lojzelote Posted February 2, 2014 Share Posted February 2, 2014 Because Robb was raised in Ned's principles? And what's your analysis? Why does the criticism of Rhaegar's honour evoke Lyanna's promise? Yea. But again, what does this have to do with Rhaegar? Rhaegar was not raised by Ned. And Ned never thinks that Rhaegar's conduct was always honorable. (I think we may be going in circles.) “What did any Targaryen ever know of honor? Go down into your crypt and ask Lyanna about the dragon’s honor!” “You avenged Lyanna at the Trident,” Ned said, halting beside the king. Promise me, Ned, she had whispered. Without context it reminds me of Black Crow's current signature: Promise me Ned. Promise me that bastard Rhaegar died screaming... :D Perhaps it's just that he knows that Rhaegar was no rapist, but still did a dishonorable thing, which led to Lyanna begging for his promise. It might also depend on what exactly Lyanna wanted from Ned to promise her. ETA: Speaking of the devil... Hello, Black Crow! :D Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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