Craving Peaches Posted March 22 Share Posted March 22 (edited) It does stand out to me because most of the other pre-Conquest Kings are King of X. Aside from once in a Theon chapter the title is King in the North not King of the North? Do we know why? Historically you have the King in/of Prussia where they changed it to just 'of' when the situation allowed, but that was a more complicated political/legal situation than we appear to have had in Westeros...unless, and this is heavily speculating, the Starks were Kings in the North because someone else was King of the North...King in the North, but King of Winter...like they brought the Winter to the North... Edited March 22 by Craving Peaches Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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