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|Last = "[[The Wolf and the Lion]]"
 
|Last = "[[The Wolf and the Lion]]"
 
|Appearances = 5 episodes <small>[[#Appearances|(see below)]]</small>
 
|Appearances = 5 episodes <small>[[#Appearances|(see below)]]</small>
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|Status = [[:Category:Status: Dead|Deceased]]
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|Death = Stabbed in the head through the eye by Ser [[Jaime Lannister]]
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|DeathEp = "[[The Wolf and the Lion]]"
 
|Place = [[Winterfell]]
 
|Place = [[Winterfell]]
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|Allegiance = [[House Stark]]<br>[[House Cassel]]
|Family = [[Rodrik Cassel]] - Uncle (deceased)
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|Family = {[[Rodrik Cassel]]} - uncle
 
|Actor = [[Jamie Sives]]}}
 
|Actor = [[Jamie Sives]]}}
{{dialogue a-b|Jaime Lannister|Do you remember [[Thoros of Myr]] charging through the breach?|Jory Cassel|With his burning sword? I'll remember that until the day I die...|Jory Cassel and his future killer reminisce.|Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things}}
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{{Dialogue a-b|Jaime|Do you remember [[Thoros]] of [[Myr]] charging through the breach?|Jory|With his burning sword? I'll remember that 'til the day I die...|Jaime Lannister and Jory Cassel reminiscing about the [[Siege of Pyke]]|Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things}}
 
'''Jory Cassel''' is a recurring character in the [[Season 1|first season]]. He is played by guest star [[Jamie Sives]] and debuts in the [[Winter is Coming (episode)|series premiere]]. He is the captain of the guards to [[House Stark]]. He is killed by [[Jaime Lannister]] while defending Lord [[Eddard Stark]] in [[King's Landing]].
 
'''Jory Cassel''' is a recurring character in the [[Season 1|first season]]. He is played by guest star [[Jamie Sives]] and debuts in the [[Winter is Coming (episode)|series premiere]]. He is the captain of the guards to [[House Stark]]. He is killed by [[Jaime Lannister]] while defending Lord [[Eddard Stark]] in [[King's Landing]].
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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Jory Cassel joins Lord Stark and his retinue as they venture out to execute [[Will]]. He is with the group when they find the [[direwolf]] pups.<ref>"[[Winter is Coming (episode)|Winter is Coming]]"</ref>
 
Jory Cassel joins Lord Stark and his retinue as they venture out to execute [[Will]]. He is with the group when they find the [[direwolf]] pups.<ref>"[[Winter is Coming (episode)|Winter is Coming]]"</ref>
   
Jory accompanies Eddard south to [[King's Landing]]. During the dispute between [[Joffrey Baratheon|Prince Joffrey Baratheon]] and [[Arya Stark]], Jory reports that Arya has been found and taken before the king. Jory accompanies Eddard to the [[Crossroads Inn]] and listens as [[Robert Baratheon|King Robert]] questions those involved. [[Cersei Lannister|Queen Cersei]] convinces him to sentence Sansa's direwolf [[Lady]] to death despite her not being involved because Arya's wolf [[Nymeria]] cannot be found. Eddard asks Jory to look after Arya and [[Sansa Stark|Sansa]] whilst he attends to the execution.<ref>"[[The Kingsroad]]"</ref>
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Jory accompanies Eddard south to [[King's Landing]]. During the dispute between [[Joffrey Baratheon|Prince Joffrey Baratheon]] and [[Arya Stark]], Jory reports that Arya has been found and taken before the king. Jory accompanies Eddard to the [[Crossroads Inn]] and listens as [[Robert Baratheon|King Robert]] questions those involved. [[Cersei Lannister|Queen Cersei]] convinces him to sentence Sansa's direwolf [[Lady]] to death despite her not being involved because Arya's wolf [[Nymeria]] cannot be found. Eddard asks Jory to look after Arya and [[Sansa Stark|Sansa]] while he attends to the execution.<ref>"[[The Kingsroad]]"</ref>
   
Jory assists Eddard's investigation into [[Jon Arryn]]'s final days, unsuccessfully asking for the assistance of [[Hugh|Ser Hughof]] the Vale, accompanying Eddard to [[Tobho Mott]]'s smithy and later reminiscing over fighting in the Greyjoy Rebellion with [[Jaime Lannister|Ser Jaime Lannister]].<ref>"[[Lord Snow]]"</ref><ref>"[[Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things]]"</ref>
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Jory assists Eddard's investigation into [[Jon Arryn]]'s final days, unsuccessfully asking for the assistance of [[Ser]] [[Hugh]] of [[the Vale]] , accompanying Eddard to [[Tobho Mott]]'s smithy and later reminiscing over fighting in the Greyjoy Rebellion with Ser [[Jaime Lannister]].<ref>"[[Lord Snow]]"</ref><ref>"[[Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things]]"</ref>
   
Jory accompanies Eddard to [[Petyr Baelish]]'s brothel, still seeking illegitimate royal children. Jory is distracted by one of the whores while Eddard questions [[Mhaegen]]. On leaving, Lord Eddard has to break Jory's attention away from the woman he is staring at so they can leave. Outside they and two Stark guards are confronted by [[Jaime Lannister]]. Jaime has heard of his brother [[Tyrion Lannister|Tyrion]]'s arrest and demands his release. Lord Eddard says it was done by his orders and if Jaime kills him Tyrion will die. Jaime has brought several Lannister men-at-arms and he orders them to leave Eddard Stark, but to kill his men. They kill Jory's men with thrown spears. Jory kills several of Jaime's men before engaging Jaime himself. They exchange several blows until Jaime traps his sword and stabs him through the right eye with a dirk. Eddard, angered by Jory's death, exchanges several blows with Jaime before a Lannister guardsman stabs him through the knee, ending the melee.<ref>"[[The Wolf and the Lion]]"</ref>
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Jory accompanies Eddard to [[Petyr Baelish]]'s brothel, still seeking illegitimate royal children. Jory is distracted by one of the whores while Eddard questions [[Mhaegen]]. On leaving, Lord Eddard has to break Jory's attention away from the woman he is staring at so they can leave. Outside they and two Stark guards are confronted by [[Jaime Lannister]]. Jaime has heard of his brother [[Tyrion Lannister|Tyrion]]'s arrest and demands his release. Lord Eddard says it was done by his orders and if Jaime kills him Tyrion will die. Jaime has brought several Lannister men-at-arms. Jory begins to let Jaime know that if he is to threaten Eddard again, there would certainly be a fight. However, Jamie interrupts Jory, and he orders his men-at-arms to leave Eddard Stark alive, but to kill his men. They kill Jory's men with thrown spears. Jory attacks and kills two of Jaime's men before engaging Jaime himself. Jaime and Jory trap swords and Jaime stabs Jory through the left eye with a dirk during this event. Eddard, angered and stunned by Jory's death, exchanges several blows with Jaime before a Lannister guardsman stabs him through the knee, ending the melee.<ref>"[[The Wolf and the Lion]]"</ref>
   
 
==Family tree==
 
==Family tree==
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==In the books==
 
==In the books==
In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Jory is the son of Martyn Cassel, one of Eddard's companions who was killed in a duel with three members of the [[Kingsguard]] at the Tower of Joy whilst they were searching for [[Lyanna Stark|Lyanna]] during the closing days of [[Robert's Rebellion]]. Jory is a skilled warrior and a stalwart servant of the house.
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In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Jory is the son of Martyn Cassel, one of Eddard's companions who was killed in a duel with three members of the [[Kingsguard]] at the Tower of Joy while they were searching for [[Lyanna Stark|Lyanna]] during the closing days of [[Robert's Rebellion]]. Jory is a skilled warrior and a stalwart servant of the house.
   
 
Jory's role in the series is somewhat expanded from the books. Dialogue from several different Stark guardsmen is given to Jory (most notably his promise to Arya that he will keep Eddard safe, which in the book was given by a guardsman named Desmond) and the scenes where he talks to Ser Hugh and later Jaime Lannister are inventions of the TV series. In the book he is not killed personally by Jaime, but by the Lannister guardsmen that ultimately overwhelmed the small Stark contingent.
 
Jory's role in the series is somewhat expanded from the books. Dialogue from several different Stark guardsmen is given to Jory (most notably his promise to Arya that he will keep Eddard safe, which in the book was given by a guardsman named Desmond) and the scenes where he talks to Ser Hugh and later Jaime Lannister are inventions of the TV series. In the book he is not killed personally by Jaime, but by the Lannister guardsmen that ultimately overwhelmed the small Stark contingent.
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==See also==
 
==See also==
* [http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Jory_Cassel Jory Cassel at A Wiki of Ice and Fire.]
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Latest revision as of 01:34, June 21, 2015

Stark mini shield
Stark mini shield
Jory Cassel
Jory profile
Season(s) 1
First seen "Winter is Coming"
Last seen "The Wolf and the Lion"
Appeared in 5 episodes (see below)
Titles Captain of the Guard
Status Deceased
Death Stabbed in the head through the eye by Ser Jaime Lannister
"The Wolf and the Lion"
Origin Winterfell
Allegiance House Stark
House Cassel
Family {Rodrik Cassel} - uncle
Portrayed by Jamie Sives
Jaime: "Do you remember Thoros of Myr charging through the breach?"
Jory: "With his burning sword? I'll remember that 'til the day I die..."
— Jaime Lannister and Jory Cassel reminiscing about the Siege of Pyke[src]

Jory Cassel is a recurring character in the first season. He is played by guest star Jamie Sives and debuts in the series premiere. He is the captain of the guards to House Stark. He is killed by Jaime Lannister while defending Lord Eddard Stark in King's Landing.

BiographyEdit

BackgroundEdit

Jory Cassel is the captain of Lord Eddard Stark's household guards at Winterfell. He is a loyal and trusted servant of House Stark and a good swordsman in his own right. He is the nephew of Ser Rodrik Cassel. He has a noticeable scar, gained at the siege of Pyke during the Greyjoy Rebellion.

Season 1Edit

Mother of direwolves

The Starks and their men find the direwolves in "Winter is Coming".

Jory Cassel joins Lord Stark and his retinue as they venture out to execute Will. He is with the group when they find the direwolf pups.[1]

Jory accompanies Eddard south to King's Landing. During the dispute between Prince Joffrey Baratheon and Arya Stark, Jory reports that Arya has been found and taken before the king. Jory accompanies Eddard to the Crossroads Inn and listens as King Robert questions those involved. Queen Cersei convinces him to sentence Sansa's direwolf Lady to death despite her not being involved because Arya's wolf Nymeria cannot be found. Eddard asks Jory to look after Arya and Sansa while he attends to the execution.[2]

Jory assists Eddard's investigation into Jon Arryn's final days, unsuccessfully asking for the assistance of Ser Hugh of the Vale , accompanying Eddard to Tobho Mott's smithy and later reminiscing over fighting in the Greyjoy Rebellion with Ser Jaime Lannister.[3][4]

Jory accompanies Eddard to Petyr Baelish's brothel, still seeking illegitimate royal children. Jory is distracted by one of the whores while Eddard questions Mhaegen. On leaving, Lord Eddard has to break Jory's attention away from the woman he is staring at so they can leave. Outside they and two Stark guards are confronted by Jaime Lannister. Jaime has heard of his brother Tyrion's arrest and demands his release. Lord Eddard says it was done by his orders and if Jaime kills him Tyrion will die. Jaime has brought several Lannister men-at-arms. Jory begins to let Jaime know that if he is to threaten Eddard again, there would certainly be a fight. However, Jamie interrupts Jory, and he orders his men-at-arms to leave Eddard Stark alive, but to kill his men. They kill Jory's men with thrown spears. Jory attacks and kills two of Jaime's men before engaging Jaime himself. Jaime and Jory trap swords and Jaime stabs Jory through the left eye with a dirk during this event. Eddard, angered and stunned by Jory's death, exchanges several blows with Jaime before a Lannister guardsman stabs him through the knee, ending the melee.[5]

Family treeEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Unknown tree
Martyn Cassel
Deceased
 
Unknown tree
Unknown
Lady Cassel
Deceased
 
 
Family tree Rodrik Cassel

Rodrik Cassel

Deceased
 
Unknown tree
Unknown
Three Cassel wives
Deceased
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Unknown tree
Unknown Cassel sons
Deceased
 
Family tree Jory Cassel

Jory Cassel

Deceased
 
 
Unknown tree
Unknown
Cassel daughters
Deceased
 
Unknown tree
Beth Cassel

AppearancesEdit

Season One appearances
Winter is Coming The Kingsroad Lord Snow Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things The Wolf and the Lion
A Golden Crown You Win or You Die The Pointy End Baelor Fire and Blood

Image galleryEdit

In the booksEdit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Jory is the son of Martyn Cassel, one of Eddard's companions who was killed in a duel with three members of the Kingsguard at the Tower of Joy while they were searching for Lyanna during the closing days of Robert's Rebellion. Jory is a skilled warrior and a stalwart servant of the house.

Jory's role in the series is somewhat expanded from the books. Dialogue from several different Stark guardsmen is given to Jory (most notably his promise to Arya that he will keep Eddard safe, which in the book was given by a guardsman named Desmond) and the scenes where he talks to Ser Hugh and later Jaime Lannister are inventions of the TV series. In the book he is not killed personally by Jaime, but by the Lannister guardsmen that ultimately overwhelmed the small Stark contingent.

According to the TV series official pronunciation guide developed for the cast and crew, "Cassel" is pronounced "Cuss-EL", not "Kas-el" (that is, "Cassel" doesn't rhyme with "castle").

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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