Valkyrja Posted October 7, 2012 Share Posted October 7, 2012 Ah, I do also want to mention one more thing about The Morrigan and Cú Chulainn in relation to Sansa and Sandor.I mentioned in Part One of my post, that The Morrigan sometimes takes the form of a crow.In the chapter where Sandor and Arya fight the Tickler & Co at the Inn, right before Sandor calls that final stop that leaves him under the tree, we have this:"Arya glanced over her shoulder, but there was nothing behind them but a crow flitting from tree to tree. The only sound was the river." :DOne of my all-time favourite images from mythology (along with Odin hanging himself from Yggdrasil) is that of the dying/dead CuChulainn, having tied himself to the stone (well in this pic it is a tree) to remain upright, with the Morrigan in the form of a crow perching upon his shoulder:http://fc03.devianta...by_kingmong.jpgETA: I love that pic because of reasons. :D Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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