what do the white walkers do with the babies ?
what do the white walkers do with the babies？
The White Walkers were often portrayed as a shadowy threat during earlier seasons, and season 2 revealed that the Wilding Craster gave up his male children – born of incestuous relationships with his own daughters – as sacrifices to the Walkers in exchange relative peace in the Haunted Forest.
Long,What did the White Walkers want with the babies?
Back in Season 2, we learned that Craster had been leaving his newborn sons — products of his incestuous coupling with his daughters — out in the woods after they were born for the White Walkers to take, presumably in exchange for the creatures allowing him and his daughters to live, well, not exactly in peace, but ...
Keeping this in consideration,Do baby White Walkers grow up?
As we know, White Walkers are a magical humanoid, so it seems likely that they would grow up like normal humans. But that would mean that the baby from season four probably isn't a grown-up White Walker yet, which would indicate he isn't ready to join any invading armies.
Thereof,What does night king do with babies?
All those babies Night king took were turned white walkers as we saw in season 4 episode 4 final scene. He turns them into white walkers and that's how their kind was surviving but now as their is no more offering from human's side. Night king is coming with the army of dead to kill all the living.
Subsequently, question is,Why do White Walkers ignore Sam?
One popular belief was that Sam was spared to serve as a messenger to the living. Since Sam saw firsthand the enormity of the White Walkers and their army, he could spread the truth which would result in more fear.
The books are filled with history of the Others, including information that their ranks are filled with Stark relatives. The Night's King was said to be a Stark and to have sired children with an Other. There's a strong possibility that Stark children have been turned into White Walkers, just like Craster's were.
You guessed it, Benjen is a White Walker... After he took an ice sword to the stomach, the Children of the Forest came upon a dying but not-yet-dead Benjen. They shoved a piece of dragonglass in his chest, which stopped him from falling to the control of the unfriendly White Walkers.
In season 4 we see that Craster's last son is taken by a White Walker and eventually laid on a sort of ice altar, the Night King then touches the baby with his finger and shortly after the eyes turn blue, the same colour as the White Walker's eyes.
His long-term goal is "an endless night," Bran says. "He wants to erase this world and I am its memory," he explains. As the Three-Eyed Raven, Bran has the ability of greensight, which means he can see events in the past, present, and future through visions. Killing Bran would essentially erase all memory of mankind.
Now, though, people have begun to suspect that the Night King and Jon Snow also share a familial connection. Because, yup, they reckon that Rhaegar was somehow turned into the Night King after he was murdered by Robert Baratheon.
Before he became a White Walker, the Night King was a First Man who was captured by Children of the Forest, Leaf among them. Leaf pressed a dragonglass dagger into his chest, causing his eyes to turn blue and turning him into the first of the White Walkers.
Simply put: no, the Night King is not a Targaryen, as poetic as it would have been for Jon / Aegon and Daenerys to have to face off against their many-greats-grandfather.
Game of Thrones has finally come to it's end, and as all had hoped and expected, the humans managed to defeat the white walkers, wights, and the Night King himself, once and for all.