first and foremost I want you both to understand that I LOVED Robb as King. He was my favorite King and I think one of the most badass and honorable characters.
However, in that type of society you can't be surprised that something like that happened. At a wedding? Yeah that was bad taste on part of the Freys. However assassinating Robb due to fall out from his broken oath is almost exactly what is to be expected. Like when Barristan Selmy reflects on the sons of Aegon V who married for love.....turmoil and death followed.
I still don't think killing Robb is the norm in Westeros' society, yeah they would be upset but killing Robb is taking it to far.
And Robb never deserved it no matter the oath he broke he didn't deserve it let alone 3500 men and women. Some people have broken many many oaths yet still live and Robb broke one and tried to do everything to make amends yet he and thousands of innocent people died.
Again no one can tell me Robb, Catelyn, And the other 3500 people who died deserved anything when people such as Jaime, Tywin, Cersei, Pycelle and many others who've made oaths and promises get to live to break them another day/year.
Edited by The Wolves, 19 August 2014 - 10:29 PM.