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House Stark


Name:Lord Eddard "Ned" Stark
About:Lord of Winterfell and Warden of the North. The childhood friend of Robert Baratheon, Eddard ("Ned") was a key player in Robert's rebellion, helping to win the throne from the Targaryens. He is married to Catelyn (Tully) Stark.

Death: (Season 1) - Ned makes a false public confession with the understanding that he will be sent to the WALL to join the Knights Watch; but the plan goes awry when Joffrey declares that Eddard must be executed. He is then beheaded in front of his daughters at King's Landing.
Name:Catelyn Stark
About:The widow of Ned Stark, Cat has been trying to reunite her scattered family while respecting the wishes of her eldest son Robb, King in the North.

Death: (Season 3) - At the Red Wedding (marriage ceremony of Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey). Ser Raymund Frey slits Catelyn Tully's throat.
Name:Robb Stark
About:Lord of Winterfell and now King in the North, Robb plans to avenge his father's death and bring his sisters home. His direwolf is named Grey Wind.

Death: (Season 3) - At the Red Wedding (marriage ceremony of Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey).Lord Roose Bolton kills the injured Robb Stark with a sword thrust to the heart.
Name:Sansa Stark
About:The oldest Stark daughter, Sansa has since realized that King's Landing isn't the fairy tale she assumed it would be.

As of season 7 she is currently standing in for Jon as the "Lady of Winterfell".
Name:Arya Stark
About:The younger of the Stark daughters, Arya has put her survival skills to use as she continues to evade the Lannister forces that seek her. En route to the Twins in search of her mother and brother, she arrived at the castle after the Red Wedding.

In season 7 she has returned to Winterfell wiser and stronger. She is now prepared to defend the Stark name and determined to rebel against all who have wronged her family.
Name:Bran Stark
About:Crippled after Jaime Lannister pushed him from a tower, Bran travels with his bannermen Jojen and Meera Reed to fulfill the visions that he and Jojen share.

In season 7, he is reunited with his Stark family in Winterfell as the new official "Three-Eyed-Raven".
Name:Rickon Stark
About:Rickon, the youngest of the Stark children, is traveling north with Osha. His direwolf is named Shaggydog.

Death: (Season 6) - Rickon is struck by Ramsays Boltyon's arrow and is killed instantly.
Name:Jon Snow
About:Ned Stark's bastard son, Jon joined the Night's Watch. On a mission for Lord Commander Mormont, Jon infiltrated the wildlings by pretending to forsake his Night Watch brothers.

Death: (Season 5) - Alliser Thorne, never really liked Jon Snow and was waiting for his chance. Jon's people betrayed and killed him because Jon was seen to be making peace with the Wildlings, the sworn enemy of the men in Castle Black.

Resurrected: (Season 6) - by Melisandre

In season 7, Jon decides to "bend the knee" and pledge himself to Daenerys Targaryen. Together they plan to destroy the Knight King and his army and achieve ultimate peace in the seven kingdoms. They are growing fond of each other in a romantic twist.
Name:Benjen Stark
About:Ned's younger brother and First Ranger of the Night's Watch, he is a hero of Jon Snow's. He disappears in season 1 after leaving the Wall meet with the Wildlings heading north into White Walker territory.

Death: (Season 7) - He re-appears as a ghost in season 6 to rescue Bran and Meera from the White Walkers. He then re-appears again in season 7 to rescue Jon from the White Walkers where Benjen then seems to meet his ultimate fate.
Name:Lyanna Stark
About:Lyanna Stark is deceased when the events of the series begin, yet she appears in flashback form in the sixth season. Lyanna Stark is the younger sister of major character Eddard "Ned" Stark. Her kidnapping by Prince Rhaegar Targaryen contributed to the outbreak of Robert's Rebellion.

Death: - She died near the very end of the Rebellion, but the exact circumstances are shrouded in mystery.

Stark's Council/Servants/Other


Name:Rodrik Cassel
About:Master-at-arms of Winterfell, he trained the Stark boys to fight.

Death: (Season 2) - Decapitated by Theon Greyjoy.
Name:Maester Luwin
About:Maester of Winterfell, he is watching over Bran and Rickon in Robb's absence.

Death: (Season 2) - During Theon's betrayal, Luwin is mortified and tries to intervene but ends up stabbed by Dagmer. Despite his injury, he makes his way to the godswood, where he finds Bran, Rickon, Osha and Hodor. He insists they get to the Wall, that Jon will keep them safe. He asks Osha to give him a quick death.
About:One of Winterfell's many loyal servants, Hodor is simple-minded and oversized.

Death: (Season 6) - As a result of Bran's reckless warging, White Walkers and thousands of Wights attack the cave. Hodor holds the back exit of the cave to allow Bran and Meera time to escape. Hodor "holds the door" to give Meera time to escape with unconscious Bran, sacrificing his life as the Wights inflict numerous wounds on him in their attempt to break out of the cave.

House Lannister

King's Landing

Name:Tywin Lannister
About:Father of Cersei, Jaime and Tyrion, Tywin Lannister is the wealthiest man in the Seven Kingdoms. He serves as the Hand of the King to his grandson Joffrey.

Death: (Season 4) - Tyrion takes a crossbow to the privy, where his father  was seated upon the toilet. Tywin seems surprised to see Tyrion. When he attempts to stand, Tyrion steadies the crossbow, stopping him dead in his tracks.
Name:Cersei Lannister
About:Queen Regent of the Seven Kingdoms, Cersei is fiercely protective of her three children. Even before she was married to Robert Baratheon, she was involved in a relationship with her twin brother, Jaime. Like her father, Cersei is interested in maintaining her position of power.

As of season 7 she still sits on the iron throne, now childless but hinting towards a possible pregnancy by her brother Jamie. She has offered a false tomporary truce with all of the houses.
Name:Jamie Lannister
About:Cersei's twin brother and the Lord Commander of the Kingsguard, it was he who slew the Mad King in violation of his oath to protect the royal family. Jamie is captured by Catelyn Stark.

In season 7, Jamie is still loyal to his sister but can see the potential failure ahead.
Name:Tyrion Lannister
About:The youngest son of Lord Tywin Lannister. What Tyrion lacks in size and strength, he makes up for in mental acuity. Former Hand of the King in his father's absence.

In season 7, he is the "hand of the queen" (Daenerys Targaryen). Like Jon and Daenerys, he wants to eliminate the White Walkers and defeat his sister so all people can live in peace.
Name:Joffrey Baratheon (Lannister)
About:Over-indulged and cowardly, the young king has a cruel streak, particularly when it comes to those who are vulnerable.

Death: (Season 4) - On the day of his wedding to Margaery, he was poisoned by Olenna Tyrell and Littlefinger.
Name:Myrcella Baratheon (Lannister)
About:Fair-haired and demure, Myrcella now lives in Dorne as part of a deal her uncle Tyrion made with House Martell to align their houses and keep the princess safe.

Death: (Season 5) - At the harbor, Myrcella says farewell to Prince Doran and Ellaria before departing for King's Landing. Ellaria, taking her vengeance, kisses her after coating a fatal poison on her lips, thus sealing the young girl's fate.
Name:Tommen Baratheon (Lannister)
About:The youngest of Cersei's children. He is quiet. He resembles Jamie Lannister a great deal.

Death: (Season 6) - Shortly after becoming King, his Mother arranges a mass murder which included Tommon's wife Margery. Right after, he commits suicide by jumping out a window in King's Landing.
Name:Kevan Lannister
About:The brother of Tywin Lannister, the head of House Lannister and Lord of Casterly Rock. Kevan is married to Dorna Lannister and they have a son Lancel, who was a squire to King Robert Baratheon. Kevan is present alongside Pycelle when Cersei returns to the Red Keep after her walk of atonement. Kevan remains stern and silent as Qyburn fawns over Cersei, presumably having not yet forgiven her for disgracing his son Lancel.

Death: (Season 6) - Kevan attends Cersei's trial at the Great Sept of Baelor, standing with Mace Tyrell, but he does not participate. He and all the others are incinerated when the Sept is blown up with wildfire.
Name:Lancel Lannister
About:Son of Kevan Lannister and first cousin/secret lover of Cersei. He bears some resemblance to her brother Jaime. Lancel fought bravely during the Battle of the Blackwater and suffered a grave injury defending the city. He later repents his sins by joining the Faith Militant.

Death: (Season 6) - Lancel is sent to retrieve Cersei for her trial. On his way he spots one of Qyburn's Little Birds (children) running into a dark hallway and follows the Little Bird. He then finds a huge stash of Wildfire, but is stabbed in the bottom of his spine and paralyzed. He spots a puddle of Wildfire with lit candles at the end of the tunnel. He crawls all the way to candles but fails to put them out before they ignite.

The King's Council

King's Landing

Name:Petyr Baelish ("Littlefinger")
About:Ambitious, Littlefinger wants to secure the Vale to the Lannister's side. Beyond his official duties, he is the eyes and ears of King's Landing along with Varys.

Death: (Season 7) - Throat cut by Arya Stark
About:A eunuch and a member of the Small Council, Varys is also a master of disguise. Along with Littlefinger, he is always aware of what goes on in Court.

As of season 7, he has pledged himself to Daenerys Targaryen and is proving loyal and useful.
Name:Grand Maester Pycelle
About:The aged maester of King's Landing and a member of the Small Council.

Death: (Season 6) - Before Cersei's trial, one of the little birds is sent to Pycelle, asking him to come to advise the king. When Pycelle comes, there is only Qyburn waiting for him as the king is being kept in his room. Grand Maester realizes that something is wrong and wants to leave, but Qyburn calls in his little birds. They knock him on the ground while stabbing him multiple times and kill him.
Name:Barristan Selmy
About:As a member of the Kingsguard under the former king, Aerys Targaryen, Barristan "The Bold" never wavered in his oath to protect. For his commitment, Robert pardoned him and promoted him to Lord Commander. After Robert's Death, Slemy was released of his duties and made his way to find Daenerys Targaryen where he served as one of her advisors.

Death: (Season 5) - Selmy was killed by the "Sons of the Harpy" during a street fight as he was trying to help Grey Worm and his men.

King's Landing - Other Characters

Name:Sandor Clegane ("The Hound")
About:The Hound was the personal bodyguard to King Joffrey and carried out his commands, no matter how monstrous. - After a battle with Brienne, the Hound is seen in season 4 beaten down with his leg broken and suffering from a fall from the cliff and assumed dead.

He returns in season 6 alive and well.

In season 7, he has made his way back north to join forces with Jon and Daenerys.
Name:High Sparrow
About:After Tywin's murder, Cersei discovers the High Sparrow is a humble man, serving soup and bread to the poor while barefoot. He finds the name "High Sparrow" humorous and makes no effort to hide what action the Sparrows took against the High Septon, though he admits they could have been more careful. Cersei tells him that he will not be arrested or executed, but the High Septon has been imprisoned instead, which surprises the High Sparrow. Through Cersei's influence, the High Sparrow is elected High Septon. To further gain his support, Cersei signs a decree restoring the Faith Militant, military orders under the command of the High Septon with the right to bear arms and dispense justice.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed in the wildfire explosion plotted by Cersei.
Name:Gregor Clegane ("The Mountain")
About:The older brother of Sandor Clegane ("The Hound"). Ser Gregor Clegane is the head of House Clegane, minor vassals of House Lannister. He is a notoriously fearsome warrior with a tendency toward extreme violence. Due to his freakishly huge size, he is called "The Mountain"

In season 6, he was resurrected and "re-constructed" by Qyburn to protect Cersei.
About:A mercenary, Bronn joined up with Tyrion Lannister in return for a rich reward. Bronn was knighted for his bravery during the Battle of the Blackwater.

He later becomes a great ally to Jamie Lannister.
Name:Podrick Payne
About:Podrick is Tyrion's squire. Quiet and unassuming, he saved Tyrion's life at the Battle of the Blackwater.

In season 6, he has been taken under the wing of Brienne of Tarth.
About:A prostitute who made an immediate impression on Tyrion Lannister, Shae joined him in King's Landing in direct defiance of his father's order to keep her away from court. She serves as Sansa Starks handmaid.

Death: (Season 4) - Strangled to death by Tyrion when he discovers Shae is lying in his father's bed wearing the golden chains Tyrion gifted to her.
About:Although trained in the medical arts, Qyburn was censured by the Citadel for his unauthorized experiments and does not wear the chains of a maester. He joined Brienne of Tarth and Jaime Lannister on their journey to King's Landing and has remained there since.

House Baratheon


Name:Robert Baratheon
About:King of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros and longtime friend of Ned Stark. Robert was engaged to Ned's sister, Lyanna, whose abduction by Prince Rhaegar Targaryen incited Robert's uprising against the throne. When Lyanna died during the war, Robert married Cersei Lannister.

Death: (Season 1) - Hunting with Selmy, Lancel and Renly, he is supplied with wine from  Lancel. He becomes drunk and nostalgic. He is badly wounded whilst trying to kill a boar. He is taken home and later dies in his bed.
Name:Renly Baratheon
About:The youngest of the three Baratheon brothers, Renly believes he will be a better king than his brother Stannis or his nephew Joffrey. With the backing of his close companion Ser Loras Tyrell, he aims to prove it.

Death: (Season 2) - Killed by a Shadow-creature birthed by Melisandre. In the mirror its face resembles Stannis.
Name:Stannis Baratheon
About:A serious man who preferred the solitude of the family seat in Dragonstone to King's Landing, Stannis is still challenging his nephew Joffrey for the Iron Throne. The priestess Melisandre helped him murder his brother Renly and narrow the field of rivals.

Death: (Season 5) - Brienne of Tarth, who identifies herself and asks him if he used blood magic to murder Renly. Stannis admits that he did. Brienne sentences him to death and executes him with a single stroke.
Name:Selyse Baratheon
About:Selyse is the wife of Stannis Baratheon, the Lord of Dragonstone and claimant to the Iron Throne. She was born into House Florent of Brightwater Keep, a noble house of the Reach and bannermen of House Tyrell.

Death: (Season 5) - Hangs herself after sacrificing her daughter's life.
Name:Shireen Baratheon
About:Shireen is the daughter of Stannis and Selyse Baratheon. She is Stannis's only living child. The left side of her face is scarred by Greyscale, which she caught as an infant.

Death: (Season 5) - Melisandre convinces Stannis to sacrifice his daughter in order to better their chances of winning the upcoming battle. She is escorted and tied to a pyre where she is sacrificed to the "Lord of Light".
About:A bastard son of Robert Baratheon, Gendry met and befriended Arya Stark on the road north. Melisandre brought the boy to Dragonstone as a sacrifice for Stannis Baratheon, but Davos Seaworth set him free.

In season 7, he is brought back to join the "great war" by Davos.

House Baratheon - Other Characters

About:Brienne is a highborn lady who would rather be a knight. She joined the forces of King Renly Baratheon in the War of the Five Kings. She proves herself by winning a tournament amongst his men, including a victory over Renly's favorite Ser Loras Tyrell. She asks to be named to his Kingsguard as a reward. As Brienne swears an oath of fealty to Catelyn, becoming her sworn sword. She is to escort Jaime Lannister back to Kings Landing.

In the past few seasons she has proven herself as a protector to Arya and Sansa Stark, upholding her pledge to Catelyn Stark.
About:A Red priestess from Asshai, Melisandre worships the Lord of Light. Her visions have told her that Stannis is the true king and as his advisor, she has encouraged him to pursue the throne at all costs.

She has made some mistakes due to misguidance, though, she was able to resurrect Jon Snow in season 6.

Death: (Season 8) - Succumbed to old age after removing her enchanted necklace following the Battle of Ice and Fire.
Name:Davos Seaworth
About:A reformed smuggler, it was Davos who provided Stannis' forces much-needed provisions during the long siege of Storm's End. He serves as Hand to King Stannis.

after Stannis Baratheon's death, he eventually finds himself joining forces with Jon to fight the "great war".

House Greyjoy

The Iron Islands

Name:Balon Greyjoy
About:Head of the ruling house of the Iron Islands, Balon Greyjoy lost two of his sons in a failed revolt against Robert Baratheon. His only surviving son, Theon, was raised as a ward by the Starks.

Death: (Season 6) - Arguing with Euron about him being too old to rule and that he's been ruling too long, Balon tries to stab Euron, but Euron throws him off the bridge to his death.
Name:Yara Greyjoy
About:Theon's older sister, she is the only child of Balon Greyjoy remaining on the Iron Islands.

After joining forces with Daenerys, she is soon kidnapped by her uncle, Euron Grayjoy.
Name:Theon Greyjoy
About:A former ward of House Stark, Theon was quick to join his close friend Robb in his rebellion against King Joffrey. But upon returning to Pyke as Robb's envoy, Theon betrayed the family that raised him.

After surviving Ramsay Bolton's abuse, and aiding Sansa Stark back to safety, in season 7, he is finally beginning to find himself again so he can save his sister.

Death: (Season 8) - Impaled with a broken spear by the Night King, while defending Bran Stark, during the Battle of Ice and Fire.
Name:Euron Greyjoy
About:Euron returns to the Iron Islands following the War of the Five Kings, arriving during a violent storm. He confronts Balon, who believed Euron to be dead, on one of the rope bridges of Pyke, saying the ironborn words of “what is dead may never die”. When Balon accuses him of mocking the Drowned God, Euron retorts, boasting that he is the Drowned God, for whenever men see his sails they pray. Balon notes that Euron lost his mind during a storm, and Euron tells him that he is “the storm”, prompting Balon to attack him with a knife. Though Balon slashes his cheek, Euron easily overpowers his elder brother, and throws him off the bridge to his death.

After proving himself to Cersei by capturing and delivering Ellaria and Tyene Sand, he then shows his weakness by admitting fear of the dead. He states that he will stay on water until the war is over.

House Targaryen


Name:Aerys II Targaryen
About:Aerys II Targaryen, "the Mad King". Deceased prior to the events of the series, Aerys was the last member of House Targaryen to rule from the Iron Throne. Although his rule began benevolently, he succumbed to madness and was eventually deposed by Robert Baratheon in a civil war. Infamously, Aerys was murdered by a member of his Kingsguard, Ser Jaime Lannister, "Kingslayer" to prevent Aerys demand that King's Landing be set ablaze. Aerys seemingly believed the massive inferno would transmute him into a dragon and he would emerge to obliterate his enemies.

Aerys had 3 children, Rhaegar, Viserys and Daenerys. The surviving Viserys and Daenerys were taken to the Free Cities of Essos, intent on one day returning to Westeros to reclaim what they regard as their birthright.
Name:Rhaegar Targaryen
About:Prince Rhaegar Targaryen of Dragonstone is deceased. He was the oldest son and heir of King Aerys II Targaryen (The Mad King).

Rhaegar married Princess Elia Martell of Dorne, with whom he had a daughter named Rhaenys and then a son named Aegon. In spite of Elia's love and loyalty to him, Rhaegar abducted Lyanna Stark of Winterfell. After the Mad King had Lyanna Stark's father Rickard Stark and oldest brother Brandon Stark executed for demanding Rhaegar release Lyanna, her other brother, Eddard Stark, and her betrothed, Robert Baratheon, joined forces with several other houses to overthrow the Targaryen dynasty. After, Rhaegar was summoned to lead the Royalist forces in what would be the Battle of the Trident. During the Battle, Rhaegar was killed by Robert Baratheon. His father was killed shortly afterwards by Ser Jaime Lannister during the Sack of King's Landing.
Name:Viserys Targaryen
About:Prince of House Targaryen, whose father, the "Mad" King Aerys was usurped by King Robert. Viserys lives in self-exile with his sister Daenerys and is obsessed with regaining his family's throne.

Death: (Season 1) - Drogo directly addresses Viserys once more in the Common Tongue, saying "a crown for a king", and pours the molten gold onto Viserys' head as the promised "golden crown", killing him.
Name:Daenerys Targaryen
About:Princess of House Targaryen, Daenerys lives in exile in Essos with her advisors and dragons. Dany rallied the Unsullied of Astapor to her cause and continues to grow the army she needs to take back the throne.

In Season 7, she finally returns to Dragonstone to begin her war for the throne.

House Targaryen - Other Characters

About:Formerly a slave in Astapor, Missandei is fluent in the Common Tongue and High Valyrian. Missandei was freed when Daenerys Targaryen took the Unsullied army and used it to overthrow the slavers. Missandei now serves Daenerys as her trusted advisor and Handmaiden.

Death: (Season 8) - Decapitated by Ser Gregor Clegane on the orders of Cersei Lannister.
Name:Grey Worm
About:Grey Worm was originally a boy taken into slavery by the Good Masters of Astapor, an oligarchy of slave-traders dedicated to the training and commerce of Unsullied, warrior-eunuch slaves trained into absolute obedience since early childhood. He has no memory of his life before being an Unsullied.

He is released from slavery after Daenerys Targaryen buys all the Unsullied in the city and has them put all slave owners in Astapor to the sword and release all slaves. Once released, Grey Worm, like all his brethren, chooses to fight for Daenerys as a free man.
Name:Daario Naharis
About:Daario is a highly skilled and extremely capable warrior. Being trained a pit fighter since the age of 12. Besides being fluent in the Common Tongue, Daario is also fluent in High Valyrian considering he is of Tyroshi origin. He joins the captains when they visit Daenerys Targaryen, who hopes to convince them to break their contract with Yunkai and fight for her instead.

House Arryn

The Eyrie

Name:Lysa Arryn
About:Catelyn Stark's younger sister and the wife of Jon Arryn, the former Hand of the King. Both she and Catelyn were raised with Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish.

Death: (Season 4) - In a jealous rage, she accused Littlefinger of having an affair with Sansa, her niece. Peter pretends to calm her, but then pushes out of the Moon Door falling to her death.
Name:Robin Arryn
About:Lysa and Jon Arryn's seven-year-old son, Robin is delicate and very dependent on his mother for a boy his age.

House Tully


Name:Hoster Tully
About:Prior to his death, Hoster Tully was the Lord of Riverrun, the Lord Paramount of the Trident and the head of House Tully, one of the Great Houses of Westeros. He was the father of Edmure, Catelyn and Lysa and the older brother of Brynden. He ruled over the Riverlands from the castle of Riverrun.
Name:Edmure Tully
About:Brother to Lysa Arryn and Catelyn Stark, Edmure supports his nephew Robb Stark in the War of the Five Kings, commanding the Tully forces and becoming the Lord of Riverrun after his father's death. Edmure marries Roslin Frey to secure an alliance with House Frey after Robb breaks his oath.
Name:Brynden "the Blackfish" Tully
About:Brother of Hoster Tully and Uncle to Catelyn, Edmure and Lysa, Brynden is known as "the Blackfish", due to the strained relationship between him and his older brother Hoster. Alongside Barristan Selmy, Brynden showed great heroism during the War of the Ninepenny Kings, a rebellion in the East that threatened the Seven Kingdoms.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed by Lannister soldiers while defending Riverrun.

House Bolton

The Dreadfort

Name:Roose Bolton
About:Lord of the Dreadfort and head of House Bolton, Roose takes pride in his family's sigil of a flayed man. A proven soldier who joined Robb Stark on the battlefield, Lord Bolton subsequently betrayed him to gain favor with Tywin Lannister.

Death: (Season 6) - Though Roose promises Ramsay that no matter what, he will always be his firstborn, Ramsay sees through his lies, and Roose is stabbed in the chest by his own son.
Name:Walda Bolton
About:The fattest Frey - Now wife of Roose Bolton. During the wedding feast of Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey, Lord Bolton recounts to Catelyn Stark and Ser Brynden "Blackfish" Tully how Lord Walder Frey proposed him to marry one of his granddaughters and offered her weight in silver as dowry. Lord Bolton then adds he chose the fattest bride available, which has made him very rich.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed with her infant by Ramsay's dogs by his command.
Name:Ramsay Snow (Bolton)
About:A bastard son of Roose Bolton, Ramsay's bloodlust is even stronger than his father's.

Death: (Season 6) - Died after the "Battle of the Bastards" by a vicious dog attack by his own dogs let out by Sansa.

House Frey

The Riverlands

Name:Walder Frey
About:Lord Walder is the Lord of the Crossing and the head of House Frey. He initially allied himself with King Robb Stark in the War of the Five Kings in exchange for a marriage contract to one of his daughters or granddaughters.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed by Arya Stark as a revenge for her Brother and Mother at the Riverrun takeover celebration..
Name:Roslin Frey
About:Roslin is the 19-year-old daughter of Lord Walder Frey, Lord of the Crossing. Unlike the majority of Lord Walder's brood, Roslin is quite beautiful. She was intended to marry King Robb Stark as part of an alliance between her father and him (Walder had given Robb a choice of any one of his many daughters or granddaughters, but Roslin would have been the obvious choice).
Name:Lothar Frey
About:Lothar is a son of Walder Frey, the Lord of the Crossing. He is the steward of the Twins, managing the day-to-day running of the castle. He often plans and organizes the fine details to achieve his father's goals.

Death: (Season 6) - Lothar and his brother were killed and "carved up" by Arya Stark and fed to their Father in a pie.

House Mormont

Bear Island

Name:Lyanna Mormont
About:Lyanna Mormont is the daughter of Maege Mormont(sister of Jeor Mormont of the Night's Watch). She is Jorah's first cousin. She was named after Lyanna Stark, the younger sister of Lord Eddard (Ned) Stark, who died years before she was born. After her mother's older brother Jeor joined the Night's Watch and his only son Jorah fled to Essos, Maege Mormont became Lady of Bear Island. When Maege left to fight in the War of the Five Kings, Lyanna ruled Bear Island in her mother's stead, eventually taking Maege's place upon her death in combat.

Death: (Season 8) - Crushed by a wight giant during the Battle of Ice and Fire.
Name:Jorah Mormont
About: Jorah Mormont is the son of Jeor Mormont of House Mormont and first cousin to Lyanna Mormont. Jorah went off to work as a spy for Varys, King Robert's spymaster in King's Landing, sending Varys information about the Targaryen exiles. But he grows to respect and admire Daenerys and begins serving her in earnest.

Death: (Season 8) - Stabbed multiple times by wights, while defending Daenerys Targaryen, during the Battle of Ice and Fire.

House Tyrell


Name:Mace Tyrell
About:Lord Mace Tyrell is the Lord of Highgarden and head of House Tyrell. He is the father of Loras and Margaery Tyrell, and the son of Olenna Tyrell. He initially supported Renly Baratheon's claim to the Iron Throne in the War of the Five Kings, but after Renly's death he successfully negotiated an alliance with House Lannister to support King Joffrey's claim to the throne, on the condition that his daughter Margaery would marry Joffrey.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed by Wildfire plotted by Cersei at the Sept during the trial for Loras.
Name:Olenna Tyrell
About:Matriarch of House Tyrell, Lady Olenna is not shy about sharing her opinions. Although fond of her granddaughter Margaery, she feels less generous toward the men in her family.

Death: (Season 7) - Poisoned by Jamie Lannister at Cersei's request. She ironically is poisoned using the same poison that she used to murder Joffrey Baratheon (Lannister).
Name:Margaery Tyrell
About:Mace Tyrell's only daughter, she is as clever as she is beautiful. Renly Baratheon's widow, then married to King Joffery (who dies at their wedding). She then marries King Tommen.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed by Wildfire plotted by Cersei at the Sept during the trial.
Name:Loras Tyrell
About:Ser Loras Tyrell is the son of Lady Alerie Hightower and Lord Mace Tyrell, the Lord Paramount of the Reach and Warden of the South. The Reach is one of the constituent regions of the Seven Kingdoms and House Tyrell is one of the Great Houses of the realm. He prefers the company of men which ultimately lead him to his imprissonment and cruel punishment by the High Sparrow.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed in the Sept by Wildfire plotted by Cersei after his guilty confession.

House Martell


Name:Doran Martell
About:Doran Martell is the Prince of Dorne and the Lord of Sunspear. He is the head of House Martell, the ruling house of Dorne, and the older brother of the late Princess Elia (Martell) Targaryen, who was murdered by Ser Gregor Clegane in the Sack of King's Landing.

He suffers from a severe case of gout, which mostly prevents him from walking and restricts him to a wheelchair. A firm and diplomatic leader, Doran stayed largely neutral in the War of Five Kings.

Death: (Season 6) - Stabbed by Ellaria Sand. She stated it was for the revenge of her lover Oberyn Martell, Oberyn's sister, and for his weakness.
Name:Oberyn Martell
About:Brother of Doran Martell and a prince of Dorne, Oberyn Martell is also a fierce fighter who earned the nickname, the "Red Viper."

Death: (Season 4) - Oberyn was Tyrion's champion against "The Mountain". He wanted to avenge the death of his sister and children. He unfortunately had his cranium crushed to death by "The Mountain".
Name:Ellaria Sand
About:Lover of Prince Oberyn Martell, Ellaria is the mother of four of his eight bastard daughters. Her eldest daughter is Tyene. Ellaria and Oberyn's daughters want the Dornish people to take up arms and avenge their fallen prince. While saying goodbye to the expedition back to King's Landing, Ellaria kisses Myrcella on the lips. As the ship is away in the horizon, Ellaria wipes blood from her nose and takes an antidote for the poison coated on her lips.

In season 7 she is kidnapped by Euron and delivered to Cercei. Cercei has her chained up in the dungeon to watch her daughter die as Myrcella did.
Name:Trystane Martell
About:A prince of Dorne and heir to Doran Martell. He is the youngest son of Prince Doran Martell. Like his father, Trystane lacks (for the most part) the hotheadedness typical of Dornishmen.

Death: (Season 6) - Speared through the back of his head by Obara Sand as part of the Sand's rebellion to avenge Oberyn's death.
Name:Tyene Sand
About:Tyene Sand is the third of the eight bastard daughters of Prince Oberyn Martell, known as the "Sand Snakes". She is also his eldest daughter by his paramour, Ellaria Sand. Tyene fights using a pair of long daggers, though her other signature weapon is her skill with poisons - a tactic she learned from her father. Like her father, she is known to coat her blades with poisons, making a single scratch lethal.

In season 7, she is kidnapped by Euron and delivered to Cercei to be poisoned and suffer the same fate as Myrcella Lannister.
Name:Obara Sand
About:Obara Sand is the eldest of the "Sand Snakes", the eight bastard daughters of Prince Oberyn Martell, and was named in honor of her father. Her mother was a peasant. Even more than her sisters, Obara inherited her father's martial prowess, particularly his skill with a spear. She is a very tough warrior and the most overtly martial of the Sand Snakes.

Death: (Season 7) - Stabbed by Euron Grayjoy's army.
Name:Nymeria Sand
About:Nymeria Sand is the second of the eight bastard daughters of Prince Oberyn Martell, known as the "Sand Snakes". Nymeria's mother was an Eastern noblewoman, who taught her how to use a whip in combat, but who later died in battle. Nymeria became very skilled with using her 8 foot long bullwhip in combat.

Death: (Season 7) - Stabbed by Euron Grayjoy's army.

Night's Watch

"The Wall"

Name:Alliser Thorne
About:Master-at-arms of Castle Black, it is his job to turn undisciplined recruits into rangers of the Night's Watch.

Death: (Season 6) - Executed by hanging ordered by Jon Snow for treason.
Name:Jeor Mormont
About:The father of the disgraced knight Jorah Mormont and Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, he took Jon Snow under his wing and is training him to lead.

Death: (Season 3) - Karl threatens a girl with a knife, so Mormont draws his sword, which makes Karl drop the girl and begin to face off against Mormont with his dagger. As Mormont threatens to have Karl executed, Rast comes up behind Mormont and stabs the him in the back, killing him. Later, Karl drinks wine from the skull of Jeor Mormont.
Name:Maester Aemon
About:The elderly, blind maester of the Night's Watch who is sympathetic to Jon Snow's plight. Uncle to the "Mad King" Targaryen.

Death: (Season 5) - Died peacefully in his bed from old age.
Name:Samwell Tarly
About:Sam, a meek kind soul, was forced to join the Night's Watch by his father as a means to disinherit him. He is a friend to John Snow.
Name:Eddison Tollett
About:Edd, also called Dolorous Edd, is a member of the Night's Watch. Edd swore his oath when he was fifteen. His nickname is due to his sarcastic and pessimistic sense of humor.
About:Gilly is one of the many daughters of Craster, a wildling who lives beyond the Wall. She lived with him at Craster's Keep. As well as being a daughter of Craster, she is one of his wives, as Craster routinely marries his own daughters. At the time of the War of the Five Kings, Craster has nineteen wives, including Gilly. When the Night's Watch encounters her, Gilly is pregnant with the incestuous child of her own father. She is rescued by Sam Tarly and they leave Craster's Keep.
About:When Olly and his father are on their way home for dinner, their village is attacked by a group of wildlings. His father is killed by Ygritte, his mother is killed by Styr. Olly hides under a cart, but is caught by the a warg. The warg brings him to Styr, who holds a blade to his throat. Styr tells Olly that he is going to eat his dead parents, and orders him to tell the men of the Night's Watch at Castle Black in an attempt to draw them out into the open. He then releases Olly, who reaches Castle Black and informs the men of the approaching wildlings. Olly stays at Castle Black, living amongst the brothers of the Night's Watch.

Death: (Season 6) - Executed by hanging ordered by Jon Snow for treason.

Free Folk


Name:Mance Rayder
About:The King Beyond the Wall. Once a brother of the Night's Watch, Mance abandoned his vows to join the wildlings. He serves as their King Beyond the Wall.

Death: (Season 5) - Mance refused to kneel before Stannis and join his army. Stannis ordered for Mance to be burnt at the stake alive. Jon Snow sent a sympathy arrow through his heart before he could burn to death.
About:A wildling woman that Jon Snow encountered traveling beyond the Wall, Ygritte is fiercely proud of her free status. Her opinions have clouded Jon's stance about the Night's Watch.

Death: (Season 4) - During the Wildling invasion on the Knights Watch, Ygritte was killed by an arrow shot by the youngest member of the Knights Watch, "Olly". She died in her previous lovers arms, Jon Snow.
About:A legendary wildling leader who supports Mance Rayder, Tormund is a fair and formidable warrior.
About:A wildling woman who tried to kidnap Bran, she is now a close friend. She is escorting Rickon Stark to Last Hearth for safekeeping.

Death: (Season 6) - Captured and then stabbed by Ramsay Bolton.

Free Cities (Braavos) / Other

Name:Jaqen H'ghar
About:Jaqen helped Arya escape from Harrenhal and provided her with an iron coin to ensure her safe passage to Braavos.

In reality, "Jaqen H'ghar" is just an assumed identity of one of the Faceless Men of Braavos, a feared order of mysterious assassins with the ability to change their appearance at will.

"Valar Morghulis" (all men must die)
"Valar Dohaeris" (all men must serve)

About:Prior to joining the Faceless Men, the Waif claimed that she was the daughter of a widowed lord who remarried another woman and produced a second daughter. Her jealous stepmother then tried to poison her. The woman who became the Waif discovered this plot and sought the help of the Faceless Men. She subsequently found her way to the House of Black and White in Braavos. Due to the Faceless Men's penchant for telling lies convincingly, it is difficult to ascertain whether she was telling Arya Stark the truth or was merely toying with the initiate.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed in combat by Arya Stark.
Name:Khal Drogo
About:Drogo is a khal or warlord of the Dothraki, the famed nomadic horse-lords of the eastern continent beyond the Narrow Sea. The Dothraki are fierce warriors, skilled in battle, unrelenting in combat and known for savagery towards non-Dothraki. Amongst their own people they have a code of honor, albeit still a harsh and unforgiving one.

In season 1 Viserys Targaryen arranges the marriage of his sister Daenerys to Khal Drogo in return for Drogo supplying Dothraki troops to support Viserys's play for the Iron Throne of Westeros.

Death: (Season 1) - After a failed poisoning attempt on a pregnant Daenerys' life, he promises to invade Westeros to reclaim the Seven Kingdoms as a gift to his unborn son, but is wounded by one of his men, Mago, before he could begin the invasion. The wound festers, owing to ‘treatment’ from a resentful witch enlisted as healer by Daenerys, and Drogo becomes so sick that he is unable to ride his horse, a sign of weakness to the Dothraki. Most of his khalasar abandons him, but Daenerys unknowingly sacrifices their unborn child for a spell to revive him. The spell works, but leaves him in a catatonic state. Daenerys smothers him out of pity, and the flames of his funeral pyre ultimately hatch her dragon eggs.
Name:The Three-eyed Raven
About:An "Old God of the Forest"

After his fall from the tower, the raven appears to Bran Stark multiple times in his dreams. His brother, Rickon admits to having had the same dreams.

After traveling a long and rough trip, they finally make it to see "The Three Eyed Raven" Meera tells the Raven that Jojen has died. Raven says that Jojen knew what would happen the moment he left, but went anyway. When Meera asks how he knows that, the raven says that he has been watching them for all of their lives with a thousand eyes and one. The raven tells Bran that the hour is late, and Bran replies that he did not want anyone to die for him. The raven states that Jojen died so that Bran could find what he lost. Bran asks if the raven will help him walk again. The raven answers that Bran will never walk again, but he will fly.

Death: (Season 6) - Killed by the White Walkers after Bran had a dream and let them into the sanctuary.
Name:Meera Reed
About:The eldest child and only daughter of Lord Howland Reed of Greywater Watch. Her sole sibling is her younger brother Jojen Reed.
Name:Jojen Reed
About:Jojen is the younger brother of Meera Reed and is the eldest son and heir of Lord Howland Reed of Greywater Watch.

Death: (Season 4) - Jojen is grabbed by one of the Wights emerging from the ground. Meera comes to his aid before he is dragged beneath the snow. Meera mercifully pulls a knife out and repeatedly stabs him. Jojen lives long enough to see a child of the forest, and tells his sister to go with Bran and the others.

Maps / Other

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GOT Tree