Bran Stark as represented by Isaac Hempstead-Wright is very popular in the TV series of Game of throne. Brandon Stark is a personality in George R Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire books. He is the second youngest son of Ned Stark who is the Lord of the Winterfell and is a very thoughtful and calm child. When we initially meet him he is in dread of his older brothers and the family’s region, spirited with his sister Ayra and anxious to grow into a fierce kind of knight or Lord. Bran is somewhat of a loner and he likes to spend a great deal of his time climbing the walls of the incoherent walls and turrets of the Stark place Winterfell. For the duration of the state visit of King Robert Barratheon I is this near habitual climbing which is virtually the reason of Bran Stark’s fall. While climbing the walls of the fort, Bran by mistake chances upon a immodest meeting among Queen Cersei and her twin brother Jaime Lannister, who is the chief of the Kingsguard. So as to keep their secret incest settle down and to look after the name and position of his sister, Jaime intentionally pushes Bran from a window such that he falls a significant distance and loses the ability to walk.
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When Bran, at last, awakes, we find out that he is disabled because of the fall from waist down. As might be predictable this has a pronounced a great impact on the character of the boy and his position within the series of novels. As civil war blows up among Westeros and his family are dispatched to its four corners and mixed up in various adventures, Bran is kept surrounded by the limitations of Winterfell for the majority of the first few novels. As the civil war goes intense, on the other hand, Winterfell itself becomes involved in the struggle and falls first to the deceitfulness of Theon Greyjoy then to the immorality of Ramsay Bolton. In the middle of this deadly uproar, as the successors to Winterfell, Bran Stark and his small brother Rickon are spirited from the castle and taken to the North. In the company provided by Meera Reed and her bother Jojen who are the family of Ned Stark’s Crannogman bannerman, Howland Reed, Bran and Hodor are taken further than the wall into the wild north of the land, while Osha takes Rickon to the land mass of Skagos.
Thereafter, the faithful Winterfell servant Hodor turned out to be Bran’s substitute legs after his accident. Using the teachings given by the Last GreenSeer, who calls Bran in the woods through his dreams by three eyed raven, Bran is capable to explore the past through the faces of Weirwood trees across Westeros. He was seen walking in those scenes but its all in the past and he can see his predecessors learning the art passionately. However, from the scripts and prediction, it is very unlikely that he is getting back on his feat again.