Euron Greyjoy might have pissed off some viewers in Season 6 of Game of Thrones with his attitude, but his personality brings might as he takes down The Wall and takes over to rule Castle Black when “Winds of Winter” hits the bookstore soon.
If readers are hoping that the Knight’s King would appear in the novel, they are wrong. Greyjoy would tear down The Wall and have the Knight’s Watch down to their knees. Greyjoy is also known as Crow’s Eye and Euron Crow’s Eye. He is a member of House Greyjoy and is the eldest of Lord Balon Greyjoy’s younger brothers. He is captain of the Silence, a ship crewed entirely by mutes whose tongues Greyjoy ripped out.
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Idigital Times noted that aside from being ruthless and cold-hearted, Greyjoy also implores the services of the Faceless Men, sorcerers, and has acquired a dragonbinder horn. Aeron’s visions in early chapters of “Winds of Winter” reveals Greyjoy sees himself as a supernatural force and an agent of the Drowned God with his own purpose.
For Greyjoy to take down The Wall he will have to get his hand of the real Horn of Joramun, which is in the safe keeping of Samwell Tarly in Oldtown. With the information, Greyjoy shifts his focus on raiding Oldtown in preparations of taking down The Wall and nobody could seem to stop him.
The Horn of Joramun, also known as the Horn of Winter, is a legendary horn with magical properties. It was supposedly blown by Joramun, who is a wildling King-Beyond-the-Wall. When he blew the horn, he “woke the giants from the earth.” It is currently claimed that blowing the Horn will destroy the Wall.
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Greyjoy is said to have been interested in the use of magic and once he blows the horn it will not only take down The Wall but will also showcase the strength of an ironborn in their raid of the North. It is said that aside from blowing the Horn of Joramun, Greyjoy will also become a figure to watch in the HBO series “Game of Thrones” especially in the coming Season 7 wherein he will be depicted as an agent of evil, a force of destruction aligned against the Lord of Light.
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