Red Wedding 2.0 and Robb’s resurrected according to the Winds of Winter theory
We as a whole know the Red Wedding. It is one of the hardest snapshots of Round of Lofty positions to watch, as three significant characters — Catelyn Obvious, Robb Distinct, and Robb’s better half Talisa — are killed in merciless design because of the Freys, Lannisters, and tricky Boltons. What’s more, they pull off it.
Nonetheless, there is significant proof in the books that Distinct followers will lead their own variant of this ridiculous undertaking in George R.R. Martin’s impending book The Breezes of Winter, and pursue retribution for the demise of Robb Unmistakable. We might have experienced this in the seventh time of Round of High positions when Arya Distinct re-visitations of Westeros and penetrates the Twins camouflaged as a serving young lady. She is fruitful in killing Walder Frey and the remainder of his home.
Be that as it may, as essentially every storyline from Round of Lofty positions, things are more convoluted in the books. We should go over the proof for this hypothesis and check out the probability of another Red Wedding.
Woman Stoneheart’s objectives
This hypothesis spins around a person known as Woman Stoneheart, the undead restored rendition of Catelyn Unmistakable. In both the books and the show, Catelyn is killed close by Robb during the Red Wedding, and her throat is cut deep down by the Freys. After the slaughter, the Freys toss Catelyn’s body in the waterway as a joke of Tully’s memorial service custom.
Be that as it may, in the books, her story doesn’t end there. After three days, Arya Obvious is unwittingly skin-changing into her direwolf Nymeria from many associations away in Braavos. Nymeria was driven away by Arya in the primary book for dread that the Lannisters would execute her for gnawing at Joffrey Baratheon. From that point forward, Nymeria has been meandering the wild of the Riverlands. Through Arya’s fantasy, we see that Nymeria hauls Catelyn’s dead body out of the water. The Fraternity without Pennants then shows up, and Beric Donderrion continues to give Catelyn the last kiss, which moves his life power to her and resurrects her.
This recommends that the Master of Light can in any case revive an individual regardless of how long has passed since their demise. The issue with Robb Distinct is that, after he was killed, the Freys executed him and planted the top of his direwolf Dim Breeze onto his head. Subsequent to seeing Thoros resurrect Berric after his battle with the Dog, Arya inquires as to whether he could bring back a man without a head, only a single time, insinuating her dad. In the show, Thoros says that he doesn’t think it works like that.
Be that as it may, Thoros was off-base about bringing back Catelyn. What’s more, Robb has a head, simply not a human one. In the event that his body can be recuperated, perhaps a kiss of life will bring him back as some kind of half-dire wolf freak.
Additionally, recollect that Robb, similar to every one of the Unmistakable kids, are warg, meaning their consciousnesses could be moved into their dire wolves when they bite the dust, given the dire wolf is as yet alive, as Dim Breeze was when Robb was killed. This possibly happened to Robb, yet in addition to Jon Snow when he is killed by the Knight’s Watch. Jon’s last word is his direwolf’s name: “Apparition.” Moreover, Robb’s last words were “Dark Breeze.”
This thought was investigated in the preamble section of A Hit the dance floor with Mythical serpents (the most late distributed book in the series) which follows a wildling skinchanger named Varamyr. Varamyr was at the Wall with the remainder of the free people when Stannis’ military went after and dissipated Mance Rayder’s powers. Varamyr is injured and kicks the bucket before the Others assault his gathering. Notwithstanding, his cognizance is moved to one of his creatures, and his brain lives inside a wolf.
Be that as it may, the location of Robb’s body is obscure. The last we catch wind of Robb’s body is during a little chamber meeting where Joffrey says he expects to serve Robb’s head to Sansa during his wedding feast. This never works out as expected be that as it may, so Robb’s body is presumably currently at the Twins.
Regardless of whether Robb isn’t resurrected, Lem Lemoncloak’s words propose that the Fraternity isn’t just hunting Freys, yet arranging a lot bigger counter against them. During Jaime’s parts in the Dining experience, Jaime effectively lifts the attack of Riverrun and takes the palace from Brynden “the Blackfish” Tully. Be that as it may, on account of the endeavors of Edmure Tully and a Fellowship spy, the Blackfish getaway.
After the attack, Jaime’s cousin Daven stays at Riverrun. Daven should wed a Frey as a component of the settlement between the Freys and Lannisters. This wedding will probably occur at Riverrun, which is in charge of Emmon Frey and his better half Johanna Lannister toward the finish of Blowout. Coincidentally the Fellowship spy — the artist Tom Sevenstrings — is currently at Riverrun. He is in a situation to assemble data from inside the palace and give it to the Fraternity. This is likely the way in which they knew how to track down Ryman Frey.
In the meantime, the Blackfish and the remainder of the Tully post are free and probably looking to help the Fraternity. Before Jaime leaves for Raventree Corridor, he allows the whole Tully to post (many men) to go free in return for promises to remain faithful to the crown. His auntie Johanna firmly prompts against this move, saying that Jaime will be fortunate assuming one out of each and every 10 of those men remained steadfast. So the head of the Fellowship is a Tully, Woman Stoneheart, her uncle the Blackfish is an accomplished leader and his men have recently been sent away from their palace with no one to implement the dedication pledges they were made to commit to Jaime Lannister. The pieces appear to be set up for the Tullys and Fellowship to lead a full-scale slaughter during Daven’s wedding.
Brienne and Jaime
In Jaime’s sections, we see that Ryman Frey is telling the Freys at Riverrun. As Walder Frey’s main beneficiary, Ryman was vigorously engaged with the Red Wedding. During the banquet, Ryman burst into the room with warriors and by and by kills one of Robb’s guardians: Dacey Mormont. After the slaughter, Ryman is shipped off to attack Riverrun and is neglecting to take the palace from the Blackfish when Jaime shows up.
At the point when Jaime first experiences Ryman, the plastered Frey is joined by a prostitute wearing Robb Obvious’ crown. At the point when he fights Jaime’s arrangement to execute Edmure Tully, Jaime strikes him with his brilliant hand and sends him back to the Twins. Returning, Ryman is caught and hanged by Woman Stoneheart and her men.
Albeit the Freys direct fingers at one another over who’s at fault for Ryman’s demise, we learn in Brienne’s sections that the Fraternity killed him since Woman Stoneheart is in control of Robb’s crown. Since the Fraternity vigorously questioned Merrett Frey prior to hanging him, we can accept they did likewise with Ryman, who might have likely had more data on account of his noticeable spot in the Frey family. Maybe he even knew the whereabouts of Robb’s body. Regardless, this cross-examination occurs off-page so we can conjecture with respect to what the Fellowship gained from Ryman.
Whenever Brienne is taken before Stoneheart, the Fraternity brings up that her blade, Oathkeeper, has a brilliant lion pulverize. They expect (accurately) that it was a gift from the Lannisters and further accept (erroneously) that this implies that Brienne is allied with them. Brienne battles that she is satisfying her pledge to safeguard Stoneheart’s girls and is right now searching for Sansa. Stoneheart doesn’t completely accept that and gives her a decision: either kill Jaime Lannister or be executed. Not long before Brienne and her partners are hanged, she consents to kill Jaime.
In Dance, Jaime is getting back to Riverrun in the wake of settling a matter at Raventree Corridor. While setting up camp with his men, Jaime is stunned to see Brienne brave of the forest and ask for his assistance. Brienne says that she has tracked down Sansa, and needs his assistance in safeguarding her from the Dog. She says that Jaime should go with her alone.
This is where we left these characters, so we need to hold on until The Breezes of Winter to see what occurs straightaway. In any case, it would be weird for Brienne to lead Jaime to his demise without attempting to save him. Brienne habitually contemplates Jaime and even calls out to him while she is in a stunned state. Jaime likewise contemplates Brienne and is presumably ready to go with her alone, particularly on the grounds that he doesn’t appear to be content with Cersei. At the point when Cersei sends her twin a letter asking to liberate her from the Confidence Assailant, Jaime tosses it in a fire and stays in the Riverlands.
We likewise don’t be aware without a doubt that Stoneheart will kill Jaime. Assuming that she and the Fraternity are genuinely arranging another Red Wedding, or to recover Robb’s body, Jaime could be valuable to them alive. Maybe Stoneheart will take steps to kill Brienne in the event that he doesn’t follow her arrangements. Then again, Stoneheart accepts that Jaime had a section in the Red Wedding (he didn’t) on the grounds that Roose Bolton told Robb that “Jaime Lannister sends his respects” before he pushed a blade through his chest.
The subsequent Red Wedding might have been foreshadowed as of now
The freak form of Robb is really found in one of Daenerys’ dreams in A Conflict of Lords. While recovering in Qarth, Daenerys is brought to the Place of the Undying and given shade of the night, a hallucinogenic medication that prompts prophetic dreams. Among her dreams is a precise forecast of the Red Wedding a full book before it works out:
Farther on she happened upon a dining experience of carcasses. Viciously butchered, the feasters lay flung across toppled seats and hacked brace tables, asprawl in pools of hardening blood. Some had lost appendages and calm demeanors. Cut-off hands grasped horrendous cups, wooden spoons, broil fowl, and impact points of bread. In a high position above them sat a dead man with the top of a wolf. He wore an iron crown and held a leg of sheep in one hand as a ruler would hold a staff, and his eyes followed Dany with quiet allure.
This is clearly a dream of the Red Wedding, yet it is a piece odd that everyone is dead with the exception of Robb/Dim Breeze. He is likewise sitting above them in a privileged position, as though he was answerable to the butcher in the room. This could be deciphered as not the Red Wedding where Robb passes on, but rather the subsequent Red Wedding where a restored Robb gets back at the Freys and Lannisters at Daven’s wedding.
Another weird scene including Robb occurs in one of Jon’s fantasies in A Hit the dance floor with Mythical serpents. Jon contemplates Robb a great deal, as they were close colleagues experiencing childhood in Winterfell. Notwithstanding, this specific dream is by all accounts hinting the final plan of the series, and Jon’s battle against the White Walkers:
on was protected in dark ice, however, his cutting edge consumed red in his clenched hand. As the dead men arrived at the highest point of the Wall he sent them down to bite the dust once more. He slew a greybeard and a smooth kid, a monster, a skinny man with recorded teeth, and a young lady with thick red hair. Past the point of no return, he perceived Ygritte. She was gone as speedy as she’d shown up. The world broke up into a red fog.
Jon and Daenerys are reliably set up as the legends of this story, and 1,000,000 hypotheses about Jon are being Azor Ahai; the blazing blade in this fantasy is proof of that. In this fantasy, the White Walkers are sending their undead armed force at the Wall, complete with undead forms of Jon’s companions and sweetheart Ygritte. Yet, Robb being at the Wall as a wight is somewhat unusual:
Jon cut and cut and cut. He hacked down Donal Noye and destroyed Hard of hearing Dick Pollard. Quorn Halfhand staggered to his knees, attempting to no end to firm the progression of blood from his neck. ‘I’m the Ruler of Winterfell,’ Jon shouted. It was Robb before him now, his hair wet with dissolving snow. Longclaw took his head off.
This succession sets up an undead Robb as the last test for Jon to overcome.
While Robb’s restoration would be a consequence of the Ruler of Light’s sorcery, maybe the more you hold back to play out the custom, the less of the first brain remains. Catelyn was restored after only three days, and she is a sorry excuse for her previous self consumed by retribution and outrage. Robb encountered similar treachery to Catelyn, yet his sentiments could be marginally unique. The Red Wedding is seen according to Catelyn’s viewpoint, and the main thing at the forefront of her thoughts all through the part is Robb; how to get him out and how to save his life. At the point when she neglects to save him, and she sees him kick the bucket, she considers how every one of her youngsters is dead and the way that she flopped as a mother.
Be that as it may, Robb probably had various contemplations during his last minutes. He just drove his whole armed force and country into a definitive loss. The main expect the North to acquire freedom and vindicate the homicide of Ned is imploding before his eyes. Who can say for sure the way that his revived brain could respond?
This arrangement sets up an undead Robb as the last test for Jon to overcome.
While Robb’s restoration would be a consequence of the Master of Light’s sorcery, maybe the more you stand by to play out the custom, the less of the first brain remains. Catelyn was restored after only three days, and she is a sad remnant of her previous self consumed by vengeance and outrage. Robb encountered a similar double-crossing Catelyn did, however, his sentiments could be marginally unique. The Red Wedding is seen according to Catelyn’s point of view, and the main thing at the forefront of her thoughts throughout the section is Robb; how to get him out and how to save his life. At the point when she neglects to save him, and she sees him bite the dust, she considers how every one of her kids is dead and the way that she flopped as a mother.
Be that as it may, Robb probably had various considerations during his last minutes. He just drove his whole armed force and country into a definitive loss. The main expect the North to acquire freedom and vindicate the homicide of Ned is falling before his eyes. Who can say for sure the way that his restored psyche could respond?