Table of Contents
- 1. Why did Oberyn fight the mountain?
- 2. Does bronn fight the mountain?
- 3. Who killed bronn?
- 4. Why did bronn not fight the mountain?
- 5. Is bronn good or bad?
- 6. Can bronn beat the kingsguard?
- 7. How does the Hound die?
- 8. Why do Bronn and the Hound hate each other?
- 9. Could bronn have killed the hound?
- 10. Why does the Hound hate Tyrion?
- 11. Why do the Cleganes hate each other?
- 12. Why did the hound hate the mountain so much?
Why did Oberyn fight the mountain?
But merely killing Ser Gregor Clegane wasn’t enough. And it was all because Oberyn didn’t just want to win his trial by combat content, he wanted The Mountain to publicly confess the heinous wartime crimes he committed against the Martell family.
Does bronn fight the mountain?
No. The reason Oberyn managed to beat the Mountain in single combat is not only because he was one of the best fighters in the world, he was also the perfect counter to Gregor. Bronn won’t ever come close to touching Gregor, and even if he did, he would get destroyed in close quarters fight.
Who killed bronn?
Bronn reveals that his parents beat him, that he killed for the first time before the age of twelve (a woman who attacked him with an axe), and that he has been beyond the Wall. Bronn awakens to find the opposing army almost upon them. Bronn rouses Tyrion and advises him on how to survive.
Why did bronn not fight the mountain?
Bronn was simply not equipped or quite fast enough to defend against the mountain after all the Mountain that rides only needs one strike to win. maybe, look at what bronn said he really strong and really big, and faster then a man should be. You may like this Do wave breakers do anything in Animal Crossing?
Is bronn good or bad?
Bronn is good enough to stand a chance against the Mountain if he keeps his head. Bronn is smart enough to know that he loses that fight more often than not, and to stay away from it.
Can bronn beat the kingsguard?
Bronn is a good sellsword but i dont think he could kill Trant and the other kingsguard 2 on 1 in full kit while bronns not wearing anything. Bronn could easily beat him, and he has friendship towards Tyrion beyond the gold, although of course no loyalty.
How does the Hound die?
The Mountain, a.k.a. Gregor Clegane, a.k.a. now a literally rotting zombie, faced off against his little brother, The Hound, a.k.a. Sandor Clegane, a.k.a. the guy with the burned off face. And it was a knock-down, drag-out fight that saw BOTH brothers perish as the Red Keep collapsed around them.
Why do Bronn and the Hound hate each other?
In my opinion the Hound hates Bronn because at that point in the story he’s a miserable, hateful person. When he sees people like Bronn he thinks they’re liars, people pretending to be something that they’re not. When he sees people like Bronn he thinks they’re liars, people pretending to be something that they’re not.
Could bronn have killed the hound?
If Bronn can not use his agility enough and can not manage to cut the Hounds throat soon enough, the Hound would definetily cuts Bronn’s bowels out. But if the fight would take place in the arena (the arena which Oberyn and Mountain clashed), I’d say definitely, but definitely Bronn would take the Hound down easily. You may like this What MBTI type is Keanu Reeves?
Why does the Hound hate Tyrion?
Tyrion, honestly, is part of the aristocratic clan that he would follow if he did as tradition dictates. He has rejected what he thinks Tyrion stands for – just as he has rejected becomming a knight, and just as he has rejected serving his brother.
Why do the Cleganes hate each other?
Gregor is very entitled because of his strength. He hates everyone weaker than him, so he hates everyone. It’s believed he killed their father and sister, just because, probably so he could speed up owning Clegane Keep. In the books, Gregor also has massive headaches that make him even more irritable.
Why did the hound hate the mountain so much?
There is only room for one dog in the kennels. The Mountain was full of rage and a hateful person in the books, violence was his life. The Hound was also prone to using violence, but he had some sort of decency and honor the Mountain lacked.