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White Walkers are also featured in the show's merchandising. Martin introduces the Others in the prologue of A Game of Thrones (1996), describing them as "Tall ... and gaunt and hard as old bones, with flesh pale as milk" with eyes "deeper and bluer than any human eyes, a blue that burned like ice".Who is the leader of the White Walkers?
In the TV series, the primary White Walker has been portrayed by Ross Mullan. Their apparent leader is the Night King, portrayed by Richard Brake and Vladimir Furdik, who first appeared in the episode "Oathkeeper", in which he places his hand on Craster's baby son, transforming him into a White Walker.What are the others in asofai?
The Others are described in ASOFAI as tall, gaunt beings with pale white skin and eyes a inhuman shade of blue, said to as bright as stars and colder than ice. The White Walker who married the Night's King is similarly described as having skin as pale as the moon and eyes like blue stars.How many sons did Craster sacrifice to the White Walkers in Game of Thrones?
It's also unknown how many sons Craster sacrificed to the White Walkers. Additionally, four White Walkers were killed on screen at different points in the series: one killed by Sam with a dragonglass dagger, one killed by Meera with a dragonglass spear, and two by Jon with Longclaw.