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    Characters who dream about flying

    Sweetrobin is more speculative. He has trouble sleeping and claims to hear voices, he sits on a weirwood throne like bloodraven and bran and he is obsessed with making people fly. There seems to be a few elements that mirror with Bran. Most of Eurons information comes from the forsaken chapter so I wont post in case of spoilers. But in the reaver chapter Euron tells his brother that he dreamed he could fly.
  2. Throughout ASOIF I have found three characters that each shown a fascination with flying or dream about flying in some regard. Those three being Bran, Sweetrobin and Euron. I dont think its a coincidence that these characters each exhibit greenseeing or warging abilities. ( I believe Sweetrobin is also a warg). Are there any other characters that have a fascination with flying that I may have missed?
  3. While looking at information regarding the crypts of Winterfell I realized something was very odd about the way they are described. Putting all the other aspects about their hidden location in Winterfell and the fact that they are a place for the Starks a side for moment, we are told that the oldest parts of the Crypts are the passage ways towards the bottom and the newest levels, in which Brandon and lyanna are buried, are at the top. From an mining point of view this makes no sense. Normally when digging the first and oldest passage ways built will be the ones closest to the surface and when expending the mine you would dig downwards making the newest passage ways the deepest area. This would indicate that the Crypts were not built from the surface at all, rather the entrance to the Crypts is actually an exit. This means that the Starks/ or any human in the matter did not build the Crypts. It is my belief that the Crypts of Winterfell where built by the Children of the Forrest and they allowed the first men to hide their during the long night. The hot springs that heat Winterfell would allow the the first men to survive the harsh weather. Their is most likely also a weirwood tree down there/ or the roots of the Weirwood try stretch down there. I believe this is where the last hero actually made contact with the Children of the Forrest and learnt how to push back the Others. This is why Winterfell was built, to protect the pact between the Men and the Children, but also to remember of the Others where defeated. Brandon the Builder, AA and the Last hero are all most likely Starks, maybe even the same Stark. The Starks duty is to protect the tree and in turn the memories of the past. The entrance to the Crypts is hidden to all but a select few in order to protect it, Brandon the Builder built a fortress to protect it and eventually it became a town in of itself. This is also why the Starks are said to trap their souls in the Crypts. We are told that the soul of each Stark is trapped within the sword of their statue. This is because even in death it is the duty of each Stark to protect its place. I believe the first statue in the deepest level is Brandon the Builders. This leads me to Jon. In Jones dreams he finds himself in Winterfell alone among bones. There is nothing alive there, I believe this is commonly accepted as foreshadowing to the coming of the Others. Everyone is dead but eventually he makes his way down to the Crypts where he finds is brother and all the other Starks. He is told he doenst belong down their. This is because he is not a Stark. I always assumed these dreams where hinting at Jons parentage alone but now I think they also give us key information about the true nature of the Crypts. While there is nothing left alive outside the Crypts in Winterfell the Starks still protect it, all of them. It is the price they have to pay for pushing back the Others, they must protect the Children of the Forrest and the Weirwood tree.
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    Whats in the Crypts of Winterfell?

    I think they were giants or nights watch soldiers imprisoned in the wall for desertion
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    Whats in the Crypts of Winterfell?

    I have always imagined Jon would finish his nightmare while dead/ in ghost. It seems we are all in agreement that whenever he emerges and however he emerges he will have a new goal or purpose.
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    Whats in the Crypts of Winterfell?

    How is Jon's body going to get to Winterfell though. Do you think he will be completely changed when he is brought back and he regains what he lost in the crypts or do you think he will only be resurrected in the crypts after the battle of winter?
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    Whats in the Crypts of Winterfell?

    I thought the sleepers were giants. Was i wrong about that?
  8. I think its safe to assume that there is something in the Crypts of Winterfell, but what exactly? A harp? ( Jon's true parentage) Dark sister? The horn of winter? An ice dragon? ( or a regular dragon egg) All of the above? Iv heard theories about all of these but does anyone think that something else may be down in the deeper levels we have not seen? Perhaps information about the long night. I think its inevitable that Jon will end up going down into the Crypts ( both metaphorically when he dies and physically after the battle of winter). I personally dont think he will discover his true parentage, mainly because it seems like it wont effect him. He wants to be a stark not a Targaeryn. But who knows maybe im wrong. I think he will find a Weirwood tree, like the passage Sam opens under the the Night fort ( cant remember its name off the top of my head). Jon will say his vows and speak with Bran/ Bloodraven and he will be shown the White Walkers and be given a purpose once again, to fight the White Walkers in the battle for the dawn. So anyone agree or disagree?
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