Thinking About the Night King

Posted: September 13, 2017 by patricksponaugle in Game of Thrones, Opinion, TV
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Based on the climactic events at the end of Season Seven of Game of Thrones (if you’re reading this, I assume you know what happened) it seemed a good time to talk about the White Walkers, and what might be motivating them.

But you won’t find my thoughts here. I’ve posted them on the Watchers on the Wall website. Like I sometimes do.

But I’d be delighted if you’d check it out over there. It’s my usual serving of about of 10% actual content wrapped in 20% over-written filler, and 70% jokes and fake dialogue. The stuff I’m not too bad at.

The White Walkers: Whys, Whats, and Other Thoughts on the Endgame

And before you ask me, I don’t support the Bran == the Night King theory, although I make an oblique mention to it in my article.

Feel free to laugh with me, or at me. It’s all good.

(Comments are always welcome. Super welcome! But if you want to talk spoilery Game of Thrones talk with me (also welcome) I’d invite you to visit my Safe Spoilers page on my backup blog. That way my non-book-reading friends won’t be shocked with foreknowledge.)

Image from Game of Thrones, obviously.

If you liked this article, thank you! I have all of my Game of Thrones related articles on my handy-dandy Game of Thrones page should you want to read more but don’t want to navigate around my site.

© Patrick Sponaugle 2017 Some Rights Reserved

  1. I really need to start going to that page on the reg. It’s tough to keep up with all these fandoms!

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