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{{dialogue a-b-a|Jeor Mormont|His name was Bannen. He's a good man, good ranger. He came to us from... Where did he come from?|Eddison Tollett|Down White Harbor way|He came to us from White Harbor. Never failed in his duty. Keep his vows best he could. He rode far, fought feircely. We shall never see his like again.|Bannen's eulogy|And Now His Watch is Ended}}
 
'''Bannen''' is an unseen character in the [[Season 3|third season]]. He's a member of the [[Night's Watch]].
 
'''Bannen''' is an unseen character in the [[Season 3|third season]]. He's a member of the [[Night's Watch]].
   

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Jeor Mormont: "His name was Bannen. He's a good man, good ranger. He came to us from... Where did he come from?"
Eddison Tollett: "Down White Harbor way"
Jeor Mormont: "He came to us from White Harbor. Never failed in his duty. Keep his vows best he could. He rode far, fought feircely. We shall never see his like again."
— Bannen's eulogy[src]

Bannen is an unseen character in the third season. He's a member of the Night's Watch.

Biography

Background

Bannen is a Ranger of the Night's Watch, originally from White Harbor, the only city in the North. He takes part in the Great Ranging led by Lord Commander Jeor Mormont and survives the Battle of the Fist of the First Men, though he's injured.

Season 3

Bannen's Funeral S3E4

Bannen's funeral

Bannen perishes while at Craster's Keep and a funeral is held by his sworn brothers. Grenn says he's surprised a broken foot could kill a man. Rast, however, points out that Craster functionally starved him to death by giving them as little food as possible.[1]

In the books

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Bannen is wounded during the battle at the Fist of the First Men. He dies of his injuries at Craster's Keep, much as he did in the TV series.

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