Dagda Posted March 7, 2014 Share Posted March 7, 2014 Yes, but the "warg" comparison is key - because it implies that the animal need not be "controlled" (i.e., skin-changed), in order to partner up with the human (or in this case... the non-human) agent. The direwolves stick with the Stark children long before any of them figure out how to "slip" their skins. And even after the Stark child figures that out, the wolf accompanies and defends him regardless. The partnership or "alliance" does not presuppose constant skin-changing.You are saying that the elk would be responding on it's own intellectual accord? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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