- Jun 17, 2006
its on youtube
Bran sees the past, not the future. And at times the present through wargingI think Bran's situation is more complicated. If he knows the ultimate outcome is favorable, why interfere along the way? Why save her ships if the current path they are on leads to success over the night king anyway?
There is also the question of how his own interference may disrupt the flow of events. The mad king theory, if true, is a fine warning of the danger of interceding. So was Hodor. I expect he will only want to interfere at the last moment when no other options are available... No reason to move every piece at all times.
The brought and used both. Both Berric and Thoros had flaming swords - and used them. There were several Dragonglass daggers in play. Killing the bear and in the seige.Well ... this was a strange episode.
The idea of capturing one of the walking dead looked increasingly silly. Additionally, knowing they needed a) obsidian, and b) fire, they brought neither!
Yes - you're getting mixed up. This is Game of Thrones not The walking Dead. They need to KILL you not just bite you.I'm also struggling to understand why Jon and The Hound and the giant fellow aren't about to turn into Wights - isn't that what normally happens when the white walkers wound you? Or am I getting mixed up?