Literature Quiz / Game of Thrones Characters by Physical Description

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Can you name these characters from the first book of the ASOIAF series by their physical description?

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'Her long, silver-pale hair... the violet in her eyes.'
'She was as beautiful as men said. A jeweled tiara gleamed amidst her long golden hair, its emeralds a perfect match for the green of her eyes.'
'His head was too large for his body, with a brute's squashed-in face beneath a swollen shelf of brow.... One green eye and one black one.'
'Big and broad and growing every day, with his mother's coloring, the fair skin, red-brown hair, and blue eyes of the Tullys of Riverrun.'
'Her hair was a lusterless brown, and her face was long and solemn.'
'His closely trimmed beard was shot with white, making him look older than his thirty-five years.... a grim cast to his grey eyes...'
'[His] braid was black as midnight and heavy with scented oil, hung with tiny bells that rang softly as he moved. It swung well past his belt, below even his buttocks...'
'With hair as bright as beaten gold.... Tall and golden, with flashing green eyes and a smile that cut like a knife. He wore crimson silk, high black boots, a black satin cloak.'
'Fine high cheekbones and the thick auburn hair of the Tullys.'
'A beard as coarse and black as iron wire covered his jaw to hide his double chin...'
'...Laughing grey-green eyes. He had a little pointed chin beard.... and threads of silver in his dark hair, though he was still shy of thirty.'
'A lean, dark youth of nineteen who found everything amusing.'
'The fattest boy [Jon] had ever seen.... He must have weighed twenty stone.... Pale eyes moved nervously in a great round moon of a face, and plump sweaty fingers...'
'The stableboy who smiled so much.... He always smelled faintly of horses, but it was not a bad smell. His arms were thick with muscle and matted with brown hair.'
'Not a handsome man. He had a neck and shoulders like a bull, and coarse black hair covered his arms and chest so thickly that there was none left for his head.'
'Tall and powerfully made, with jet-black hair that fell to his shoulders.... laughing green eyes to match his armor. Cradled under one arm was an antlered helm.'
'Gaunt grim man.... His face was pockmarked and beardless with deepset eyes and hollow cheeks.... not an old man, only a few wisps of hair remained...but those he had grown long.'
'An ungainly lad with a coarse, freckled face and thick red hair.'
'A bare year younger than the king, yet utterly unlike him, stern, humorless, unforgiving, grim in his sense of duty.'
'Plump, perfumed, powdered, and as hairless as an egg.... His flesh was soft and moist, and his breath smelled of lilacs.'
'... crisp black leathers whispering faintly as he moved. He was a compact man of fifty years, spare and hard, with grey in his black hair and eyes like chips of onyx.'
DescriptionCharacter
'Thick of neck and red of face... sixteen and a head taller than Jon.'
'He was near a shadow...; bone thin and bone hard, with black eyes and black hair and a stubble of beard.'
'His eyes were pale green, flecked with gold. When his once-thick golden hair had begun to recede, he had commanded his barber to shave his head....'
'...Of the Night's Watch... a gruff old man with an immense bald head and a shaggy grey beard.'
'Blind... a tiny thing, wrinkled and hairless, shrunken beneath the weight of a hundred years so his maester's collar with its links of many metals hung loose about his throat.'
'An old man with hair as pale as his armor, yet he seemed strong and graceful for all that. From his shoulders hung the pure white cloak of the Kingsguard.'
'A wisp of a girl, not quite eight, her hair a cascade of golden curls under a jeweled net.'
'Thick-bodied, flat-nosed woman of forty years.'
'The small boy with the large ears.'
'Only been sixteen, a child-woman of surpassing loveliness.'
'A slight man with a bald head and a great beak of a nose.... He had an accent, the lilt of the Free Cities, Braavos perhaps, or Myr.'
'The one with the whip.... A youth of sixteen years, whip-thin, fearless, quick to laugh, with the faint shadow of his first mustachio on his upper lip.'
'[Sansa] wondered how she could ever have thought him handsome. His lips were as soft and red as the worms you found after a rain, and his eyes were vain and cruel.'
'She was a very ugly old woman...; shrunken and wrinkled, almost blind, too weak to climb stairs, with only a few wisps of white hair left to cover a mottled pink scalp.'
'A lovely young girl with doe's eyes and a cascade of soft brown hair.'
'A dashing figure on a black courser... and a black satin cloak dusted with stars... hair like red gold and his black shield slashed by lightning.'
'A tall lad about Robb's age, his arms and chest corded with muscle.... Thick hair, shaggy and unkempt and black as ink.... eyes like blue ice.'
'His hair was a mass of lazy brown curls, his eyes like liquid gold.'
'Sharp-featured and gaunt as a mountain crag, but there was always a hint of laughter in his blue-grey eyes.'
'The left side of his face was a ruin. His ear had been burned away; there was nothing left but a hole. His eye was still good, but all around it was a twisted mass of scar...'
'Stooped and sinister, his features hidden behind a beard as black as his clothing, but he seemed as tough as an old root and as hard as stone.'
DescriptionCharacter
'A small grey man. His eyes were grey, and quick... his hair was grey, what little the years had left him.'
'Perhaps fifteen, sandy-haired, with a wisp of a mustache and the emerald-green eyes of the queen.'
'His features were lined and weathered, and time had stolen the auburn from his hair... bushy eyebrows fat as caterpillars, and the laughter in his deep blue eyes.'
'...had grown thick of body, pale and puffy of face.... All that remained of [her] beauty was the great fall of thick auburn hair that cascaded to her waist.'
'She scarcely looked like a woman; tall and lean, with the same hard face as the others, her hair hidden beneath a bowl-shaped halfhelm.'
'...a wen on his neck the size of a pigeon's egg, and a face red with boils and pimples.'
'Scarcely a year older than [Tyrion] was, dark-haired, slender, with a face that would break your heart.... Lowborn, half-starved, unwashed... yet lovely.'
'A boulder shifted to their left, and stood, and became a man. Massive and slow and strong he seemed, dressed all in skins, with a club in his right hand and an axe in his left.'
'She was a pretty, dark-haired girl of Sansa's own age.'
'A knight of the Kingsguard.... droopy eyes and rust-colored whiskers...'
'He was a painfully thin child, small for his age and sickly all his days, and from time to time he trembled.'
'A small hard woman, flat as a boy, and no fool.'
'[Tywin's] only surviving brother.... portly and balding, with a close-cropped yellow beard that followed the line of his massive jaw.'
'Balding, frog-faced commoner.... Golden scales had been sewn onto the black velvet of his doublet.... For his sigil he had taken a bloody spear, gold on a night-black field.'
'Ninety, a wizened pink weasel with a bald spotted head, too gouty to stand unassisted.'
'Beneath loose garments of flame-colored silk, rolls of fat jiggled as he walked.... the man had oiled his forked yellow beard until it shone.'
'He had deep blue eyes and a mouth made for smiles, but he was not smiling now. He looked worn and tired, battered by battle and haggard from strain.'
'Slim, dark-haired, no more than eighteen by the look of her... She was doe-eyed and slim, with small firm breasts and a smile that was by turns shy, insolent, and wicked.'
'...had always been a big man; tall and broad in his youth, portly as he grew older. Now he seemed shrunken.... Even his face sagged.'

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