History Characters / GameOfThronesHouseStark

27th Jul '16 8:12:14 PM damus2300
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[[folder:King Robb Stark]]

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[[folder:King Robb [[folder:Robb Stark]]



[[folder: King Jon Snow]]

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[[folder: King Jon [[folder:Jon Snow]]



* MythologyGag: [[spoiler:After being made king, Jon is called The White Wolf which is a reference to the inverted colors of House Stark. This is similar to another bastard king, the Black Dragon Daemon Blackfyre.]]



[[folder:Princess Sansa Stark]]

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[[folder:Princess Sansa [[folder:Sansa Stark]]



[[folder:Princess Arya Stark]]

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[[folder:Princess [[folder: Arya Stark]]



[[folder:Prince Brandon "Bran" Stark]]

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[[folder:Prince [[folder: Brandon "Bran" Stark]]



[[folder:Prince Rickon Stark]]

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[[folder:Prince [[folder: Rickon Stark]]



[[folder:Queen Talisa Stark, née Maegyr]]

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[[folder:Queen Talisa Stark, née !!!Extended Family
[[folder:Talisa
Maegyr]]
24th Jul '16 10:55:21 AM NOYB
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The oldest of the Great Houses of Westeros, very big on honor and tradition. Once, the Starks were Kings in the North and the Kings of Winter, but after Aegon's conquest and the reformation of the seven kingdoms the Starks' rank was reduced to Wardens of the North. The old titles are revived following the execution of Ned Stark and his son's acclamation as King. In the aftermath of the Red Wedding, House Stark was believed to be extinguished with Robb Stark and his family being murdered (though some of his siblings still survive), with their lands, titles and seat of power handed over to House Bolton.[[spoiler:After the Second Battle of Winterfell House Bolton is destroyed and the Starks are restored to power with Jon Snow as the new King in the North]]

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The oldest of the Great Houses of Westeros, very big on honor and tradition. Once, the Starks were Kings in the North and the Kings of Winter, but after Aegon's conquest and the reformation of the seven kingdoms the Starks' rank was reduced to Wardens of the North. The old titles are revived following the execution of Ned Stark and his son's acclamation as King. In the aftermath of the Red Wedding, House Stark was believed to be extinguished with Robb Stark and his family being murdered (though some of his siblings still survive), with their lands, titles and seat of power handed over to House Bolton. [[spoiler:After the Second Battle of Winterfell Winterfell, House Bolton is destroyed and the Starks are restored to power with Jon Snow as the new King in the North]]
22nd Jul '16 2:48:26 PM Mareon
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* SupportingLeader: [[spoiler: Since Season Six revealed that Bran is the new [[BigGood Three-Eyed Raven]] and that Jon was the hidden Prince to the Kingdom, it is clear that [[Literature/TheLOrdOfTheRings Jon is Aragorn to Bran's Frodo]]]]

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* SupportingLeader: [[spoiler: Since Season Six revealed that Bran is the new [[BigGood Three-Eyed Raven]] and that Jon [[MosesInTheBullrushes was the hidden Prince to the Kingdom, Kingdom,]] it is clear that [[Literature/TheLOrdOfTheRings Jon is the Aragorn to Bran's Frodo]]]]
22nd Jul '16 1:49:47 AM Sagetsu
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* SignificantWardrobeShift: Season 6 piles it up with Jon's wardrobe changes once he [[spoiler: leaves the Night's Watch, pointing to his reclamation of his Stark roots. His 24HourArmor is the exact kind Ned and Robb wore for most of their battle scenes in previous seasons--{{Foreshadowing}} his rise as the King in the North come the season finale]]. In addition, Sansa [[EnforcedTrope enforces it]] by making him [[spoiler: a wolf pelt coat explicitly based off Ned's, as we saw in his very first scene in Season 1]].

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* SignificantWardrobeShift: Season 6 piles it up with Jon's wardrobe changes once he [[spoiler: leaves the Night's Watch, pointing to his reclamation of his Stark roots. His 24HourArmor TwentyFourHourArmor is the exact kind Ned and Robb wore for most of their battle scenes in previous seasons--{{Foreshadowing}} his rise as the King in the North come the season finale]]. In addition, Sansa [[EnforcedTrope enforces it]] by making him [[spoiler: a wolf pelt coat explicitly based off Ned's, as we saw in his very first scene in Season 1]].
22nd Jul '16 1:48:56 AM Sagetsu
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* SignificantWardrobeShift: Season 6 piles it up with Jon's wardrobe changes once he [[spoiler: leaves the Night's Watch, pointing to his reclamation of his Stark roots. His 24HourArmor is the exact kind Ned and Robb wore for most of their battle scenes in previous seasons--{{Foreshadowing}} his rise as the King in the North come the season finale]]. In addition, Sansa [[EnforcedTrope enforces it]] by making him [[spoiler: a wolf pelt coat explicitly based off Ned's, as we saw in his very first scene in Season 1]].
22nd Jul '16 12:31:27 AM TrollBrutal
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* PhraseCatcher: "You must be Ned Stark's bastard". Uttered by nearly ''every'' single person who meets him for the first time. [[spoiler: Somewhere Rhaegar Targaryen must be rolling his eyes.]]
** And of course " You know nothing, Jon Snow", courtesy of Ygritte.

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* PhraseCatcher: PhraseCatcher:
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"You must be Ned Stark's bastard". Uttered by nearly ''every'' single person who meets him for the first time. [[spoiler: Somewhere Rhaegar Targaryen must be rolling his eyes.]]
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** And of course " You "You know nothing, Jon Snow", courtesy of Ygritte.
21st Jul '16 2:01:51 PM Mareon
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21st Jul '16 2:01:49 PM Mareon
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* SupportingLeader: [[spoiler: Since Season Six revealed that Bran is the new [[BigGood Three-Eyed Raven]] and that Jon was the hidden Prince to the Kingdom, it is clear that [[Literature/TheLOrdOfTheRings Jon is Aragorn to Bran's Frodo]]]]
21st Jul '16 3:28:18 AM leraluna
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* NaiveNewcomer: To the North side of the Wall, where he knows nothing.

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* NaiveNewcomer: To the North side of the Wall, where [[CatchPhrase he knows nothing.nothing]].



* PhraseCatcher: "You must be Ned Stark's bastard". Uttered by nearly ''every'' single person who meets him for the first time, and "You know nothing, Jon Snow", courtesy of Ygritte.

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* PhraseCatcher: "You must be Ned Stark's bastard". Uttered by nearly ''every'' single person who meets him for the first time, and "You time. [[spoiler: Somewhere Rhaegar Targaryen must be rolling his eyes.]]
** And of course " You
know nothing, Jon Snow", courtesy of Ygritte.
20th Jul '16 10:55:45 PM NOYB
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* GetOut: [[spoiler: He is horrified to learn that Melisandre, the woman who brought him back from the dead, burned Shireen Baratheon alive. However he moderates Davos's calls for execution since Mel did ressurect him, and so banishes her instead, on pain of death.]]

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* GetOut: [[spoiler: He is horrified to learn that Melisandre, the woman who brought him back from the dead, burned Shireen Baratheon alive. However he moderates Davos's calls for execution since Mel did ressurect resurrect him, and so banishes her instead, on pain of death.]]
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