Alester Florent Posted March 11 Share Posted March 11 There's another thing to bear in mind with the lamprey, I think. Perhaps their most famous association is with Henry I of England, who died "of a surfeit of lampreys". Back in the days of more kings-and-battles-driven history, this was a well-known "fact" to the extent it became a running joke in the very popular 1066 and All That. Point being, lampreys kill kings. Combining the bloodsucking, the pies, the regicide and for good measure the surfeit (there's a perpetual surfeit of Freys), it all points to the Freys and Boltons in Winterfell for me. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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