Long live the Starks

Deep Draft Invitational

Owner: kailin

3-7, 21 roto pts (#6)
Z-Score: -1.417 (percentile: 7.81%)
Weeks at #1: 0
Categories won:
Best Week: Episode 2: The House of Black and White (+3.5 roto points)
Team MVP: Jorah Mormont (picked #19, 56 points, 26.79% of team total)
Longest winstreak: W-1

Roster Stats

Character Drafted Total Kills Politics Insults Wine Sex Thrones Deaths Special Feels
The exiled head of House Mormont. Jorah was previously one of Daenerys' most trusted advisors, but was banished when his time serving as a spy for Robert Baratheon was revealed to her.
#19 56 36 6 6 5 0 0 0 3 0
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.
#30 49 0 9 18 5 5 0 0 12 0
The youngest of the Stark girls. She travels to Braavos to seek Jaqen H'gar.
#6 38 14 3 6 0 0 0 0 15 0
The second eldest Stark child. Though currently married to Tyrion Lannister, she has been smuggled into the Vale by Littlefinger, where she poses as his niece, Alayne Stone.
#7 34 0 12 3 5 5 0 0 9 0
The White Walker in a samurai suit.
#67 22 10 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0
Prince Doran Martell's son, and heir to Dorne. He is betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon.
#31 10 2 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 0
A member of the Children of the Forest. She leads Bran and his companions to cave of the Three-eyed Raven.
#78 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Head of House Waynewood, bannermen to House Arryn.
#103 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A skilled archer from the Stormlands - he is a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners, led by Beric Dondarrion.
#102 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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.
#114 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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.
#91 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A new prostitute employed in the brothels of Littlefinger.
#90 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A wildling woman who serves the Starks. She splits off from Bran's group and travels with Rickon.
#55 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
The youngest of the Stark children. He splits off from Bran and travels with Osha to the Last Hearth, seat of House Umber.
#54 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
The fourth of the Stark children. He is north of the Wall, arriving in the cave of the Three-eyed Raven and the Children of the Forest.
#18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor. hodor.
#42 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
The eldest child of Howland Reed, bannerman to the Starks. She and Bran have arrived at the cave of the Three-eyed Raven.
#43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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.
#79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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.
#66 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 209 62 33 33 20 10 0 12 39 0

Roster

charId Character Special
6
The youngest of the Stark girls. She travels to Braavos to seek Jaqen H'gar.
* Nymeria's actions contribute to her points.
* +1 point for reciting her hitlist
* adopting a new Faceless Man disguise
5
The second eldest Stark child. Though currently married to Tyrion Lannister, she has been smuggled into the Vale by Littlefinger, where she poses as his niece, Alayne Stone.
* Lady's actions contribute to her points.
* +1 point in every scene she cries
7
The fourth of the Stark children. He is north of the Wall, arriving in the cave of the Three-eyed Raven and the Children of the Forest.
* Bran introducing himself into a scene by creepily staring at people * 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
32
The exiled head of House Mormont. Jorah was previously one of Daenerys' most trusted advisors, but was banished when his time serving as a spy for Robert Baratheon was revealed to her.
* +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)
40
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.
+1 point for reading books, mentioning he "read that in a book", or writing raven letters.
186
Prince Doran Martell's son, and heir to Dorne. He is betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon.
10
Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor hodor Hodor. hodor.
+1 point for every utterance of "Hodor"
13
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
8
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.
11
A wildling woman who serves the Starks. She splits off from Bran's group and travels with Rickon.
80
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.
129
The White Walker in a samurai suit.
133
A member of the Children of the Forest. She leads Bran and his companions to cave of the Three-eyed Raven.
62
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.
184
A new prostitute employed in the brothels of Littlefinger.
176
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.
103
A skilled archer from the Stormlands - he is a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners, led by Beric Dondarrion.
108
Head of House Waynewood, bannermen to House Arryn.
158
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.
Kills
Episode 2: The House of Black and White
Arya kills a pigeon on the streets of Braavos. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
In the middle of the night, Jorah knocks out a fisherman with a haymaker and steals his boat. (Major Injury of Unnamed Character)
Episode 5: Kill the Boy
Jorah retrieves his sword and cuts down one of the Stone Men that leaps onto his boat. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Jorah stabs through one of the Stone Men with his sword. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Arya eases the pain of a sick girl by helping her drink the poisonous water from the House of Black and White. "...I drank the water from his fountain. It healed me. I've devoted my life to him now. You don't want to hurt anymore? Drink." (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 7: The Gift
Jorah elbows Yezzan zo Qaggaz in the nose as he emerges into the fighting pit. (Minor Injury of Named Character)
Jorah enters the fighting pits and knocks out the remaining five fighters in hopes of winning Daenerys' favor. (Major Injury of Unnamed Character)
Episode 8: Hardhome
After shattering his axe with its ice spear, the White Walker stabs Loboda through the stomach. (Kill of Named Character)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Trystane orders Areo Hotah to return an elbow to Bronn's face in light-hearted retribution, as his punishment for the "fleabite" Bronn gave to him in the Water Gardens. (Minor Injury of Named Character)
Jorah plunges a dagger into the heart of the long-axe-wielding pit fighter. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Jorah does a somersault and then stabs his sword through the stomach of the pit fighter, named as the "Meereenese Champion" earlier. (Kill of Named Character)
Jorah throws a spear into the gallery, killing a Son of the Harpy who had been sneaking up behind Daenerys. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Jorah kills a Son of the Harpy with his dagger as he makes his way over to help protect Daenerys. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Jorah stabs a Son of the Harpy who attempts to ambush Daenerys in the fighting pit escape tunnel. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Jorah cuts down two enemies as Daenerys' group becomes encircled by the Sons of the Harpy mob. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Jorah stabs through a Son of the Harpy in the fighting pit. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
22:44 (+10) Arya Stark:
Arya brutally stabs Merynt Trant in a Braavosi brothel, before slitting his throat in revenge for the death of Syrio Forel. "I've gotten a few of the others (on her hitlist). The Many-Faced God stole a few more from me. But I'm glad he left me you." (Kill of Named Character)
Political Wins
Episode 2: The House of Black and White
Sam stumps for Jon Snow as a candidate for Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, convincing many in the room. "He may be young, but he's the commander we turned to when the night was darkest." (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
Jorah captures Tyrion in Volantis. "I'm taking you to the Queen." (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
Samwell convinces Jon to sign a letter requesting recruits from Roose Bolton. "We swore to be the Watchers on the Wall. We can't watch the Wall with 50 men. And we can't get more men without help from the Warden of the North." (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 5: Kill the Boy
Sansa discovers that Theon Greyjoy is still alive as a broken and disfigured captive of Ramsay Bolton in Winterfell. (Politics - uncategorized)
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Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Jorah convinces the slave trader Malko to take him to the fighting pits of Meereen instead of the slave city of Volantis.
Jorah: "I killed a Dothraki Bloodrider in single combat."
Malko: "Liar."
Jorah: "It's no lie. His name was Qotho. He was Bloodrider to Khal Drogo. Take me to Slaver's Bay, put a sword in my hand, I'll prove my worth."
(Politics - uncategorized)
Sansa deduces that Myranda is Ramsay's lover. "And how long have you loved him, Myranda? Did you imagine that he would be with you forever, is that it?" (Politics - uncategorized)
Sansa Stark and Ramsay Bolton are wed.
Roose Bolton: "Lady Sansa, will you take this man?"
Sansa: "I take this man."
(Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 8: Hardhome
Sansa forces out Reek's secret that Bran and Rickon Stark are still alive, and the charred bodies were only those of the farm boys. (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Doran secures a seat on the Small Council for his son Trystane.
Doran Martell: "My brother was named to the Small Council before his death. Your father understood the importance of keeping Dorne in the fold. With Oberyn gone, Trystane will take his place on the small council."
Jaime Lannister: "You have my word."
(Politics - uncategorized)
Arya discovers Ser Meryn's pedophilic sexual tastes. (Politics - uncategorized)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
Sam convinces Jon Snow to send him and Gilly to Oldtown so that Sam can train to be the next Maester for the Night's Watch. "If Gilly stays here, then she'll die. And the baby that she named after me will die. And I'll end up dying, too, trying to protect them. Which means that the last thing that I'll see in this world will be the look in her eyes when I fail them." (Politics - uncategorized)
Insults Delivered / Funny Lines
Episode 1: The Wars to Come
"How many Brothers can say that they've killed a White Walker *and* a Thenn? I might be the first in history!" (Funny Line)
Episode 2: The House of Black and White
"A wildling girl, a baby, and Lord Janos. I found him there (in the Castle Black pantry) after the battle was over, in a puddle of his own making." (Witty Insult)
Braavosi thief: "That's a nice little sword. Worth a hundred pigeons a sword like that."
Arya: "Nothing's worth anything to dead men."
(Threat)
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
Arya: "Cunt!" (Funny Line)
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Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
Tyrion: "I can't sleep without wine."
Jorah: "Then stay awake."
(Funny Line)
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Episode 5: Kill the Boy
to Fat Walda Frey: "This isn't a strange place, this is my home. It's the people that are strange." (Witty Insult)
Episode 7: The Gift
to Brant and Derek, who are assaulting Gilly: "I killed a White Walker. I killed a Thenn. I'll take my chances with you." (Threat)
Sam boasts about his command of the situation after he'd been beaten senseless by Brant and Derek of the Night's Watch.
Gilly: "I know they would've killed you if Ghost hadn't come."
Sam: "No no no, they were tiring out.  I had them in the palm of my hand"
(Funny Line)
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during his first sexual experience with Gilly: "Oh... oh... oh my..." (Funny Line)
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Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
Jon Snow: "You know that the Citadel will make you swear off women, too."
Samwell: "Oh, they'll bloody try."
(Funny Line)
Tyrion: "Fine, fine. I suppose he can join us. Just as long as he promises not to kill me in my sleep."
Jorah: "If I ever kill you, your eyes will be wide open."
(Threat)
Glasses of Wine Consumed
Episode 2: The House of Black and White
Sansa has a taste of ale while dining with Littlefinger at the inn. "Don't see what all the fuss is about. Why do men love it so much?" (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
Jorah drinks away his sorrows as he can't even get within the friendzone of the Daenerys cosplayer in Volantis. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
Trystane drinks after Areo Hotah carries out his order to knock out Bronn with his elbow. (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
Jon and Sam toast to Sam's journey to Oldtown to become a Maester. "To your return." (Glass of Wine Consumed)
Acts of Intercourse
Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Sansa is raped by Ramsay Bolton on their wedding night.
Ramsay: "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 7: The Gift
Samwell breaks his vows and lays with Gilly after he get injured. "Oh... oh... oh my." (Act of Intercourse)
Deaths
Episode 8: Hardhome
After its ice spear is parried by Jon Snow, the White Walker is slashed through by Jon's Valyrian Steel sword, Longclaw, and shatters into bits of ice. (Death)
Episode 9: The Dance of Dragons
+1 for White Walker (Samurai, formerly mislabeled Hobo)
Episode 10: Mother's Mercy
+1 for White Walker (Samurai, formerly mislabeled Hobo)
Special
Episode 2: The House of Black and White
5:37 (+15) Arya Stark:
Arya recites her hitlist five times while waiting outside the House of Black & White. "Cersei. Walder Frey. The Mountain. Meryn Trant." (Special)
Sam mentions a factoid from his book on the history of Lord Commanders of the Night's Watch. "Did you know that the youngest Lord Commander in history, Osric Stark, was elected at the age of 10?" (Special)
Episode 3: The High Sparrow
Sansa cries as she's told that Petyr Baelish has arranged a marriage for her to Roose Bolton's heir, Ramsay. A solitary tear is visible under her right eye. (Special)
Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy
Samwell prepares a set of raven letters to various Lords requesting recruits for the Night's Watch. (Special)
Episode 5: Kill the Boy
Samwell reads a raven letter to Maester Aemon, reporting on Daenery's current struggles as ruler of Meereen. (Special)
Sansa wipes a stream of tears from her left cheek after Ramsay rehashes the supposed deaths of Bran and Rickon Stark, and forces her and Reek to undergo an awkward apology. (Special)
Sam reads in the library of Castle Black while talking to Gilly. (Special)
Jorah finishes Tyrion's recital of a poem describing the Doom of Valyria. "... a city of a thousand years, and all that men had learned; The Doom consumed it all alike, and neither of them turned." (Special)
Episode 7: The Gift
Sansa cries as Ramsay Bolton presents her with the flayed body of the old Winterfell woman who promised to help her. (Special)