Here’s everyone who has died this season on ‘Game of Thrones,’ and how they bit the dust

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Game of Thrones the Queen's Justice season 7

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Warning: Spoilers for “Game of Thrones” season seven. If you aren’t caught up with the series, read at your own risk.

Season seven of “Game of Thrones” was one of the most brutal yet. Some major battles have brought some major deaths, including one that made dying look really, really cool.

Not as many major characters died this season as expected. Those deaths will probably come in the last six episodes of the series.

But there were some roastings, epic betrayals, and wights that ended lives in season seven.

Here is your guide to who died on “Game of Thrones” so far this season:


Obara Sand

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Time of death: Episode two, “Stormborn.”

Cause of death: In his attack on Yara’s fleet, Euron Greyjoy stabs the daughter of Oberyn Martell in the gut with a spear. By the end of the battle, her body is hanging from the ship, so she’s definitely dead.


Nymeria Sand

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Time of death: Episode two, “Stormborn.”

Cause of death: In Euron’s attack, he strangles Nymeria, who is a daughter of Oberyn (and not Arya Stark’s direwolf, who shares the same name). At the end of the battle, her body is also hanging from the ship.


Tyene Sand

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Time of death: Episode three, “The Queen’s Justice” (kind of).

Cause of death: Cersei locks Ellaria up in a dungeon with her daughter, Tyene, who she poisons the same way Ellaria poisoned Myrcella: with a kiss and a poison called “The Long Farewell.” So Ellaria has to watch her own daughter die a brutal death, and in another sick twist, decompose before her own eyes, and there’s nothing she can do about it.


Olenna Tyrell

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Time of death: Episode three, “The Queen’s Justice.”

Cause of death: Cersei wants to give Olenna a cruel death in King’s Landing, but Jaime convinces her otherwise, and he gives Olenna poison. But Olenna goes down memorably. Right after she drinks the poison, she confesses to Jaime that she was the one who poisoned Joffrey, and she wants Cersei to know it.


Eventually: Ellaria Sand

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Time of death: Unknown.

Cause of death: While we don’t see Ellaria die on screen, actress Indira Varma confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that this was her last appearance on the show. She’ll have a slow death rotting in the dungeons of the Red Keep, but fortunately we won’t see it.


An unknown, but large number of Lannister soldiers

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Time of death: Episode four, “The Spoils of War.”

Cause of death: Drogon breathes fire on the Lannister army, turning them into ash that blows away.


Randyll Tarly

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Time of death: Episode five, “Eastwatch.”

Cause of death: Randyll refuses to surrender and bend the knee to Daenerys Targaryen, despite his fluctuating loyalties and having seen the wrath of Drogon. Daenerys has Drogon burn him alive.


Dickon Tarly

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HBO

Time of death: Episode five, “Eastwatch.”

Cause of death: Dickon, like his father, refuses to surrender and bend the knee to Daenerys Targaryen. Daenerys has Drogon burn him alive.


Gold cloak guards

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Time of death: Episode five, “Eastwatch”.

Cause of death: Gendry slaughters them with his war hammer.


Zombie Polar Bear

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HBO

Time of death: Episode six, “Beyond the Wall.”

Cause of death: Zombie polar bear attacks Thoros of Myr, but Jorah Mormont takes it out for good after a tough fight.


Thoros of Myr

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Time of death: Episode six, “Beyond the Wall.”

Cause of death: After surviving a zombie bear attack, he freezes to death during the stand-off against the White Walkers and the Wights. His body is later burned.


Benjen Stark

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HBO

Time of death: Episode six, “Beyond the Wall.”

Cause of death: Uncle Benjen makes a triumphant return only to die literally seconds later when he sacrifices himself to the Wights so Jon can get back to Eastwatch on his horse.


Viserion

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Time of death: Episode six, “Beyond the Wall.”

Cause of death: The Night King throws an ice spear at him, but by the end of the episode he’s reincarnated as some kind of zombie ice dragon. Yikes.


Wight in a box

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Time of death: Episode seven, “The Dragon and the Wolf.”

Cause of death: The Hound splits it in half, and Jon Snow stabs it with dragonglass.


This Ironborn fellow who refuses to help Theon save his sister, Yara.

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Time of death: Episode seven, “The Dragon and the Wolf”

Cause of death: Theon bashes his head in.


Littlefinger/Lord Petyr Baelish

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Time of death: Episode seven, “The Dragon and the Wolf.”

Cause of death: Littlefinger finds himself unaware that he’s attending his own trial – and execution. Arya Stark slits his throat after the Stark children reveal his many, many crimes against their family and House Arryn.


Tormund’s men at Eastwatch

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Time of death: Episode seven, “The Dragon and the Wolf.”

Cause of death: The Night King rides a reborn Viserion and has him take down the wall with his new blue fire breathing magic. It looks like Tormund and Beric make it, but a lot of the men at Eastwatch die in the process.