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* Roote has been dishing out awesome during his entire time in the Vale: not only did he abduct Sturm Brightblade without complications and prevented his suicide, he also broke him even though he was the Grandmaster of the Crimson Sept (as he later confessed). When he had a chance of success equal to 10%.

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* Roote has been dishing out awesome during his entire time in the Vale: not only did he abduct Sturm Brightblade without complications and prevented his suicide, he also broke him even though he was the Grandmaster of the Crimson Sept (as he later confessed). When he had a chance of success equal to 10%.10%.
* The tag team battle with Jon and Valonqar vs Euron and his dragon Nagga. Jon swoops in [[BigDamnHeroes to save Winterfell and the Starks in the nick of time]], (mostly) deals with Greyjoy's vampire abilities without issue, and even after he is swallowed by Nagga and Valonqar is beaten by Greyjoy, he manages to kill Nagga with a well timed Storm Call and [[CurbStompBattle curbstomps the crap out of Euron]], rescues Arlan by pulling his soul out of Euron's body and finally finishes off the vampire by biting his throat out.


* Roote has been dishing out awesome during his entire time in the Vale: not only did he abduct Sturm Brightblade without complications and prevented his suicide, he also broke him even though he was the Grandmaster of the Crimson Sept (as he confessed later). With a chance of sucess equal to 10%.

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* Roote has been dishing out awesome during his entire time in the Vale: not only did he abduct Sturm Brightblade without complications and prevented his suicide, he also broke him even though he was the Grandmaster of the Crimson Sept (as he confessed later). With later confessed). When he had a chance of sucess success equal to 10%.


* Jon and Valonqar burning the walls of Lannisport until Tywin Lannister's bannermen surrendered him mid-shit. Royalist men lost in the final battle of the war: zero. And Oberyn Martell got to finally avenge his sister.

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* Jon and Valonqar burning the walls of Lannisport until Tywin Lannister's bannermen surrendered him mid-shit. Royalist men lost in the final battle of the war: zero. And Oberyn Martell got to finally avenge his sister.sister.
* Roote has been dishing out awesome during his entire time in the Vale: not only did he abduct Sturm Brightblade without complications and prevented his suicide, he also broke him even though he was the Grandmaster of the Crimson Sept (as he confessed later). With a chance of sucess equal to 10%.


* Khal Drogo's assault on Volantis and the last minute rescue by the Golden Company, now led by Jorah Mormont himself.

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* Khal Drogo's assault on Volantis and the last minute rescue by the Golden Company, now led by Jorah Mormont himself.himself.
* Randyll Tarly nearly taking Lannisport on his own before Jon even arrived. He was driven back, but the thread was so impressed they very nearly named him Warden of the West.
* Jon and Valonqar burning the walls of Lannisport until Tywin Lannister's bannermen surrendered him mid-shit. Royalist men lost in the final battle of the war: zero. And Oberyn Martell got to finally avenge his sister.


** He then went on to unhorse Ser Meryn Trant, a member of the Kingsguard, and went blow for blow with [[BadAss Jon]] [[MagicKnight Stormcrown]]. To put things in perspective, Jon had both fate and time bending to his will, and still nearly lost.

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** He then went on to unhorse Ser Meryn Trant, a member of the Kingsguard, and went blow for blow with [[BadAss Jon]] [[MagicKnight Jon Stormcrown]]. To put things in perspective, Jon had both fate and time bending to his will, and still nearly lost.


* The Tourney of Oldtown where [[spoiler: Jon's years-long quest to avenge Mya Stone reaches its climax with the arrest of Joffrey Waters, the crowning of the first High Septa in history, and Jon's legitimization as Robert's son and heir.]]

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* The Tourney of Oldtown where [[spoiler: Jon's years-long quest to avenge Mya Stone reaches its climax with the arrest of Joffrey Waters, the crowning of the first High Septa in history, and Jon's legitimization as Robert's son and heir.]]heir.
* Khal Drogo's assault on Volantis and the last minute rescue by the Golden Company, now led by Jorah Mormont himself.


* The Tourney of Oldtown where [[spoiler: Jon's years-long quest to avenge Mya Stone reaches its climax with the arrest of Joffrey Waters, the crowning of the first High Septa in history, and Jon's legitimization as Robert's son by Lyanna.]]

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* The Tourney of Oldtown where [[spoiler: Jon's years-long quest to avenge Mya Stone reaches its climax with the arrest of Joffrey Waters, the crowning of the first High Septa in history, and Jon's legitimization as Robert's son by Lyanna.and heir.]]


* Jon's battle against Valonqar in the hell that is King's Landing, which resulted in Jon suplexing him not once, but EIGHT times. While BLIND.

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* Jon's battle against Valonqar in the hell that is King's Landing, which resulted in Jon suplexing him not once, but EIGHT times. While BLIND.BLIND.
* The Tourney of Oldtown where [[spoiler: Jon's years-long quest to avenge Mya Stone reaches its climax with the arrest of Joffrey Waters, the crowning of the first High Septa in history, and Jon's legitimization as Robert's son by Lyanna.]]


* Jon's battle against Drogon in the hell that is King's Landing, which resulted in Jon suplexing him not once, but EIGHT times. While BLIND.

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* Jon's battle against Drogon Valonqar in the hell that is King's Landing, which resulted in Jon suplexing him not once, but EIGHT times. While BLIND.


* While at the Siege of the Whispers, Jon sees a Dragonsworn ship trying to escape. Not standing for it, he strips out of his armor, jumps over a hundred foot-tall cliff and into the sea in order to catch up to it. Upon boarding it, he proceeds to take over the ship (mostly with the help of Arlan Stormcrown), and makes the crew sail the ship back to the Whispers. Upon landing, he proceeds to singlehandedly turn the tide of battle in favor of his beleagured men and personally kills over a hundred Dragonsworn without using armor, Shouts, or the aid of Arlan.

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* While at the Siege of the Whispers, Jon sees a Dragonsworn ship trying to escape. Not standing for it, he strips out of his armor, jumps over a hundred foot-tall cliff and into the sea in order to catch up to it. Upon boarding it, he proceeds to take over the ship (mostly with the help of Arlan Stormcrown), and makes the crew sail the ship back to the Whispers. Upon landing, he proceeds to singlehandedly turn the tide of battle in favor of his beleagured men and personally kills over a hundred Dragonsworn without using armor, Shouts, or the aid of Arlan.Arlan.
* Jon's battle against Drogon in the hell that is King's Landing, which resulted in Jon suplexing him not once, but EIGHT times. While BLIND.


* Stannis Baratheon gets one in the eighteenth omake, during which it's revealed he is in command of a thousand strong freedmen army. He passes judgement on a Ghiscari slave master, then goes on to recruit a century of Unsullied by sheer charisma. It's made all the more awesome that this was his first on screen appearance during the two year span the game has been running, turning it into an in-story EstablishingCharacterMoment.

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* Stannis Baratheon gets one in the eighteenth omake, during which it's revealed he is in command of a thousand strong freedmen army. He passes judgement on a Ghiscari slave master, then goes on to recruit a century of Unsullied by sheer charisma. It's made all the more awesome that this was his first on screen appearance during the two year span the game has been running, turning it into an in-story EstablishingCharacterMoment.EstablishingCharacterMoment.
* While at the Siege of the Whispers, Jon sees a Dragonsworn ship trying to escape. Not standing for it, he strips out of his armor, jumps over a hundred foot-tall cliff and into the sea in order to catch up to it. Upon boarding it, he proceeds to take over the ship (mostly with the help of Arlan Stormcrown), and makes the crew sail the ship back to the Whispers. Upon landing, he proceeds to singlehandedly turn the tide of battle in favor of his beleagured men and personally kills over a hundred Dragonsworn without using armor, Shouts, or the aid of Arlan.


* At the [[TrialByCombat Trial of]] [[CombatByChampion Seven]], Jon forced the two Crakehalls and Robert Brax to yield, and then finished off Gregor Clegane after Sandor's loss and Grandison's injuries started taking their toll.

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* At the [[TrialByCombat Trial of]] [[CombatByChampion Seven]], Jon forced the two Crakehalls and Robert Brax to yield, and then finished off Gregor Clegane after Sandor's loss and Grandison's injuries started taking their toll.toll.
* Stannis Baratheon gets one in the eighteenth omake, during which it's revealed he is in command of a thousand strong freedmen army. He passes judgement on a Ghiscari slave master, then goes on to recruit a century of Unsullied by sheer charisma. It's made all the more awesome that this was his first on screen appearance during the two year span the game has been running, turning it into an in-story EstablishingCharacterMoment.


* Winning the Joust at Riverrun, and coming second in the melee to Logain.

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* Winning the Joust at Riverrun, Riverrun and coming second in the melee to Logain.



* Black Walder gets one, when he scales a several hundred feet high cliff face while in armor, then kills the body of King Ungren Greyfeather. Sadly, this [[DyingMomentOfAwesome costs him his life]] in one of the most [[BodySnatcher disturbing demises]] in the series.

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* Black Walder gets one, one when he scales a several hundred feet high cliff face while in armor, then kills the body of King Ungren Greyfeather. Sadly, this [[DyingMomentOfAwesome costs him his life]] in one of the most [[BodySnatcher disturbing demises]] in the series.


* For Narbet Grandison, taking a clean, resounding win against Gregor Clegane, the Mountain That Rides, at the King's Landing Tourney.

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* For Narbet Narbert Grandison, taking a clean, resounding win against Gregor Clegane, the Mountain That Rides, at the King's Landing Tourney.


* Black Walder gets one, when he scales a several hundred feet high cliff face while in armor, then kills the body of King Ungren Greyfeather. Sadly, this [[DyingMomentOfAwesome costs him his life]] in one of the most [[BodySnatcher disturbing demises]] in the series.

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* Black Walder gets one, when he scales a several hundred feet high cliff face while in armor, then kills the body of King Ungren Greyfeather. Sadly, this [[DyingMomentOfAwesome costs him his life]] in one of the most [[BodySnatcher disturbing demises]] in the series.series.
* At the [[TrialByCombat Trial of]] [[CombatByChampion Seven]], Jon forced the two Crakehalls and Robert Brax to yield, and then finished off Gregor Clegane after Sandor's loss and Grandison's injuries started taking their toll.

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