Hi, I'm Berenal and this is where I post my doge stuff.
All the stuff based on morality and such has got me thinking and Ive got a general question for you folks. This is based on your opinion on the matter,
If someone is described as honorable or just, does this mean to you they must always make the honorable or just choice, or just most of the time? Examples being, Ned Stark is typically referred to as honorable and just, yet he broke his word to his wife with the conception of Jon Snow (Ignoring R+L=J, whether this is true or not does not apply here to other characters as they do not know, so for the sake of the question we will be given the same mindset.) Do you agree that this is acceptable, or should he lose the ability to be described that way because of the existence of Jon Snow proving he has not always acted in such ways?
Another example (not to over do on GoT but) Robb Stark is described as honorable, but broke his marriage pact to Walder Frey. Do you believe that makes him dishonorable or do you feel it can still describe him due to his actions before and after? (Such as refusing to look the other way after Rickard Karstark killed the lannister kids.)
Also apologies ahead of time if this is phrased oddly i am on my ipad right now.