'Game of Thrones' is in a straight line for its finish. The upcoming season has been confirmed as the final one for the HBO production, but we're not there yet. The pause in-between Season 7 and Season 8 is significant, but maybe it gives the opportunity to reflect on what has been brought up to the table. Among all the intrigues, plot twists and alliances-making, Season 7 finale unveiled the true identity of Jon Snow, perhaps the most complex character in 'Game of Thrones' and one who has been through a lot, to say the least. If his identity will emerge up tot he surface, the potential for high frictions within his alliance with Daenerys Targaryen is not to be ignored.

Bad timing for Jon Snow's secret to emerge

One thing is for sure, Westeros faces the genuine threat of total annihilation, and the current balance of power can hardly offer a decent prediction of how things will unfold. Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow may be working to strengthen their pact, but their efforts might be hampered once people will learn who Jon Snow truly is.

On the other side, Cersei Lannister is desperately trying to find a way that will ensure her survival. Her renewed partnership with the Iron Bank of Braavos will give her a good chance in acquiring a large army to use at defending the King's Landing and to subdue Winterfell and House Stark. Euron Greyjoy and the Iron Fleet controlling the Narrow Sea gives a new meaning to his alliance with Cersei Lannister.

Practically, they're holding the entire land of Westeros in a grip while the Army of the Dead is marching south to the Wall. It'll be interesting to see how Jaime Lannister will position himself after he has abandoned her twin sister.

In this uncertain political climate, Jon Snow's identity might be the drop filling up the cup.

Once people know that he is a Targaryen and the true heir of the Iron Throne, a flurry of changes can stream up.

Jon Snow and Daenerys might create a bicephalous regime

Let's assume that Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen partnership won't fall apart. Moreover, that they will succeed in defeating both House Lannister and the Night King's army.

Under these circumstances, as the saviors of Westeros, they might innovate the political climate of the Realm by putting the foundation of a bicephalous government, a well-balanced two-headed reign.

Knowing that Jon Snow is a Targaryen adds a new unique feature for the King of the North. His intriguing existence has got past the common limits especially after he was given a second life.