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25th Oct '16 7:48:43 PM nombretomado
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* CastingGag: Dotrice read most of the ''[=aSoIaF=]'' audiobooks (and several stories for GeorgeRRMartin's ''Dreamsongs'' audiobook), and reprises the voices he used for this character whilst recording them.

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* CastingGag: Dotrice read most of the ''[=aSoIaF=]'' audiobooks (and several stories for GeorgeRRMartin's Creator/GeorgeRRMartin's ''Dreamsongs'' audiobook), and reprises the voices he used for this character whilst recording them.
14th Sep '16 1:28:19 PM leraluna
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** A more subtle one to Jon Snow: HeroicBastard? Check. Close brotherly relationship with Arya? Check. Royal lineage? Check.
*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, Jon Snow is actually Rhaegar Targaryen's son - meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen).

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** A more subtle one to Jon Snow: HeroicBastard? Check. Close brotherly relationship with Arya? Check. Royal lineage? Check.
[[spoiler: Clueless about their SecretLegacy? Check. [[LastOfHisKind Last Of Their Kind]] ''Definitely'' check (in Jon's case, it's the male kind).]]
*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Jon Snow is actually Rhaegar Targaryen's son - meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen). Bonus for Robert and Rhaegar being [[{{Archenemy}} archenemies]] and yet fathering two boys that foil each other.]]



* HiddenBackupPrince: In a perfect world, he'd be King Gendry I Baratheon right now, but as it stands he's just a royal bastard.

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* HiddenBackupPrince: Averted. In a perfect world, he'd be King Gendry I Baratheon right now, but as it stands he's just a royal bastard.bastard. [[spoiler: Though it's not impossible that he will end up playing some important role, given that save for him, House Baratheon is extinct.]]
24th Aug '16 1:32:37 AM damus2300
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!The Brotherhood Without Banners

->''"That's what we are: ghosts, waiting for you in the dark. You can't see us, but we see you. No matter whose cloak you wear -- Lannister, Stark, Baratheon -- you prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down."''
-->-- '''Lord Beric Dondarrion'''

The Brotherhood Without Banners is an outlaw group formed by Lord Beric Dondarrion from the remnants of his host, sent by Ned Stark to execute Ser Gregor Clegane. Now, they protect the smallfolk of the Riverlands from the high lords, whether Stark, Tully, or Lannister, but especially from the Lannister's scorched earth tactics. As a consequence, the Brotherhood are considered brigands.

[[folder:In General]]
* AdaptedOut: [[spoiler:Season 6 confirms that Lord Beric Dondarrion is still leading the Brotherhood, which confirms definitively that Lady Stoneheart is removed from the show]].
* AdaptationalHeroism: [[spoiler: Since Lady Stoneheart does not take over from Lord Beric, the Brotherhood don't get DarkerAndEdgier and don't devolve into becoming KnightTemplar. They treat the Hound ethically when he returns and refuse to torture and mutilate Lem Lemoncloak and other renegades, and offer them a clean death]].
* AdaptationalVillainy: The Brotherhood without Banners of the books were KnightTemplar, HangingJudge willing to mete out harsh punishment on their targets without due process. The Brotherhood in the show are corrupt hypocrites who claim to protect the smallfolk but aren't above selling Gendry if it's the will of the Lord of Light.
* BoisterousBruiser: An entire group of these.
* {{Deconstruction}}: Of RobinHood's Merry Men. They do protect the poor (at least they try), but they do not steal from the rich to give to them, and they aren't above selling some poor bloke off for money to fund their fight.
* DemotedToExtra: The Siege of Riverrun plotline had seemingly been cut from the show, and with it the Brotherhood's role in the books beyond Arya's interaction with them.
** TheBusCameBack: However with the return of the Seige Of Riverrun, in the latter half of season six, they have finally returned.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Beric and Thoros.
* LaResistance: They hate the Lannisters and continue opposing the Crown until Season 6, paying greater attention to the coming winter.
* LoveableRogue: Imagine the Merry Men in Westeros. Occassionally they are not as lovable, as when they give Gendry to Melisandre breaking a vow of protection.
* TheOathbreaker: As far as Arya is concerned, they are all liars and traitors, because they broke their promises to Gendry. The Brotherhood for their part [[spoiler:see Lem Lemoncloak as true oathbreakers and execute him and his colleagues]].
* PragmaticHero: They've got more good-guy indicia than pretty much any other faction (even the Starks, who are ultimately self interested; see Robb's unilateral decision to give Harrenhal to Walder Frey), but they're willing to compromise their principles if it means being able to continue the fight (which, as Thoros repeatedly emphasizes, they need gold to do).
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: They're competent enough to get by and become a pain in the arse for the Lannisters, but at the end of the day they aren't the decisive force fighting against them, and they lack the funding necessary.
* TheRemnant: Of the host of Stark and Baratheon men send by Ned to execute the Mountain back in Season One. They consider themselves bannermen loyal to the late King Robert, despite him being, well, late. They're one of the only anti-Lannister forces in central Westeros to survive after the Red Wedding, and really the only anti-Lannister force in central Westeros when they reappear in late Season 6 - when other anti-Lannister rebellions start up again too.
* WackyWaysideTribe: More substantial than most, but the action has definitely moved away from them.
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[[folder:Lord Beric Dondarrion]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dondarrion_beric_1691.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"Fighting in a war makes you a soldier."'']]
[[caption-width-right:350:[[labelnote:Click to see Beric as played by David Michael Scott.]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dondarrion_beric_scott_6883.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
->'''Played By:''' David Michael Scott & Richard Dormer

->'''Dondarrion''': You stand accused of murder, but no one here knows the truth of the charge, so it is not for us to judge you. Only the Lord of Light may do that now. I sentence you to trial by combat.\\
'''Sandor''': So, who will it be? Shall we find out if your fire god really loves you, priest? Or you, archer? What are you worth with a sword in your hand? Or is the little girl the bravest one here?\\
'''Dondarrion''': Aye. She might be. But it's me you'll fight.

Lord of Blackhaven and head of House Dondarrion. Dondarrion is a Stormlord dispatched by Ned Stark to bring the King's Justice to Ser Gregor Clegane for his crimes. After the deaths of Stark and King Robert, Dondarrion formed the Brotherhood Without Banners, dedicated to protecting the smallfolk of the Riverlands from the war.

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!The Brotherhood Without Banners

->''"That's what we are: ghosts, waiting for you in the dark. You can't see us, but we see you. No matter whose cloak you wear -- Lannister, Stark, Baratheon -- you prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down."''
-->-- '''Lord Beric Dondarrion'''

The Brotherhood Without Banners is an outlaw group formed by Lord Beric Dondarrion from the remnants of his host, sent by Ned Stark to execute Ser Gregor Clegane. Now, they protect the smallfolk of the Riverlands from the high lords, whether Stark, Tully, or Lannister, but especially from the Lannister's scorched earth tactics. As a consequence, the Brotherhood are considered brigands.

[[folder:In General]]
* AdaptedOut: [[spoiler:Season 6 confirms that Lord Beric Dondarrion is still leading the Brotherhood, which confirms definitively that Lady Stoneheart is removed from the show]].
* AdaptationalHeroism: [[spoiler: Since Lady Stoneheart does not take over from Lord Beric, the Brotherhood don't get DarkerAndEdgier and don't devolve into becoming KnightTemplar. They treat the Hound ethically when he returns and refuse to torture and mutilate Lem Lemoncloak and other renegades, and offer them a clean death]].
* AdaptationalVillainy: The Brotherhood without Banners of the books were KnightTemplar, HangingJudge willing to mete out harsh punishment on their targets without due process. The Brotherhood in the show are corrupt hypocrites who claim to protect the smallfolk but aren't above selling Gendry if it's the will of the Lord of Light.
* BoisterousBruiser: An entire group of these.
* {{Deconstruction}}: Of RobinHood's Merry Men. They do protect the poor (at least they try), but they do not steal from the rich to give to them, and they aren't above selling some poor bloke off for money to fund their fight.
* DemotedToExtra: The Siege of Riverrun plotline had seemingly been cut from the show, and with it the Brotherhood's role in the books beyond Arya's interaction with them.
** TheBusCameBack: However with the return of the Seige Of Riverrun, in the latter half of season six, they have finally returned.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Beric and Thoros.
* LaResistance: They hate the Lannisters and continue opposing the Crown until Season 6, paying greater attention to the coming winter.
* LoveableRogue: Imagine the Merry Men in Westeros. Occassionally they are not as lovable, as when they give Gendry to Melisandre breaking a vow of protection.
* TheOathbreaker: As far as Arya is concerned, they are all liars and traitors, because they broke their promises to Gendry. The Brotherhood for their part [[spoiler:see Lem Lemoncloak as true oathbreakers and execute him and his colleagues]].
* PragmaticHero: They've got more good-guy indicia than pretty much any other faction (even the Starks, who are ultimately self interested; see Robb's unilateral decision to give Harrenhal to Walder Frey), but they're willing to compromise their principles if it means being able to continue the fight (which, as Thoros repeatedly emphasizes, they need gold to do).
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: They're competent enough to get by and become a pain in the arse for the Lannisters, but at the end of the day they aren't the decisive force fighting against them, and they lack the funding necessary.
* TheRemnant: Of the host of Stark and Baratheon men send by Ned to execute the Mountain back in Season One. They consider themselves bannermen loyal to the late King Robert, despite him being, well, late. They're one of the only anti-Lannister forces in central Westeros to survive after the Red Wedding, and really the only anti-Lannister force in central Westeros when they reappear in late Season 6 - when other anti-Lannister rebellions start up again too.
* WackyWaysideTribe: More substantial than most, but the action has definitely moved away from them.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lord Beric Dondarrion]]

! Prostitutes

[[folder:Ros]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dondarrion_beric_1691.org/pmwiki/pub/images/3af4f32560e87d656d0b4f19c275f2c1.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"Fighting in a war makes [[caption-width-right:350:''[[IronicEcho "Do you a soldier."'']]
[[caption-width-right:350:[[labelnote:Click to see Beric as played by David Michael Scott.]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dondarrion_beric_scott_6883.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
have any idea how ridiculous you sound?"]]'']]
->'''Played By:''' David Michael Scott & Richard Dormer

->'''Dondarrion''': You stand accused of murder, but no one here knows the truth of the charge, so it is
Esmé Bianco

->''"It's
not easy for girls like us to judge you. Only the Lord of Light may do that now. I sentence you to trial by combat.\\
'''Sandor''': So,
dig our way out."''

A popular prostitute at Winterfell,
who will it be? Shall we find out if your fire god really loves you, priest? Or you, archer? What are you worth with a sword in your hand? Or is the little girl the bravest one here?\\
'''Dondarrion''': Aye. She might be. But it's me you'll fight.

Lord of Blackhaven and head of House Dondarrion. Dondarrion is a Stormlord dispatched by Ned Stark
later heads to bring the King's Justice to Ser Gregor Clegane for his crimes. After the deaths of Stark and King Robert, Dondarrion formed the Brotherhood Without Banners, dedicated to protecting the smallfolk of the Riverlands from the war.Landing.



* AgeLift: In the books, he's supposed to be in his early twenties. Richard Dormer is clearly older. [[labelnote:From the books...]]However, he is described as looking much older when he resurfaces in the third book, for good reason.[[/labelnote]]
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In the books, resurrection doesn't heal his wounds, so he looks quite gaunt, like a scarecrow version of the man he once was.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Beric Dondarrion is a pretty cool name.
* BackFromTheDead: Five times before he's reintroduced in Season 3, and a sixth onscreen.
* BadassBaritone: When played by Richard Dormer.
* BadassBeard: See the picture.
* BadassBoast:
--> '''Beric:''' That's what we are: Ghosts. Waiting for you in the dark. You can't see us, but we see you. No matter whose cloak you wear -- Lannister, Stark, Baratheon -- you prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down.
* CameBackWrong: With each resurrection, this happens more so each time.
* ColonelBadass: Starts out as this, when Robert Baratheon is alive.
* ChekhovsGunman: Has only a brief appearance in the first season, is an important character in Season 3.
* DamagedSoul: Every time he's resurrected he loses some memories of his life. Less so than in the books, where the experience has clearly traumatized him.
* DeathIsCheap: Because Thoros keeps resurrecting him, he puts himself in harm's way even more eagerly.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: Ser Beric was always a capable fighter, but there's something special about him that allows Thoros to bring him back six times from death.
* EveryScarHasAStory: Recalls how he got them; one per death and resurrection, at least.
* EyepatchOfPower: Gained during his time [[PutOnABus on the Bus.]] He was [[EyeScream stabbed through the eye]] by Lannister soldiers. It was his fifth death.
* EyePatchAfterTimeSkip: See the spoiler above.
* FlamingSword: He uses on in duel that is ignited by his own blood.
* FourStarBadass: Practically a general for the Brotherhood.
* TheHero: Along with Thoros, Dondarrion is literally the few characters in Westeros who's actually altruistic. Subverted when they sell Gendry to Melisandre.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: His story could probably be a show in itself but most of it happens offscreen.
* KnightInShiningArmor: Subverted.
* TheManTheyCouldntHang: Note the rope marks around his neck. It turns out that the Lannisters actually did hang him, but Thoros brought him back.
* MasterSwordsman: Of ability comparable to Sandor Clegane, who only managed to kill him because his sword broke. Before that, though, Dondarrion had a considerable psychological advantage by wielding a flaming sword against a pyrophobic enemy.
* TheNothingAfterDeath: When Melisandre asks him what it was like on "the other side", he says that he only ever sees darkness before he is revived. Though that may be because the Lord of Light isn't done with him.
* ThePaladin: See TheHero, above.
* PurposeDrivenImmortality: It's implied whatever force is allowing him to come back to life, is because his task is not finished yet.
* RealMenLoveJesus: He has converted to the religion of the Lord of Light. And while he's not TheFundamentalist, he does consider himself a servant of the god.
* RebelLeader: After King Robert and Lord Eddard die, the Brotherhood becomes a resistance movement against Lannister encroachment in the Riverlands. In the second season of the show, the first instinct of Lannister officers when the Tickler and Amory Lorch are murdered, is to suspect it to be the work of infiltrators from the Brotherhood.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler:Is very much alive in Season 6 of the show, whereas his book counterpart died permanently offscreen shortly after Arya last saw him.]]
* WeHelpTheHelpless: "You prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down." Unless the Lord of Light commands the opposite.

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* AgeLift: AnOfferYouCantRefuse: In the books, he's supposed "The Night Lands", Littlefinger tells her to be in his early twenties. Richard Dormer is clearly older. [[labelnote:From the books...]]However, he is described stop sobbing or bad things will happen.
* AscendedExtra: Hard to believe she started out
as looking much older when he resurfaces in the third book, for good reason.[[/labelnote]]
just "Redheaded Whore." The producers were so impressed by her performance (specifically how she didn't give any indication that freezing cold bothered her) they kept bringing her back.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: BreakTheCutie: In the books, resurrection doesn't heal his wounds, so he looks quite gaunt, like a scarecrow version of the man he once was.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Beric Dondarrion is a pretty cool name.
* BackFromTheDead: Five times before he's reintroduced in
Season 3, and a sixth onscreen.
* BadassBaritone: When played by Richard Dormer.
* BadassBeard: See the picture.
* BadassBoast:
--> '''Beric:''' That's what we are: Ghosts. Waiting for you in the dark. You
Two. First Littlefinger hints that he'll kill her if she can't see us, but we see you. No matter whose cloak you wear -- Lannister, Stark, Baratheon -- you prey stop crying over the murder of Mhaegen's baby, and then Joffrey forces her to torture another prostitute. And ''then'' Cersei keeps her as a hostage for Tyrion's good behaviour, after having her roughed up a bit.
* CanonForeigner: Not in the books.
* ChekhovsGun: That Lannister necklace she's wearing was given to her by Tyrion. This is what leads Cersei to believe that she is the whore that Tyrion has fallen in love with.
* ColdBloodedTorture: Forced to perform it
on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners prostitute Daisy by Joffrey, under threat that she will hunt you down.
get the same if she refuses.
* CameBackWrong: With each resurrection, CompositeCharacter: She seems to be based on a Winterfell girl named Kyra, and also takes the role of Chataya (being a madam) and Alayaya (being mistaken for Tyrion's lover and subsequently arrested) in Season Two.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Strung up to be tortured to death by a sadist.
* DropDeadGorgeous: While not being naked, her dress was still rather skimpy and torn in delicate places.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: We see her corpse briefly in a montage. There is no build up to
this happens more so each time.
happening.
* ColonelBadass: Starts FanDisservice: Her final scene depicts her hanging half naked from a bed, after being riddled with crossbow bolts by Joffrey.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: In Season Two, Littlefinger threatens to sell her to some sadist if she turns
out to be a "bad investment".
* HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath: Has a minor breakdown after seeing the Goldcloaks murder Mhaegen's baby.
* HiddenDepths: While most characters dismiss her
as this, just a regular prostitute, it's frequently shown that she's actually quite on the ball and highly savvy. Both Littlefinger and Varys have noticed this and have respectively appointed her as their right hand woman by end of the second season. She warns Shae to keep an eye on Sansa, ''[[WifeHusbandry particularly]]'' around Littlefinger. In series 3 we learn she can read which as Varys points out is rare for a woman who started off where she did.
* HighClassCallGirl: She aspired to be one
when Robert Baratheon she was in the North, and eventually worked her way up to be one in King's Landing.
* HopeSpot: Things finally seem to be turning up a little for Ros after Littlefinger's horrible treatment of her in Season Two when she becomes Varys's spy. Unfortunately, this hope spot
is alive.
short lived since Littlefinger sells her off to Joffrey who proceeds to use her as target practice for his new crossbow and kills her.
* ChekhovsGunman: Has only HookerWithAHeartOfGold: In "The Night Lands", her sincere crying after the assassination of baby Barra contrasts with the reactions coming from Cersei ([[BelievingTheirOwnLies it's bad but it had to be done]]), Tyrion ([[TheChessmaster it's a brief appearance bad political move]]), and Littlefinger (it's bad, but crying [[CorruptCorporateExecutive is bad for business too so shut up]]).
* KilledOffScreen: In "The Climb", we find out that Littlefinger sold her to Joffrey as target practice for his crossbow.
* KillTheCutie: A Cutie killed by Joffrey.
* MissKitty: By the second season, she has become Littlefinger's right hand woman and trains the new prostitutes.
* TheMole: After her miserable experiences with both Joffrey and Littlefinger near the end of the second season, she jumps at the opportunity to become Varys's mole
in Littlefinger's camp when he offers it to her.
* MsFanservice: In
the first season, at least. Since then, she's kept her (still quite flattering and occasionally {{Stripperiffic}}) clothes on.
* RagsToRiches: She's worked her way up from being a prostitute in the north to Littlefinger's righthand woman and a prized and respected employee of Varys as well.
* ServileSnarker: She doesn't hesitate to put Tyrion and Theon in their place.
* SherlockScan: Is immediately able to figure out that Shae, posing as Sansa's handmaiden at the time, used to be a whore.
* ThrowTheDogABone: After spending most of the season being traumatized, threatened, abused and held hostage, Ros' situation finally starts looking up in "Valar Morghulis", when Varys offers her a business partnership.
* TraumaCongaLine: Ros has a hard time on King's Landing. Witnessing infanticide, being threatened by Littlefinger to be [[SexSlave sold to a deviant]], being stuck [[ColdBloodedTorture in a room with Joffrey]], and [[IHaveYourWife kidnapped by Cersei]] to keep Tyrion in line. CanonForeigner or no, it's hard not to feel a bit sorry for her. This
is an important character all capped off in Season 3.
3's episode "The Climb" when Ros is sold off by Littlefinger to Joffrey who then brutally kills her by using her as target practice.
* DamagedSoul: Every time he's resurrected he loses some memories of his life. Less so than in the books, where the experience has clearly traumatized him.
* DeathIsCheap: Because Thoros keeps resurrecting him, he puts himself in harm's
ReallyGetsAround: Well, ''Cast'' Bicycle by now. In a way even more eagerly.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: Ser Beric was always a capable fighter, but there's something special about him
that allows Thoros makes her sort of like [[BeenThereShapedHistory Forrest Gump]], [[{{Dissimile}} if Gump slept with a lot of famous people]]. She has been a lover to bring him back six times Theon and Tyrion, was going to be Jon Snow's "first time," and gets to listen to a very plot-important monologue from death.
* EveryScarHasAStory: Recalls how
Littlefinger while he got them; one per death and resurrection, at least.
* EyepatchOfPower: Gained during his time [[PutOnABus
has her practice with another prostitute. She's also "hired" by Pycelle. Plays neatly into her other role on the Bus.]] He was [[EyeScream stabbed through the eye]] by Lannister soldiers. It was his fifth death.
show:
* EyePatchAfterTimeSkip: See the spoiler above.
* FlamingSword: He uses on in duel that is ignited by his own blood.
* FourStarBadass: Practically a general for the Brotherhood.
* TheHero: Along with Thoros, Dondarrion is literally the few
TheWatson: She gives several characters in Westeros who's actually altruistic. Subverted when they someone to explain things to without resorting to AsYouKnow. This method of InfoDump has become so prevalent that reviewers have started describing it as "sexposition", and Ros seems to be its main victim (perpetrator?).
* YankTheDogsChain: Littlefinger finds out about her espionage and has her brutally killed.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Littlefinger discovers Ros revealed his plans to Varys, he decides to
sell Gendry her to Melisandre.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: His story could probably be a show in itself but most of it happens offscreen.
* KnightInShiningArmor: Subverted.
* TheManTheyCouldntHang: Note the rope marks around his neck. It turns out that the Lannisters actually did hang him, but Thoros brought him back.
* MasterSwordsman: Of ability comparable to Sandor Clegane,
Joffrey, who only managed to kill him because his sword broke. Before that, though, Dondarrion had a considerable psychological advantage by wielding a flaming sword against a pyrophobic enemy.
* TheNothingAfterDeath: When Melisandre asks him what
as it was like on "the other side", he says that he only ever sees darkness before he is revived. Though that may be because the Lord of Light isn't done with him.
* ThePaladin: See TheHero, above.
* PurposeDrivenImmortality: It's implied whatever force is allowing him to come back to life, is because his task is not finished yet.
* RealMenLoveJesus: He
happens, has converted to the religion of the Lord of Light. And while got a new crossbow he's not TheFundamentalist, he does consider himself a servant of the god.
* RebelLeader: After King Robert and Lord Eddard die, the Brotherhood becomes a resistance movement against Lannister encroachment in the Riverlands. In the second season of the show, the first instinct of Lannister officers when the Tickler and Amory Lorch are murdered, is
been dying to suspect it to be the work of infiltrators from the Brotherhood.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler:Is very much alive in Season 6 of the show, whereas his book counterpart died permanently offscreen shortly after Arya last saw him.]]
* WeHelpTheHelpless: "You prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down." Unless the Lord of Light commands the opposite.
try out.



[[folder:Thoros of Myr]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/S3__282329_9062.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"There's no story so good a drink won't make it better."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Paul Kaye

->''"I've always been a terrible priest."''

A Red Priest of R'hllor and one of the leaders of the Brotherhood Without Banners. Has a flaming sword, and wears awesome red chain mail.

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[[folder:Thoros of Myr]]
[[folder:Olyvar]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/S3__282329_9062.org/pmwiki/pub/images/olyvar_330.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"There's no story so good [[caption-width-right:350:''"[[IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow I should like to see you spar with a drink won't make it better."'']]
proper partner, Ser.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Paul Kaye

->''"I've always been a terrible priest."''

Will Tudor

A Red Priest male prostitute of R'hllor and one Littlefinger's who is eventually placed in charge of the leaders of the Brotherhood Without Banners. Has a flaming sword, and wears awesome red chain mail.brothel while his boss is away.



* TheAlcoholic: What he became after he lost his faith.
* BadassBeard: See the picture.
* BadassCape: Made out of red chain-mail.
* BadassPreacher: He lost his faith, but regained it eventually.
* BaldOfAwesome: Manages to combine this and long hair.
* BloodMagic: Part of the power set of a Red Priest.
* BoisterousBruiser: Being ludicrously badass and carousing are among his favorite activities.
* CompositeCharacter: His introduction actually comes from Tom of Sevenstrings. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] on the show when Hot Pie hears him singing and wonders if he is a minstrel. Tom was really a minstrel; Thoros isn't.
* CrisisOfFaith: Terrible thing for him to say but by the time he came to Westeros he didn't believe in the lord. After saying the funeral words, R'hllor returned his friend Beric back to life and Thoros' faith returned with him.
* CulturedBadass: He's fluent in High Valyrian. Of course, as a Red Priest, he'd ''have'' to be.
* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: His ability to revive the dead is seen as this by Melisandre, to the point that she believes it should be impossible. [[spoiler: Not that it stops her from using it to revive Jon Snow.]]
* DeadpanSnarker
-->'''Anguy''': Half the country's starving but look at [Hot Pie].\\
'''Thoros''': Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: Thoros used to get by on his impressive sword skills, and by igniting his sword presumably with wildfire. In the present day he can create [[FlamingSword fiery swords]] through BloodMagic and bring people back from the dead.
* FlamingSword: Jaime and Jory both fondly recall him wielding one at the siege of Pyke. By Season 3, he can create on with BloodMagic. [[labelnote:From the Books...]]He coats the blade in wildfire to achieve the effect.[[/labelnote]]
* GoingNative: Years spent doing missionary work for R'hillor at Westeros has led him adopting their manners of speech and customs, to the point that he has kind of forsaken the religious fanatacism associated with R'hillor worship.
* GoodCounterpart: Of Melisandre. He's a Red Priest just like her, but he's also an extremely kind man who's dedicated his life to protecting the smallfolk of the Riverlands from the high lords, whether they be Stark, Tully, or Lannister.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: He has a scar on his forehead, vaguely in the shape of a flame. It's possible that he carved it himself as a sign of his faith.
* TheHeretic: Melisandre clearly seems to think his lack of strict adherence to his vows makes him one. Then again, ''[[TheFundamentalist she]]'' would!
* HiddenDepths:
** Behind the joking and drinking, Thoros is a skilled fighter -- he was first into the combat at Pyke during the Greyjoy Rebellion.
** In "The Climb", he reveals his backstory. His faith gradually eroded over the years, and eventually stopped believing in gods. When Lord Beric died, he muttered the words of R'hllor just as funeral rites for his fallen friend. When Lord Beric came back, he now believes again.
* TheLancer: To Dondarrion, who's the clearest leader of the Brotherhood, though he and Thoros actually share power pretty equally.
* MasterSwordsman: He's a very able swordsman, and has quite the reputation for being a dangerous foe.
* MemeticBadass: In-universe, at least to those that took part in the Siege of Pyke.
* NiceGuy: Pretty rare for a soldier of Westeros, but he still counts, deadpan moments aside. It doesn't stop him from selling Gendry to Mellisandre, but he actually takes longer to convince than the others.
* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Despite being from Myr, he doesn't have a noticeable Essosi accent. He may have lost it after all the years he's spent in Westeros.
* OneDegreeOfSeparation: Seems to be familiar with just about everyone, so far. He even knew Gendry's old master, Tobho Mott, and recognized the captured Sandor Clegane by sight. He was also present when the bodies of Prince Aegon and Princess Rhaenys were displayed before the Iron Throne. And he even knows Melisandre. [[labelnote:From the books...]]This is likely going to get even worse as Season 3 goes on. In the books, Thoros was a common drinking buddy of Robert Baratheon's, and fought with the royal forces against the Greyjoys in their rebellion, so he's likely met every high lord in Westeros and most of the lesser ones too. He also took part in the Tourney of the Hand, where he met Dondarrion and Anguy.[[/labelnote]]
* ReassignedToAntarctica: He came to Westeros with the impossible task of converting the drunkard, womanizing King Robert. At the time, Thoros himself was (by his own admission) a drunkard, a womanizer, and didn't even believe in the Lord of Light, so it's clear that it was not a reward.
* RedIsHeroic: He wears red mail.
* RememberTheNewGuy: Retroactively made into this, since his part in the first book was cut out (save for a cryptic reference by Jaime).

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* TheAlcoholic: What AllGaysArePromiscuous: He gives Loras the impression that he became enjoys casual sex with men, although the audience later discovers that it's part of his job description. In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'', it's confirmed that he is more than just "gay for pay" after he lost his faith.
all.
* BadassBeard: See BitchInSheepsClothing: Ultimately betrays Loras to the picture.
High Sparrow.
* BadassCape: Made out of red chain-mail.
* BadassPreacher:
CanonForeigner: He lost his faith, but regained it eventually.
* BaldOfAwesome: Manages to combine this and long hair.
* BloodMagic: Part of the power set of a Red Priest.
* BoisterousBruiser: Being ludicrously badass and carousing are among his favorite activities.
* CompositeCharacter: His introduction actually comes from Tom of Sevenstrings. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] on the show when Hot Pie hears him singing and wonders if he is a minstrel. Tom was really a minstrel; Thoros isn't.
* CrisisOfFaith: Terrible thing for him to say but by the time he came to Westeros he didn't believe
doesn't appear in the lord. After saying the funeral words, R'hllor returned his friend Beric back to life and Thoros' faith returned with him.
books.
* CulturedBadass: He's fluent in High Valyrian. Of course, as a Red Priest, he'd ''have'' to be.
* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: His ability to revive the dead is seen as this by Melisandre, to the point
EvenTheGuysWantHim: The bisexual Oberyn finds him so desirable that she believes it should be impossible. [[spoiler: Not he isn't at all deterred when Olyvar informs the prince that it stops her from using it to revive Jon Snow.]]
* DeadpanSnarker
-->'''Anguy''': Half the country's starving but look at [Hot Pie].\\
'''Thoros''': Maybe
he's "wildly expensive."
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: Or at least, Loras and Oberyn do.
* FemmeFataleSpy: Despite being a male character, he fits this trope, at least when it comes to Loras. Although given his comment about having shared
the reason half the country's starving.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: Thoros used to get by on his impressive sword skills,
beds of many unhappy husbands at court and by igniting his sword presumably with wildfire. In the present day he can create [[FlamingSword fiery swords]] through BloodMagic and bring people back from the dead.
* FlamingSword: Jaime and Jory both fondly recall him wielding one at the siege
being an employee of Pyke. By Season 3, he can create on with BloodMagic. [[labelnote:From the Books...]]He coats the blade in wildfire to achieve the effect.[[/labelnote]]
* GoingNative: Years spent doing missionary work for R'hillor at Westeros has led him adopting their manners of speech and customs, to the point that he has kind of forsaken the religious fanatacism associated with R'hillor worship.
* GoodCounterpart: Of Melisandre. He's a Red Priest just like her, but
Littlefinger's, he's also an extremely kind man who's dedicated probably played HoneyTrap to others.
* {{Foil}}: Much like Shae, he sells out
his life to protecting lover at a trial and gets him imprisoned, as well as driving him into a crazy rage.
* GenderFlip: In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E1TwoSwords Two Swords]]'', he becomes
the smallfolk of the Riverlands from the high lords, whether they be Stark, Tully, or Lannister.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: He has a scar on his forehead, vaguely
"blonde whore" that Oberyn and Ellaria want to fool around with in the shape of a flame. It's possible that he carved it himself as a sign of his faith.
novels.
* TheHeretic: Melisandre clearly seems to think his lack of strict adherence to his vows makes him one. Then again, ''[[TheFundamentalist she]]'' would!
* HiddenDepths:
** Behind the joking and drinking, Thoros is a skilled fighter -- he was first into the combat at Pyke during the Greyjoy Rebellion.
** In "The Climb", he reveals his backstory.
HoneyTrap: His faith gradually eroded over the years, and eventually stopped believing actual job in gods. practice.
* IncompatibleOrientation:
When Lord Beric died, he muttered Ellaria kisses him on the words lips in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of R'hllor just as funeral rites Chains]]'', he apologizes and says he has no taste for his fallen friend. When Lord Beric came back, he now believes again.
women.
* TheLancer: To Dondarrion, who's the clearest leader of the Brotherhood, though he and Thoros actually share power pretty equally.
* MasterSwordsman: He's a very able swordsman, and has quite the reputation for being a dangerous foe.
* MemeticBadass: In-universe, at least to those that took part in the Siege of Pyke.
* NiceGuy: Pretty rare for a soldier of Westeros, but he still counts, deadpan moments aside.
InstantSeduction: It doesn't stop take long for him from selling Gendry to Mellisandre, but worm his way into Loras' bed.
* IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow: He tells Loras, "I should like to see you spar with a proper partner, ser." They end up "sparring" in Loras' bed shortly afterwards.
* KlingonPromotion: How
he actually got his job as the brothel's acting manager. He assisted Littlefinger in a scheme that among other things blew the cover of his predecessor Ros, who subsequently got punished by death for her espionage. Given how open Littlefinger is about his treatment of "bad investments", Olyvar must have been well aware of these consequences.
* LoveInterestTraitor: After being in a relationship since season 3, Olyvar sells Loras out to the High Sparrow to save his own skin (and/or to aid Petyr's scheme to pit the Lannisters and Tyrells against each other).
* MaleFrontalNudity: In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E5KissedByFire Kissed by Fire]]'', ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'' and ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS5E1TheWarsToCome The Wars to Come]]''. Also accompanied by Male Back Nudity.
* MissKitty: By the time Season 4 begins, he has taken over Ros' role as Littlefinger's middle manager of the brothel.
* MrFanservice: Let's just say that his Adonis-like physique leaves absolutely ''nothing'' to the imagination.
* PrettyBoy: Fresh-faced and clean-shaven.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: He flees when The Sparrows conduct ThePurge against King's Landing's sinners, particularly homosexuals.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Ros. After her death, he
takes longer to convince than over the others.
* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Despite being from Myr, he doesn't have a noticeable Essosi accent. He may have lost it after all
role of the years show's main prostitute, provider of {{Fanservice}}, and receiver of {{Sexposition}}.
* TheSquire: He pretends to be one in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E5KissedByFire Kissed by Fire]]''.
* TheTwink: It was unclear in Season 3 what his sexual orientation was, but it's confirmed in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'' that
he's spent in Westeros.
* OneDegreeOfSeparation: Seems to be familiar with just about everyone, so far. He even knew Gendry's old master, Tobho Mott, and recognized the captured Sandor Clegane by sight. He was also present when the bodies of Prince Aegon and Princess Rhaenys were displayed before the Iron Throne. And he even knows Melisandre. [[labelnote:From the books...]]This is likely going to get even worse as Season 3 goes on. In the books, Thoros was a common drinking buddy of Robert Baratheon's, and fought with the royal forces against the Greyjoys in their rebellion, so he's likely met every high lord in Westeros and most of the lesser ones too. He also took part in the Tourney of the Hand, where he met Dondarrion and Anguy.[[/labelnote]]
* ReassignedToAntarctica: He came to Westeros with the impossible task of converting the drunkard, womanizing King Robert. At the time, Thoros himself was (by his own admission) a drunkard, a womanizer, and didn't even believe in the Lord of Light, so it's clear that it was not a reward.
* RedIsHeroic: He wears red mail.
* RememberTheNewGuy: Retroactively made into this, since his part in the first book was cut out (save for a cryptic reference by Jaime).
gay.



[[folder:Anguy]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Your eye knows where it wants the arrow to go. Trust your eye."'']]
->'''Played By''': Philip [=McGinley=]

->''"Let's see, fat boy. When I'm done talking, this arrow is falling straight on your fat head, so I advice you to move... because I'm done talking."''

An extremely skilled archer serving with the Brotherhood, and Thoros' second in command.

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[[folder:Anguy]]
[[folder:Armeca]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Your eye knows where it wants the arrow to go. Trust your eye."'']]
->'''Played By''': Philip [=McGinley=]

->''"Let's see, fat boy. When I'm done talking, this arrow is falling straight on your fat head, so I advice you to move... because I'm done talking."''

An extremely skilled archer serving with the Brotherhood, and Thoros' second in command.
By:''' Sahara Knite

Another prostitute at Littlefinger's brothel.



* TheArcher: For the Brotherhood. Sandor even refers to him dismissively as 'archer'.
* ArrogantKungFuGuy: Anguy is extremely sure of his abilities...but he has good reason to.
* BadassBeard: He has one.
* BadassBoast: His forementioned boast to Hot Pie about his archery skills, which are proven true a second later.
* DeadpanSnarker: He and Thoros have some fun back-and-forth.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Turning up with Thoros, obeying him and then giving a BadassBoast about his archery skills before proving that his boast is the truth.
* FriendlySniper: Arya gets her first archery lessons in a long time from one of the best archers in the Seven Kingdoms
* GuileHero: See above.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: He scares Hot Pie by firing an arrow straight up in the air and claiming that it will land on Hot Pie's head if he doesn't move. After Hot Pie moves away, the audience learns that Anguy was not bluffing.
** In the books, several core members of the Brotherhood were actually champions at the Hand's Tourney (from the middle of Season 1) - lampshading why they are such an effective fighting force despite their small numbers. Anguy won a ''kingdom-wide'' archery contest at the tourney - so yes, he can state with evidence that he is one of the best living archers in Westeros.
* TheLancer: To Thoros.
* NotHyperbole: His ImprobableAimingSkills.
* SitcomArchNemesis: To the Hound.
-->'''Anguy''': You're one ugly fucker, and I'd rather not see you no more.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He is not seen when the Brotherhood reappear in Season 6. This may imply he either deserted or [[BusCrash died offscreen at some point]] - though it's possible the actor was simply unavailable and he was just "off-screen" in Season 6, but will return later.

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* TheArcher: For CanonForeigner: Nobody by her name appears in the Brotherhood. Sandor even refers books.
* DiamondsInTheBuff: Her earings.
* FanserviceExtra: She's played by a [[CastTheExpert real porn star]].
* {{Fauxreigner}}: She pretends
to him dismissively as 'archer'.
* ArrogantKungFuGuy: Anguy is extremely sure of his abilities...but he has good reason to.
* BadassBeard: He has one.
* BadassBoast: His forementioned boast
be foreign to Hot Pie about his archery skills, which are proven true a second later.
look more exotic.
* DeadpanSnarker: He and Thoros ObfuscatingStupidity: Ros tells Daisy that Armeca pretends not to speak the CommonTongue so her clients think she's exotic.
* TheQuietOne: Though she does
have some fun back-and-forth.
lines in "Blackwater".
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Turning up with Thoros, obeying him and then giving a BadassBoast about his archery skills before proving SceneryCensor: Very rare, but that his boast is the truth.
* FriendlySniper: Arya gets
fruit in her first archery lessons in a long time from one of the best archers in the Seven Kingdoms
* GuileHero: See above.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: He scares Hot Pie by firing an arrow straight up in the air and claiming that it will land on Hot Pie's head if he doesn't move. After Hot Pie moves away, the audience learns that Anguy was not bluffing.
** In the books, several core members of the Brotherhood were actually champions at the Hand's Tourney (from the middle of Season 1) - lampshading why they are such an effective fighting force despite their small numbers. Anguy won a ''kingdom-wide'' archery contest at the tourney - so yes, he can state with evidence that he is one of the best living archers in Westeros.
* TheLancer: To Thoros.
* NotHyperbole: His ImprobableAimingSkills.
* SitcomArchNemesis: To the Hound.
-->'''Anguy''': You're one ugly fucker, and I'd rather not see you no more.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He is not seen when the Brotherhood reappear in Season 6. This may imply he either deserted or [[BusCrash died offscreen at some point]] - though it's possible the actor was simply unavailable and he was just "off-screen" in Season 6, but will return later.
episode deserves mention.



[[folder:Lem Lemoncloak]]
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->'''Played By:''' Johannes Haukur Johannesson

A member of the Brotherhood who wears a distinctive yellow cloak.

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[[folder:Lem Lemoncloak]]
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[[folder:Daisy]]
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->'''Played By:''' Johannes Haukur Johannesson

Maisie Dee

A member of the Brotherhood who wears a distinctive yellow cloak.new prostitute at Littlefinger's brothel.



* AdaptationalVillainy: The Lem of the books was one of the more brutal members of the Brotherhood, but he never stooped to murdering innocent civilians.
* BeardOfEvil: Has a great big beard and leads a massacre of a whole village.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Smiles often and is polite enough to the villagers, but it's all an act.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: He likely joined the Brotherhood out of a desire to protect the innocent, but now he's just as cruel as the Lannister forces.
* IconicItem: His yellow cloak.
* ImpliedDeathThreat: To Brother Ray and his followers. He comes through on it.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler:Gets hanged by the Hound, just the same as he did to Brother Ray in the last episode.]]
* TokenEvilTeammate: [[spoiler: For the Brotherhood. Only he and his cronies slaughtered the peasants and he is executed by the Brotherhood for it.]]
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: He gets only two scenes before being hanged.]]

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* AdaptationalVillainy: BreakTheCutie: Joffrey forces Ros to beat her, being the little sadistic prick that he is.
* CanonForeigner: Not present in the books.
* CountryMouse:
The Lem of the books was one of the more brutal members of the Brotherhood, but he never stooped to murdering innocent civilians.
* BeardOfEvil: Has a great big beard and leads a massacre of a whole village.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Smiles often and is polite enough
first time we see her, Ros explains to the villagers, wide-eyed girl that "this is King's Landing, not Haystack Hall."
* FanDisservice: Tyrion hires her and Ros as a belated "present" for Joffrey's name day. It... does not go well.
* FanserviceExtra: Like Aremca.
* InterruptedIntimacy: Her session with Pycelle was interrupted by Tyrion, Bronn, and Timett.
* UncertainDoom: Something horrible happened to her for certain,
but it's all an act.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: He likely joined the Brotherhood out of a desire to protect the innocent, but now he's just as cruel as the Lannister forces.
* IconicItem: His yellow cloak.
* ImpliedDeathThreat: To Brother Ray and his followers. He comes through on it.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler:Gets hanged by the Hound, just the same as he did to Brother Ray in the last episode.]]
* TokenEvilTeammate: [[spoiler: For the Brotherhood. Only he and his cronies slaughtered the peasants and he is executed by the Brotherhood for it.]]
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: He gets only two scenes before being hanged.]]
she might or might not still be alive.



! Prostitutes

[[folder:Ros]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[IronicEcho "Do you have any idea how ridiculous you sound?"]]'']]
->'''Played By:''' Esmé Bianco

->''"It's not easy for girls like us to dig our way out."''

A popular prostitute at Winterfell, who later heads to King's Landing.

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! Prostitutes

[[folder:Ros]]
[[folder:Mhaegen]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[IronicEcho "Do you have any idea how ridiculous you sound?"]]'']]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[AdultFear "No! Not my Barra!"]]'']]
->'''Played By:''' Esmé Bianco

->''"It's not easy for girls like us to dig our way out."''

Antonia Christophers

A popular prostitute at Winterfell, who later heads to established in King's Landing.Landing and mother of Barra, another of Robert Baratheon's bastards.



* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: In "The Night Lands", Littlefinger tells her to stop sobbing or bad things will happen.
* AscendedExtra: Hard to believe she started out as just "Redheaded Whore." The producers were so impressed by her performance (specifically how she didn't give any indication that freezing cold bothered her) they kept bringing her back.
* BreakTheCutie: In Season Two. First Littlefinger hints that he'll kill her if she can't stop crying over the murder of Mhaegen's baby, and then Joffrey forces her to torture another prostitute. And ''then'' Cersei keeps her as a hostage for Tyrion's good behaviour, after having her roughed up a bit.
* CanonForeigner: Not in the books.
* ChekhovsGun: That Lannister necklace she's wearing was given to her by Tyrion. This is what leads Cersei to believe that she is the whore that Tyrion has fallen in love with.
* ColdBloodedTorture: Forced to perform it on the prostitute Daisy by Joffrey, under threat that she will get the same if she refuses.
* CompositeCharacter: She seems to be based on a Winterfell girl named Kyra, and also takes the role of Chataya (being a madam) and Alayaya (being mistaken for Tyrion's lover and subsequently arrested) in Season Two.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Strung up to be tortured to death by a sadist.
* DropDeadGorgeous: While not being naked, her dress was still rather skimpy and torn in delicate places.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: We see her corpse briefly in a montage. There is no build up to this happening.
* FanDisservice: Her final scene depicts her hanging half naked from a bed, after being riddled with crossbow bolts by Joffrey.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: In Season Two, Littlefinger threatens to sell her to some sadist if she turns out to be a "bad investment".
* HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath: Has a minor breakdown after seeing the Goldcloaks murder Mhaegen's baby.
* HiddenDepths: While most characters dismiss her as just a regular prostitute, it's frequently shown that she's actually quite on the ball and highly savvy. Both Littlefinger and Varys have noticed this and have respectively appointed her as their right hand woman by end of the second season. She warns Shae to keep an eye on Sansa, ''[[WifeHusbandry particularly]]'' around Littlefinger. In series 3 we learn she can read which as Varys points out is rare for a woman who started off where she did.
* HighClassCallGirl: She aspired to be one when she was in the North, and eventually worked her way up to be one in King's Landing.
* HopeSpot: Things finally seem to be turning up a little for Ros after Littlefinger's horrible treatment of her in Season Two when she becomes Varys's spy. Unfortunately, this hope spot is short lived since Littlefinger sells her off to Joffrey who proceeds to use her as target practice for his new crossbow and kills her.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: In "The Night Lands", her sincere crying after the assassination of baby Barra contrasts with the reactions coming from Cersei ([[BelievingTheirOwnLies it's bad but it had to be done]]), Tyrion ([[TheChessmaster it's a bad political move]]), and Littlefinger (it's bad, but crying [[CorruptCorporateExecutive is bad for business too so shut up]]).
* KilledOffScreen: In "The Climb", we find out that Littlefinger sold her to Joffrey as target practice for his crossbow.
* KillTheCutie: A Cutie killed by Joffrey.
* MissKitty: By the second season, she has become Littlefinger's right hand woman and trains the new prostitutes.
* TheMole: After her miserable experiences with both Joffrey and Littlefinger near the end of the second season, she jumps at the opportunity to become Varys's mole in Littlefinger's camp when he offers it to her.
* MsFanservice: In the first season, at least. Since then, she's kept her (still quite flattering and occasionally {{Stripperiffic}}) clothes on.
* RagsToRiches: She's worked her way up from being a prostitute in the north to Littlefinger's righthand woman and a prized and respected employee of Varys as well.
* ServileSnarker: She doesn't hesitate to put Tyrion and Theon in their place.
* SherlockScan: Is immediately able to figure out that Shae, posing as Sansa's handmaiden at the time, used to be a whore.
* ThrowTheDogABone: After spending most of the season being traumatized, threatened, abused and held hostage, Ros' situation finally starts looking up in "Valar Morghulis", when Varys offers her a business partnership.
* TraumaCongaLine: Ros has a hard time on King's Landing. Witnessing infanticide, being threatened by Littlefinger to be [[SexSlave sold to a deviant]], being stuck [[ColdBloodedTorture in a room with Joffrey]], and [[IHaveYourWife kidnapped by Cersei]] to keep Tyrion in line. CanonForeigner or no, it's hard not to feel a bit sorry for her. This is all capped off in Season 3's episode "The Climb" when Ros is sold off by Littlefinger to Joffrey who then brutally kills her by using her as target practice.
* ReallyGetsAround: Well, ''Cast'' Bicycle by now. In a way that makes her sort of like [[BeenThereShapedHistory Forrest Gump]], [[{{Dissimile}} if Gump slept with a lot of famous people]]. She has been a lover to Theon and Tyrion, was going to be Jon Snow's "first time," and gets to listen to a very plot-important monologue from Littlefinger while he has her practice with another prostitute. She's also "hired" by Pycelle. Plays neatly into her other role on the show:
* TheWatson: She gives several characters someone to explain things to without resorting to AsYouKnow. This method of InfoDump has become so prevalent that reviewers have started describing it as "sexposition", and Ros seems to be its main victim (perpetrator?).
* YankTheDogsChain: Littlefinger finds out about her espionage and has her brutally killed.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Littlefinger discovers Ros revealed his plans to Varys, he decides to sell her to Joffrey, who as it happens, has got a new crossbow he's been dying to try out.

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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: ForcedToWatch: In "The Night Lands", Littlefinger tells North Remembers", as Janos Slynt kills her to stop sobbing or bad things will happen.
* AscendedExtra: Hard to believe she started out as just "Redheaded Whore." The producers were so impressed by her performance (specifically how she didn't give any indication that freezing cold bothered her) they kept bringing her back.
* BreakTheCutie: In Season Two. First Littlefinger hints that he'll kill her if she can't stop crying over the murder of Mhaegen's baby, and then Joffrey forces her to torture another prostitute. And ''then'' Cersei keeps her as a hostage for Tyrion's good behaviour, after having her roughed up a bit.
* CanonForeigner: Not in the books.
* ChekhovsGun: That Lannister necklace she's wearing was given to her by Tyrion. This is what leads Cersei to believe that she is the whore that Tyrion has fallen in love with.
* ColdBloodedTorture: Forced to perform it on the prostitute Daisy by Joffrey, under threat that she will get the same if she refuses.
* CompositeCharacter: She seems to be based on a Winterfell girl named Kyra, and also takes the role of Chataya (being a madam) and Alayaya (being mistaken for Tyrion's lover and subsequently arrested) in Season Two.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Strung up to be tortured to death by a sadist.
* DropDeadGorgeous: While not being naked, her dress was still rather skimpy and torn in delicate places.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: We see her corpse briefly in a montage. There is no build up to this happening.
* FanDisservice: Her final scene depicts her hanging half naked from a bed, after being riddled with crossbow bolts by Joffrey.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: In Season Two, Littlefinger threatens to sell her to some sadist if she turns out to be a "bad investment".
* HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath: Has a minor breakdown after seeing the Goldcloaks murder Mhaegen's
baby.
* HiddenDepths: While most characters dismiss her as just a regular prostitute, it's frequently shown that she's actually quite on the ball and highly savvy. Both Littlefinger and Varys have noticed this and have respectively appointed her as their right hand woman by end of the second season. She warns Shae to keep an eye on Sansa, ''[[WifeHusbandry particularly]]'' around Littlefinger. In series 3 we learn she can read which as Varys points out is rare for a woman who started off where she did.
* HighClassCallGirl: She aspired to be one when she was in the North, and eventually worked her way up to be one in King's Landing.
* HopeSpot: Things finally seem to be turning up a little for Ros after Littlefinger's horrible treatment of her in Season Two when she becomes Varys's spy. Unfortunately, this hope spot is short lived since Littlefinger sells her off to Joffrey who proceeds to use her as target practice for his new crossbow and kills her.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: In "The Night Lands", her sincere Mhaegen is a very sweet girl and a loving mother. She doesn't even want money or anything else from Robert; she just wants him to know that Barra is healthy and happy.
* MamaBear: She throws herself at the Gold Cloaks who kill Barra,
crying after the assassination of baby Barra contrasts and screaming. Unfortunately, this is Series/GameOfThrones and RealityEnsues.
* SingleMomStripper: Robert fathered a bastard
with the reactions coming from Cersei ([[BelievingTheirOwnLies it's bad but it had to be done]]), Tyrion ([[TheChessmaster it's a bad political move]]), her and Littlefinger (it's bad, but crying [[CorruptCorporateExecutive is bad for business too so shut up]]).proceeded to forget about her existence.
* KilledOffScreen: In "The Climb", we find out that Littlefinger sold her to Joffrey as target practice for his crossbow.
* KillTheCutie: A Cutie killed by Joffrey.
* MissKitty: By the second season, she has become Littlefinger's right hand woman and trains the new prostitutes.
* TheMole: After her miserable experiences with both Joffrey and Littlefinger near the end of the second season, she jumps at the opportunity to become Varys's mole in Littlefinger's camp when he offers it to her.
* MsFanservice:
SparedByTheAdaptation: In the first season, at least. Since then, she's kept books, she dies trying to defend her (still quite flattering and occasionally {{Stripperiffic}}) clothes on.
* RagsToRiches: She's worked her way up from being a prostitute in the north to Littlefinger's righthand woman and a prized and respected employee of Varys as well.
* ServileSnarker: She doesn't hesitate to put Tyrion and Theon in their place.
* SherlockScan: Is immediately able to figure out that Shae, posing as Sansa's handmaiden at the time, used to be a whore.
* ThrowTheDogABone: After spending most of the season being traumatized, threatened, abused and held hostage, Ros' situation finally starts looking up in "Valar Morghulis", when Varys offers her a business partnership.
* TraumaCongaLine: Ros has a hard time on King's Landing. Witnessing infanticide, being threatened by Littlefinger to be [[SexSlave sold to a deviant]], being stuck [[ColdBloodedTorture in a room with Joffrey]], and [[IHaveYourWife kidnapped by Cersei]] to keep Tyrion in line. CanonForeigner or no, it's hard not to feel a bit sorry for her. This is all capped off in Season 3's episode "The Climb" when Ros is sold off by Littlefinger to Joffrey who then brutally kills her by using her as target practice.
* ReallyGetsAround: Well, ''Cast'' Bicycle by now. In a way that makes her sort of like [[BeenThereShapedHistory Forrest Gump]], [[{{Dissimile}} if Gump slept with a lot of famous people]]. She has been a lover to Theon and Tyrion, was going to be Jon Snow's "first time," and gets to listen to a very plot-important monologue from Littlefinger while he has her practice with another prostitute. She's also "hired" by Pycelle. Plays neatly into her other role on the show:
* TheWatson: She gives several characters someone to explain things to without resorting to AsYouKnow. This method of InfoDump has become so prevalent that reviewers have started describing it as "sexposition", and Ros seems to be its main victim (perpetrator?).
* YankTheDogsChain: Littlefinger finds out about her espionage and has her brutally killed.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Littlefinger discovers Ros revealed his plans to Varys, he decides to sell her to Joffrey, who as it happens, has got a new crossbow he's been dying to try out.
baby.



[[folder:Olyvar]]
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->'''Played By:''' Will Tudor

A male prostitute of Littlefinger's who is eventually placed in charge of the brothel while his boss is away.

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[[folder:Olyvar]]
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[[folder:Marei]]
->'''Played By:''' Will Tudor

Josephine Gillan

A male prostitute of Littlefinger's who is eventually placed in charge of the King's Landing brothel while his boss is away.owned by Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish.



* AllGaysArePromiscuous: He gives Loras the impression that he enjoys casual sex with men, although the audience later discovers that it's part of his job description. In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'', it's confirmed that he is more than just "gay for pay" after all.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Ultimately betrays Loras to the High Sparrow.
* CanonForeigner: He doesn't appear in the books.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim: The bisexual Oberyn finds him so desirable that he isn't at all deterred when Olyvar informs the prince that he's "wildly expensive."
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: Or at least, Loras and Oberyn do.
* FemmeFataleSpy: Despite being a male character, he fits this trope, at least when it comes to Loras. Although given his comment about having shared the beds of many unhappy husbands at court and being an employee of Littlefinger's, he's probably played HoneyTrap to others.
* {{Foil}}: Much like Shae, he sells out his lover at a trial and gets him imprisoned, as well as driving him into a crazy rage.
* GenderFlip: In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E1TwoSwords Two Swords]]'', he becomes the "blonde whore" that Oberyn and Ellaria want to fool around with in the novels.
* HoneyTrap: His actual job in practice.
* IncompatibleOrientation: When Ellaria kisses him on the lips in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'', he apologizes and says he has no taste for women.
* InstantSeduction: It doesn't take long for him to worm his way into Loras' bed.
* IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow: He tells Loras, "I should like to see you spar with a proper partner, ser." They end up "sparring" in Loras' bed shortly afterwards.
* KlingonPromotion: How he got his job as the brothel's acting manager. He assisted Littlefinger in a scheme that among other things blew the cover of his predecessor Ros, who subsequently got punished by death for her espionage. Given how open Littlefinger is about his treatment of "bad investments", Olyvar must have been well aware of these consequences.
* LoveInterestTraitor: After being in a relationship since season 3, Olyvar sells Loras out to the High Sparrow to save his own skin (and/or to aid Petyr's scheme to pit the Lannisters and Tyrells against each other).
* MaleFrontalNudity: In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E5KissedByFire Kissed by Fire]]'', ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'' and ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS5E1TheWarsToCome The Wars to Come]]''. Also accompanied by Male Back Nudity.
* MissKitty: By the time Season 4 begins, he has taken over Ros' role as Littlefinger's middle manager of the brothel.
* MrFanservice: Let's just say that his Adonis-like physique leaves absolutely ''nothing'' to the imagination.
* PrettyBoy: Fresh-faced and clean-shaven.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: He flees when The Sparrows conduct ThePurge against King's Landing's sinners, particularly homosexuals.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Ros. After her death, he takes over the role of the show's main prostitute, provider of {{Fanservice}}, and receiver of {{Sexposition}}.
* TheSquire: He pretends to be one in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E5KissedByFire Kissed by Fire]]''.
* TheTwink: It was unclear in Season 3 what his sexual orientation was, but it's confirmed in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'' that he's gay.

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* AllGaysArePromiscuous: He gives Loras the impression that he enjoys casual sex with men, although the audience later discovers that it's part of his job description. In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'', it's confirmed that he is more than just "gay for pay" after all.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Ultimately betrays Loras to the High Sparrow.
* CanonForeigner: He doesn't appear
AscendedExtra: Started out as an unnamed prostitute in the books.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim: The bisexual Oberyn finds him so desirable that he isn't at all deterred when Olyvar informs the prince that he's "wildly expensive."
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: Or at least, Loras and Oberyn do.
* FemmeFataleSpy: Despite being a male character, he fits this trope, at least when it comes to Loras. Although given his comment about having shared the beds of many unhappy husbands at court and being an employee of Littlefinger's, he's probably played HoneyTrap to others.
* {{Foil}}: Much like Shae, he sells out his lover at a trial and gets him imprisoned, as well as driving him into a crazy rage.
* GenderFlip: In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E1TwoSwords Two Swords]]'', he becomes the "blonde whore" that Oberyn and Ellaria want to fool around
Season 2 premiere with no speaking lines. She went on to become the longest recurring prostitute character in the novels.
* HoneyTrap: His actual job in practice.
* IncompatibleOrientation: When Ellaria kisses him on the lips in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'', he apologizes and says he has no taste for women.
* InstantSeduction: It doesn't take long for him to worm his way into Loras' bed.
* IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow: He tells Loras, "I should like to see you spar with a proper partner, ser." They end up "sparring" in Loras' bed shortly afterwards.
* KlingonPromotion: How he got his job as the brothel's acting manager. He assisted Littlefinger in a scheme that among other things blew the cover of his predecessor Ros, who subsequently got punished by death for her espionage. Given how open Littlefinger is about his treatment of "bad investments", Olyvar must have been well aware of these consequences.
* LoveInterestTraitor: After being in a relationship since season 3, Olyvar sells Loras out to the High Sparrow to save his own skin (and/or to aid Petyr's scheme to pit the Lannisters and Tyrells against each other).
* MaleFrontalNudity: In ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E5KissedByFire Kissed by Fire]]'', ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'' and ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS5E1TheWarsToCome The Wars to Come]]''. Also accompanied by Male Back Nudity.
* MissKitty: By the time
TV series, actually, returning every year through Season 4 begins, he has 6 - five seasons in a row. Ros appeared much more prominently earlier on - in many more episodes and with far more speaking lines - but she died after three seasons.
* CompositeCharacter: Sort of odd case, in that there actually is a minor background prostitute named "Marei" in the books, but she's only really mentioned in passing. The TV character didn't even have a name in Season 2. Only retroactively, in Season 3, did they give her a name
taken over Ros' role from a prostitute character in the books who also worked at the same brothel as Mhaegen - but the similarities end there. She also only got her first speaking line in Season 3.
* InterruptedIntimacy: When the Faith Militant storm
Littlefinger's middle manager of brothel, she's caught mid-coitus and dragged out naked into the brothel.
* MrFanservice: Let's
street by her hair. Could have been worse, actually: the actress said that originally they were going to punch her in the face so hard that she had to spit out a lot of fake blood, but later the episode decided that this was needlessly graphic so he switched it to just say that his Adonis-like physique leaves absolutely ''nothing'' to dragging her out.
* MsFanservice: Put it this way: she's
the imagination.
* PrettyBoy: Fresh-faced and clean-shaven.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: He flees when The Sparrows conduct ThePurge against King's Landing's sinners, particularly homosexuals.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Ros. After her death, he takes over
longest recurring prostitute character on the role of the show's main prostitute, provider of {{Fanservice}}, and receiver of {{Sexposition}}.
* TheSquire: He pretends to be one in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E5KissedByFire Kissed
show by Fire]]''.
* TheTwink: It was unclear in
Season 3 what his sexual orientation was, but it's confirmed 6, and she has worn "clothes" in ''[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E3BreakerOfChains Breaker of Chains]]'' that he's gay.''exactly one scene'', in the Season 4 premiere (and even then she quickly took her clothes off almost immediately).
* SituationalSexuality: Claims this when hired for Ellaria Sand. Only two characters have actually performed cunnilingus in the show: Marei and Jon Snow, and Jon's was a discretion shot.



[[folder:Armeca]]
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->'''Played By:''' Sahara Knite

Another prostitute at Littlefinger's brothel.

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[[folder:Armeca]]
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[[folder:Kayla]]
->'''Played By:''' Sahara Knite

Another
Pixie Le Knot

->''"Kayla is famous here to Volantis... in certain circles. One of four women in the world who can perform a proper Meereenese Knot."''
-->-- '''Tyrion Lannister'''

A
prostitute at Littlefinger's brothel.in the King's Landing brothel owned by Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish.



* CanonForeigner: Nobody by her name appears in the books.
* DiamondsInTheBuff: Her earings.
* FanserviceExtra: She's played by a [[CastTheExpert real porn star]].
* {{Fauxreigner}}: She pretends to be foreign to look more exotic.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Ros tells Daisy that Armeca pretends not to speak the CommonTongue so her clients think she's exotic.
* TheQuietOne: Though she does have some lines in "Blackwater".
* SceneryCensor: Very rare, but that fruit in her first episode deserves mention.

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* CanonForeigner: Nobody by DistractedByTheSexy: Podrick Payne, Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand all fall prey to her name appears in the books.
highly distracting charms.
* DiamondsInTheBuff: Her earings.
* FanserviceExtra: She's
MsFanservice: Due to being a scantily clad prostitute played by a [[CastTheExpert real porn star]].
* {{Fauxreigner}}: She pretends to be foreign to look more exotic.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Ros tells Daisy that Armeca pretends not to speak the CommonTongue so
life contortionist. We see all her clients think she's exotic.
* TheQuietOne: Though she does have some lines in "Blackwater".
* SceneryCensor: Very rare, but that fruit in her first episode deserves mention.
fantastic skills.



[[folder:Daisy]]
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->'''Played By:''' Maisie Dee

A new prostitute at Littlefinger's brothel.

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[[folder:Gendry]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I've never had a family."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Maisie Dee

A new prostitute at Littlefinger's brothel.
Joe Dempsie

->''"When I hit that steel it sings. Are you gonna sing when I hit you?"''

An unacknowledged bastard son of King Robert Baratheon who works as an armourer's apprentice. Befriends Arya when they both have to flee King's Landing in Yoren's group of Night's Watch recruits.



* BreakTheCutie: Joffrey forces Ros to beat her, being the little sadistic prick that he is.
* CanonForeigner: Not present in the books.
* CountryMouse: The first time we see her, Ros explains to the wide-eyed girl that "this is King's Landing, not Haystack Hall."
* FanDisservice: Tyrion hires her and Ros as a belated "present" for Joffrey's name day. It... does not go well.
* FanserviceExtra: Like Aremca.
* InterruptedIntimacy: Her session with Pycelle was interrupted by Tyrion, Bronn, and Timett.
* UncertainDoom: Something horrible happened to her for certain, but she might or might not still be alive.

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* BreakTheCutie: AgeLift: Like the other older teenagers, he's 17/18, rather than 14/15 as in the books.
* TheApprentice: To Tobho Mott.
* BadassBeard: Grows one in Season 3.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: He wishes he'd have a family. Then, Melisandre takes him to his closest biological relatives... and bad stuff starts happening.
* TheBerserker: After Yoren is killed in "What is Dead May Never Die", he charges at the Lannister soldiers armed only with his [[DropTheHammer smith's hammer]].
* TheBlacksmith: What he was before leaving King's Landing.
* BigBrotherInstinct: From the start he is rather protective of Arya.
* ChekhovsGun: His helmet.
* TheChosenOne: Melisandre's trying to sell this explanation to him for why she abducted him. Then again, she was (ostensibly) instructed by R'hllor to find him and bring him back to Dragonstone.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: His hair color is decidedly Baratheon Black. It's what clued Ned in to him being one of Robert's many bastards, and later (collectively with all the other bastards) clued Ned in to
Joffrey forces Ros to beat her, not being Robert's at all.
* CompositeCharacter: In
the little sadistic prick that show, Melisandre targets him as a potential HumanSacrifice so he's spirited away in order to avoid this. In the books, this happened to his AdaptedOut half-brother Edric Storm.
** In the books at least two of Robert's other bastards survived: Edric Storm (sent to the Free Cities) and Mya Stone (in the Vale with Sansa). The TV series never introduced the others and seems to treat Gendry as the ''only'' surviving bastard.
* DropTheHammer: He uses his blacksmith hammer as a weapon. It must run in the family.
* DeadpanSnarker: Especially in his talks with Arya, when
he is.starts calling her 'milady'. And later with Davos, when he's imprisoned.
-->'''Gendry:''' So how'd you become a lord?\\
'''Davos Seaworth:''' Oh, that's a long story.\\
'''Gendry:''' Better not, then. I'm a bit busy.

* CanonForeigner: Not present EtTuBrute: In Season 3, he enthusiatically joins the Brotherhood without Banners, claiming that they'll be the closest thing to a family he'll ever have... only to be sold by them to Melisandre the next episode.
* FishOutOfWater: Almost literally when Davos puts him on a boat and he doesn't know which side to sit on to row, because he's never been in one before.
* {{Foil}}: To Joffrey, in pretty much everything, including paternity, morality, upbringing, amount of badass, how he treats Stark girls, and even clothing. They're both bastards connected to House Baratheon, but apart from that they're polar opposites.
** A more subtle one to Jon Snow: HeroicBastard? Check. Close brotherly relationship with Arya? Check. Royal lineage? Check.
*** As we find out
in the books.
Season 6 finale, Jon Snow is actually Rhaegar Targaryen's son - meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen).
* CountryMouse: The GenerationXerox: Tall, strong, and handsome like his father, and his best friend is -- just like his father's was -- a Stark. Ned even realizes that he's Robert's bastard for certain when he stubbornly insists that his bull helmet's not for sale, even though slighting the Hand of the King could get his tongue ripped out. See "Strong Family Resemblance" below.
* GroinAttack: Melisandre places several leeches on Gendry, including his penis, to draw his powerful blood.
* HeroicBastard: Though he doesn't know of his royal lineage until Melisandre tells him, he's one of the unambiguously heroic characters.
* HiddenBackupPrince: In a perfect world, he'd be King Gendry I Baratheon right now, but as it stands he's just a royal bastard.
* HoneyTrap: Falls for one set by Melisandre.
-->'''Davos:''' If you mistrust fancy people so much, why were you in such a hurry to trust her?\\
'''Gendry:''' You're me. Never been with a woman. Never ''talked'' to a woman, really. And then she comes at you big words, no clothes.\\
'''Davos:''' She does know her way around a man's head, I'll give her that.
* HyperAwareness: First and only recruit of the Night's Watch who realizes that Arya is a girl. Lampshaded by himself. [[FreezeFrameBonus He's also the
first time we see her, Ros explains one]] to wake up when the wide-eyed girl that "this Lannisters come to attack Yoren's party, before Yoren wakes up the rest.
* IAmWho: Gendry's naturally surprised when Melisandre tells him he's the son of King Robert.
* IChooseToStay: In the Brotherhood without Banners. It doesn't end well.
* InnocentBlueEyes: Highlighted to an extreme after he's picked up by Melisandre.
* LastOfHisKind: He's the last of the Baratheon bastards after Joffrey's purge. [[spoiler: And the only Baratheon-blooded person in the world after Stannis's family line
is King's Landing, not Haystack Hall.extinguished.]]
* LikeFatherLikeSon: Robert Baratheon is mentioned as favoring a warhammer and wearing a horned helmet in combat. Gendry is first introduced wielding a [[VisualPun blacksmith's hammer]] to forge a [[ChekhovsGun horned helmet]]. He later uses the hammer in combat, too. Lampshaded by Melisandre. She says it's InTheBlood, along with his strength.
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Ned Stark, Jon Arryn and the Lannister government know who he is. He has no idea until Season 3.
* MrFanservice: In-universe, for Arya.
* NiceGuy: Gendry's an unambiguously heroic person.
* NotSoDifferent: A rare positive example, which is even rarer given the series. Ser Davos bonds with him: "Two boys from [[WretchedHive Flea Bottom]] in the castle of a king.
"
* FanDisservice: Tyrion hires her PowerTrio: With Arya and Ros as Hot Pie, of the TwoGuysAndAGirl variety. He's TheLancer to Arya's [[TheHero hero]].
* PutOnABus: Is freed by Davos Seaworth in "Mhysa", and hasn't been seen or heard from since.
* SecretKeeper: Aside from Jaqen, he's the only one who knows that Arya is actually ''Arya Stark''.
* SecretLegacy: Had no idea who his father was until Season 3.
* ShirtlessScene: In "The Ghost of Harrenhal". Incidentally, it's also
a belated "present" ForgingScene. And obviously FanService of the [[FemaleGaze less]] [[MaleGaze prevalent]] sort.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: TallDarkAndHandsome, like a true Baratheon. Ned Stark immediately realizes upon seeing him
for Joffrey's name day. It... the first time that he is Robert's son. So does not go well.
* FanserviceExtra: Like Aremca.
* InterruptedIntimacy: Her session with Pycelle was interrupted by Tyrion, Bronn, and Timett.
* UncertainDoom: Something horrible happened
Stannis, when they meet in "Second Sons".
** In the books, it is said that Gendry resembles a young Robert so closely that it is blatantly obvious
to anyone who meets him that also knows Robert (Eddard, Stannis) that Gendry is Robert's son. Given that Renly also resembles his older brother in his youth, people also remark on how much Gendry looks like Renly.
* WhatTheHellHero: Calls Arya out on
her for certain, but usage of Jaqen's three offered assassinations, claiming that she might could have picked anyone of importance to the Lannister war effort, like Lord Tywin or might not still be alive.King Joffrey.



[[folder:Mhaegen]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[AdultFear "No! Not my Barra!"]]'']]
->'''Played By:''' Antonia Christophers

A prostitute established in King's Landing and mother of Barra, another of Robert Baratheon's bastards.

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[[folder:Mhaegen]]
[[folder:Hot Pie]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[BlatantLies "I ain't afraid of no battles."]]'']]
->'''Played By:''' Antonia Christophers

A prostitute established
Ben Hawkey

->'''Anguy:''' Half the country's starving and look at this one.\\
'''Thoros of Myr:''' Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.

An orphan living
in King's Landing recruited by Yoren to join the Night's Watch. A former baker's apprentice and mother later travelling companion of Barra, another of Robert Baratheon's bastards.Gendry and Arya Stark.



* ForcedToWatch: In "The North Remembers", as Janos Slynt kills her baby.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: Mhaegen is a very sweet girl and a loving mother. She doesn't even want money or anything else from Robert; she just wants him to know that Barra is healthy and happy.
* MamaBear: She throws herself at the Gold Cloaks who kill Barra, crying and screaming. Unfortunately, this is Series/GameOfThrones and RealityEnsues.
* SingleMomStripper: Robert fathered a bastard with her and proceeded to forget about her existence.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: In the books, she dies trying to defend her baby.

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* ForcedToWatch: In "The North Remembers", BadassBoast: All of them fake.
* BadLiar: Arya sees through his attempts to lie. He does manage to grow out of this in Season 4, when he glibly dismisses the Starks
as Janos Slynt kills her baby.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: Mhaegen is a very sweet girl
all traitors and a loving mother. She doesn't even want money or anything else from Robert; she just wants him denies any knowledge of them to know that Barra is healthy Brienne and happy.
Podrick until he can be sure he can trust them.
* MamaBear: She throws herself BoisterousWeakling: He's too confident for his own good at first. He gets better.
* TheBully: [[BullyingADragon Briefly]], to [[LittleMissBadass Arya]]. When shit gets real, Hot Pie gradually grows out of his old bullying tendencies and becomes a friend to Arya and Gendry.
* TheBusCameBack: Brienne and Pod happen to stop
at the Gold Cloaks who kill Barra, crying same inn, and screaming. Unfortunately, this upon hearing they're looking for Arya's sister he points them in the right direction. He's also gotten much better at making wolf-shaped bread.
* ButtMonkey: Becomes the butt of the joke many times.
* BringMyBrownPants: See StaringDownCthulhu below.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: He
is Series/GameOfThrones way more friendly to Arya and RealityEnsues.
Gendry in the second season. Although some of that is probably fear.
* SingleMomStripper: Robert fathered DirtyCoward[=/=]LovableCoward: Hot Pie talks a bastard with her and proceeded big game, but he's quick to forget about her existence.yell, "I yieeeeld!!!" at the first sign of danger. Any bravery he exhibits is usually luck.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: EarnYourHappyEnding: He goes through a ''lot'', along with Arya and Gendry, but in the end, he's one of the few characters to leave the story in a nonviolent manner, becoming a baker at a quiet, out-of-the-way inn. In Season 4 he's still there, still happy with his job, and still eager to discuss his craft with anyone who will listen. At this point, he is literally the only character in the series who has gained any sort of happy ending.
* FatBastard[=/=]BigFun: Starts out the former, becomes the latter.
* FatIdiot: While he does become a better person with time, he remains a dunce throughout.
* TheFunnyGuy: Hot Pie gradually becomes this.
* IChooseToStay:
In the books, she dies trying inn the Brotherhood takes the trio after capturing them.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: At first glance he's a malicious bully, but a healthy overdose of trauma sets him right and he winds up becoming one of the nicest characters in the series. His bullying was really all bluster, presumably a method of survival in the dog-eat-dog world of Westeros.
* KidsAreCruel: Originally, he was very nasty. He gets better once he is scared out of his bullying tendencies.
* TheLoad: Arya is clever and ruthless. Gendry is strong and level-headed. Hot Pie...knows how
to defend her baby.bake. In his defense, he ''is'' pretty good at it. Also justified because he used to be a baker's poor apprentice. He has no training in combat, so you can't exactly expect him to be able to fight any better beyond throwing stale bread at people.
* LogicalFallacies: This magnificent exchange from [[Recap/GameOfThronesS2E3WhatIsDeadMayNeverDie "What Is Dead May Never Die"]].
-->'''Hot Pie:''' [[BlatantLies I've seen lots of battles!]] I saw...\\
'''Arya:''' Liar.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AnecdotalFallacy I saw a man killing another]] at a tavern in Flea's Bottom. Stabbed right in the neck.\\
'''Lommy:''' Two men fighting is no battle.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' They got armour on.\\
'''Arya:''' So?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AssociationFallacy So if they got armour on, it's a battle]].\\
'''Lommy:''' No, it isn't.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AdHominem What does a dyer's apprentice know about battles, anyway?]]\\
'''Arya:''' Gendry's an armourer's apprentice. Hot Pie, tell Gendry what makes a fight into a battle.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' It's, uh, when they've got armour on.\\
'''Gendry:''' And who told you that?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AppealToAuthority A knight.]]\\
'''Gendry:''' How'd you know he was a knight?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' Wells, [[AssociationFallacy cause he's got a-armour on.]]\\
'''Gendry:''' You don't have to be a knight to have armour. Any idiot can buy armour!\\
'''Hot Pie:''' How'd you know?\\
'''Gendry:''' [[WhatAnIdiot Because I sold armour!]]
* NiceGuy: Develops into this at the latter end of Season 3 where his interactions with Arya show he has completely shrugged off his former jerkassery, and in Season 4 he is depicted as a thoroughly good natured and loyal individual.
* NonActionGuy: Hot Pie is hardly named for his fighting prowess. On the rare occasion he gets close to fighting himself, he gets steamrolled.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: We never learn his real name.
* PowerTrio: With Arya and Gendry, of the TwoGuysAndAGirl variety. In contrast to the usual variation, however, Hot Pie is clearly TheChick.
* PutOnABus: He chooses to stay and work at an inn baking instead of continuing on with Arya, Gendry, and the Brotherhood.
* ShooOutTheClowns: A nonviolent example.
* StaringDownCthulhu: One of the prisoners in Harrenhal tells him this is a sure way not to get picked for torture by the Mountain. Hot Pie lives to tell the tale. The other kid doesn't.
* SupremeChef: Hot Pie's skill as a cook is his greatest - and perhaps only - talent, and it [[EarnYourHappyEnding earns him]] the series' one and only legitimate happy ending.
* ThoseTwoGuys: With Lommy Greenhands, until Lommy's death-by-Polliver.
* TooDumbToLive: Averted; he's stupid but he actually manages to survive in spite of himself. Someone tells him that the way to avoid being chosen by the Mountain is to look straight at him; this is a lie with no evidence and clearly not worth the risk to find out, but Hot Pie does it anyway. The Mountain ends up choosing someone else out of pure chance.
* TookALevelInBadass: Staring down the Mountain is an act of incredible badassery, and also probably one of audacious stupidity. It's perhaps played a little straighter when he undergoes not inconsiderable risk to help Brienne and Pod. He faces no immediate danger, but it still took serious guts especially when there was no real benefit to him.
* TookALevelInKindness: Formerly a childhood bully, he gets better after Arya snaps him out of it.
* UndyingLoyalty: Eventually he becomes steadfastly loyal to Arya. When he appears in Season 4, he helps Brienne and Podrick despite knowing full-well how dangerous it is to help the Starks in the post-Red Wedding climate, with no hope of reward.



[[folder:Marei]]
->'''Played By:''' Josephine Gillan

A prostitute in the King's Landing brothel owned by Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish.

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[[folder:Marei]]
[[folder:Marillion]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/62401a0598d7ce2a03e10adcf3ff3424.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"The lion ripped his balls off and / the boar did all the rest."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Josephine Gillan

Emun Elliot

A prostitute in the King's Landing brothel owned by Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish. travelling troubadour and singer.



* AscendedExtra: Started out as an unnamed prostitute in the Season 2 premiere with no speaking lines. She went on to become the longest recurring prostitute character in the TV series, actually, returning every year through Season 6 - five seasons in a row. Ros appeared much more prominently earlier on - in many more episodes and with far more speaking lines - but she died after three seasons.
* CompositeCharacter: Sort of odd case, in that there actually is a minor background prostitute named "Marei" in the books, but she's only really mentioned in passing. The TV character didn't even have a name in Season 2. Only retroactively, in Season 3, did they give her a name taken from a prostitute character in the books who also worked at the same brothel as Mhaegen - but the similarities end there. She also only got her first speaking line in Season 3.
* InterruptedIntimacy: When the Faith Militant storm Littlefinger's brothel, she's caught mid-coitus and dragged out naked into the street by her hair. Could have been worse, actually: the actress said that originally they were going to punch her in the face so hard that she had to spit out a lot of fake blood, but later the episode decided that this was needlessly graphic so he switched it to just dragging her out.
* MsFanservice: Put it this way: she's the longest recurring prostitute character on the show by Season 6, and she has worn "clothes" in ''exactly one scene'', in the Season 4 premiere (and even then she quickly took her clothes off almost immediately).
* SituationalSexuality: Claims this when hired for Ellaria Sand. Only two characters have actually performed cunnilingus in the show: Marei and Jon Snow, and Jon's was a discretion shot.

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* AscendedExtra: Started out as an unnamed prostitute in the Season 2 premiere with no speaking lines. She went on AssholeVictim: A non-fatal example. Marillion is a smug cockhead, but it is slightly satisfying to become the longest recurring prostitute character in the TV series, actually, returning every year see him go through Season 6 - five seasons in a row. Ros appeared much more prominently earlier on - in many more episodes and the trauma that comes with far more speaking lines - but she died after three seasons.sticking close to the main characters.
* ButtMonkey: If it's bad, he's the victim of it.
* CompositeCharacter: Sort of odd case, in Marillion's mutilation at King Joffrey's orders for a song that there actually is a minor background prostitute named "Marei" ridicules King Robert happens to an unidentified troubadour in the books, but she's only really mentioned in passing. The TV character didn't even have books.
* ExactWords: ''"I'll never sing it again I swear!"'' No, Marillion, you certainly won't. As
a name in Season 2. Only retroactively, in Season 3, did they give her side note, you may want to cancel your future gigs.
* {{Jerkass}}: Marillion is
a name taken from a prostitute character in smug wanker much of the books who also worked at time, although he hardly deserves some of the same brothel as Mhaegen - but horrible things that happen to him.
* SadisticChoice: One of his songs earns
the similarities end there. She also only got her first speaking line in Season 3.wrath of King Joffrey because it ridicules the late King Robert's death, his mother and Joffery himself. Joffrey forces him to choose between losing his tongue or his hands. After Marillion states that every man needs hands, Ser Ilyn Payne cuts out his tongue.
* InterruptedIntimacy: When TagalongKid: Tags along with Catelyn Stark to the Faith Militant storm Littlefinger's brothel, she's caught mid-coitus and dragged out naked into the street by her hair. Could have been worse, actually: the actress said that originally they were Eyrie, as part of his WanderingMinstrel job.
* WanderingMinstrel: His main profession is to stick close to whatever drama is
going to punch her in the face so hard that she had to spit out a lot of fake blood, but later the episode decided that this was needlessly graphic so he switched it to just dragging her out.
* MsFanservice: Put it this way: she's the longest recurring prostitute character
on the show by Season 6, and she has worn "clothes" in ''exactly one scene'', in the Season 4 premiere (and even then she quickly took her clothes off almost immediately).
* SituationalSexuality: Claims this when hired for Ellaria Sand. Only two characters have actually performed cunnilingus in the show: Marei and Jon Snow, and Jon's was a discretion shot.
write songs about it.



[[folder:Kayla]]
->'''Played By:''' Pixie Le Knot

->''"Kayla is famous here to Volantis... in certain circles. One of four women in the world who can perform a proper Meereenese Knot."''
-->-- '''Tyrion Lannister'''

A prostitute in the King's Landing brothel owned by Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish.

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[[folder:Kayla]]
[[folder:Lommy Greenhands]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[{{Jerkass}} Maybe he is a little squire...]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Pixie Le Knot

->''"Kayla is famous here to Volantis...
Eros Vlahos

An orphan living
in certain circles. One of four women in the world who can perform a proper Meereenese Knot."''
-->-- '''Tyrion Lannister'''

A prostitute in the
King's Landing brothel owned recruited by Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish. Yoren to join the Night's Watch. A former dyer's apprentice arrested for thieving.



* DistractedByTheSexy: Podrick Payne, Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand all fall prey to her highly distracting charms.
* MsFanservice: Due to being a scantily clad prostitute played by a real life contortionist. We see all her fantastic skills.

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* DistractedByTheSexy: Podrick Payne, Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand all fall prey to her highly distracting charms.
* MsFanservice: Due to
AlasPoorVillain: Despite being nasty and cruel, Arya was appalled at how he died, and avenged his death specifically when she confronted Polliver and killed him in the same way that he killed Lommy, even referring to him as "[[UnreliableNarrator my friend]]".
* BloodFromTheMouth: A result of being impaled through the neck, no less.
* TheBully: Of the "auxiliary" type. He threatens his victims with Hot Pie's hitting them, not himself.
* FatAndSkinny: He's the skinny to Hot Pie's fat, while they're ThoseTwoBadGuys.
* ILied: After seeing that he has an arrow stuck on his leg,
a scantily clad prostitute played Lannister swordsman named Polliver tells him that he'll carry him. Instead, he sticks Needle, which he had just stolen from Arya, through Lommy's throat.
* InfantImmortality: Averted. He's murdered
by a real life contortionist. We see all her fantastic skills.Polliver.
* {{Jerkass}}: It comes with being TheBully.
* KidsAreCruel: Threatens Arya with Hot Pie's bullying of them.
* PragmaticAdaptation: In the books, Lommy is injured in the first battle but escapes along with Arya, Gendry and Hot Pie. Many chapters later, they are captured and Lommy is killed. The show gets rid of the {{padding}} by injuring and killing Lommy right away.
* StreetUrchin: Being an orphan, this is what he was before Yoren got him for the Night's Watch.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: He was this with Hot Pie, the pair of them bullying other kids for fun and profit until Lommy's death.



! Smallfolk

[[folder:Gendry]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I've never had a family."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Joe Dempsie

->''"When I hit that steel it sings. Are you gonna sing when I hit you?"''

An unacknowledged bastard son of King Robert Baratheon who works as an armourer's apprentice. Befriends Arya when they both have to flee King's Landing in Yoren's group of Night's Watch recruits.

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! Smallfolk

[[folder:Gendry]]
[[folder:Wisdom Hallyne]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/waters_gendry_8722.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Hallyne_1117.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"I've never had a family."'']]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[{{Pyromaniac}} After the dragons died, wildfire was the key to the Targaryen power.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Joe Dempsie

->''"When I hit that steel it sings. Are you gonna sing when I hit you?"''

An unacknowledged bastard son
Roy Dotrice

->''"[[DudeWheresMyRespect Our Order does not deal in pig shit!]]"''

The head
of King Robert Baratheon who works the Alchemists' Guild. Also known as an armourer's apprentice. Befriends Arya when they both have to flee King's Landing in Yoren's group of Night's Watch recruits. Hallyne the Pyromancer.



* AgeLift: Like the other older teenagers, he's 17/18, rather than 14/15 as in the books.
* TheApprentice: To Tobho Mott.
* BadassBeard: Grows one in Season 3.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: He wishes he'd have a family. Then, Melisandre takes him to his closest biological relatives... and bad stuff starts happening.
* TheBerserker: After Yoren is killed in "What is Dead May Never Die", he charges at the Lannister soldiers armed only with his [[DropTheHammer smith's hammer]].
* TheBlacksmith: What he was before leaving King's Landing.
* BigBrotherInstinct: From the start he is rather protective of Arya.
* ChekhovsGun: His helmet.
* TheChosenOne: Melisandre's trying to sell this explanation to him for why she abducted him. Then again, she was (ostensibly) instructed by R'hllor to find him and bring him back to Dragonstone.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: His hair color is decidedly Baratheon Black. It's what clued Ned in to him being one of Robert's many bastards, and later (collectively with all the other bastards) clued Ned in to Joffrey not being Robert's at all.
* CompositeCharacter: In the show, Melisandre targets him as a potential HumanSacrifice so he's spirited away in order to avoid this. In the books, this happened to his AdaptedOut half-brother Edric Storm.
** In the books at least two of Robert's other bastards survived: Edric Storm (sent to the Free Cities) and Mya Stone (in the Vale with Sansa). The TV series never introduced the others and seems to treat Gendry as the ''only'' surviving bastard.
* DropTheHammer: He uses his blacksmith hammer as a weapon. It must run in the family.
* DeadpanSnarker: Especially in his talks with Arya, when he starts calling her 'milady'. And later with Davos, when he's imprisoned.
-->'''Gendry:''' So how'd you become a lord?\\
'''Davos Seaworth:''' Oh, that's a long story.\\
'''Gendry:''' Better not, then. I'm a bit busy.
* EtTuBrute: In Season 3, he enthusiatically joins the Brotherhood without Banners, claiming that they'll be the closest thing to a family he'll ever have... only to be sold by them to Melisandre the next episode.
* FishOutOfWater: Almost literally when Davos puts him on a boat and he doesn't know which side to sit on to row, because he's never been in one before.
* {{Foil}}: To Joffrey, in pretty much everything, including paternity, morality, upbringing, amount of badass, how he treats Stark girls, and even clothing. They're both bastards connected to House Baratheon, but apart from that they're polar opposites.
** A more subtle one to Jon Snow: HeroicBastard? Check. Close brotherly relationship with Arya? Check. Royal lineage? Check.
*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, Jon Snow is actually Rhaegar Targaryen's son - meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen).
* GenerationXerox: Tall, strong, and handsome like his father, and his best friend is -- just like his father's was -- a Stark. Ned even realizes that he's Robert's bastard for certain when he stubbornly insists that his bull helmet's not for sale, even though slighting the Hand of the King could get his tongue ripped out. See "Strong Family Resemblance" below.
* GroinAttack: Melisandre places several leeches on Gendry, including his penis, to draw his powerful blood.
* HeroicBastard: Though he doesn't know of his royal lineage until Melisandre tells him, he's one of the unambiguously heroic characters.
* HiddenBackupPrince: In a perfect world, he'd be King Gendry I Baratheon right now, but as it stands he's just a royal bastard.
* HoneyTrap: Falls for one set by Melisandre.
-->'''Davos:''' If you mistrust fancy people so much, why were you in such a hurry to trust her?\\
'''Gendry:''' You're me. Never been with a woman. Never ''talked'' to a woman, really. And then she comes at you big words, no clothes.\\
'''Davos:''' She does know her way around a man's head, I'll give her that.
* HyperAwareness: First and only recruit of the Night's Watch who realizes that Arya is a girl. Lampshaded by himself. [[FreezeFrameBonus He's also the first one]] to wake up when the Lannisters come to attack Yoren's party, before Yoren wakes up the rest.
* IAmWho: Gendry's naturally surprised when Melisandre tells him he's the son of King Robert.
* IChooseToStay: In the Brotherhood without Banners. It doesn't end well.
* InnocentBlueEyes: Highlighted to an extreme after he's picked up by Melisandre.
* LastOfHisKind: He's the last of the Baratheon bastards after Joffrey's purge. [[spoiler: And the only Baratheon-blooded person in the world after Stannis's family line is extinguished.]]
* LikeFatherLikeSon: Robert Baratheon is mentioned as favoring a warhammer and wearing a horned helmet in combat. Gendry is first introduced wielding a [[VisualPun blacksmith's hammer]] to forge a [[ChekhovsGun horned helmet]]. He later uses the hammer in combat, too. Lampshaded by Melisandre. She says it's InTheBlood, along with his strength.
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Ned Stark, Jon Arryn and the Lannister government know who he is. He has no idea until Season 3.
* MrFanservice: In-universe, for Arya.
* NiceGuy: Gendry's an unambiguously heroic person.
* NotSoDifferent: A rare positive example, which is even rarer given the series. Ser Davos bonds with him: "Two boys from [[WretchedHive Flea Bottom]] in the castle of a king."
* PowerTrio: With Arya and Hot Pie, of the TwoGuysAndAGirl variety. He's TheLancer to Arya's [[TheHero hero]].
* PutOnABus: Is freed by Davos Seaworth in "Mhysa", and hasn't been seen or heard from since.
* SecretKeeper: Aside from Jaqen, he's the only one who knows that Arya is actually ''Arya Stark''.
* SecretLegacy: Had no idea who his father was until Season 3.
* ShirtlessScene: In "The Ghost of Harrenhal". Incidentally, it's also a ForgingScene. And obviously FanService of the [[FemaleGaze less]] [[MaleGaze prevalent]] sort.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: TallDarkAndHandsome, like a true Baratheon. Ned Stark immediately realizes upon seeing him for the first time that he is Robert's son. So does Stannis, when they meet in "Second Sons".
** In the books, it is said that Gendry resembles a young Robert so closely that it is blatantly obvious to anyone who meets him that also knows Robert (Eddard, Stannis) that Gendry is Robert's son. Given that Renly also resembles his older brother in his youth, people also remark on how much Gendry looks like Renly.
* WhatTheHellHero: Calls Arya out on her usage of Jaqen's three offered assassinations, claiming that she could have picked anyone of importance to the Lannister war effort, like Lord Tywin or King Joffrey.

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* AgeLift: Like the other older teenagers, AbsentmindedProfessor: He's not always focused.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Hallyne is absent-minded, ranting and reclusive...
he's 17/18, rather than 14/15 as in also partially responsible for winning the books.
* TheApprentice: To Tobho Mott.
* BadassBeard: Grows one in Season 3.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: He wishes he'd have a family. Then, Melisandre takes him
Battle of the Blackwater. And to his closest biological relatives... think he has the power to burn the whole capital city to the ground...
* CastingGag: Dotrice read most of the ''[=aSoIaF=]'' audiobooks (and several stories for GeorgeRRMartin's ''Dreamsongs'' audiobook),
and bad stuff starts happening.
* TheBerserker: After Yoren is killed in "What is Dead May Never Die", he charges at
reprises the Lannister soldiers armed only with his [[DropTheHammer smith's hammer]].
* TheBlacksmith: What
voices he was before leaving King's Landing.
* BigBrotherInstinct: From the start he is rather protective of Arya.
* ChekhovsGun: His helmet.
* TheChosenOne: Melisandre's trying to sell
used for this explanation to him for why she abducted him. Then again, she was (ostensibly) instructed by R'hllor to find him and bring him back to Dragonstone.
character whilst recording them.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: His hair color is decidedly Baratheon Black. It's what clued Ned in to him being one of Robert's many bastards, and later (collectively with all the other bastards) clued Ned in to Joffrey not being Robert's at all.
* CompositeCharacter: In the show, Melisandre targets him as a potential HumanSacrifice so he's spirited away in order to avoid this. In the books, this happened to his AdaptedOut half-brother Edric Storm.
**
ChuckCunninghamSyndrome[=/=]DemotedToExtra: Kind of. In the books he's present at least two of Robert's other bastards survived: Edric Storm (sent to the Free Cities) and Mya Stone (in victory ceremony after the Vale Battle of the Blackwater, in which he's awarded a Lordship (though no lands or keeps) for the wildfire trap -- which was actually Tyrion's idea.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: During his discussion
with Sansa). The TV series never introduced Bronn he mentions that during the others and seems to treat Gendry as the ''only'' surviving bastard.
* DropTheHammer: He uses his blacksmith hammer as a weapon. It must run in the family.
* DeadpanSnarker: Especially in his talks
times of Aerys he wouldn't have been insulted. Of course, since burning things with Arya, when he starts calling her 'milady'. And later with Davos, fire was one of Aerys' favourite past-times, the two probably got on like [[ObligatoryJoke a house on fire!]]
* LargeHam: It fits the MadScientist portrayal.
* MadScientist: During the Battle of Blackwater, he's laughing his arse off.
* {{Pride}}: He's extremely proud of his Order and his wildfire, and becomes highly offended
when he's imprisoned.
-->'''Gendry:''' So how'd you become
given less than his due.
* {{Pyromaniac}}: Hallyne is
a lord?\\
'''Davos Seaworth:''' Oh, that's a long story.\\
'''Gendry:''' Better not, then. I'm a bit busy.
little too enthusiastic about the properties of wildfire. For good measure, when the wildfire's finally used during the siege at King's Landing, while everyone else is staring at the resulting explosion in horror and amazement (except Joffrey), Hallyne is grinning and giggling to himself.
* EtTuBrute: In Season 3, he enthusiatically joins the Brotherhood without Banners, claiming that they'll be the closest thing to a family he'll ever have... only to be sold by them to Melisandre the next episode.
* FishOutOfWater: Almost literally when Davos puts him on a boat and he doesn't know which side to sit on to row, because he's never been in one before.
* {{Foil}}: To Joffrey, in pretty much everything, including paternity, morality, upbringing, amount of badass, how he treats Stark girls, and even clothing. They're both bastards connected to House Baratheon, but apart from that they're polar opposites.
** A more subtle one to Jon Snow: HeroicBastard? Check. Close brotherly relationship with Arya? Check. Royal lineage? Check.
*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, Jon Snow is actually Rhaegar Targaryen's son - meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen).
* GenerationXerox: Tall, strong, and handsome like his father, and his best friend is -- just like his father's was -- a Stark. Ned even realizes that he's Robert's bastard for certain when he stubbornly insists that his bull helmet's not for sale, even though slighting the Hand of the King could get his tongue ripped out. See "Strong Family Resemblance" below.
* GroinAttack: Melisandre places several leeches on Gendry, including his penis, to draw his powerful blood.
* HeroicBastard: Though he doesn't know of his royal lineage until Melisandre tells him, he's one of the unambiguously heroic characters.
* HiddenBackupPrince: In a perfect world, he'd be King Gendry I Baratheon right now, but as it stands he's just a royal bastard.
* HoneyTrap: Falls for one set by Melisandre.
-->'''Davos:''' If you mistrust fancy people so much, why were you in such a hurry to trust her?\\
'''Gendry:''' You're me. Never been with a woman. Never ''talked'' to a woman, really. And then she comes at you big words, no clothes.\\
'''Davos:''' She does know her way around a man's head, I'll give her that.
* HyperAwareness: First and only recruit of the Night's Watch who realizes that Arya is a girl. Lampshaded by himself. [[FreezeFrameBonus He's also the first one]] to wake up when the Lannisters come to attack Yoren's party, before Yoren wakes up the rest.
* IAmWho: Gendry's naturally surprised when Melisandre tells him he's the son of King Robert.
* IChooseToStay: In the Brotherhood without Banners. It doesn't end well.
* InnocentBlueEyes: Highlighted to
WizardBeard: He grows quite an extreme after he's picked up by Melisandre.
* LastOfHisKind: He's the last of the Baratheon bastards after Joffrey's purge. [[spoiler: And the only Baratheon-blooded person in the world after Stannis's family line is extinguished.]]
* LikeFatherLikeSon: Robert Baratheon is mentioned as favoring a warhammer and wearing a horned helmet in combat. Gendry is first introduced wielding a [[VisualPun blacksmith's hammer]] to forge a [[ChekhovsGun horned helmet]]. He later uses the hammer in combat, too. Lampshaded by Melisandre. She says it's InTheBlood, along with his strength.
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: Ned Stark, Jon Arryn and the Lannister government know who he is. He has no idea until Season 3.
* MrFanservice: In-universe, for Arya.
* NiceGuy: Gendry's an unambiguously heroic person.
* NotSoDifferent: A rare positive example, which is even rarer given the series. Ser Davos bonds with him: "Two boys from [[WretchedHive Flea Bottom]] in the castle of a king."
* PowerTrio: With Arya and Hot Pie, of the TwoGuysAndAGirl variety. He's TheLancer to Arya's [[TheHero hero]].
* PutOnABus: Is freed by Davos Seaworth in "Mhysa", and hasn't been seen or heard from since.
* SecretKeeper: Aside from Jaqen, he's the only one who knows that Arya is actually ''Arya Stark''.
* SecretLegacy: Had no idea who his father was until Season 3.
* ShirtlessScene: In "The Ghost of Harrenhal". Incidentally, it's also a ForgingScene. And obviously FanService of the [[FemaleGaze less]] [[MaleGaze prevalent]] sort.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: TallDarkAndHandsome, like a true Baratheon. Ned Stark immediately realizes upon seeing him for the first time that he is Robert's son. So does Stannis, when they meet in "Second Sons".
** In the books, it is said that Gendry resembles a young Robert so closely that it is blatantly obvious to anyone who meets him that also knows Robert (Eddard, Stannis) that Gendry is Robert's son. Given that Renly also resembles his older brother in his youth, people also remark on how much Gendry looks like Renly.
* WhatTheHellHero: Calls Arya out on her usage of Jaqen's three offered assassinations, claiming that she could have picked anyone of importance to the Lannister war effort, like Lord Tywin or King Joffrey.
impressive one.



[[folder:Hot Pie]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/f9d1b7243cec68d6a0e6f04462eb1adc.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''[[BlatantLies "I ain't afraid of no battles."]]'']]
->'''Played By:''' Ben Hawkey

->'''Anguy:''' Half the country's starving and look at this one.\\
'''Thoros of Myr:''' Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.

An orphan living in King's Landing recruited by Yoren to join the Night's Watch. A former baker's apprentice and later travelling companion of Gendry and Arya Stark.

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[[folder:Hot Pie]]
[[folder:Tobho Mott]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/f9d1b7243cec68d6a0e6f04462eb1adc.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Mott_Tohbo_8523.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''[[BlatantLies "I ain't afraid of no battles."]]'']]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"Show the Hand the helmet you made, lad."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Ben Hawkey

->'''Anguy:''' Half the country's starving
Andrew Wilde

A master armourer
and look at this one.\\
'''Thoros of Myr:''' Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.

An orphan
blacksmith living in the city of King's Landing recruited by Yoren to join the Night's Watch. A former baker's apprentice and later travelling companion of Gendry and Arya Stark.Landing.



* BadassBoast: All of them fake.
* BadLiar: Arya sees through his attempts to lie. He does manage to grow out of this in Season 4, when he glibly dismisses the Starks as all traitors and denies any knowledge of them to Brienne and Podrick until he can be sure he can trust them.
* BoisterousWeakling: He's too confident for his own good at first. He gets better.
* TheBully: [[BullyingADragon Briefly]], to [[LittleMissBadass Arya]]. When shit gets real, Hot Pie gradually grows out of his old bullying tendencies and becomes a friend to Arya and Gendry.
* TheBusCameBack: Brienne and Pod happen to stop at the same inn, and upon hearing they're looking for Arya's sister he points them in the right direction. He's also gotten much better at making wolf-shaped bread.
* ButtMonkey: Becomes the butt of the joke many times.
* BringMyBrownPants: See StaringDownCthulhu below.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: He is way more friendly to Arya and Gendry in the second season. Although some of that is probably fear.
* DirtyCoward[=/=]LovableCoward: Hot Pie talks a big game, but he's quick to yell, "I yieeeeld!!!" at the first sign of danger. Any bravery he exhibits is usually luck.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: He goes through a ''lot'', along with Arya and Gendry, but in the end, he's one of the few characters to leave the story in a nonviolent manner, becoming a baker at a quiet, out-of-the-way inn. In Season 4 he's still there, still happy with his job, and still eager to discuss his craft with anyone who will listen. At this point, he is literally the only character in the series who has gained any sort of happy ending.
* FatBastard[=/=]BigFun: Starts out the former, becomes the latter.
* FatIdiot: While he does become a better person with time, he remains a dunce throughout.
* TheFunnyGuy: Hot Pie gradually becomes this.
* IChooseToStay: In the inn the Brotherhood takes the trio after capturing them.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: At first glance he's a malicious bully, but a healthy overdose of trauma sets him right and he winds up becoming one of the nicest characters in the series. His bullying was really all bluster, presumably a method of survival in the dog-eat-dog world of Westeros.
* KidsAreCruel: Originally, he was very nasty. He gets better once he is scared out of his bullying tendencies.
* TheLoad: Arya is clever and ruthless. Gendry is strong and level-headed. Hot Pie...knows how to bake. In his defense, he ''is'' pretty good at it. Also justified because he used to be a baker's poor apprentice. He has no training in combat, so you can't exactly expect him to be able to fight any better beyond throwing stale bread at people.
* LogicalFallacies: This magnificent exchange from [[Recap/GameOfThronesS2E3WhatIsDeadMayNeverDie "What Is Dead May Never Die"]].
-->'''Hot Pie:''' [[BlatantLies I've seen lots of battles!]] I saw...\\
'''Arya:''' Liar.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AnecdotalFallacy I saw a man killing another]] at a tavern in Flea's Bottom. Stabbed right in the neck.\\
'''Lommy:''' Two men fighting is no battle.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' They got armour on.\\
'''Arya:''' So?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AssociationFallacy So if they got armour on, it's a battle]].\\
'''Lommy:''' No, it isn't.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AdHominem What does a dyer's apprentice know about battles, anyway?]]\\
'''Arya:''' Gendry's an armourer's apprentice. Hot Pie, tell Gendry what makes a fight into a battle.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' It's, uh, when they've got armour on.\\
'''Gendry:''' And who told you that?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AppealToAuthority A knight.]]\\
'''Gendry:''' How'd you know he was a knight?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' Wells, [[AssociationFallacy cause he's got a-armour on.]]\\
'''Gendry:''' You don't have to be a knight to have armour. Any idiot can buy armour!\\
'''Hot Pie:''' How'd you know?\\
'''Gendry:''' [[WhatAnIdiot Because I sold armour!]]
* NiceGuy: Develops into this at the latter end of Season 3 where his interactions with Arya show he has completely shrugged off his former jerkassery, and in Season 4 he is depicted as a thoroughly good natured and loyal individual.
* NonActionGuy: Hot Pie is hardly named for his fighting prowess. On the rare occasion he gets close to fighting himself, he gets steamrolled.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: We never learn his real name.
* PowerTrio: With Arya and Gendry, of the TwoGuysAndAGirl variety. In contrast to the usual variation, however, Hot Pie is clearly TheChick.
* PutOnABus: He chooses to stay and work at an inn baking instead of continuing on with Arya, Gendry, and the Brotherhood.
* ShooOutTheClowns: A nonviolent example.
* StaringDownCthulhu: One of the prisoners in Harrenhal tells him this is a sure way not to get picked for torture by the Mountain. Hot Pie lives to tell the tale. The other kid doesn't.
* SupremeChef: Hot Pie's skill as a cook is his greatest - and perhaps only - talent, and it [[EarnYourHappyEnding earns him]] the series' one and only legitimate happy ending.
* ThoseTwoGuys: With Lommy Greenhands, until Lommy's death-by-Polliver.
* TooDumbToLive: Averted; he's stupid but he actually manages to survive in spite of himself. Someone tells him that the way to avoid being chosen by the Mountain is to look straight at him; this is a lie with no evidence and clearly not worth the risk to find out, but Hot Pie does it anyway. The Mountain ends up choosing someone else out of pure chance.
* TookALevelInBadass: Staring down the Mountain is an act of incredible badassery, and also probably one of audacious stupidity. It's perhaps played a little straighter when he undergoes not inconsiderable risk to help Brienne and Pod. He faces no immediate danger, but it still took serious guts especially when there was no real benefit to him.
* TookALevelInKindness: Formerly a childhood bully, he gets better after Arya snaps him out of it.
* UndyingLoyalty: Eventually he becomes steadfastly loyal to Arya. When he appears in Season 4, he helps Brienne and Podrick despite knowing full-well how dangerous it is to help the Starks in the post-Red Wedding climate, with no hope of reward.

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* BadassBoast: All TheAce: A blacksmithing example:
--> '''Thoros
of them fake.
* BadLiar: Arya sees through his attempts to lie. He does manage to grow out of this in Season 4, when
Myr:''' That criminal...he glibly dismisses the Starks charges twice as all traitors and denies any knowledge of them to Brienne and Podrick until he can be sure he can trust them.
* BoisterousWeakling: He's too confident for his own good at first. He gets better.
* TheBully: [[BullyingADragon Briefly]], to [[LittleMissBadass Arya]]. When shit gets real, Hot Pie gradually grows out of his old bullying tendencies and becomes a friend to Arya and Gendry.
* TheBusCameBack: Brienne and Pod happen to stop at the same inn, and upon hearing they're looking for Arya's sister he points them
much as every other armourer in the right direction. He's also gotten much better at making wolf-shaped bread.
* ButtMonkey: Becomes the butt of the joke many times.
* BringMyBrownPants: See StaringDownCthulhu below.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: He is way more friendly to Arya and Gendry in the second season. Although some of that is probably fear.
* DirtyCoward[=/=]LovableCoward: Hot Pie talks a big game, but he's quick to yell, "I yieeeeld!!!" at the first sign of danger. Any bravery he exhibits is usually luck.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: He goes through a ''lot'', along with Arya and Gendry, but in the end, he's one of the few characters to leave the story in a nonviolent manner, becoming a baker at a quiet, out-of-the-way inn. In Season 4 he's still there, still happy with his job, and still eager to discuss his craft with anyone who will listen. At this point, he is literally the only character in the series who has gained any sort of happy ending.
* FatBastard[=/=]BigFun: Starts out the former, becomes the latter.
* FatIdiot: While he does become a better person with time, he remains a dunce throughout.
* TheFunnyGuy: Hot Pie gradually becomes this.
* IChooseToStay: In the inn the Brotherhood takes the trio after capturing them.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: At first glance he's a malicious bully, but a healthy overdose of trauma sets him right and he winds up becoming one of the nicest characters in the series. His bullying was really all bluster, presumably a method of survival in the dog-eat-dog world of Westeros.
* KidsAreCruel: Originally, he was very nasty. He gets better once he is scared out of his bullying tendencies.
* TheLoad: Arya is clever and ruthless. Gendry is strong and level-headed. Hot Pie...knows how to bake. In his defense, he ''is'' pretty good at it. Also justified because he used to be a baker's poor apprentice. He has no training in combat, so you can't exactly expect him to be able to fight any better beyond throwing stale bread at people.
* LogicalFallacies: This magnificent exchange from [[Recap/GameOfThronesS2E3WhatIsDeadMayNeverDie "What Is Dead May Never Die"]].
-->'''Hot Pie:''' [[BlatantLies I've seen lots of battles!]] I saw...\\
'''Arya:''' Liar.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AnecdotalFallacy I saw a man killing another]] at a tavern in Flea's Bottom. Stabbed right in the neck.\\
'''Lommy:''' Two men fighting is no battle.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' They got armour on.\\
'''Arya:''' So?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AssociationFallacy So if they got armour on, it's a battle]].\\
'''Lommy:''' No, it isn't.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AdHominem What does a dyer's apprentice know about battles, anyway?]]\\
'''Arya:''' Gendry's an armourer's apprentice. Hot Pie, tell Gendry what makes a fight into a battle.\\
'''Hot Pie:''' It's, uh, when they've got armour on.\\
city!\\
'''Gendry:''' And who told you that?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' [[AppealToAuthority A knight.]]\\
'''Gendry:''' How'd you know he was a knight?\\
'''Hot Pie:''' Wells, [[AssociationFallacy cause
That's because he's got a-armour on.]]\\
'''Gendry:''' You don't have
twice as good.
* TheBlacksmith: He's a somewhat well-known and talented blacksmith in King's Landing.
* ColdBloodedTorture: Averted. After Joffrey orders all of Robert's bastards
to be a knight to have armour. Any idiot can buy armour!\\
'''Hot Pie:''' How'd you know?\\
'''Gendry:''' [[WhatAnIdiot Because I sold armour!]]
* NiceGuy: Develops into this at the latter end of Season 3 where his interactions with Arya show he has completely shrugged off his former jerkassery, and in Season 4
killed, he is depicted as a thoroughly good natured and loyal individual.
* NonActionGuy: Hot Pie is hardly named for his fighting prowess. On the rare occasion he gets close to fighting himself, he gets steamrolled.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: We never learn his real name.
* PowerTrio: With Arya and Gendry, of the TwoGuysAndAGirl variety. In contrast to the usual variation, however, Hot Pie is clearly TheChick.
* PutOnABus: He chooses to stay and work at an inn baking instead of continuing on with Arya, Gendry, and the Brotherhood.
* ShooOutTheClowns: A nonviolent example.
* StaringDownCthulhu: One of the prisoners in Harrenhal tells him this is a sure way not to get picked for torture
threatened by the Mountain. Hot Pie lives to tell Gold Cloaks with burning his face on the tale. The other kid doesn't.
* SupremeChef: Hot Pie's skill as a cook is his greatest -
embers if he doesn't reveal Gendry's whereabouts. He does and perhaps only - escapes unharmed.
* TheMentor: To Gendry. He trained the boy in smithing, and considering Gendry's
talent, and it [[EarnYourHappyEnding earns him]] the series' one and only legitimate happy ending.
* ThoseTwoGuys: With Lommy Greenhands, until Lommy's death-by-Polliver.
* TooDumbToLive: Averted; he's stupid but he actually manages to survive in spite of himself. Someone tells him that the way to avoid being chosen by the Mountain is to look straight at him; this is
Mott did a lie with no evidence and clearly not worth the risk to find out, but Hot Pie does it anyway. The Mountain ends up choosing someone else out of pure chance.
* TookALevelInBadass: Staring down the Mountain is an act of incredible badassery, and also probably one of audacious stupidity. It's perhaps played a little straighter when he undergoes not inconsiderable risk to help Brienne and Pod. He faces no immediate danger, but it still took serious guts especially when there was no real benefit to him.
* TookALevelInKindness: Formerly a childhood bully, he gets better after Arya snaps him out
damn good job of it.
* UndyingLoyalty: Eventually he becomes steadfastly loyal ParentalSubstitute: Again, to Arya. When he appears in Season 4, he helps Brienne and Podrick despite knowing full-well how dangerous it is to help the Starks in the post-Red Wedding climate, Gendry, who's a bastard of Robert with no hope of reward.a MissingMom.
* ShooTheDog: Implied to have done this to protect Gendry.



[[folder:Marillion]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"The lion ripped his balls off and / the boar did all the rest."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Emun Elliot

A travelling troubadour and singer.

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[[folder:Marillion]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"The lion ripped his balls off and / the boar did all the rest."'']]
[[folder:Mycah]]
->'''Played By:''' Emun Elliot

Rhodri Hosking

->'''Ned Stark:''' The butcher's boy...you rode him down?\\
'''The Hound:''' He ran. [[KickTheDog Not very fast.]]

A travelling troubadour and singer.butcher's son who befriended Arya.



* AssholeVictim: A non-fatal example. Marillion is a smug cockhead, but it is slightly satisfying to see him go through the trauma that comes with sticking close to the main characters.
* ButtMonkey: If it's bad, he's the victim of it.
* CompositeCharacter: Marillion's mutilation at King Joffrey's orders for a song that ridicules King Robert happens to an unidentified troubadour in the books.
* ExactWords: ''"I'll never sing it again I swear!"'' No, Marillion, you certainly won't. As a side note, you may want to cancel your future gigs.
* {{Jerkass}}: Marillion is a smug wanker much of the time, although he hardly deserves some of the horrible things that happen to him.
* SadisticChoice: One of his songs earns the wrath of King Joffrey because it ridicules the late King Robert's death, his mother and Joffery himself. Joffrey forces him to choose between losing his tongue or his hands. After Marillion states that every man needs hands, Ser Ilyn Payne cuts out his tongue.
* TagalongKid: Tags along with Catelyn Stark to the Eyrie, as part of his WanderingMinstrel job.
* WanderingMinstrel: His main profession is to stick close to whatever drama is going on and write songs about it.

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* AssholeVictim: A non-fatal example. Marillion is a smug cockhead, but it is slightly satisfying AintTooProudToBeg: According to see him go through the trauma that comes with sticking close Sandor while he's trying to the main characters.get Arya to mercy kill him.
* ButtMonkey: If it's bad, he's the victim of it.
* CompositeCharacter: Marillion's mutilation at King Joffrey's orders for a song that ridicules King Robert happens to an unidentified troubadour in the books.
* ExactWords: ''"I'll
ForgottenFallenFriend: Massively averted. Arya never sing it again I swear!"'' No, Marillion, you certainly won't. As a side note, you may want to cancel your future gigs.
* {{Jerkass}}: Marillion is a smug wanker much
forgets Mycah, and his unjust death at the hands of the time, although he hardly deserves some of Hound keeps her hatred for Sandor Clegane alive. She brings up Mycah at the horrible things that happen to him.
* SadisticChoice: One of
Hound's 'trial' in "Kissed By Fire"; and Sandor even brings up Mycah's unjust demise at his songs earns the wrath of King Joffrey because it ridicules the late King Robert's death, hands as a means to taunt and provoke Arya to kill him off, in his mother and Joffery himself. Joffrey forces him to choose between losing his tongue or his hands. After Marillion states that every man needs hands, Ser Ilyn Payne cuts out his tongue.
wounded state in "The Children".
* TagalongKid: Tags along with Catelyn Stark to the Eyrie, as part of his WanderingMinstrel job.
InfantImmortality: Averted, sadly for Mycah.
* WanderingMinstrel: His main profession OnlyOneName: As is to stick close to whatever drama is going on and write songs about it.commonplace for most smallfolk.



[[folder:Lommy Greenhands]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[{{Jerkass}} Maybe he is a little squire...]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Eros Vlahos

An orphan living in King's Landing recruited by Yoren to join the Night's Watch. A former dyer's apprentice arrested for thieving.

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[[folder:Lommy Greenhands]]
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[[folder:Masha Heddle]]
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->'''Played By:''' Eros Vlahos

An orphan living in King's Landing recruited by Yoren to join
Susie Kelly

The innkeeper at
the Night's Watch. A former dyer's apprentice arrested for thieving.Crossroads Inn.



* AlasPoorVillain: Despite being nasty and cruel, Arya was appalled at how he died, and avenged his death specifically when she confronted Polliver and killed him in the same way that he killed Lommy, even referring to him as "[[UnreliableNarrator my friend]]".
* BloodFromTheMouth: A result of being impaled through the neck, no less.
* TheBully: Of the "auxiliary" type. He threatens his victims with Hot Pie's hitting them, not himself.
* FatAndSkinny: He's the skinny to Hot Pie's fat, while they're ThoseTwoBadGuys.
* ILied: After seeing that he has an arrow stuck on his leg, a Lannister swordsman named Polliver tells him that he'll carry him. Instead, he sticks Needle, which he had just stolen from Arya, through Lommy's throat.
* InfantImmortality: Averted. He's murdered by Polliver.
* {{Jerkass}}: It comes with being TheBully.
* KidsAreCruel: Threatens Arya with Hot Pie's bullying of them.
* PragmaticAdaptation: In the books, Lommy is injured in the first battle but escapes along with Arya, Gendry and Hot Pie. Many chapters later, they are captured and Lommy is killed. The show gets rid of the {{padding}} by injuring and killing Lommy right away.
* StreetUrchin: Being an orphan, this is what he was before Yoren got him for the Night's Watch.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: He was this with Hot Pie, the pair of them bullying other kids for fun and profit until Lommy's death.

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* AlasPoorVillain: Despite being nasty and cruel, Arya was appalled at how he died, and avenged his death specifically when she confronted Polliver and killed him AdaptationalAttractiveness: Looks like a normal old lady in the same way that he killed Lommy, even referring to him as "[[UnreliableNarrator my friend]]".
* BloodFromTheMouth: A result of being impaled through the neck, no less.
* TheBully: Of the "auxiliary" type. He threatens his victims with Hot Pie's hitting them, not himself.
* FatAndSkinny: He's the skinny to Hot Pie's fat, while they're ThoseTwoBadGuys.
* ILied: After seeing that he has an arrow stuck on his leg, a Lannister swordsman named Polliver tells him that he'll carry him. Instead, he sticks Needle, which he had just stolen from Arya, through Lommy's throat.
* InfantImmortality: Averted. He's murdered by Polliver.
* {{Jerkass}}: It comes with being TheBully.
* KidsAreCruel: Threatens Arya with Hot Pie's bullying of them.
* PragmaticAdaptation:
series. In the books, Lommy is injured she's described in rather unflattering terms by Catelyn and her teeth are apparently stained red from chewing sourleaf (probably Westerosi tobacco).
* TheBartender: Just a simple innkeeper.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: In the books, she's hanged for letting Tyrion be kidnapped after Tywin's forces take the inn as a base of operations; whereas
in the first battle but escapes along with Arya, Gendry and Hot Pie. Many chapters later, they are captured and Lommy is killed. The show gets rid TV series the Lannister forces set up a base somewhere in the Riverlands east of the {{padding}} by injuring and killing Lommy right away.
* StreetUrchin: Being an orphan, this is what he was before Yoren got him for the Night's Watch.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: He was this with Hot Pie, the pair of them bullying other kids for fun and profit until Lommy's death.
Trident.



[[folder:Wisdom Hallyne]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[{{Pyromaniac}} After the dragons died, wildfire was the key to the Targaryen power.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Roy Dotrice

->''"[[DudeWheresMyRespect Our Order does not deal in pig shit!]]"''

The head of the Alchemists' Guild. Also known as Hallyne the Pyromancer.

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[[folder:Wisdom Hallyne]]
[[folder:Maggy the Frog]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[{{Pyromaniac}} After the dragons died, wildfire was the key [[caption-width-right:350:''"[[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor Everyone wants to the Targaryen power.]]"'']]
know their future... until they know their future.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Roy Dotrice

->''"[[DudeWheresMyRespect Our Order does
Jodhi May

->'''Cersei Lannister:''' They said that you were terrifying with cat's teeth and three eyes. You're
not deal terrifying. You're boring.\\
'''Maggy:''' You don't know what I am.

A woods witch and reputed fortune teller living
in pig shit!]]"''

The head of
a hut in the Alchemists' Guild. Also known as Hallyne the Pyromancer.woods near Lannisport.



* AbsentmindedProfessor: He's not always focused.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Hallyne is absent-minded, ranting and reclusive...he's also partially responsible for winning the Battle of the Blackwater. And to think he has the power to burn the whole capital city to the ground...
* CastingGag: Dotrice read most of the ''[=aSoIaF=]'' audiobooks (and several stories for GeorgeRRMartin's ''Dreamsongs'' audiobook), and reprises the voices he used for this character whilst recording them.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome[=/=]DemotedToExtra: Kind of. In the books he's present at the victory ceremony after the Battle of the Blackwater, in which he's awarded a Lordship (though no lands or keeps) for the wildfire trap -- which was actually Tyrion's idea.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: During his discussion with Bronn he mentions that during the times of Aerys he wouldn't have been insulted. Of course, since burning things with fire was one of Aerys' favourite past-times, the two probably got on like [[ObligatoryJoke a house on fire!]]
* LargeHam: It fits the MadScientist portrayal.
* MadScientist: During the Battle of Blackwater, he's laughing his arse off.
* {{Pride}}: He's extremely proud of his Order and his wildfire, and becomes highly offended when he's given less than his due.
* {{Pyromaniac}}: Hallyne is a little too enthusiastic about the properties of wildfire. For good measure, when the wildfire's finally used during the siege at King's Landing, while everyone else is staring at the resulting explosion in horror and amazement (except Joffrey), Hallyne is grinning and giggling to himself.
* WizardBeard: He grows quite an impressive one.

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* AbsentmindedProfessor: He's AdaptationalAttractiveness: Maggy the Frog is described in the books as old, squat and warty, with crusty yellow eyes, no teeth, and pale green jowls. Here she's blond, young, and attractive despite her dirty appearance.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: She sternly warns Cersei that she might
not always focused.
like what she hears. Cersei being Cersei, she doesn't heed that advice.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Hallyne is absent-minded, ranting and reclusive...he's also partially responsible for winning the Battle of the Blackwater. And BloodMagic: How she operates.
* ExactWords: Maggy tends
to think he has the power to burn the whole capital city to the ground...
* CastingGag: Dotrice read most of the ''[=aSoIaF=]'' audiobooks (and several stories for GeorgeRRMartin's ''Dreamsongs'' audiobook), and reprises the voices he used for
deal in this character whilst recording them.
kind of fortune-telling. She'll tell you the truth, but it not might be the truth as you understand it.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome[=/=]DemotedToExtra: Kind of. HermitGuru: She lives alone in the woods, with her only visitors being those who want to make use of her powers.
* HotWitch: Due to her AdaptationalAttractiveness she's played by a conventionally attractive actress, albeit dirtied up.
* KickTheSonOfABitch: She takes slightly sadistic pleasure in telling Cersei her unpleasant future, but she ''had'' just threatened to have Maggy's eyes gouged out.
* RaceLift:
In the books he's present at the victory ceremony after the Battle of the Blackwater, in which he's awarded she's Essosi. The show make her a Lordship (though no lands or keeps) for the wildfire trap -- which was actually Tyrion's idea.
Westerosi
* DudeWheresMyRespect: During his discussion with Bronn he mentions that during the times of Aerys he wouldn't have been insulted. Of course, since burning things with fire was one of Aerys' favourite past-times, the two probably got on like [[ObligatoryJoke a house on fire!]]
* LargeHam: It fits the MadScientist portrayal.
* MadScientist: During the Battle of Blackwater, he's laughing his arse off.
* {{Pride}}: He's extremely proud of his Order
RuleOfThree: Spill some blood, and his wildfire, and becomes highly offended when he's given less than his due.
* {{Pyromaniac}}: Hallyne is a little too enthusiastic about the properties of wildfire. For good measure, when the wildfire's finally used during the siege at King's Landing, while everyone else is staring at the resulting explosion in horror and amazement (except Joffrey), Hallyne is grinning and giggling to himself.
* WizardBeard: He grows quite an impressive one.
you can ask Maggy three questions.




[[folder:Tobho Mott]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Show the Hand the helmet you made, lad."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Andrew Wilde

A master armourer and blacksmith living in the city of King's Landing.
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* TheAce: A blacksmithing example:
--> '''Thoros of Myr:''' That criminal...he charges twice as much as every other armourer in the city!\\
'''Gendry:''' That's because he's twice as good.
* TheBlacksmith: He's a somewhat well-known and talented blacksmith in King's Landing.
* ColdBloodedTorture: Averted. After Joffrey orders all of Robert's bastards to be killed, he is threatened by the Gold Cloaks with burning his face on the embers if he doesn't reveal Gendry's whereabouts. He does and escapes unharmed.
* TheMentor: To Gendry. He trained the boy in smithing, and considering Gendry's talent, Mott did a damn good job of it.
* ParentalSubstitute: Again, to Gendry, who's a bastard of Robert with a MissingMom.
* ShooTheDog: Implied to have done this to protect Gendry.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mycah]]
->'''Played By:''' Rhodri Hosking

->'''Ned Stark:''' The butcher's boy...you rode him down?\\
'''The Hound:''' He ran. [[KickTheDog Not very fast.]]

A butcher's son who befriended Arya.
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* AintTooProudToBeg: According to Sandor while he's trying to get Arya to mercy kill him.
* ForgottenFallenFriend: Massively averted. Arya never forgets Mycah, and his unjust death at the hands of the Hound keeps her hatred for Sandor Clegane alive. She brings up Mycah at the Hound's 'trial' in "Kissed By Fire"; and Sandor even brings up Mycah's unjust demise at his hands as a means to taunt and provoke Arya to kill him off, in his wounded state in "The Children".
* InfantImmortality: Averted, sadly for Mycah.
* OnlyOneName: As is commonplace for most smallfolk.
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[[folder:Masha Heddle]]
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->'''Played By:''' Susie Kelly

The innkeeper at the Crossroads Inn.
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Looks like a normal old lady in the series. In the books, she's described in rather unflattering terms by Catelyn and her teeth are apparently stained red from chewing sourleaf (probably Westerosi tobacco).
* TheBartender: Just a simple innkeeper.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: In the books, she's hanged for letting Tyrion be kidnapped after Tywin's forces take the inn as a base of operations; whereas in the TV series the Lannister forces set up a base somewhere in the Riverlands east of the Trident.
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[[folder:Maggy the Frog]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor Everyone wants to know their future... until they know their future.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Jodhi May

->'''Cersei Lannister:''' They said that you were terrifying with cat's teeth and three eyes. You're not terrifying. You're boring.\\
'''Maggy:''' You don't know what I am.

A woods witch and reputed fortune teller living in a hut in the woods near Lannisport.
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Maggy the Frog is described in the books as old, squat and warty, with crusty yellow eyes, no teeth, and pale green jowls. Here she's blond, young, and attractive despite her dirty appearance.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: She sternly warns Cersei that she might not like what she hears. Cersei being Cersei, she doesn't heed that advice.
* BloodMagic: How she operates.
* ExactWords: Maggy tends to deal in this kind of fortune-telling. She'll tell you the truth, but it not might be the truth as you understand it.
* HermitGuru: She lives alone in the woods, with her only visitors being those who want to make use of her powers.
* HotWitch: Due to her AdaptationalAttractiveness she's played by a conventionally attractive actress, albeit dirtied up.
* KickTheSonOfABitch: She takes slightly sadistic pleasure in telling Cersei her unpleasant future, but she ''had'' just threatened to have Maggy's eyes gouged out.
* RaceLift: In the books she's Essosi. The show make her a Westerosi
* RuleOfThree: Spill some blood, and you can ask Maggy three questions.
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31st Jul '16 3:46:23 AM SorPepita
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%%* KillTheCutie

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%%* KillTheCutie* KillTheCutie: A Cutie killed by Joffrey.



* RagsToRiches: She's worked her way up from being a prostitute in the north to Littlefingers righthand woman and a prized and respected employee of Varys's as well.

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* RagsToRiches: She's worked her way up from being a prostitute in the north to Littlefingers Littlefinger's righthand woman and a prized and respected employee of Varys's Varys as well.
31st Jul '16 3:35:38 AM SorPepita
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* DiamondsInTheBuff

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* DiamondsInTheBuffDiamondsInTheBuff: Her earings.



* InterruptedIntimacy: When the Faith Militant storm Littlefinger's brothel, she's caught mid-coitius and dragged out naked into the street by her hair. Could have been worse, actually: the actress said that originally they were going to punch her in the face so hard that she had to spit out a lot of fake blood, but later the episode decided that this was needlessly graphic so he switched it to just dragging her out.

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* InterruptedIntimacy: When the Faith Militant storm Littlefinger's brothel, she's caught mid-coitius mid-coitus and dragged out naked into the street by her hair. Could have been worse, actually: the actress said that originally they were going to punch her in the face so hard that she had to spit out a lot of fake blood, but later the episode decided that this was needlessly graphic so he switched it to just dragging her out.
12th Jul '16 10:16:53 AM TheDragonDemands
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** In the books, the several core members of the Brotherhood were actually champions at the Hand's Tourney (from the middle of Season 1) - lampshading why they are such an effective fighting force despite their small numbers. Anguy won a ''kingdom-wide'' archery contest at the tourney - so yes, he can state with evidence that he is one of the best living archers in Westeros.

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** In the books, the several core members of the Brotherhood were actually champions at the Hand's Tourney (from the middle of Season 1) - lampshading why they are such an effective fighting force despite their small numbers. Anguy won a ''kingdom-wide'' archery contest at the tourney - so yes, he can state with evidence that he is one of the best living archers in Westeros.
12th Jul '16 10:16:07 AM TheDragonDemands
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* TheRemnant: Of the host of Stark and Baratheon men send by Ned to execute the Mountain back in Season One. They consider themselves bannermen loyal to the late King Robert, despite him being, well, late.

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* TheRemnant: Of the host of Stark and Baratheon men send by Ned to execute the Mountain back in Season One. They consider themselves bannermen loyal to the late King Robert, despite him being, well, late. They're one of the only anti-Lannister forces in central Westeros to survive after the Red Wedding, and really the only anti-Lannister force in central Westeros when they reappear in late Season 6 - when other anti-Lannister rebellions start up again too.



**In the books, the several core members of the Brotherhood were actually champions at the Hand's Tourney (from the middle of Season 1) - lampshading why they are such an effective fighting force despite their small numbers. Anguy won a ''kingdom-wide'' archery contest at the tourney - so yes, he can state with evidence that he is one of the best living archers in Westeros.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He is not seen when the Brotherhood reappear in Season 6. This means he either deserted or [[BusCrash died offscreen at some point.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He is not seen when the Brotherhood reappear in Season 6. This means may imply he either deserted or [[BusCrash died offscreen at some point.]]point]] - though it's possible the actor was simply unavailable and he was just "off-screen" in Season 6, but will return later.



**In the books at least two of Robert's other bastards survived: Edric Storm (sent to the Free Cities) and Mya Stone (in the Vale with Sansa). The TV series never introduced the others and seems to treat Gendry as the ''only'' surviving bastard.



* GenerationXerox: Tall, strong, and handsome like his father, and his best friend is -- just like his father's was -- a Stark. Ned even realizes that he's Robert's bastard for certain when he stubbornly insists that his bull helmet's not for sale, even though slighting the Hand of the King could get his tongue ripped out.

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***As we find out in the Season 6 finale, Jon Snow is actually Rhaegar Targaryen's son - meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen).
* GenerationXerox: Tall, strong, and handsome like his father, and his best friend is -- just like his father's was -- a Stark. Ned even realizes that he's Robert's bastard for certain when he stubbornly insists that his bull helmet's not for sale, even though slighting the Hand of the King could get his tongue ripped out. See "Strong Family Resemblance" below.



* LikeFatherLikeSon: Robert Baratheon is mentioned as favouring a warhammer and wearing a horned helmet in combat. Gendry is first introduced wielding a [[VisualPun blacksmith's hammer]] to forge a [[ChekhovsGun horned helmet]]. He later uses the hammer in combat, too. Lampshaded by Melisandre. She says it's InTheBlood, along with his strength.

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* LikeFatherLikeSon: Robert Baratheon is mentioned as favouring favoring a warhammer and wearing a horned helmet in combat. Gendry is first introduced wielding a [[VisualPun blacksmith's hammer]] to forge a [[ChekhovsGun horned helmet]]. He later uses the hammer in combat, too. Lampshaded by Melisandre. She says it's InTheBlood, along with his strength.


Added DiffLines:

**In the books, it is said that Gendry resembles a young Robert so closely that it is blatantly obvious to anyone who meets him that also knows Robert (Eddard, Stannis) that Gendry is Robert's son. Given that Renly also resembles his older brother in his youth, people also remark on how much Gendry looks like Renly.
8th Jul '16 10:13:02 AM Discar
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-->''"That's what we are: ghosts, waiting for you in the dark. You can't see us, but we see you. No matter whose cloak you wear -- Lannister, Stark, Baratheon -- you prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down."''
-->--'''Lord Beric Dondarrion'''

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-->''"That's ->''"That's what we are: ghosts, waiting for you in the dark. You can't see us, but we see you. No matter whose cloak you wear -- Lannister, Stark, Baratheon -- you prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down."''
-->--'''Lord -->-- '''Lord Beric Dondarrion'''



->'''Dondarrion''': ''You stand accused of murder, but no one here knows the truth of the charge, so it is not for us to judge you. Only the Lord of Light may do that now. I sentence you to trial by combat.''
->'''Sandor''': ''So, who will it be? Shall we find out if your fire god really loves you, priest? Or you, archer? What are you worth with a sword in your hand? Or is the little girl the bravest one here?''
->'''Dondarrion''': ''Aye. She might be. But it's me you'll fight.''

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->'''Dondarrion''': ''You You stand accused of murder, but no one here knows the truth of the charge, so it is not for us to judge you. Only the Lord of Light may do that now. I sentence you to trial by combat.''
->'''Sandor''': ''So,
\\
'''Sandor''': So,
who will it be? Shall we find out if your fire god really loves you, priest? Or you, archer? What are you worth with a sword in your hand? Or is the little girl the bravest one here?''
->'''Dondarrion''': ''Aye.
here?\\
'''Dondarrion''': Aye.
She might be. But it's me you'll fight.''
fight.



-->''"I've always been a terrible priest."''

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-->''"I've ->''"I've always been a terrible priest."''



-->'''Anguy''': Half the country's starving but look at [Hot Pie].
-->'''Thoros''': Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.

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-->'''Anguy''': Half the country's starving but look at [Hot Pie].
-->'''Thoros''':
Pie].\\
'''Thoros''':
Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.



-->''"Let's see, fat boy. When I'm done talking, this arrow is falling straight on your fat head, so I advice you to move... because I'm done talking."''

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-->''"Let's ->''"Let's see, fat boy. When I'm done talking, this arrow is falling straight on your fat head, so I advice you to move... because I'm done talking."''



-->''"It's not easy for girls like us to dig our way out."''

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-->''"It's ->''"It's not easy for girls like us to dig our way out."''




to:

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-->'''Tyrion Lannister:''' ''Kayla is famous here to Volantis... in certain circles. One of four women in the world who can perform a proper Meereenese Knot.''

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-->'''Tyrion Lannister:''' ''Kayla ->''"Kayla is famous here to Volantis... in certain circles. One of four women in the world who can perform a proper Meereenese Knot.''
"''
-->-- '''Tyrion Lannister'''



-->''"When I hit that steel it sings. Are you gonna sing when I hit you?"''

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-->''"When ->''"When I hit that steel it sings. Are you gonna sing when I hit you?"''



-->'''Gendry:''' So how'd you become a lord?
-->'''Davos Seaworth:''' Oh, that's a long story.
-->'''Gendry:''' Better not, then. I'm a bit busy.

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-->'''Gendry:''' So how'd you become a lord?
-->'''Davos
lord?\\
'''Davos
Seaworth:''' Oh, that's a long story.
-->'''Gendry:'''
story.\\
'''Gendry:'''
Better not, then. I'm a bit busy.



-->'''Anguy:''' Half the country's starving and look at this one.
-->'''Thoros of Myr:''' Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.

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-->'''Anguy:''' ->'''Anguy:''' Half the country's starving and look at this one.
-->'''Thoros
one.\\
'''Thoros
of Myr:''' Maybe he's the reason half the country's starving.



-->''"[[DudeWheresMyRespect Our Order does not deal in pig shit!]]"''

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-->''"[[DudeWheresMyRespect ->''"[[DudeWheresMyRespect Our Order does not deal in pig shit!]]"''



--> '''Thoros of Myr:''' That criminal...he charges twice as much as every other armourer in the city!
--> '''Gendry:''' That's because he's twice as good.

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--> '''Thoros of Myr:''' That criminal...he charges twice as much as every other armourer in the city!
-->
city!\\
'''Gendry:''' That's because he's twice as good.



-->'''Ned Stark:''' ''The butcher's boy...you rode him down?''
-->'''The Hound:''' ''He ran. [[KickTheDog Not very fast.]]''

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-->'''Ned ->'''Ned Stark:''' ''The The butcher's boy...you rode him down?''
-->'''The
down?\\
'''The
Hound:''' ''He He ran. [[KickTheDog Not very fast.]]''
]]



-->'''Cersei Lannister:''' ''They said that you were terrifying with cat's teeth and three eyes. You're not terrifying. You're boring.''
-->'''Maggy:''' ''You don't know what I am.''

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-->'''Cersei ->'''Cersei Lannister:''' ''They They said that you were terrifying with cat's teeth and three eyes. You're not terrifying. You're boring.''
-->'''Maggy:''' ''You
\\
'''Maggy:''' You
don't know what I am.''
am.
29th Jun '16 2:39:26 PM leraluna
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Added DiffLines:

** A more subtle one to Jon Snow: HeroicBastard? Check. Close brotherly relationship with Arya? Check. Royal lineage? Check.
27th Jun '16 11:28:07 AM Gitman
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Looks like a normal old lady in the series. In the books, she's described in rather unflattering terms by Catelyn and her teeth are apparently stained red.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Looks like a normal old lady in the series. In the books, she's described in rather unflattering terms by Catelyn and her teeth are apparently stained red.red from chewing sourleaf (probably Westerosi tobacco).
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