Reigns: Game of Thrones
By: Devolver Digital
Raven clue: The raven pecks at the pommel of a shiny sword as scores upon scores of soldiers run smiling to their deaths.
To survive the Winter with Jaime, you need to first unlock The Sword (Lightbringer) effect. Here’s how:
Play until Tyrion (your Hand) appears and tells you they’ve captured Cersei. Summon her to trial and a short time later, Varys, your Master of Whisperers will appear and say the trial is ready to start. Commence with the trial and sentence Cersei to death (cut her card in half).
Eventually, Varys will show up again and tell you that the people believe you to be The Lightbringer, or Azor Ahai reborn. They believe you were sent by the Lord of Light to save them from the White Walkers. You’ll then get The Sword status effect.
Now, wait for Winter and then die. You’ll have to give a speech (be careful with your choices if any of your factions are close to min or max!).
After the speech, lead the battle against the White Walkers. This is the order to choose:
– First wave, against undead giants, bears and other monstrous creatures — Use your Archers. Press on.
– Second wave, against the raising of your own dead soldiers — Use your Knights. Press on.
– Third wave, against the blue-eyed Viserion (dragon) — Use the Scorpion (Dragon killer). Press on.
Now you should win the battle. You can even make a mistake, as long as you get two of them right, I believe. Using the Scorpion at the right time is very important.
Once again, you’ll defeat the White Walkers and summer will arrive.
Click on the character you need below or click here to continue to Tyrion’s ending.
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