In the last post on Game of Thrones, I mentioned about the R+L = J theory and promised to come back with an answer to the question – Who are the three heads of the dragon? –The theory that Rhaegar Targaryen was convinced about.
For simplicity lets assume that R+L=J theory holds true. (Click here to read that theory, if you haven’t read it yet.)
This might actually be true, esp. looking at what has happened in Season 5 till now. In episode 4 Melisandre, The Red Woman tried to seduce our hero Jon Snow. If the theory is true, it would make sense for Melisandre to get into Jon immediately. If you’ll recall, in the Season 3 episode titled “The Climb,” she shows up at the secret camp of the Brotherhood Without Banners, where Arya was hiding out with Gendry (bastard son of King Robert Baratheon). Not only is she able to find the rag-tag group of rogues, she also comes bearing prior knowledge about Gendry. We’ve all seen the God she worships, the Lord of Light, perform some pretty powerful magic in the show – can it also show her people with noble blood? As her character has reminded Stannis Baratheon and the audience nearly a dozen times, there’s power in king’s blood. So, if she’s trying to seduce Jon Snow in Season 5, odds are good it’s not because she’s heard about his talents in bed ;). For Jon Snow, all I could say is – “You know nothing Jon Snow”.
Coming back to the three heads of the dragon, let’s read another theory about Tyrion Lannister. Here it goes, Continue reading Part 2 – [Random Logic] R + L = J, a theory from ‘Game of Thrones’: Who are the three heads of the dragon?