John Suburbs Posted May 4, 2016 Share Posted May 4, 2016 On 5/2/2016 at 2:49 PM, Quiet Sister said: 'Hodor lifted Bran as easy as if he were a bale of hay, and cradled him against his massive chest. He always smelled faintly of horses, but it was not a bad smell. His arms were thick with muscle and matted with brown hair. “Hodor,” he said again. Theon Greyjoy had once commented that Hodor did not know much, but no one could doubt that he knew his name. Old Nan had cackled like a hen when Bran told her that, and confessed that Hodor’s real name was Walder. No one knew where “Hodor” had come from, she said, but when he started saying it, they started calling him by it. It was the only word he had.' From GoT, Bran's POV. Hodor is usually called 'simple' or 'simpleminded' in Bran's chapters. Cannot get more quotes now; my Kindle app is rebelling. That was right after both Bran and Rickon had their dream of Ned being down in the crypts. Could Hodor have had the same dream? My own favorite crackpot about Hodor though: There are actually three Brothers Clegane to match the three dogs of their arms. They are the largest men in the kingdom and their names are Gregor, Sandor and Hodor. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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