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Can you identify the characters from the Iron Islands in A Song of Ice and Fire?

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A fierce ironborn raider, he is left in charge of Winterfell when Theon goes searching for Bran and Rickon. He's killed when the Bolton's sacked the castle.
Nicknamed 'Left-Hand.' In AFfC, he wears a wall tapestry from Lord Hewett's castle and rape's Lord Hewett's daughter. (No wonder 'All Men Despise' his house!)
Said to (currently) be the fiercest ironborn warrior. Euron Greyjoy names him Lord of Southshield following the kingsmoot.
Nicknamed 'The Grim,' he's part of Theon's search party for Bran and Rickon. He's later found dead from a broken neck.
Firstborn son of Lord Balon Greyjoy, slain at Seagard by Lord Jason Mallister during Balon's Rebellion.
One of the most feared ironborn warriors and childhood friend of Balon Greyjoy, he is sent by Theon to attack Torrhen's Square so that Theon may take Winterfell.
Father of Lord Balon Greyjoy, he fell out of favor among the Ironborn when he outlawed thralls and salt wives and brought maesters to the Iron Islands.
Lord of Hammerhorn who sides with Euron Greyjoy during the kingsmoot despite being listed as a supporter of Victarion Greyjoy.
Lord Reaper of Pyke who sided with The Blacks (Rhaenyra Targaryen) during the Dance of the Dragons.Nicknamed 'The Red Kraken.'
The raider left in charge of Moat Cailin, Theon Greyjoy finds him grotesquely rotting away due to the poison from a crannogman's arrow. Theon ends his suffering.
Lord of Lordsport, killed by Euron Greyjoy for refusing to do him fealty after the death of Balon Greyjoy.
Asha Greyjoy's uncle and Lord of Ten Towers. His nickname is 'The Reader.'
Spurned suitor of Asha Greyjoy, and the heir to Lordsport.
Cousin of Theon and Asha Greyjoy, killed while fleeing Deepwood Motte in A Dance with Dragons.
The sole surviving male heir of Lord Balon Greyjoy, and ward of Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell.
A member of Asha Greyjoy's crew, he's wounded while fleeing Deepwood Motte. Tris Botley later informs Asha that he died from his wounds.
An elderly ironborn warrior who is given the hand of Asha Greyjoy after the kingsmoot. Known as 'The Anvil-Breaker.'
An ironborn lord who converted to the Faith of the Seven after the Greyjoy Rebellion. Killed by Euron after the Kingsmoot. (Shares the name of the most devout Targaryen.)
An ironborn warrior who share's a name with Asha's lover and a nickname given to prisoners taken during raids.
Lord of Old Wyk and the house whose sigil is The Storm God's bony hand, and holder of the Valyrian steel sword 'Red Rain.' Present at the kingsmoot.
The first ironborn to overturn the decision of a kingsmoot. He was not present when Urrathon Goodbrother murdered his brothers; he arrived late, earning him his nickname.
Mute squire of Theon Greyjoy, he survived the Boltons' sack of Winterfell by hiding in the heart tree.
A raider from the house whom 'All Men Despise,' he is killed by another raider's axe when he refuses to surrender Moat Cailin to Theon Greyjoy.
Lord of the Iron Islands at the beginning of A Song of Ice and Fire, infamous for his failed rebellion following the War of the Usurper.
One of Euron Greyjoy's top crewmen, he is known only by his hair color and his position on 'Silence.'
Tells Victarion Greyjoy that, 'Glory is good but gold is better,' when Euron asks him to reject the lordship bestowed upon him by Euron.
Daughter of Lord Balon Greyjoy and captain of 'Black Wind.'
A priest of the Drowned God known as The Damphair, brother of Balon Greyjoy
Commander of the Iron Fleet and captain of the longship 'Iron Victory.'
One of Euron's top crewmen, nicknamed for his apparently poor dental hygiene.
A famed priest of the Drowned God who led the (mostly) bloodless coup that deposed King Harmund Hoare, In ADwD, the captured Myrish cog 'Dove' is renamed after him.
One-eyed captain of 'Silence,' known for ripping out the tongues of his crew. Nicknamed 'Crow's Eye.'
Known as 'The Black,' he constructed the notorious castle of Harrenhal.
Tattooed ironborn raider who dies after blowing Euron's dragonhorn.
The nickname for Rodrik Sparr, captain of the longship 'Grief.' He presents the Red Priest Moqorro to Victarion in ADwD.
Nicknamed 'The Horn,' he is a member of Asha's crew, along with his daughter. He's slain by an arrow at Deepwood Motte.
An ironborn warrior who is also Asha Greyjoy's lover.
One-armed ironborn raider from House Humble. He kills a fellow raider with his axe and surrenders Moat Cailin to Theon. (He and the rest of the survivors are promptly flayed.)
The nickname given to Urrathon IV Goodbrother after winning a kingsmoot and having the previous king's sons put to death as his first order of business.
Nickname given to Urron Greyiron after slaughtering the kings of salt and rock, all of their captains, and several priests, and abolishing the practice of the kingsmoot.

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