List of All 165 'Game of Thrones' Characters Who Have Died Before Season 8 Premiere

Every Character to Die on 'Game of Thrones'
Rosabell Laurenti Sellers appears in "Game of Thrones." Find out which characters have died before Season 8 premieres on HBO on April 14, 2019. Macall B. Polay/courtesy of HBO

If there is anything HBO's award-winning hit series Game of Thrones has never lacked, it's death. The series started out on a bloody note in the very first episode when men of the night watch discovered bodies of a few wildlings North of the wall. When those wildlings were turned into White Walkers, causing one young lad to desert his post—an act punishable by death—he met his maker when Ned Stark, Lord of Winterfell, chopped his head off with one clean swipe.

The heads have been rolling on GOT ever since, and several more loved and cherished characters (and some not-so-loved and cherished ones) will likely meet similar fates when the series returns with its eighth and final season on April 14. Before fans start grieving the lives sure to be lost on Season 8, though, let's look back at all the deaths that brought us here so far.

Read on for Newsweek's complete list of every Game of Thrones character deaths, in no particular order, below.

Season 1

Waymar Royce: The Night's Watchman was one of the first to be killed on the show, and by a White Walker at that.

Gared: Another Night's Watchman killed by White Walkers in the very first episode of the show.

Will: A Night's Watch deserter, who witnessed his fellow ranger's deaths by White Walkers, was killed by Ned Stark, Lord of Winterfell, for abandoning his post at The Wall.

Mycah: The butcher's boy was just being a good friend to Arya Stark when he was sword practicing with her, but his life was cut short when Joffrey Baratheon and Sansa Stark arrive at the stream. Joffrey's bullying of Mycah and Arya's attack in response results in the young lad's death at the hand of The Hound.

Lady: Sansa's pet direwolf was killed by Ned in the aftermath of Joffrey and Arya's debacle.

Hugh of the Vale: Jon Arryn's former squire didn't get to spend much time in his new position as a knight, because he was killed during a jousting tournament by The Mountain, aka Gregor Clegane, shortly after his new appointment.

Wallen: Rule of thumb—don't be a wildling plotting to kidnap a little lord like Bran Stark or his big brother Robb Stark might kill you.

Stiv: If you threaten a little lord like Bran Stark, odds of being offed by Theon Greyjoy are also high.

Vardis Egen: A fight against Bronn is what put to this captain six feet under.

Wyl: The Stark soldier was killed by Jamie Lannister after Catelyn Stark captured his brother Tyrion Lannister.

Heward: Also killed by Jamie.

Willis Wode: While transporting Winterfell's prisoner Tyrion to the Vale of Arryn, Willis was attacked and murdered by tribesmen along the way.

Kurleket: The House Tully member died alongside Willis while taking Tyrion to the Vale.

Viserys Targaryen: Daenerys's cocky brother was so desperate to take the iron throne that he totally disrespected his sister in front of Khal Drogo, which got him nothing but with a crown of melted gold cooking his skull.

Mago: This Dothraki rider messed up big time when he called Khaleesi, aka Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, a whore in front of his chief and Khalasar leader Drogo. His smart mouth resulted in Drogo slitting his throat then pulling his tongue out through the neck wound. Ouch.

Qotho: Although he was only protesting the witchcraft Khaleesi was willing to do to save Khal Drogo, his insulting behavior in the process outweighed his efforts, thus leading to Jorah cutting him down completely and indefinitely.

Khal Drogo: The leader of the Dothraki was badly wounded in his fight against Mago, and the cut Mago delivered resulted in a nasty infection. Although Daenerys tried to save him by ordering a witch to perform black magic, the Khal still ended up in a brain dead state, causing Khaleesi to suffocate him.

Mirri Maz Durr: The witch was burned to death after using her magic to kill Daenerys's baby and leave the Khal stupefied.

Robert Baratheon: Ruler of the Seven Kingdoms, was wounded while (likely drunkenly) trying to hunt a wild boar. His injuries were too severe to recover from, so he dies just as Ned tries to tell him some super important information.

Varly: His attempt to protect Ned led to his ultimate demise.

Vayon Poole: After being warned by Ned to return to Winterfell, Vyon was tracked down by Lannister guards and killed.

Septa Mordane: Her attempts to save Sansa from Lannister Gold Cloaks resulted in her own death.

Jory Cassel: A good man who defended Ned Stark to the death, Jory was also killed by Jamie.

Syrio Forel: Arya's "dance instructor" fought to the death to keep her protected from Lannister guards.

Eddard Stark: Ned was a man of honor, and maybe that was his downfall. His diligence to get to the bottom of the true origin of Cersei's children resulted in his execution under Joffrey's command—although it's pretty clear Cersei had some influence in the decision.

Season 2

Barra Baratheon: The only thing the infant child did wrong was being the bastard child of King Robert, and for that, she was killed by Lannister soldiers.

Cressen: His attempt to kill the Red Woman, otherwise known as Milesandre, by poisoning her wine backfired. Instead, Cressens dies, but not before he realizes Milesandre is unaffected by the poison.

Rakharo: One of the few followers of Khaleesi, it's unclear exactly who killed him. All we know is the Mother of Dragons sent him off to find food and supplies but his horse returned with his head in a bag.

The Spice King: The leader of Qarth's council, The Thirteen, was killed by Pyat Pree's black magic.

Irri: A Dothraki servant to Daenerys, Irri was also killed by Pyat Pree.

Pyat Pree: Qarth's creepiest warlock had a quick yet fiery death. He was scorched by dragons belonging to the Unburnt, aka Daenerys, after trying to steal them.

Doreah: When you betray your queen—in this instance Khaleesi—on promises of riches that don't actually exist, there's a high probability of being locked in a vault and left to die. Greed doesn't get anyone anywhere, and Doreah learned that lesson with her life.

Xaro Xhoan Daxos: After bragging about being the richest man in Qarth with a vault filled with treasure, it's particularly amusing to see Khaleesi condemn Xaro to die in said vault, which is actually completely empty. It's hard to say he didn't deserve it after plotting to steal her dragons, though.

Lommy: Otherwise known as Lommy Greenhands, he was arrested for stealing and was headed to The Wall as a Night's Watch recruit when Gold Cloaks came looking for Gendry. Lommy was wounded by a bow arrow to the leg during the dispute and when he complains, Polliver, a Lannister soldier, drives Ayra's sword Needle through his throat.

Yoren: The Night's Watch recruiter cut down many men in his act to protect Arya and Gendry from the Gold Coats, but Amory Lorch got the upper hand and stabbed him through the back of his throat.

The Tickler: One of Sir Gregor Clegane's trusted soldiers was the first to die as part of Jaqen H'ghar's debt repayment to Arya Stark—three lives for the ones she robbed from the Many-Faced God. Valar Morghulis!

Amory Lorch: Yet another victim of Jaqen and Arya's pact, Amory suffered a poison dart after threatening to tell Tywin Lannister of Arya's true identity.

Renly Baratheon: The would-be king was negotiating a deal of peace with Catelyn, on behalf of Robb, when a puff of black smoke in the shape of the man entered his tent and stabbed him in the chest. His knight, Brienne of Tarth, is initially blamed for killing him but a sorceress was behind the death.

Alton Lannister: Sadly, Alton had to die in order for Jamie to escape from the Stark family prison. Only making the situation worse, it was Jamie who killed him.

Torrhen Karstark: The young House Stark soldier was strangled to death by Jamie his escape.

Tom: The House Stark soldier was killed by Brienne of Tarth after he recognized Jamie.

Maege Mormont: The head of House Mormont died while fighting for Robb Stark during the epic War of the Five Kings.

Mandon Moore: A member of the Kingsguard, Moore was killed when Poddrick Payne, Tyrion Lannister's squire, drove a lance through the back of his head.

Mathhos Seaworth: The son of Davos was just trying to defend his king, Stannis, when he was killed in Cersei's wildfire trap during the Blackwater Bay raid at King's Landing.

Drennan: A quick and clean slit to the throat by Osha is what killed this Theon sympathizer.

Rennick: The Lannister soldier was mauled to death by Robb's direwolf.

The High Septon: The holy man was outside of the Red Keep during riots in Kings Landing when he was killed in the mix-up.

Qhorin Halfhand: In an act to help hide Jon Snow's true loyalty to the Night's Watch from their wildling captors, the longtime ranger plotted a duel and convinced Jon to kill him in the fight so Jon could have a stronger standing with the wildlings.

Rodrik Cassel: A man of the north, Rodrik was killed by Theon during his so-called raid on Winterfell.

Lewin: The Maester of House Stark, Lewin was doing his duty to the family of the north and protecting Bran and Rickon when he was stabbed by one of the Greyjoy soldiers during Theon's coupe.

Season 3

Craster: The fact that Craster, a member of the Free Folk, devoutly impregnated his own daughters while sacrificing his all of his sons to the Night King makes it particularly challenging to mourn his death. He was killed by young Night's Watch ranger Karl, who slit his throat after he drunkenly tried to strike up a fight.

Jeor Mormont: The Lord Commander was betrayed by his own troops at Craster's house after Karl struck up a revolution. Jeor was stabbed in the back by a ranger but still managed to nearly strangle a man before he took his last breath.

Skinner: The Greyjoy guard was one of Ramsay Bolton's many kills.

Willem Lannister: The squire is captured then slaughtered by Rickard Karstack.

Martyn Lannister: He was also captured with his brother Willem and killed by Rickard.

Rickard Karstark: Poor Richard was only trying to seek vengeance for the death of his son Torrhen, but when he killed two Lannister kids and insulted then King of the North Robb Stark, all he got was a fate similar to that of his child's.

Ros: The Winterfell prostitute was surviving well in King's Landing until she crossed Little Linger. He set her up to service King Joffrey, who used her to test out his new crossbow during a live kill.

Kraznys mo Nakloz: The Astapor slave trader was yet another sizzled by one of Daenerys dragon during the Sack of Astapor.

Greizhen mo Ullhor: Like Kraznys, Greizhen was also killed—the only difference is that the "good master" slave trader is murdered by Daenery's Unsullied army.

Prendahl na Ghezn: Killed by his own lieutenant, Daario Naharis, after the three conspired to assassinate Daenerys.

Mero: Also killed by Daario for plotting to murder Daenerys.

Joyeuse Erenford: Walder Frey's newest wife was sliced in the throat by Catelyn Stark during the infamous Red Wedding.

Talisa Stark: Robb broke his promise to marry Walder Frey's daughter by wedding Talisa instead, resulting in perhaps the more horrific murder scene in GOT history. While celebrating Robb's uncle's marriage to Walder's daughter, Talisa was stabbed in her pregnant belly multiple times by opposing soldiers.

Robb Stark: You can't help who you love, but that doesn't mean it won't cost you. It certainly did for Robb, who not only witnessed his own bride get stabbed to death—and subsequently the child she was carrying—but he was also stabbed and killed too.

Catelyn Stark: The Stark family matriarch at least managed to kill Walder's unsuspecting bride before a guard killed her too.

Grey Wind: Robb's beloved direwolf was shot with arrows in the aftermath of the Red Wedding.

Wendel Manderly: After the Red Wedding slaughter, for which he betrayed Robb, Ser Wendel was killed with a shot to the back of his head.

Season 4

Joffrey Baratheon: This little runt of a king choked to death by poison on his own wedding day.

Polliver: A Lannister army man, Polliver's doomsday was a long-awaited one for young Arya. While in the care of The Hound, Arya got her first kill with the sword gifted to her by her late father Ned Stark after they encountered Polliver and his men at a rest spot.

Lowell: The Lannister soldier wouldn't make a deal for a chicken with The Hound, so, in true Sandor Clegane fashion, he killed him.

Karl Tanner: The former Night's Watch ranger had a history muddled in bad behavior, including the death of his own commander Jeor Mormont. His mutiny resulted in his head getting chopped off by fellow Night's Watch brethren Jon Snow.

Rast: After joining Karl's mutiny against the Night's Watch, Rast was killed by Jon Snow's beloved direwolf Ghost.

Styr: One of the many wildlings to fall prey to Jon Snow's ax.

Locke: He tried to kidnap Bran, so the young lord did what he needed to do and broke that man's neck.

Rorge: Two seasons before his death, the bandit Rorge threatened to "f**k you bloody" in reference to Arya, but it was he who would bleed when the youngest Stark daughter pierced him in the heart with her beloved Needle.

Biter: Friend of Rorge. Bit The Hound. Would never bite another man again.

Kegs: A member of the Night's Watch, the ranger is killed by a gaggle of wildlings during a brothel invasion.

Mully: Also killed by wildlings at the brother with Kegs.

Jack Bulwer: The third Night's Watchman killed by wildlings at the brothel.

Guymon: Eaten by those bloodthirsty wildlings!

The Lord of Bones: This wildling raider's infamous skull helmet and armor made of bones couldn't save him from the beat down Tormund delivered.

Mag Mar Tun Doh Weg: Also referred to as Mag the Mighty, the wildling giant, was killed by six Night's Watchmen as they held the gate during a wildling raid.

Grenn: Jon Snow's pal and a fellow Night's Watch comrades held down the gate of The Wall with five other fighters. He lost his life keeping The Wall safe by defeating a giant.

Dongo: The wildling giant is killed during Mance Rayder's raid on Castle Black.

Smitty: A soldier who died at the Battle of Castle Black.

Cooper: Yet another soldier to die during the Battle of Castle Black while killing a giant.

Donnel Hill: This solider also died while killing a giant at Castle Black.

Pypar: The Night's Watchman was shot with an arrow by the wildling that would eventually become Jon Snow's girlfriend of sorts, Ygritte.

Oznak zo Pahl: The great warrior of Mareen challenged Daario when he arrived at the city's gates with Daenerys and lost.

Mossador: The former Mareen slave's head was cut off by Daario after he killed a Harpy's son without Daenerys's permission.

Ygritte: Jon Snow's lover died with an arrow shot to the back by little crow, Olly.

Lysa Arryn: Jealousy got the best of Catelyn's sister, who was pushed through the Moon Door to her death by Little Finger, Lord Petyr Baelish.

Ralf Kenning: He wouldn't surrender to House Bolton, so one of his fellow Ironborn struck him and surrendered to the Boltons anyway.

Adrack Humble: His decision to strike Ralf and surrender to Ramsay really didn't matter since he was killed by the Bolton heir shortly after anyway.

Axell Florent: Stannis killed his own brother-in-law when he refused to renounce the Seven and follow Melisandre's Lord of Light.

Dontos Hollard: Once Sansa reached Little Finger's boat during her escape from King's Landing, Dontos, who helped her avoid capture at Joffrey's deadly wedding, was shot on the spot.

Tansy: When Ramsay Bolton (then Ramsay Snow) got bored with his bed warmers, he often killed them. In this particular instance, which may have also been fueled by his mistress Myranda's jealousy, Ramsay tells Tansy if she can make it running out of the woods she "wins." Of course, that doesn't happen. She's shot in the leg by Myranda and then fed to Ramsay's dogs.

Jojen Reed: Bran, Hodor, Summer, Meera and her brother Jojen were nearly at the Three-Eyed Raven's tree when suddenly, White Walkers emerged from under the snow. They all nearly got away until one of the wights took a knife and stabbed Jojen repeatedly. When Leaf emerged, she used her magic to set Jojen's body on fire to prevent him from also being turned into a wight.

Oberyn Martell: The Red Viper almost killed The Mountain, but he was a little arrogant and that sealed his fate. Just when he thought he was safe from the fight, Ser Gregor Clegane mustered up his remaining super strength to crush Oberyn's skull with his bare hands. Brutal.

Shae: Although Shae already hurt Tyrion by lying on the stand during his trial for Joffrey's murder, she completely broke his heart when he discovered her lying in his father's bed. Not to mention, referring to old Tywin Lannister as her "lion." She paid for her heartless treachery with her with a crossbow to her own heart.

Tywin Lannister: He was never good to his youngest son Tyrion, but framing him for Joffrey's murder, then taking the woman Tyrion loved to bed led this old man to be shot in the chest with a crossbow while he was helplessly taking a dump.

Season 5

White Rat: Although he was an Unsullied fighter, White Rat liked to frequent brothels just for snuggles. His desire for cuddling resulted in his death when a prostitute betrayed him and told the Sons of the Harpy he'd be there.

Myranda: The supremely psycho lover of equally sadistic and insane Ramsay was thrown off a rampart by Theon, who Myranda previously castrated.

Meryn Trant: The knight paid the ultimate price when he was killed by an underage prostitute he hired, which happened to be a girl with no name, better known as Arya.

Janos Slynt: The ex-Commander of King's Landing City Watch refused to acknowledge Jon as the new Lord Commander of the Night's Watch and it cost him his life.

Karsi: The wildling fighter had the rightful problem of not being able to kill children, even ones that were already turned into White Walkers. Because of this, she was killed by the children undead and was eventually turned into a wight too.

Loboda: The wildling was killed by a White Walker.

Mance Rayder: The king of the Free Folk sentenced to death by fire for not bending the knee to Stannis. While at the stake, burning, Jon shot him in the heart with an arrow to take him out of his misery.

Gordy: The House Bolton solider died in the Battle of Winterfell when he got too ambitious and tried to take Stannis out.

Simpson: His attempt to kill Stannis during the Battle of Winterfell also resulted in his own death.

Ghita: Arya was only trying to do Ghita a favor when she poisoned the terminally ill 10-year-old.

Hizdahr zo Loraq: Daenerys's almost-second husband was stabbed by the Sons of the Harpy.

Barristan Selmy: Like the many great warriors before him, Barristan died in combat while fighting sons of the Harpy.

Myrcella Baratheon: Although it seemed as if she was headed home to safety, sweet Myrcella died in Jamie's arms—poisoned by Ellaria Sand—just moments after telling Jamie she knew about his incestuous relationship with her mother Cersei.

Maester Aemon Targaryen: While he had one of the least violent deaths of the entire series, it was still a sad day when Aemon died of old age in his bed.

Shireen Baratheon: Despite being locked in a tower most of her life due to her mother's hatred and greyscale disease, sweet Shireen was burned at the stake at Melisandre's request. The Red Woman believed the young teen would make a nice sacrifice for good luck in battle, and Shireen's father Stannis obliged.

Selyse Baratheon: The wife of Stannis Baratheon hung herself after allowing Melisandre to burn her daughter at the stake for the Lord of Light.

Stannis Baratheon: Melisandre's sorcery finally came to bite Stannis. After allowing the Red Woman to burn his daughter at the stake for the Lord of Light, leading to his wife's suicide and Melisandre's desertion, he goes through with plans to fight Ramsay in battle. When he's seriously wounded, it's Brienne who ends up killing him as retribution for Renly, who was killed by Melisandre's black smoke ghost.

Season 6

Brother Ray: This peaceful and calm presence of a man, who brought The Hound to religion, was killed by a gang of bandits.

Lem Lemoncloak: After virtually slaughtering an entire village of people with his thieving troupe of outlaws, including Brother Ray, Lem paid the ultimate debt with his own life thanks to The Hound.

Areo Hotah: The captain of the Martell guard and Prince Doran Martell's personal protector, Areo was stabbed and poisoned by Tyene Sand.

Doran Martell: The Prince of Dorne was stabbed by Ellaria Sand during Ellaria's rebellion.

Trystane Martell: While mourning the death of Myrcella, the Dorne prince was killed by his cousins during Ellaria's coupe.

Leaf: When the Children of the Forest turned the Night King into the first White Walker to stop man's war on their land, Leaf had no clue it would eventually result in her having to make the ultimate sacrifice by blowing herself to smithereens to save men—specifically Bran, Hodor and Meera—from the very thing she created those thousands of years ago.

The Three-Eyed Raven: After guiding Bran's journey essentially from the beginning of the series, the Three-Eyed Raven's mortality finally came to an end when White Walkers invaded the tree.

Summer: Bran's direwolf sacrificed herself to the wights so that her master could return escape.

Hodor: In an act of valiance, Hodor was killed by White Walkers as he was ordered to "hold the door" to prevent them from getting to Bran and Meera.

Balon Greyjoy: The father of Yara and Theon Greyjoy was killed by his little brother Euron, who—up until that point in the show—was presumed to be dead.

Smalljon Umber: Perhaps it was Tormund's bite of the neck that killed Smalljon, or it could have been the way Tormund viciously pulled out his throat that finished him. More than likely it was both those actions—plus a stab to the forehead—that caused his eternal sleep.

Wun Weg Wun Dar Wun: Commonly known as Wun Wun, the Free Folk giant took out plenty of men during the Battle of the Bastards. Unfortunately, Ramsay's shot to the eye ended his watch alongside Jon officially.

Moro: The Dothraki leader burned to death once called Khaleesi the "queen of nothing." He was cooked in a big temple Daenerys set on fire along with several other Dothraki's that refused to bend the knee.

Alliser Thorne: The Master-at-Arms of the Night's Watch was never a fan of Jon Snow, so it wasn't all that surprising when he plotted to have Jon killed just as he was named the new Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. It's Jon who ends up having the last laugh though when he comes back from the dead and has Alliser hanged for treason.

Olly: Jon was rather fond of Olly, and at first, it seemed as though the Night Watch kiddo looked up to him too. He basically wrapped the noose around his own neck the moment he decided to switch sides on Jon.

Lady Crane: Arya couldn't kill the actress as she was instructed by Jaqen but the nameless Waif could, and she did. After Arya fails to see the assassination through, the Waif slit's Lady Cane's throat and finishes the job.

The Waif: After torturing Arya all season long, the Waif got a deadly taste of her own medicine when Arya stabbed her in the dark with Needle.

Roose Bolton: Ramsay couldn't allow another child to take his place as the heir to House Bolton, especially not his father's new son with wife Walda. Not to mention, there was probably a slither of him that always wanted to kill his dad for whatever treatment he received for initially being a Snow. So, Ramsay killed him by stabbing him in the chest.

Walda Bolton: Not long after her step-son killed her husband, she was also killed—with her baby—by her Ramsay's savage dogs.

Shaggydog: Rickon Stark's beloved pet direwolf was presented to Ramsay with his head on a stick.

Osha: The former wildling was always rather crafty, but her tricks didn't work in her favor when she tried to seduce and kill Ramsay. She couldn't outsmart the Bolton bastard, though, and ended up being stabbed in the neck and left to bleed to death on the floor.

Rickon: He was so close to being reunited with at least one member of his family—Jon Snow—but Rickon could not outrun Ramsay's arrow as he raced towards his brother during the start of the epic Battle of the Bastards.

Brynden Tully: The leader of House Tully went down fighting for his land.

Lothar Frey: Baked in a pie and served to his own father by none other than Arya.

Walder Rivers: Old Black Walder was baked in the same pie as his brother, compliments of chef Arya.

Walder Frey: Revenge tastes like kiddie-pie for old man Walder. He took a big bite of a meat pie made with his sons's body parts before Arya revealed herself—and the pie ingredients—to him right before slitting his throat.

Ramsay Bolton: A classic tale of what goes around, comes back around. The rather murderous Lord Bolton had a cruel penchant for feeding humans to his starving hounds. He probably never thought a day would come when he'd be the one they would devour, and on Sansa's orders at that.

High Sparrow: After everything High Sparrow put Cersei through, it was a sure thing he would die a fiery death, and he did. He was lit up in green flames and burned to a crisp during the explosion of the Great Sept of Balor along with all of his sparrows and a slew of other people.

Loras Tyrell: The House Tyrell heir was one of the many to die in the Great Sept fire.

Margaery Tyrell: King Tommen's wife was also standing judgment at the Great Sept when the building was flooded with wildfire.

Kevan Lannister: Killed during the Great Sept tragedy.

Mace: Another! Dead!

Lancel Lannister: Scorched, toast, whatever you'd like to call it.

Grand Maester Pycelle: His assassination was orchestrated by Qyburn, although—no doubt about it—Cersei was likely ultimately behind Pycelle's killing in some fashion. He was stabbed repeatedly by a gaggle of little birds, aka child spies.

Tommen Baratheon: The little king likely would have made a better one than his brother Joffrey, but he simply could not bear to live after watching the great destruction of the Great Sept. So he jumped out the window to his death.

Season 7

Randyll Tarly: Sentenced to death by dragon fire after refusing to bend the knee to Daenerys.

Dickon Tarly: Like his father, Dickon refused to bend the knee to Daenerys. So he was set ablaze by her beloved dragon Drogon.

Olena Tyrell: The head honcho of House Tyrell, Olena took a sip of Jamie's poison and died, but not before she confessed to her role in Joffrey's murder.

Ser Pounce: Fans never got to actually see what happened to King Tommen's cat. However, showrunner David Benioff revealed the feline did die shortly after Tommen took his life. "Cersei hated the name 'Ser Pounce' so much she could not allow him to survive," Benioff told Entertainment Weekly. "So she came up with her most diabolical [murder]. Se Pounce's death was so horrible we couldn't even put it on the air."

Thoros of Myr: The Red Priest aided Jon and others in capturing a live White Walker. However, during their rest stop on the journey back to The Wall, Thoros froze to death in his sleep.

Benjen Stark: Jon's uncle sacrificed himself to prevent Jon from being killed by wights.

Viserion: Daenerys's dragon was shot down with an ice spear by the Night King before he is turned into a dragon wight.

Obara Sand: Ellaria's oldest daughter was stabbed in the stomach by Euron after he ransacked Yara Greyjoy's ship.

Nymeria Sand: Ellaria's middle child suffered a fate similar to that of her sister's.

Tyene Sand: Unlike her sisters, Tyene was taken captive by Cersei. She was poisoned and left to die, in shackles, while her mother was forced to live and watch.

Ellaria Sand: It's unclear when exactly the Sand queen died. She was last left locked in a dungeon to watch her youngest child die by poisoning as an act of Cersei's revenge. It's assumed she was left to die in the dungeon considering Indira Varma, who played Ellaria, confirmed episode 3 was her last.

Little Finger: Petyr Baelish's conniving finally got the best of him. He managed to out-sneak and outsmart a lot of individuals in the GOT universe, but he was no match for Sansa and Arya Stark. After trying him for several treasonous acts, he was condemned to death, leading Arya to slit his throat.