Mentally dating fictional character
As one of the show’s few working-class characters, Ros tells us a lot about how tough it is to navigate the machinations of the high-born with body and soul intact. Catelyn Stark Robb’s mom and majordomo worked tirelessly to protect her family and keep the peace between rival claimants to the Iron Throne. Her husband gets killed, and then her son and daughter-in-law and grandchild-to-be follow suit, leaving her to helplessly and hopelessly slit the throat of Walder Frey’s child bride before she gets killed in turn. But his desire to see everyone get along leads to his undoing, as he cedes far too much authority to the fanatical High Sparrow and ignores the threat posed by his own mother, Cersei.She winds up wiping out all her enemies, Tommen’s wife included, and the kid kills himself for his failures. Shae Tyrion Lannister’s sex-worker significant other is a mysterious figure, not least to him.Certainly less of a choice than Tyrion had when he strangled her to death on his way to kill his father Tywin. Loras Tyrell He’s a formidable warrior and a pretty nice guy, but the Knight of the Flowers has a secret that ultimately gets him killed: He’s gay.
She winds up as brutal a customer as any we’ve come across, though considering her traumatic background, it’s hard to fault her at fault. Barristan Selmy Barristan the Bold is where the rubber meets the road, in terms of Westeros’s ideas of honor and duty.
Now his latent telepathic powers seem to be a key weapon in turning back the apocalypse. Sadly, you can’t make an omelet without breaking some Hodors, but that isn’t really the kid’s fault. He then helped liberate the North from the bloody grasp of House Bolton. Out of the Stark siblings, Sansa is the true steel.
He’s also a generous lover (“You know nothing, Jon Sn — ”), a secret Targaryen prince, and most likely the messiah. She’s shaken off a short lifetime of sexist princess stories, survived the lethal court intrigues of King’s Landing, weathered the untoward attentions of Littlefinger and the Hound, outlived her rapist Ramsay Bolton, and saved her brother Jon’s life.
But in the end, he sacrificed his honor to save his daughters’ lives.
It’s not his fault that Cersei, Joffrey, and Littlefinger repaid his kindness with a knife in the back and a sword through the neck. Jojen and Meera Reed (tie)Hailing from the swampy southern reaches of the North, this sibling duo — the children of Ned’s close companion, Howland Reed — had one job: escort Bran Stark past the Wall to the lair of the Three-Eyed Raven so he could be instructed in the ways of the Westerosi Force.