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In the first three pieces in this essay series, we have looked south, to grand seats in the heart of Westeros.  We have considered the seat of pre-Conquest kings, a holding intimately connected with the politics of King’s Landing, and an ancient castle in the heart of the Riverlands. Yet this focus should not presume that above the Neck there are no likewise ambitious young pretenders, and those who would see certain individuals rise to the great holdings of their ancestors. Dustin and Ryswell, Bolton and Manderly, Karstark and Umber, all have demonstrated political ambitions worthy of any southron court, and the Northern pretender in question today is no exception.

The seat discussed in this essay has as much ancient significance to the North as Darry does to the Riverlands, and has been at the center of as much politicking over its next heir as Rosby has been. While not so grand as Casterly Rock, the holding nevertheless remains important to the Starks of Winterfell, its lands prominent – and eagerly eyed – in the North.  Indeed, the struggle for control of this seat provided the young Prince of Winterfell with an early political education; the failure to answer the question may lead to the seat being claimed by the Prince’s favored candidate.

Though little is known of House Hornwood – the House was not considered important enough for Yandel even to mention in The World of Ice and Fire – the House’s importance should not be judged by its lack of a storied history.  Not only are they masters of the Hornwood, one of two large forests in the North, the Hornwoods also rule (at least partially) over the White Knife as well, the North’s primary river. The estate of Hornwood also includes multiple castles besides the main seat of Hornwood. As such, when Robb called his banners at Winterfell, Lord Halys brought rich gifts on a daily basis for his liege lord, subtle bribery for his geopolitical demands.

The machines rise up against Mulder and Scully in an episode that also revisits Mulder’s tendency to be a very bad tipper.

Radhika: Before we dive into this week’s discussion, I’d like to start with some shameless self promotion for a podcast Max and I had the honor to be guests on recently — the Not Another X-Files Podcast Podcast ! We chatted with the hosts before tonight’s episode aired, but you can mosey on over here to listen to us talk about Season 11, the X-Files’ past and what we hope for in the future. (That is, if you’re interested in experiencing our thoughts outside a written medium).

Upon learning that AD Skinner has gone AWOL, Mulder and Scully dig into his wartime past in search of monsters both real and perceived.

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In the first three pieces in this essay series, we have looked south, to grand seats in the heart of Westeros.  We have considered the seat of pre-Conquest kings, a holding intimately connected with the politics of King’s Landing, and an ancient castle in the heart of the Riverlands. Yet this focus should not presume that above the Neck there are no likewise ambitious young pretenders, and those who would see certain individuals rise to the great holdings of their ancestors. Dustin and Ryswell, Bolton and Manderly, Karstark and Umber, all have demonstrated political ambitions worthy of any southron court, and the Northern pretender in question today is no exception.

The seat discussed in this essay has as much ancient significance to the North as Darry does to the Riverlands, and has been at the center of as much politicking over its next heir as Rosby has been. While not so grand as Casterly Rock, the holding nevertheless remains important to the Starks of Winterfell, its lands prominent – and eagerly eyed – in the North.  Indeed, the struggle for control of this seat provided the young Prince of Winterfell with an early political education; the failure to answer the question may lead to the seat being claimed by the Prince’s favored candidate.

Though little is known of House Hornwood – the House was not considered important enough for Yandel even to mention in The World of Ice and Fire – the House’s importance should not be judged by its lack of a storied history.  Not only are they masters of the Hornwood, one of two large forests in the North, the Hornwoods also rule (at least partially) over the White Knife as well, the North’s primary river. The estate of Hornwood also includes multiple castles besides the main seat of Hornwood. As such, when Robb called his banners at Winterfell, Lord Halys brought rich gifts on a daily basis for his liege lord, subtle bribery for his geopolitical demands.


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