This is a thread dedicated to everyone's favorite frosty Darth Maul lookalike. On the show at least, we know that the Night (or Night's) King was once a human, sacrificed by the Children of the Forest and turned into a White Walker to protect them from the First Men. But of course, ol' horny didn't like being used as a weapon and decided to go his own way. In the books, he may or may not have been a former Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. I'm curious what they might do with the Night King before the series is over. Despite being the big, BIG bad, we have yet to hear him utter a line of dialogue. And I'm honestly not sure if that should change. The White Walkers' silence adds to their mystique. On the other hand, it might lend some interesting insight into his character. I mean, from what we know of the Night King, he has every right to be p***ed off at the world. Though wiping out all of humanity doesn't really make sense if his only goal is revenge; the Children of the Forest are the ones who were responsible for his fate, and they're all gone. So why wipe out the rest of existence? Is it simply because of his evil nature and lust for total domination? Or could there be some other reason that he feels all of Westeros needs to be turned into his army of the dead?