Jaehaerys Stark

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    "There's no shame in fear, my father told me, what matters is how we face it..."

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  1. Anybody with Valyrian steel or dragon glass apparently... But skills wise? Arya, Brienne, Jaime, Bronn, Torrmund, Hound, Beric, Gendry, Jon... Dany with dragon fire...
  2. I made my point based on my belief that Bran is indeed the NK. I think either Arya or Jon kill him in that form...
  3. They definitely seem to have it together more than any other active army right now. Getting lord Royce's support will be important once LF bites the dust...
  4. I found a youtube channel a couple days ago that had only been up a week and only videos uploaded were the season 8 leaks. It covered the first 4 episodes. All of it seemed legit except for where they reveal that
  5. You're blending the books with the show. GRRM has confirmed that the Night King of the show, and the Night's King of the books are different people altogether. On the show, the CotF created the Night King. In the books, as you mentioned, he was a man, presumably a Stark per Old Nan. So the marriage you speak of happened in the books only. The show has never indicated that there are female white walkers at all. I'm not sure we can presume that at all. The show has not given us any indication that the NK has just been creating WW for thousands of years. plus we never see more than a handful or more at a time, so if the NK was thousands of years old, and created at least 1 WW a year, where are the other thousands of WW? The only WW creations the show has shown us is the NK turning a Craster baby into a WW. That's it. So that is what I was basing my opinion off of. If you have any other show stuff that I am forgetting about let me know. Maybe I missed something...
  6. Lord Royce has some clout as a military tactioner and fighter. He bested Ned and Ser Rodrik at Winterfell when they stayed there on the way to the Wall where his son joined the NW. But Jon is definitely a candidate for taking lead in the military campaigns against the WW. He has fought in a number of battles now and is at least experienced enough. Greyworm leads the Unsullied Army and they have fought in battles and won also. He would be considered a general in my eyes. The Hound definitely is battle tested and proven. He could serve as a general as well... Just a few names to throw out there...
  7. No female White Walkers because they are Craster's sons. I actually made a post about this a couple weeks ago. My question then was why we don't see more of them. I imagine Craster had to have had a bunch of sons based on the amount of daughters/wives he had. We always see like 5-6 WW at a time. I imagine Craster has had more than 5-6 boys in all the years he has been holed up at his keep. The other question I had was why we don't see WW kids. If they are being turned as babies, why don't we see them as young WW. Or even WW teens? If their aging is accelerated, does that mean they have a short lifespan? Seems weird that something could grow up so fast, only to be frozen in time as old WW. it's all very weird and we are SO far into the show to have not been given much backstory on the WW...
  8. Every time I see the NK now, all I can see is Bran's face. He certainly doesn't favor the guy tied to the tree, right? Also, assuming the catspaw dagger is a weapon of significance in the upcoming war, did anybody notice how Bran looked when he handed it to Arya? The moment she actually took it from his hand, he pulled his hand away in a strange manner and looked at it almost like he didn't really want to hand it over. He looked at it in a way like "Well, there it goes. Next time I see that it will be thrust into my heart..." Like he didn't want to give it to her almost, but had to...
  9. I thought the same thing last night. No other reason for the army of the dead to be walking around with these huge, long heavy chains unless the NK knew specifically when and why he would need them... My question now though is who swam down to wrap them around Viserion? It would seem from everything else we saw that wights are not swimmers, right?
  10. As of yesterday, for me, the best episode EVER is Season 7, Ep. 6!!!! F***ING EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. it's actually said on the show by Cersei to Qyburn when he is showing her the Scorpion. She tells him that Robert kept them down there as trophies, and that he even used to take ladies down there to show them off...
  12. I don't know if it's that preposterous at all. Robert was known to like trophies of war. Hence him keeping the dragon skulls below the Red Keep as opposed to destroying them. I could definitely see Robert taking something off of an enemy he just got done slaying. In this case, I don't think that is where the dagger came from though,, as Robert got it from LF in the bet, so LF had it before Robert...
  13. This is what I have been talking about. Bran keeps going back to different points in time, trying to keep the Great War from happening, when in fact, everything he is doing to try to change things has already happened. So no matter what he does, it's already been done. I think the Hodor/Hold the Door example points to this...
  14. When the Battle of the Bastards was won, the rest of the North united under Jon Snow. He became King in the North. What was Sweet Robin supposed to do? Try to claim the throne for himself? No chance...
  15. Don't recall having read or seen anything about Jaime saying Robert owned the blade before. If so, I wonder how LF acquired it to begin with. But I definitely feel like it was a Targ blade with the black/red/gold coloring and the ruby emblazoned on it. We all know Valyrian steel wasn't owned soley by Targs, but the dagger having a dragon bone hilt screams Targ to me...