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A Complete Analysis of Robb Stark as a Military Commander

Posted by Picard578 on April 27, 2015

Wars and Politics of Ice and Fire

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“Battles,” muttered Robb as he led her out beneath the trees. “I have won every battle, yet somehow I’m losing the war.” – Robb Stark, ASOS, Chapter 14, Catelyn II

Introduction

First, two bald statements to kick this post off:

  • Robb Stark was the greatest tactician during the War of the Five Kings.

and

  • Robb Stark was the worst strategist of the War of the Five Kings. (Though Balon Greyjoy gives Robb a run for his money for worst strategist.)

On the face of it, these two statements contradict each other, but in these posts, I will attempt to defend both of these statements with textual evidence and some non-technical references to military strategy.

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2 Responses to “A Complete Analysis of Robb Stark as a Military Commander”

  1. Duviel said

    Very interesting!

    Thanks.

    I am running out of time to give to pleasures like this.

  2. Chris said

    When you have the spare time to, check this out:

    http://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/broken-booms-why-is-it-so-hard-to-develop-procure-a-1698725648

    Apparently even tankers now go overbudget because of technology.

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