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Fantasora is a game that combines aspects of bingo, drinking games, prop bets, and fantasy leagues with the show Game of Thrones. Players assemble a roster of characters on the show (through a draft process), and over the course of the season, will gain points for doing Game of Thronesey things like killing people, drinking wine, or saying 'Hodor'.

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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, with partial credit for injuries. Kills of Named Characters are worth more than unnamed unnamed characters. Kills must be made directly by the character ("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. Overall rated by scorekeeper council and community consensus.
  • 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

More wine. Sips are rounded up to 1 glass, with refills counting as a new glass.
  • 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 scoring abilities (e.g. each instance of Hodor saying "hodor").
  • 3 points for each occurrence
  • Special abilities may be added or modified as the season progresses, particularly for newly-introduced characters

Warm Fuzzy Moments

The heartwarming moments that are so few and far between on the show.
charId Character Special
4 +1 point when giving motherly advice that is ignored
A member of a band of outlaws.
Maester serving House Bolton.
A member of Varys' old spy network in King's Landing, now working for Qyburn.
A prostitute working in Littlefinger's brothel.
The head of House Mormont
+1 whenever she puts an adult in their place
The third, stunted dwarf of the Lannister children - a fugitive from Westeros after losing his trial for the murder of King Joffrey, he has escaped and found service as an advisor to Daenerys Targaryen.
* +1 point each time he is denied a drink
* +1 point whenever he physically gives someone a coin (or other legal tender)
The last royal member of the Targaryen dynasty, Daenerys and her three dragons have carved out a revolutionary empire in the east, liberating several slave cities and acquiring an army of Unsullied warriors. Her recent rule over the slave city of Meereen has been met with strife, however, and she currently finds herself lost with her largest dragon, Drogon, in Dothraki territory.
* Announcing her 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
Queen Regent of the Seven Kingdoms and mother to King Tommen. Afflicted by a rare water allergy.
* +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 bastard children, the supposed sons and daughters of the late King Robert Baratheon. He also serves as Lord Commander of the Kingsguard, and recently returns from a mission to Dorne to rescue his daughter/niece, Myrcella Baratheon.
* +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 youngest of the Stark girls. Free-spirited and rebellious, Arya escaped the war-ravaged Westeros and currently resides in Braavos, where she trains under the face-changing assassin Jaqen H'ghar in the House of Black and White.
* Nymeria's actions contribute to her points.
* +1 point for reciting her hitlist
The legitimized bastard son of Roose Bolton, now Warden of the North. He is fond of the Bolton tradition of flaying their enemies.
+1 for each food item he punctures or slices
+1 point for every scene featuring an act of torture.
The second eldest of the Stark children. Sansa has spent many of her past years as prisoner to the Lannisters and more recently, House Bolton, the new Warden of the North. Currently she is married to Ramsay, the heir of House Bolton, who keeps her imprisoned in Winterfell and tortures her sadistically. During the Bolton battle against Stannis Baratheon's forces, Sansa escapes over the Winterfell walls with the help of Theon Greyjoy, and the two make their way as far from the Boltons as possible. She is a huge fan of lemon cakes.
* Lady's actions contribute to her points.
* +1 point in every scene she cries
Formerly the Master of Coin, Littlefinger is a conniving political mastermind and serves as Warden of the East after his behind-the-scenes assassination of Lisa Tully.
+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
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 legitimized bastard son.
+1 politics point for lectures given to his son Ramsay
The fourth of the Stark children. A greenseer and a warg, Bran has mystical visions of the future and the ability to leap into the minds of others to control them - power he is only beginning to tap into. His journeys north of the Wall have recently led him to the cave of the Three-eyed Raven and the Children of the Forest.
* Summer's actions contribute to his points * Scores points for each scene where 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) * Scores points for each instance he uses his Warg ability
A skilled fighter and heir to House Tarth. A sworn sword to the late Catelyn Stark, she continues her mission to ensure the safety of the Stark girls.
* Scores every time she mentions the "oath" or "vow" she swore to serve the Starks. * Scores every time someone references her size/masculinity/attractiveness.
A Red Priestess from Asshai, Melisandre served as a close advisor to Stannis Baratheon until she abandoned his cause at the Battle of Winterfell against the Boltons.
* +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
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. He journeys south to begin his training as a Maester to replace the aging Maester Aemon.
+1 point for reading books, mentioning he "read that in a book", or writing raven letters.
Heir to the Iron Islands, and formerly a ward of House Stark. Theon has been broken through torture by the hands of Ramsay Bolton, but has escaped Winterfell along with Sansa Stark during the chaos of the Battle of Winterfell.
+1 point for scenes where Theon refers to himself as "Reek"
+1 point when his missing manhood is referenced
The bastard son of Ned Stark, and the current Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. After guiding the Wildlings to safety in the aftermath of the Battle of Castle Black and the attack on Hardhome, he was betrayed by a mutiny of the Night's Watch, and left for dead in the snow.
* +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.
The exiled head of House Mormont. Jorah was previously one of Daenerys Targaryen's most trusted advisors before his banishment. He returned to her service during a revolt in the fighting pits of Meereen, and now travels with Daario Naharis to rescue Daenerys, who has disappeared along with one of her dragons, Drogon.
* +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 Daenerys convinces him to go on a mission / do something that doesn't involve being anywhere around her (friendzone)
The wife of King Tommen Baratheon and Queen of the Seven Kingdoms. Her increasing influence over the young king have put at her odds against his mother, Cersei Lannister.
+1 point every time she interlocks arms with someone while walking.
A former sellsword, who has risen through the ranks of nobility thanks to his fighting skills and work for the Lannisters. He recently accompanied Jaime Lannister on a sensitive diplomatic mission to Dorne to rescue the Princeess Myrcella Baratheon.
+1 point when he gives expert critique/advice on fighting strategy
Formerly the Master of Whisperers in King's Landing, Varys controls a vast network of spies. After smuggling Tyrion Lannister to Essos, he reveals himself as a supporter of Daenerys Targaryen's claim to the Iron Throne. In Daenerys' absence, he serves with Tyrion Lannister and presides over the rule of Meereen.
* +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 leader of the Sparrows, a religious movement within the Faith of the Seven. After being appointed as High Septon by Cersei Lannister, he has lead a sweeping inquiry to root out moral corruption in King's Landing, imprisoning Loras Tyrell, Margaery Tyrell, and Cersei Lannister.
1 politics point every time he (or Sparrows under his order) publicly out a named character for their sins
The King of the Seven Kingdoms after the assassination of his brother, Joffrey Baratheon. He is young and highly impressionable to the various influences in King's Landing that seek to control him.
Actions by Ser Pounce contribute to his points.
Leader of the Second Sons, a sellsword company who now serves Daenerys Targaryen. He is also one of Daneerys' trusted advisors and her lover.
+1 point each time he flirts with Daenerys.
Ser Davos is a knight serving Stannis Baratheon, and one of his most trusted advisors. He is often at odds with the Red Priestess Melisandre.
* +1 point every time his fingers or onions are referenced
* +1 point when invoking Shireen's name
A leader of the Wildlings, and formerly a trusted lieutenant and second-in-command to Mance Rayder, the King Beyond the Wall. Although they have met in battle more than once, he bears a grudging respect for Jon Snow.
* every mention of "killing Crows"
* every on-screen second he stares into Brienne's soul (rounded up)
The leader of the Faceless Men of Braavos, and a skilled assassin. He trains Arya to become an assassin in the House of Black and White.
+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.
A cousin to the Lannister children. In a past life he was a stuttering servant to King Robert Baratheon and secret consort to his cousin Queen Cersei Lannister. Lancel now serves as a leading member of the Sparrows, a dangerously militant religious group whose power over King's Landing is growing.
+1 politics point when he publicly outs a named character for their sins
A former master-of-arms and acting Commander of the Night's Watch, Thorne narrowly lost the Lord Commander choosing to Jon Snow in S5. He later led a mutiny of disgruntled Night's Watch members against Jon Snow, stabbing and leaving him for dead.
+1 point every time he address Jon Snow as "Lord Snow".
The head of House Martell of Dorne, and elder brother of Prince Oberyn Martell.
+1 point for every on-screen step he takes
Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor. hodor.
+1 point for every utterance of "Hodor"
The leader of the Unsullied - a highly-trained army of freed slaves who serve Daenerys Targaryen.
* +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
A squire in the service of Brienne of Tarth. He previously served as Tyrion Lannister's squire.
+1 point for failed attempts at basic tasks.
The elderly Lord of the Twins and now Lord of Riverrun after his betrayal of Robb Stark and the Northern forces.
Prince Doran Martell's son, and heir to Dorne. He is betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon, and accompanies her back to King's Landing to serve on the Small Council.
A freed slave from Astapor, who serves Daenerys as an advisor and translator.
+1 point for each scene where she speaks Valyrian or translates.
The matriarch of House Tyrell, Olenna is the grandmother of Margaery and Loras. She is known as the "Queen of Thorns" for her sarcasm and wit.
+1 point every time she interlocks arms with someone while walking.
Samwell Tarly's disapproving father. He is the Lord of House Tarly, and was one of the greatest soldiers in Westeros.
The leader of a new Khalasar of Dothraki.
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
An uncle to Theon Greyjoy, Euron is an infamous pirate who has terrorized seas all around the world. He is described as cunning, ruthless, and with a touch of madness.
+1 when he or his Ironborn is referenced as the "greatest" (including self-references)
+1 for crude sexual remarks made about women he is courting
A wildling who lived north of the Wall. After she befriended Samwell Tarly, she escaped with him to Castle Black, and now sails with him to Oldtown as Sam begins his Maester's training.
+1 each time she talks about something new she has learned
The former paramour of Prince Oberyn. She is also the mother of several of his bastard children, known as the Sand Snakes, and plots revenge against the Lannisters for Oberyn's death.
+1 for invoking the name of Oberyn Martell
The youngest of Oberyn Martell's bastard children, known as the Sand Snakes. She uses daggers and poisons as her weapons.
+1 for invoking the name of Oberyn Martell
The eldest of Prince Oberyn Martell's bastard children, known as the Sand Snakes. She wields a spear.
+1 for invoking the name of Oberyn Martell
One of Oberyn Martell's bastards, known as Sand Snakes. She wields a whip.
+1 for invoking the name of Oberyn Martell
The personal bodyguard for Doran Martell.
A knight and the head of House Clegane, bannermen to the Lannisters. He defeated Prince Oberyn Martell in a trial by combat for Tyrion Lannister's role in King Joffrey's death, although he was gravely injured in the fight. He appears to have recovered (in some form) under Grand Maester Qyburn's care, and returns to serve as a member of the Kingsguard.
* Scores for any kills of non-combatants * Scores for each sentence spoken
The heir to Highgarden and regarded as one of the most skilled knights in Westeros. He is the brother of Margaery Tyrell. He is currently imprisoned by the High Sparrow for his alleged homosexual affairs with Olyvar, the brothel owner.
+1 point anytime someone refers to him using sword-based analogies, or any other reference to his sexuality.
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.
+1 when referencing that she is a lesbian, or making a pass at another woman
The young, sickly son of the late Jon Arryn and Lysa Tully. He is Lord of the Vale, although Petyr Baelish serves as Lord Protector until he comes of age.
Gains points in the the Wine category for breastfeeding.
+1 point when he mentions making something "fly".
The youngest of the Stark children. He splits off from Bran and travels with Osha to the Last Hearth, seat of House Umber.
+1 point for every scene where he has a speaking line
Shaggydog's actions contribute to his points.
The leader of the White Walkers.
* Gains points for actions of dragons under his control * Converting people into wights/White Walkers count as New Followers while also contributing points in the Kills category
The head of House Tyrell and Lord of Highgarden. He is the father of Loras and Margaery. While bumbling and appearing incompetent, he heads a powerful House and serves as both Master of Ships and Master of Coin on King Tommen Baratheon's Small Council.
+1 point every time he volunteers for something without being asked
An orphan boy of the Night's Watch, and a squire for Lord Commander Jon Snow. He is part of the mutiny that betrays Jon and leaves him for dead.
A former prostitute, Olyvar now manages Littlefinger's brothels while he is away in the Eyrie. He plays a key role in the Sparrows' indictment and imprisonment of Loras Tyrell.
+1 point whenever he name-drops that the brothel "is Lord Petyr Baelish's establishment"
A wildling woman who serves the Starks. She splits off from Bran's group and travels with Rickon.
A representative of the Iron Bank of Braavos, a powerful bank who holds a large sum of debt from the Iron Throne.
A mysterious man who lives far north of the Wall with the Children of the Forest. He has been guiding Bran's dreams through the form of a three-eyed raven.
+1 for forcibly pulling someone in or out of a vision [Ruleset 4.0+]
The High Septon is formerly the leader of the Faith of the Seven. He was disgraced after the arrival of the Sparrows, and his position was stripped by Cersei and given to the High Sparrow.
+1 for officiating a religious ceremony
A member of the Children of the Forest. She leads Bran and his companions to cave of the Three-eyed Raven.
The eldest child of Howland Reed, bannerman to the Starks. She and Bran have arrived at the cave of the Three-eyed Raven.
+1 every time she transports Bran
The Grand Maester of the Seven Kingdoms. Pycelle is highly educated and serves as an advisor to the King.
+1 point when he walks 5 or more steps in a row without stopping
A disgraced former Maester, who was banished from the order for engaging in forbidden experiments. He is recruited by Cersei to assist in various medical facilities, and now serves as Master of Whispers in King's Landing.
* +1 point whenever he receives a new specimen for his experiments
* +1 politics point when reporting information from his "little birds"
The younger brother of the late Tywin Lannister, Lord of Casterly Rock. Often underestimated as his brother's inferior, Kevan is one of the few in King's Landing who is not afraid to stand up against Cersei Lannister's schemes. With Cersei's imprisonment, he has returned to serve as Hand of the King to the young King Tommen Baratheon.
A disciple in the House of Black & White. Her real identity is unknown, as she is one of the many identities used by the Faceless Men in their work.
As a faceless man, gains points for actions carried out by anyone using her face.
An uncle of Theon Greyjoy, who serves as a priest to the Drowned God.
The manager of an acting troupe in Braavos. He plays Robert Baratheon in a play depicting the political events of Westeros.
Gains the special of characters while playing them: +1 point for swearing in public (Robert Baratheon)
A leader of a group of outlaws in the Riverlands.
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
Another Child of the Forest who is encountered far beyond the Wall.
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
Samwell's younger, more physically formidable brother. He is the heir to House Tarly after Samwell was sent by his father to join the Night's Watch.
Samwell's sister.
Samwell's mother.
A priestess who leads the Dosh Khaleen, the widows of slain khals who preside over the holy city of Vaes Dothrak.
The High Priestess of the Red Temple in Volantis.
Eddard Stark's sister. She was kidnapped by Rhaegar Targaryen and subsequently died, which sparked Robert Baratheon and the Starks to rebel against he Targaryens.
The father of Lord Eddard Stark. He was burned alive by the Mad King, Aerys Targaryen, which led to the Stark and Baratheon rebellion that overthrew the Targaryen dynasty.
The long-deceased head of House Stark. There are rumors that he may make a reappearance in flashback form for S6.
2x points for mentions that "Winter is coming"
+1 point each time he brandishes his greatsword, Ice
A member of the Night's Watch, and one of Jon Snow's few friends on the Wall.
An orphan from King's Landing. He works at the Inn at the Crossroads as a baker.
+1 point for every baked good or other food he prepares
One of Walder Frey's daughters - she is married to Roose Bolton.
A Wildling Giant, who fought in the Battle of Hardhome and was one of the few to escape.
+1 each time he is ineffectually attacked (hit and does not exhibit pain) [Ruleset 4.0+]
A member of the Night's Watch and commander of the Shadow Tower, located the west end of the Wall. He was a candidate to be elected for Lord Commander of the Night's Watch.
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.
Head of House Royce, bannermen to House Arryn of the Vale.
Head of House Waynewood, bannermen to House Arryn.
The Knight of the Gate, commander of the soldiers that defend the Bloody Gate that guards entrance into the Vale.
A member of Lysa Arryn's court.
The First Steward of the Night's Watch. He is part of the mutiny that betrays Jon Snow and leaves him for dead.
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.
A Septa and member of the Most Devout, the council that rules the Faith of the Seven. She rings the shame! shame! shame! bell.
+1 point for each bell ringing (S6 onwards)
A Wildling chieftain who was killed in the Battle of Hardhome. She appears to have been re-animated as a wight.
A Dothraki Khal
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
A Dothraki Khal
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
A Dothraki bloodrider
A Dothraki bloodrider
The son of Greatjon Umber, heir to House Umber and bannerman to the Starks.
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
A northern lord. The son of Rickard Karstark, who was beheaded by Robb Stark for treason.
A member of the Kinsguard who served in the time of Aerys II and Rhaegar Targaryen. Known as the "Sword of the Morning", he is renowned as one of the greatest fighters in the history of Westeros.
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
Lord Commander of the Kingsguard during the time of Aerys II and Rhaegar Targaryen
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
A member of a group of outlaws in the Riverlands.
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
An older Northern nobleman.
[Possible special to be determined after character appears]
A young Northern nobleman.
A member of Lem's group of outlaws in the Riverlands.
Howland Reed, head of House Reed and a Stark bannerman in the times of King Aerys II and Rhaegar Targaryen.
A septon in the Riverlands
He portrays Eddard Stark in a Braavosi play depicting the political events of Westeros. (played by Kevin Eldon)
Gains the special of the character they play: 2x points for mentioning that "Winter is coming", +1 point for brandishing Ice (Eddard Stark)
She is the leading actress in a Braavosi play depicting the political events of Westeros, portraying Cersei Lannister. (played by Essie Davis)
Gains the special of the character they play: +1 point for wine pours/requests, +1 incest reference, 2x multiplier for incestuous sex scenes (Cersei Lannister)
A young Braavosi actor. He plays Joffrey Baratheon in a play depicting the political events of Westeros.
Gains the special of characters while playing them: +1 point for each slap received, +1 point for each verbal slap received (Joffrey Baratheon)
An actress who plays Margaery Tyrell in a Braavosi play about the political events of Westeros.
He portrays Tyrion Lannister in a Braavosi play depicting the political events of Westeros.
Gains the special of the character they play: +1 point whenever he physically gives someone a coin (Tyrion Lannister)
A young Braavosi actress who portrays Sansa Stark in a Braavosi play depicting the political events of Westeros. (played by Eline Powell)
Gains the special of the character they play: Lady's actions contribute to her points, +1 point in every scene she cries (Sansa Stark)
The incestuous son of Gilly and her father Craster. He travels with Gilly as she accompanies Samwell Tarly to Oldtown.
A fearsome warrior known as the Hound. Sandor formerly served in the Kingsguard of Joffrey Baratheon and accompanied Arya Stark on her travels. He was left for dead after a fight with Brienne of Tarth.
* +1 point for scenes where he eats
* 2x multiplier for actions performed while confronted by fire
A prostitute from Meereen. She helped the Sons of Harpy kill Unsullied and other soldiers who visited her brothel.
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. His whereabouts are currently unknown.
+1 point for each act of blacksmithing.
A member of the Kingsguard.
Lord of Blackhaven, bannermen to House Baratheon. He now leads the Brotherhood Without Banners, an outlaw fighting group in the Riverlands.
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.
+1 point every time he revives someone.
+1 when shown igniting his flaming sword
A young Dothraki widow who lives in Dosh Khaleen.
Head of House Glover
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.
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.
Magister of Pentos, one of the free cities of Essos. He hosted the exiled Viserys and Daenerys Targaryen.
First Builder of the Night's Watch. He participated in the plot to assassinate Jon Snow.
A slave trader from Yunkai. He briefly owns Jorah Mormont, who he brings to the fighting pits of Meereen.
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.
A fortune teller who lives in Lannisport.
A skilled archer from the Stormlands - he is a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners, led by Beric Dondarrion.
A new recruit of the Night's Watch. He and Derek attempted to rape Gilly in S5, but were fended off by Samwell Tarly and Ghost.
A new recruit of the Night's Watch. He and Brant attempted to rape Gilly in S5, but were fended off by Samwell Tarly and Ghost.
The second daughter of House Stokeworth. She was betrothed to Bronn, although the arrangement was broken off after Jaime recruited Bronn on a mission to Dorne.
A Slave Master of Yunkai
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 Storm Crows, one of the hill tribes living in the west of the Vale.
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.
The head of the Alchemists' Guild, Hallyne is a skilled pyromancer and is able to produce wildfire, an explosive and volatile substance.
The jailkeeper of the sky cells in the Eyrie.
A new prostitute employed in the brothels of Littlefinger.
A slave-auctioneer in the city of Meereen.
A childhood friend of Cersei Lannister, who accompanies a young Cersei to visit a fortune teller in the woods.
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.
Volantene courtesan who meets Tyrion Lannister.
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.
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.
+1 point every time he references the "God of Death".
First Ranger of the Night's Watch - in S1 he disappeared on a ranging north of the Wall and his whereabouts since then are unknown.
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, but died en route back to King's Landing after being poisoned by Ellaria Sand.
The daughter of the Boltons' kennelmaster, and Ramsay's mistress. She died after being shoved off the walls of Winterfell by Theon Greyjoy.

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