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Characters in A Song of Ice and Fire

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Humble Tyrion serves as an oddly effective everyman in a story of politics, magic, blood, battle and betrayal.

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Tyrion Lannister is by far the most popular character in Game of Thrones, achieving massive popularity throughout the world.

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Kevan Lannister loyally served in the shadow of his brother Tywin all of his life.

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Following Robb's capture of Jaime, Tywin would linger at Harrenhal until the Battle of the Blackwater.

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Tyrion and his father Tywin. Some fans believe Tyrion is actually Aerys II's bastard with Joanna Lannister.

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This still captures the cold essence of steely patriarch Tywin Lannister, mastermind of the first trilogy of novels in ASOIAF.

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Apathetic Robert Baratheon rarely ventured as far from his throne as Winterfell.

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Robert Baratheon: Good Man, Bad King.

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The show excised the character of Jeyne Westerling for the Volantene Talisa, to the chagrin of author GRRM.

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Before the adaptation chose to follow a more realistic route, the protagonist Ned Stark (Sean Bean) was portrayed as much more of a slick fantasy protagonist in early promo material.

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