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The Best Jon Snow Quotes 

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Updated November 13, 2018 1.7k votes 661 voters 105.8k views 11 items

With "Game of Thrones" George R.R. Martin crafted a universe full of (tons and tons and tons) complicated and complex characters. Many of the main characters have strong, individualized voices and even out of context, almost any quote can be quickly placed to its speaker. In a world of dozens of characters that is no small feat. Jon Snow, Ned Stark's bastard son, though a quiet, brooding type, has had many memorable quotes.

Jon Snow was raised alongside his brothers Robb, Bran, and Rickon and his sisters Sansa and Arya. He leaves home during season one, when he reaches early adulthood to take the black and join the Night's Watch on the wall. He doesn't always say much, but when he does it's to the point.

Vote up the best Jon Snow quotes from "Game of Thrones" below and read up on the other members of House Stark to learn more about his father's family.
 
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On Choices
On Choices is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Jon Snow Quotes
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"Sometimes there Is no happy choice, only one less grievous than the others."
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He Knows Some Things Are Different
He Knows Some Things Are... is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Jon Snow Quotes
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"We look up at the same stars and see such different things."
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Seriously, He Knows Some Things
Seriously, He Knows Some... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Jon Snow Quotes
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"I do know some things, I know I love you. I know you love me. I have to go home now."
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On Balance
On Balance is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Jon Snow Quotes
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"The more you give a king, the more he wants. We are walking on a bridge of ice with an abyss on either side. Pleasing one king is difficult enough, pleasing two is hardly possible."
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