After the appearance of the King of the Night in Game of Thrones, the white walkers became the main problem for the people. Decisions about who will take the Iron Throne faded into the background, although perhaps Night King on the iron throne would look better. Game of Thrones season 4 saw this leader emerge for the first time.
The very appearance of the King Night proposes that he is the head of the White Walkers. Night King costume completely black, like a protective layer, while a large portion of the walkers show up half-exposed. On his head, you can see peculiar limbs, molded like a crown, which shows his advantage, Night King face looks scary. George Martin himself said that, thus, the White Walkers themselves are not dead. As per him, they the representatives of another life, brutal, frigid, and risky.
In the Book King of the Night inhabited the hour of the development of the Wall and had a place with the group of the First Men: he was the thirteenth Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch. As per legend, the thirteenth Lord Commander found a lady with brilliant blue eyes in the Enchanted Forest, maybe, she was a white walker. He led her to the Wall and called her his wife, and himself – the King of the Night. For a very long time, they administered the Night’s Watch with the assistance of black magic and covertly carried human penances to the white walkers. Consequently, the wildlings who came together for the Wall King Joramun, with the assistance of King Brandon the Breaker of the Stark House of the North, assaulted and ousted the Night King’s manor. This legend is referenced in the books but does not reveal the emergence of the white walkers. Melisandre calls the Others “cold youngsters” of the Great Other – an old god who in legends is viewed as the adversary of the sun god R’Glor.
In serial the emergence of the White Walkers is revealed in a different way. We saw that around eight centuries before the occasions portrayed, before the development of the Wall, in Game of Thrones the Children of the Forest, including Leaflet, caught a man, perhaps, he was one of the primary delegates of the Stark family tree. Leaflet drove a mythical dragon glass sharp edge into the man’s chest, after which his eyes transformed blue, and he transformed into a beast. Leaflet admitted to Bran Stark that the Children of the Forest made white walkers to shield themselves from the primary people who attacked Westeros and began the war, yet couldn’t control the created cold monsters. At that point, the Children of the Forest and the First People needed to join together and erect the Wall to shield their properties from the savage adversary. Along these lines, we can infer that the King of the Night is the progenitor, all things considered.
But why is it so difficult for humans to kill the White Walkers? All night Walkers are a lot more grounded than conventional individuals: for instance, with one blow of their hand they can toss an individual a few meters. Be that as it may, their capacity lies basically not in actual strength, but rather in sorcery-related with ice constantly. The presence of walkers is joined by the tempest and a lessening in air temperature: these monsters freeze all that they contact. As a weapon, walkers use ice sharp edges, from one contact with which common steel blades freeze and disintegrate into little parts. They can restore dead individuals and creatures, along these lines renewing their multitude of wights. The King of the Night can revive countless dead at one time: we see this in the fight scene in the Severe House. The Night King is additionally ready to change infants into new White Walkers. In the 6th scene of the seventh season (“Beyond the Wall”), the King of the Night slaughters the Viserion dragon with an ice lance, and afterward revives the white walker dragon.
White Walkers can be executed with a dragon glass weapon or a Valyrian blade. On the off chance that the body of a walker is punctured with a weapon made of dragon glass, it will start to freeze and transform into ice, dispensing horrible torment on the walker. At the point when a body freezes totally, it disintegrates and transforms into dust. Is needle Valyrian steel has a comparative impact, however is quicker.
But the hope to kill the King of the Night was still there, people did not give up, and Arya did it in season 8 episode 3.