Honor is a horse
Glory is a horse
meereeneseliberationfront asked: How did young Petyr Baelish, son of a petty lord in the Vale (barely more than a landed knight, really), end up as the ward of one of the mightiest lords of Westeros, hundreds of miles away from his home? I mean, he was no warrior, there was (apart from the Citadel) no formal education system where he could have distinguished himself, and even if there had been, how would Lord Hoster have gotten word of it?
Ah shit, someone answered this somewhere else — Hoster and Petyr’s dad buddied up during the War of the Ninepenny Kings. Anyone have this link?