Pain killer Jane Posted March 16, 2017 Share Posted March 16, 2017 33 minutes ago, LmL said: Now, slightly different topic. I was just listening to the tale of craster and how he "flew down from the wall and stole a woman out of Whitetree village." That would be a black crow figure, going into the weirwood net, and stealing or impregnating a woman... and then leaving, seemingly returning to the ice Moon in some sense. This child turns out to be the Night's King, which is seemingly what craster represents. Stealing a woman out of the weirwood net? Or is this just an act of impregnating the weirwood net, the same pattern we've seen where the sun slips his dragon scene inside the weirwood, eventually producing a reborn Sun figure who is now dark, bearing a heavy curse as it were. Thoughts? It could be both all three honestly. She could have been stolen out of the weirwood net, impregnated and then sacrificed for her power. That would be a triple goddess, maiden, mother and then crone (the crone part especially if Lady Stoneheart is meant to represent that aspect of the crone). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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