What does "the Master of Clubs" mean?
The First Councillor lifted his finger. “Your Majesty, a king must protect his subjects and uphold their right to travel where they wish. One of your warriors must battle the giant. Send the Master of Clubs!”
Aug 28, 2017 2:17 AM
Answers · 3
It's not obvious. I think you would need to work that out from the context.
The use of capitals suggests it is a title of some sorts. 'of Clubs' is probably a reference to the weapon.
I would assume that the 'Master of Clubs' is a highly respected warrior of some sort. A similar title would be 'Lord Commander of the Kingsguard' in 'Game of Thrones'.