We know that white walkers turn people into weapons. I think they are in good company, though: high-born families in Westeros turn their children into weapons; people with money use sellswords as weapons; the Night’s Watch turns young men into “swords in the darkness;” the Faceless Men turn Arya into an assassin. This post may be the first of a series examining the ways that weapons and people overlap, personification of weapons as well as objectification of humans, or ways that people “become”