#TPTWP Classic: The Most Promising Promise of All Promises (9.6)
Lyanna said 'Promise me, Ned,' and Ned was like, 'Awwww mannn.'
The Royal Vacation From Recording and Editing of 2017 is nearly at its conclusion. The Princes That Were Promised are well-rested and eager to dive back into their Royal Responsibilities.
As #TPTWP prepare the next series of podcast episodes, including the Game of Thrones Season 7 Retrospective, another Classic episode from the Royal Archives will help see you through the night... For the night is dark and full of terrors...
This episode was part of #TPTWP series covering Lord Eddard Stark, The Lord of Winterfell, and The Warden of The North. It covers The Promise that Ned made to his sister Lyanna as she lay dying and what that promise ultimately meant to his life. In addition, a Royal candle is held up to the details and mechanics surrounding The Promise.
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