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* DirtyKid: Ned Umber, due to being a horny preteen stuck in the body of a toddler that can barely walk.

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** Edmure Tully is edging dangerously close to this status after what he did to Black Walder spreads to the rest of Westeros. At the very least, he is far more respected now.


%%* SpannerInTheWorks: House Wode proves to be a minor one in the story. A House that, by all appearances, has no one who Remembers the future, and ends up informing Robert of Hoster Tully declaring for Jon Targaryen.

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%%* * SpannerInTheWorks: House Wode proves to be a minor one in the story. one. A House that, by all appearances, has no one who Remembers the future, and ends they end up informing Robert of Hoster Tully declaring for Jon Targaryen.Targaryen, thereby ruining the attempts by those who do Remember everything to keep Robert out of the loop about Jon for as long as possible.

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%%* SpannerInTheWorks: House Wode proves to be a minor one in the story. A House that, by all appearances, has no one who Remembers the future, and ends up informing Robert of Hoster Tully declaring for Jon Targaryen.

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* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: In his brief time in the story Joffrey revealed that like his mother he believed that Tyrion was the one who killed him, revealing that when he pointed at Tyrion as he died in the original timeline he was, from his perspective, identifying his killer, as Cersei had believed.


* BigBrotherInstinct: Jaime for Tyrion. He rushes to save him when he realizes that [[spoiler:Shae is about to try and kill him]], and later makes it clear that if it wasn't for Tyrion's own insistence, he'd [[spoiler: send her to Slaver's Bay or kill her]].
** [[spoiler:Viserys, [[HiddenDepths surprisingly]], has a moment of this when he sees Daenerys light herself on fire to hatch her dragons anew. He makes a mad dash to the flames to try and save her and has to be held back by ''multiple'' men to keep from going in after her. ]]

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* BigBrotherInstinct: BigBrotherInstinct:
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Jaime for Tyrion. He rushes to save him when he realizes that [[spoiler:Shae is about to try and kill him]], and later makes it clear that if it wasn't for Tyrion's own insistence, he'd [[spoiler: send her to Slaver's Bay or kill her]].
** [[spoiler:Viserys, Viserys, [[HiddenDepths surprisingly]], has a moment of this when he sees Daenerys light herself on fire to hatch her dragons anew. He makes a mad dash to the flames to try and save her and has to be held back by ''multiple'' men to keep from going in after her. ]]



-->[[spoiler: Jon: "Bran will always be my brother... but the [[DreamWeaver Three Eyed Raven]] is ''not'' Bran.]]

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-->[[spoiler: Jon: "Bran --> '''Jon''': Bran will always be my brother... but the [[DreamWeaver Three Eyed Raven]] is ''not'' Bran.]]

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** [[spoiler:Viserys, [[HiddenDepths surprisingly]], has a moment of this when he sees Daenerys light herself on fire to hatch her dragons anew. He makes a mad dash to the flames to try and save her and has to be held back by ''multiple'' men to keep from going in after her. ]]

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* ThatManIsDead: Bran repeatedly tells people that he's not really Brandon Stark anymore, he's [[InsistentTerminology the Three Eyed Raven now]]. Most people who knew him in the future all agree with him on that.
-->[[spoiler: Jon: "Bran will always be my brother... but the [[DreamWeaver Three Eyed Raven]] is ''not'' Bran.]]


* BearsAreBadNews: [[spoiler: Ramsay]] gets mauled to death by a bear while out hunting.

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* BearsAreBadNews: [[spoiler: Ramsay]] gets mauled to death by a [[spoiler:Stark warged]] bear while out hunting.


** Joffrey -- beaten to death by Sandor.
** Littlefinger -- stabbed and beheaded by Jaime.
** Ser Loras Tyrell -- [[TooDumbToLive killed by Jaime after attacking the latter and Barristan at the same time]].
** Lady Selyse Baratheon -- suicide by hanging.
** "Rattleshirt" the Lord of Bones -- head smashed in by Tormund.
** Janos Slynt -- lynched by an angry mob.
** Ser Preston Greenfield -- killed in the King's Landing riots.
** Ser Boros Blount -- killed in the King's Landing riots.
** Doreah -- beheaded by Irri.
** Krazynys -- castrated and killed by Missandei.
** Lord Walder Frey -- killed by his sons in "retaliation" for Arya killing them with his face in the old timeline.
** Black Walder Frey -- head smashed in by Edmure.
** The High Sparrow -- chest caved in by Robert.
** [[spoiler: Ellaria Sand -- stabbed by Doran.]]
** [[spoiler: Obara Sand -- skewered in the head by Trystane.]]
** [[spoiler: Nymeria Sand -- killed in the Water Gardens Bloodbath.]]
** [[spoiler: Tyene Sand -- killed in the Water Gardens Bloodbath.]]
** [[spoiler: Areo Hotah -- killed in the Water Gardens Bloodbath.]]
** [[spoiler: Roose Bolton -- beheaded by Robb.]]
** [[spoiler: Myranda -- killed by Bran via warging into Ramsay's hounds.]]
** [[spoiler: Ramsay Snow -- killed by Bran via [[BearsAreBadNews warging into a bear]].]]
** [[spoiler: Maester Lomys -- knifed by Mace.]]

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** **Killed in the chaos in King's Landing:
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Joffrey -- beaten to death by Sandor.
** *** Littlefinger -- stabbed and beheaded by Jaime.
** *** Ser Loras Tyrell -- [[TooDumbToLive killed by Jaime after attacking the latter and Barristan at the same time]].
** Lady Selyse Baratheon -- suicide by hanging.
** "Rattleshirt" the Lord of Bones -- head smashed in by Tormund.
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*** Janos Slynt -- lynched by an angry mob.
** *** Ser Preston Greenfield -- killed in the King's Landing riots.
** *** Ser Boros Blount -- killed in the King's Landing riots.
** Doreah -- beheaded by Irri.
** Krazynys -- castrated and killed by Missandei.
** Lord Walder Frey -- killed by his sons in "retaliation" for Arya killing them with his face in the old timeline.
** Black Walder Frey -- head smashed in by Edmure.
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*** The High Sparrow -- chest caved in by Robert.
** Killed in the Water Gardens Bloodbath:
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[[spoiler: Ellaria Sand -- stabbed by Doran.]]
** *** [[spoiler: Obara Sand -- skewered in the head by Trystane.]]
** *** [[spoiler: Nymeria Sand -- killed in the Water Gardens Bloodbath.]]
** *** [[spoiler: Tyene Sand -- killed in the Water Gardens Bloodbath.]]
** *** [[spoiler: Areo Hotah -- killed in the Water Gardens Bloodbath.by Oberyn Martell.]]
** Killed at some other time or place:
*** Lady Selyse Baratheon -- suicide by hanging.
*** "Rattleshirt" the Lord of Bones -- head smashed in by Tormund.
*** Doreah -- beheaded by Irri.
*** Krazynys -- castrated and killed by Missandei.
*** Lord Walder Frey -- killed by his sons in "retaliation" for Arya killing them with his face in the old timeline.
*** Black Walder Frey -- head smashed in by Edmure.
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[[spoiler: Roose Bolton -- beheaded by Robb.]]
** *** [[spoiler: Myranda -- killed by Bran via warging into Ramsay's hounds.]]
** *** [[spoiler: Ramsay Snow -- killed by Bran via [[BearsAreBadNews warging into a bear]].]]
** *** [[spoiler: Maester Lomys -- knifed by Mace.]]



** [[spoiler: Greatjon Umber beats seven shades out of his son when he learns he dumped his oaths to the Starks to follow the Boltons.]]

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** [[spoiler: Greatjon Umber beats seven shades out of to Smalljon Umber, breaking his son jaw and nearly killing him, when he the former learns he the latter had dumped his oaths to the Starks to follow the Boltons.]]


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** Edmure Tully's personality change post-Remembering comes across as this to Patrek Mallister (who ''doesn't'' Remember), especially when he nearly has his archers loose their arrows on Stevron Frey when the latter calls for parley.


** Commentators started referring to the rock that Edmure used to killed Black Walder as the "Tully Rock of Doom". Many chapters later, Tyrion notes that people in-universe have started calling it that as well.
** Furthermore, one of the AH.com commentators actually went so far as to write a song about the Rock of Doom, which was later incorporated into the story.

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** Commentators started referring to One commentator on AH.com dubbed the rock that Edmure used to killed Black Walder as the "Tully "the Tully Rock of Doom". Many chapters later, Tyrion notes that people in-universe have started calling it that as well.
** Furthermore, one of the ''that same AH.com commentators actually commentator'' later went so far as to write ''write a song about the Rock of Doom, Doom'' (after a song title was mentioned in Chapter 37), which was later incorporated into the story.


* AscendedFanon: Commentators started referring to the rock that Edmure used to killed Black Walder as the "Tully Rock of Doom". Many chapters later, Tyrion notes that people in-universe have started calling it that as well.

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* AscendedFanon: AscendedFanon:
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Commentators started referring to the rock that Edmure used to killed Black Walder as the "Tully Rock of Doom". Many chapters later, Tyrion notes that people in-universe have started calling it that as well.well.
** Furthermore, one of the AH.com commentators actually went so far as to write a song about the Rock of Doom, which was later incorporated into the story.



* NoJustNoReaction: Bronn, when Tyrion jokingly offers to make him the new lord of Castamere.

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* NoJustNoReaction: NoJustNoReaction:
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Bronn, when Tyrion jokingly offers to make him the new lord of Castamere.Castamere.
** Part of Tomard's miniature mental breakdown when he learns that Arya (who he still thinks of as "little Arya Underfoot") grew up to become a Faceless Man.


* UndyingLoyalty: [[spoiler:It was fear of this trope that led Old Nan to abandon her first love, even though she was really in fully reciprocated love, her beloved could have easily given her and their family a bright future and even nobility, and in fact he would have insisted in marrying her once he knew she was with child. As she confesses to Arya, her husband wasn't the father of her first child - it was ''Ser Duncan the Tall'', making him Hodor's great-grandfather.]]

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* UndyingLoyalty: [[spoiler:It was fear of this trope in relation to Winterfell and the Starks that led Old Nan to abandon her first love, even though she was really in fully reciprocated love, her beloved could have easily given her and their family a bright future and even nobility, and in fact he would have insisted in marrying her once he knew she was with child. As she confesses to Arya, her husband wasn't the father of her first child - it was ''Ser Duncan the Tall'', making him Hodor's great-grandfather.]]


* NauseaFuel: InUniverse, Arya giving Tomard a blueberry pie is this to the Manderly and Reed bannermen. Tomard, not knowing of the Frey Pies because he died before it happened, does not understand why they start ''turning green, gagging, and retching'' over Arya giving him a seemingly innocuous blueberry pie.

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* NauseaFuel: InUniverse, Arya giving Tomard a blueberry pie is this to the Manderly and Reed bannermen. Tomard, not knowing of the Frey Pies because he died before it happened, doesn't Remember, does not understand why they start ''turning green, gagging, and retching'' over Arya giving him a seemingly innocuous blueberry pie.


* UndyingLoyalty: [[spoiler:It was fear of this trope that led Old Nan to abandon her first love, even though she was really in fully reciprocated love, her beloved could have easily given her and their family a bright future and even nobility, and in fact he would have insisted in marrying her once he knew she was with child. As she confesses to Arya, her husband wasn't the father of her first child - it was ''Ser Duncan the Tall'', making him Hodor's great-grandfather.]]



* YouCantGoHomeAgain: [[spoiler:It was fear of this trope that led Old Nan to abandon her first love, even though she was really in fully reciprocated love, her beloved could have easily given her and their family a bright future and even nobility, and in fact he would have insisted in marrying her once he knew she was with child. As she confesses to Arya, her husband wasn't the father of her first child - it was ''Ser Duncan the Tall'', making him Hodor's great-grandfather.]]

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