Fine, he's technically a Night's Watch deserter. But you probably should've listened to his warnings about the White Walkers before you took the guy's head off, Ned.
91. White Rat
White Rat is killed while visiting a brothel, which makes little sense, considering he's an Unsullied. But it turns out he regularly pays a prostitute just to hold him and hum -- and she sells him out to the Sons of the Harpy like a monster.
Irri is one of Daenerys' first Dothraki confidants, but she's killed pretty unceremoniously in Season 2, when Pyat Pree steals the dragons. And Daenerys is way more distraught about the dragon part. Cool friendship.
89. Matthos Seaworth
Man, Davos just can't catch a break. As if constantly fielding the scorn of royal morons wasn't enough, the Lannisters' wildfire trap in Blackwater Bay took out his beloved son Matthos -- and somehow, Stannis managed to be a huge dick about that, too.
For such a young girl, Arya has seen a lot of friends die. Lommy's death was especially rough, since the man who did the deed (Polliver) stole her sword for the task. The silver lining is Lommy inadvertently spared Gendry -- and inspired one of Arya's best acts of revenge.
87. Ser Pounce
After sweet Tommen's death by window suicide, Cersei couldn't bear to have any reminders of her son left in the castle -- or so the showrunners say when it comes to the fate of Ser Pounce. Tommen's beloved feline couldn't be allowed to live, and his death was "so horrible we couldn’t even put it on the air," David Benioff said.
The Dothraki leader was the most prominent of the Khals killed in Daenerys' big tent BBQ. Sure, he got a few funny lines during his brief time on the show, but he was mostly an irritating oaf, a clearly about-to-die obstacle in Dany's waltz towards world domination. Feel the burn, Moro!
85. Septa Mordane
She saved Sansa from the Lannister soldiers, and all she got was her head on a spike.
84. Axell Florent
It's pretty messed up that Stannis burns his own brother-in-law just for having some issues with Melisandre's theology, but Stannis has a much more horrifying sacrifice coming later on.
Olly's dad seemed nice. Too bad the wildlings decided to eat him.
82. Alliser Thorne
The Master at Arms of Castle Black was a real stick in the mud, and he conspired to get Jon Snow killed. Surprise: Jon Snow was not happy about this when he got back. You might even say Alliser was a Thorne in Jon's side -- actually, you wouldn't say that, 'cause you're not a monster.