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Jon learns of his father's execution for treason and, although tempted to leave the Wall to help his family, is convinced by his friends to stay.
Jon accompanies the Night's Watch on the Great Ranging beyond the Wall. When the Night's Watch seek shelter from the wildling Craster , an old man who marries his own daughters, Jon is disgusted to discover that Craster sacrifices his sons to the White Walkers.
Later, as part of a small scouting party led by Night's Watch ranger Qhorin Halfhand, Jon is tasked with killing a wildling prisoner, the woman warrior Ygritte.
He finds himself unable to do so and she escapes, only to capture him with her comrades. Qhorin, also taken prisoner, orders Jon to pretend to defect and join the wildlings to discover their plans.
Qhorin stages a fight and secretly instructs Jon to kill him to gain the wildlings' trust. Jon does and is taken to meet Mance Rayder, the wildlings' King-Beyond-the Wall.
Jon pledges his loyalty to Mance and travels with the wildlings, learning that they intend to scale the Wall and force their way south of the Wall.
Ygritte seduces Jon and takes his virginity, and they eventually fall in love. After scaling the Wall, Jon refuses to kill an innocent man to prove his loyalty.
He is attacked by the other wildlings but escapes to Castle Black, despite being wounded by a devastated Ygritte. Jon is tried for his defection to the wildlings, but Maester Aemon is convinced of Jon's loyalty to the Watch and frees him.
Jon leads an expedition to Craster's Keep, where some Night's Watchmen have mutinied and murdered Lord Commander Mormont. After defeating the mutineers, Jon is reunited with Ghost.
Later, Tormund Giantsbane 's wildlings attack Castle Black while Mance's army besieges the Wall. The wildlings are repelled, although Ygritte is shot and dies in Jon's arms.
Jon goes beyond the Wall to negotiate with or kill Mance, but Stannis Baratheon's army arrives and routs the wildling camp, taking Mance prisoner.
At Tormund's behest, Jon cremates Ygritte beyond the Wall. Stannis enlists Jon as an intermediary between himself and Mance, hoping to add the wildling army to his own.
Mance refuses to kneel to Stannis, and Mance is burned at the stake by the red priestess Melisandre. Jon shoots Mance before he succumbs to the fire.
Stannis offers to legitimize Jon as lord of Winterfell in exchange for his support, but Jon remains loyal to his vows. Jon is voted the new Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, initially tying with his nemesis Thorne before the tie is broken by Maester Aemon's vote.
Jon's intention to bring the wildlings into the Seven Kingdoms and grant them lands south of the Wall further enrages Thorne's faction of the Watch, who all hold a hatred for the wildlings.
Jon travels to the wildling village of Hardhome, seeking their support for his plan to ally the Night's Watch and the wildlings against the growing threat of the White Walkers.
Several thousand come agree to come with Jon, but the rest are massacred when the White Walkers attack the village, although Jon discovers their vulnerability to Valyrian steel when he destroys one with Longclaw.
Jon returns to the Wall, where he learns that Stannis has been defeated by the Boltons. Later, he is lured to his death by Thorne and his men, who are angry Jon led the wildlings south of the Wall.
They assassinate Jon for his perceived betrayal of the Night's Watch. Davos Seaworth , Dolorous Edd Tollett, and other brothers of the Watch loyal to Jon barricade themselves in a room with Ghost and Jon's body, and an attack by Thorne and his men is thwarted by the arrival of Tormund and his wildlings.
Davos encourages Melisandre to attempt to resurrect Jon. The ritual seemingly fails but Jon suddenly awakens. After hanging Thorne and the other ringleaders of Jon's assassination, Jon passes his command to Edd and declares he has been released from his Night's Watch vows by death.
He makes plans to leave Castle Black. Jon is reunited with his half-sister Sansa Stark , who has fled her abusive husband Ramsay Bolton and seeks Jon's aid in retaking Winterfell from the Boltons.
Jon refuses until a threatening message arrives from Ramsay demanding Sansa's return and announcing Ramsay's possession of their brother Rickon.
Jon, Sansa, Davos, and Tormund travel the North to recruit an army to take back Winterfell and rescue Rickon, but many houses refuse to support them and their forces grow to only half the size of Bolton's.
Jon plans for battle. As the armies assemble, Ramsay kills Rickon in order to provoke Jon and lure the Stark forces out of position.
The ploy works and the outnumbered Stark forces are surrounded and nearly slaughtered, but then the Knights of the Vale of House Arryn arrive with Sansa and Petyr Baelish and rout the Bolton army.
Jon pursues Ramsay back into Winterfell and subdues him, but allows Sansa to decide his death. Jon gathers the lords of the North and warns them of the threat of the White Walkers.
The Northern lords declare Jon the new King in the North. Meanwhile, Bran Stark has a vision of the past which shows Ned reuniting with his dying sister Lyanna in the Tower of Joy.
She makes him swear to protect her son with Rhaegar Targaryen , who is revealed to be Jon. Jon prepares the North's defense against the White Walkers.
He receives a message from Cersei Lannister that he swear his allegiance to her, as well as an invitation to Dragonstone from Daenerys Targaryen 's Hand Tyrion.
In a message from Sam, Jon learns Dragonstone has a deposit of dragonglass, to which the White Walkers and wights are vulnerable. He decides to meet with Daenerys.
Daenerys wants Jon to bend the knee but Jon refuses, insisting that the White Walkers are a threat to all of humanity.
Tyrion persuades Daenerys to let Jon mine dragonglass as a gesture of goodwill. Jon discovers cave drawings of the First Men and the Children of the Forest fighting the White Walkers and invites Daenerys to view them.
As part of the plan to convince Cersei that the army of the dead is real, Jon leads an expedition beyond the Wall to capture a wight to provide proof of it.
During the mission, when Jon kills a White Walker, the wights it had reanimated are destroyed. He realizes that killing the Night King will kill the entire army of the dead.
When Jon and his party are surrounded by wights, Daenerys comes to their aid with her dragons. However, one of the dragons, Viserion, is killed by the White Walker's commander, the Night King, who prepares to kill another and Jon tells Daenerys and the others to escape.
Daenerys is forced to flee without Jon but Benjen arrives to rescue him, sacrificing himself. Later, Daenerys vows to fight the Night King with Jon and he swears fealty to her as his queen.
Jon and Daenerys travel to King's Landing to parley with Cersei. Cersei is apparently convinced to declare a truce so that the Lannisters may aid in the battle against the dead but later reveals to Jaime that she has no intention of keeping her word.
Meanwhile, Sam and Bran have discovered that Jon was born Aegon Targaryen, the legitimate son of Rhaegar and Lyanna and rightful heir to House Targaryen.
Having fallen in love,  Jon and Daenerys give in to their feelings for each other and have sex on their voyage north while unaware they are related by blood.
Jon returns to Winterfell and is reunited with Bran and Arya. He learns the Wall has been breached by the White Walkers. Though they have readied Winterfell for battle, Sansa and the Northern lords are angry over Jon bending the knee to Daenerys.
Jon's bond with Daenerys continues to grow, and he rides one of her dragons, Rhaegal. Sam tells Jon the truth about his identity as Aegon Targaryen.
Later, Jon reveals this to Daenerys. The White Walkers arrive and Jon attempts to engage the Night King in single combat but is stopped when the Night King reanimates the dead to fight Jon.
Jon attempts to pursue him to the Godswood, where Bran is waiting to lure the Night's King, but is cornered by the undead Viserion.
Jon prepares to fight Viserion, but the Night King is killed by Arya, destroying the army of the dead. In the celebrations afterwards, Jon is praised by the wildlings.
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While Lord Eddard openly acknowledged Jon as his son and allowed him to live at Winterfell with his half-siblings, Jon felt like an outsider nonetheless.
While Jon has good relationships with his siblings, especially Robb, with whom he trained since they were children,  and Arya, whom he sees as somewhat of an outsider as well,  Eddard's wife Catelyn, who was especially annoyed when Jon bested Robb in training or classes,  ensured that Jon was never truly one of them.
As a northerner raised at Winterfell, Jon keeps faith with the old gods. After joining the Night's Watch, Jon dresses in their official black garb.
Martin told the company Valyrian Steel, which makes replicas of Jon's sword, to use the reversed Stark colors on the plaque that goes with the sword.
Jon is unaware of his mother's identity   and Eddard refuses to speak of her. Jon and his wet nurse had been installed in the castle before the arrival of Eddard's new wife, Catelyn Tully , and his young son and heir, Robb Stark , from Riverrun , which Catelyn did not take well.
Lord Eddard was fiercely protective of Jon  and refused to send him away. Jon has trained at swordplay since he was old enough to walk, together with Robb,  whom he came to view as his "best friend, rival and constant companion,"  and later also with Theon Greyjoy ,  after the latter came to Winterfell following the conclusion of Greyjoy's Rebellion.
Jon learned how to swim in the great moat at Winterfell; he is considered a strong swimmer. Jon grew close to his true-born siblings, especially Robb and Arya.
Because they look alike, Arya came to believe that she was bastard-born as well, but Jon reassured his half-sister this was not the case.
They were discovered by Mance Rayder , a ranger from the Night's Watch who had accompanied Lord Commander Qorgyle to Winterfell. The ranger promised not to tell anyone, and Jon and Robb succeeded in their ploy, being chased around the yard by Fat Tom , their victim.
Once, when Jon called out that he was " Lord of Winterfell ," Robb informed him that it was impossible due to his bastardy , which would become a sore memory for Jon.
Since he was young, Jon's hero was King Daeron, the Young Dragon, who had conquered Dorne at the age of fourteen. Jon accompanies his father, Lord Eddard Stark , his brothers Robb and Bran , his father's ward Theon Greyjoy , and others from Winterfell to the execution of Gared , a deserter from the Night's Watch.
On their way back to Winterfell, Jon and Robb race ahead and find a litter of direwolf pups. When Eddard states that killing the pups quickly would forestall a painful and slow death, Jon points out that there are five pups—one for each of Eddard's legitimate children—and the direwolf is the sigil of House Stark , indicating that they must be meant to have the wolves.
The comparison only works out because Jon is not claiming a pup for himself, and Eddard gives in. As they leave, Jon discovers an albino pup, cast away from its litter.
Because he is a bastard , Jon is not allowed sit with his siblings and the royal children during the feast welcoming King Robert I Baratheon and his family to the north.
At the feast Jon speaks with his uncle, Benjen Stark , the First Ranger of the Night's Watch. When Benjen suggests that the Watch could use a man as observant as Jon, Jon quickly requests to accompany him to the Wall when he leaves, as even a bastard can rise to a position of honor there.
Although hesitant about it at the feast, Benjen eventually approaches Luwin , telling the maester that Jon had expressed interest in joining the Night's Watch.
As Eddard feels he cannot take Jon south with him, Luwin suggests the Night's Watch for Jon, and Eddard agrees. Catelyn is pleased, because as a member of the Watch Jon will never father children who might contest her grandchildren's inheritance of Winterfell.
The decision for him to go to the Wall leaves Jon angry in the days before he is set to leave. Jon says his last goodbyes, first to the comatose Bran, then to Robb, and finally to Arya , to whom he gives a small, slender sword which they name Needle.
At Castle Black , Jon first remains aloof and distant, making no friends; he scorns his fellow recruits who return the feeling, resenting him due to his attitude.
Days after their arrival, Benjen leaves to lead a ranging, and while Jon requests to accompany him, Benjen refuses to allow it, leaving Jon angry.
After a fight between Jon and several other recruits, Jon speaks with Donal Noye , the armorer at Castle Black, who points that Jon has been a bully to the other recruits.
When a letter arrives from Winterfell informing Jon that Bran, though crippled, has awoken and will live, Jon is ecstatic, and when he returns to the Common Hall, he offers his fellow recruits advice on their swordplay.
When Samwell Tarly arrives at the Wall, Jon reaches out to him, and helps him being accepted by the majority of the recruits.
As new recruits are about to arrive at Castle Black, eight recruits, including Jon, are chosen to take their vows. Sam is not chosen, and Jon realizes that it will only be a matter of time that Sam will be hurt or killed in training without his friends present to protect him.
Jon visits Maester Aemon and asks if Aemon will persuade Jeor Mormont , the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch , to take Sam from training and allow him to take his vows, pointing out that Sam, due to his ability to write, read, and do math, would make a good personal steward for Aemon.
Jon expects to be raised to the rangers , but is angered when Lord Commander Mormont appoints him as his personal steward instead.
Sam points out to Jon that Mormont has given him the position in order to groom him for command, which quells his anger. Jon and Sam decide to say their vows in front of the weirwood trees located north of the Wall.
After they have said the words, Ghost returns with the severed hand of Jafer Flowers ,  alerting the men of the corpses of Jafer and Othor.
The two corpses are brought back to Castle Black, where Jon is informed of the death of King Robert and the arrest of his father, Eddard. Jon attempts to attack Alliser after the knight mocks Eddard and Jon, and is placed in isolation as a result.
That night, the two deceased brothers they had found north of the Wall rise. When one wight attempts to attack Lord Commander Mormont, Jon intervenes, saving Jeor's life, though he seriously burns his hand in the process.
Though he is now a sworn brother of the Night's Watch, Jon becomes torn between the Watch and his former family when he learns from Sam that Robb has marched south with an army.
Maester Aemon explains to Jon the difficulty of keeping true to the Night's Watch's vows at times, citing among other examples the deaths of most of his relatives at the end of Robert's Rebellion , causing Jon to realize Aemon is a Targaryen.
His new friends bring him back, however, and save him from this fate. The next day, Lord Commander Mormont chastises him for running, and Jon agrees to fully commit to the Watch.
He accepts his place as Jeor's squire and prepares for the journey beyond the Wall which Mormont plans to lead. Snow was also awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters by the University of Liverpool in ,  by Sussex University in   and by Keele University in In Snow was briefly engaged to fellow ITN journalist Anna Ford , ITN's first female newsreader on News at Ten.
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