History Characters / GameOfThronesHouseGreyjoy

30th Jan '16 3:55:17 AM Silverblade2
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* AnimalMotifs[=/=]EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: Their sigil is the Kraken. The Greyjoys think its intimidating and even Olenna thinks it's an impressive sigil. Ramsay Snow however, notes that it's a bit less impressive than they would wish to believe.
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* AnimalMotifs[=/=]EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: AnimalMotifs: Their sigil is the Kraken. The Greyjoys think its intimidating and even Olenna thinks it's an impressive sigil. Ramsay Snow however, notes that it's a bit less impressive than they would wish to believe.

* OrcusOnHisThrone[=/=]NonActionBigBad: For all his talk about "I take what is mine", he hasn't actually left Pyke in his campaign to conquer the North. So far only his children have done any actual fighting and conquering.
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* OrcusOnHisThrone[=/=]NonActionBigBad: OrcusOnHisThrone: For all his talk about "I take what is mine", he hasn't actually left Pyke in his campaign to conquer the North. So far only his children have done any actual fighting and conquering.

* FaceDeathWithDignity[=/=]DefiantToTheEnd: He attempts to do this, planning to charge into battle against the Northern forces that have come for him and kill as many men as he can before he dies. Instead, his own men knock him out and sell him to the enemy.
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* FaceDeathWithDignity[=/=]DefiantToTheEnd: FaceDeathWithDignity: He attempts to do this, planning to charge into battle against the Northern forces that have come for him and kill as many men as he can before he dies. Instead, his own men knock him out and sell him to the enemy.

* DaddysGirl[=/=]DaddysLittleVillain: Is clearly much more favoured than her brother by their father and is similarly eager to aid his efforts in attacking the North. However, both are awesomely averted in the finale of Season 3 where Balon's disgustingly cruel dismissal of Theon as [[GroinAttack "not being a man anymore"]] and his desire to leave him to his nightmarish fate at the hands of Ramsay Snow cause her to openly disobey his command and sail off with her own team to save her brother.
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* DaddysGirl[=/=]DaddysLittleVillain: DaddysLittleVillain: Is clearly much more favoured than her brother by their father and is similarly eager to aid his efforts in attacking the North. However, both are awesomely averted in the finale of Season 3 where Balon's disgustingly cruel dismissal of Theon as [[GroinAttack "not being a man anymore"]] and his desire to leave him to his nightmarish fate at the hands of Ramsay Snow cause her to openly disobey his command and sail off with her own team to save her brother.

* PsychoticSmirk[=/=]SlasherSmile: Has a grin everytime an Ironborn [[KickTheDog kicks a dog]].
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* PsychoticSmirk[=/=]SlasherSmile: PsychoticSmirk: Has a grin everytime an Ironborn [[KickTheDog kicks a dog]].
23rd Jan '16 4:30:34 AM KilgoreTrout
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** His skill with the bow is almost certainly taken away from him along with many of his fingers.
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** His skill with the bow is almost certainly taken away from him along with many of his fingers.at least one finger.

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** His skill Subsequent episodes show that Theon still has most of the fingers on his ''right'' hand at least. He was able to hold the razor with the bow is almost certainly taken away from him along with many that hand when giving Ramsay a shave, and there's a closeup of a glove being put on his fingers.hand before he's sent to Moat Cailin. Most likely because he wouldn't be much use as a slave if he couldn't hold or carry anything.
15th Jan '16 9:36:05 AM Anddrix
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* AdaptationNameChange: From Asha to Yara, because the producers thought [[ViewersAreMorons viewers would get her confused with Osha]].
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* AdaptationNameChange: From Asha to Yara, because the producers thought [[ViewersAreMorons viewers would get her confused with Osha]].Osha.
18th Dec '15 8:40:49 PM Vox
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* PlayingGertrude: The guy playing Euron is actually year younger than the actress playing Yara. And ''forty'' years younger than the actor playing Balon.
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* PlayingGertrude: The guy playing Euron is actually a year younger than the actress playing Yara. And ''forty'' years younger than the actor playing Balon.
18th Dec '15 8:24:00 PM Vox
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* SoreLoser: He bitches and moans incessantly about his losses, even though his belief in the Iron Price means [[{{Hypocrite}} everything he lost was taken fairly because he wasn't strong enough to keep it.]] He's also fond of referring to northerners as a bunch of soft girly weaklings, even though they've ''repeatedly'' whooped his ass.
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* SoreLoser: He bitches and moans incessantly about his losses, even though his belief in the Iron Price means [[{{Hypocrite}} everything he lost was taken fairly because he wasn't strong enough to keep it.]] He's also fond of referring to northerners as a bunch of soft girly weaklings, even though they've ''repeatedly'' whooped his ass.ass and taken his stuff, which should, according to his own fucked up belief system, prove that they're stronger than him.
16th Dec '15 2:00:17 PM Vox
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* SoreLoser: He bitches and moans incessantly about his losses, even though his belief in the Iron Price means [[{{Hypocrite}} everything he lost was taken fairly because he wasn't strong enough to keep it.]] He's also fond of referring to northerners as a bunch of soft girly weaklings, even though they've ''repeatedly'' whooped his ass.
5th Dec '15 12:01:11 PM makarovak47
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* CatchPhrase: "Pay the iron price" has been said more times than their actual motto, "We do not sow".

* {{Determinator}}: Invoked by their aforementioned BadassCreed.

* SparedByTheAdaptation: He died in the third book, which was around Seasons 3 and 4 in the show. He's still alive as of the Season 5 finale.

* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: The show puts more emphasis on Theon's ConflictingLoyalty to his two families and [[DudeWheresMyRespect his desire to be respected]]. His torture from Ramsay's hands are also showcased directly (and a lot) compared to the books.

* BrokenPedestal: Spends most of his life believing that all Iron Born are {{Proud Warrior Race Guy}}s who [[DefiantToTheEnd fights to the bitter end]]. He realized how wrong he was the hard way when his men sold him to the Boltons.

* CareerEndingInjury: It is heavily implied that the injuries he suffered from Ramsay's tortures ended his career as a warrior. His limp in particular permanently damaged his maneuverability.

* ThickerThanWater: The reason of his FaceHeelTurn.
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* ThickerThanWater: The reason of for his FaceHeelTurn.

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* ThickerThanWater: The reason of UngratefulBastard: How the Northerners view him after his FaceHeelTurn.siege of Winterfell.

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* ThickerThanWater: The reason OlderSidekick: He's more older and experienced than Theon, yet he serves as the latter's NumberTwo during the siege of his FaceHeelTurn.Winterfell.
22nd Oct '15 8:37:46 AM gnarlynyarly2
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* CombatPragmatist: Though he's not really that pragmatic in other ways, from what we see, Theon actually has a fair measure of success in combat because he's sneaky and doesn't fight fairly.
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* CombatPragmatist: He has shades of this. Though he's not really that pragmatic in other ways, from what we see, Theon actually has a fair measure of success in combat because he's sneaky and doesn't fight fairly.

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* CombatPragmatist: Though ** Finally, in Season 5, [[spoiler: he saves Sansa Stark from a world of hurt by chucking Myranda to her DisneyVillainDeath, a feat that he accomplishes by attacking from behind and subverting her expectations that he's not really totally Ramsay's creature (though that pragmatic may not have factored in other ways, from what we see, Theon actually has a fair measure of success in combat because he's sneaky and doesn't fight fairly. his decision to do it).]]
22nd Oct '15 8:23:37 AM gnarlynyarly2
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* CombatPragmatist: Though he's not really that pragmatic in other ways, from what we see, Theon actually has a fair measure of success in combat because he's sneaky and doesn't fight fairly. **In Season 1, he rescues Bran and ends the standoff between Robb and the wildlings by shooting their leader in the back. **In Season 2, he manages to capture Winterfell by trickery and stealth. He also successfully unleashes a NoHoldsBarredBeatDown on Black Lorren by exploiting the element of surprise.
19th Oct '15 12:48:05 AM TrollBrutal
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* AdaptationalHeroism: While his overall actions aren't that much different between book and tv series, Theon's arrogance and cruelty are toned down in the show.
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