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Changing the cause of the mutiny from "the Boltons" to "the wildlings" just doesn't make sense. If he would go so far as to kill Jon over it....why not just lock the gate to them BEFORE that?
 
Changing the cause of the mutiny from "the Boltons" to "the wildlings" just doesn't make sense. If he would go so far as to kill Jon over it....why not just lock the gate to them BEFORE that?
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Stabbing Jon afterwards doesn't stop the wildlings from already being on the south side of the Wall. All it would do is anger the wildlings who now see Jon as their savior.
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The TV writers just plain screwed up. I only have a glimmer of hope they'll retroactively say it was due to the Boltons.

Latest revision as of 20:41, March 9, 2016

No, if it was their intention to frame the wildlings they wouldn't have set up a sign saying "Traitor" on it.

Changing the cause of the mutiny from "the Boltons" to "the wildlings" just doesn't make sense. If he would go so far as to kill Jon over it....why not just lock the gate to them BEFORE that?

Stabbing Jon afterwards doesn't stop the wildlings from already being on the south side of the Wall. All it would do is anger the wildlings who now see Jon as their savior.

The TV writers just plain screwed up. I only have a glimmer of hope they'll retroactively say it was due to the Boltons.

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