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#34 - Kings legitimise who they please, Ramsey was legitimised by a …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/27/2016 on Game of Thrones Finale Comp... 0
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#36 - thesecretbear (06/27/2016) [-]
Ramsey was legitimized by his father under the authority of his sovereign. Robb legitimized his brother, whom he didn't know was of a different name.

It's a tricky situation really. One for the medieval scholars.
I would think that if anything, he would be dubbed a Stark in name, but a Targaryen by blood.
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#40 - angelious (06/27/2016) [-]
as far as i understand.

the bastard can only inherit if there is no legimate children left alive.

unless its an agnatic succesion law. in which case only the males can inherit and thus jon would trump dane.
#30 - Strictly speaking, he was legitimised by Robb, making him a tr…  [+] (7 new replies) 06/27/2016 on Game of Thrones Finale Comp... +2
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#32 - qotsa (06/27/2016) [-]
i think that was only in the books.
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#94 - wellimnotsure (06/27/2016) [-]
No it was confirmed in the show
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#31 - thesecretbear (06/27/2016) [-]
Wouldn't Robb only have the authority to legitimize him as a Stark, and not a Targ?
Why would one house have the authority to recognize another's bastard?

Cersei is going to be the one getting called mad queen.
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#34 - thegamegestapo (06/27/2016) [-]
Kings legitimise who they please, Ramsey was legitimised by a 'Baratheon' king after all.

It's down to the constitutional question whether Robb was ever a true king.
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#36 - thesecretbear (06/27/2016) [-]
Ramsey was legitimized by his father under the authority of his sovereign. Robb legitimized his brother, whom he didn't know was of a different name.

It's a tricky situation really. One for the medieval scholars.
I would think that if anything, he would be dubbed a Stark in name, but a Targaryen by blood.
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#40 - angelious (06/27/2016) [-]
as far as i understand.

the bastard can only inherit if there is no legimate children left alive.

unless its an agnatic succesion law. in which case only the males can inherit and thus jon would trump dane.
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She was a massive cunt who married my father when I was five, divorced him after eight months, and stole literally everything on the way out. I mean everything. Even my fucking bed was gone. Then again, I was five, and didn't understand any of what was going on or why my house was empty.
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