Melifeather Posted March 31 Share Posted March 31 On 3/29/2023 at 1:14 PM, Nadden said: But if Waymar’s armor is mirror-like, science says, “if you observe the reflections from two opposing mirrors, you will realize that the image well become greener with each reflection. This is because mirrors usually reflect light from the green spectrum more than other colors. So when a mirror is reflecting color, that color contains reflections, from the green spectrum more than other color spectrums. As such, as other colors fade away gradually the only visible color remaining will green.I do you like the idea of infinity mirrors. However, I don’t see Waymar’s armor being mirror-like. The only mirror-like thing is the black mirror reflecting the things you listed. This would also make the “pale sword” in essence, made of obsidian. Then how do you explain the blue glow? Obsidian is black and is made of molten rock. It's been described as frozen fire. Shouldn't it glow red? The white walker's armor reflected the colors of the forest. Will noted snow which should be white, the shadows on the ground made by the trees and perhaps the black of Waymar's clothing, and the deep-green of the evergreen trees. He also noted the white walker's eyes: Quote Will saw its eyes; blue, deeper and bluer than any human eyes, a blue that burned like ice. If any mirror were actually involved, shouldn't it be an ice mirror like the Wall? The white walker's blade glowed blue along the edge. During the fight, Will noted that the white walker itself also glowed with a pale blue light. I think we are to interpret this glowing pale blue light as "ice magic" in action. LongRider 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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