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Why do they say the North remembers?
‘The North Remembers’ is an oft-repeated phrase among the Northerners. It means that the Northerners don’t easily forget past events, especially betrayals. The woman used the phrase to let Sansa know that there are Stark supporters in Winterfell who won’t forget the Boltons’ betrayal.
Why does the North love the Starks?
The north are honorable people who are strict with their rules they are loyal because it’s honorable. The reason why they follow the starks is because the starks are good leaders, they are fair and just but also follow the rules.
Why are the Manderlys so loyal?
They fled to the North, where they were defended and sheltered by Starks from Winterfell, awarding the castle the Wolf’s Den, they were instructed to defend the White Knife in exchange for a solemn oath to remain forever faithful subjects of the Starks. This story instilled in them great loyalty to their new overlord.
Why do people love the Starks?
Because they carry their nobility with responsibility and honor, not arrogance. Because Bran named himself as a Stark in order to save Meera. Because they’ve held Winterfell for over eight thousand years. They’re as part of the North as the Wall, the Wolfswood, and the barrows of the First Men.
Who was loyal to the Starks?
The Umbers are some of House Stark’s most loyal followers, with the (now dead) head of the house, Greatjon Umber, being the first to declare Robb Stark as the new King in the North all the way back in season 1 of the series.
Are Manderlys richer than Stark?
Second, the Manderlys seem to have more wealth/income than the Starks. The Manderlys are lords of one of the major cities in Westeros, AND it’s a huge port/trading city at that.
Are the Starks good?
The Starks are all in all good people, yes, but there are other good people in the story too. Tyrion is a Lannister, but he never hurt the Starks (or anyone else for that matter) on purpose.
What does House Stark represent?
The Starks are symbolized by the direwolf—like wolves, they are ferocious, persevering, with loyalty and integrity, and they do best in a pack. Over the seasons, they struggle to survive when separated, and—like the direwolves—become almost extinct.