Game of Thrones Theory: Each House Represents One Of The Seven Deadly Sins Latest Movie Trailers, Clips, Music, Ashbgame Games and All Round Entertainment https://ashbgame.com https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEpCgrnIa3x5IhI_kKZPwZolfzBpi_pID https://twitter.com/ashbgame https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoREPvie2mE This Game of Thrones theory could shed new light on the houses of Westeros leading up to Season 8! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6
The final season of Game of Thrones is almost upon us and we’ll soon be saying goodbye to these characters forever. But as we approach the end, we began wondering about the beginning and what author George R.R. Martin was doing with his creation. Interestingly, there are seven core families in Westeros and there are also seven deadly sins in the Bible. Coincidence? Perhaps, but Martin seems to pull a lot from Tolkien, who in turn pulled a lot from the old book. So it’s not too crazy to imagine that each one of these seven noble Houses represents one of the sins and once you start lining them up, it begins to make sense. The Starks, for all their heroics, are prideful and stubborn and it’s caused trouble for them on more than one occasion. On the contrary, the Lannisters are lustful beings and we know all about how creepy their lust can be. The Targaryens used to be the ruling dynasty in Westeros but now are almost extinct, with the survivors living in exile. Daenerys is envious of what she doesn’t have and is working extra hard to achieve it. The Martells, while no one’s favorite family, are gluttonous and excessive while the Tyrell’s greed for power may have been their doom. The Greyjoys, specifically Balon, relished in being lazy and not doing anything. Where does this all build to? Well, let’s just say Martin may have made a connection to the Great Flood as well in Westeros.
Script by Sean Gallagher
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