Characters: Game Of Thrones House Greyjoy
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: "The Greyjoys are treasonous whores."
Balon Greyjoy: "We are Ironborn. We're not subjects, we're not slaves. We do not plow the field or toil in the mine. We take what is ours."
The Great House of the Iron Islands, a poor, unforgiving archipelago to the west of the continent of Westeros. Iron Islanders (or Ironborn) invaded and raided periodically the Seven Kingdoms for resources until the Targaryen invasion put an end to it, something that they didn't take well. The Ironborn have contempt for the continental lifestyle and their rule (which they call "southern oppression") and have risen in rebellion several times.
- Animal Motifs / Everything's Squishier With Cephalopods: Their sigil is the Kraken.
- A Real Man Is a Killer:
Theon Greyjoy: You're not a man in the Iron Islands 'till you've killed your first enemy!
- Badass Boast: Their motto "We do not sow" — they are not content to live menial lives as laborers or slaves, they are conquerors and they will take what is theirs with iron and strength.
- Badass Longcoat: The clothing worn by Balon, Yara, and some of their men are heavily reminiscent of this, making them look less like vikings and more like pirates
- Badass Creed: "What is dead may never die, but rises again, harder and stronger."
- Butt Monkey: Everyone hates them, and they're always making incredibly poor decisions that lead to them getting their asses kicked in one way or another. From the books...
- Dysfunctional Family: They pretty much all hate each other, and if Balon despised Theon before he was castrated, as of the Season 3 finale, he wouldn't piss on Theon if his heart were on fire. That said, Balon is fond of Yara, and Yara is surprisingly protective of Theon.
- Fantasy Counterpart Culture: The ironborn in general are this to the Vikings, and Viking domains in the smaller British Isles (Man and the Orkneys) in particular. Their different religion, restive nature and the fact that they and the mainlanders mutually despise each other also likens them to the Irish. The show's costumes and props, however, tend to de-emphasize the more obvious Viking-like aspect they have in the books.
- Horny Vikings: Less than in the books, but they still bear more than a passing similarity.
- Impoverished Patrician: Since Aegon's conquest they've had to eke out a living on the small and inhospitable islands, supplemented by raiding. They are, without doubt, the poorest of the Lords Paramount. From the books...
- Jerkass: All three Greyjoys we've met so far are complete assholes; although to be fair, Yara is extremely protective, in her own way, of Theon, at least as of the end of season three, where she resolves to rescue him from the Dreadfort, despite Balon's having given up on him.
- Pirate: A whole family of them
- Proud Raider Race: A deconstruction, they have the prowess, but their uncompromising pride carries a poor strategic thinking, which makes this house the Iron Butt Monkey of Westeros.
Theon: Known for their skills in archery, navigation and lovemaking.
Maester Luwin: And failed rebellions.
- Rape, Pillage, and Burn: Their specialty.
- Seven Deadly Sins: Envy.
King Balon Greyjoy
Played By: Patrick Malahide
"No man gives me a crown. I pay the iron price. I will take my crown. That is who I am. That is who we have always been."
Lord Balon Greyjoy is lord of the Iron Isles, and the Lord Reaper of Pyke - capital of the Isles. More than a decade ago, Lord Balon raised a rebellion against King Robert and tried to win independence for the Isles. Robert, Eddard and Jon Arryn put an end to it, destroying his army and killing his eldest sons. Ned Stark then took Balon's youngest surviving son Theon as hostage to keep Balon loyal to the Iron Throne. Balon has been itching for revenge and another shot at independence ever since, and the brewing civil war has given him the opportunity.
Played By: N/A
The still-unseen brother of Balon Greyjoy.
- The Ghost: All we know about Euron is that he exists.
- HBO's supplementary material shows him as Balon's only brother; it's still unclear if the other brothers have been Adapted Out or not.
Prince Theon Greyjoy AKA "Reek"
Played By: Alfie Allen
"My real father lost his head at King's Landing."
"I'm a Greyjoy. I can't fight for Robb and my father both."
Ned Stark's squire and ward. Theon is technically a Stark hostage to guarantee Balon's good behavior
. Theon has lived at Winterfell since he was 8 years old and has become quite close to Robb and the other Stark children. He has two older brothers ("Maron" and "Rodrik" in the books), both slain, and an older sister, Yara. From the books...
- 0% Approval Rating: When he seizes Winterfell, none of the Northerners are favorably inclined toward him. His subsequent actions pretty much results in every single Northerner wanting to kill him.
- Adaptation Expansion: His captivity and torture are only given mention after the fact in the books.
- Adaptational Heroism: While his overall actions aren't that much different between book and tv series, Theon's arrogance and cruelty are toned down in the show, and where as in the books there's a mutual dislike between him and the Starks (save Robb) in the show he's like family.
- Agony of the Feet: During his first torture session with the Boltons, Theon has a drill very slowly cranked through his left foot. It leaves a particularly hideous scar.
- Adaptational Wimp: Book!Theon actually is attractive, occasionally clever, a good fighter and a ladies man. Show!Theon... not so much.
- And Zoidberg: Bran prays for the safety of his brothers and friends "and Theon too, I suppose."
- Annoying Younger Sibling: To Yara.
- Arch-Enemy: As far as he's concerned, that fucking hornblower. That "fucking hornblower" turns out to be Ramsay Snow, who proves himself to be so very, very much nastier an archenemy than just an irritating musician.
- The Archer: Makes a point of saying that the Greyjoys are famed for their archery. His skills with bow and arrow are excellent and he puts them to good use saving Bran from the Wildlings and later killing the Ravens at the Twins to ensure that Tywin Lannister would not get any news until a treaty was formed.
- Really, it's suffice to say that his skill as an archer is the one thing that Theon doesn't screw up! Tragically, given how Ramsay Snow's been treating his fingers, Theon might not even have that anymore.
- Attempted Rape: Saved by Ramsay Snow.
- Awesome McCoolname: While it may have no particular meaning in-universe, the creators would have known that Theon is Greek for God. And Greyjoy is at least a bit foreboding, even without the history attached to it. (Whether or not he's as awesome as his name is another matter...)
- Bad Boss: His employees are not any better.
- Beard of Sorrow: In Season 3. Justified, given that his captors haven't allowed him to shave.
- Big Bad Wannabe
- Blood Knight: Always smirking when there is the prospect of violence going on.
- Bodyguard Betrayal: Sold to the enemy by his fellow Ironborn right after exhorting them to die fighting alongside him.
- Brain Bleach: After realizing that the woman he was groping and tried to seduce was actually his sister.
- Break the Haughty: His adult life, basically. In Season 3 however it gets so very much worse though, with pretty much everything he holds dear being (literally in some horrible, horrible cases) ripped away from him.
- His skill with the bow is almost certainly taken away from him along with many of his fingers
- His sexual prowess is taken away in probably the most horrifying possible way when Ramsay Snow castrates him
- His status as a Lord and his place in the Greyjoy family is taken away in two tragic ways, with him being tortured to accept "Reek" as his new name by Ramsay after Ramsay decided Theon was "too noble" a name for someone like him, and his own father utterly disowning him due to him "not being a man anymore" and abandoning him to his fate
- Butt Monkey: Distrusted and treated like dirt by pretty much everyone except Robb.
- This becomes even more pronounced in Season 2, where not only do his own people treat him with contempt, but he manages to make a fool of himself even after taking Winterfell. Remaining a Butt Monkey while you're the leader of a conquering army is quite an achievement.
- Nearly all of his scenes in Season 3 are him being tortured.
- Calling the Old Man Out: In "What is Dead May Never Die", after putting up with the constant abuse from his father, for the horrific "crime" of being the price Balon had to pay for losing his sorry little war a decade prior, he snaps with the quote below. He gets a smack across the face for his trouble. Sadly, he still decides to forsake the Starks and join the Greyjoy cause at the end of the episode. That said, it did seem to break through Balon's skull for a short time. That or it just made him think back to the deaths of his other two sons.
: You act as if I volunteered
to go! You gave me away
, if you remember?! The day you bent the knee to Robert Baratheon! After he crushed
you! Did you "take what was yours
- It was possibly both, that Theon's words made Balon think about his dead sons, and for like a few seconds he understood the truth: that it was ultimately his own foolish pride and ambition that got his sons killed, not Robert Baratheon and Ned Stark. He lashed out at Theon rather than face the unpalatable truth.
- Cold-Blooded Torture: After being sold out by the Ironborn, he's revealed in season 3 to be a prisoner being subjected to it by his captors. Despite asking him questions, they don't actually seem to be interested in his answers.
- Conflicting Loyalty: His biological family versus the one that raised him. He ultimately chooses his biological family.
- Crucified Hero Shot: He's introduced in season 3 as bound to an X-shaped cross and being subjected to torture.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?:
- He expects a grand welcome during his homecoming. He doesn't get it.
- He also expects the people of Winterfell to at least show him a little respect, considering he invaded it with armed soldiers and occupied it. Noooooooope. Everyone from crippled children to helpless old men gives him lip and snark.
- Eunuchs Are Evil: Averted. He only gets castrated once he becomes more sympathetic and has given up his evil acts.
- Evil Former Friend: To the Starks in general and Robb in particular.
- Face Death with Dignity/Defiant to the End: He attempts to do this, planning to charge into battle against the Northern forces that have come for him and kill as many men as he can before he dies. Instead, his own men knock him out and sell him to the enemy.
- His final desperate to cling to his name - and more than his name, his identity as a Greyjoy, a descendant of kings and warriors - in the face of Ramsay's increasingly brutal beatings has shades of this.
- Face-Heel Turn
- Failed a Spot Check: He probably should have spent more time listening to Maester Luwin about the other Houses and their respective sigils, since despite being flayed on an X-shaped Cross, he still doesn't figure out who's responsible for torturing him.
- Fingore: During his first torture session, a thin blade is slowly forced under one of his fingernails. When Ramsay replaces the torturer and carries on the sessions by himself, his first "game" ends with Theon's pinky finger getting flayed; an experience so painful that Theon is left begging for Ramsay to amputate it altogether. Later, Theon is seen wearing a bandage over much of his right hand, implying that Ramsay has been doing the same for his other fingers.
- Glory Hound: He's desperate to make a name for himself.
- Going Native: A lot of his problems come from the fact that his mindset is far more Northern than Ironborn, but he refuses to admit it.
- Good Angel, Bad Angel: Maester Luwin and Dagmer are essentially this for him after he captures Winterfell. Dagmer usually wins out, which only serves to accelerate Theon's downfall.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Appears to be quite jealous of Tyrion and the Lannisters due to their wealth and power.
- Later, of Yara's favorite status with their father.
- He-Man Woman Hater: Slips into this after being forced to fight with Yara for his position as heir to Balon.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Robb. Seems to hold him in regard out of any other Stark and he is usually the first to stand by any of Robb's decisions.
Theon: Am I your brother? Now and always?
Robb: Now and always.
- Heel Realisation: In Series 3, long after his antics have caused every member of his adopted family to despise him.
- I Have Your Son: Theon was raised by Ned Stark as insurance for Balon Greyjoy's good behavior.
- I Am X, Son of Y: Theon throws his dad's name around quite a few times to boast about his status. Most people have no idea who he's talking about.
- I Cannot Self-Terminate: He begs Ramsay to kill him in 'Mhysa.' Ramsay doesn't oblige, partly because his father still needs Theon as a bargaining chip, but mostly because he's having too much fun in making Theon's life a living hell.
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Starts out as this in Season 2. He acts out on his anger at his father for sending him off, and his disdain for the Starks for running his chance at becoming a ruler when he was made to be a squire for them, by forcibly taking control of their castle. Becomes a Butt Monkey quickly after his takeover, as Bran (a crippled eleven year old boy) flat-out tells him that he rejects his bid for power and acts bored when he makes his demands, gets told off by the people and servants in Winterfell, and even spit on by one of them. Theon quickly becomes a Villain Protagonist after the last incident, brutally hacking the head off the person who spit on him and killing two children then burning their bodies just to make Winterfell believe the Stark children were dead. Theon's received a horrific dose of Laser-Guided Karma by Ramsay Snow that has caused him to make a Heel-Face Turn.
- Ignored Epiphany: Theon acknowledges the truth of Maester Luwin telling him that he's not the evil man he's been acting as, and can make amends for his treachery by joining the Night's Watch. However, Theon feels that he has already gone too far.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: Theon's arrogance has a whole lot to do with the fact that he grew up as a Stark ward/glorified Stark prisoner and was constantly reminded of how he should feel grateful to his adoptive family/captors.
- Insistent Terminology: Insists on being referred to as "Lord Greyjoy" on account of his heritage. When he takes Winterfell, he takes the title 'Prince of Winterfell,' and insists that people refer to him as "Prince Theon."
- This, like so many, many other examples of his faults is used to horrifying effect by Ramsay Snow whom after torturing and mutilating him to near insanity, playing sick mind games to break him down to a sobbing wreck whenever he sees him and personally castrating him, decides that "Theon" is too much a "lord's name" for him - there was even a King in the North called Theon Stark - , as he is nothing but "stinking meat" now and thus his name should reflect that.
- It's All About Me: He doesn't take much consideration for anything but his own immediate gratification and how other people view him.
- Jerkass Woobie: The unspeakably nightmarish physical, mental, and emotional torture and torment he goes through at the hands of Ramsay Snow in Season 3, coupled with his genuine grief and guilt over his previous dog-kickery and jerkassery make him the embodiment of this.
- Kick the Dog: He has behaved abusively toward Ros and Osha and other characters don't seem to trust or like him. In season 2 his capture of Winterfell and subsequent actions are basically one long exercise in this trope. Notably his killing of Ser Rodrik.
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: A literal example when he beats and then kicks Lorren for letting Bran and Rickon escape and then imply it was Theon's fault because he took Osha into his bed.
- The Lancer: To Robb's The Hero in Season 1.
- Loser Son of Loser Dad: He's seen this way in-universe. The Greyjoys have become the punchline to a joke in Westeros after Balon's failed rebellion.
Jaime: I saw the youngest Greyjoy boy at Winterfell. It was like seeing a shark on a mountaintop.
Jory: Theon. He's a good lad.
Jaime: I doubt it.
- Male Frontal Nudity: In "The Wolf and the Lion".
- Meaningful Rename: Ramsay renames him "Reek" in "Mhysa".
- Misplaced Accent: Despite being from the Iron Islands, Theon sounds Northern, likely due to his time with the Stark family.
- It's particularly noticable in Series 2 where the Ironborn characters sound vastly different than Theon does.
- Yara also pronounces his name as "Tee-on", not "They-on". This implies that even he has forgotten how to say his own name.
- Hilariously, when one looks at the background, one finds that the name Theon is in fact a given name in the North. With one of the Kings of Winter (Theon Stark the Hungry Wolf, mentioned in chapter 69 and 66 of GoT and ACCK respectively), so it may not be forgetting as much as it is he just doesn't care which he says it. This is fitting, considering the Ironborn and the Northmen have the same basic cultural origin, with both being the last descendants of the First Men.
- Moral Event Horizon: The taking of Winterfell and execution of Ser Rodrik are treated this way in-universe.
- The execution of the two orphans to pass them as Bran and Rickon also counts in and out of the series, with Theon himself remaining stricken with guilt and regret over these murders in Season 3.
- My God, What Have I Done?: It's subtle, but when Theon kills Ser Rodrik, he's shown standing and staring in the rain, and you can see this etched on his face. Later, when he hoists the corpses of two children he claims were Bran and Rickon, he immediately looks down in regret and guilt.
- In Season 3, Theon begins to voice his regrets over betraying the Starks after he realizes Balon Greyjoy will never truly love him as a son like Ned Stark did. Important to note is that all of these revelations come while he is free from captivity and under the impression that he is about to be reunited with his sister.
Theon: My real father lost his head at King's Landing.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Given what we later learn happened to everyone else at Winterfell when Ramsay Snow took it from the Ironborn, as well as Roose Bolton's betrayal of the Starks during the Red Wedding, one could make the argument that Theon's incompetence in allowing Bran and Rickon to escape, ultimately saved their lives!. Then again seizing Winterfell is one of the reasons that lead to Bolton betraying Robb.
- No Holds Barred Beat Down: Unleashes a surprising one on Lorren.
- The Oathbreaker: He broke his oath to fight by Robb's side until his dying day.
- Parental Substitute: Ned Stark for him. He finally realizes and admits it in Season 3, long after his actions have caused most of his adopted family to despise him and want him dead.
- Pet the Dog: Despite his faults, he seems to be a loyal friend to Robb and one of his most ready supporters. Not anymore, as of the third episode of Season 2 he's thrown in his lot with his "true" family, House Greyjoy, in their invasion of the North.
- He still makes the effort to gently persuade Bran to hand over the castle, and promises to treat the people as well as their previous lord did, in clear attempt to justify his own actions. He doesn't take it well when they don't show him an inkling of respect in spite of this.
- Pragmatic Villainy: Blatantly averted in another manifestation of his poor leadership. He's shortsighted and doesn't seem to grasp the concept, being more interested in appearing tough. Luwin is unable to convince him that Ser Rodrick is more valuable alive than dead, and Theon repeats this mistake again with the Stark boys, as Yara points out.
- Proud Raider Race Guy: He's trying his damnedest to be this.
You're not a man in the Iron Islands 'till you've killed your first enemy!
- A lot of his problems come from being born in a culture that believes A Real Man Is a Killer, but raised by another culture that believes in Honor Before Reason, and frequently getting his wires crossed. An example of this is when he talks about how shameful it would be to be known as "the Greyjoy who ran," not realizing that the Ironborn are raiders and practically always run away when the enemy is too strong.
- Theon assumes that his men, being proud Ironborn warriors, would willingly brave certain death to go out in a blaze of brutal glory. Noooooooooope.
- Really Gets Around: Mostly with women he pays or complete idiots who are easily taken advantage of. He also fancies himself a ladykiller and The Casanova, but his onscreen relationship pursuits have so far consisted of: visiting Ros (a prostitute), attempting to force himself on Osha (who just tells him off before they're interrupted and later seduces him in a Batman Gambit Honey Trap way), seducing the captain's teenage daughter on a ship, and (unknowingly) groping his sister.
- This reputation came back to haunt him in the worst possible way when Ramsay Snow heard of it and was thus inspired to violently castrate Theon in order to utterly break him.
- The Resenter: On so many levels. More or less justified, too.
- Rousing Speech: A pretty nice one in "Valar Morghulis". Shame he gets knocked out right after by Dagmer.
Dagmer: It was a good speech, didn't want to interrupt.
- Sanity Slippage: His mental health has clearly deteriorated during Season Two. Not surprising, given his father's treatment, his less-than-stellar attempts at earning his men's respect, the Northerners' hatred when he takes Winterfell and losing Bran and Rickon. Another major reason for this, is that his behavior at Winterfell was really inconsistent with his personality, as his hesitation and ambivalence demonstrates. Theon might have been a contemptible, womanizing Butt Monkey who could never get any respect, but that was mostly due to insecurity. He wasn't genuinely evil.
- His torture at the hands of Ramsay Snow has seen him turn into a wreck of a person, completely consumed by fear of Ramsay.
- Sibling Rivalry: With Yara, for the respect of his father.
- Slave to PR: Increasingly becomes this over the course of Season Two. Yara eventually calls him out on it.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Thinks he's pretty damn awesome in battle and lovemaking among other things, but no one else is buying it. This is perhaps best demonstrated when he can't even take off Ser Rodrik's head until after several strokes, and in the end is simply hacking away and actually has to kick the head off in the end. When Ned did the same thing in the first episode he actually used a proper heavy sword (so heavy, in fact, that Ned hardly swung it, just let it fall), demonstrating that Theon literally doesn't have the right tools for the job and is too arrogant to ask for them.
- Thicker Than Water: The reason of his Face-Heel Turn.
- Tragic Villain: Despite his rather unpleasant personality, he becomes one of these due to the degree to which his jerkassery and later villainy is fueled by never being accepted by anyone. His nightmarish fate in Season 3 makes this all the more pronounced.
- The Unfavorite
- Villain Protagonist: Becomes one in Season 2.
- "Well Done, Son" Guy: A big part of his personality and issues stem from this. It isn't until "The Ghost of Harrenhal" that he realizes just how little respect people really have for him due to this, as the Ironmen don't respect those who just blindly do as they're told. When he disregards Balon's orders to raid small fishing villages and chooses to hit a larger, harder target with more plunder, the men begin to respect him more. And then his sister shows up and continues to berate him (though, in that case, it's a little justified, since it's about killing fake Bran and Rickon).
- And in Season 3 he finally admits that his true father was Ned.
- We Used to Be Friends: He was treated with familiarity by the Starks and was a close friend of Robb's.
- Would Hurt a Child
Princess Yara Greyjoy
Played By: Gemma Whelan
"I'm going to march on the Dreadfort, I'm going to find my little brother, and I'm going to bring him home."
Theon's older sister, trained by her father as his actual heir in his son's absence.
Greyjoy household and retainers
Played By: Ralph Ineson
"They're all Iron Islanders. Do they do as they're told or do they do as they like?"
A veteran ironborn raider assigned as Theon's second at the "Sea Bitch". He acts as a mentor of sorts to Theon reminding him that the Ironborn follow men, not orders, and he must earn their respect if he wants to lead them.
- Adaptational Attractiveness: In the books, his nickname "Cleftjaw" is descriptive of his appearance, as he was horribly disfigured after taking an ax to the face, leaving him with lips stretched apart. In the tv series, he has some minor facial scars.
- Adaptational Villainy: While in the books he remains at Torrhen's Square and returns to the Stony Shore after being driven out by Ser Rodrik, here he's the one with the idea of executing Ser Rodrik and later killing two kids and then show the bodies to the people of Winterfell and pretend they are Bran and Rickon. We can now add knocking Theon out and selling him to their enemies (in an admittedly hilarious manner) and killing Maester Luwin to that fun list too.
- Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering?: His first scene with Theon.
- Bodyguard Betrayal: To Theon.
- Composite Character: Takes on much of "Reek's" Actually a disguised Ramsay Snow role from the book. Telling Theon to execute Ser Rodrik for spitting at him comes from Aeron Greyjoy telling Theon to kill Benfred Tallhart for the same reason.
- Death by Adaptation: In "Mhysa" we learn that Ramsay Snow had him and the other Ironborn flayed alive. Dagmer is still alive in the books.
- The Dragon: To Theon.
- Dragon-in-Chief: Boy, does he manage Theon like if he was made of plasticine...
- Evil Scars: Considering he's a bloodthirsty psychotic, the deep scar across his face is most certainly of the evil kind.
- Evil Sounds Deep: His voice is magnificent.
- Guttural Growler: He has a bit of this too.
- He Knows Too Much: Apparently a believer in this kind of secrecy; when Theon attempted to compensate the Farmer whose children were murdered and passed off as the Stark Children, Dagmer gives the bluntest explanation for why this is now impossible:
"He's feedin' the crops; his wife too. You want to keep a man silent, you silence him."
- Karmic Death: Turns out Ramsay gave him exactly what he deserved for betraying Theon and killing Maester Luwin.
- The Mentor: He seems to be this for Theon, and also seems to genuinely want him to rise up in the esteem of his men- evidenced by his smile of approval when Theon beats the shit out of Black Lorren.
- Evil Mentor: Climaxes in "The Old Gods and the New" when he convinces Theon to murder his former good mentor, Ser Rodrik.
- Treacherous Advisor: Once it becomes clear that there's no way they can withstand the coming Northern counterattack, he knocks Theon out after his Rousing Speech, takes command of the Ironborn crew and leads home, leaving him for the Northmen.
- Number Two: To Theon.
- Only Sane Employee: Is quickly established as this, taking on a mentor role to Theon. This is similar, but different than his role in the books, wherein he is an Honorary Uncle who knew Theon since childhood.
- Pirate: He's an Ironborn; being a pirate is his whole life.
- Psychotic Smirk/Slasher Smile: Has a grin everytime an Ironborn kicks a dog.
- Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves: In "Mhysa" it is revealed that Ramsay had him flayed after he betrayed Theon.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: What he and the rest of the Ironborn do in the season 2 finale.
- The Starscream: Dagmer serves Theon pretty faithfully...except when things start to go south. He abandons him, taking leadership of the Ironborn.
- Toxic Friend Influence: Theon is certainly responsible for his own acts, but Dagmer is constantly the devil on his shoulder pushing him to go further. It's at Dagmer's insistence that Ser Rodrik is executed.
- Would Hurt a Child: Theon confides in Ramsay that Dagmer was the one who personally killed two Winterfell boys.
Played By: Forbes KB
"I have been reaving and raping since before you left Balon's balls, Captain."
A veteran ironborn raider assigned to the "Sea Bitch".