Valyrian Lance Posted June 8, 2015 Share Posted June 8, 2015 But it was not a risk he had to take. Far from it. You don't have to hold hands with someone to save them. Especially if you have a deadly communicable disease. You are definitely right. He could have called someone over to them to lower her off the stand instead of doing it himself. They weren't busy or anything. Heck he wasn't busy or anything either. He probably would have thought about how the greyscale that he very recently contracted might have changed the situation. That is how D&D should have written it. I do gree that there is little reason that Jorah had to be the one to stop fighting and lower her down in the story, unless there is some reason for that. That is the only angle that I would take if I was you. The acceptance hand-hold would probably be it though. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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