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The direwolf is a close relative of the wolf, but larger. According to [[Theon Greyjoy]], direwolves hadn't been sighted south of the [[Wall]] for two hundred years, until [[Robb Stark]] found a dead female direwolf with a litter of six direwolf pups on the path between the holdfast where [[Gared]] was executed and [[Winterfell]]. A grey direwolf in a white field is the banner of [[House Stark]].
 
The direwolf is a close relative of the wolf, but larger. According to [[Theon Greyjoy]], direwolves hadn't been sighted south of the [[Wall]] for two hundred years, until [[Robb Stark]] found a dead female direwolf with a litter of six direwolf pups on the path between the holdfast where [[Gared]] was executed and [[Winterfell]]. A grey direwolf in a white field is the banner of [[House Stark]].
  
''see: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dire_Wolf|Dire Wolf] for examples and the background of the real world inspiration for direwolves in A Song of Ice and Fire.''
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''see: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dire_Wolf|Dire Wolf] for examples and the background of the real world inspiration for direwolves in 'A Song of Ice and Fire.'''

Revision as of 01:40, 24 April 2007

The direwolf is a close relative of the wolf, but larger. According to Theon Greyjoy, direwolves hadn't been sighted south of the Wall for two hundred years, until Robb Stark found a dead female direwolf with a litter of six direwolf pups on the path between the holdfast where Gared was executed and Winterfell. A grey direwolf in a white field is the banner of House Stark.

see: Wolf for examples and the background of the real world inspiration for direwolves in 'A Song of Ice and Fire.'