History Characters / GameOfThronesHouseFrey

20th Jan '17 3:59:31 PM HighCrate
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* VillainousFriendship: Walder has one with Roose Bolton, his co-conspirator.
* VillainousBreakdown: When the Blackfish appears to be winning.
20th Jan '17 12:28:20 PM Tropervilliara
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* VillainousBreakdown: When the Blackfish appears to be winning.


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* Hypocrite: Calls the Blackfish a "fucking coward". This is coming from the man who willingly violated guest right and slit Catelyn from ear to ear.
25th Oct '16 7:48:34 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: To [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dalrymple,_1st_Earl_of_Stair John Dalrymple]], the nobleman formally implicated in the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massacre_of_Glencoe Glencoe Massacre]][[note]]which GeorgeRRMartin explicitedly noted as one of the bases for the Red Wedding[[/note]], and who was subsequently hounded by the fallout of it. Dalrymple, to his credit, was nonetheless a way more competent official than Walder Frey ever was, having been responsible for the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Union Treaty of Union between Scotland and England]].

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* {{Expy}}: To [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dalrymple,_1st_Earl_of_Stair John Dalrymple]], the nobleman formally implicated in the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massacre_of_Glencoe Glencoe Massacre]][[note]]which GeorgeRRMartin Creator/GeorgeRRMartin explicitedly noted as one of the bases for the Red Wedding[[/note]], and who was subsequently hounded by the fallout of it. Dalrymple, to his credit, was nonetheless a way more competent official than Walder Frey ever was, having been responsible for the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Union Treaty of Union between Scotland and England]].
30th Sep '16 5:50:28 PM costanton11
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* CompositeCharacter: Due to compressing the Freys to a few prominent members in the show, he takes the roles of Ryman and Edwyn Frey in leading the siege of Riverrun alongside Walder Rivers.
28th Sep '16 5:47:32 PM randomtroper89
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!Lord Frey



[[folder:Lady Joyeuse Frey, née Erenford]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/frey_joyeuse_5157.jpg]]
->'''Played By:''' Kelly Long

->''"You see that? Fifteen, she is. A little flower... and the honey's all mine."''
-->-- '''Lord Walder Frey'''

Lord Walder Frey's eighth and current wife.

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[[folder:Lady Joyeuse Frey, née Erenford]]
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!Sons

[[folder:Stevron Frey]]
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->'''Played By:''' Kelly Long

->''"You see that? Fifteen, she is. A little flower...
Colin Carnegie

The first trueborn son
and the honey's all mine."''
-->-- '''Lord
heir of Walder Frey'''

Lord Walder Frey's eighth and current wife.
Frey. A man of sixty odd years.



* CompositeCharacter: Takes the place of Aegon Frey, a.k.a. "Jinglebell", Lord Walder's retarded grandson and fool.
* DeathByAdaptation: In "The Rains of Castamere", Catelyn uses her as a hostage in place of the AdaptedOut jester Aegon Frey, aka Jinglebell, Walder Frey's lackwit grandson, whom Catelyn mistakes for a son. When Robb gets killed, Joyeuse gets a slit throat, just like Jinglebell.
* IronicName: "Joyeuse", for a character who's obviously apathetic and miserable.
* OldManMarryingAChild: She's fifteen and Walder's ninety.
* TheQuietOne: Stays silent even when Walder gropes her in front of everybody. Likewise she remains silent during the Red Wedding. This becomes results in quite FridgeHorror in the scene where Joyeuse quietly accepts her death, with no attempts to resist. One wonders how Walder Frey must have treated her during their marriage.
* SlashedThroat: At Catelyn's hand.
* WeHaveReserves: The reason for her death, when Walder admits he won't care if Catelyn kills her, since he'll simply find wife nine. Which is exactly what he starts planning to do in "Mhysa", while the maids are still ''scrubbing her blood from the floor''.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Stevron Frey]]
[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/250px-Stevron_Frey_7535.jpg]]
->'''Played By:''' Colin Carnegie

The first trueborn son and heir of Walder Frey. A man of sixty odd years.
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[[folder:Lady Roslin Tully, née Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Alexandra Dowling

See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseTully House Tully]].

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[[folder:Lady Roslin Tully, née Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Alexandra Dowling

See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseTully
[[folder:Olyvar Frey]]

One of Lord Walder's sons. As part of the agreement made with Robb's forces by Catelyn, he became Robb's squire.
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* AllThereInTheManual: The books detail his circumstances: he's the eighteenth son of Lord Walder; the fourth born from his sixth marriage to Bethany Rosby, older than Roslin, and one of five children in this union who survived past infancy. It's also noted that while many members of
House Tully]].Rosby have a weak constitution and poor health (to the point it's what their best known for), his mother did manage to give Walder one child for every year of their marriage (which lasted roughly ten years), and those who survived have proven to be able-bodied
* DemotedToExtra: Only mentioned in "Baelor". Despite being Robb's squire, he's never onscreen in Season 2 in any of Robb's scenes (despite the series giving Robb more to do onscreen than the books did).
* OneSteveLimit: Subverted in Season 3 with the introduction of Littlefinger's employee, also named Olyvar. Though casual viewers will likely forget that ''this'' Olyvar even existed anyway.
* TheSquire: To Robb.



[[folder:Lady Walda Bolton, née Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Elizabeth Webster

See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseBolton House Bolton]].

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[[folder:Lady Walda Bolton, née Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Elizabeth Webster

See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseBolton House Bolton]].
[[folder:Waldron Frey]]

The youngest of Lord Walder's known sons.
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* AllThereInTheManual: In the books, he's explicitly stated to be the twenty-second and youngest of Lord Walder's legitimate sons, born from his seventh marriage to Anna Farring, and is nine the year Arya turns ten.[[labelnote:From the books...]] His parentage is question due to rumours that Black Walder has slept with many women at the Twins, including his mother.[[/labelnote]]
* AdaptationNameChange: His counterpart in the books is named ''Elmar'' Frey.
* ArrangedMarriage: He was bethrothed to Arya Stark as part of the agreement to let Robb Stark's army cross through the Twins. As of the Red Wedding, this engagement is null and void.
* DemotedToExtra: He appears several times in the second book, meeting Arya Stark at Harrenhal while it's occupied by Roose Bolton; not knowing she is his betrothed, he boasts about the princess he is to marry to the point that Arya, annoyed by him, hopes said princess dies before marrying him (not knowing it is her). Since Roose only occupies Harrenhal ''after'' Arya escapes in the series, we never see him onscreen.



!!Minor Members of House Frey

! Sons

[[folder:Olyvar Frey]]

One of Lord Walder's sons. As part of the agreement made with Robb's forces by Catelyn, he became Robb's squire.
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* AllThereInTheManual: The books detail his circumstances: he's the eighteenth son of Lord Walder; the fourth born from his sixth marriage to Bethany Rosby, older than Roslin, and one of five children in this union who survived past infancy. It's also noted that while many members of House Rosby have a weak constitution and poor health (to the point it's what their best known for), his mother did manage to give Walder one child for every year of their marriage (which lasted roughly ten years), and those who survived have proven to be able-bodied
* DemotedToExtra: Only mentioned in "Baelor". Despite being Robb's squire, he's never onscreen in Season 2 in any of Robb's scenes (despite the series giving Robb more to do onscreen than the books did).
* OneSteveLimit: Subverted in Season 3 with the introduction of Littlefinger's employee, also named Olyvar. Though casual viewers will likely forget that ''this'' Olyvar even existed anyway.
* TheSquire: To Robb.

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!!Minor Members of ! Daughters

[[folder:Lady Roslin Tully, née Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Alexandra Dowling

See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseTully
House Frey

! Sons

[[folder:Olyvar Frey]]

One of Lord Walder's sons. As part of the agreement made with Robb's forces by Catelyn, he became Robb's squire.
----
* AllThereInTheManual: The books detail his circumstances: he's the eighteenth son of Lord Walder; the fourth born from his sixth marriage to Bethany Rosby, older than Roslin, and one of five children in this union who survived past infancy. It's also noted that while many members of House Rosby have a weak constitution and poor health (to the point it's what their best known for), his mother did manage to give Walder one child for every year of their marriage (which lasted roughly ten years), and those who survived have proven to be able-bodied
* DemotedToExtra: Only mentioned in "Baelor". Despite being Robb's squire, he's never onscreen in Season 2 in any of Robb's scenes (despite the series giving Robb more to do onscreen than the books did).
* OneSteveLimit: Subverted in Season 3 with the introduction of Littlefinger's employee, also named Olyvar. Though casual viewers will likely forget that ''this'' Olyvar even existed anyway.
* TheSquire: To Robb.
Tully]].



[[folder:Waldron Frey]]

The youngest of Lord Walder's known sons.

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[[folder:Waldron [[folder:Lady Walda Bolton, née Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Elizabeth Webster

See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseBolton House Bolton]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Shirei
Frey]]

The youngest of Lord Walder's known sons.legitimate daughters, and his youngest child yet identified. Presented to Robb as one of the Frey girls he could have married, she is nine years old in Season 3 and as such, yet unflowered.



* AllThereInTheManual: In the books, he's explicitly stated to be the twenty-second and youngest of Lord Walder's legitimate sons, born from his seventh marriage to Anna Farring, and is nine the year Arya turns ten.[[labelnote:From the books...]] His parentage is question due to rumours that Black Walder has slept with many women at the Twins, including his mother.[[/labelnote]]
* AdaptationNameChange: His counterpart in the books is named ''Elmar'' Frey.
* ArrangedMarriage: He was bethrothed to Arya Stark as part of the agreement to let Robb Stark's army cross through the Twins. As of the Red Wedding, this engagement is null and void.
* DemotedToExtra: He appears several times in the second book, meeting Arya Stark at Harrenhal while it's occupied by Roose Bolton; not knowing she is his betrothed, he boasts about the princess he is to marry to the point that Arya, annoyed by him, hopes said princess dies before marrying him (not knowing it is her). Since Roose only occupies Harrenhal ''after'' Arya escapes in the series, we never see him onscreen.

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* AgeLift: She's ''six'' in the books when we first see her.
* AllThereInTheManual: In the books, he's explicitly stated to be the twenty-second and youngest of she is Lord Walder's seventh legitimate sons, daughter and his youngest trueborn child (though Joyeuse is currently pregnant so that may yet change), born from of his seventh marriage to Anna Farring, and is nine the year Arya turns ten.Farring.[[labelnote:From the books...]] His Her parentage is question due to rumours that in question, as Black Walder has is rumoured to have slept with many women at the Twins, including his her mother.[[/labelnote]]
* AdaptationNameChange: His counterpart in the books is named ''Elmar'' Frey.
* ArrangedMarriage: He was bethrothed to Arya Stark as part of the agreement to let Robb Stark's army cross through the Twins. As of the Red Wedding, this engagement is null and void.
* DemotedToExtra: He appears several times in the second book, meeting Arya Stark at Harrenhal while it's occupied by Roose Bolton; not knowing she is his betrothed, he boasts about the princess he is to marry to the point that Arya, annoyed by him, hopes said princess dies before marrying him (not knowing it is her). Since Roose
OneShotCharacter: So far only occupies Harrenhal ''after'' Arya escapes seen in the series, we never see him onscreen.
"The Rains of Castamere".



! Daughters

[[folder:Shirei Frey]]

The youngest of Lord Walder's legitimate daughters, and his youngest child yet identified. Presented to Robb as one of the Frey girls he could have married, she is nine years old in Season 3 and as such, yet unflowered.

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! Daughters

[[folder:Shirei
[[folder:Arwaya Frey]]

The youngest A trueborn daughter of Lord Walder's legitimate daughters, and his youngest child yet identified. Presented to Robb as one of the Frey girls he could have married, she is nine years old Walder's, first seen when Catelyn negotiated with her father in Season 3 1, and as such, yet unflowered.later seen again at Edmure's wedding where her father presents her to Robb.



* AgeLift: She's ''six'' in the books when we first see her.
* AllThereInTheManual: In the books, she is Lord Walder's seventh legitimate daughter and his youngest trueborn child (though Joyeuse is currently pregnant so that may yet change), born of his seventh marriage to Anna Farring.[[labelnote:From the books...]] Her parentage is in question, as Black Walder is rumoured to have slept with many women at the Twins, including her mother.[[/labelnote]]
* OneShotCharacter: So far only seen in "The Rains of Castamere".

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* AgeLift: She's ''six'' in AdaptationNameChange: Her name is similar to "Arwyn Frey", the books when we first see her.
* AllThereInTheManual: In the books, she is
sixth of Lord Walder's seventh legitimate daughter and his youngest trueborn child (though Joyeuse is currently pregnant so daughters in the books (between Roslin and Shirei); it's possible her name was changed in the show, possibly to add to the ThemeNaming the show has given them (Frey women's names ending on "-a" or "-ya" sounds). On the other hand, the three daughters below (who added to the number he has in the books) suggest she might be an original character rather than the same one - unlike her brother Elmar (the books' equivalent of Waldron, Arya's once-betrothed), Arwyn has no distinguishing traits that may yet change), born of his seventh marriage highlight her presence, so it's hard to Anna Farring.[[labelnote:From tell if she's meant to be the books...]] Her parentage is same character.
* ChekhovsGunman: Blink and miss, but she appears
in question, as Black Walder is rumoured to have slept with many women at the Twins, including her mother.[[/labelnote]]
* OneShotCharacter: So far only seen
"Baelor" before returning in "The Rains of Castamere".
Castamere" (yes, it's the same extra), creating a nice bit of (possibly unintended) continuity.



[[folder:Arwaya Frey]]

A trueborn daughter of Lord Walder's, first seen when Catelyn negotiated with her father in Season 1, and later seen again at Edmure's wedding where her father presents her to Robb.

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[[folder:Arwaya [[folder:Derwa, Waldra and Walda Frey]]

A Three of Lord Walder's trueborn daughter of Lord Walder's, first seen when Catelyn negotiated with her father in Season 1, and later seen again daughters, presented to Robb at Edmure's wedding where her father presents her to Robb.Roslin.



* AdaptationNameChange: Her name is similar to "Arwyn Frey", the sixth of Lord Walder's trueborn daughters in the books (between Roslin and Shirei); it's possible her name was changed in the show, possibly to add to the ThemeNaming the show has given them (Frey women's names ending on "-a" or "-ya" sounds). On the other hand, the three daughters below (who added to the number he has in the books) suggest she might be an original character rather than the same one - unlike her brother Elmar (the books' equivalent of Waldron, Arya's once-betrothed), Arwyn has no distinguishing traits that highlight her presence, so it's hard to tell if she's meant to be the same character.
* ChekhovsGunman: Blink and miss, but she appears in "Baelor" before returning in "The Rains of Castamere" (yes, it's the same extra), creating a nice bit of (possibly unintended) continuity.

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* AdaptationNameChange: Her name is similar to "Arwyn Frey", In the sixth of books, Lord Walder's Walder has no trueborn daughters with these names - there are Waldas among his bastard daughters, as well as his granddaughters and great-granddaughters, and Waldra is a similarly derivative name, but nobody named Derwa appears in the books or even indices. Of seven trueborn daughters in the books (between Roslin and Shirei); it's possible her name was changed in books, the show, possibly to add to the ThemeNaming the show has given them (Frey women's names ending on "-a" or "-ya" sounds). On the other hand, the eldest three daughters below (who added to are married and the number he has in fourth is a maid of nearly thirty. Based on their relative age, these three appear to have replaced the books) suggest she might be an original character rather than the same one - unlike her brother Elmar (the books' equivalent of Waldron, Arya's once-betrothed), Arwyn has no distinguishing traits that highlight Frey - the sixth legitimate daughter of Walder and first child with Anna Farring, Anwyn is a year younger than Roslin and nearly ten years older than her presence, so it's hard to tell if she's meant trueborn sister Shirei. Derwa, Waldra and Walda are in the right age range to be the same character.
* ChekhovsGunman: Blink
between Roslin and miss, but she appears in "Baelor" before returning Shirei, regardless of whether their mother is intended to be Walder's 6th wife (Bethany Rosby) or his 7th (Anna Farring).
* OneShotCharacter: So far, they've only been seen
in "The Rains of Castamere" (yes, it's the same extra), creating a nice bit of (possibly unintended) continuity.
Castamere".
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: See above.



[[folder:Derwa, Waldra and Walda Frey]]

Three of Lord Walder's trueborn daughters, presented to Robb at Edmure's wedding to Roslin.

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[[folder:Derwa, Waldra and Walda ! Granddaughters

[[folder:Janeya & Neyela
Frey]]

Three of Two girls who Lord Walder's trueborn daughters, presented Walder identifies as his eldest granddaughters. Presented to Robb at Edmure's wedding to Roslin.the Twins.



* AdaptationNameChange: In the books, Lord Walder has no trueborn daughters with these names - there are Waldas among his bastard daughters, as well as his granddaughters and great-granddaughters, and Waldra is a similarly derivative name, but nobody named Derwa appears in the books or even indices. Of seven trueborn daughters in the books, the eldest three are married and the fourth is a maid of nearly thirty. Based on their relative age, these three appear to have replaced the books' Arwyn Frey - the sixth legitimate daughter of Walder and first child with Anna Farring, Anwyn is a year younger than Roslin and nearly ten years older than her trueborn sister Shirei. Derwa, Waldra and Walda are in the right age range to be between Roslin and Shirei, regardless of whether their mother is intended to be Walder's 6th wife (Bethany Rosby) or his 7th (Anna Farring).
* OneShotCharacter: So far, they've only been seen in "The Rains of Castamere".
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: See above.

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* AdaptationNameChange: AmbiguousSituation: They aren't identified as twins, just as the eldest granddaughters, despite being introduced together.
* CanonForeigner:
In the books, Lord Walder has no trueborn daughters with these names - there are Waldas among his bastard daughters, as well as his granddaughters and great-granddaughters, and Waldra is a similarly derivative name, but nobody named Derwa appears in the books or even indices. Of seven trueborn daughters in the books, the eldest three are married and the fourth is a maid of nearly thirty. Based on their relative age, these three appear to have replaced the books' Arwyn no known Frey - the sixth legitimate daughter of Walder and first child with Anna Farring, Anwyn is a year younger than Roslin and nearly ten years older than her trueborn sister Shirei. Derwa, Waldra and Walda are in the right age range to be between Roslin and Shirei, regardless of whether their mother is intended to be Walder's 6th wife (Bethany Rosby) or his 7th (Anna Farring).
females bearing either name.
* OneShotCharacter: So far, they've only been seen in "The Rains Both of Castamere".
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: See above.
them.



! Granddaughters

[[folder:Janeya & Neyela Frey]]

Two girls who Lord Walder identifies as his eldest granddaughters. Presented to Robb at the Twins.

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! Granddaughters

[[folder:Janeya & Neyela
[[folder:Sarra and Serra Frey]]

Two girls who Twin granddaughters of Lord Walder identifies as his eldest granddaughters. Presented Walder, presented to Robb at the Twins.[[labelnote:In the books...]] They are the daughters of Raymund Frey, Walder's eleventh trueborn son, born to his third wife Amarei Crakehall.[[/labelnote]]



* AmbiguousSituation: They aren't identified as twins, just as the eldest granddaughters, despite being introduced together.
* CanonForeigner: In the books, there are no known Frey females bearing either name.
* OneShotCharacter: Both of them.

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* AmbiguousSituation: They AdaptationalAttractiveness: Both are described in the books as pimply, which they aren't identified as twins, just as the eldest granddaughters, despite being introduced together.
here.
* CanonForeigner: In the books, there are no known Frey females bearing either name.
AlwaysIdenticalTwins
* OneShotCharacter: Both only appear in "The Rains of them.
Castamere".
* TwinThreesomeFantasy: Invoked when Lord Walder claims he'd have not minded if Robb - had he kept his vow - chose ''both'' of them as opposed to picking between themto be his bride. Should be taken with a grain of salt given his duplicity.



[[folder:Sarra and Serra Frey]]

Twin granddaughters of Lord Walder, presented to Robb at the Twins.[[labelnote:In the books...]] They are the daughters of Raymund Frey, Walder's eleventh trueborn son, born to his third wife Amarei Crakehall.[[/labelnote]]

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[[folder:Sarra and Serra Frey]]

Twin granddaughters of Lord Walder,
[[folder: Marianne Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Katie Creaven

Another granddaughter
presented to Robb at his uncle's wedding at the Twins.[[labelnote:In the books...]] They are the daughters of Raymund Frey, Walder's eleventh trueborn son, born to his third wife Amarei Crakehall.[[/labelnote]]



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Both are described in the books as pimply, which they aren't here.
* AlwaysIdenticalTwins
* OneShotCharacter: Both only appear in "The Rains of Castamere".
* TwinThreesomeFantasy: Invoked when Lord Walder claims he'd have not minded if Robb - had he kept his vow - chose ''both'' of them as opposed to picking between themto be his bride. Should be taken with a grain of salt given his duplicity.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Both are described in AdaptationDistillation: She's based on Marianne ''Vance'' from the books as pimply, which they aren't here.
* AlwaysIdenticalTwins
books, who was Lord Walder's ''great''-granddaughter - her mother, Maegelle Frey, was married to Ser Dafyn Vance and was the daughter of Stevron Frey and his second wife. Her backstory seems to have been simplified, either by the writers for the audience, or otherwise by Lord Walder to avoid him explaining it in great detail. Her book counterpart was also presented to Robb despite being born a Vance, not a Frey.
* OneShotCharacter: Both only appear in "The Rains of Castamere".
* TwinThreesomeFantasy: Invoked when Lord Walder claims he'd have not minded if Robb - had he kept his vow - chose ''both'' of them as opposed to picking between themto be his bride. Should be taken with a grain of salt given his duplicity.
Rinse and repeat...



[[folder: Marianne Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Katie Creaven

Another granddaughter presented to Robb at his uncle's wedding at the Twins.

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[[folder: Marianne [[folder:Freya Frey]]
->'''Played By:''' Katie Creaven

Another
A granddaughter presented to Robb at his uncle's wedding of Lord Walder, seen at the Twins.Twins by Robb and his retinue.



* AdaptationDistillation: She's based on Marianne ''Vance'' from the books, who was Lord Walder's ''great''-granddaughter - her mother, Maegelle Frey, was married to Ser Dafyn Vance and was the daughter of Stevron Frey and his second wife. Her backstory seems to have been simplified, either by the writers for the audience, or otherwise by Lord Walder to avoid him explaining it in great detail. Her book counterpart was also presented to Robb despite being born a Vance, not a Frey.
* OneShotCharacter: Rinse and repeat...

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* AdaptationDistillation: She's based on Marianne ''Vance'' from the books, who was Lord Walder's ''great''-granddaughter - her mother, Maegelle Frey, was married to Ser Dafyn Vance and was the daughter of Stevron Frey and his second wife. Her backstory seems to have been simplified, either by the writers for the audience, or otherwise by Lord Walder to avoid him explaining it in great detail. Her book counterpart was also presented to Robb despite being born a Vance, not a Frey.
CanonForeigner: Unless AdaptationNameChange is at play here.
* OneShotCharacter: Rinse and repeat...
And again...
* PunnyName



[[folder:Freya Frey]]
A granddaughter of Lord Walder, seen at the Twins by Robb and his retinue.

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[[folder:Freya [[folder:Merry Frey]]
A granddaughter -> '''Played By:''' Grace Hendy

One
of the Frey girls presented to Robb at his uncle's wedding.[[labelnote:In the books...]]Her father is Whalen Frey, third-born son and child of Alessa Blackwood and Lord Walder, seen at the Twins by Robb and his retinue.Walder's fourteenth son. Lame Lothar is her full-blood uncle.[[/labelnote]]



* CanonForeigner: Unless AdaptationNameChange is at play here.
* OneShotCharacter: And again...
* PunnyName

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Merry Frey]]
-> '''Played By:''' Grace Hendy

One of the Frey girls presented to Robb at his uncle's wedding.[[labelnote:In the books...]]Her father is Whalen Frey, third-born son and child of Alessa Blackwood and Lord Walder's fourteenth son. Lame Lothar is her full-blood uncle.[[/labelnote]]
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[[folder:Walda]]

A grandniece of Lord Walder.

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[[folder:Walda]]

[[folder:Lady Joyeuse Frey, née Erenford]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/frey_joyeuse_5157.jpg]]
->'''Played By:''' Kelly Long

->''"You see that? Fifteen, she is.
A grandniece of little flower... and the honey's all mine."''
-->-- '''Lord Walder Frey'''

Lord Walder.Walder Frey's eighth and current wife.



* CanonForeigner: As revealed in the ''Literature/TalesOfDunkAndEgg'' prequel novellas, Lord Walder has only one sibling with any detailed backstory - a sister, roughly a dozen years older than him and the second wife of Lord Ambrose of House Butterwell (a house which is disgraced during the events of the novella series, and thus may or may not exist in the present). Besides her, their father had at least two other daughters; any other relations outside of Walder's own line of ancestry have yet to be mentioned.
* TheGhost: We only know she exists because Theon, while shooting ravens leaving the Twins (as a precaution, to ensure the untrustworthy Lord Frey doesn't warn the Lannisters of the Northern army's progress) found that one of the messages being sent was a birthday missive.
* OnlyOneName: Subverted, but we don't know if her surname is Frey or something else - besides the aforementioned sisters of Lord Walder the prequel novels mentioned, the TV show is already an AlternateContinuity in its own right.

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* CanonForeigner: As revealed in CompositeCharacter: Takes the ''Literature/TalesOfDunkAndEgg'' prequel novellas, place of Aegon Frey, a.k.a. "Jinglebell", Lord Walder has only one sibling with any detailed backstory - a sister, roughly a dozen years older than him and the second wife of Lord Ambrose of House Butterwell (a house which is disgraced during the events of the novella series, and thus may or may not exist in the present). Besides her, their father had at least two other daughters; any other relations outside of Walder's own line retarded grandson and fool.
* DeathByAdaptation: In "The Rains
of ancestry have yet to be mentioned.
* TheGhost: We only know she exists because Theon, while shooting ravens leaving the Twins (as
Castamere", Catelyn uses her as a precaution, to ensure the untrustworthy Lord Frey doesn't warn the Lannisters hostage in place of the Northern army's progress) found that one of the messages being sent was a birthday missive.
* OnlyOneName: Subverted, but we don't know if her surname is Frey or something else - besides the aforementioned sisters of Lord
AdaptedOut jester Aegon Frey, aka Jinglebell, Walder Frey's lackwit grandson, whom Catelyn mistakes for a son. When Robb gets killed, Joyeuse gets a slit throat, just like Jinglebell.
* IronicName: "Joyeuse", for a character who's obviously apathetic and miserable.
* OldManMarryingAChild: She's fifteen and Walder's ninety.
* TheQuietOne: Stays silent even when Walder gropes her in front of everybody. Likewise she remains silent during
the prequel novels mentioned, Red Wedding. This becomes results in quite FridgeHorror in the TV show scene where Joyeuse quietly accepts her death, with no attempts to resist. One wonders how Walder Frey must have treated her during their marriage.
* SlashedThroat: At Catelyn's hand.
* WeHaveReserves: The reason for her death, when Walder admits he won't care if Catelyn kills her, since he'll simply find wife nine. Which
is already an AlternateContinuity exactly what he starts planning to do in its own right.
"Mhysa", while the maids are still ''scrubbing her blood from the floor''.



[[folder:Willem Frey]]

A male of unspecified relations to the main Frey line, mentioned several times throughout Seasons 2 and 3. He is confirmed to have gotten married at some point before the main story began.

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[[folder:Willem Frey]]

[[folder:Walda]]

A male grandniece of unspecified relations to the main Frey line, mentioned several times throughout Seasons 2 and 3. He is confirmed to have gotten married at some point before the main story began.Lord Walder.



* AgeLift: In the books, Willem is the second son of Cleos Frey, himself the eldest son of Emmon Frey - Lord Walder's second-born child and son, who is married to Genna Lannister, Tywin's younger sister. This ''might'' be him, aged up to correspond with the setting: in the books, Genna Lannister starts off at 52, her brother Tywin at about 55 or 56. With Tywin's age in Season 4 being stated as 67 (presumably 64 in the first season), it stands to reason that Genna herself would be in her early 60s ''at least'' when the story begins and thus old enough to have adult grandchildren.
* TheGhost: Yet to make an onscreen debut.
* MythologyGag: Given the above tropes about him, there's the fact that he's mentioned by Alton Lannister, who was created as a CanonForeigner substitute for the role that Cleos Frey - father of the books' Willem Frey - had in the books.

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* AgeLift: In CanonForeigner: As revealed in the books, Willem is ''Literature/TalesOfDunkAndEgg'' prequel novellas, Lord Walder has only one sibling with any detailed backstory - a sister, roughly a dozen years older than him and the second son wife of Cleos Frey, himself the eldest son of Emmon Frey - Lord Ambrose of House Butterwell (a house which is disgraced during the events of the novella series, and thus may or may not exist in the present). Besides her, their father had at least two other daughters; any other relations outside of Walder's second-born child and son, who is married to Genna Lannister, Tywin's younger sister. This ''might'' be him, aged up to correspond with the setting: in the books, Genna Lannister starts off at 52, her brother Tywin at about 55 or 56. With Tywin's age in Season 4 being stated as 67 (presumably 64 in the first season), it stands to reason that Genna herself would be in her early 60s ''at least'' when the story begins and thus old enough to own line of ancestry have adult grandchildren.
yet to be mentioned.
* TheGhost: Yet to make an onscreen debut.
* MythologyGag: Given
We only know she exists because Theon, while shooting ravens leaving the above tropes about him, there's Twins (as a precaution, to ensure the fact that he's mentioned by Alton Lannister, who was created as a CanonForeigner substitute for the role that Cleos untrustworthy Lord Frey - father doesn't warn the Lannisters of the books' Willem Northern army's progress) found that one of the messages being sent was a birthday missive.
* OnlyOneName: Subverted, but we don't know if her surname is
Frey or something else - had in besides the books.aforementioned sisters of Lord Walder the prequel novels mentioned, the TV show is already an AlternateContinuity in its own right.


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[[folder:Willem Frey]]

A male of unspecified relations to the main Frey line, mentioned several times throughout Seasons 2 and 3. He is confirmed to have gotten married at some point before the main story began.
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* AgeLift: In the books, Willem is the second son of Cleos Frey, himself the eldest son of Emmon Frey - Lord Walder's second-born child and son, who is married to Genna Lannister, Tywin's younger sister. This ''might'' be him, aged up to correspond with the setting: in the books, Genna Lannister starts off at 52, her brother Tywin at about 55 or 56. With Tywin's age in Season 4 being stated as 67 (presumably 64 in the first season), it stands to reason that Genna herself would be in her early 60s ''at least'' when the story begins and thus old enough to have adult grandchildren.
* TheGhost: Yet to make an onscreen debut.
* MythologyGag: Given the above tropes about him, there's the fact that he's mentioned by Alton Lannister, who was created as a CanonForeigner substitute for the role that Cleos Frey - father of the books' Willem Frey - had in the books.
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* {{Foil}}: To Tywin. Like Tywin, he's a controlling patriarch who wants to strengthen his family and is brutal to anyone who sleights him. The difference is Tywin has political cunning and ambition, and a sense personal dignity, while Walder is an OrcusOnHisThrone and a DirtyOldMan.

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* {{Foil}}: To Tywin.Tywin Lannister. Like Tywin, he's a controlling patriarch who wants to strengthen his family and is brutal to anyone who sleights him. The difference is Tywin has political cunning and ambition, and a sense personal dignity, while Walder is an OrcusOnHisThrone and a DirtyOldMan.



* LaserGuidedKarma: His most heinous act was betraying the Starks at a wedding dinner. [[spoiler:In an act of true irony, he's killed in the middle of a dinner meal by Arya Stark in the ''exact same manner'' he had her mother Katelyn killed [[note]]A slashed throat[[/note]]. For some extra irony, he's killed in the ''exact same dinner room'' he had the Starks killed in, and in the ''exact same spot'' he sat at when he gave the order.]]

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* LaserGuidedKarma: His most heinous act was betraying the Starks at a wedding dinner. [[spoiler:In an act of true irony, he's killed in the middle of a his dinner meal by Arya Stark in the ''exact same manner'' he had her mother Katelyn killed [[note]]A slashed throat[[/note]]. For some extra irony, he's killed in the ''exact same dinner room'' he had the Starks killed in, and in the ''exact same spot'' he sat at when he gave the order.]]
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* LaserGuidedKarma: His most heinous act was betraying the Starks at a wedding dinner. [[spoiler:In an act of true irony, he's killed at a dinner by the hands of a Stark in the ''exact same manner'' he had her mother killed. In addition, he's killed in the ''exact same dinner room'' he had the Starks killed in and in the ''exact same spot'' he sat at when it happened.]]

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* LaserGuidedKarma: His most heinous act was betraying the Starks at a wedding dinner. [[spoiler:In an act of true irony, he's killed at in the middle of a dinner meal by the hands of a Arya Stark in the ''exact same manner'' he had her mother killed. In addition, Katelyn killed [[note]]A slashed throat[[/note]]. For some extra irony, he's killed in the ''exact same dinner room'' he had the Starks killed in in, and in the ''exact same spot'' he sat at when it happened.he gave the order.]]
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Their sigil is two blue towers united by a bridge on silver-grey, representing the Twins.[1] Their house words are not mentioned in the books. The Season 6 finale of the TV series somewhat implied that House Frey's motto is "We Stand Together".

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Their sigil is two blue towers united by a bridge on silver-grey, representing the Twins.[1] Their house words are not mentioned in the books. The Season 6 finale of the TV series somewhat implied that House Frey's motto is "We Stand Together".
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Their sigil is two blue towers united by a bridge on silver-grey, representing the Twins.[1] Their house words are not mentioned in the books. The Season 6 finale of the TV series somewhat implied that House Frey's motto is "We Stand Together".
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: The entire reason the Red Wedding works is that he fully trusts the Starks won't even think for a second he might break the laws of hospitality. He kills them with their honor.
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