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6-4, 34.5 roto pts (#2)
Z-Score: 0.405 (percentile: 65.72%)
Weeks at #1: 0
Categories won: Political Wins (84), Insults Delivered / Funny Lines (132), Glasses of Wine Consumed (90)
Best Week: Episode 3: The High Sparrow (+3 roto points)
Team MVP: Tyrion Lannister (picked #2, 121 points, 28.61% of team total)
Longest winstreak: W-2

Roster Stats

Character Drafted Total Kills Politics Insults Wine Sex Thrones Deaths Special Feels
The third of the Lannister children. After losing his trial for the murder of King Joffrey, he has escaped prison and fled King's Landing.
#2 121 3 9 54 55 0 0 0 0 0
The legitimized bastard son of Roose Bolton, now Warden of the North. He is fond of the Bolton tradition of flaying their enemies.
#14 90 22 12 15 25 10 0 0 6 0
The former paramour of Prince Oberyn. She is also the mother of several of his bastard children, known as the Sand Snakes.
#23 50 15 15 15 5 0 0 0 0 0
Leader of the Sparrows, a religious movement within the Faith of the Seven.
#35 33 0 24 9 0 0 0 0 0 0
A member of the Kingsguard, sworn to protect the King.
#71 27 4 0 3 5 5 0 10 0 0
Heir to the Iron Islands, and formerly a ward of House Stark. Theon is currently a captive of Ramsay Bolton.
#11 25 10 6 0 0 0 0 0 9 0
The matriarch of House Tyrell, Olenna is the grandmother of Margaery and Loras. Known as the "Queen of Thorns" for her sarcasm and wit.
#47 24 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 0 0
A member of the Night's Watch. Slynt formerly served as Commander of the City Watch, before he was removed from the post and exiled by Tyrion Lannister.
#59 20 0 0 3 0 0 0 17 0 0
One of Prince Oberyn Martell's bastard children, known as the Sand Snakes.
#26 11 2 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
A slave-auctioneer in the city of Meereen.
#74 11 2 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
The Grand Maester of the Seven Kingdoms. Pycelle is highly educated and serves as an advisor to the King.
#62 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A knight and the Head of House Clegane, bannermen to the Lannisters. He was called back to King's Landing by Cersei to fight as the Crown's champion in Tyrion's trial.
#38 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A Septa and member of the Most Devout, the council that rules the Faith of the Seven.
#83 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
A member of the Night's Watch. Edd commanded some of the forces on the Wall in the Battle at Castle Black.
#50 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Volantene courtesan who meets Tyrion Lannister.
#86 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Head of House Umber, bannermen to the Starks. He did not attend the Frey wedding at the Twins, and his whereabouts are unknown.
#107 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
The jailkeeper of the sky cells in the Eyrie.
#110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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.
#98 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
#95 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 423 60 84 132 90 15 0 27 15 0

Roster

charId Character Special
17
The third of the Lannister children. After losing his trial for the murder of King Joffrey, he has escaped prison and fled King's Landing.
* +1 point each time he is denied a drink
* +1 point whenever he physically gives someone a coin (or other legal tender)
61
Heir to the Iron Islands, and formerly a ward of House Stark. Theon is currently a captive of Ramsay Bolton.
+1 point for scenes where Theon refers to himself as "Reek"
+1 point when his missing manhood is referenced
87
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.
91
The former paramour of Prince Oberyn. She is also the mother of several of his bastard children, known as the Sand Snakes.
+1 for invoking the name of Oberyn Martell
191
One of Prince Oberyn Martell's bastard children, known as the Sand Snakes.
+1 for invoking the name of Oberyn Martell
192
Leader of the Sparrows, a religious movement within the Faith of the Seven.
1 politics point every time he (or Sparrows under his order) publicly out a named character for their sins
28
A knight and the Head of House Clegane, bannermen to the Lannisters. He was called back to King's Landing by Cersei to fight as the Crown's champion in Tyrion's trial.
* Scores for any kills of non-combatants * Scores for each sentence spoken * Interacting with bowls
59
The matriarch of House Tyrell, Olenna is the grandmother of Margaery and Loras. Known as the "Queen of Thorns" for her sarcasm and wit.
+1 point every time she interlocks arms with someone while walking.
45
A member of the Night's Watch. Edd commanded some of the forces on the Wall in the Battle at Castle Black.
107
A member of the Night's Watch. Slynt formerly served as Commander of the City Watch, before he was removed from the post and exiled by Tyrion Lannister.
74
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
75
A member of the Kingsguard, sworn to protect the King.
196
A slave-auctioneer in the city of Meereen.
195
A Septa and member of the Most Devout, the council that rules the Faith of the Seven.
+1 point for each bell ringing (S6 onwards)
199
Volantene courtesan who meets Tyrion Lannister.
110 [Special to be determined after character appears]
134
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+]
155
Head of House Umber, bannermen to the Starks. He did not attend the Frey wedding at the Twins, and his whereabouts are unknown.
149
The jailkeeper of the sky cells in the Eyrie.
Kills
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
Ramsay tells his father about the flaying of Lord Cerwyn. His body, flayed of all skin, is hung from the walls of Moat Cailin.
Ramsay: "Lord Cerwyn refused to pay. He said the Warden of the North will always be a Stark, and he'd be damned if he kissed a traitor's boot."
Roose Bolton: "You left him no choice."
Ramsay: "I flayed him living, along with his wife and brother. I made his son watch ... The new Lord Cerwyn paid his taxes."
(Kill of Named Character)
The wife and brother of Lady Cerwyn were killed by Ramsay Bolton - their flayed bodies were hung on display from the walls of Moat Cailin. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
Obara throws her spear through the head of the merchant who smuggled Jaime and Bronn into Dorne. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
20:51 (+2) Malko:
Malko punches out the tied up Jorah Mormont after capturing him and Tyrion. (Minor Injury of Named Character)
Episode 7: The Gift
Sansa emerges from her bed, showing the bruises that have been inflicted on her by Ramsay. (Minor Injury of Named Character)
Ramsay has the old woman who attempted to help Sansa flayed and killed. "Tough old bird. Everyone talks when I start peeling them. But this one, her heart gave out before I even got to her face." (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Tyrion beats a slave trader with the chain from his collar, to prove his worth to the slave trader Yezzan zo Qaggaz. (Major Injury of Unnamed Character)
Episode 8: Hardhome
Edd cuts down a wight as he, Tormund, and Jon Snow make a run for the dock. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Tyrion picks a dagger up from the ground and slits the throat of a Son of the Harpy who attempts to attack Missandei. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
Meryn whips the third girl (later found to be Arya Stark) in the Braavosi brothel, striking her so hard that he breaks his stick. "I can see I have my work cut out for me." (Minor Injury of Named Character)
Ramsay stabs through the remaining Baratheon soldier as he mops up the wounded soldiers on the battlefield near Winterfell. "Looks like we're done here." (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Ramsay stabs the back of a crawling Baratheon soldier as he mops up the battlefield outside Winterfell.
Baratheon soldier: "I surrender! I surrender!"
Ramsay: "And I accept your surrender."
(Kill of Unnamed Character)
Theon breaks and throws Myranda from the top of the Winterfell walls onto the ground below, saving Sansa Stark. (Kill of Named Character)
Meryn Trant whips two young girls in the brothel of Braavos with a stick. (Major Injury of Unnamed Character)
Ellaria mortally poisons herself with a substance on her lips, which she uses to assassinate Myrcella Baratheon. (Major Injury of Named Character)
submitted by nyan (approved!)
Ellaria assassinates Myrcella Baratheon with a kiss from her lips coated with poison. After Myrcella's boat leaves, she takes an antidote from Tyene to cure herself. (Kill of Named Character)
Political Wins
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
The Sparrows have the High Septon paraded naked through the streets of King's Landing after they catch him with two prostitutes in Littlefinger's brothel. "Hypocrisy is a boil... lancing a boil is never pleasant, although they could have been more careful with the blade." (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
Cersei meets with the High Sparrow, naming him as the new High Septon and granting him an army - the Faith Militant.
Cersei: "...an army in service to the Gods themselves. And to you, of course, as the chosen representative of the Seven."
High Sparrow: "An honor I've never expected. Or indeed, ever wished for."
Cersei: "Which is why you were chosen."
(Politics - uncategorized)
The Faith Militant captures Loras as a prisoner.
Lancel Lannister: "Ser Loras, of House Tyrell. You have broken the laws of Gods and Men."
Loras Tyrell: "Who do you think you are?"
Lancel Lannister: "Justice."
(Politics - uncategorized)
The Sparrows have Ser Loras seized after receiving a tip from Cersei about his homosexuality: "Ser Loras of House Tyrell, you have broken the laws of Gods and Men." (Politics - uncategorized)
Nymeria whips off a barrel concealing the captain that smuggled Jaime and Bronn into Dorne. He was captured after attempting to sell this information to Obara Sand. (Politics - uncategorized)
Obara discovers that Jaime has arrived in Dorne after interrogating the ship captain who smuggled him in. "A ship's captain who found me in Planky Town, claiming he had information to sell. He told me he smuggled Jaime Lannister into Dorne." (Politics - uncategorized)
The Sand Snakes - Obara, Nymeria, and Tyene - agree to follow Ellaria on her mission to capture and kill Myrcella. "You must choose... Doran's way, and peace... or my way, and war." (Politics - uncategorized)
submitted by senduran.i (approved!)
Tyrion figures out that his captor is Jorah Mormont, and deduces the backstory behind their falling out. "A highborn knight from the North of Westeros, down on his luck in Essos. Dragon epaulets, bear sigil breastplate. You're Jorah Mormont." (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
20:52 (+6) Malko:
Malko takes Jorah Mormont and Tyrion Lannister captive after his group of slave traders encounters them on the way to Meereen. (Politics - uncategorized)
Tyrion convinces the slave trader Malko to spare his life for the time being, instead of slitting his throat and chopping off his cock. "You can't just hand a dried cock to a merchant and expect him to pay for it! He has to know it came from a dwarf. And how could he know unless he sees the dwarf?" (Politics - uncategorized)
"Unbowed. Unbent. Unbroken. For Oberyn." (Politics - uncategorized)
The High Sparrow has Queen Margaery arrested for perjuring herself during Loras' inquest. "The Faith is satisfied there is enough evidence to bring a formal trial... for Ser Loras... and Queen Margaery." (Politics - uncategorized)
The High Sparrow names Margaery Tyrell a sinner for perjuring herself during Loras' inquest. "Bearing false witness before the Gods is a great a sin as any, My Lady. Take her." (Politics - uncategorized)
Ramsay Bolton and Sansa Stark are wed.
Theon: "Sansa, of the House Stark comes here to be wed. A woman grown, trueborn and noble. She comes to beg the blessings of the Gods. Who comes to claim her?
Ramsay: "Ramsay, of House Bolton."
(Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 7: The Gift
After promising to help Sansa Stark light a signal candle at the top of the broken tower, Reek instead goes directly to Ramsay Bolton to inform him of Sansa's plot. (Politics - uncategorized)
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Ramsay discovers Sansa's attempt to call for help after he encounters Reek at the top of the broken tower, prepared to light a signal candle. (Politics - uncategorized)
The High Sparrow imprisons Cersei based on Lancel Lannister's confessions of her sins. "A young man (Lancel) came to us not long ago. Broken in body and spirit. He had so much to strip away. So much weighing him down. But piece by piece, he unburdened himself. Let go of vanity, pride, sin. Now his soul is so light, he will float through the Seven Heavens like a bird. Hmm. And he has much to say about you." (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 8: Hardhome
Tyrion convinces Daenerys to spare Jorah Mormont, and banish him from the city of Meereeen instead. "A ruler who kills those devoted to her is not a ruler who inspires devotion. And you're going to need to inspire devotion, a lot of it, if you're ever going to rule across the Narrow Sea. But you cannot have him by your side when you do." (Politics - uncategorized)
In Cersei Lannister's absence, Pycelle takes control of the Small Council to appoint Kevan Lannister  as Hand of the King. (Politics - uncategorized)
submitted by moonbaseu92 (approved!)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Ramsay and his band of "twenty men" sneak into Stannis Baratheon's camp in the middle of the night and set fire to the Baratheon food and war supplies.
Ser Davos: "They were in and out before anyone spotted them. Burnt our food stores to the ground, all our siege weapons destroyed."
(Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
Ramsay Bolton handily defeats the broken and dispirited forces of Stannis Baratheon in the battle outside Winterfell. "Looks like we're done here." (Politics - uncategorized)
Theon finally breaks and betrays the Boltons, saving Sansa Stark from one of Myranda's arrows before throwing Myranda off the walls of Winterfell. (Politics - uncategorized)
Ellaria betrays the trust of Doran Martell by assassinating Myrcella Baratheon after swearing not to harm th girl. (Politics - uncategorized)
The High Sparrow publicly announces the sins of Cersei Lannister to the people of King's Landing. "She has committed the acts of falsehood and fornication. She has confessed her sins and begged for forgiveness... She comes before you with a solemn heart, shorn of secrets, naked before the eyes of gods and men, to make her walk of atonement." (Politics - uncategorized)
The Mountain, rehabilitated by Qyburn, is made a member of the Kingsguard. (Politics - uncategorized)
Insults Delivered / Funny Lines
Episode 1: The Wars to Come
"Are you a lord if you kill your father? I don't imagine they revoke your nobility for killing a whore, it must happen all the time." (Funny Line)
Varys: "There are faster ways to kill yourself."
Tyrion: "Not for a coward."
(Funny Line)
Varys: "You have a choice, my friend. You can stay here at Illyrio's palace and drink yourself to death or you can ride with me to Meereen, meet Daenerys Targaryen and decide if the world is worth fighting for."
Tyrion: "Can I drink myself to death on the road to Meereen?"
(Funny Line)
Episode 2: The House of Black and White
to Areo Hotah: "Remove yourself from my path or I'll take that long axe and I'll shove it up your..." (Threat)
Doran: "...but we do not mutilate little girls for vengeance. Not here. Not while I rule."
Ellaria: "And how long will that be?"
(Threat)
Varys: "Cersei has offered a lordship to the man who brings her your head."
Tyrion: "She ought to offer her cunt. Best part of her for the best part of me."
(Witty Insult)
Varys: "Are we really going to spend the entire road to Volantis talking about the futility of everything?"
Tyrion: "You're right, no point."
(Funny Line)
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
after Jon orders him to rebuild the ruined tower of Greyguard: "I was charged with the defense of King's Landing when you were soiling your swaddling clothes. Keep your ruin." (Witty Insult)
Brothel bouncer: "It's good luck to rub a dwarf's head."
Tyrion: "It's even better luck to suck a dwarf's cock."
*flustered Varys*
(Funny Line)
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to Varys: "I need to talk to someone with hair." (Witty Insult)
Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
"MRPPHM MRPPPHM MPRMPRPHM MPRPHPM MPRPRHPHMMM MMHRRM MPHRRM... thank you." (Funny Line)
Episode 5: Kill the Boy
Myranda: "I saw you staring at her (Sansa)."
Ramsay: "I'm going to marry her. That will involve looking at her from time to time."
(Funny Line)
Miranda: "Do you think she's pretty?"
Ramsay: "Of course I do. I'm not blind. "
(Funny Line)
submitted by moonbaseu92 (approved!)
about Theon: "He's not Ironborn anymore. Not Theon Greyjoy anymore. He's a new man... a new person, anyway." (Witty Insult)
to Roose Bolton: "How can you be sure... that she's pregnant? I mean... [spacing gesture indicate Fat Walda's size] ...how can you tell?" (Witty Insult)
to Jorah Mormont: "Long, sullen silences and the occasional punch in the face. The Mormont way." (Witty Insult)
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Tyrion: "You can't just hand a dried cock to a merchant and expect him to pay for it! He has to know it came from a dwarf. And how could he know unless he sees the dwarf?"
Slave trader: "It will be a dwarf-sized cock."
Tyrion: "Guess again."
(Funny Line)
21:44 (+3) Malko:
"The dwarf lives until we find a cock merchant." (Funny Line)
The Tyrell caravan stops just so Grandma Tyrell can deliver a burn on the entire city of King's Landing.
"Oh... you can smell the shit from five miles away."
(Funny Line)
"Renly Baratheon shagged half the stable boys in the Seven Kingdoms. Everyone knew, no one cared." (Witty Insult)
to Cersei: "Put the pen down, dear. We both know you're not writing anything." (Witty Insult)
Cersei Lannister: "Ah, yes. The famously tart-tongued Queen of Thorns."
Olenna: "And the famous tart, Queen Cersei."
(Witty Insult)
Cersei Lannister: "As for your veiled threats..."
Olenna: "What veil?"
(Threat)
Ramsay reminds Sansa to remove her clothes: "Do I need to ask a second time? I hate asking a second time." (Threat)
Episode 7: The Gift
High Sparrow: "I'm telling you a simple truth - I serve the Gods. The Gods demand justice."
Olenna: "How do they communicate their demands? By raven or horse?"
(Witty Insult)
"... the holy text, the Seven-Pointed Star. If you don't have one in your library, I'll give you my own." (Witty Insult)
to Olenna Tyrell: "A lifetime of wealth and power has left you blind in one eye. You are the few, we are the many. And when the many stop fearing the few..." (Threat)
Bronn: "It's against my code to hurt a woman.
Obara: "It's amazing how many men we beat seem to have this code."
(Witty Insult)
Petyr Baelish: "It was an establishment like no other. The sheer range of appetites catered to. Desires that didn't even exist until we invented them."
Olenna: "You've always been rather impressed with yourself, haven't you?"
(Witty Insult)
Petyr Baelish: "I promise you-"
Olenna Tyrell: "I promise you, Lord Baelish, that our fates are joined. Together we murdered a king. If my house should fall, I will have nothing to hide. And if I should meet with some accident here at your broken little flesh market, they'll never even find what's left of you."
(Threat)
to Cersei: "The Tyrells' finery will be stripped away. Their lies knocked down. Their true hearts laid bare for all to see. And so it will be for all of us. High and low alike. What will we find when we strip away your finery?" (Threat)
Episode 8: Hardhome
"I killed my mother... on the day I was born. I killed my father, Tywin Lannister, with a bolt to the heart. I am the greatest Lannister killer of all time." (Funny Line)
"Someday, if you decide not to execute me, I'll tell you all about why I killed my father. And on that day, should it ever come, we'll need more wine than this." (Funny Line)
"My own sister married someone she loathed as well, though not by choice and certainly not for the greater good, Gods forbid." (Witty Insult)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Ellaria pours her glass of wine onto the carpet, in protest of Doran Martell's toast to King Tommen. (Witty Insult)
to Doran Martell: "No wonder you can't stand. You have no spine." (Witty Insult)
to the Braavosi brothel manager, after she brings out a young servant girl for Ser Meryn: "You'll have a fresh one for me tomorrow." (Threat)
as she observes Jaime writing a letter: "You write like a seven-year-old." (Witty Insult)
Hizdahr zo Loraq: "You don't approve (of the fighting pits)?"
Tyrion: "There's always been more than enough death in the world for my taste. I can do without it in my leisure time."
(Funny Line)
Hizdahr zo Loraq, as the dead pit fighter is dragged away: "That... is a vital part of the great city of Meereen, which existed long before you or I, and will remain standing long after we have returned to the dirt."
Tyrion: "My father would have liked you."
(Witty Insult)
to Hizdahr zo Loraq: "Well said. You're an eloquent man. Doesn't mean you're wrong. In my experience, eloquent men are right every bit as often as imbeciles." (Witty Insult)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
to Missandei: "Apologies. My Valyrian is a bit nostril." (Funny Line)
Daario: "So mainly you talk."
Tyrion: "And drink. I've survived so far."
(Witty Insult)
to Cersei Lannister: "Shame. Shame. Shame." *ding ding ding* (84x "shames") (Witty Insult)
Glasses of Wine Consumed
Episode 1: The Wars to Come
Tyrion downs 3 cups of wine after getting out of that fucking crate, before puking over all the rugs in Ilyrio's palace. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
After vomiting his previous three drinks onto the floor of Ilyrio's palace, Tyrion refills and goes for another. Boot 'n rally! (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Tyrion drinks away his misery with two glasses of wine on the balcony of Ilyrio's palace. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 2: The House of Black and White
Tyrion drinks a glass of wine inside that fucking box. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
Tyrion drinks from a flask while walking through a market in Volantis. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Tyrion drinks at the whorehouse in Volantis. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 5: Kill the Boy
Ramsay drinks while talking with Reek. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Ramsay drinks after proposing a toast to Sansa Stark. "My lady, we are all a family, we Northerners. Our blood ties go back thousands of years. So I'd like to drink to our wedding. May our happiness spread from Moat Cailin to the Last Hearth." (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Ramsay drinks again from his refilled cup, after Roose Bolton announces that Fat Walda Frey is pregnant. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Ramsay drinks while discussing the Bolton line of succession with his father Roose Bolton. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Ramsay refills his cup as Roose Bolton tells him the story of her mother. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 8: Hardhome
drinks while speaking with Daenerys in her chambers. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Tyrion drinks his refilled cup while speaking with Daenerys in her chambers. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Ser Meryn drinks as he chooses a prostitute in the Braavosi brothel. "Too old.' (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
Ellaria drinks the vial of antidote from Tyene. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
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Acts of Intercourse
Episode 5: Kill the Boy
Ramsay takes Myranda from behind after their lover's quarrel over Ramsay's marriage to Sansa Stark. (Act of Intercourse)
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Ramsay rapes Sansa Stark on their wedding night. "Reek... I told you to watch. You've known Sansa since she was a girl. Now watch her become a woman." (Act of Intercourse)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Ser Meryn chooses the young servant girl in the brothel, after running through the set of regulars who were all "too old." (Act of Intercourse)
Deaths
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
Janos is beheaded for insubordination, after defying Jon Snow's orders as Lord Commander. (Death)
Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
+1 for Janos Slynt
Episode 5: Kill the Boy
+1 for Janos Slynt
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
+1 for Janos Slynt
Episode 7: The Gift
+1 for Janos Slynt
Episode 8: Hardhome
+1 for Janos Slynt
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
+1 for Janos Slynt
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
Meryn Trant is brutally stabbed and killed in a Braavosi brothel by Arya Stark, disguised as a young prostitute. (Death)
+1 for Janos Slynt
Special
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Ramsay makes Reek stay in the bedchamber to watch him rape Sansa. "Oh, no, no, no. You stay here, Reek. You watch." (Special)
Ramsay tortures Sansa Stark on their wedding night by raping her with Reek (Theon Greyjoy) watching. "Reek... I told you to watch. You've known Sansa since she was a girl. Not watch her become a woman." (Special)
Episode 7: The Gift
to Sansa: "I'm not Theon, m'lady. I'm Reek." (Special)
Sansa: "Promise me, Theon."
Reek: "Reek! My name is Reek."
(Special)
Episode 8: Hardhome
"I'm not Theon. There is no Theon. Reek." (Special)