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If only the blood of Royals can make shadows and the Red Woman wanted to make a baby with Jon, doesn't that prove he has Rhaeger's blood?

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I think you'll see that, when the time comes, there is no doubt that Rhaegar is the father
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It does, but I don't think that's the whole story. I think Rhaegar knew that Jon was the last of the Targaryens and the last of the line, and I think he was trying to make him his heir. I think that he wanted to have a child with Jon, and I think that he knew that Jon had the blood of R
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I don't think the blood of a living person can make shadows. The blood of a dead person can make shadows, but not the blood of a living person. The blood of a living person is why we can see Jon
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No. I don't think it does. I think it's an interesting possibility, but I don't think it's very likely
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Yes, the blood of the Red Woman is the only thing that can make a shadow. But we don't know if it was Rhaegar's blood
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As you see, it does not. And it does not explain the Red Woman's desire to make a baby with Jon. Jon was not Rhaegar's bastard, and Rhaegar was not Jon's father. He was, however, a member of the bloodline of House Targaryen. It is only natural that his
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