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* AdaptationalWimp: In the books, Ellaria is praised for being strong enough to Turn the Other Cheek, but in the show Ellaria is a myopic revenge-obsessed nutcase.


* AdaptationalHeroism: His apparent desire to let bygones be bygones and not go to war over the death of Elia and Oberyn turns out to be a ruse in the novels; he has in fact secretly been planning revenge against the Lannisters for nearly twenty years via supporting a Targeryen restoration and actually gets the Sand Snakes on his side after revealing this (to be fair, the Book!Snakes are nowhere near as [[AdaptationalVillainy horrible as their show counterparts.)]] In the series, he's completely sincere in his desire for peace and forgiveness.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: His apparent desire to let bygones be bygones and not go to war over the death of Elia and Oberyn turns out to be a ruse in the novels; he has in fact secretly been planning revenge against the Lannisters for nearly twenty years via supporting a Targeryen restoration and actually gets the Sand Snakes on his side after revealing this (to be fair, the Book!Snakes Book Snakes are nowhere near as [[AdaptationalVillainy horrible as their show counterparts.)]] In the series, he's completely sincere in his desire for peace and forgiveness.



* BloodKnight: He's spirited when told by Prince Doran that he'll have to use his axe again, after being idle a long time in that regard. When Areo meets Jaime, he declares that he would have very much enjoyed fighting the Lannister back when Jaime had his sword hand.[[labelnote:From the books]] Book!Areo was a Bearded Priest and while he indeed was highly alert and constantly assessed his opponents, it was merely part of his work as a bodyguard and his personality was that of a largely peaceful man bound to duty and service rather than someone who looked for a fight.[[/labelnote]]

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* BloodKnight: He's spirited when told by Prince Doran that he'll have to use his axe again, after being idle a long time in that regard. When Areo meets Jaime, he declares that he would have very much enjoyed fighting the Lannister back when Jaime had his sword hand.[[labelnote:From the books]] Book!Areo Book Areo was a Bearded Priest and while he indeed was highly alert and constantly assessed his opponents, it was merely part of his work as a bodyguard and his personality was that of a largely peaceful man bound to duty and service rather than someone who looked for a fight.[[/labelnote]]


* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene, doesn't talk save for voicing his approval to elect Bran as king and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show. He shows up in the finale not because he is an important character to the plot in and of himself, but in order to show that Dorne has not been completely forgotten.

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* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene, doesn't talk save for voicing his approval to elect Bran Stark as king and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show. He shows up in the finale not because he is an important character to the plot in and of himself, but in order to show that Dorne has not been completely forgotten.


* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene, doesn't talk save for voicing his approval to elect Bran as king and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show. He shows up not because he is an important character to the plot in and of himself, but in order to show that Dorne has not been completely forgotten.

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* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene, doesn't talk save for voicing his approval to elect Bran as king and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show. He shows up in the finale not because he is an important character to the plot in and of himself, but in order to show that Dorne has not been completely forgotten.


* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show. He shows up not because he is an important character to the plot in and of himself, but in order to show that Dorne has not been completely forgotten.

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* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene scene, doesn't talk save for voicing his approval to elect Bran as king and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show. He shows up not because he is an important character to the plot in and of himself, but in order to show that Dorne has not been completely forgotten.


* RememberTheNewGuy: He's never been mentioned in the show prior to Season 8, specially not in the Dorne storyline, where it seemed all Martells were dead. However, Varys does mention him in Season 8 before his appearance in the last episode.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: He's never been mentioned in the show prior to Season 8, specially not in the Dorne storyline, where it seemed all Martells were dead.dead (it is not known if he's a Martell at all). However, Varys does mention him in Season 8 before his appearance in the last episode.


* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show.

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* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show. He shows up not because he is an important character to the plot in and of himself, but in order to show that Dorne has not been completely forgotten.


* MinorMajorCharacter: He is one of the lords of the Seven Kingdoms, and he only shows up for one scene and his name is not even mentioned. Basically, he's the ruling Westerosi house lord with the smallest amount of screentime and exposition in the entire show.



* RememberTheNewGuy: He's never been mentioned in the show prior to Season 8, specially not in the Dorne storyline, where it seemed all Martells were dead.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: He's never been mentioned in the show prior to Season 8, specially not in the Dorne storyline, where it seemed all Martells were dead. However, Varys does mention him in Season 8 before his appearance in the last episode.


The new prince who took over Dorne after the demise of Ellaria Sand.

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The new prince who took over rules Dorne after the demise of Ellaria Sand.


* DemocracyIsBad: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the MedievalStasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to [[ElectiveMonarchy elect a new king]] at the very end of the show.

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* DemocracyIsBad: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has proto-democratic ideas that are a little too advanced for the MedievalStasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to [[ElectiveMonarchy elect a new king]] at the very end of the show.


* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the MedievalStasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to [[ElectiveMonarchy elect a new king]] at the very end of the show.

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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: DemocracyIsBad: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the MedievalStasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to [[ElectiveMonarchy elect a new king]] at the very end of the show.


* RememberTheNewGuy: He's never been mentioned in the Dorne storyline of the show prior to Season 8.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: He's never been mentioned in the Dorne storyline of the show prior to Season 8.8, specially not in the Dorne storyline, where it seemed all Martells were dead.


* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the MedievalStasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to elect a new king at the very end of the show.

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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the MedievalStasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to [[ElectiveMonarchy elect a new king king]] at the very end of the show.


* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the Medieval Stasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to elect a new king at the very end of the show.

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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the Medieval Stasis MedievalStasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to elect a new king at the very end of the show.

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[[folder:New Prince of Dorne]]
!!New Prince of Dorne
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!!!'''Played By:''' Toby Osmond

The new prince who took over Dorne after the demise of Ellaria Sand.
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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Like the other remaining lords of Westeros, he scoffs at Sam Tarly, for the latter has ideas a little too advanced for the Medieval Stasis of Westeros, that is, proto-democracy, when it comes to elect a new king at the very end of the show.
* NoNameGiven: His name is not pronounced during his only appearance in "The Iron Throne".
* RememberTheNewGuy: He's never been mentioned in the Dorne storyline of the show prior to Season 8.
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