Alignments of
I ce & F ire

a D&D chart for Game of Thrones characters
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Arya Stark

Arya Stark

Chaotic Good

Arya is good. She is a Stark through and through. But don’t forget - once she lost everything she shed the name and went a little dark. Though her heart and actions are honorable, she has killed so she has to fall into the chaotic area of good. She may even cross the line to Lawful Evil. Now, she may be even more dangerous, but her heart still lies with her family.

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Brienne of Tarth

Brienne of Tarth

Lawful Good

Brienne is on the good side. No questions asked. She would give her life in a second for the Starks, and she is battle worn but always battle ready and rarely ever bested. Brienne will be a curious one to watch as this story winds down to a conclusion.

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Cersei Lannister

Cersei Lannister

Chaotic Evil

Outside of the much hated Joffrey, has there ever been anyone more chaotic and evil on Game of Thrones besides Cersei? No, no there hasn’t. She is evil epitomized. She had sex with her brother over the corpse of one child and then led another to kill himself and she pretty much laughed it off. She may as well be Satan.

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Daenerys Targaryen

Daenerys Targaryen

Chaotic Good

With leanings toward Lawful Good. The Mother of Dragons is sweet and gentle, until you cross her, that is. Don’t cross her, you’re fine. But when you do, she will summon her dragons and you will see how Lawful Good turns to Chaotic Good REAL quick.

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Davos Seaworth

Davos Seaworth

Chaotic Good

He did what he thought was right, though he was misled. Once he saw that, he straightened up and showed his truest self right away. While the first seasons he seemed to be on the evil side, he saw the error of his ways and called himself out for that. He also took that change to heart and it reflects itself in a warmer (though even more hardened) Davos.

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Hodor

Hodor

Lawful Good

Hodor had the purest of hearts and died for his cause. He is even more loyal than Lawful Good normally entails, but that is as high as they let us go with praise when it comes to alignments. But put it this way, if Hodor had not held that door, the show and story would’ve ended right there. In many ways, if we make it to the end of this story and the Starks “win”, that would not have happened had Hodor not sacrificed himself. Hold on. Still too soon. *Tears*

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Jaime Lannister

Jaime Lannister

Chaotic Neutral

People expect evil when they see a Lannister, and much of Jamie’s actions have reflected that. But from his protection of Brienne, the neutral to good transition is evident. But he IS a Lannister, so one can only hope this sticks. He could still go “full Lannister” at any moment.

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Jon Snow

Jon Snow

Lawful Good

Outside of Ned Stark, there are few as pure of heart on this show as Jon Snow, straight up - though the Night’s Watch may disagree for the most part. Even they got what was coming in the end for messing with “good guy Jon Snow.”

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Melisandre

Melisandre

Chaotic Evil

Moving toward Chaotic Neutral. Though birthing a shadow baby and burning a little girl alive are bad things, it is evident that Melisandre longs to make up for those mistakes so there might hope for her character. Then again, she may be at a point where even she cannot redeem herself. Time will tell with this one.

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Ned Stark

Ned Stark

Lawful Good

Ned Stark was good and honest to a fault. Heck, it got him killed! His heart was always in the right place and nothing was more important to him than honor. In the end, though, his death shows you Lawful Good doesn’t always mean “makes it to the end and wins.”

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Littlefinger

Littlefinger

Chaotic Evil

This man does little more than manipulate all to get his ways, no matter the cost. He is a major player in the Lannister-Stark feud and even ended up with Sansa Stark for a second because he couldn’t have her mother. Damn, that is some sick, cold shit.

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The Hound

The Hound

Chaotic Neutral

With a tendency toward Chaotic Evil. The Hound is a complex character and picking one class would be impossible. But because we see him do both good and evil things, Chaotic Neutral will be the title, with potential leanings toward Neutral Good (one can hope). He still has a shot at redemption and by the looks of it, he will take that.

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Sansa Stark

Sansa Stark

Lawful Neutral

Truthfully, her neutrality was a factor in her own father’s death. Luckily, she seems to be coming to her senses and moving more towards Lawful Good. But there was a moment there where we almost lost Sansa to the dark side. Thank God she came to her Senses. *Crowd roars*

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Tyrion Lannister

Tyrion Lannister

Chaotic Good

With potential to be Neutral Good. Some might say he is Lawful Good, but he DID shoot his jackass Dad with a crossbow while he was taking a crap and he did bed many a hooker (though he loved only ONE). Though we all KNOW Tyrion is good, he has to be Chaotic to Neutral Good. His last name carries with it a history, whether he likes it or not.

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Varys

Varys

Chaotic Good

Though he has played many hands, he did try to warn Ned Stark and in the end, he did end up saving Tyrion, so even though he is a drama queen who muddies shit up, he is still good deep down. We see this now even more that he is with the Mother of Dragons and Tyrion.

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