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26th Dec '15 10:10:49 PM blackravenclaw
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* Podrick Payne's dogged loyalty, awkward behavior, and his hilarious and unexpected sexual prowess (approaching SexGod status) make him one of the singularly likable characters in a cast full of shades of gray.
10th Dec '15 8:02:26 PM dustyham
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Her name is Unella.
* The nameless septa from season 5 who [[spoiler: imprisons Cersei in her cell]] due to her simply refusing to take any of Cersei's shit and for her later participation in [[spoiler: [[MemeticMutation Cersei's walk of shame.]]]] Some fans have even started [[CrackPairing shipping her with Hodor]] due to both of their tendencies for PokemonSpeak.
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* The nameless septa from season 5 Septa Unella in Season 5, who [[spoiler: imprisons Cersei in her cell]] due to her simply refusing to take any of Cersei's shit and for her later participation in [[spoiler: [[MemeticMutation Cersei's walk of shame.]]]] Some fans have even started [[CrackPairing shipping her with Hodor]] due to both of their tendencies for PokemonSpeak.
7th Dec '15 5:53:17 PM trixus
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* The nameless septa from season 5 who [[spoiler: imprisons Cersei in her cell]] due to her simply refusing to take any of Cersei's shit and for her later participation in [[spoiler: [[MemeticMutation Cersei's walk of shame.]]]] Some fans have even started [[CrackPairing shipping her with Hodor]] due to both of their tendencies for PokemonSpeak.
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* The nameless septa from season 5 who [[spoiler: imprisons Cersei in her cell]] due to her simply refusing to take any of Cersei's shit and for her later participation in [[spoiler: [[MemeticMutation Cersei's walk of shame.]]]] Some fans have even started [[CrackPairing shipping her with Hodor]] due to both of their tendencies for PokemonSpeak.PokemonSpeak. * Karl Tanner, he is a drunken thug whose villainy is taken up to eleven but when it comes to it he did walk the walk by almost killing Jon Snow and kill Craster, who was referred as a tough old goat after knocking Jon Snow.
25th Nov '15 5:00:04 AM Silverblade2
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Not An Example he's a major character
* People who had read the books were ''predicting'' that Tyrion Lannister would be a fan favorite before the show even began. The extent to which this was accurate is reflected in the fact that Peter Dinklage's name has moved from the back of the cast list to the very beginning.
4th Oct '15 12:06:43 PM MURPHYCHACHO
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* Hot Pie was already quite popular from the books, but he seems to have become even more popular, seeing as he's one of the few comic relief characters in the series. The scene where he bids farewell to Arya is quite touching. There was much rejoicing when he returned to make a quick cameo in season 4.
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* Hot Pie was already quite popular from the books, but he seems to have become even more popular, seeing as he's one of the few comic relief characters in the series. The scene where he bids farewell to Arya is quite touching. There was much rejoicing when he returned to make a quick cameo in season 4.4. * The nameless septa from season 5 who [[spoiler: imprisons Cersei in her cell]] due to her simply refusing to take any of Cersei's shit and for her later participation in [[spoiler: [[MemeticMutation Cersei's walk of shame.]]]] Some fans have even started [[CrackPairing shipping her with Hodor]] due to both of their tendencies for PokemonSpeak.
29th Jul '15 12:37:57 PM AetherMaster
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig. Being a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who can be kind yet still rule effectively, in a world populated by good people who end up suffering or selfish bastards helps. This is doubly impressive as (at least as far as we've seen) he's also a pretty severe AdaptationalWimp, with his role as TheChessmaster completely removed.
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig. Being a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who can be kind yet still rule effectively, in a world populated by good people who end up suffering or selfish bastards helps. This is doubly impressive as (at least as far as we've seen) he's also a pretty severe AdaptationalWimp, with his role as TheChessmaster completely removed.removed. * Hot Pie was already quite popular from the books, but he seems to have become even more popular, seeing as he's one of the few comic relief characters in the series. The scene where he bids farewell to Arya is quite touching. There was much rejoicing when he returned to make a quick cameo in season 4.
18th Jun '15 10:54:55 AM Warmachine3974
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* Oberyn Martell's paramour Ellaria Sand also won over fans as one of the show's prime examples of flawless casting in Creator/IndiraVarma and her abundance of [[MsFanservice exotic fan service]] she brings.
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* Oberyn Martell's paramour Ellaria Sand also won over fans as one of the show's prime examples of flawless casting in Creator/IndiraVarma and her abundance of [[MsFanservice exotic fan service]] she brings. [[spoiler: Sadly, this has evaporated in Season 5, thanks to her AdaptationalVillainy, and especially following one specific MoralEventHorizon that's unique to the show.]]

* Stannis himself has a growing number of fans who absolutely adore him and consider him the person most fit to rule Westeros. Not only did he prove himself a grade-A [[{{Badass}} badass]] during the Battle of Blackwater, but he was the only Great Lord to send aid to the Wall when it was being threatened by the Wildlings and the White Walkers. Feats like these have earned him the nickname "Stannis the Mannis" to many fans. A lot of people are quite upset by his AdaptationalVillainy in the series. However, the touching scenes between him and his daughter are very well-liked in a series that has a lot of dysfunctional families.
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* Stannis himself has a growing number of fans who absolutely adore him and consider him the person most fit to rule Westeros. Not only did he prove himself a grade-A [[{{Badass}} badass]] during the Battle of Blackwater, but he was the only Great Lord to send aid to the Wall when it was being threatened by the Wildlings and the White Walkers. Feats like these have earned him the nickname "Stannis the Mannis" to many fans. A lot of people are quite upset by his AdaptationalVillainy in the series. However, the touching scenes between him and his daughter are very well-liked in a series that has a lot of dysfunctional families. [[spoiler: Although the final two episodes of Season 5 split his fanbase clean in half...]]
16th Jun '15 3:21:12 PM Pren
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig. Being a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who can be kind yet still rule effectively, in a world populated by good people who end up suffering or selfish bastards helps.
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig. Being a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who can be kind yet still rule effectively, in a world populated by good people who end up suffering or selfish bastards helps. This is doubly impressive as (at least as far as we've seen) he's also a pretty severe AdaptationalWimp, with his role as TheChessmaster completely removed.
8th Jun '15 9:36:15 PM Agronac919
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig. Being a ReasonableAuthorityFigure in a world populated by good but GenreBlind people or selfish bastards helps.
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig. Being a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who can be kind yet still rule effectively, in a world populated by good but GenreBlind people who end up suffering or selfish bastards helps.
8th Jun '15 9:31:46 PM Agronac919
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig.
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* Doran Martell is praised by many as the one good thing to come out of Season 5's much-despised Dorne storyline, with several great lines and a subdued but quite effective performance from Alexander Siddig. Being a ReasonableAuthorityFigure in a world populated by good but GenreBlind people or selfish bastards helps.
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