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* The White Walkers are usually called "the Others" by Westerosi in the books, but the show uses a wildling term instead because CapitalLettersAreMagic doesn't come across well when spoken and it avoids any inadvertent reference to ''Series/{{Lost}}''. In the novels, "white walkers" is one of several alternate fearful names for them.

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* In the novels the sentient ice demons from The North are known interchangeably as "White Walkers" or "The Others", whereas the corpses they reanimate and command are Wights. In the show, The Others are exclusively known as White Walkers are usually Walkers, with the zombies either being lumped under the same name, or simply called "the Others" by Westerosi in dead". The former case was probably to avoid allusions to ''{{Series/Lost}}'', and the books, but the show uses a wildling term instead latter because CapitalLettersAreMagic doesn't come across well when spoken "Wight" is both an uncommon word and it avoids any inadvertent reference to ''Series/{{Lost}}''. In the novels, "white walkers" is one of several alternate fearful names for them. a homonym with "White", which would likely have just confused people.

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* House Bolton's maester was named Tybald in the books but Wolkan in the show.


A lot of characters have had their [[AdaptationNameChange names changed]] from the books:



A lot of characters have had their [[AdaptationNameChange names changed]] from the books:


* Arya's shellfish peddler persona is named Lanna rather than Cat of the Canals. This change even gets a VisualPun MythologyGag when [[http://photos.vanityfair.com/2015/06/01/556bed024ae56e586e4575dd_got-cat-of-the-canals.gif a cat crosses her path]].

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* Arya's shellfish peddler persona is named Lanna rather than Cat of the Canals.Canals, after her mother. This change even gets a VisualPun MythologyGag when [[http://photos.vanityfair.com/2015/06/01/556bed024ae56e586e4575dd_got-cat-of-the-canals.gif a cat crosses her path]].


* Robert Arryn is renamed Robin after an InUniverseNickname from the books to [[OneSteveLimit avoid confusion]] with Robert Baratheon. He's also called "Sweetrobin" in the books as a nickname.

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* Robert Arryn is renamed Robin after an his InUniverseNickname "Sweetrobin" from the books to [[OneSteveLimit avoid confusion]] with Robert Baratheon. He's also called "Sweetrobin" in the books as a nickname.Baratheon.



* The Three-Eyed Raven is a Three-Eyed Crow in the books, which is a species change in truth, but he was also a crow of another sort in the novels.

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* The Three-Eyed Raven is a Three-Eyed Crow in the books, which is a species change an AdaptationalSpeciesChange in truth, but he was also a crow of another sort in the novels.



* The name "[[PunctuationShaker R'hllor]]" appears a single time, and in High Valyrian dialogue--otherwise, he's the Lord of Light. Azor Ahai, the religion's messiah, is called "the Lord's Chosen".

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* The name "[[PunctuationShaker R'hllor]]" appears a single time, and in High Valyrian dialogue--otherwise, he's the Lord of Light. Light.
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Azor Ahai, the religion's messiah, is called "the Lord's Chosen".



* Robb Stark's LoveInterest Jeyne Westerling is renamed as Talisa Maegyr. Her ethnicity also changed: she isn't a Westerosi Andal, she's Volantene of (distant) Valyrian descent. Also counts as RaceLift and Adaptation Race Change, because the Volantene are of Valyrian descent, having MysticalWhiteHair and lighter skin, yet in the show they're AmbiguouslyBrown.
* A reverse ethnicity change occurred with Vargo Hoat. He was renamed Locke because he's now a Westerosi First Man rather than (vaguely Eastern European) Qohorik.


* In another added example of OneSteveLimit, Hodor's real name is Walder in the books and Wylis in the show.

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* In another added example of OneSteveLimit, OneSteveLimit to avoid confusion with Walder Frey, Hodor's real name is Walder in the books and Wylis in the show.


* The White Walkers are usually called "the Others" by Westerosi in the books, but the show uses a wildling term instead because CapitalLettersAreMagic doesn't come across well when spoken and it avoids any inadvertent reference to ''Series/{{Lost}}''.

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* The White Walkers are usually called "the Others" by Westerosi in the books, but the show uses a wildling term instead because CapitalLettersAreMagic doesn't come across well when spoken and it avoids any inadvertent reference to ''Series/{{Lost}}''. In the novels, "white walkers" is one of several alternate fearful names for them.

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* A reverse ethnicity change occurred with Vargo Hoat. He was renamed Locke because he's now a Westerosi First Man rather than (vaguely Eastern European) Qohorik.

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* Robb Stark's LoveInterest Jeyne Westerling is renamed as Talisa Maegyr. Her ethnicity also changed: she isn't a Westerosi Andal, she's Volantene of (distant) Valyrian descent. Also counts as RaceLift and Adaptation Race Change, because the Volantene are of Valyrian descent, having MysticalWhiteHair and lighter skin, yet in the show they're AmbiguouslyBrown.


* Robert Arryn is renamed Robin after an InUniverseNickname from the books to [[OneSteveLimit avoid confusion]] with Robert Baratheon.

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* Robert Arryn is renamed Robin after an InUniverseNickname from the books to [[OneSteveLimit avoid confusion]] with Robert Baratheon. He's also called "Sweetrobin" in the books as a nickname.

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* The White Walkers are usually called "the Others" by Westerosi in the books, but the show uses a wildling term instead because CapitalLettersAreMagic doesn't come across well when spoken and it avoids any inadvertent reference to ''Series/{{Lost}}''.
* Robert Arryn is renamed Robin after an InUniverseNickname from the books to [[OneSteveLimit avoid confusion]] with Robert Baratheon.
* Asha Greyjoy is renamed Yara to avoid confusion with Osha the wildling.
* Two minor characters named Grazdan in the book are renamed Greizhen and Razdal in the show in an apparent effort to enforce the OneSteveLimit. The books note that many Ghiscari are named after their founder, Grazdan the Great.
* The Three-Eyed Raven is a Three-Eyed Crow in the books, which is a species change in truth, but he was also a crow of another sort in the novels.
* Gilly's baby is named Sam in the show, but has yet to be formally named in the books due to a wildling taboo against naming children under two, though his caregiver Val takes to calling him "Monster" affectionately.
* The Meereenese child [[spoiler: eaten by Drogon]] in "The Children" is Hazzea in the books, but Zalla in the show.
* The Unsullied murdered in "The Wars To Come" is called White Rat rather than Stalwart Shield. In the books, many Unsullied reclaim their birth names or take new ones instead of retaining their vermin names as Grey Worm does, but the show never goes into this.
* In the books, the term "warg" is reserved for those who bond with wolves; those who bond with other animals are "skinchangers." The show calls everyone wargs and even uses the term as a verb.
* Jojen refers to "green dreams" and "greenseers" in the books but "the Sight" in the show.
* The name "[[PunctuationShaker R'hllor]]" appears a single time, and in High Valyrian dialogue--otherwise, he's the Lord of Light. Azor Ahai, the religion's messiah, is called "the Lord's Chosen".
* Arya's shellfish peddler persona is named Lanna rather than Cat of the Canals. This change even gets a VisualPun MythologyGag when [[http://photos.vanityfair.com/2015/06/01/556bed024ae56e586e4575dd_got-cat-of-the-canals.gif a cat crosses her path]].
* In another added example of OneSteveLimit, Hodor's real name is Walder in the books and Wylis in the show.
* Shae's AffectionateNickname for Tyrion is "[[SigilSpam my lion]]," instead of "[[IronicNickname my giant]]."
* [[TheEeyore Dolorous Edd]] is just "Edd" until Season 6.
* {{Inverted}} by the undead creature created from [[spoiler: Gregor Clegane]], who's referred to as "Robert Strong" in the books but retains his original name in the show.
* For whatever reason, the ruler of the Iron Islands sits the "Salt Throne" rather than the "Seastone Chair" that would be more in keeping with both the books and the show's own "[[AllThereInTheManual Histories & Lore]]" segments [[{{Retcon}} from Season 2]].
* Lacking his RedRightHand and EyepatchOfPower, Euron Greyjoy is never called "Crow's Eye" on the show.
* In a preview chapter, there's an actress called "Lady Stork", which some readers mistook for a Braavosi {{mondegreen}} of "Lady Stark" given the context of the play being performed. In the show, it's "Lady Crane" and her role is [[AdaptationExpansion vastly expanded]].
* Whether or not they serve the same role, in the show the White Walkers' leader is called "the ''Night'' King" (singular) while the legendary figure of the books is called "the ''Night's'' King" (possessive).
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