House Forrester cannot lose?

So, I was making a research for my college, and the subject I choose is A Song of Ice and Fire.

In the five book, The Dance with Dragons, House Forrester is mentioned helping Stannis to Deepwood Motte. So. whatever happens, they must win and live, because in the books House Forrester still stands.

The point is: Will Telltale Games follow the cannonic history?

What do you think about that?

Comments

  • Forget the books, the game does not follow them

  • The game follows the show and the show is an oversimplified tragedy-fest trying too hard to be shocking and edgy. House Forrester is going to git rekt.

    In the books they will never matter or have any significance, they're just a small clan among many other small clans.

  • Id describe the books the same way except for the simplified part.

    The game follows the show and the show is an oversimplified tragedy-fest trying too hard to be shocking and edgy. House Forrester

  • How ironic that you are calling out something for trying to be edgy...

    The game follows the show and the show is an oversimplified tragedy-fest trying too hard to be shocking and edgy. House Forrester

  • The game is in cannon with the tv series, not the books , so following the canon with the books is irrelevant.

  • House Forester was only inspired by a line in the books which named a few clans including one call Forester who helped Stannis. This does not mean that House Forester is actually going to be involved in helping Stannis.

  • Everyone loses in the books and for the most part there aren't any blatantly evil villains with no redeemable qualities. The show has a strong Bolton-circlejerk.

    KCohere posted: »

    Id describe the books the same way except for the simplified part.

  • K.

    How ironic that you are calling out something for trying to be edgy...

  • I think thats very debatable. You have a very different perspective on the books characters than I do lol

    Everyone loses in the books and for the most part there aren't any blatantly evil villains with no redeemable qualities. The show has a strong Bolton-circlejerk.

  • most part

    There are definitely characters with zero redeemable qualities like Ramsay, Gregor, Daenarys, Joffrey, or Polliver and all the Mountain's Men. Most of the characters actions are usually justifiable.

    KCohere posted: »

    I think thats very debatable. You have a very different perspective on the books characters than I do lol

  • In the game, they aren't with Stannis, In fact, Stannis aided Whitehill along with house Bolton. If you saved Rodrik(Spoilers yada yada) Ludd says something like " In the name of houses Whitehill, Bolton, and Baratheon, I order you to surrender your keep and present yourself for execution."

  • Tommen is officially known as "Tommen Baratheon," despite his true parentage. Ludd is stating that he has the backing of the Warden of the North and the King.

    reply671 posted: »

    In the game, they aren't with Stannis, In fact, Stannis aided Whitehill along with house Bolton. If you saved Rodrik(Spoilers yada

  • Oh I forgot they had Tommen at their back. Thanks for clearing that up.

    Forsoothe posted: »

    Tommen is officially known as "Tommen Baratheon," despite his true parentage. Ludd is stating that he has the backing of the Warden of the North and the King.

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