HBO's Game of Thrones is a dense series with a great weight of history behind his story, so in practically every department, something that can happen a little explanation. So every week, The Edge will dance in a session or event after the last session of the series and explain how we are here. Or you are essentially in it Game of Thrones Maester or you should have little interest in past events, we will try to help your history justice.
Game of Thrones is back, and this season season premier has come a whole lot of settlement for the season. And one of the most important setups is the repetition of & # 39; One of the most important players in various homes in the North has seen many creators in all, we & # 39; t in & # 39; last set up. state of northern politics before things start to hot.
Spoilers forward Game of Thrones season 8, episode 1, "Winterfell."
Starks and friends
Of course, the most important peoples in the city are the North House Strong – if you have done this in & # 39; a performance, I probably don't need to explain who people are. But while the Stark is traditionally the rulers of Winterfell and Wardens of the North, there are many other players in the North, working with or against House Stark. Before Aegon the Konqueror (Aegon I) called the Seven Kingdoms, the Starks Kings became the North and ruled a variety of other houses. Even in the current chaotic state of affairs, these small houses are still in love with House Stark.
This week from the episode, "Winterfell", has the story of paths of various of these houses: House Mormont, House Glover, House Karstark, and Huber Umber.
Led by the roaring, favorite girl Lyanna Mormont, home of Mormont's delighted Bear Island. It is not one of the larger North homes, but it is in & # 39; in the last few seasons, very politicized. Despite being just 10 years old, Lady Mormont announced that Stannis was recognizing Baratheon as king, explaining in a letter that Bear Island does not know a kingdom, but the king in the north, her name is "Strong." Lady Mormont was also an instrument for explaining Jon Snein as King in North, calling out House Manderly, House Glover, and House Cerwyn as failing to serve as they target to fight. She was the first to explore Jon as king.
"Winterfell" sees the relationship between Jon and Lyanna, but – Jon has named his crown as king to serve Daenerys Targary, and Lyanna calls him. But it still seems Herman Mormont to serve, with the army of & # 39; dead at & # 39; A winter trap that poses a bigger threat than Jon's surprise of his title he received.
The same cannot be said of House Glover, though. The house has a complicated history of the sequence: its seat, Deepwood Mott, was occupied by the Greyjoys in & # 39; a war of fifty kings, and while the Glovers later returned their lands, Robert Glover again reiterated the Stellar not to help in their earlier war because they were linked to House Lannister. Back in season 6, when Jon and Sansa tried to defeat in the North against the Boltons, Lord Glover did not hear.
That said, Mr. Glover eventually came to follow the Battle of the Bastards, explaining: "I did not fight you on your field, and I'll hit it until my death … There will be more Home Glover will stand behind House Stark, as we have for a thousand years. And I'll be behind Jon Snow! "The Lord Glover went on to know Jon King in & # 39; t Now, after in & # 39; a neighborhood of House Mormont and House Manderly.
But in this week's episode, tension over Jon leaving this title conquered the wrath of House Glover and House Stark. Mr. Glover will be in the house behind House Stark, but it seems he is the literary interest, with House Glover in Deepwood Mott again refusing to help Jon's pending fight Winterfall against the army of & # 39; the dead.
House Karstark is an interesting home – an alternation of & # 39; the capital of & # 39; The Stark, the Karstarks were once under the comfort of the inner city of Stark's house. But in & # 39; the & # 39; e fifty kings in season 3 of Game of Thrones, Lord Rickard Karstark goes against the orders of his army, Robb Stark (declared at that time as the autonomous king in the North) and two Lannisters (Martyn and Willem Lannister) murders. Robb has justified Rickard Karstark, leaving Karstarks the Robb court completely.
In season 6, when Roose Bolton made his bid for the North, Harald Karstark, son of Rickard's executive, supported Roose's cause by his anger at House Stark for his father. Harald and the rest of the house Karstark remain the Boltons in their war against House Stark, among others fighting on the side of Ramsay Bolton at the Battle of the Bastards, where Harald dies.
After Harald's death, Alys Karstark (his daughter and Rickard's grandson) are made head of Karstark's house. Alys again writes on Jon Snow, and, as seen in & # 39; the episode of & # 39; a week, with Karstark interiors at Winterfell armies, this part seems to be.
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The house of Umber's is similar to the house of Karstark: the Umbers are some of the comforting followers of House Stark, with the (now dead) head of & # 39; a home, Greatjon Umber, the first to explain Robb Stark as the new king in the North already in season 1 of the series.
After Greatjon's death in the & # 39; war A Five Kings, becomes his son, Smalljon Umber, head of House Umber. Smalljon betrayed the Starks to the Boltons because he has the Wildings, and finds Jon Snow reluctant to lose by joining and letting them go south of the walls. Smalljon went on to give Rickon Stark (who had locked the Umbers) to Ramsay Bolton, who was publicly known as Rickon.
In the Battle of the Bastards, however, Smalljon was killed by Tormund Giantsbane, with the House Umber in & # 39; the hands of his young son Ned Umber stood. Down, like Alys Karstark, swore to Stark.
In & # 39; Winter Fall & # 39; Ned Umber works his strength from the Last Hearth – the hub of Huber Umber, and the northernmost castle in & # 39; a North – until Winterfell to get Jon Snow's armies. But when he returned home to collect his men, he felt a victim of a nightmare of & # 39; A Night Quarter, and was found to be elevated by Berric Dondarion, Tormund, and the rest of the Night Watch. Probably the rest of the murdered Huber House is still on the way to Winterfell – although reinforcements for the army are & # 39; e Night King instead of & quot; live & quot;