Wikia

Game of Thrones Wiki

White Walker (Valar Morghulis)

Talk4
2,169pages on
this wiki
Revision as of 20:08, June 4, 2013 by JoeBot (Talk | contribs)

This article is about a specific character. For other uses see White Walker
White Walker
White Walker 2x10
Season(s)
2, 3
First seen
Last seen
Appeared in
2 episodes (see below)
Mentioned in
{{{Mentioned}}}
Titles
{{{Titles}}}
Also known as
{{{Aka}}}
Status
Age
{{{Age}}}
Date of birth
{{{Birth}}}
Death
Killed by Samwell Tarly with Dragonglass
Origin
{{{Place}}}
Allegiance
Culture
{{{Culture}}}
Religion
{{{Religion}}}
Family
{{{Family}}}
Portrayed by

[[:Category:{{{Images}}}|Images]]

A White Walker is a minor character in the second and third season. He is a member of the race of White Walkers. He is played by guest star Ross Mullan and first appear in "Valar Morghulis."

Biography

Background

This White Walker and others of his race lead an army of Wights Beyond the Wall.

Season 2

While Edd, Grenn and Sam gather flammable stuff in the snow, they hear three horn blasts. Edd and Grenn run back to the Fist of the First Men and Sam is left behind. Sam hides behind a stone, and sees the White Walker on horseback. He looks at Sam and then ignores him, leading the army of Wights towards the Fist.[1]

Season 3

As Gilly and Sam are making their way to the Wall, the White Walker approaches them. Sam confronts him but the White Walker freezes and shatters his sword by holding it and punches him aside, focusing his attention on Gilly and her unnamed son. The White Walker is then stabbed in the left scapula by Sam with his dragonglass dagger. Unable to reach the blade, the White Walker then desiccates, turns into ice and shatters.[2]

Notes

  • The White Walker appearing in "Second Sons" was visually identical to the one that appeared in "Valar Morghulis", who was also played by Ross Mullan. It is assumed by this wiki that they are intended to be the same White Walker.

In the books

In the A Song of Ice and Fire books, Sam slays a White Walker that attacks him after he falls back from the main column during the march to Craster's Keep. Sam gains the nickname of "Sam the Slayer" both in admiration by those who believe him and in mockery by those who don't. After the murders of Craster and Lord Commander Mormont, Sam and Gilly take refuge at a village that Sam believes to be White Tree, in which they are attacked by the wight of Small Paul, who had been killed by the White Walker.

Appearance

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
Season Three appearances
Valar Dohaeris Dark Wings, Dark Words Walk of Punishment And Now His Watch is Ended Kissed by Fire
The Climb The Bear and the Maiden Fair Second Sons The Rains of Castamere Mhysa

References

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki