'Game of Thrones' put some interesting facts in the brewing barrel while delivering the Season 7 finale [VIDEO]. Unveiling Jon Snow's true identity makes the King of the North the rightful heir to the Iron Throne. That fact may have been missed by some, but it's likely to be another powder keg during season 8. After all, it all comes down to power, and no matter how many soap-opera injections the show receives, a mind will always consider power as the ultimate stimulus. To put it in simple words the phrase would sound like this, "the love for power will overcome the power of love." It's a simple universal truth that may cause serious conflict in 'Game of Thrones' [VIDEO]during the final season.

Daenerys Targaryen is no longer an innocent character

Although it seems like a distant memory, the moment Daenerys Targaryen was sold by her brother Vyseris, her path since landing into Khal Drogo's possession and the end of the seventh season reveals a great transformation without any shadow of a doubt. Jon Snow being a Targaryen is still a secret that only Bran Stark and Sam are aware of. That means Daenerys is the last known Targaryen and the one with a legitimate claim to the Iron Throne at King's Landing at the moment.

Leading two powerful and distinct armies, the Dothraki hordes and the Unsullied legion, Daenerys would have conquered King's Landing by now but the emergence of the Night King has changed the dynamics of things.

Jorah Mormont and Tyrion Lannister were the two who provided Daenerys with good counsel when needed as they both tried to keep her revenge impulses in check.

Making a whole new life as a person who is supposed to bring peace and prosperity across Westeros. What will prevent her from attempting to kill Jon Snow? After all, she witnessed the brutal death of her brother Vyseris. Even more, she gave her consent for that to happen.

What makes Jon Snow special

Judging from afar but also knowing the facts, Daenerys is Jon Snow's aunt, and their incestuous relationships could sail into warmer waters. After all, Snow, who was proclaimed the King of the North, sees that it's in his best interests to join forces with Daenerys to defend everyone against the Army of the Dead.

Snow was a potential rival of Daenerys who could've questioned her authority even before Bran Stark and Sam had that little chat about his origins. Jon, who already died once, could receive another stab in the heart from Daenerys Targaryen, both literally and figuratively.