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Bran's visions in the wirewoods

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I'm just in the middle of DwD, and i just finished Bran's chapter where he is learning to see from the faces of a Wirewood. At the end of the chapter, he saw a woman with white hair slashing the throat of a man with a bronze sickle.



Any ideas on who the couple may be?


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it's weirwoods(but i suppose wire woods is a nice name considering they are all linked or 'wired' together). It was the weirwood at winterfell. I thought it was one of the ancient starks offering blood sacrifice to the old gods. must have been before the andals, as they were still using bronze. who knows, maybe the guy being sacrificed was a bolton?


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I'm just in the middle of DwD, and i just finished Bran's chapter where he is learning to see from the faces of a Wirewood. At the end of the chapter, he saw a woman with white hair slashing the throat of a man with a bronze sickle.

Any ideas on who the couple may be?

Can't say for sure who they are but what they did proves that the First Men did indeed practiced blood sacrifice

(also hinted in Davos chapter).

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it's weirwoods(but i suppose wire woods is a nice name considering they are all linked or 'wired' together). It was the weirwood at winterfell. I thought it was one of the ancient starks offering blood sacrifice to the old gods. must have been before the andals, as they were still using bronze. who knows, maybe the guy being sacrificed was a bolton?

It has been argued in other threads that the man being sacrificed was the Nights King following his defeat.

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Dany of course, it's a flash forward

white haired slasher or pregnant revenge seeker?

...or both...now there is a theory ;)

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