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An '''old woman prisoner''' is an unnamed minor character in the [[Season 2|second season]]. She is played by guest star [[Gina Moxley]] and only appears in "[[Garden of Bones]]."
 
An '''old woman prisoner''' is an unnamed minor character in the [[Season 2|second season]]. She is played by guest star [[Gina Moxley]] and only appears in "[[Garden of Bones]]."
   
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Among the captives that [[Gregor Clegane]] took to Harrenhal there was wizened old woman. [[Arya Stark]] overheard her complaining one night "It's not just, it's not. We never did no treason, [[Brotherhood Without Banners|the others]] come in and took what they wanted, same as this bunch." Her friend disagreed, saying "[[Beric Dondarrion|Lord Beric]] did us no hurt, though, and that [[Thoros|red priest]] with him, he paid for all they took". The old woman answered disdainfully "Paid? He took two of my chickens and gave me a bit of paper with a mark on it. Can I eat a bit of raggy old paper, I ask you? Will it give me eggs?". She looked about to see that no guards were near, and spat three times. "There's for the [[House Tully|Tullys]] and there's for the [[House Lannister|Lannisters]] and there's for the [[House Stark|Starks]]."
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"He's dead. He was my son. My sister was three days ago. My husband the day before that."
―Old woman prisoner[src]

An old woman prisoner is an unnamed minor character in the second season. She is played by guest star Gina Moxley and only appears in "Garden of Bones."

BiographyEdit

Season 2Edit

She is captured by Ser Gregor Clegane and imprisoned in Harrenhal with her family. Her sister, husband and son are tortured to death by the Tickler at Harrenhal.[1]

AppearanceEdit

Season Two appearances
The North Remembers The Night Lands What is Dead May Never Die Garden of Bones The Ghost of Harrenhal
The Old Gods and the New A Man Without Honor The Prince of Winterfell Blackwater Valar Morghulis

In the booksEdit

Among the captives that Gregor Clegane took to Harrenhal there was wizened old woman. Arya Stark overheard her complaining one night "It's not just, it's not. We never did no treason, the others come in and took what they wanted, same as this bunch." Her friend disagreed, saying "Lord Beric did us no hurt, though, and that red priest with him, he paid for all they took". The old woman answered disdainfully "Paid? He took two of my chickens and gave me a bit of paper with a mark on it. Can I eat a bit of raggy old paper, I ask you? Will it give me eggs?". She looked about to see that no guards were near, and spat three times. "There's for the Tullys and there's for the Lannisters and there's for the Starks."

The old woman is not mentioned afterwards.

ReferencesEdit

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