Auska Posted July 24, 2011 Share Posted July 24, 2011 1 in a 1000 could just as easily be a number. A way of saying something is rare, it doesn't actually mean that every 1 child born out of a 1000 is a warg. Especially considering the second part, 1 in a 1000 is a warg and 1 in a 1000 of them is a greenseeer. Yet only two greenseeers still live yet logically 1 in a 1.000.000 should be one. Westeros alone has more people in it then that. Combine the rest of the world and there should still be a dozen greenseeers. And even if the numbers were correct it wouldn't necessarily mean that those rare few would be picked at random, blood, heritage or external factors of some other kind could play a part. For all we know the Starks never got their powers until the Direwolves showed up in the equation. At least I've never seen any reason to believe they had any kind of special power beforehand. Right. To put it shorter:1. 1/1000 isn't necessarily an exact figure; and2. It doesn't imply even distribution among the populace. It could for example be 1/100 wildlings and 1/5 Starks. That leaves few to go around. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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