings are actually his maternal first cousins. [[spoiler:And if the Season 7 finale is any indication, he'll likely get hitched with his paternal aunt who is also his second cousin ([[SurpriseIncest though both of them are unaware of their actual relationship]]).]]

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* TangledFamilyTree: The man who whom Jon knows as his father [[{{Nephewism}} is actually his maternal uncle]], therefore Jon's adopted siblings are actually his maternal first cousins. [[spoiler:And if the Season 7 finale is any indication, he'll likely get hitched with his paternal aunt who is also his second cousin ([[SurpriseIncest though both of them are unaware of their actual relationship]]).]]
4th Dec '17 3:37:04 PM cherrychels
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* MixedAncestry: Being the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen means he's both of the First Man and Valyrian blood.

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* MixedAncestry: Being the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen means he's both of the First Man Men and Valyrian blood.



* InnocentBlueEyes: A textbook example at the start of the series. As Sansa's innocence has been slowly destroyed by circumstance, her gaze has appropriately [[IcyBlueEyes hardened]] in kind.

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* InnocentBlueEyes: A textbook example at the start of the series. As Sansa's [[BrokenBird innocence has been slowly destroyed by circumstance, circumstance]], her gaze has appropriately [[IcyBlueEyes hardened]] in kind.
4th Dec '17 3:30:18 PM cherrychels
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* MixedAncestry: With a Stark father and a Tully mother, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran and Rickon descend from parents who are of Northern and Southern culture. The Starks are Northmen while Catelyn Tully is a Southerner of House Tully. Though House Tully also descend from the First Men like the Starks, they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and culturally different from Northerners. The Stark children are all raised in the Northern way but, with the exception of Jon, were also reared under Catelyn's cultural influences and as a result, follow both the Old Gods (the predominant religion in the North) and the Faith of the Seven (the predominant religion in the South).

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* MixedAncestry: With a Stark father and a Tully mother, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran and Rickon descend from parents who are of Northern and Southern culture. The Starks are Northmen while Catelyn Tully is a Southerner of House Tully. the Tullys -- Catelyn's family -- are from the South. Though House Tully also descend descends from the First Men like the Starks, they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and culturally different from Northerners. The Stark children are all raised in the Northern way but, with the exception of Jon, were also reared under Catelyn's cultural influences and as a result, follow both the Old Gods (the predominant religion in the North) and the Faith of the Seven (the predominant religion in the South).
4th Dec '17 3:27:01 PM cherrychels
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* MixedAncestry: With a Stark father and a Tully mother, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran and Rickon descend from parents who are of both Northern and Southern culture. Catelyn Tully is a Southerner of House Tully and though House Tully also descend from the First Men like the Starks, they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and culturally different from Northerners. The Stark children are all raised in the Northern way but, with the exception of Jon, were also reared under Catelyn's cultural influences and as a result, follow both the Old Gods and the Faith of the Seven.

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* MixedAncestry: With a Stark father and a Tully mother, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran and Rickon descend from parents who are of both Northern and Southern culture. The Starks are Northmen while Catelyn Tully is a Southerner of House Tully and though Tully. Though House Tully also descend from the First Men like the Starks, they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and culturally different from Northerners. The Stark children are all raised in the Northern way but, with the exception of Jon, were also reared under Catelyn's cultural influences and as a result, follow both the Old Gods (the predominant religion in the North) and the Faith of the Seven.Seven (the predominant religion in the South).
4th Dec '17 3:07:43 PM cherrychels
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* MixedAncestry: With a Stark father and a Tully mother, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran and Rickon descend from parents who are of both Northmen and Andal culture. Catelyn is a Southerner of House Tully and though House Tully also descend from the First Men like the Starks, they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and very different from Northerners. The Stark children are all raised in the Northern culture but, with the exception of Jon, they follow both the Old Gods and the Faith of the Seven.

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* MixedAncestry: With a Stark father and a Tully mother, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran and Rickon descend from parents who are of both Northmen Northern and Andal Southern culture. Catelyn Tully is a Southerner of House Tully and though House Tully also descend from the First Men like the Starks, they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and very culturally different from Northerners. The Stark children are all raised in the Northern culture way but, with the exception of Jon, they were also reared under Catelyn's cultural influences and as a result, follow both the Old Gods and the Faith of the Seven.
4th Dec '17 2:55:50 PM cherrychels
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* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: In the Season 6 finale, he is named the new King in the North and the White Wolf by the Northmen and the Wildlings.

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* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: In the Season 6 finale, he is named the new King in the North and the White Wolf by the Northmen and the Wildlings.Knights of the Vale.
4th Dec '17 2:54:33 PM cherrychels
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* MixedAncestry: Their mother Catelyn is a Southerner of House Tully, though House Tully are technically of First Men origin they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and very different from Northerners. The Stark children are seen as thoroughly Northern (though Sansa identifies more with her mother's side and only Arya and Jon look Northern) but follow both the Old Gods and the Faith of the Seven.
** The half sibling Jon is likely of mixed ancestry as well. [[spoiler: He's later revealed to actually be Ned's nephew, the legitimate son of his sister and Rhaegar Targaryen; this means he is of First Men and Valyrian descent.]]

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* MixedAncestry: Their mother With a Stark father and a Tully mother, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran and Rickon descend from parents who are of both Northmen and Andal culture. Catelyn is a Southerner of House Tully, Tully and though House Tully are technically of also descend from the First Men origin like the Starks, they are thoroughly assimilated into Andal society and very different from Northerners. The Stark children are seen as thoroughly all raised in the Northern (though Sansa identifies more culture but, with her mother's side and only Arya and Jon look Northern) but the exception of Jon, they follow both the Old Gods and the Faith of the Seven.
** The half sibling Likewise, Jon is likely also of mixed ancestry as well. [[spoiler: He's later revealed to actually be Ned's nephew, nephew. As the legitimate son of his Ned's sister Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen; this means he Targaryen, Jon is of descended from the First Men and Valyrian descent.blood.]]



* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: In the Season 6 finale, he is named the new King in the North, the White Wolf, by the Northmen, the Wildlings, the Knights of the Vale, and the last known Giant.

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* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: In the Season 6 finale, he is named the new King in the North, North and the White Wolf, Wolf by the Northmen, the Wildlings, the Knights of the Vale, Northmen and the last known Giant.Wildlings.



** He is supposed to resemble Ned the most out of the Stark children (specifically that "he has more of the North in him than the others" as Tyrion notes in Season 1). He is known for his honour, and carries out executions himself much like how Ned taught him and Robb. All of this makes it even more ironic that Ned is not his father, but his uncle. [[spoiler:Lord Beric also notes on seeing him up-close that he doesn't in fact resemble Ned a great deal]].

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** He is supposed said to resemble Ned the most out of the Stark children (specifically that "he has more of the North in him than the others" as Tyrion notes in Season 1). He is known for his honour, and carries out executions himself much like how Ned taught him and Robb. All of this makes it even more ironic that Ned is not his father, but his uncle. [[spoiler:Lord Beric also notes on seeing him up-close that he doesn't in fact physically resemble Ned a great deal]].



* MixedAncestry: Being the son of Rhaegar Targaryen means he's both a First Man and a Valyrian.

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* MixedAncestry: Being the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen means he's both a of the First Man and a Valyrian.Valyrian blood.



* HourglassPlot: The Stark daughter who most wanted to assimilate in the North becomes the most loyal and devoted to the family's memories and legacy, and ultimately restores it to power, and tries to defend it against all the FeudingFamilies who have harmed it in the past (Bolton, Lannister, Targaryen).

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* HourglassPlot: The Stark daughter who most wanted to assimilate in the North and go South in the beginning of the series ends up desperately wanting to return home to the North due to her horrific experiences in the South. She becomes the most loyal and thoroughly devoted to the Stark family's memories and legacy, and ultimately restores helping to restore it to power, and tries to defend it against from all the FeudingFamilies who with members that have harmed it in the past (Bolton, Lannister, Targaryen).past.
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