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    Joseph Daniel Turner Mawle (born 21 March ) is an English actor. Mawle is best known for his roles as Benjen Stark in Game of Thrones, Detective Inspector Jedediah Shine in Ripper Street, Firebrace in Birdsong, Jesus Christ in The Passion and Odysseus in Troy: Fall of a City. Mawle was born in Oxford. The youngest brother of Ned Stark, Benjen also had an older brother in Brandon and a sister in Lyanna. He joined the Night’s Watch and became First Ranger, which is why Jon Snow originally thought. Benjen Stark is the youngest child and third son of Lord Rickard Stark, the head of House Stark and Lord Paramount of the North. The North is one of the constituent regions of the Seven Kingdoms and House Stark is one of the Great Houses of the realm. Benjen Stark is Ned Stark's younger brother and a First Ranger in the Night's Watch. He appears briefly at the start of A Game of Thrones, first in Winterfell and then later on the Wall at Castle Black, where he travels with his bastard nephew Jon Snow. was the younger brother of Eddard Stark. He was the First Ranger of The Night's Watch and was a big factor in Jon Snow 's decision to join the order, although Benjen did warn Jon of the life he was.

    He serves as the third-person narrator of twenty-one chapters throughout A Game of Thrones , A Clash of Kings , A Storm of Swords , and A Dance with Dragons.

    In A Game of Thrones , he sees Queen Cersei and her brother Jaime Lannister committing incest , and Jaime pushes Bran from the window to keep the relationship secret.

    Bran survives, but loses the use of his legs. While comatose, Bran dreams of a three-eyed raven. Slowly, he develops the ability to assume his wolf Summer's consciousness, making him a warg or skinchanger.

    After his older brother Robb is crowned King in the North , Bran becomes Robb's heir and the acting Lord of Winterfell. In A Clash of Kings , Jojen Reed teaches Bran how to correctly use his telepathy , and directs him beyond the Wall.

    In A Dance with Dragons , Bran meets the Three-Eyed-Raven: an alias of the last trained clairvoyant.

    In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Isaac Hempstead Wright. Rickon Stark is Ned Stark 's youngest child and is three years old in A Game of Thrones.

    After Winterfell is sacked, he and the wildling woman Osha travel through the North. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Art Parkinson.

    Jon Snow was raised as Ned Stark 's illegitimate son and serves as the point of view character in 42 chapters throughout A Game of Thrones , A Clash of Kings , A Storm of Swords , and A Dance with Dragons.

    He shares the Stark family values of honour, and tries to stay morally correct and honest, even when forced to act otherwise.

    He is theorized to be the son of Lyanna Stark, Ned Stark's sister, and Rhaegar Targaryen. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Kit Harington.

    Benjen Stark is Ned Stark 's younger brother and a First Ranger in the Night's Watch. He appears briefly at the start of A Game of Thrones , first in Winterfell and then later on the Wall at Castle Black, where he travels with his bastard nephew Jon Snow.

    Benjen is sent on a mission into the lands beyond the Wall to search for a missing ranging party, but he and his men also disappear.

    The bodies of two of his men are later found and brought back to Castle Black; they reanimate as undead wights and kill several men before they are destroyed, but no trace of Benjen has yet been found.

    In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Joseph Mawle. Lyanna Stark was Eddard Stark 's younger and only sister, [4] and has been deceased for 14 years at the beginning of A Game of Thrones , but is mentioned in every published book in the series.

    She died at the young age of 16, was said to have been beautiful by all who knew her as "a child-woman of surpassing loveliness", [5] headstrong and "had a touch of" the fabled Starks' "wolf blood", and was one of the best horse-riders in the North.

    She was betrothed to Robert Baratheon , who was deeply in love with her, [5] although she was unimpressed by Robert's reputation for infidelity. Her life's tales are mainly told through the words of Eddard Stark and Meera Reed via Bran Stark 's viewpoint chapter , with some passing commentaries from other people such as Barristan Selmy , Cersei Lannister , Roose Bolton , and Kevan Lannister.

    During the Tourney at Harrenhal, the greatest tourney in Westerosi history, Lyanna was chosen by the eventual jousting champion, Crown Prince Rhaegar Targaryen , as the tourney's "Queen of Love and Beauty".

    Because Rhaegar was already married, and Lyanna was a maiden betrothed to Robert Baratheon, Rhaegar wooing's of Lyanna was considered an outrageous scandal at the time.

    One year later, she was said to have been abducted and raped by Rhaegar, triggering a civil war that resulted in the overthrow of House Targaryen.

    At the end of the war, Eddard and six of his companions ventured to the Tower of Joy within Dorne , where Lyanna was located and guarded by three of the most prominent Kingsguard knights — the "Sword of the Morning" Ser Arthur Dayne, Ser Oswell Whent, and the "White Bull" Ser Gerold Hightower lord commander of the Kingsguard.

    After a fierce skirmish that killed everyone except Eddard and his close friend Howland Reed , Eddard entered the tower and found Lyanna dying in a bed of blood.

    Before she died, she asked her brother Eddard to make a promise, something that Eddard regarded as a price he paid that haunted him days and nights for 14 years.

    Eddard later takes her body home, to be entombed in Winterfell's crypt, and installs a stone statue in her likeness in front of her sarcophagus.

    When he returns, he also brings back a newborn boy named Jon Snow , whom he claims is his own bastard by a woman named Wylla. Although Jon Arryn persuaded Robert to marry Cersei Lannister , Robert greatly mourns Lyanna for over a decade, causing great strain in his marriage with Cersei.

    In the HBO television adaptation , Lyanna is portrayed by Cordelia Hill in childhood and Aisling Franciosi during her late teens.

    Jeyne Westerling is the older daughter of Lord Gawen Westerling of the Crag, a Westerlands bannerman of House Lannister.

    She meets Robb Stark when he is wounded, and falls in love with him during his convalescence. He marries her the next day to preserve her honour, in doing so breaking a marriage contract with House Frey.

    After Robb's departure for the Twins, Jeyne remains in Riverrun and does not witness the massacre. After the Red Wedding, she is granted a royal pardon.

    In A Feast for Crows , she is openly mourning and last appears riding to Casterly Rock as a political prisoner.

    During the San Diego Comic Con , George R. Martin stated that Jeyne Westerling will appear in the prologue of the sixth book, The Winds of Winter , but did not reveal whether she would be the prologue POV character.

    In the television adaptation, the character was adapted into Talisa Maegyr , a highborn healer from Volantis who falls in love with Robb.

    The two marry and she becomes pregnant with his child; unlike in the books, she is present at the Red Wedding and is killed alongside Robb.

    She is played by Oona Chaplin. Lord Roose Bolton is a significant vassal of Lord Eddard Stark. His seat is the Dreadfort and his sigil is a flayed human, a homage to the ancient Bolton tradition of flaying enemies.

    He is nicknamed "the Leech Lord" for regular leechings meant to improve his health. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Michael McElhatton.

    Ramsay Snow is the bastard son of Lord Roose Bolton , later legitimized as Ramsay Bolton. He is known as the Bastard of Bolton or the Bastard of the Dreadfort.

    Ramsay is vicious, ruthless, psychopathic, sadistic, opportunistic, unpredictable, and fearless. He takes great pleasure and pride in torturing others and enthusiastically practices the Bolton custom of flaying their enemies.

    Roose suspects that Ramsay murdered Roose's legitimate heir and expects that Ramsay will kill all of Roose's future children. He is described as ugly, with blotchy skin and dry, dark hair.

    In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Iwan Rheon. Rickard Karstark is the Lord of Karhold and one of the main Stark vassals.

    During the Battle of the Whispering Wood Jaime Lannister kills two of his sons, who were guarding Robb Stark. Rickard's surviving son Harrion Karstark is later killed by the Lannisters.

    When Catelyn helps Jaime escape in an attempt to recover her daughters, Rickard murders two of Jaime's cousins and has his army desert Robb to search the Riverlands for Jaime, offering his daughter Alys Karstark to whoever brings him the Kingslayer.

    Due to this Robb executes Rickard personally. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by John Stahl.

    Alys Karstark is the only daughter and youngest child of Lord Rickard Karstark. She is betrothed to Daryn Hornwood, heir to the Hornwood, but Jaime Lannister kills him alongside two of her brothers.

    Her father offers her to whomever captures Jaime Lannister, so the sadistic sellsword Vargo Hoat captures Jaime in the hope of becoming Lord of Karhold.

    However, after Rickard's death his uncle Arnolf Karstark plots to take control of Karhold. He declares for Stannis when he comes North in the hope this will mean the Lannisters execute his great-nephew Harrion Karstark, so Karhold will pass to Alys, whom Arnolf intends to force into marriage with his son Cregan Karstark.

    Arnolf also intends to betray Stannis when the Boltons attack. However, Alys pursued by Cregan flees to the Wall seeking Jon Snow's help and reveals her uncles' plans.

    To protect her Jon imprisons Cregan and arranges for Alys to marry the Wildling leader Sigorn, Magnar of Thenn, in a ceremony performed by Melisandre, which will aid Wildling integration into the North.

    If Harrion dies childless, Karhold will pass to the newly formed House Thenn. In the HBO television adaptation, she is portrayed by Megan Parkinson.

    Wyman Manderly is the Lord of White Harbor, the only city in the North, and the wealthiest of the Stark vassals. He is an enormously fat man, with two sons, Ser Wylis and Ser Wendel Manderly.

    During the War of the Five Kings the Manderlys and Boltons begin a private war over the Hornwood lands after Ramsay kidnaps the widowed Lady Donella Hornwood, Wyman's cousin, forces her to marry him and then starves her to death.

    Wyman's heir Wylis is captured when Roose Bolton treacherously sends a large Northern force to be wiped out by Randyll Tarly.

    Wyman's younger son Wendel is murdered at the Red Wedding by the Freys. Due to his heir being held captive Wyman cannot openly defy the Lannisters.

    Three Freys come to his city with Wendel's bones and a peace is apparently made, in which Wyman's granddaughters Wynafryd and Wylla will marry one of these Freys, Rhaegar Frey, and another of Walder Frey's grandsons, "Little" Walder Frey.

    When Davos Seaworth arrives in White Harbor to treat with Wyman to support Stannis, Davos denounces the Freys present for their treachery.

    Wyman apparently has him executed but secretly executes a criminal in his place, leading to Cersei returning his heir.

    Wyman reveals to Davos he knows where Rickon Stark is hiding and will support Stannis if Davos returns him.

    Wyman is implied to have murdered the White Harbor Freys when their stay was over thus keeping to guest right , then put them in pies which he serves to the Freys and Boltons when he attends Ramsay's wedding, even eating some himself.

    The Freys suspect him of murdering their kin, and when Little Walder is murdered possibly by his cousin Big Walder Frey their uncle Hosteen Frey attacks Wyman and cuts him in the neck.

    It is unclear if he survives. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Sean Blowers. Although his real name is Walder, [6] he is commonly called "Hodor" because that is the only word he is capable of saying.

    He is over seven feet tall, and hinted to possibly have giant ancestry. He has a friendly, childlike disposition and possesses great physical strength, though he is too tamed and gentle to use it against others.

    After Bran Stark is crippled in A Game of Thrones , Hodor is tasked to carry him around in a sling on his back. When Winterfell is sacked and burnt, Hodor escapes north with Bran, Jojen, Meera, Rickon and Osha.

    In the HBO television adaptation in which Hodor's real name has been changed to Wylis, ostensibly to avoid confusion with another character, Walder Frey , he is portrayed by Kristian Nairn as an adult and Sam Coleman as a child.

    When she and her fellow refugees try to kidnap Bran Stark in A Game of Thrones , she is captured by Robb Stark and taken back to Winterfell and eventually employed as a scullery maid and is given limited freedom for her good behavior.

    She joins Bran and Rickon hiding in Winterfell's crypt after faking escape. In the HBO television adaptation, Osha is portrayed by Natalia Tena.

    Jeyne Poole is the daughter of Vayon Poole, the steward of Winterfell , and Sansa Stark 's best friend. Jeyne reappears in A Dance with Dragons , having survived the massacre but being sent to Petyr Baelish 's brothels.

    The Lannisters use her as a stand-in for Sansa's younger sister Arya and send her north to marry Ramsay Bolton at Winterfell. Theon Greyjoy recognizes that she is a fake, and that the Boltons are aware of the ruse.

    Jon Snow , Arya's half-brother, believes Jeyne to be the real Arya and sends Mance Rayder to rescue her. In the first season of the television adaptation, an unidentified extra appeared briefly as Jeyne in the pilot episode.

    In season five, her storyline was partially blended into Sansa Stark's. Jojen and Meera are the children of Howland Reed, the Lord of Greywater Watch and a loyal Stark bannerman.

    They first appear in A Clash of Kings , when their father sends them in his place, to attend the harvest festival and renew House Reed's pledge to House Stark and support the children of the late Eddard Stark.

    They become fast friends with Bran Stark and his baby brother, Rickon , and are shown solely from Bran's point of view.

    The older sister, Meera, is sixteen years old when introduced in A Clash of Kings. As is typical of crannogmen, Meera is short, slim, and flat-chested with long brown hair and green eyes, and is described as having a cheerful disposition.

    She is intensely loyal and protective of her "prince" as well as of her own brother, with Bran commenting that the only one who ever angers or upsets her is her brother, Jojen.

    Though she is never described as being particularly beautiful, both Theon Greyjoy and Bran Stark seem to consider her attractive. She is a skilled huntress and fights with a small fishing net and a three-pronged frog spear similar in style to a retiarius ; she is able to defeat Bran's direwolf , Summer, in mock combat by entangling the direwolf in her net.

    The legacy of Bran's late aunt Lyanna Stark is also largely narrated through her storytelling. The younger brother, Jojen, is thirteen when he first appears, but his sullen seriousness and maturity make him seem older.

    He is short and slim with unusually deep green eyes, and he wears green-colored clothing. He claims to have "greensight" and the power of prophetic "green dreams", from which he knows various arcane facts, including the day of his death.

    In Winterfell, Jojen recognizes Bran Stark as a skinchanger who is able to enter the mind of an animal and control it, and he mentors Bran to help him gain control of his abilities.

    When Theon Greyjoy captures Winterfell, Jojen and Meera hide with Bran and Rickon in Winterfell's crypt after feigning escape, and they join Bran in his journey north in search of the three-eyed raven after Ramsay Snow sacks and burns Winterfell.

    At the end of A Storm of Swords , they travel beyond the Wall and Jojen becomes very weak. In A Dance with Dragons , Meera struggles to keep the group's spirits up but implies that Jojen's future is bleak.

    In the HBO television adaptation, Jojen and Meera Reed are portrayed by English actors Thomas Sangster and Ellie Kendrick respectively.

    House Targaryen was the ruling house of the Seven Kingdoms for nearly years, holding royal court in King's Landing. Its coat of arms shows a red, three-headed dragon breathing fire on a black field, and its words are Fire and Blood.

    The Targaryens originally came from Valyria on the continent of Essos. Before Valyria was destroyed, the Targaryens left for Dragonstone. A century after the Valyrian "Doom", Aegon I Targaryen conquered six of the Seven Kingdoms with his dragons, and his descendants won the seventh through a political marriage.

    The Targaryen dragons were the last known to exist and died out long before the events of A Game of Thrones. People of Targaryen ancestry, referred to as "blood of the dragon", tend to have silvery-gold or platinum hair and purple eyes ranging from lilac to violet.

    Fifteen years before the events of the series, the Targaryens were deposed in Robert's Rebellion, with the children Viserys and Daenerys fleeing to Essos.

    Aegon Targaryen, nicknamed "Egg" in his youth, is one of the two main characters in the Tales of Dunk and Egg novellas.

    As a child, his father Prince Maekar reluctantly permitted him to serve as squire to the knight errant Ser Duncan the Tall, in the hopes that the lessons learned through humble service and hard experience would help him avoid the excesses and shortcomings of his royal brothers.

    He was later crowned as King Aegon V when a Great Council bypassed those before him in the line of succession and his older brother Aemon chose to abdicate by joining the Night's Watch.

    He was called "Aegon the Unlikely" because as the fourth son of a fourth son, he was placed very low down the line of succession and therefore considered unlikely to inherit the Iron Throne.

    Aegon V's reign lasted more than twenty-five years, during which he tried to push policies more favorable to the interests of common people, and frequently clashed with noble lords as a result.

    He later perished in the 'Tragedy of Summerhall', a huge fire at the Targaryen summer palace, along with his son Prince Duncan and close friend Ser Duncan the Tall.

    After he died, his son Jaehaerys inherited the throne. When Jaehaerys died three years later, the Iron Throne was passed to his son Aerys.

    In the television adaptation Game of Thrones , Aegon is the father of Aerys the Mad King, rather than his grandfather.

    Aerys Targaryen the Second, also called The Mad King, is the last Targaryen king to rule the Seven Kingdoms. While his rule started out well, he slowly descended into madness.

    He was married to his sister Rhaella, who bore him eight children, but only three survived into adulthood: sons Rhaegar and Viserys , and daughter Daenerys , who was not yet born when the Targaryen dynasty fell.

    After Rhaegar absconded with Lyanna Stark , Aerys had Ned Stark's father and brother executed, beginning Robert's Rebellion.

    When Aerys planned to burn King's Landing rather than let Robert rule, he was assassinated by a member of his own Kingsguard, Jaime Lannister. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by David Rintoul.

    Rhaegar Targaryen, the 'Last Dragon', was the eldest son of King Aerys II and the heir apparent to the Iron Throne , and the older brother to Viserys and Daenerys Targaryen.

    He died 14 years before the events of A Game of Thrones , and his life's tales are mainly narrated through the words of Jaime Lannister , Cersei Lannister , Barristan Selmy and Daenerys via visions of sorcery , as well as commentaries by Eddard Stark , Aemon Targaryen , Jorah Mormont , Meera Reed , Jon Connington and Gilly.

    Rhaegar married the Dornish princess Elia Martell of Sunspear, and fathered with her a daughter named Rhaenys and son named Aegon Aegon VI. After winning the Tourney at Harrenhal, the greatest tourney in Westerosi history, he surprised everyone by passing over his wife Elia and crowning Lyanna Stark as the tourney's "Queen of Love and Beauty".

    One year later, he and Lyanna both disappeared, with rumors that he abducted and raped Lyanna. Enraged, Lyanna's oldest brother Brandon went to King's Landing to confront Rhaegar, which resulted in both him and his father Lord Rickard being brutally executed by King Aerys.

    Lyanna's other older brother Eddard , her betrothed Robert Baratheon , their foster father Jon Arryn and Brandon's father-in-law -to-be Hoster Tully then started a rebellion against Aerys, with Robert personally killing Rhaegar in single combat at the Battle of the Trident, and ultimately overthrowing House Targaryen.

    Though Robert continues to vilify Rhaegar throughout A Game of Thrones , many other characters express admiration for him. Daenerys's stillborn son Rhaego and her dragon Rhaegal are named after Rhaegar.

    In the HBO television adaption, he is portrayed by Wilf Scolding. Appearing in flashbacks, he is depicted as Jon Snow's biological father.

    Viserys Targaryen is the second-born son of Aerys II Targaryen. He is widely nicknamed the "Beggar King" across both Essos and Westeros. Travelling with the horde until he gets his "golden crown", Viserys grows restless and impatient with Drogo's refusal to march towards the Seven Kingdoms.

    He also loses influence over Daenerys, who gradually stands up to his abusive behavior. Having finally angered Drogo, he naively agrees to his offer of a "golden crown all men will fear" and is killed when the Khal pours molten gold over this head.

    In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Harry Lloyd. Daenerys Targaryen, referred to sometimes as 'Daenerys Stormborn', 'Khaleesi', the 'Mother of Dragons', is the daughter and youngest child of King Aerys II Targaryen and is one of the last surviving members of House Targaryen.

    In the HBO television adaptation , she is portrayed by Emilia Clarke. Aegon Targaryen is the only known son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Elia Martell.

    Fifteen years before the events of the series, the infant Aegon was reported to have been killed along with his mother and sister by Gregor Clegane.

    In A Dance with Dragons , Varys claims to have switched Aegon with another, lowborn infant known as the "Pisswater prince" and smuggled Aegon out of King's Landing prior to the capital's fall.

    During his exile in Essos, Tyrion Lannister under the alias Hugor Hill meets Young Griff, a well-trained teenage boy endorsed by Varys's associate Illyrio Mopatis, who claims to be the surviving Aegon and is under the guardianship of Rhaegar's close friend Jon Connington under alias of Griff.

    He is to be used by Varys and Illyrio as a puppet king. Young Griff intends to travel to Slaver's Bay to visit Daenerys Targaryen and propose marriages, but Tyrion provokes him during a cyvasse game and convinces him to abandon the proposal and independently attack Westeros.

    Revealing himself Aegon, Griff persuades the Golden Company into supporting his invasion, landing his army in the Stormlands and capture several castles, and plans to lay siege to the Baratheon seat of Storm's End.

    In the upcoming sixth book, The Winds of Winter , according to news received by Arianne Martell , Aegon's forces have successfully captured Storm's End.

    Many fans believe that Young Griff is not actually Aegon, but rather a Blackfyre or Illyrio's illegitimate son or just a boy of the right age.

    Brynden Rivers, better known as "Lord Bloodraven", is a legitimized bastard son of King Aegon IV Targaryen called Aegon the Unworthy and Melissa Blackwood.

    He is one of only three characters the others being Aemon Targaryen and Walder Frey to have appeared in both the A Song of Ice and Fire novels and the Tales of Dunk and Egg novellas.

    He is an albino , with white skin, long white hair, and red eyes. He has a red birthmark on his left cheek, said to be in the shape of a raven , and thus the source of his nickname "Bloodraven".

    Bloodraven remained loyal to his half-brother King Daeron II Targaryen called Daeron the Good throughout the Blackfyre Rebellions against another of Aegon's legitimized bastards, Daemon Blackfyre, and their descendants, but was later thrown in prison by his great-nephew King Aegon V Targaryen called Aegon the Unlikely for ordering the execution of Aenys Blackfyre despite promising safe passage.

    He was sent to the Wall as the punishment and later elected the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, and served in that capacity for many years before disappearing during a ranging beyond the Wall.

    In A Dance with Dragons , Bloodraven is shown to have become the last greenseer and is fused to the root of a weirwood tree. He begins training Bran Stark in clairvoyance.

    In the HBO television adaptation, the character is only known as "The Three-eyed Raven", and his backstory regarding the Targaryens and the Night Watch is never mentioned.

    He was briefly portrayed by Struan Rodger in the fourth season finale " The Children ", and more extensively by Max von Sydow in the sixth season.

    In a interview, Isaac Hempstead Wright who portrays Bran hinted that in the television series the Three-Eyed Raven had been "sitting in a cave looking through time" for "thousands of years".

    Maekar is a character in The Tales of Dunk and Egg. He is the fourth and youngest son of Daeron II Targaryen.

    Maekar married Dyanna Dayne and had six children, four sons, Daeron, Aerion, Aemon and Aegon, and two daughters.

    He was made Prince of Summerhall, a summer castle built in the Stormlands by his father. Maekar is resentful that his achievements are often overlooked, especially in favor of his eldest brother Baelor "Breakspear".

    He was angry when his father Daeron ordered that his third son Aemon be sent to the Citadel. At the Tourney at Ashford, Maekar sends his other three sons, and is angered when Dunk attacks the cruel Aerion to defend Tanselle, a Puppeteer.

    When Aerion asks for a Trial by Seven, Maekar takes his son's side, however, Baelor takes Dunk's side. In the fight, Dunk forces Aerion to withdraw his accusation, but Maekar while trying to reach his son is stopped by Baelor and accidentally strikes him a blow to the head that kills him.

    He allows Dunk to take Aegon as his squire when Dunk points out how Daeron and Aerion turned out. Maekar would eventually become King but died 12 years later at the Peake Uprising, when a stone thrown from the Peake's castle Starpike crushed his head.

    House Blackfyre is a semi-extinct cadet house of House Targaryen. Their sigil is a three-headed black dragon on a red field, the reverse of House Targaryen.

    House Blackfyre was founded when Aegon IV "the Unworthy" reigned AL — legitimized all his bastard children on his deathbed. Aegon gave "Blackfyre", the sword of the first Targaryen king, to his bastard Daemon, seeming to signify his favour for Daemon over the heir apparent: his true-born son Daeron.

    When Aegon IV died, Daemon I Blackfyre contested Daeron II Targaryen's right to the Iron Throne. This challenge set off conflicts between AL — where a series of Blackfyre pretenders vied for the Iron Throne.

    Lord Jon Connington is the exiled Lord of Griffin's Roost and was a close friend of Rhaegar Targaryen. Jon serves as a third-person narrator for two chapters in A Dance with Dragons.

    Fifteen years before the events of the series, King Aerys II made Jon his Hand of the King. However, Jon also failed to contain the rebellion.

    Aerys stripped him of his lands and titles, giving them to Jon's cousin Ronald Connington, and exiled him.

    Biding his time in Essos, he raises Young Griff , supposedly Rhaegar's son Aegon. Jon and Aegon eventually decide to attack Westeros while it is embroiled in civil war.

    During the return trip, Connington contracts Greyscale Plague when saving Tyrion. The group lands in the Stormlands and captures several castles, including Griffin's Roost.

    Aegon plans to lead the attack on Storm's End , the next target. Ser Jorah Mormont is the exiled Lord of Bear Island in the North , which he inherited after his father Jeor Mormont joined the Night's Watch.

    His wife's lavish lifestyle led to debts, which led Jorah to engage in selling slaves. Escaping justice, he fled to Essos and eventually joined the service of Daenerys Targaryen , becoming one of her chief advisors.

    In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Iain Glen. Missandei is a slave interpreter for Kraznys mo Nakloz when Daenerys Targaryen comes to inspect the Unsullied in Astapor.

    After Daenerys strikes a bargain with the Good Masters of Astapor concerning payment for the Unsullied, Kraznys gives Missandei to Daenerys as an interpreter to give them commands.

    Afterwards, she becomes a trusted confidante and handmaiden to Daenerys. In the HBO television adaptation, she is portrayed by Nathalie Emmanuel. Daario Naharis is a leader in the Stormcrows mercenary company.

    Daario is won over by Daenerys and brings the Stormcrows over to her side. He becomes romantically involved with her, eventually becoming one of her advisors.

    In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Ed Skrein in season three , and by Michiel Huisman from season four to season six.

    Grey Worm, "Torgo Nudho" in High Valyrian , is an Unsullied purchased by and sworn to Daenerys Targaryen. He is the commander of Daenerys's Unsullied and one of her trusted advisors.

    After Daenerys flees Mereen, Grey Worm becomes a member of the ruling council of the city. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Jacob Anderson.

    House Lannister is one of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms and the principal house of the Westerlands. Its seat is at Casterly Rock and they are also given the title Wardens of the West.

    Its coat of arms displays a golden lion rampant on a crimson field, and its words are "Hear Me Roar! The Lannisters ruled as Kings of the Rock until House Targaryen invaded Westeros.

    They are the richest family in the Seven Kingdoms because of the gold mines located in their lands. Tywin Lannister is Lord of Casterly Rock , Shield of Lannisport , and Warden of the West.

    He is a calculating, ruthless, and controlling man. In his youth, he witnessed his father grow old and weak. Eventually several nobles revolted against Lannister rule.

    Heather Y Wheeler. Game of Thrones — Benjen Stark. Last accessed February 5th, Benjen Stark was born the youngest child of Rickard and Lyarra Stark.

    He had two older brothers, Brandon and Eddard and an older sister, Lyanna. Our wife is duty. Our mistress is honor. Benjen Stark was a Sworn Brother.

    Jon would be a son to him, the child he would never have. My uncle is not dead. Do you hear me? My uncle is not dead! There's not a man on the Wall knows the haunted forest better than Benjen Stark.

    He'll find his way back. His blood ran black. Made him my brother as much as yours. I've not seen Benjen Stark for three years.

    And if truth be told, I never once missed him. Navigation menu Toggle navigation A Wiki of Ice and Fire. Jump to: navigation , search. For other uses, see Benjen Stark disambiguation.

    Jon : I don't care about that! Benjen : You might, if you knew what it meant. If you knew what the oath would cost you, you might be less eager to pay the price, son.

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