The Joker isn't going to be a political player in Westeros, because he wasn't born into a noble house. The best fit that he will find is in the Brave Companions, with a bunch of other sick and twisted freaks and outcasts. I can see him killing Vargo Hoat and taking over the Brave Companions, and then working for the Lannisters. If the Joker instead enters this world in the North, I can see him getting by as a wildling, and eventually overthrowing Mance Rayder.
He's chided *Ra's Al Ghul* for a lack of patience when setting up a plan.
Last edited by The Drunkard Kid; 08-28-2014 at 11:27 AM.
Joker is a guy who not only has knowledge which is incomparably valuable to the ruling class, but has traveled in political circles that are significantly greater than Westeros, with people who have pedigrees and histories that make the likes of Tywin Lannister or House Targaryen look like incompetent upstarts. Joker's been an ambassador for Quarac. Ra's Al Ghul called on him when he had to outsource Armageddon. Lex Luthor takes care not to snub him when making plans. If Joker wants to get on the world stage in Westeros, their only real choices are to get out of his way or die trying.
Does Joker get a free pass on the language barrier?
Well the majority of folks in Westeros speaks/knows the common tongue, and that's where the Joker is place.
All I remember is that there where only two true native language in Westeros. The first is the old tongue spoken by the first men. With the second being the common tongue. Which is what the majority of folks in Westeros speaks. The common tongue is also link with the seven gods, and knighthood.
Perhaps someone who is more well-versed in GoT can answer this question for us.
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Can we use the tas version of the joker? Just to hear his laugh over the Mountain/ Martell fight? I could see him getting involved with the eyrie and loving watching people "fly"
If it's TAS can we use the turning people into mini jokers?