Why did the White Walkers ignore Sam Tarly?
Since Sam saw firsthand the enormity of the White Walkers and their army, he could spread the truth which would result in more fear. Essentially, the White Walkers could have wanted Sam to travel back to the Wall and inform the Night's Watch of what was coming. via
How does Sam avoid the White Walkers?
In the book, the night's watch group was attacked when camping, and Sam escaped using the Dragonglass (Obsidian) knife (BTW in the series they never tell what Dragonglass is in detail, and where did Jon and Sam found this knifes/dagger), just like when he used in the series to protect the baby boy from the white walker via
Did Sam really kill a White Walker?
In season two, Sam Tarly killed a White Walker with a dragonglass dagger. He found a cache of these weapons at the Fist of the First Men, an ancient stronghold north of the Wall. Sam believes that the earliest men who lived in Westeros hid them there, as a backup stash to use against White Walkers. via
Was Sam the first person to kill a White Walker?
As Sam reminded Jon and Edd in season 8's second episode, he was the first man to kill a White Walker. via
Why does Randyll Tarly hate Sam?
Randyll Tarly has never been a good father to Samwell, because of Sam's predilections towards things that are not high on the list of things Randyll wants his son to do. This is the reason why Randyll forced Sam into taking the Black, because he wanted his younger son Dickon to succeed him as Lord of Horn Hill. via
Why did White Walkers take babies?
The White Walkers were often portrayed as a shadowy threat during early seasons, and it was revealed in season 3 that Wilding Craster gave up his male children - born of incestuous relationships with his own daughters - as sacrifices to the Walkers in exchange for being left in peace in the Haunted Forest. via
Why do White Walkers want bran?
His short-term goal is getting to Bran. As the Three-Eyed Raven, Bran has the ability of greensight, which means he can see events in the past, present, and future through visions. Killing Bran would essentially erase all memory of mankind. Samwell Tarly explains it pretty well in the scene. via
Why did the white walkers come back?
In Season 6, we learned that the Children of the Forest actually created the White Walkers as a weapon to fight against the humans, piercing his heart with dragon glass at a weirwood tree. The White Walkers were pushed back after a figure called the Last Hero defeated them, sending them back north. via
What do the white walkers want?
As revealed ahead of "The Long Night", the Night King's target was Bran Stark, or rather, the Three-Eyed Raven. His goal was to erase Westeros, and that started with the Three-Eyed Raven, who served its memory. In order to wipe out humankind, he needs to destroy the keeper of its stories. via
Why do White Walkers want to kill the three eyed raven?
The Three-Eyed Raven is the keeper of the memories of man and the Night King wants to destroy all trace of mankind. As a result, he needs to take out The Three-Eyed Raven to complete his big picture plan. via
Who is the White Walker on the horse?
In the TV series, the primary White Walker has been portrayed by Ross Mullan. The show calls them "White Walkers" to avoid confusing "the Others" and "others" in speech. via
Why did the Night King turn evil?
It turns out, he was an unknown man who was turned into the Night King by the Children of the Forest. According to Furdik's interpretation of his character, the Night King was so embittered about this eternal punishment that he decided to make everyone else suffer with him. via
When Sam kills a White Walker?
In the A Song of Ice and Fire books, Sam slays a White Walker that attacks him after he falls back from the main column during the march to Craster's Keep. via
Why didnt the White Walkers kill Sam in Season 3?
Originally Answered: Why didn't the White Walkers kill Sam in the last episode of season 2? Game of Thrones Season 3: The white walkers did not kill Sam/ see him - Sam had the Dragon Glsss on him - it could have repelled the white walkers. via
What did Sam Tarly kill?
Not only was killing a White Walker a great heroic feat for Sam, who isn't the most adept or interested fighter, but it's the first time anyone on the show discovers that Dragonglass can kill a White Walker. Prior to that, they knew fire could take them down thanks to an encounter Jon had previously. via