Some even know what foreshadowing is? Just because someone throws a line doesn't mean that. And what does the North have to do with Varys and Dany conversation? The North revolting would mean that they will go against Jon for his alliance with Dany, meaning say they will go against the Targaryen, Jon and Dany who are together, in any case it would be North vs Targaryen, but there wont be nothing of that, the same with Starkbowl or Targbowl because there are ice zombies coming for all of them.
“there wont be nothing of that, the same with Starkbowl or Targbowl because there are ice zombies coming for all of them.”
Facing a revolt among the Northerners while also facing the Wight Walkers and Team Cersei/Euron would be overkill. It would also be a completely stupid and irresponsible move on the part of the Northerners. Are we supposed to cheer the North for rebelling against Jon because he teamed up with the woman who had the army and firepower to save them all? Is this suppose to be a good for those who proposed this theory? Becuase it’s not. The only ones who will look like they are in the wrong are those who rebel against those who want to save them, talk about cutting your nose to spite your face.
I think the anon was trying to tie in Varys contingent loyalty towards Dany as a sign that they will be betrayed on all sides. They are already getting betrayed by Cersei. It’s overkill, especially for a season that is being condensed to 6 episodes. Or perhaps they are thinking that Varys will betray Dany for Jon because Jon is a boy and the rightful heir and Dany is a girl who somehow because worthless once Jon’s parentage is revealed? Am I getting that right?
Again, coming up with theories to reach the ending you want without taking into consideration the narrative structure of the story and where the story has been clearly pointing at, is a fool’s errand.