Which Game of Thrones Character Are You?

In the Game of Thrones, each piece – be it a King, a knight, or a pawn - bleeds the same. Which piece are you?

Westeros is a cruel place. Like the Iron Throne that rules over its Seven Kingdoms, it’s a land made from clashing swords and dripping blood, and forged by dragonfire.

Naturally, such a place breeds people of exceptional quality from the frigid North to the sunny Reach – whether they’re master swordsmen, brilliant military commanders, genius diplomats, charismatic rulers, or bloodied killers. You might even identify with some of them!

With your personality, traits, and ideals, which Game of Thrones character are you? Are you suitable as a Khaleesi or Lord of the Night’s Watch? Will you be a Kingsguard or a Faceless One? How will you rise above Westeros’ many dangers to sit on the Iron Throne? Take this quiz to find out, and remember…

When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die.

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Who Are You In Game Of Thrones?


What is your most powerful attribute?

Pick the colors for your personal flag

As your friends hold a feast in your honor, you make a toast to…

Rumors say another war is brewing – who would be your biggest enemy?

You prepare for the conflict by…

Do you like fighting?

In the real world, your favourite films are…

As a general rule, you’re…

What keeps you from winning the Game of Thrones?

How would you rule the people?

Your House heads off to war. Your first move is to…

As the battle rages, whispers come that the dead are invading up North…

After a gruelling fight with the dead, you win. Where’s the best place to relax?

As you grow older, you leave your successor a favourite lesson…

Which Game of Thrones Character Are You?
You are Daenerys Targaryen!

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Like Dany, you’re probably no stranger to being looked down on, ridiculed, and underestimated – but cheap insults won’t stop your rise to the top. Fiery and assertive, you’re a leader that can inspire hope to the people around you. You likely have grand ambitions of how the world should be. Although you can be sensible, you also enjoy the passionate, grandiose side of life, and value raw power.
You are Tyrion Lannister!

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Be it wine, women or entertainment, you and Tyrion enjoy the finer things in life. You embody the work ethic of working hard and playing hard, being serious when needed and being flat-out wasted in your free time. For you, knowledge truly is power. You’re often the cooler head in a conflict between friends. With your wit, you can turn any situation to your advantage.
You are Cersei Lannister!

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Cersei and you are cold, calculating creatures who enjoy wielding power, as well as looking good. Some vanity aside, you have a knack for reading other people and creating opportunities for your team. You’re also very good at hiding secrets. People might be intimidated by your abilities, but all the better that they keep their distance out of fear and respect.
You are Arya Stark!

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Much like Arya, you’re fiercely independent and enjoy discovering things on your own. You’re often the pioneer, the first one to undertake a new and difficult task, since you’re naturally curious and good at thinking on your feet. You’re also likely willed and intolerant of being treated unfairly. While being mentally tough, you can hold grudges for a long time, but even those won’t stop you from enjoying quality time with your friends.
You are Jon Snow!

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Firm, reliable, and loyal to a fault – when it comes to looking out for friends or loved ones, you’re just like our favorite Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch. You can be aloof and lonely at times, but your heart and mind is always set on fulfilling your duty, whether to family, friends, or work.
You are Ramsay Bolton!

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Ramsay and you share a wide imagination. You’re creative and spontaneous enough to easily come up with ideas and act on them. You also have a knack for psychology and getting into other people’s heads – making you good at empathizing with friends, and frightening at messing your enemies. You likely also enjoy getting your hands dirty at work.
You are Margaery Tyrell!

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Wherever you go, you fill the space with the warmth and kindness befitting the Lady of Highgarden. Approachable and genuine, you can easily get people on your side. Such charisma is your most potent weapon, and behind the smile, you’re cunning and clever enough to get what you want. Even a rose has thorns, however; in conflict, you’re out there ensuring no harm comes to you and your team.
You are Jaime Lannister!

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On one hand (pun tragically intended), you can be arrogant and smug. On the other hand, that’s just because you know how good you are, just as Jaime is good with a sword. You can be reasonable and even diplomatic, but also know when to put someone in their place. You’re likely family-oriented, and relish time spent with loved ones. Few people have your capacity to go to such lengths to protect the people you care for.

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About our GoT Character Personality Quiz

Game of Thrones did its part in reinventing TV shows with its gruesome storyline and gripping character drama. Running for eight seasons, the series brought George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels to life, which makes the death of each notable character feel real and visceral.

GoT is one of the most popular shows to have graced our screens. From the frigid keep of Winterfell to the dusty, war-torn plains of Essos, we’ve clung onto the thrilling plot driven by characters such as the lovable Daenerys, the grim Jon Snow, the sharp-tongued Tyrion Lannister, and even the despicably entertaining Joffrey Baratheon.

Fans get hooked to the show for many reasons – one big reason is the pure power fantasy of killing, bribing, seducing, threatening and scheming your way to the top of Westeros’ hierarchy. You can witness how physically frail, but book-smart people like Littlefinger and Varys can become feared and respected, and at the same time watch how warriors born for killing are reduced to fat slobs like King Robert.

If you’re ever interested in learning how people’s personalities are shaped – through their relationships with family and friends, childhood traumas, physical appearance, culture and locality – the show offers tons of insightful stories. How would a skilled warrior cope with losing his sword hand? What does it take for a bastard to rise to greatness? With so many notable players with their own unique story arcs, you might even wonder - which Game of Thrones character are you?

Well, with this quiz, we’ll plunge you deep into the heart of Westeros and let you envision just exactly how you would act if your House was beset with political intrigue, hostile clansmen, rival armies, and supernatural terrors. Try to have fun!

FAQ About GoT Characters

How many ASOIAF books are there?

George R.R. Martin has currently churned out five instalments to the series – A Game of Thrones (1996), A Clash of Kings (1998), A Storm of Swords (2000), A Feast For Crows (2005), and A Dance with Dragons (2011). Two more books are on the way – The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring. Fans – tired but hopeful – usually joke about Martin’s procrastination in publishing TWOW.

Is Tyrion a Targaryen?

It’s no secret that Tywin Lannister hated his son Tyrion – the child that killed his mother, Joanna, when he was born. A popular fan theory has claimed that Tyrion is actually Joanna’s child with a Targaryen, possibly Rhaegar, leading to Tywin’s atrocities in King’s Landing during Robert’s Rebellion. No official word from GRRM has confirmed this theory, and it will likely be proven false, if ever mentioned.

What is the strongest House in GOT?

At the start of the novels, it’s believed that the Baratheons, Tyrells and Lannisters were the strongest – the first simply because they were the royal house. However, the Baratheon force is split with Stannis and Renly, who are vying for the Iron Throne. The last two were the most populous regions, using their vast wealth to field well-equipped and professionally-trained armies. By ADWD, Tywin’s death had weakened the Lannisters and the Greyjoys had risen thanks to Euron’s mysterious return.

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