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S7 Demo League

Owner: nyan

3-3-1, 72 pts
Points Z-Score: -0.267 (percentile: 39.47%)
Weeks at #1: 0
Categories won:
Best Week: Episode 2: Stormborn (+28 points)
Team MVP: White Walker (Night King) (picked #11, 41 points, 56.94% of team total)
Longest winstreak: W-2

Roster Stats

Character Drafted Total Kills Insults Sex Wine Politics Deaths Special Feels
The leader of the White Walkers.
#11 41 26 0 0 0 15 0 0 0
A freed slave from Astapor, who serves Daenerys as an advisor and translator.
#38 31 0 0 25 0 3 0 3 0
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.
#59 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A childhood friend of Cersei Lannister, who accompanies a young Cersei to visit a fortune teller in the woods.
#86 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 72 26 0 25 0 18 0 3 0

Roster

charId Character Special
130
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
37
A freed slave from Astapor, who serves Daenerys as an advisor and translator.
+1 point for each scene where she speaks Valyrian or translates.
73
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".
197
A childhood friend of Cersei Lannister, who accompanies a young Cersei to visit a fortune teller in the woods.
Kills
Episode 6: Beyond the Wall
53:35 (+10) White Walker (Night King):
The Night King launches a perfect javelin toss, striking Viserion right in the neck and bringing him crashing straight down into the icy lake. (Kill of Named Character)
Episode 7: The Dragon and the Wolf
78:00 (+16) White Walker (Night King):
The Night King rides in on the newly risen wight-dragon Viserion, attacking the Wall at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea with blue flame, and sending 8 of its defenders to their death amidst the collapsing ice wall. (Kill of Unnamed Character)
Acts of Intercourse
Episode 2: Stormborn
26:45 (+25) Missandei:
Missandei gets with Grey Worm on the very last night before he sails off for Casterly Rock. (Act of Intercourse)
Political Wins
Episode 1: Dragonstone
7:26 (+3) White Walker (Night King):
The Night King marches across the tundra, having newly added several wight Giants to his army. (Acquire a New Castle/City/Army/Loot)
Episode 3: The Queen's Justice
51:27 (+3) Missandei:
Missandei convinces Daenerys against flying out herself to hunt down Euron Greyjoy's Iron Fleet.

Tyrion: "You'd be flying around the open seas alone for who knows how long."
Daenerys: "I wouldn't be alone. I would have Drogon, Viserion, and Rhaegal. What can anyone do to them?"
Missandei: "They can still do something to you. It only takes one arrow."
(Convincing Argument)
Episode 5: Eastwatch
19:39 (+3) White Walker (Night King):
The Night King breaks Bran's warg connection to his ravens, dispersing the scouting flock sent north of the Wall. (Victorious Battle)
Episode 6: Beyond the Wall
55:20 (+3) White Walker (Night King):
The Night King's Army of the Dead overwhelm Jon Snow's party, forcing them to evacuate by dragon and taking down one of Daenerys Targaryen's dragons, Viserion, in the process. (Victorious Battle)
70:13 (+3) White Walker (Night King):
After having Viseron's body salvaged from the icy lake, the Night King reanimates the dragon as a wight. (New Follower/Prisoner)
Episode 7: The Dragon and the Wolf
78:57 (+3) White Walker (Night King):
Riding in on the newly risen wight-dragon Viserion, the Night King blasts the Wall at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea with blue flame, destroying the castle and sending the Wall crashing down. (Victorious Battle)
Special
Episode 2: Stormborn
8:35 (+3) Missandei:
Missandei gives a lesson on Valyrian gendered pronouns in ancient prophecies: "Your Grace, forgive me, but your translation is not quite accurate. That noun has no gender in High Valyrian, so proper translation for that prophecy would be 'the prince or princess who was promised will bring the dawn'. (Special)