IFR Posted December 13, 2021 Share Posted December 13, 2021 9 hours ago, Corvinus85 said: My interpretation of the scene is that it was a wailing ritual so it was meant to be overblown. The old Warder says Lan will be the one to express all their grief. The writers get to decide how the grief is expressed. Lan could have expressed his grief with more subtly. There's no reason Lan had to be a clown. It was not necessary to put Lan in the context that he behaved completely opposite of his manner. He had outbursts scattered throughout the books, but even those outbursts were fairly contained, and very brief. I'm pretty sure that I have more composure and equanimity than the show Warders, who in my opinion are portrayed as emotionally weak. I half expect a future episode to be devoted to grief counseling of Warders. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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