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While Season 3 ended on a massive low point with the series’ most liked hero, Robb Stark, being brutally murdered by his allies, there was still a glimmer of hope for the Stark family in the brutal world of Westeros.
The Stark Siblings seem to be enduring the most angst in the series, but Jon Snow may give fans some hope for, not only his survival, but also perhaps a seat on the Iron Throne. (Well, one can only dream!)
With Season 3 giving fans a major blow, Kit Harington says that the fourth season, which covers the second half of George R.R. Martin’s Book A Storm of Swords, will be a chance to start over and focus on the characters that are still alive.
“This season is quite interesting because you start fresh in a weird sort of way,” Harington told ZaptoIt. “The Red Wedding kind of wipes the slate clean in a strange kind of way. You get rid of all the Starks, and then you start fresh. That was quite nice that we were just starting [to build] a new story in a strange way.”
When we last left Jon, he was north of the wall with the Wildings and his ladylove, Ygritte. After two years away from Castle Black, he finally made his ways back only to be wounded by Ygritte, after he betrayed her by leaving her behind.
Harington says the Jon Snow who has returned to Castle Black is very different than the one who left it. So now, as he’s wounded by love and finding the Wall in shambles, and hearing the news about the death of his brother Robb, expect a big change in the once naïve boy.
“What’s going to be quite interesting this year is seeing how brutal Jon becomes,” he continued. “It’s a slow progress this season, but losing his love, losing his whole family in the Red Wedding, spending two years as a spy undercover, and then coming back to Castle Black hardens someone. To put it into a sort of modern context, when a young man goes off to war in our day and age, they’ve got that thousand-mile stare, and I think that’s what Jon comes back with a bit.”
And with no father figure, or someone to guide him, Harington says that Jon will have to fend for himself and make some hard decisions.
“The major thing for him is he doesn’t have the usual patriarchal figure over his head telling him what to do,” Harington told Entertainment Weekly. “There’s no Uncle Benjen, no Qhorin Halfhand, no Mance Rayder. He’s found himself back at The Wall and he knows there’s an imminent threat from the Wildlings. There’s a power struggle between him and the Castle Black commanding officers.”
This season, fans can expect Jon to have more problems other than trying to warn the world of Westeros of the impending Wilding attack. Politics on the Wall are changing and doesn’t bode well for him. Two men will be thorns in his side: Janos Slynt and Ser Alliser Thorne. According to Harington, Jon has to account for his whereabouts and killing Qhorin.
“I think Jon Snow is one of the last bastions of a young hero who might do a good thing,” Harington told GQ. “There’s a huge amount riding on him to be a leader, and I want him to become that leader. I guess for me, Jon Snow is a figure of hope within the whole thing—that he’ll continue to be this good person, and somehow the story will end well for everybody.”
In Martin’s world, one can only hope.
Game of Thrones premieres Sunday, April 6 @ 9pm (EST) on HBO and HBO Canada.
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