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Abelar Hightower, challenger at the Ashford Tourney.
Addam, a knight.
Addam Marbrand, a knight in the service of House Lannister. Heir to Ashemark.
Addam Osgrey, son of Eustace Osgrey, slain on the Redgrass Field during the Blackfyre Rebellion.
Addison Hill, a former member of the Kingsguard.
Aegon Blackfyre, son of Daemon Blackfyre, killed at the Redgrass Field during the Blackfyre Rebellion.
Aegon Frey, called Jinglebell. A halfwit fool at the Twins, killed by Catelyn Stark.
Aegon Frey, called Bloodborn. Eldest son of Ser Aenys Frey. Outlaw of the Riverlands.
Aegon II Targaryen, killed in the Dance of the Dragons.
Aegon III Targaryen, called the Dragonslayer and Dragonsbane.
Aegon IV Targaryen, called the Unworthy.
Aegon V Targaryen, called Egg and the Unlikely.
Aegon Targaryen, infant son of Rhaegar. Killed during the Sack of King's Landing.
Aegor Rivers, called "Bittersteel". A legitimized bastard of Aegon IV and rebel to the throne.
Aelinor Targaryen, queen to Aerys I.
Aemon Blackfyre, son of Daemon Blackfyre, killed at the Redgrass Field during the Blackfyre Rebellion.
Aemon Costayne, a singer.
Aemon Estermont, eldest son and heir to Lord Eldon Estermont, loyal to King Joffrey.
Aemon Rivers, son of "Bastard" Walder Rivers of house Frey.
Aemon Targaryen, called the Dragonknight and member of the Kingsguard.
Aemon Targaryen, a maester in the Night's Watch.
Aemond Targaryen, the brother of Aegon II.
Aenys Frey, a knight, third son of Lord Walder Frey.
Aenys I Targaryen, Aegon the Conqueror's son.
Aerion Targaryen, called Brightflame.
Aeron Greyjoy, called Damphair, eighth son of Lord Quellon Greyjoy, and a priest of the Drowned God.
Aerys I Targaryen, second son of King Daeron II, succeeded by his younger brother Maekar.
Aerys II Targaryen, last Targaryen King, also known as "the Mad King".
Aethelmure, a Grand Maester of the Citadel, long dead.
Aggo, a member of Daenerys's khas, and later her bloodrider.
Aglantine, a septa.
Agrivane, an Archmaester.
Aladale Wynch, knight of the Night's Watch, dead at the Battle of the Skull Bridge.
Alannys Harlaw, wife of Balon Greyjoy.
Alayaya, daughter of Chataya and whore in her upscale King's Landing brothel.
Albar Royce, a knight and heir to the Gates of the Moon.
Albett, a new-member of the Night's Watch.
Alebelly, a Winterfell guard.
Alequo Adarys, known as "Goldentongue".
Alerie Hightower, daughter of Lord Leyton Hightower and wife to Lord Mace Tyrell. Mother of Willas, Garlan, Loras and Margaery Tyrell.
Alesander Frey, a singer who was sent away from the Twins before the Red Wedding because he was loyal to the Northmen.
Alesander Staedmon, Lord of Broad Arch, called the Pennylover.
Alesander Torrent, Lord of Littlesister.
Alester Florent, Lord of House Florent, Hand of the King to Stannis Baratheon.
Alfyn, called "Crowkiller," a wildling leader.
Alia of Braavos, a singer at King Joffrey's wedding.
Alla Tyrell, daughter of ser Leo Tyrell and far cousin to Margaery.
Allaquo, a mummer.
Allar Deem, a brutal captain of the King's Landing City Watch.
Allard Seaworth, second son of Ser Davos Seaworth.
Alliser Thorne, knight. Brother of The Night's Watch and master-at-arms of Castle Black.
Allyria Dayne, sister to Ser Arthur Dayne and to Ashara Dayne. Betrothed to Lord Beric Dondarrion.
Alyn, a Winterfell guard.
Alyn, known as Alyn of the Rosewood.
Alyn Ambrose, a squire, betrothed to Alla Tyrell.
Alyn Estermont, a knight, son of ser Aemon Estermont, loyal to King Joffrey.
Alyn Stackspear, a knight of the Westerlands.
Alyn Velaryon, known as the Oakenfist.
Alys Karstark, only daughter of Lord Rickard Karstark.
Alysane Mormont, the daughter of Lady Maege Mormont.
Alysanne Bracken, the daughter of Lord Jonos Bracken.
Alysanne Bulwer, lady of Blackcrown.
Alysanne Lefford, Lady of the Golden Tooth.
Alysanne of Tarth
Alys Frey, wife and cousin to Ser Jared Frey. She is long dead.
Alyssa Arryn, long-ago Lady of House Arryn, mythical namesake of the waterfall Alyssa's Tears.
Amerei Frey, known as "Gatehouse Ami".
Amory Lorch, a landed knight and vile bannerman of House Lannister.
Andar Royce, a knight and heir to Runestone.
Anders Yronwood, foster father of Prince Quentyn Martell. He is titled Warden of the Boneway and The Bloodroyal.
Andrew Estermont, a knight, son of Ser Lomas Estermont, loyal to King Stannis.
Andrey Charlton, a knight sworn to House Frey, killed by Lannisters.
Andrey Dalt, close companion of Arianne Martell and heir to Lemonwood.
Andrik, called "the Unsmiling". A powerful raider of the Iron Islands.
Andros Brax, Lord of Hornvale, killed during the Battle of the Camps.
Androw Ashford, a knight at the Tourney at Ashford, oldest son of Lord Ashford.
Anguy, called "the Archer". A skilled archer of the Brotherhood Without Banners.
Annara Farring, the seventh wife of Lord Walder Frey.
Antario Jast, a lord sworn to House Lannister, captured by Stark forces at the Battle of Oxcross.
Anya Waynwood, Lady of Ironoaks Castle, keeps Harold Hardyng as her ward.
Archibald Yronwood, a knight.
Ardrian Celtigar, Lord of Claw Isle.
Areo Hotah, Captain of the Guards of House Martell.
Argilac, called "the Arrogant". The last Storm King.
Argrave the Defiant
Arianne of Tarth
Arlan of Pennytree, a hedge knight, master of Dunk.
Arnell, a knight of the Night's Watch; his mother was a Fossoway.
Aron Santagar, master-at-arms of the Red Keep.
Arrec, the Storm King who lost the Riverlands to the ironborn led by Harwyn Hoare.
Arron, a Night's Watch recruit.
Arron Qorgyle, a knight, second son of Lord Quentin Qorgyle and companion of Prince Oberyn Martell at King's Landing.
Artys Arryn, the Winged Knight.
Arryk, a famous member of the Kingsguard who slew and was slain by his brother Erryk during the Dance of the Dragons.
Arryk, called either "Left" or "Right". One of Olenna Redwyne's bodyguards.
Arthor Karstark, the second son of Arnolf Karstark.
Arthur Ambrose, Lord of Ambrose and sworn to House Tarly.
Arthur Dayne, called "Sword of the Morning". A hero of the Kingsguard. Slain at the Tower of Joy.
Arwyn Frey, first daughter of Lady Annara Farring and Lord Walder Frey.
Arwyn Oakheart, Lady of Old Oak.
Arys Oakheart, member of the Kingsguard and younger son of Lady Arwyn Oakheart.
Asha Greyjoy, daughter of Lord Balon Greyjoy.
Ashara Dayne, sister to Ser Arthur Dayne. Some say she is the real mother of Jon Snow.
Lord Ashford, arranged the Ashford tourney.
Assadora of Ibben, a prostitute working in Braavos.
Aubrey Ambrose, supporter of Daemon Blackfyre.
Aurane Waters, called "The Bastard of Driftmark". A sellsail that was promoted to Master of Ships for the kingdom.
Bael, called "Bael the Bard".
Baelor Hightower, called "Brightsmile", heir to Lord Leyton.
Baelor I Targaryen, called "Baelor the Blessed" or "Baelor the Beloved".
Baelor Targaryen, called "Breakspear". Present at the Ashford tourney.
Ballabar, maester of the Arbor.
Balon Botley, eldest son of Lord Germund Botley.
Balon Greyjoy, Lord Reaver of Pyke.
Balon Swann, a very skilled knight, younger son of Lord Gulian Swann.
Bannen, a skilled ranger of the Night's Watch.
Barbara Bracken, the daugther of Lord Jonos.
Barbrey Ryswell, Lady of Barrowton.
Barra, a bastard of King Robert I.
Barre, a septon.
Barristan Selmy, called "the Bold". Lord Commander of the Kingsguard under both Aerys II and Robert I.
Barth, a brewer who lives near Winterfell.
Becca, better known as Becca the Baker.
Bedwyck, called "Giant". A diminutive ranger of the Night's Watch.
Belandra, a servant.
Belis, a pyromancer.
Bella, claims to be a bastard of King Robert I.
Bellegere Otherys, the Black Pearl. Mistress to Aegon IV.
Bellegere Otherys, the current Black Pearl.
Bellonara Otherys, the mother of the current Black Pearl.
Belwas, called "Strong Belwas". A eunuch and former pit-fighter.
Ben, an orphan.
Ben, better known as Big Belly Ben.
Ben Blackthumb, old blacksmith of Harrenhal.
Benedar Belmore, the Lord of Strongsong.
Benedict Broom, master-at-arms at Casterly Rock.
Benfred Tallhart, eldest son of Ser Helman Tallhart.
Benfrey Frey, a knight, twentieth son of Lord Walder Frey and husband to Jyanna Frey, his cousin.
Benjen Stark, a man of the Night's Watch and First Ranger of Castle Black.
Benjen the Bitter, King in the North.
Benjen the Sweet, King in the North.
Bennard Brune, the Knight of Brownhollow.
Bennarion Botley, younger son of Lord Sawane Botley.
Bennet, a septon.
Bennis of the Brown Shield, hedge knight in the service of Eustace Osgrey.
Beqqo, a fishmonger in Braavos.
Beren Tallhart, second son of Leobald Tallhart.
Berena Hornwood, sister of Lord Halys Hornwood and wife to Leobald Tallhart.
Beric Dondarrion, Lord of Blackhaven.
Bernarr, known as Black Bernarr.
Bernarr, known as Brown Bernarr.
Bess Bracken, the daughter of Lord Jonos.
Bessa, a tavern wench.
Beth Cassel, daughter of Rodrik Cassel.
Bethany (Blushing Bethany)
Bethany Redwyne, wife to Lord Mathis Rowan.
Bethany Rosby, sixth wife to Lord Walder Frey.
Betharios of Braavos
Bharbo, the father of Khal Drogo.
Biter, a cannibal and prisoner in the black cells of King's Landing.
Blane, a member of the Night's Watch.
Bloodbeard, commander of the Company of the Cat.
Bluetooth, a longship captain.
Bonifer Hasty, called "the Good". The pious leader of the "Holy Hundred".
Boros Blount, a knight of the Kingsguard, known to be a coward.
Borroq, a skinchanger.
Bors, a servant.
Bowen Marsh, First Steward of the Night's Watch.
Boy, an orphan.
Brandon Norrey, the Norrey.
Brandon Stark, Eldest son of Lord Rickard Stark and older brother of Ned.
Brandon Stark, a former Lord of Winterfell.
Brandon Stark, son of Lord Eddard, simply called "Bran".
Bran the Builder, legendary figure who built The Wall.
Brandon the Bad, King in the North.
Brandon the Burner, a legendary King in the North.
Brandon the Daughterless.
Brandon the Shipwright, a legendary King in the North.
Branston Cuy, Lord of Sunflower Hall.
Brea, daughter of Brusco.
Briar, a skinchanger.
Bronn, a dangerous mercenary known to be exceptionally shrewd and agile.
Brusco, a Braavosi fishmonger.
Bryan Fossoway, a member of House Fossoway of Cider Hall, the Red Apple Fossoways.
Bryce Caron, Lord of Nightsong and of the Marches. Bryce the Orange of King Renly's Rainbow Guard.
Bryen Caron, long dead Lord of Nightsong and of the Marches, father to Lord Bryce Caron and to Ser Rolland Storm.
Bryen Farring, royal squire of King Stannis.
Brynden Rivers, Lord Bloodraven. Bastard son of Aegon IV.
Brynden Tully, called "the Blackfish", younger brother to Lord Hoster Tully.
Bump, a wildling child.
Burton Crakehall, a knight, younger brother to Lord Roland Crakehall.
Butterbumps, fat fool of the Tyrell household.
Byam Flint, a member of the Night's Watch.
Byren Flowers, called "Black Byren". Supporter of Daemon Blackfyre.
Byron, a hedge knight.
Calon, a Winterfell boy, Cayn's son.
Canker Jeyne, a dockside prostitute in Braavos.
Carellen Smallwood, daughter of Lord Theomar Smallwood.
Carrot, a mule-handler.
Cassana Estermont of House Estermont, wife to Lord Steffon Baratheon and mother of King Robert, Lord Stannis and Lord Renly.
Lord Caswell, Lord of Bitterbridge.
Castos, an Archmaester.
Catelyn Bracken, the daughter of Lord Jonos Bracken.
Catelyn Tully, a daughter of House Tully and wife to Eddard Stark.
Cayn, a Winterfell guard.
Cedra, a servant.
Cellador, a septon and brother of the Night's Watch.
Cerrick, maester at Coldmoat.
Cersei Frey, called "Little Bee", daughter of Ser Raymund Frey.
Cetheres, an Archmaester.
Chataya, mistress of an upscale brothel in King's Landing.
Chayle, septon of Winterfell.
Chella, a member of the Black Ears.
Chett, a steward of the Night's Watch.
Cheyk, the father of Chella.
Chiggen, a mercenary.
Chiswyck, a soldier under Ser Gregor Clegane's command.
Clarence Crabb, called "the Short".
Clayton Suggs, a knight.
Clement, a brother on the Quiet Isle.
Clement Piper, Lord of Pinkmaiden.
Cleon, a slave of Grazdan Mo Ullhor, also a butcher and cook.
Cleos Frey, a knight, eldest son of Ser Emmon Frey and cousin to Lannisters.
Cletus Yronwood, the son of Lord Anders Yronwood.
Cley Cerwyn, heir to Cerwyn.
Cleyton Caswell, suitor of Rohanne Webber.
Clifford Conklyn, claimant to Lady Webber's Leafy Lake.
Clydas, steward of the Night's Watch.
Cohollo, the oldest Khal Drogo's bloodrider.
Coldhands, a mysterious figure from beyond the Wall that can control ravens. This ability suggests he is a skinchanger.
Colemon, maester of the Eyrie.
Colen of Greenpools, a hedge knight at the service of Lord Renly Baratheon.
Colin Florent, brother to Alester Florent.
Conwy, a recruiter of the Night's Watch.
Coratt, the father of Conn.
Corliss Penny, a knight.
Cortnay Penrose, a knight and castellan of Storm's End.
Cossomo, a magician in Braavos.
Cotter Pyke, Lord Commander of Eastwatch-by-the-sea.
Courtenay Greenhill, a household knight.
Cragorn, a member of Euron Greyjoy's crew.
Craster, a brutal wildling friend of the Night's Watch.
Cregan Stark, a renowned warrior who once fought the Dragonknight.
Creighton Longbough, a hedge knight.
Creighton Redfort, the son of Lord Horton Redfort.
Cressen, old maester at Dragonstone.
Cuger, a new member of the Night's Watch.
Daario Naharis, the captain of the Stormcrows.
Dacey Mormont, a warrior and heiress of Bear Island.
Dacks, a squire.
Daella Targaryen, daughter of Maekar I.
Daemon Blackfyre, a Targaryen great-bastard legitimized, leader of the Blackfyre Rebellion.
Daemon II Blackfyre, third son of Daemon Blackfyre.
Daemon Sand, a knight, called "The Bastard of Godsgrace".
Daena Targaryen, sister and wife of Baelor I (marriage dissolved), mother of Daemon Blackfyre. She was called "the Defiant".
Daeron I Targaryen, called the "Young Dragon"
Daeron II Targaryen, called the Good.
Daeron Targaryen, eldest son of Maekar I. Also known as "the Drunk".
Daeron Vaith, Lord of the Red Dunes.
Daeryssa, Princess saved by Serwyn of the Mirror Shield.
Dafyn Vance, a knight of the Riverlands.
Dagmer, called "Dagmer Cleftjaw" and "the Cleftjaw". An infamous raider of the Ironmen.
Dagon, grandson of Erik Ironmaker.
Dagos Manwoody, Lord of Kingsgrave.
Dake, a sheep thief.
Dake, a guard.
Dalbridge, a veteran ranger of the Night's Watch.
Dale Seaworth, eldest son of Ser Davos Seaworth and his heir.
Dalla, a servant on Dragonstone.
Damon Paege, a knight.
Damon Shett, the Knight of Gull Tower.
Damon Vypren, a knight and heir to Lord Lucias Vypern.
Dan, called Hempen Dan. A wildling raider.
Dancy, a whore at Chataya's brothel.
Danos Slynt, son of Janos Slynt.
Danwell Frey, a knight, tenth son of Lord Walder Frey and husband to Lady Wynafrei Whent.
Dareon, an apprentice singer made to join the Night's Watch.
Daryn Hornwood, heir to Hornwood.
Daughter of the Dusk, a courtesan.
Daven Lannister, a valiant knight, son of Ser Stafford Lannister.
Davos Seaworth, the "Onion Knight". A landed knight loyal to King Stannis I, and master of Cape Wrath.
Del, a wildling raider.
Delp, a guard of Riverrun.
Dennet, a knight of the Brotherhood Without Banners.
Denys Arryn, "the Darling of the Vale", a knight, heir to his cousin Lord Jon Arryn.
Denys Mallister, an old and valorous knight, Lord Commander of the Shadow Tower.
Denys Redwyne, a squire.
Dermot of the Rainwood, a knight.
Desmond, a guard of Winterfell.
Desmond Grell, a knight and master-at-arms of Riverrun.
Devan Seaworth, a royal squire of King Stannis.
Deziel Dalt, the Knight of Lemonwood.
Dick, known as Beardless Dick, a sworn brother of the Night's Watch.
Dick, known as Fletcher Dick, the most skilled archer of the Brotherhood of the Kingswood.
Dickon Manwoody, second son of Lord Dagos Manwoody.
Dickon Tarly, son of Lord Randyll Tarly and heir of Horn Hill.
Dirk, a member of the Night's Watch.
Dolf son of Holger, Shagga's father.
Domeric Bolton, dead son of Lord Roose Bolton and heir.
Donal Noye, one-armed blacksmith of the Night's Watch at Castle Black, formerly of Storm's End.
Donella Manderly, Lady of Hornwood.
Donnel Haigh, knight of the Riverlands, at the service of House Frey.
Donnel Hill, called "Sweet Donnell Hill" of the Night's Watch.
Donnel Locke, a knight, heir of Oldcastle.
Donnel of Duskendale, a knight in Daeron II Targaryen's Kingsguard.
Donnel Waynwood, knight of the Bloody Gate and second son of Lady Anya Waynwood.
Dontos Hollard, called "the Red". A drunkard knight, the last of his House.
Donyse, a septa in King's Landing.
Doran Martell, Lord of Sunspear and Prince of Dorne.
Dorcas, a handmaiden of Cersei Lannister.
Dorea Sand, seventh of the Sand Snakes, illegitimate daughter of Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand.
Doreah, a handmaiden of Daenerys Targaryen and former pleasure slave.
Dormund, one of many Tormund Giantsbane's sons.
Drogo, an undefeated Dothraki khal.
Dryn, a son of Tormund Giants-bane.
Dunaver, a knight at Harrenhal in Tywin's service.
Duncan, called "Ser Duncan the Tall". The Hedge Knight. Later Lord Commander of the Kingsguard.
Duncan Targaryen, called Duncan the Small and the Prince of Dragonflies. Son of Aegon V.
Dunsen, called "Shitmouth". A soldier under Gregor Clegane.
Duram Bar Emmon, Lord of Sharp Point.
Durran, called "Durran Godsgrief". The semi-legendary first Storm King.
Dykk Harlaw, an Ironborn raider placed under Theon's authority.
Dywen, a veteran ranger of the Night's Watch.
Ebben, one of Qhorin's rangers in the Night's Watch.
Ebrose, an Archmaester at the Citadel.
Eddard Karstark, third son of Rickard Karstark.
Eddison Tollett, a squire of the Night's Watch, called "Dolorous Edd".
Edmure Tully, a knight, only son and heir of Lord Hoster Tully.
Edmyn Tully, first Lord Tully of Riverrun.
Edric Dayne, the young Lord of Starfall, squire to Lord Beric Dondarrion.
Edric Storm, a bastard of Robert Baratheon and Delena Florent, fostered at Dragonstone.
Edwyd Fossoway, a knight of the Red Apple Fossoways.
Edwyle Stark, long dead Lord of Winterfell, father of Lord Rickard and grandfather of Lord Eddard.
Edwyn Frey, son of ser Ryman Frey and husband to Janyce Hunter.
Edwyn Osgrey, son of Eustace Osgrey, slain on the Redgrass Field.
Eggon, a soldier under Ser Gregor Clegane.
Eglantine, a septa.
Elbert Arryn, Jon Arryn's nephew, killed by King Aerys II Targaryen.
Elder Brother, the Elder Brother on the Quiet Isle.
Eldon Estermont, the old Lord of Greenstone.
Eleanor Mooton, the heir of House Mooton.
Elenya Westerling, daughter of Lord Gawen Westerling.
Elia Sand, fifth of the Sand Snakes, illegitimate daughter of Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand.
Elia Martell, sister to Prince Doran Martell and wife of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen.
Elinor Tyrell, daughter of Ser Theodore Tyrell and betrothed to Alyn Ambrose. Cousin to Margaery.
Ellaria Sand, paramour of Oberyn Martell and mother of the four youngest Sand Snakes. Bastard daughter of Lord Harman Uller.
Elmar Frey, twenty-eighth son of Lord Walder Frey.
Elwood Meadows, Lord of Grassy Vale.
Elyas Willum, Lord Willum's second son.
Elys Westerling, a knight of House Westerling during the War of the Usurper.
Emmett, known as 'Iron Emmett'.
Emmon Cuy, a knight called "the Yellow". One of Renly's Rainbow Guard.
Emmon Frey, second son of Lord Walder Frey, husband to Genna Lannister.
Emmond, a Drowned Man.
Emrick, a Night's Watch recruit.
Endehar, an Ironborn raider placed under Theon's authority.
Endrew Tarth, a knight of the Night's Watch.
Eon Hunter, old Lord of Longbow Hall.
Erik, known as "Erik Ironmaker".
Ermesande Hayford, the infant Lady of Hayford.
Eroeh, a Lhazareen.
Erren Florent, a knight, son of Ser Ryam Florent.
Erryk, a famous member of the Kingsguard who slew and was slain by his brother Arryk during the Dance of the Dragons.
Erryk, called either "Left" or "Right". One of Olenna Redwyne's bodyguards.
Esgred, mother of Sigrin.
Ethan Glover, former squire to Brandon Stark.
Euron Greyjoy, called "Crow's Eye", fifth son of Lord Quellon Greyjoy.
Eustace, a disgraced septon.
Eustace Hunter, the son of Lord Eon Hunter.
Eustace Osgrey, a landed knight.
Ezzelyno, a red priest of R'hllor.
Falia Flowers, the bastard daughter of Lord Hewett.
Falyse Stokeworth, heiress of Stokeworth and wife to Ser Balman Byrch.
Farlen, kennelmaster of Winterfell.
Lord Farman of Fair Isle, raided by Dagon Greyjoy's Ironmen.
Lord Fell of Fellwood
Ferrego Antaryon, Sealord of Braavos.
Flement Brax, a knight of the Westerlands, third son of Lord Andros Brax.
Forley Prester, a knight, cousin to Lord Garrison Prester of Feastfires.
Franklyn Fowler, Lord of Skyreach.
Frenken, maester of Stokeworth.
Frenya, a wildling spearwife.
Frynne, the daughter of a smith.
Gage, head cook at Winterfell.
Galazza Galare, the Green Grace.
Galbart Glover, Master of Deepwood Motte.
Galladon, better known as Ser Galladon of Morne.
Galladon of Tarth
Gallard, an Archmaester of the Citadel.
Galt, a Stone Crow.
Galtry the Green
Galyeon of Cuy, a singer.
Gared, an earless veteran ranger of the Night's Watch.
Gareth Clifton, a knight and husband to Lady Jeyne Farman.
Gareth the Grey
Garigus, a Pyromancer.
Garin, an orphan of the Greenblood and old friend of Princess Arianne Martell.
Garin, a Prince of the Rhoynar.
Gariss, a guard of Winterfell.
Garizon, an Archmaester of the Citadel.
Garlan Tyrell, called "the Gallant", knight and second son of Lord Mace Tyrell.
Garrett Flowers, bastard son of Garth Tyrell.
Garrett Paege, a squire.
Garrison Prester, Lord of Feastfires.
Garse Flowers, bastard son of Garth Tyrell.
Garse Goodbrook, husband of Kyra Frey.
Garth of Greenaway, a ranger of the Night's Watch.
Garth Greenhand, legendary first king of the Reach.
Garth XII Gardener, King in the Reach.
Garth Greyfeather a ranger of the Night's Watch.
Garth Hightower, a knight and fourth son of Lord Leyton Hightower.
Garth of Oldtown, a ranger of the Night's Watch.
Garth Tyrell, called "the Gross", uncle to Lord Mace Tyrell.
Gascoyne of the Greenblood, a knight and sworn shield to Prince Trystane Martell.
Gawen Westerling, Lord of the Crag.
Gawen Wylde, formerly master-at-arms of Storm's End during the War of the Usurper.
Gelmarr the Grim, an ironborn raider in Theon's crew.
Gendry, apprentice blacksmith and bastard son of Robert Baratheon.
Genna Lannister, wife to Ser Emmon Frey and sister to Lord Tywin Lannister.
Gerald Gower, a knight at the service of King Stannis Baratheon.
Gerardys, long dead Grand Maester.
Gerion Lannister, youngest son of Lord Tytos Lannister.
Gerold Dayne, called the "Darkstar".
Gerold Grafton, the Lord of Gulltown.
Gerold Hightower, called "The White Bull". Lord Commander of the Kingsguard.
Gerris Drinkwater, a knight.
Gevin Harlaw, member of House Harlaw and of Theon's crew.
Ghost of High Heart, an old sage.
Gilbert Farring, a knight loyal to Stannis.
Gillam, a brother on the Quiet Isle.
Gilly, a Wildling girl.
Gladden Wylde, a knight of Rain House.
Godric Borrell, Lord of Sweetsister.
Godry Farring, called the Giantslayer.
Gorghan of Old Ghis, a scholar.
Gormon Peake, a supporter of Daemon Blackfyre.
Grance Morrigen, a knight who attended the Ashford Tourney.
Grazdan, founder of the ancient Ghiscari Empire.
Grazdan mo Eraz, an envoy and nobleman.
Grazdan mo Ullhor, a rich slave trader.
Grazdan zo Galare, a Meereenese noble.
Greenbeard, a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners. His true name is Pello of Tyrosh.
Gregor Clegane, the Mountain that Rides.
Grenn, a ranger of the Night's Watch.
Grey King, legendary first king of the Isles.
Grey Worm, captain of Daenerys's Unsullied.
Grigg, better known as Grigg the Goat, a Wildling raider.
Grisella, a skinchanger.
Groleo, captain of Saduleon.
Grubbs, a ranger of the Night's Watch.
Gueren, a recruiter of the Night's Watch.
Gulian, a maester.
Gulian Swann, Lord of Stonehelm and father of Ser Donnel and Ser Balon Swann.
Guncer Sunglass, Lord of Sweetport Sound.
Gunthor, a clansmen from the Mountains of the Moon.
Gurn, father of Gunthor.
Guthor Grimm, Lord of Greyshield.
Guyard Morrigen, a knight, the Green of the Rainbow Guard.
Guyne, an Archmaester of the Citadel.
Gwayne Corbray, Kingsguard of Daeron II.
Gylbert Farwynd, Lord of the Lonely Light.
Gyles, known as "Gyles Greycloak".
Gyles Farwynd, heir of the Lonely Light.
Gyles III Gardener, King in the Reach.
Gyles Grafton, the son of Lord Gerold Grafton.
Gyles Rosby, Lord of Rosby.
Haggo, Khal Drogo's bloodrider.
Haggon, a skinchanger.
Hake, a steward of the Night's Watch.
Hal, known as Hairy Hal.
Hal, known as Hal the Hog.
Halder, a new member of the Night's Watch.
Haldon, called Halfmaester.
Hallis Mollen, commander of the Guard of Winterfell after Jory Cassel.
Hallyne, a pyromancer and Wisdom of the Guild of Alchemists in King's Landing.
Halys Hornwood, Lord of Hornwood.
Harbert, old uncle to Lord Steffon Baratheon and castellan at Storm's End.
Hareth, a Grand Maester.
Hareth, a stablehand from Mole's Town.
Harlan Grandison, knight of Aerys's Kingsguard, replaced by Ser Jaime Lannister.
Harlon Botley, a younger son of Lord Sawane Botley.
Harma, called "Dog's Bane".
Harmen Uller, Lord of Hellholt.
Harmond Umber, former Lord of the Last Hearth.
Harodon, an Archmaester of the Citadel.
Harrag Sharp, also known as "Sheepstealer", a member of Prince Theon Greyjoy's crew.
Harren Hoare, known as "Black Harren", the builder of Harrenhal.
Harrion Karstark, eldest son and heir of Lord Rickard Karstark.
Harrold Hardyng, called "Harry the Heir".
Harrold Osgrey, son of Eustace Osgrey, slain on the Redgrass Field.
Harry Strickland, captain of the Golden Company.
Harwin, a Winterfell guard.
Harwood Fell, Lord of Fellwood.
Harwyn Hoare, grandfather to Harren Hoare, he conquered the riverlands by defeating the Storm King, Arrec.
Harys Swyft, Hand of King Tommen. "Good-father" (father-in-law) of Kevan Lannister via Kevan's marriage to Harys' daughter Dorna.
Helicent Uffering, Roland Uffering's sister, at Coldmoat.
Helliweg, a maester.
Helman Tallhart, the Knight of Torrhen's Square.
Hendry Bracken, a knight, nephew and heir to Lord Jonos Bracken.
Henk the Helm, a wildling raider.
Henly, known as Old Henly.
Henly, known as Young Henly.
Hibald, a fearful and niggardly merchant.
High Sparrow, the High Septon.
Hizdahr zo Loraq, King of Meereen.
Hoarfrost Umber, former Lord of the Last Hearth.
Hobb, "Three Fingers", cook of the Night's Watch.
Hobber Redwyne, called "Slobber". A knight. Son of Lord Paxter Redwyne, twin to Horas.
Hodor, a giant, lackwit stableboy at Winterfell. His true name is Walder.
Holger, grandfather of Shagga.
Holly, a wildling spearwife.
Hop-Robin, a Night's Watch recruit.
Horas Redwyne, called "Horror". A knight. Son of Lord Paxter Redwyne, twin to Hobber.
Hosteen Frey, a knight of House Frey.
Hoster Tully, Lord of Riverrun.
Hot Pie, friend to Arya Stark.
Hother Umber, called "Whoresbane". An uncle to the Greatjon.
Howland Reed, Lord of Greywater Watch and old friend to Lord Eddard Stark.
Hubard Rambton, a knight of the Crownlands.
Hugh, Ser Hugh of the Vale.
Hugo Wull, the Wull.
Hugor of the Hill, the King of the Andals.
Hullen, Harwin's father.
Husband, owner of the Inn near the Ruby Ford.
Iggo, a Brave Companion.
Igon Vyrwel, Captain of the Guards at Highgarden.
Illifer, known as the Penniless.
Illyrio Mopatis, a magister of the Free City of Pentos.
Ilyn Payne, a knight and King's Justice, the royal executioner.
Imry Florent, a knight, son of ser Ryam Florent.
Irri, a handmaiden of Daenerys Targaryen.
Jacelyn Bywater, called "Ironhand", a knight.
Jacks, a Winterfell guard.
Jaehaerys I Targaryen, called The Old King and The Conciliator.
Jaehaerys II Targaryen, father of Aerys II.
Jafer Flowers, a ranger of Night's Watch.
Jaime Frey, a newborn babe.
Jalabhar Xho, exiled prince of the Red Flower Vale on the Summer Islands.
Janos Slynt, Commander of the City Watch in King's Landing.
Jaremy Rykker, second ranger of the Night's Watch.
Jarl, a wildling.
Jarmen Buckwell, ranger of the Night's Watch.
Jason Mallister, Lord of Seagard.
Jasper Arryn, Lord of the Eyrie.
Jasper Redfort, the son of Lord Horton Redfort.
Jayne Bracken, the daughter of Lord Jonos Bracken.
Jeffory Mallister, companion of Brandon Stark, executed by King Aerys.
Jeffory Norcross, called "Neveryield".
Jenny of Oldstones.
Jenny, called "Penny Jenny".
Jeren, a new member of the Night's Watch.
Jeyne, known as "Squinty Jeyne".
Jeyne Fossoway, of the green-apple Fossoways.
Jeyne Heddle, the niece of Masha Heddle.
Jeyne Poole, Vayon Poole's daughter and a friend to Sansa Stark.
Jeyne Westerling, wife of Maegor I.
Jeyne Westerling, wife of Robb Stark.
Jhaqo, a Dothraki khal.
Jhiqui, a handmaiden of Daenerys Targaryen.
Jhogo, Daenerys' bloodrider.
Joanna Lannister, late wife of Tywin Lannister.
Joffrey Baratheon, eldest son of King Robert I and heir to the Iron Throne.
Jojen Reed, son of Howland Reed, Lord of Greywater Watch.
Jommy, in service to House Baratheon.
Jon, known as Jon O'Nutten.
Jon Arryn, Hand of the King.
Jon Connington, Hand of the King under Aerys II.
Jon Fossoway, a knight of the Green Apple Fossoways.
Jon Heddle, known as Long Jon Heddle.
Jon Lynderly, the Lord of the Snakewood.
Jon Penny, a child at the Crossroads Inn.
Jon Redfort, the son of Lord Horton Redfort.
Jon Umber, called the Greatjon. Lord of the Last Hearth.
Jon Umber, called the Smalljon. Heir to the Last Hearth.
Jon Vance, a Maester.
Jonos Bracken, Lord of Stone Hedge.
Jonothor Darry, knight of Aerys's Kingsguard, brother to Ser Willem Darry.
Jorelle Mormont, the daughter of Lady Maege Mormont.
Jorgen, a peasant of Coldmoat.
Jory Cassel, Captain of the Guard at Winterfell, nephew of Ser Rodrik Cassel.
Josmyn Peckledon, a squire.
Joss Stilwood, squire to Ser Gregor Clegane.
Joss the Gloom, a mummer.
Josua Willum, Lord Willum's eldest son.
Joy Hill, bastard daughter of Gerion Lannister.
Joyeuse Erenford, the eighth wife of Lord Walder Frey.
Justin Massey, a knight.
Jyana, the wife of Howland Reed.
Kaeth, author of Lives of Four Kings.
Karl, called Clubfoot Karl, a steward of the Night's Watch.
Karlon Stark, founder of House Karstark.
Karyl Vance, Lord of Wayfarer's Rest.
Kedry, a maester.
Kennos of Kayce, often sounds the Horn of Herrock.
Kevan Lannister, brother of Lord Tywin.
the Kindly Man, a Faceless Man of Braavos.
Knight of Ninestars, slain by Daemon Blackfyre on the Redgrass Field.
Kojja Mo, a member of the crew of the Cinnamon Wind.
Kraznys mo Nakloz
Krazz, a pit fighter.
Kurleket, a Bracken man-at-arms who accompanies Catelyn and Tyrion through the Mountains of the Moon.
Kyle, a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners.
Kyra, a young woman of Winterfell.
Lady of the Leaves
Lamprey, gaoler at Dragonstone.
Lancel V Lannister, a King of the Rock, killed by Wilbert Osgrey.
Lancel Lannister, son of Kevan Lannister. A squire to King Robert Baratheon.
Lann the Clever, a legendary trickster.
Lanna, a young prostitute working at the Happy Port in Braavos.
Larence Snow, called "the Bastard of Hornwood".
Lark the Sisterman
Leana Frey, an infant.
Leathers a wildling crow.
Lem, called "Lemoncloak". A member of the Brotherhood Without Banners.
Lem, one of Standfast's peasants.
Leo Lefford, Lord of the Golden Tooth.
Leo Tyrell, called Lazy Leo, a novice of the Citadel.
Leo Tyrell, Lord of Highgarden. Called Leo Longthorn.
Leo Tyrell, the son of Victor Tyrell.
Leobald Tallhart, castellan of Torrhen's Square.
Leona Woolfield, wife of Ser Wylis Manderly.
Leonette Fossoway, wife of Ser Garlan Tyrell.
Lester, a Lannister guardsman.
Lester Morrigen, Lord of Crows Nest.
Lew, a guard at Winterfell.
Lew, known as Left Hand Lew.
Lew, known as Long Lew.
Lewyn Martell, member of the Kingsguard.
Lewys Piper, a squire.
Leyton Hightower, voice of Oldtown, Lord of the Port, Lord of the High Tower, Defender of the Citadel and Beacon of the South.
Lollys Stokeworth, dim-witted younger daughter of Tanda Stokeworth, gang-raped and impregnated diuing the riot in King's Landing.
Lommy Greenhands, a boy on his way to join the Night's Watch.
Lomys, a maester.
Loras Tyrell, Knight of Flowers.
Lorcas, an acolyte.
Loren Lannister, last King of the Rock, knelt to Aegon I the Dragon.
Loreza Sand, eighth of the Sand Snakes. Illegitimate daughter of Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand.
Lorren, called "Black Lorren". An infamous ironborn raider.
Lothar Frey, called "Lame Lothar".
Lotho Lornel, a book dealer in Braavos.
Lothor Brune, a freerider.
Lucantine Woodwright, a household knight.
Lucas Blackwood, heir to Raventree Hall.
Lucas Inchfield, called "The Longinch."
Luceon Frey, a septon, one of the Most Devout.
Lucos, a septon.
Luke, called Likely Luke, a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners.
Luthor Tyrell, the previous Lord of Highgarden.
Luthor Tyrell, the son of Ser Moryn Tyrell.
Luthor Tyrell, the son of Ser Theodore Tyrell.
Luton, a man-at-arms sworn to House Bolton.
Luwin, maester at Winterfell.
Lyanna Mormont, the youngest of Maege Mormont's daughters. Named after Lyanna Stark.
Lyessa Flint, Lady of Widow's Watch.
Lyle Crakehall, called the "Strongboar". Famed knight and battle commander.
Lyn Corbray, master swordsman and suitor to Lysa Tully.
Lynesse Hightower, estranged second wife of Ser Jorah.
Lyonel, a knight.
Lyonel Baratheon, called “The Laughing Storm”.
Lyra Mormont, the daughter of Lady Maege Mormont.
Lysa Tully, widow of Jon Arryn.
Mad Huntsman, a brutal member of the Brotherhood Without Banners and castellan of Stoney Sept.
Maege Mormont, Lady of Bear Island.
Maelys Blackfyre, known as Maelys the Monstrous.
Maerie, kwown as Goodwife Maerie.
Maerie, known as Maerie the Whore.
Mag Mar Tun Doh Weg, called "Mag the Mighty", King of the Giants.
Maggy the Frog, a seer.
Mallor, a knight.
Mallor, called Mallor the Dornishman.
Mance Rayder, The King beyond the Wall.
Mandon Moore, a knight of King Robert's Kingsguard.
Manfred Dondarrion, Lord of House Dondarrion.
Manfryd Lothston, o' the Black Hood.
Marillion, a singer
Maron Greyjoy, killed during the Greyjoy Rebellion.
Marq Piper, heir to Pinkmaiden.
Martyn Mullendore, Lord of Uplands.
Marwyn, an Archmaester of the Citadel.
Marya Seaworth, a cobbler's daughter before her marriage to Lord Davos.
Mathis Rowan, Lord of Goldengrove.
Matthos Seaworth, son of Davos Seaworth
Maynard, a knight held at the bridge.
Medwick Tyrell, a Maester.
Meera Reed, daughter of Howland Reed.
Meg, called Swampy Meg.
Melara Crane, wife of Lord Alester Florent, Lady of Brightwater Keep.
Melara Hetherspoon, childhood friend of Cersei Lannister.
Meldred Merlyn, Lord of Pebbleton.
Melicent, a septa.
Melisandre of Asshai, called "The Red Woman".
Mellei, a servant.
Meralyn, owner of the Happy Port.
Meribald, a wandering septon.
Merling Queen, a courtesan.
Mero, the Titan's Bastard, leader of the Second Sons.
Merrett Frey, called Muttonhead.
Meryn Trant, a knight of Robert's Kingsguard.
Michael Mertyns, known as the "White Owl".
Mikken, blacksmith of Winterfell.
Minisa Whent, late wife of Lord Hoster Tully, mother to Catelyn, Lysa, and Edmure.
Mirri Maz Duur, a maegi, or witch-woman.
Missandei, a slave girl.
Moelle, a septa.
Moon Boy, a fool at King's Landing.
Moonshadow, a courtesan.
Moqorro, a red priest.
Mord, a gaoler in the Eyrie.
Mordane, a septa at Winterfell.
Moredo Prestayn, captain of the Vixen.
Morgarth, a hedge knight.
Morgil, called "the Evil"
Moribald Chester, Lord of Greenshield.
Morosh the Myrman.
Morra, a servant.
Mors Umber, called Crowsfood, the Greatjon's uncle.
Mudge, miller's son.
Murch, a Night's Watch recruit.
Murch, a skilled huntsman in service to House Stark.
Mya Stone, bastard daughter of King Robert.
Mycah, a butcher's boy at Winterfell
Myles, the squire of Ser Desmond Grell.
Myles Mooton, squire to Prince Rhaegar Targaryen.
Myrcella Baratheon, daughter of Robert Baratheon and Cersei Lannister.
Myria Jordayne, heir to the Tor.
Myrtle, a wildling spearwife.
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