History Characters / GameOfThronesWildlings

20th Jun '17 8:56:12 AM k410ren
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* EvilIsBigger: He towers over Jon Snow.

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* EvilIsBigger: He towers over Jon Snow. Kit Harrington, who plays Jon Snow, stands 5'8", Styr stands 6'5".
20th Jun '17 8:40:36 AM k410ren
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: He still has his ears in the TV series, whereas in the books, he doesn't have ears.



* EvilIsBigger: He towers over Jon Snow.



* AdaptationDyeJob: Grey-furred in the books, brown-haired in the TV series.



* OffingTheOffspring: The male children, by sacrificing them to the White Walkers.

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* OffingTheOffspring: The male children, by sacrificing them to the White Walkers. [[AndThenJohnWasAZombie The Night King turns the boys into more White Walkers.]]



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Hasn't been seen since the burning of Craster's Keep.



* GroinAttack: What he plans to do to Bran, see quote above.



* SlashedThroat: His death.

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* SlashedThroat: His death.death, courtesy of Robb.
19th Jun '17 10:01:18 AM EmmaHarrow
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* SirSwearsALot: He's up there with the Hound, emphasized by his comparatively jovial demeanor and more casual use of CountryMatters.
10th Jun '17 3:33:41 AM RobTan
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* LiteralMinded: Wildlings tend to speak directly and plainly, so he's not great with things like metaphors. For instance, when [[spoiler:Davos]] says that [[spoiler:Stannis]] had "demons in his skull", Tormund assumes he means literal demons.
30th May '17 6:28:19 AM k410ren
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* OneManArmy: Tormund proves himself to be one by singlehandedly racking up more kills during the Battle of Castle Black than most of his comrades combined. As of the end of Season 6, he is responsible for 29 deaths.

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* OneManArmy: Tormund proves himself to be one by singlehandedly racking up more kills during the Battle of Castle Black than most of his comrades combined. As of the end of Season 6, he is responsible for 29 deaths.onscreen deaths, 10 at the Battle of Castle Black.
30th May '17 6:25:22 AM k410ren
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* OneManArmy: Tormund proves himself to be one by singlehandedly racking up more kills during the Battle of Castle Black than most of his comrades combined.

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* OneManArmy: Tormund proves himself to be one by singlehandedly racking up more kills during the Battle of Castle Black than most of his comrades combined. As of the end of Season 6, he is responsible for 29 deaths.
23rd Apr '17 8:49:42 AM Eievie
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!!!See also the [[Characters/ASongOfIceAndFireTheFreeFolk book character sheet]] for these characters.
23rd Apr '17 2:32:20 AM cherrychels
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* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters: Most Westerosi and the Night's Watch regard the Wildlings as raiding marauders who pillage and plunder the lands beyond the wall and are not content to remain on the other side, practicing a less civilized way of life. The Wildlings, however, feel that they are oppressed and unjustly forced to live on the other side of a Wall and that their violent raids are their only option to flee the White Walkers, since the Watch will never simply let them through.

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* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters: Most Westerosi and the Night's Watch regard the Wildlings as raiding marauders who pillage and plunder the lands beyond the wall Wall and are not content to remain on the other side, practicing a less civilized way of life. The Wildlings, however, feel that they are oppressed and unjustly forced to live on the other side of a Wall wall and that their violent raids are their only option to flee the White Walkers, since the Watch will never simply let them through.



* BigBad: To the Night's Watch for the first four seasons, as the leader of the Wildlings planning to march on the Wall.

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* BigBad: To the Night's Watch for the first four seasons, as the leader of the Wildlings is planning to march on the Wall.



* HonorBeforeReason: Jon thinks this is the reason why Mance forfeits his life when Jon tries to convince Mance to live, by agreeing to bend the knee to Stannis, so Mance can save his people and avoid the fate of being burned alive. However, while Mance admits he doesn't want to die, he points out that if he forgoes his honor and kneels to a king, the Free Folk will lose their cohesion and fight each other at his loss of stature, making this not a matter of honor or reason, but both.

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* HonorBeforeReason: Jon thinks this is the reason why Mance forfeits his own life when instead of agreeing to bend the knee to Stannis. Jon tries to convince Mance to live, by agreeing to bend the knee to Stannis, live so Mance he can save his people and avoid the fate of being burned alive. However, alive but while Mance admits he doesn't want to die, he points out that if he forgoes his honor and kneels to a king, the Free Folk will lose their cohesion and fight each other at his loss of stature, making this not a matter of honor or reason, reason -- but both.



* FoeTossingCharge: Pick a scene with him in the Battle of Castle Black, ''any scene'': he'll be cleaving effortlessly through the Night's Watch's men. Not even Thorne, the most experienced fighter in the wall, can stop him.

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* FoeTossingCharge: Pick a scene with him in the Battle of Castle Black, ''any scene'': he'll be cleaving effortlessly through the Night's Watch's men. Not even Thorne, the most experienced fighter in the wall, Wall, can stop him.
23rd Apr '17 2:25:29 AM cherrychels
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* HonorBeforeReason: Jon thinks this is the reason why Mance forfeits his life when Jon tries to convince Mance to live by bending the knee to Stannis so Mance can save his people and avoid the fate of burned alive. However, while Mance admits he doesn't want to die, he points out that if he forgoes his honor and kneels to a king, the Free Folk will lose their cohesion and fight each other at his loss of stature, making this not a matter of honor or reason, but both.

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* HonorBeforeReason: Jon thinks this is the reason why Mance forfeits his life when Jon tries to convince Mance to live live, by bending agreeing to bend the knee to Stannis Stannis, so Mance can save his people and avoid the fate of being burned alive. However, while Mance admits he doesn't want to die, he points out that if he forgoes his honor and kneels to a king, the Free Folk will lose their cohesion and fight each other at his loss of stature, making this not a matter of honor or reason, but both.
22nd Apr '17 11:18:33 PM cherrychels
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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Is sentenced to death by burning. Luckily, Jon Snow [[puts him out of his misery with an arrow before the flames can really do their nastiest work]].

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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Is sentenced to death by burning. Luckily, Jon Snow [[puts [[MercyKill puts him out of his misery with an arrow before the flames can really do their nastiest work]].
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