Macgregor of the North Posted January 6, 2022 Share Posted January 6, 2022 7 minutes ago, Odej said: My doubts about this theory are as follows: Crannogmen spend most of their lives on boats, not on horses and being a good rider is important to do well in jousting. The crannogman in Meera's story did not feel confident to join the tourney and defends his honor 'cause he was afraid of making himself fool, so he prayed to the old gods. Bran is a boy who was crippled at age of seven. He doesn't have any jousting experience, how could he make Howland win the jousts that the knight of the laughing three won in the tourney by warg him? He can't, but his Aunt who is half a horse herself and "practiced at tilting rings" could enter on Howland's behalf. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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