History Characters / GameOfThronesHouseGreyjoy

12th Sep '17 10:41:12 PM Kookosbanaani
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** It could be possible that Euron ''knew'' that Theon and Yara would escape and make an alliance with Daenerys before him. Even in the books, Euron didn't seem to be interested in actually marrying Daenerys rather than bringing her dragons to Westeros so he could utilize their full potential for his own ends. By sending Victarion to court Daenerys, Euron knew the risk that his brother would eventually turn tables on him since none of his brothers trust him.
11th Sep '17 9:09:08 PM Clanger00
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AdaptationalUgliness: All of the Greyjoys look considerably plainer and rougher than their book counterparts, but Theon gets it the hardest. Considered famously handsome in the books, here he looks ratty even ''before'' spending time at Ramsay's hands. The show balances this out by significantly toning down the physical damage done to him by the end of the aforementioned torture. And he is still fairly attractive, just not as attractive as in the books.

to:

* AdaptationalUgliness: All of the Greyjoys look considerably plainer and rougher than their book counterparts, but Theon gets it the hardest. Considered famously handsome in the books, here he looks ratty even ''before'' spending time at Ramsay's hands. The show balances this out by significantly toning down the physical damage done to him by the end of the aforementioned torture. And he is still fairly attractive, just not as attractive as in the books.
11th Sep '17 8:42:42 PM NOYB
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* VillainHasAPoint: While killing Balon admittedly is pretty evil, he does have a point that Balon has done nothing but lead the Greyjoy to two wars they can't win, all because his personal ambition and yet no strategy or plan to back it up.

to:

* VillainHasAPoint: While killing Balon admittedly is pretty evil, he does have a point that Balon has done nothing but lead the Greyjoy to Greyjoys into two wars they can't win, all because of his personal ambition and yet no strategy or plan to back it up.
9th Sep '17 11:22:30 AM CynicalBastardo
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* NoSell: His castration means that a GroinAttack is now useless against him in a fight, as we discover at the end of season 7 when [[TheStarscream one of his men]] tries it on him repeatedly. Theon just smiles and proceeds to win the fight.
8th Sep '17 11:20:08 PM EO01163
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* GeniusBruiser: Euron is a brutal and amazing fighter. And he's also a smart and competent leader, who has accomplished far more than his relatives have managed to do.
6th Sep '17 3:25:14 PM EO01163
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AdaptationalUgliness: All of the Greyjoys look considerably plainer and rougher than their book counterparts, but Theon gets it the hardest. Considered famously handsome in the books, here he looks ratty even ''before'' spending time at Ramsay's hands. The show balances this out by significantly toning down the physical damage done to him by the end of the aforementioned torture.

to:

* AdaptationalUgliness: All of the Greyjoys look considerably plainer and rougher than their book counterparts, but Theon gets it the hardest. Considered famously handsome in the books, here he looks ratty even ''before'' spending time at Ramsay's hands. The show balances this out by significantly toning down the physical damage done to him by the end of the aforementioned torture. And he is still fairly attractive, just not as attractive as in the books.
4th Sep '17 9:26:39 PM Peteman
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* TheIgor: To Ramsay, complete with slow gait and low-bent head. Going with the Ramsay = {{Dracula}} parallelism, Reek is also TheRenfield, or a brutal {{deconstruction}} of this trope.

to:

* TheIgor: To Ramsay, complete with slow gait and low-bent head. Going with the Ramsay = {{Dracula}} parallelism, Reek is also TheRenfield, or a brutal {{deconstruction}} of this trope.
2nd Sep '17 11:44:12 PM dgenega5764
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ArchEnemy: To his nephew, Theon, and his niece, Yara.
1st Sep '17 2:06:18 PM G-Editor
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Similar to his book counterpart, Euron Greyjoy is known to be the most dangerous figure in the Iron Islands and gives the Ironborn real menace, showing intelligence, cunning, ambition, combat prowess, and competence. This is further established in the show where Euron is credited with the raid on Lannisport in the first rebellion, Euron further cements this during his assault on [[spoiler: Yara's Iron Fleet by killing two of the Sand Snakes, capturing Yara himself, and overall taking out half of Danaerys' alliance in one fell swoop.]]

to:

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Similar to his book counterpart, Euron Greyjoy is known to be the most dangerous figure in the Iron Islands and gives the Ironborn real menace, showing intelligence, cunning, ambition, combat prowess, and competence. This is further established in the show where Euron is credited with the raid on Lannisport in the first rebellion, Euron then he further cements on this during his assault on [[spoiler: Yara's Iron Fleet by killing two of the Sand Snakes, capturing Yara himself, and overall taking out half of Danaerys' alliance in one fell swoop.]]
1st Sep '17 2:03:03 PM G-Editor
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's the first to leap into battle during his assault on [[spoiler:Yara's Iron Fleet. In the ensuing battle, he kills Obara and Nymeria and captures his niece.]]

to:

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's Similar to his book counterpart, Euron Greyjoy is known to be the most dangerous figure in the Iron Islands and gives the Ironborn real menace, showing intelligence, cunning, ambition, combat prowess, and competence. This is further established in the show where Euron is credited with the raid on Lannisport in the first to leap into battle rebellion, Euron further cements this during his assault on [[spoiler:Yara's [[spoiler: Yara's Iron Fleet. In Fleet by killing two of the ensuing battle, he kills Obara Sand Snakes, capturing Yara himself, and Nymeria and captures his niece.overall taking out half of Danaerys' alliance in one fell swoop.]]



* GeniusBruiser : Similar to his book counterpart, Euron Greyjoy gives the Ironborn real menace, showing intelligence, cunning, ambition, combat prowess, and competence. In the show, Euron is credited with the raid on Lannisport in the first rebellion, establishing that he was always the most dangerous figure in the Iron Islands. [[spoiler: Euron further cements this, by giving Danaerys a brutal blow, taking out Dorne, Yara and Theon. In effect, he took out half of her alliance in one fell swoop.]]
This list shows the last 10 events of 1029. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Characters.GameOfThronesHouseGreyjoy