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Ser Jorah Mormont is an Auton!


Okay, so he’s probably not but it’s fun to let the imagination run wild and connect the crazyness of Doctor Who with the awesomeness of Game of Thrones. Am I right???

Actor Iain Glen portrays Father Octavian in the Doctor Who series. It actually took me awhile to figure out where I had seen him before. The voice was familiar…that smooth, sultry voice that send shivers up my spine. And then it hit me after watching season 2 of Game of Thrones:

Father Octavian and Ser Jorah Mormont are played by the same actor.

Since my brain always tries to make things connect in my fandoms, I had this idea. The Nestene Consciousness turned Rory into an Auton who was Legionnaire in a Roman Army (the whole army was Autons). If the Nestene could make Rory into an Auton, why couldn’t they do the same thing to Father Octavian? My brain says they can and this is what happened at the end of Flesh and Stone, the story that the writers didn’t show you:

The Nestene Consciousness know of this world called Westeros and wish to bring down Daenerys Targaryen. They utilize a human ally, Lord Varys, to help them in their mission. The real Jorah Mormont flung himself off a cliff when his wife left him. The Nestene make an Auton of Ser Jorah and send him to Varys to act as a spy. The problem is, the Nestene underestimate just how human the Autons are. Ser Jorah falls for Dany and ends up saving her life in the end.

***SPOILER ALERT*** In the end, the Doctor wins the Iron Throne and retires as the first Time Lord to also be a King.

LOL

That is how Doctor Who is connected to Game of Thrones.

And yes, I am aware that my nerd is showing 😛

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3 Comments on “Ser Jorah Mormont is an Auton!”

  1. cpbialois February 10, 2014 at 5:13 pm #

    LOL! Gee, thanks for spoiling the ending. 😛

    • drshaywest February 10, 2014 at 5:14 pm #

      The Doctor ALWAYS wins…even if he’s not even a part of the story LOL

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