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Dany Get Your Dragun (SE8)

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2-4, 30 roto pts (#8)
Z-Score: -1.607 (percentile: 5.39%)
Weeks at #1: 0
Categories won: Deaths (32)
Best Week: Episode 3: The Long Night (+4.5 roto points)
Team MVP: Rhaegal (picked #15, 161 points, 49.09% of team total)
Longest winstreak: W-1

Roster Stats

Character Drafted Total Kills Politics Insults Wine Sex Thrones Deaths Special Feels
#15 161 147 3 0 0 0 0 5 6 0
#18 74 10 3 9 0 0 7 0 12 33
#2 47 15 24 0 0 0 0 5 3 0
#31 31 2 3 6 0 0 0 12 0 8
- 5 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0
#34 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0
One of the Night King's lieutenants, this is the White Walker who grabs the ice spear and hands it to the Night Walker during the dragon battle at the frozen lake.
#47 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0
- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
The long-deceased head of House Stark.
- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 328 174 33 18 0 0 9 32 21 41

Roster

charId Character Special
391
* each time he is mounted by a new dragonrider (Political Follower points)
* on-screen barrel rolls completed (360° rotations in the air)
* objects burned in non-combat situations
40
+1 point for reading books, mentioning he "read that in a book", or writing raven letters.
377
111
235
1
The long-deceased head of House Stark.
2x points for mentions that "Winter is coming"
+1 point each time he brandishes his greatsword, Ice
Kills
Episode 3: The Long Night
16:41 (+62) Rhaegal:
Sansa and Arya look on as Rhaegal torches the front line of wights with dragonfire - 33 wights are seen burning or thrown into the air by the blast (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Sam defends himself against two wights with his dragonglass daggers. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
29:09 (+40) Rhaegal:
After the trench is lit, Jon and Rhaegal venture out and ignite a cluster of wights just outside the Winterfell gate. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
33:21 (+40) Rhaegal:
As Bran's warged ravens fly across the battlefield, the dragons continue to torch the wights army outside the walls of Winterfell. 40 wights are thrown up/incinerated in the blast (unknown dragon, score split evenly across dragons) (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Sam dual wields his dragonglass dagger to cut down a wight trying to scramble over the wall. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Sam bonks a wight in the head as it tries to climb the castle wall. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
55:26 (+5) Rhaegal:
Rhaegal engages in a vicious mid-air fight with Viserion, ripping the scales off his breast and ultimately breaking Viserion's jaw. (Major Injury of Named Character)
Samwell stabs a wight as he lays on his back amidst a pit of wights. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Political Wins
Episode 1: Winterfell
33:29 (+3) Rhaegal:
Rhaegal accepts Jon as a dragonrider as they take flight for the first time.
Jon: "I don't know how to ride a dragon."
Daenerys: "Nobody does. Until they ride a dragon."
(New Follower/Prisoner)
submitted by nyan (approved!)
Episode 6: The Iron Throne
Samwell Tarly is named Grandmaester of King Bran's new Small Council. (New Title)
Insults Delivered / Funny Lines
Episode 1: Winterfell
Daenerys: "So you're the man."
Sam: "Um... which... man? am I... your Grace?"
(Funny Line)
Episode 2: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
Sam defends his renowned fighting abilities
Jon Snow: "If you want to join them (Gilly and little Sam in the crypts)..."
Sam: "Everyone seems to forget that I was the first man to kill a White Walker. I've killed Thenns-"
Edd: "Thenn."
Sam: "I've saved Gilly more than once. I stole a *considerable* number of books from the Citadel library. Survived the Fist of the First Men. You need me out there!"
Edd: "Well if that's where it's come to we really are fucked."
(Funny Line)
Edd: "Well if that's where it's come to we really are fucked."
Sam: "Well- calling you fucked wouldn't be strictly accurate."
(Witty Insult)
Episode 6: The Iron Throne
Lord Royce responds to Samwell Tarly's proposal for democratic elections: "I'll ask my horse!" (Witty Insult)
A Game of Thrones
Episode 1: Winterfell
Sam scoots out of his library seat as he is startled by Daenerys and Jorah. (Basic Seat)
Episode 2: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
Lord Royce sits with Sansa as he cold-heartedly advises her to lock the peasants outside of Winterfell. "The moment we can get the last infantry men out onto the field, we should shut the gates." (Basic Seat)
Episode 6: The Iron Throne
Lord Royce sits as the Lords and Ladies of Westeros gather in King's Landing to discuss the fate of Tyrion Lannister and the Kingdom. (Basic Seat)
Sam sits and looks away awkwardly as Edmure Tully glances around the room for support. (Basic Seat)
Samwell sits back down as his proposal for a democracy is roundly rejected by the Lords and Ladies of Westeros. (Basic Seat)
Samwell sits back down after the Lords rise to anoint Bran as King of Six Kingdoms. (Basic Seat)
Lord Royce sits back down after the Lords rise to anoint Bran Stark as King of Six Kingdoms. (Basic Seat)
Sam sits down at the Small Council meeting as Tyrion flips through the history tome of "A Song of Ice and Fire" (Basic Seat)
Samwell reseats himself at the Small Council meeting after King Bran's arrival. (Basic Seat)
Samwell reseats himself at the Small Council meeting after King Bran's departure. (Basic Seat)
Deaths
Episode 1: Winterfell
Jon looks at a statue of his father while paying respects in the crypts of Winterfell. (Dead Body Appearance)
Episode 2: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
Jon Snow and Daenerys look upon the statue of Lyanna's tomb in the crypts of Winterfell, as Jon explains the story of his parentage. (Dead Body Appearance)
submitted by power.suit (approved!)
Episode 4: The Last of the Starks
53:32 (+5) Rhaegal:
Rhaegal is hit by three scorpion bolts from Euron and the Greyjoy fleet, falling out of the sky and plunging into the waters next to Dragonstone. (Death)
Episode 5: The Bells
Captain Strickland is javelin'd through the back by Grey Worm, as he flees from the Unsullied forces charging the King's Landing gate. (Death)
Special
Episode 1: Winterfell
Sam is reading a book in the Winterfell library as Daenerys and Jorah walk in. (Special)
Sam mentions the book he found out Jon's lineage from: "Bran and I worked it out. I have a High Septon's diary, and Bran has... whatever Bran has." (Special)
submitted by dtsantise (approved!)
Episode 3: The Long Night
43:16 (+3) Rhaegal:
Rhaegal does an evasive 360 barrel role and flies down after almost being hit by Viserion's blue flame. (Special)
43:38 (+3) Rhaegal:
Rhaegal does another 360 barrel roll as Jon tries to get him back in control. (Special)
Episode 4: The Last of the Starks
Samwell explains the birds and the bees to Jon.

Samwell: "There's only so many books a person can read, so we-"
Gilly: "I'm sure he knows how it happens, Sam."
(Special)
Episode 6: The Iron Throne
Samwell places the tome, "A Song of Ice and Fire" in front of Tyrion at the Small Council meeting.

Tyrion: "What's this?"
Samwell: " A Song of Ice and Fire. Archmaester Ebrose's history of the wars following the death of King Robert. I helped him with the title."
(Special)
The Feels
Episode 1: Winterfell
Sam hears the news of the deaths of his father Randyll and brother Dickon from the executioner herself.
Daenerys: "I offered to let him retain his lands and titles if he bent the knee. He refused."
Samwell: "Well at least I'll be allowed home again, now that my brother's the lord."
Daenerys: "Your brother stood with your father."
(Sad Feels)
Episode 2: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
The three remaining Night's Watch members share some banter and reflect on their beginnings.
Samwell: "Think back to where we started. Us, Grenn, Pyp."
Jon: "Now it's just us three."
Edd: "Last man left, burn the rest of us."
(Warm Fuzzy Moment)
Jorah receives Heartsbane, the Tarly family sword from Samwell, as a remembrance to his father, the Lord Commander Jeor Mormont.

Samwell: "And I'd love to defend them with it. But I can't really hold it upright. Your father, he taught me how to be a man. How to do what's right. This is right."
(Warm Fuzzy Moment)
Episode 4: The Last of the Starks
Jon and Sam say their goodbyes at Winterfell.

Sam: "You're the best friend I ever had."
Jon: "You too, Sam."
(Warm Fuzzy Moment)
Episode 6: The Iron Throne
Tyrion inquires about how history regards him in the Archmaester Ebrose's new historical tome, "A Song of Ice and Fire" - but is told by Samwell Tarly that he isn't actually mentioned in it. (Ridiculously Funny Moment)