(Warning: This post contains spoilers for “Game of Thrones” Season 8 through Episode 3)
The Battle of Winterfell has ended — and so have the lives of many “Game of Thrones” characters.
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The 1-hour, 22-minute installment of the HBO series eighth and final season saw the deaths of several major players, including Theon Greyjoy, Melisandre, Lady Lyanna Mormont, Beric Dondarrion, Eddison Tollett, Jorah Mormont, and even the Night King himself and his entire army.
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We also lost a bunch of random people down in the crypts of Winterfell, a horde of Dothraki, and a ton of the troops on the ground during the fight at the Starks’ ancestral home on Episode 803.
And as people start dropping like flies through the remaining three episodes of the series, TheWrap will keep track of everyone who bites the dust for you. Do not worry, we shall not miss a name until our watch is ended when the series finale airs May 19.
See below for our list of every “Game of Thrones” character who has died on Season 8 and check back Sundays after each episode airs for new names. (Obviously, we’re hoping some of these are transferred over from Arya’s list.)
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How they died: Poor little Ned Umber. This guy was the first notable death of the final season and technically died twice because he was a) turned into a wight by the Night King and left at the center of a ritualistic arrangement of body parts inside the Umbers’ ancestral home, The Last Hearth, and b) killed by Beric and his trusty fire sword once the Eastwatch-Castle Black team found the boy’s reanimated corpse. The son of the late Smalljon Umber and grandson of the late Greatjon Umber, Ned is the tyke who Jon Snow entrusted with the Umbers’ property, after the Northern clan betrayed the Starks and Jon fought for Ramsay Bolton at the Battle of the Bastards. Jon was willing to forgive the family and not hold Ned accountable for their actions, letting him retain control of his home when he agreed to bend the knee
See below for how Ned died (the second time):
View photos game of thrones More Also Read: ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans Freak When Unverified Photos of Season 8, Episode 3 Battle Surface
View photos Rob McElhenney Martin Starr game of thrones More Random men who were guarding Yara on Euron Greyjoy’s ship (played by Rob McElhenney and Martin Starr)
How they died: Arrows to the head, courtesy of Theon and his crew, who came to rescue Yara in the Season 8 premiere. Honestly, they were very, very minor deaths we only care about ’cause these were just awesome cameos.
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How they died: First major casualty of the Battle of Winterfell, killed by a wight
View photos game of thrones lyanna mormont More Lady Lyanna Mormont
How they died: Squeezed to death by a giant wight, though she managed to stab him through the eye with some dragonglass and take him out with her
View photos Dothraki dead battle of winterfell More A bunch of Dothraki
How they died: As the frontline of Daenerys and Jon Snow’s forces at the Battle of Winterfell, the Dothraki went storming into the dark night with fiery blades — and didn’t come back. The horde was killed by the wights who came ripping through them coming for the rest of the troops
View photos Theon Greyjoy
How they died: Stabbed by the Night King, he gave his life to try and protect Bran Stark during the Battle of Winterfell
View photos Night King dead battle of winterfell More The Night King
How they died: Arya stabbed him with Littlefinger’s blade, taking out him and his entire army of White Walkers and wights in the process
View photos Jorah Mormont
How they died: Jorah died by his Khaleesi’s side, succumbing to the injuries he sustained protecting her during the Battle of Winterfell
View photos Beric Dondarrion
How they died: Succumbed to his injuries after successfully fighting to protect Arya from the wights during the Battle of Winterfell
View photos Melisandre
How they died: After returning to Westeros to help everyone survive the Battle of Winterfell, Melisandre took off her necklace and wandered into the dawn to die as her true, much-older self
“Game of Thrones” airs Sundays at 9/8c on HBO.
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