Fantasora Leagues (GoT: Season 4)

The original Fantasora Leagues for Season 4 ran starting with the premiere on 2014 April 6, through the season finale on June 15. The scoring system and league styles have changed significantly since then, so we'll be running a rewatch of S4 after S5 is concluded. Follow the FB page for more news! Read more about the Fantasy Game

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  • Points are tracked for characters in the following categories. For a more detailed specification on how events are recorded, check out the exhaustive rulebook spec.


    Corpses produced. Must be done directly by the character, not just by the character's orders ("he who passes the sentence shall swing the sword")
    • Kills of named characters count for 10 points
    • Kills of unnamed characters count for 2 points
    • Inflicting severe injuries count for half a kill (i.e. 5 points for named chars, 1 for unnamed)
    • Inflicting minor injuries (non-permanent) count for 1 point

    Insults Delivered / Funny Lines

    Witty insults, intimidating threats, serious burns, or just funny comments delivered by the character.
    • 3 points per line

    Acts of Intercourse

    Sex or implied sex. Nudity contributes additional points.
    • 5 points for sex acts
    • 5 points each for additional nudity (see scoring rulebook)

    Glasses of Wine Consumed

    • 5 points per glass (sips rounded up)

    Political Wins

    Acts that bolster a character's (or their House's) political strength.
    • 3 points for overruling others with an executive decision on a major issue
    • 3 points for changing a character's mind on a major issue
    • 3 points for discovery of a major secret
    • 3 points for mentions of a character's house words
    • 3 points when characters gain a new title, weapon, or castle/city
    • 3 points when a commander wins a battle
    • 3 points for gaining another named character as a follower or prisoner. Marriages and new babies also counted.
    • 3 points for acts of betrayal
    • 3 points for marriages
    • 3 points for deals brokered


    Consolation category for when your characters die. =[
    • 5 points are granted for death
    • 2 points granted for each reappearance of a character's remains, excluding the death scene


    Points contributed by characters' special abilities.
    • 3 points for each occurrence
    • Special abilities may be added or modified as the season progresses, particularly for newly-introduced characters

    There are three scoring formats:

    • Direct Points: Each character's event carries a point value, and a team's score is the sum of points for all events by characters on that team. Certain Event Types carry point multipliers in this type to balance out the categories (e.g. wine drinking counts for 3x as much as kills since they occur less often).
    • Direct Points Head-to-Head: Same as Direct Points, but instead of accumulating points throughout the season, each week will pit players against each other head-to-head - the team that scores the most points for the week gets the Win.
    • Rotisserie: A more balanced scoring format - character events for a team are summed in each scoring category, and players receive points for where their category score ranks - in an 8-team league, the team in 1st-place of a category receives 8 points, the 2nd-place team receives 7 points, and so on. These category ranking points are then summed up for the team's score.
    charId Character Rank Special
    Uhhh he died but because of S6 flashbacks and the data rules he shows up in the S4 draft lists. Don't draft him.
    0 2x points for mentions that "Winter is coming"
    +1 point each time he brandishes his greatsword, Ice
    First Ranger of the Night's Watch - he disappeared on a ranging north of the Wall and his whereabouts are unknown.
    4 +1 point when giving motherly advice that is ignored
    The second eldest Stark child. She is married to Tyrion Lannister to secure the Lannisters' claim to the North, though their marriage remains unconsumated.
    20 Lady's actions contribute to her points.
    +1 point in every scene she cries
    The youngest of the Stark girls. She travels in the Riverlands with with Sandor Clegane.
    10 Nymeria's actions contribute to her points.
    +1 point for reciting her hitlist
    The fourth of the Stark children. He travels north of the Wall in search of the Three-eyed Raven who haunts his dreams.
    14 +1 point for scenes when he breaks out of his tree-trance and shows any of the following emotions: sadness (visible tears), happiness (audible laughter or smiles with teeth), fear (audible screams) [S7 onwards]
    +1 point each instance he uses his Warg ability
    Summer's actions contribute to his points.
    The youngest of the Stark children. He splits off from Bran and travels with Osha to the Last Hearth, seat of House Umber.
    25 +1 point for every scene where he has a speaking line
    Shaggydog's actions contribute to his points.
    A skilled fighter and heir to House Tarth. As sworn sword to the late Catelyn Stark, she continues her mission to rescue the Stark girls.
    16 +1 point every time someone references her size/masculinity/attractiveness.
    Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor. hodor.
    30 +1 point for every utterance of "Hodor"
    A wildling woman who serves the Starks. She splits off from Bran's group and travels with Rickon.
    A member of House Reed, bannermen to the Starks, Jojen accompanies Bran on his journeys. He shares the power of Greensight with Bran.
    31 +1 point each time he activates his greenseeing ability
    The eldest child of Howland Reed, bannerman to the Starks. She and her brother Jojen travel north with Bran.
    32 +1 every time she transports Bran
    The third of the Lannister children, and Master of Coin. He is also husband to Sansa Stark through an arranged marriage.
    2 +1 point each time he is denied a drink
    +1 point whenever he physically gives someone a coin (or other legal tender)
    Queen Regent of the Seven Kingdoms and mother to King Joffrey.
    3 +1 special point every time she pours wine or requests a glass be poured
    +1 point when someone (excl. Jaime) references incest with Jaime or her childrens' bastardy directly to her
    2x multiplier for sex acts involving incest (first cousin or closer)
    The second of the Lannister children, he is Cersei's lover and twin brother, and also the father of her three children. He also serves as Lord Commander of the Kingsguard.
    7 +1 point for awkward waves with his metal hand
    +1 point when he uses his metal hand in a combat situation
    +1 point when someone (excl. Cersei) references incest with Cersei or her childrens' bastardy directly to him
    2x multiplier for sex acts involving incest (first cousin or closer)
    The head of House Lannister and the Hand of the King to Joffrey Baratheon. He is the father of Cersei, Jaime, and Tyrion Lannister.
    4 +1 politics point for each lecture he gives to a member of his family.
    2x multiplier for insults delivered to his children.
    Joffrey Baratheon is King of the Seven Kingdoms. He's kind of a dick.
    6 +1 point for each slap received.
    +1 point for each verbal slap received.
    A former whore with the Lannister army, Shae now works in King's Landing as Sansa Stark's handmaiden, and is secretly Tyrion's lover.
    34 +1 point whenever she fails to see the "big picture".
    A sellsword enlisted by Tyrion as his personal bodyguard. He served as Commander of the City Watch while Tyrion was Hand of the King, and was knighted after the Battle of the Blackwater.
    28 +1 point when he gives expert critique/advice on fighting strategy
    The younger brother of Tywin Lannister, Lord of Casterly Rock. He serves as a loyal advisor.
    A cousin of the Lannister children.
    0 +1 politics point when he publicly outs a named character for their sins
    A squire who serves Tyrion Lannister.
    35 +1 point for failed attempts at basic tasks.
    A knight and the Head of House Clegane, bannermen to the Lannisters. He is a humongous and terrifying warrior, and commands a contingent of Lannister forces that pillages the Riverlands.
    29 +1 for killing non-combatants
    A Lannister soldier serving under Ser Armoy Lorch. He is a skilled torturer.
    The last royal member of the Targaryen dynasty, Daenerys seeks to return home and reclaim the Iron Throne. She is aided by her three Dragons and an army of Unsullied.
    1 +1 when she lists off her various titles (min. of 2 titles)
    Her dragons' actions contribute to her points, unless ridden/controlled by another character - in that event they go towards the character controlling them
    The exiled head of House Mormont. Jorah has served for many years in Essos as a sellsword, and is one of Daenerys' most trusted advisors.
    23 +1 point when he explains to someone he has Greyscale
    +1 point in each scene that Jorah serves as an encyclopedia for Essos culture.
    +1 point each time he gets friendzoned
    The former Lord Commander of the Kingsguard of Robert and Joffrey Baratheon. After being dismissed by King Joffrey, he joins Daenerys to serve as her advisor and Queensguard.
    25 +1 point when he makes a suggestion to Daenerys and she ignores it.
    Leader of the Second Sons, a sellsword company who broke their contract and now sides with Daenerys.
    26 +1 point each time he flirts with Daenerys.
    A freed slave from Astapor. She works for Daenerys as an advisor. She is fluent in many languages and often serves as a translator.
    36 +1 point for each scene where she speaks Valyrian or translates.
    The leader of the Unsullied - a highly-trained army of slaves freed by Daenerys.
    37 +1 for every 3-syllable word uttered in the Common Tongue (Westerosi English), not counting proper nouns (Daenerys, Unsullied, etc.)
    Receives standard sex points for making it to first base
    The bastard son of Ned Stark, and a member of the Night's Watch. He has recently returned to Castle Black after going undercover with the Wildlings.
    5 +1 each time he unintentionally drops Longclaw
    +1 point each time he is called a bastard in his presence
    Ghost's actions contribute to his points.
    A steward of the Night's Watch. He is a close friend to Jon Snow, and one of the few people known to have killed a White Walker.
    38 +1 point for reading books, mentioning he "read that in a book", or writing raven letters.
    The Maester of the Night's Watch. In a previous life he was born Aemon Targaryen, a great-uncle of Daenerys.
    0 +1 point when he tells a story from his past
    +1 politics point when he overrules decisions by other members of the Night's Watch.
    Formerly the master-of-arms at Castle Black, Thorne now serves as acting Lord Commander of the Night's Watch in the absence of Lord Commander Mormont.
    0 +1 point every time he address Jon Snow as "Lord Snow".
    A ranger of the Night's Watch. He is a part of Jon Snow's close circle of friends, and joins the Great Ranging north of the Wall.
    A member of the Night's Watch.
    A ranger in the Night's Watch. He is a part of a group that mutinies against Lord Commander Mormont.
    Leader of a group of Night's Watch who mutiny against Lord Commander Mormont at Craster's Keep.
    A former smuggler, Ser Davos is now a knight serving Stannis Baratheon, and one of his most trusted advisors, though he is often at odds with the Red Priestess Melisandre.
    22 +1 point every time his fingers or onions are referenced
    +1 point when invoking Shireen's name
    The eldest brother of King Robert, he is the rightful heir to the Irone Throne and seeks to oust Joffrey.
    8 +1 point each time he makes a Stannis-style pedantic correction.
    +1 point when he mentions that someone will/should "bend the knee" [new]
    A Red Priestess from Asshai, she is a close advisor to Stannis.
    15 +1 point for mentioning that "the night is dark and full of terrors"
    +1 each time she mentions a vision she sees in the flames
    Stannis Baratheon's daughter and only child. She is afflicted with greyscale, a disease which has left her face scarred and cracked. She is close friends with Ser Davos Seaworth.
    +1 point when she tutors someone on their reading/writing [new]
    +1 point for making Stannis-style pendantic corrections like her dad [new]
    +1 point every time she corrects Davos' spelling or grammar [removed under new scoring]
    A Pirate Lord from the Lys, a free city of Essos. He is an old friend of Ser Davos Seaworth and fought for Stannis in the Battle of the Blackwater.
    The daughter of Mace Tyrell, head of House Tyrell. Betrothed to King Joffrey, she is the queen-to-be and active in the politics of King's Landing.
    19 +1 point every time she interlocks arms with someone while walking.
    The head of House Tyrell and Lord of Highgarden. He is the father of Loras and Margaery.
    0 +1 point every time he volunteers for something without being asked
    The matriarch of House Tyrell, Olenna is the grandmother of Margaery and Loras. Known as the "Queen of Thorns" for her sarcasm and wit.
    0 +1 point every time she interlocks arms with someone while walking.
    The heir to Highgarden and regarded as one of the most skilled knights in Westeros. He is the brother of Margaery Tyrell.
    39 +1 point anytime someone refers to him using sword-based analogies, or any other reference to his sexuality.
    Heir to the Iron Islands, and formerly a ward of House Stark. Theon is currently a captive of Ramsay Bolton.
    17 +1 point for scenes where Theon refers to himself as "Reek"
    +1 point when his missing manhood is referenced
    The head of House Greyjoy and Lord of the Iron Islands. He is the father of Theon, who was given up as a ward to the Starks after Balon's failed rebellion against the Iron Throne.
    Theon's older sister, Yara was raised on the Iron Islands as a true Ironborn. She is a fearsome fighter and commands a longship of her own.
    27 +1 when referencing that she is a lesbian, or making a pass at another woman
    A wildling from north of the Wall, extremely skilled with a bow.
    18 +1 point every time she tells Jon Snow that he knows nothing.
    A former member of the Night's Watch, Mance now leads a united Wildling army and styles himself as the King Beyond the Wall.
    A leader of the Wildlings, he is a trusted lieutenant and second-in-command to Mance Rayder, the King Beyond the Wall.
    21 +1 point for every mention of "killing Crows"
    +1 point for stares into Brienne's soul
    A daughter of Craster, a wildling who lived in a fortified compound north of the Wall. After the Night's Watch mutiny at Craster's Keep, she and her baby escape with Samwell Tarly.
    0 +1 each time she talks about something new she has learned
    The leader of the Thenns, a wildling tribe.
    40 +1 point every time he eats (or is implied to eat) human meat.
    A disgraced former Maester, who was banished from the order for engaging in forbidden experiments. He accompanies Jaime and Brienne to King's Landing.
    0 +1 point whenever he receives a new specimen for his experiments
    +1 politics point when reporting information from his "little birds"
    Arya's swordfighting teacher. He is a master swordfighter, and a former First Sword of Braavos. His whereabouts are unknown after he helps Arya escape capture by Lannister soldiers.
    0 +1 point every time he references the "God of Death".
    The Grand Maester of the Seven Kingdoms. Pycelle is highly educated and serves as an advisor to the King.
    0 +1 point when he walks 5 or more steps in a row without stopping
    A member of the Kingsguard, sworn to protect the King. He diligently follows King Joffrey's orders.
    The younger brother of King Joffrey Baratheon, and second in line to the Iron Throne.
    0 Actions by Ser Pounce contribute to his points.
    The only daughter of King Robert Baratheon and Queen Cersei Lannister. She was sent to Dorne to secure an alliance by marriage with House Martell.
    Formerly the Master of Coin, Littlefinger has been sent to the Vale to serve as Warden of the East.
    12 +1 point in the intercourse category for sex events that occur in his brothels
    2x multiplier for betrayal events
    +1 for every kiss he gives to Sansa
    A bastard son of Robert Baratheon, although this fact is not widely known (even to Gendry himself). After being captured by Melisandre, he is freed by Ser Davos and escaped Dragonstone by rowboat.
    41 +1 point for each act of blacksmithing.
    A ferocious warrior known as The Hound, Sandor formerly served in the Kingsguard of Joffrey Baratheon. He accompanies Arya Stark on her travels.
    9 +1 point for scenes where he eats
    2x multiplier for actions performed while confronted by fire
    Serving as Master of Whisperers in King's Landing, Varys controls a vast network of spies.
    13 +1 politics point when he meets another character in secret
    +1 point when someone references his being a eunuch to him
    +1 point when he passes along information from his "little birds"
    The widow of Jon Arryn, Lord of the Vale. She now rules as Lady Regent on behalf of her son, Robin. She is also the sister of Catelyn Stark.
    42 +1 point anytime something is thrown out the Moon Door in her presence.
    The young, sickly son of Jon Arryn and Lysa Tully. He is Lord of the Vale, although his mother rules until he comes of age.
    0 Gains points in the the Wine category for breastfeeding.
    +1 point when he mentions making something "fly".
    Lord of House Bolton, and Warden of the North after his betrayal of Robb Stark at the Red Wedding. He is the father of Ramsay Bolton, who is his bastard son.
    24 +1 politics point for lectures given to his son Ramsay
    The bastard son of Roose Bolton, now Warden of the North. He is fond of the Bolton tradition of flaying their enemies.
    0 +1 for each food item he punctures or slices
    +1 point for every scene featuring an act of torture.
    A man-at-arms who serves Roose Bolton. He is a skilled hunter, re-capturing the previously-escaped Jaime Lannister.
    The younger brother of Doran Martell, the Prince of Dorne. He travels to King's Landing to serve as a representative of Dorne.
    The paramour of Prince Oberyn, she accompanies him to King's Landing.
    0 +1 for invoking the name of Oberyn Martell
    Catelyn Stark's brother, and the heir to House Tully and Riverrun. He is held as a prisoner of Lord Walder Frey after the betrayal at the Red Wedding.
    The elderly Lord of the Twins and now Lord of Riverrun after his betrayal of Robb Stark and the Northern forces.
    Known as the Blackfish, Brynden is the uncle of Catelyn Stark and Edmure Tully. He escaped the events of the Red Wedding, but his whereabouts are unknown.
    A representative of the Iron Bank of Braavos, a powerful bank who holds a large sum of debt from the Iron Throne.
    A son of one of the Meereenese slave masters.
    Lord of Blackhaven, bannermen to House Baratheon. He now leads the Brotherhood Without Banners, an outlaw fighting group in the Riverlands.
    43 Can receive points multiple times in the Death category
    +1 when shown igniting the flaming sword
    A Red Priest from the city of Myr - he is a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners, led by Beric Dondarrion.
    44 +1 point every time he revives someone.
    +1 when shown igniting his flaming sword
    A skilled archer from the Stormlands - he is a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners, led by Beric Dondarrion.
    An orphan from King's Landing. He works at the Inn at the Crossroads as a baker.
    0 +1 point for every baked good or other food he prepares
    A member of the Faceless Men of Braavos, and a skilled assassin. After helping Arya escape from Harrenhal, his whereabouts are unknown.
    0 +1 every time he dons a new disguise
    In the event that a Faceless Man's identity is ambiguous, points are awarded to the character whose face is worn at the time of the scoring event.
    The former Commander of the City Watch, he has been exiled by Tyrion Lannister to join the Night's Watch.
    Head of House Waynewood, bannermen to House Arryn.
    Head of House Royce, bannermen to House Arryn of the Vale.
    The Knight of the Gate, commander of the soldiers that defend the Bloody Gate that guards entrance into the Vale.
    A leader of the giants who fight with Mance Rayder's Free Folk. He is the last of a royal bloodline of giants that stretches back thousands of years.
    A member of Lysa Arryn's court.
    An Ironborn raider who holds the castle of Moat Cailin.
    One of Walder Frey's daughters - she is married off to Roose Bolton.
    A former knight who drunkenly embarrassed himself on King Joffrey's nameday. He now serves as the court fool for Joffrey.
    +1 point in the Wine category if he appears in the scene already intoxicated.
    Lord Stannis Baratheon's wife. She is a strong believer in the new faith of the red priestess Melisandre, who follows the Lord of Light.
    +1 point when she does something crazy or New Age.
    A former prostitute, Olyvar now manages Littlefinger's brothels while he is away in the Eyrie.
    0 +1 point whenever he name-drops that the brothel "is Lord Petyr Baelish's establishment"
    A new recruit to the Night's Watch. He becomes close friends with Jon Snow.
    The White Walker that looks like a hobo.
    The apparent leader of the White Walkers.
    0 gains points for actions of dragons under his control
    +1 point when converting a person (not re-animating a corpse into a wight). Converting people also contribute points in the Kills category.
    A servant of Ramsay Bolton.
    A boy living in a village south of the wall. He is skilled with a bow.
    A member of the Children of the Forest. She lives deep in the North.
    A mysterious three-eyed raven who speaks to Bran in his dreams.
    0 +1 for forcibly pulling someone in or out of a vision [Ruleset 4.0+]
    The jailkeeper of the sky cells in the Eyrie.
    Leader of the Storm Crows, one of the hill tribes living in the west of the Vale.
    Head of House Umber, bannermen to the Starks. He did not attend the Frey wedding at the Twins, and his whereabouts are unknown.
    Leader of the Burned Men, one of the hill tribes living in the west of the Vale.
    Leader of the Black Ears, one of the hill tribes living in the west of the Vale.
    Head of House Mormont, bannermen to the Starks. She is the younger sister of Lord Commander Jeor Mormont of the Night's Watch, and the exiled Ser Jorah Mormont.
    Magister of Pentos, one of the free cities of Essos. He hosted the exiled Viserys and Daenerys Targaryen.
    A prisoner from King's Landing, who was recruited by Yoren to serve on the Wall. After Yoren's party came under attack, he was recruited into the Lannister army.
    A prisoner from King's Landing, who was recruited by Yoren to serve on the Wall. After Yoren's party came under attack, he was recruited into the Lannister army.
    The captain's daughter aboard the merchant ship Myraham, a merchant ship traveling between the Riverlands and the Iron Islands. She had an fling with Theon Greyjoy during his stay aboard the ship, though he did not take her for a wife.
    The head of the Alchemists' Guild, Hallyne is a skilled pyromancer and is able to produce wildfire, an explosive and volatile substance.
    A mysterious woman from the Shadowlands beyond Asshai who resides in Qarth. She seems to have some magical clairvoyance over what happens to Daenerys Targaryen.
    The High Septon is leader of the Faith of the Seven.
    0 +1 for officiating a religious ceremony
    A fearsome Wildling raider, who wears a giant's skull for a helmet and a coat of armor made of bones.
    A member of the Kingsguard.
    A new prostitute employed in the brothels of Littlefinger.
    An Ironborn raider under the command of Ralf Kenning.
    The incestuous son of Gilly and her father Craster. He travels with Gilly as they arrive at Castle Black.
    First Builder of the Night's Watch
    A Slave Master of Yunkai
    A prostitute working in Littlefinger's brothel.