voodooqueen126 Posted December 30, 2011 Share Posted December 30, 2011 Jeyne is a worshiper of the old gods, not the Seven.yeah but the Seven offers the only career path to women that doesn't involve marriage, which is something that Jeyne might be interested in given her experiences with men (trained in a brothel then Ramsay Bolton=recipe for a life long fear of sex if ever I heard one).I suppose Jeyne could invent her own brand of Old Gods Septadom, which presumably involves planting trees, living in weirwood groves and giving weird prophecies about maids with purple serpents in their hair.I wonder what she would call a Septa for the Old Gods? Veleda? Seidkona? spæwīfe? to make up some words weirmagd (maidservant of weir), Groenmagd? It's interesting that even the Green men (whom we have never seen) are well men, though Bran's vision shows that women were the onces doing the sacrificing.It's just interesting that the North, the primary recruitment base for the Night Watch, has no alternative for all the women who would be left single because the men they could've married, joined the Night's Watch. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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