CAUSE OF DEATH | Fell to his death in a battle with his brother Gregor, aka “The Mountain” — but at least he took Gregor with him. EPITAPH | Definitely our favorite of the two Clegane brothers, The Hound made an impressive turn from heel to hero… and any friend of Arya’s is a friend of ours.
Why did Arya let the Hound die?
She just wants to avenge her family. And to her he no longer needed to be in the list. To many leaving him there can be perceived as cruel but to her it was letting him live, it was giving him mercy because killing him is no longer her goal. Let’s not forget Arya is Cat’s daughter.
Does the Hound die in Season 8?
The Hound and The Mountain // Died in “The Bells,” Season 8, Episode 5. Everyone knew that Cleganebowl was coming. While Daenerys was busy burning King’s Landing and its many innocent citizens, The Hound set out to find his brother, The Mountain—and Cleganebowl commenced.
Is the Hound in love with Arya?
The Hound falls in love with Joffrey’s betrothed, Arya’s sister Sansa, enchanted by her innocence and romantic dreams. When he decides to abdicate his position during the Battle of the Blackwater, she’s the last one he visits. On the road, he runs into the Brotherhood without Banners, who have Arya.
Is the Hound in love with Sansa?
In the books, the Hound also had a more overt attraction to Sansa. When he asks her to leave with him and she refuses, he kisses her—and at knifepoint, demands a song for her. No wonder a child wouldn’t want to travel with someone so sexually threatening.
Who does Arya Stark marry?
|Artwork by John Picacio©|
|Born||In 289 AC (age 11), at Winterfell|
|Spouse(s)||Lord Ramsay Bolton (allegedly)|
|Father||Lord Eddard Stark|
|Mother||Lady Catelyn Tully|
Does the hound actually die?
Sandor Clegane, also known as the Hound, is a sworn sword of House Lannister and the protector of the young Prince Joffrey Baratheon. He is the younger brother of Ser Gregor Clegane. He is left for dead by Arya Stark along the banks of the Trident from a wound sustained in a small skirmish; his fate is unknown.