A/N: Hey, so I accidentally wound up deleting this one from my computer! I was able to remember some of the request, but I don’t know if I remembered all of it. I’m very sorry, hun, if this isn’t what you wanted! If it’s not, you can always let me know and I’ll gladly rewrite one for you as soon as I can! I’m really sorry, again! It was a complete fuck up on my part. <3 xx
Imagine being Jon’s twin and when he goes to The Wall you head North to find a place just outside it for yourself. One day, Wildlings attack your home and you wind up recognizing one of them as Jon.
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The thought of living without your brother was what had
drove you here. The home you’d made outside the Wall was without all the
accommodations you’d become used to at Winterfell, but came with the comfort of
knowing you would get the occasional visit from your twin. When he had gone
missing beyond the Wall, you had held a deep sense in your gut that he was
still alive, and that had been enough to keep you from going insane.
But now, as Wildlings attacked the little home you’d managed
to find, you worried that you might never see him again for certain this time.
“Let her go!” had boomed beyond the men who had pulled you
away from your home as other Wildlings ransacked what little you did have,
causing your head to snap towards the familiar voice.
There he was, wearing not the black of the Night’s Watch,
but the clothes of the Wildlings, “Jon?”
A Wildling at your side spits back at him, “What’s it to
Am I the only Jonerys fan who wants them to actually be equals instead of Jon kissing at her feet
Hi. Why are you feeling like they aren’t equals, or that people don’t see them as equals? I really want to read your thoughts. (I mean it).
I feel like this episode/scene was to show Jon’s feelings. She admires him as much and respects him as much, she has to be firm as a queen and for what she has lived for so long, it’s only normal to came down a harsh sometimes.
But ultimatelly, I do believe they are equals. He has shown him in this episode that he not only was right, but he truly does trust her and is aware of what’s important to her (her people and her children), and I feel like with her telling him that she will fight at his side and they will fight the NK together, she is telling him that she is aware of his, too (his own people and family).
We have to be patient. I mean, there is certainly some fans that may like a more dominant Dany, but at least I still see them as equals and I’m sure we will get scenes of Dany later showing her admiration and respect of Jon, too.
He was just really sweet in this episode. This is a mother that just lost her baby. He was trying to hold her, he wasn’t worshipping her, he was showing love and offering comfort.
They are children, Sansa thought. They are silly little girls, even Elinor. They’ve never seen a battle, they’ve never seen a man die, they know nothing. Their dreams were full of songs and stories, the way hers had been before Joffrey cut her fathers head off. Sansa pitied them. Sansa envied them.
“When there was a Stark in Winterfell, a maiden girl could walk down the kingsroad in her name-day gown and still go unmolested, and travelers could find fire, bread, and salt at many an inn and holdfast. But the nights are colder now, and doors are closed … It was different when there was a Stark in Winterfell. But the old wolf’s dead and young one’s gone south to play the game of thrones, and all that’s left us is the ghosts.”