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The actress praised that despite the past criticisms that the TV producers don't write women well (except when they reflect exactly what Martin himself wrote). However, the episode director later revealed that the part was actually written ''as a man'', and only cast with a woman at the last minute - specifically because of the trope that "women are maternal", and Karsi would be killed because she was hesitant to fight undead children.
18th Jul '16 8:03:49 PM teatreaulteaux
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Another war-leader of the Free Folk and Mance Rayder's [[TheDragon second in command]]. He becomes a prominent leader of his people and ally of Jon Snow after Mance demise.

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Another war-leader of the Free Folk and Mance Rayder's [[TheDragon second in command]]. He becomes a prominent leader of his people and ally of Jon Snow after Mance Mance's demise.
18th Jul '16 1:14:08 PM TrollBrutal
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See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseStarkHousehold Stark Household and Retainers]]
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[[folder:Ygritte]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[MemeticMutation You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Creator/RoseLeslie

->''"If we die we'll die, but first we'll live."''

A wildling spearwife (warrior-girl) Jon Snow takes captive in the Frostfangs.

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See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseStarkHousehold Stark Household and Retainers]]
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[[folder:Ygritte]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[MemeticMutation You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]"'']]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I like you boy, but if you lie to me, I'll pull your guts out through your throat."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Creator/RoseLeslie

->''"If we die we'll die, but first we'll live."''

A wildling spearwife (warrior-girl)
Creator/KristoferHivju

->''"Plenty of little men have tried to put their swords in my heart, and there are plenty of little skeletons buried in the woods."''

Another war-leader of the Free Folk and Mance Rayder's [[TheDragon second in command]]. He becomes a prominent leader of his people and ally of
Jon Snow takes captive in the Frostfangs.after Mance demise.


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* AbhorrentAdmirer: Brienne is quite put off by his constantly leering at her.
* ActuallyThatsMyAssistant: Jon initially assumes Tormund to be Mance Rayder and bows, calling him "Your Grace." Tormund finds this endlessly amusing.
-->'''Tormund''': Did you hear that? Now all you better kneel every time I fart!
* AdaptationalBadass: Book Tormund never does any figthing, and none of his titles imply it. Here, Tormund is an absolute ''monster'' on the field, singly racking up more onscreen kills during the Battle of Castle Black than most of the other Wildlings combined.
* AdaptationalVillainy: To a degree; he's less jovial and more brutal than his book counterpart.
* AmazonChaser: He's immediately smitten upon catching sight of Brienne, and silently flirts over dinner. Brienne, not being used to such attention (or at least such attention being sincere), doesn't know what to make of it.
* AnnoyingArrows: Takes several during the Battle of the Wall, but keeps fighting.
* BadassBaritone
* BadassBeard: To match his badass credentials, Tormund sports perhaps the most impressive beard on the show.
* BeardOfBarbarism: It comes with being a Wildling.
* BestialityIsDepraved: Toyed with. He boasts of having bedded a she-bear, but Ygritte says everyone knows it never happened. In the books one of his self-fashioned "titles" is Husband to Bears.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: He's fairly affable and takes an immediate shine to Jon Snow, but doesn't hesitate to warn him that if he crosses him or betrays the Wildlings' trust, he will not hesitate to pull Jon's guts out [[CutHisHeartOutWithASpoon through his throat]].
* BoisterousBruiser: He's an absolute demon in combat, and he knows it.
* CharacterTics: Often tilts his head before speaking, as if prefacing his speech with a "well..."
* CoDragons: With Styr, to Mance.
* CombatPragmatist: He leads his army to kill a harmless old man, in the hopes that it will draw the Night's Watch out of their castles to investigate and they'll be easier to defeat.
* CompositeCharacter: The man Jon believes to be Mance in the books is Styr, the Magnar of Thenn, whose first appearance has been pushed back to Season 4. Styr also leads the climbing of the Wall. In the books, Tormund escapes after the assault on Castle Black, having been on the side of the Haunted Forest, but in the series, since he's part of the raid storming, he's captured for questioning instead of Rattleshirt.
* DeadpanSnarker: Tormund has his moments.
-->'''Tormund:''' The day I ask my people to fight with the crows, is the day my people cut my guts from my belly and make me eat them.\\
'''Tormund:''' I know that, I saw your pecker. What kind of god would have a pecker that small?
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Tormund is one of the Free Folk chieftains Mance had to defeat to become King-Beyond-the-Wall.
* DefiantToTheEnd: Grossly outnumbered, surrounded by crossbowmen, with several arrows sticking out of his body, yet he still refuses to surrender. Then he [[KneeCapping gets shot in the knee]], yet he still tries to slash at Jon. Then he gets taken prisoner and dragged away, yet he still threatens his captors.
* TheDreaded: His performance in the siege of Castle Black seems to make quite an impression, as [[spoiler:almost all the Night's Watch mutineers give up the second he returns.]]
* EnemyMine: He recognizes that the Wildlings need to ally with the Night's Watch in order to survive against the White Walkers.
* EveryoneHasStandards: Tormund may be a somewhat ruthless wildling raider, but even he is repulsed by the Thenns.
-->'''Tormund:''' Thenns. I fucking hate Thenns.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: After being captured he immediently assumes the Nightwatch [[ColdBloodedTorture is going to torture him to death]], as that's what Wildlings often do to their prisoners. He seems surprised when Jon Snow tells him he won't be tortured. In fairness he likely also spent his entire life hearing false stories about the Night's Watch that exaggerated their brutality.
* FieryRedhead: He's a LargeHam eager to fight, with bright red hair.
* FireForgedFriends: With Jon Snow, Tormund even stands up for Jon when the Wildling clan leaders want him dead.
** [[spoiler: Turns into fullblown UndyingLoyalty come season 6. When the Wildling leaders are hesitant to follow Jon, Tormund is noticeably annoyed and gives them a DareToBeBadass to get them to go along with the plan to take back Winterfell.]]
* 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.
* {{Foil}}: To Ser Alliser Thorne. Throne also serves as the second in command in his army and is the best fighter among his men but is a {{Jerkass}} and is widely disliked by his men while also making very questionable ([[TheBully to say the least]]) leadership decisions. But while [[AntiHero heavily flawed]] when it comes down to it [[GoodIsNotNice he's still trying to protect the South and its inhabitants]] from the Wildlings. Tormund, on the other hand, is a very effective leader, [[AffablyEvil is generally friendly and well-liked]], [[PoliteVillainsRudeHeroes and has zero issue slaughtering innocents and peasants]]. The fact they act as foils to one another becomes most obvious when they personally fight each other during the Battle of Castle Black.
* GoodIsNotSoft: Tormund is as brutal as he is affable. He kills a harmless old man to preserve the element of surprise, slaughters his way through countless Crows during the Battle of Castle Black, and beats Rattleshirt to death when the latter endangers the Wildlings' alliance with the Watch.
* GutturalGrowler: Tormund has a deep, growling, rumbling voice.
* HornyVikings: Although the Wildlings at large are essentially a FantasyCounterpartCulture to far northern Native Americans and indigenous Scandinavians, Tormund evokes the more traditional image of a viking: Scandinavian accent, fiery red hair like Thor, colossal beard, and incredible combat prowess.
* ImplacableMan: Absolutely nothing can stop him during the attack on Castle Black, and it's only when the Wildlings are fully repulsed that he's captured. Even then, Jon has to put another arrow in him before he stops trying to fight his way out. In "Battle of the Bastards", Tormund gets stabbed by a spearman and takes a vicious beating from the Smalljon, but he never goes down and appears to be fine in the battle's aftermath.
* TheLancer: He effectively becomes one to [[spoiler:Jon Snow in Season 6, as he leads the Wildling forces help House Stark in retaking Winterfell]]. He shares this role with [[spoiler: Ser Davos Seaworth]], as their most reliable lieutenants.
* LargeHam: Tormund is prone to chewing scenary and making grandiose declarations.
* LightningBruiser: Demonstrated at the Battle of Castle Black. For a man who hits like his namesake, he's ''incredibly'' quick.
* MacheteMayhem: His blade looks like a big-ass machete.
* ManlyTears: He can barely keep his resolve as he watches Mance being burned at the stake.
* MythologyGag: Prior to the attack on Castle Black in season 4, Tormund starts trying to tell a tall tale his book counterpart is very fond of[[labelnote:From the books...]]It involves him getting drunk and [[BestialityIsDepraved accidentally shagging a bear]], earning him the moniker "Husband to Bears"[[/labelnote]]. He is almost immediately shot down by Ygritte.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: ''Giantsbane''.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Delivers one to the Lord of Bones after the latter threatened to break the peace between the Wildlings and the Night's Watch.
* NiceGuy: [[BewareTheNiceOnes Unless you're his enemy,]] Tormund is incredibly affable, easygoing, and jovial. Even against his enemies, he can be affable, to a certain point.
* OddFriendship: It takes some time, but Tormund, de facto leader of the free folk, forms this with Jon, Lord Commander of the Night's Watch.
** Also with Davos, a southern knight and loyal supporter of King Stannis, who burned Mance, Tormund's own king.
* 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.
* PerpetualFrowner: Tormund has an often chilling and always penetrating gaze.
* PetTheDog: When Jon begins fighting the Wildlings, Tormund's first act is to restrain Ygritte, preventing her from participating in the fight and getting herself killed. Notable in that he chose to do this over engaging Jon in combat, despite looking absolutely ''pissed'' at his betrayal. On top of that, he goes out of his way to give the old horse breeder the dignified death he wants, spares Ygritte's life after her betrayal, and possibly even lets her go after Jon when he flees. Later, after the Battle of Castle Black, an uncharacteristically somber Tormund reminds Jon that Ygritte honestly, truly loved him when she was alive, before instructing Snow to burn her body in the homeland she loved so much.
-->'''Tormund:''' She belongs in the North. The ''real'' North. Understand me?
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: Starting in Season 4.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: With Mance dead, he becomes the de facto wildling leader, and he recognizes quickly that an alliance with Jon is for the good of his people.
* ScreamingWarrior: In the fray of battle, Tormund mixes his powerful blows with grunts.
* ShipperOnDeck: Always smiles when he sees Jon and Ygritte together, and gives Jon relationship and sex advice.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Is really not happy working alongside the ObviouslyEvil Thenns.
* TookALevelInKindness: When Jon convinces him to ally with the Night's Watch against the White Walkers, he mellow out. By next season, he's much closer to the jovial boisterous bruiser of the books.
* UnstoppableRage: By the end of the Battle of Castle Black, Tormund's fury for his fallen comrades has reached an utterly terrifying fever pitch.
-->'''Tormund:''' ''(to Jon, as he's being dragged off on his orders)'' I SHOULD HAVE ''THROWN YOU FROM THE '''TOP OF THE WALL, BOY!'''''
* VillainousFriendship: Tormund and Ygritte are shown to be fairly close to one another throughout the series. Ygritte is quick to defend him from Styr, and Tormund is quick to help guide her relationship with Jon. This is demonstrated to its fullest in the Season 4 finale: in spite of everything, what remains Tormund's one concern right up until the end, even as he's languishing in one of the Watch's prison cells? That Ygritte receives a proper funeral in the homeland she loved.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Tormund's accent sounds indeterminately between Scottish and Kristofer Hivju's native Norwegian.
* YouAreInCommandNow: With Mance gone, Tormund is the closest thing the disparate clans of Free Folk have to a central leader.
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[[folder:Ygritte]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[MemeticMutation You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Creator/RoseLeslie

->''"If we die we'll die, but first we'll live."''

A wildling spearwife (warrior-girl) Jon Snow takes captive in the Frostfangs.
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I like you boy, but if you lie to me, I'll pull your guts out through your throat."'']]
->'''Played By:''' Creator/KristoferHivju

->''"Plenty of little men have tried to put their swords in my heart, and there are plenty of little skeletons buried in the woods."''

Another war-leader of the Free Folk and Mance Rayder's [[TheDragon second in command]].

to:

See [[Characters/GameOfThronesHouseStarkHousehold Stark Household and Retainers]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ygritte]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/7efc2233dfe1dc4255785711210eeaa9.org/pmwiki/pub/images/2405379f786769b305c32a0fb9d77054.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"I like you boy, but if you lie to me, I'll pull your guts out through your throat."'']]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[MemeticMutation You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Creator/KristoferHivju

->''"Plenty of little men have tried to put their swords in my heart, and there are plenty of little skeletons buried
Creator/RoseLeslie

->''"If we die we'll die, but first we'll live."''

A wildling spearwife (warrior-girl) Jon Snow takes captive
in the woods."''

Another war-leader of the Free Folk and Mance Rayder's [[TheDragon second in command]].
Frostfangs.



* AbhorrentAdmirer: Brienne is quite put off by his constantly leering at her.
* ActuallyThatsMyAssistant: Jon initially assumes Tormund to be Mance Rayder and bows, calling him "Your Grace." Tormund finds this endlessly amusing.
-->'''Tormund''': Did you hear that? Now all you better kneel every time I fart!
* AdaptationalBadass: Book Tormund never does any figthing, and none of his titles imply it. Here, Tormund is an absolute ''monster'' on the field, singly racking up more onscreen kills during the Battle of Castle Black than most of the other Wildlings combined.
* AdaptationalVillainy: To a degree; he's less jovial and more brutal than his book counterpart.
* AmazonChaser: He's immediately smitten upon catching sight of Brienne, and silently flirts over dinner. Brienne, not being used to such attention (or at least such attention being sincere), doesn't know what to make of it.
* AnnoyingArrows: Takes several during the Battle of the Wall, but keeps fighting.
* BadassBaritone
* BadassBeard: To match his badass credentials, Tormund sports perhaps the most impressive beard on the show.
* BeardOfBarbarism: It comes with being a Wildling.
* BestialityIsDepraved: Toyed with. He boasts of having bedded a she-bear, but Ygritte says everyone knows it never happened. In the books one of his self-fashioned "titles" is Husband to Bears.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: He's fairly affable and takes an immediate shine to Jon Snow, but doesn't hesitate to warn him that if he crosses him or betrays the Wildlings' trust, he will not hesitate to pull Jon's guts out [[CutHisHeartOutWithASpoon through his throat]].
* BoisterousBruiser: He's an absolute demon in combat, and he knows it.
* CharacterTics: Often tilts his head before speaking, as if prefacing his speech with a "well..."
* CoDragons: With Styr, to Mance.
* CombatPragmatist: He leads his army to kill a harmless old man, in the hopes that it will draw the Night's Watch out of their castles to investigate and they'll be easier to defeat.
* CompositeCharacter: The man Jon believes to be Mance in the books is Styr, the Magnar of Thenn, whose first appearance has been pushed back to Season 4. Styr also leads the climbing of the Wall. In the books, Tormund escapes after the assault on Castle Black, having been on the side of the Haunted Forest, but in the series, since he's part of the raid storming, he's captured for questioning instead of Rattleshirt.
* DeadpanSnarker: Tormund has his moments.
-->'''Tormund:''' The day I ask my people to fight with the crows, is the day my people cut my guts from my belly and make me eat them.\\
'''Tormund:''' (''"In regards to Jon Snow claiming that he is not a god that has returned from the dead."'')I know that, I saw your pecker. What kind of god would have a pecker that small?
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Tormund is one of the Free Folk chieftains Mance had to defeat to become King-Beyond-the-Wall.
* DefiantToTheEnd: Grossly outnumbered, surrounded by crossbowmen, with several arrows sticking out of his body, yet he still refuses to surrender. Then he [[KneeCapping gets shot in the knee]], yet he still tries to slash at Jon. Then he gets taken prisoner and dragged away, yet he still threatens his captors.
* TheDreaded: His performance in the siege of Castle Black seems to make quite an impression, as [[spoiler:almost all the Night's Watch mutineers give up the second he returns.]]
* EnemyMine: He recognizes that the Wildlings need to ally with the Night's Watch in order to survive against the White Walkers.
* EveryoneHasStandards: Tormund may be a somewhat ruthless wildling raider, but even he is repulsed by the Thenns.
-->'''Tormund:''' Thenns. I fucking hate Thenns.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: After being captured he immediently assumes the Nightwatch [[ColdBloodedTorture is going to torture him to death]], as that's what Wildlings often do to their prisoners. He seems surprised when Jon Snow tells him he won't be tortured. In fairness he likely also spent his entire life hearing false stories about the Night's Watch that exaggerated their brutality.
* FieryRedhead: He's a LargeHam eager to fight, with bright red hair.
* FireForgedFriends: With Jon Snow, Tormund even stands up for Jon when the Wildling clan leaders want him dead.
** [[spoiler: Turns into fullblown UndyingLoyalty come season 6. When the Wildling leaders are hesitant to follow Jon, Tormund is noticeably annoyed and gives them a DareToBeBadass to get them to go along with the plan to take back Winterfell.]]
* 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.
* {{Foil}}: To Ser Alliser Thorne. Throne also serves as the second in command in his army and is the best fighter among his men but is a {{Jerkass}} and is widely disliked by his men while also making very questionable ([[TheBully to say the least]]) leadership decisions. But while [[AntiHero heavily flawed]] when it comes down to it [[GoodIsNotNice he's still trying to protect the South and its inhabitants]] from the Wildlings. Tormund, on the other hand, is a very effective leader, [[AffablyEvil is generally friendly and well-liked]], [[PoliteVillainsRudeHeroes and has zero issue slaughtering innocents and peasants]]. The fact they act as foils to one another becomes most obvious when they personally fight each other during the Battle of Castle Black.
* GoodIsNotSoft: Tormund is as brutal as he is affable. He kills a harmless old man to preserve the element of surprise, slaughters his way through countless Crows during the Battle of Castle Black, and beats Rattleshirt to death when the latter endangers the Wildlings' alliance with the Watch.
* GutturalGrowler: Tormund has a deep, growling, rumbling voice.
* HornyVikings: Although the Wildlings at large are essentially a FantasyCounterpartCulture to far northern Native Americans and indigenous Scandinavians, Tormund evokes the more traditional image of a viking: Scandinavian accent, fiery red hair like Thor, colossal beard, and incredible combat prowess.
* ImplacableMan: Absolutely nothing can stop him during the attack on Castle Black, and it's only when the Wildlings are fully repulsed that he's captured. Even then, Jon has to put another arrow in him before he stops trying to fight his way out. In "Battle of the Bastards", Tormund gets stabbed by a spearman and takes a vicious beating from the Smalljon, but he never goes down and appears to be fine in the battle's aftermath.
* TheLancer: He effectively becomes one to [[spoiler:Jon Snow in Season 6, as he leads the Wildling forces help House Stark in retaking Winterfell]]. He shares this role with [[spoiler: Ser Davos Seaworth]], as their most reliable lieutenants.
* LargeHam: Tormund is prone to chewing scenary and making grandiose declarations.
* LightningBruiser: Demonstrated at the Battle of Castle Black. For a man who hits like his namesake, he's ''incredibly'' quick.
* MacheteMayhem: His blade looks like a big-ass machete.
* ManlyTears: He can barely keep his resolve as he watches Mance being burned at the stake.
* MythologyGag: Prior to the attack on Castle Black in season 4, Tormund starts trying to tell a tall tale his book counterpart is very fond of[[labelnote:From the books...]]It involves him getting drunk and [[BestialityIsDepraved accidentally shagging a bear]], earning him the moniker "Husband to Bears"[[/labelnote]]. He is almost immediately shot down by Ygritte.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: ''Giantsbane''.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Delivers one to the Lord of Bones after the latter threatened to break the peace between the Wildlings and the Night's Watch.
* NiceGuy: [[BewareTheNiceOnes Unless you're his enemy,]] Tormund is incredibly affable, easygoing, and jovial. Even against his enemies, he can be affable, to a certain point.
* OddFriendship: It takes some time, but Tormund, de facto leader of the free folk, forms this with Jon, Lord Commander of the Night's Watch.
** Also with Davos, a southern knight and loyal supporter of King Stannis, who burned Mance, Tormund's own king.
* 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.
* PerpetualFrowner: Tormund has an often chilling and always penetrating gaze.
* PetTheDog: When Jon begins fighting the Wildlings, Tormund's first act is to restrain Ygritte, preventing her from participating in the fight and getting herself killed. Notable in that he chose to do this over engaging Jon in combat, despite looking absolutely ''pissed'' at his betrayal. On top of that, he goes out of his way to give the old horse breeder the dignified death he wants, spares Ygritte's life after her betrayal, and possibly even lets her go after Jon when he flees. Later, after the Battle of Castle Black, an uncharacteristically somber Tormund reminds Jon that Ygritte honestly, truly loved him when she was alive, before instructing Snow to burn her body in the homeland she loved so much.
-->'''Tormund:''' She belongs in the North. The ''real'' North. Understand me?
* PromotionToOpeningTitles: Starting in Season 4.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: With Mance dead, he becomes the de facto wildling leader, and he recognizes quickly that an alliance with Jon is for the good of his people.
* ScreamingWarrior: In the fray of battle, Tormund mixes his powerful blows with grunts.
* ShipperOnDeck: Always smiles when he sees Jon and Ygritte together, and gives Jon relationship and sex advice.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Is really not happy working alongside the ObviouslyEvil Thenns.
* TookALevelInKindness: When Jon convinces him to ally with the Night's Watch against the White Walkers, he mellow out. By next season, he's much closer to the jovial boisterous bruiser of the books.
* UnstoppableRage: By the end of the Battle of Castle Black, Tormund's fury for his fallen comrades has reached an utterly terrifying fever pitch.
-->'''Tormund:''' ''(to Jon, as he's being dragged off on his orders)'' I SHOULD HAVE ''THROWN YOU FROM THE '''TOP OF THE WALL, BOY!'''''
* VillainousFriendship: Tormund and Ygritte are shown to be fairly close to one another throughout the series. Ygritte is quick to defend him from Styr, and Tormund is quick to help guide her relationship with Jon. This is demonstrated to its fullest in the Season 4 finale: in spite of everything, what remains Tormund's one concern right up until the end, even as he's languishing in one of the Watch's prison cells? That Ygritte receives a proper funeral in the homeland she loved.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Tormund's accent sounds indeterminately between Scottish and Kristofer Hivju's native Norwegian.
* YouAreInCommandNow: With Mance gone, Tormund is the closest thing the disparate clans of Free Folk have to a central leader.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ygritte]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/2405379f786769b305c32a0fb9d77054.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"[[MemeticMutation You know nothing, Jon Snow.]]"'']]
->'''Played By:''' Creator/RoseLeslie

->''"If we die we'll die, but first we'll live."''

A wildling spearwife (warrior-girl) Jon Snow takes captive in the Frostfangs.
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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: He's something of having the mind of a child in the books, though definitely a power to fear if angered, and is a bit goofy at times. His show counterpart is TheQuietOne, with hints of TranquilFury, and his opinion seems to hold sway with the wilding elders.
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** Also with Davos, a southern knight and loyal supporter of King Stannis, who burned Mance, Tormund's own king.


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* TookALevelInKindness: When Jon convinces him to ally with the Night's Watch against the White Walkers, he mellow out. By next season, he's much closer to the jovial boisterous bruiser of the books.
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* TheRemnant: By the end of Season 6, even more so than previous seasons. [[spoiler: Due to their choice to stand behind Jon Snow as his army in the Battle of the Bastards, they have been whittled down further by a few hundreds more. Surprisingly, their collective position was actually ''improved'' by this. Due to their service and sacrifice, they are now under the banner and protection of Jon Snow's authority as the new King in the North.]]
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