|Occupation||Night's Watch Ranger|
|First Appearance||The Lost Lords|
|Last Appearance||Sons of Winter or |
The Ice Dragon (Determinant)
|Death Episode||A Nest of Vipers (Alive) (Determinant), The Ice Dragon (Wight) (Determinant)|
|Cause of Death||Stabbed by a Wight (A Nest of Vipers), Burned by Gared Tuttle (The Ice Dragon)|
|Status||Determinant (Dead or Alive)|
|Series lifespan||The Lost Lords to Sons of Winter or |
The Lost Lords to The Ice Dragon (Determinant)
|“||Anything can be killed!||”|
— Finn attacking a Wight
Finn is a main character and ranger at the Night's Watch. He originates from the area around Raventree Hall, controlled by House Blackwood in the Riverlands - meaning he follows the Old Gods . He was sent to the Wall because he killed a lordling of House Piper.
Finn is a bully with a huge sense of entitlement. He pushes other recruits around thinking that he is the best of the best and feels like he can get away with whatever he wants. Later on, however, it appears that this is a front to hide his fear of the lands beyond the Wall. He is shown to think that no one cares about him, but Gared can say he'd help if Finn stopped being so aggressive.
Game Of Thrones Edit
Finn is first seen once Frostfinger says a few words. He tells Gared that he's in his spot and then he tells him that he was sent to the Wall because he killed a lordling of a house because he was married to a girl he used to have sexual intercourse with. He threatens Gared saying, "Next time I say move, you'd best fucking move."
Cotter stands next to them and asks them to be quiet and tells them he was sent to the wall for stealing potatoes.
Later on, Finn messes with Gared while he's testing his strength. Cotter lets Gared know that he stole Finn's knife and Finn later realizes its gone and confronts Cotter. Gared and Finn get into a fight and Finn isn't seen after that scene.
At the wall, Frostfinger assigns the new recruits positions in the Watch. If Gared snitched on Cotter, Finn will be pleased with him while Cotter will be annoyed. Frostfinger tells the recruits that Finn and Gared are to be Rangers, while Cotter becomes a Builder. He tells the northerners to follow his lead to a weirwood tree beyond the Wall to take their vows.
On the way to the tree, Jon is glad to see that Gared will become a ranger, but suggests he make up with whichever brother he scorned during the debacle with Finn's knife - if he covered for Cotter, he will have to make up with Finn. If Gared befriends his peer, Jon will say he handled it well, then watches as the three of them take their vows.
Gared reunites with his Uncle Duncan. Once the visit is over, Finn and Cotter question him about their conversation, but Gared is secretive. The three of them celebrate becoming men of the Watch, entering the elevator to head for the top of the Wall.
Gared later walks over to Cotter and Finn and talks about going to Craster's. Cotter reveals that he took the North Grove map from him, while Finn walks off because of his disbelief of the North Grove, dismissing the grove as a children's story.
Atop the wall, Finn speaks with Gared atop the wall about Cotter. Finn leaves while Britt arrives. He attacks Gared, after fighting with Britt - Gared gets the choice to 'leave him', 'make him suffer', or to kick him off the wall. Either way ends up Britt dying. Finn witnesses this and runs off.
Finn makes himself known while Gared is being questioned about Britt's death by Frostfinger. Depending on their relationship, Finn will either blame Gared or say that he was merely defending himself. Frostfinger will disregard his opinion for the most part, throwing Gared in a cell no matter what Finn says.
If Gared and Finn are on bad terms, Finn will not appear while Gared and Cotter desert Castle Black. If they are on good terms, however, they will cross paths during the escape. Finn will hand Gared a sword, saying he has to come with them otherwise Frostfinger will think he had a part in their escape. Gared can leave him behind or bring him with them.
Finn stays behindEdit
Finn criticizes Gared for leaving him behind over trusting Cotter. Finn tells the two that he will give the two a moment to escape before he sounds the alarm. He is never seen for the rest of the game. It is unknown what becomes of him after this, or what Frostfinger decides to do about Finn.
Finn goes with Gared and CotterEdit
When the group arrive at the weirwood tree, Finn will tell them he's broken plenty of vows in his lifetime, the Night's Watch vows are just more to add to the list. The three depart quickly as they hear bells ringing in the distance, signifying that the Watch knows they've escaped.
While traveling, Cotter remarks that Finn has eaten most of their food. When they come across the Wildling, Finn's first instinct is to attack. He reacts with shock when Cotter tells him he is a Wildling and might be able to diffuse the situation, but his reaction is more toned down if Gared told him atop the Wall in Episode 3. When they get into a fight Finn has Gared's back but does not kill anyone himself.
Finn is in a more aggravated mood for the rest of the episode, unable to trust Cotter. Upon reaching the abandoned hunting camp he departs to secure the area and make sure it's not a trap, but Gared soon works out it's actually inhabited. Sylvi catches Gared by surprise and threatens to attack him, but Finn intervenes and draws his sword - Sylvi is notably more panicked if Finn is present. Cotter, injured but able to walk, diffuses the situation and introduces Sylvi as his sister.
Finn only appears in this episode if Gared agreed to have him join the escape. Finn paces around Sylvi's camp, unwilling to associate with the Wildlings or Gared. When Sylvi tells him he's freezing and should sit by the fire, Finn tells her not to worry about him and that someone should keep watch.
Later, while Sylvi and Gared are hunting, Finn yells for Gared's help - only for the latter to find out that Wights are attacking the camp. Gared tries to kill one but does not succeed, yelling about how they can't be killed. Finn retorts that anything can be killed and launches an attack on one of the Wights, but is skewered by its spear and pinned to a tree. Gared tries to help him but has to run to help Cotter.
When Sylvi, Gared and Cotter are somewhat safe, they look for Finn but he has already died.
If Cotter and Gared left the Wall with Finn, then Finn will reappear as a Wight while fighting with Gregor's twin bastards. Gared will eventually burn his body.
If Finn is told to stay behind, a different Wight will appear, being the same build as Finn. See image on the right.
- Wildling Wight (determinant)
- Gared Tuttle (determinant)
Killed Victims Edit
- Lordling of House Piper
- Barbara (Determinant)
|Season One appearances|
|Iron From Ice||The Lost Lords||The Sword in the Darkness||Sons of Winter||A Nest of Vipers||The Ice Dragon|
- Finn's appearance in A Nest of Vipers and The Ice Dragon is determinant.
Finn and Gared do not get along well. They first meet while Gared is standing in Finn's 'spot', which sets them up for a poor relationship. Finn later messes with Gared and teases him while he is demonstrating his combat skills, trying to force him to fail. The two get in a fight over Finn's knife, which has been stolen, and both end up being punished. In "The Sword in Darkness" their relationship improves. Finn will either be loyal or mad at Gared depending on Gared's choices in the previous episode. If Gared sided with Cotter in the previous episode he will make amends with Finn over the knife, which leads to Finn admitting he is afraid of being alone beyond the Wall, and calls Gared the closest thing he's had to a friend.
Gared can vouch for Finn, saying that he'd bring him to a fight, when speaking with Jon Snow. When Cotter reveals he took Gared's map, Finn sides with Gared but later makes fun of him for thinking the North Grove is real.
He runs off, terrified, following Gared's defeat of Britt regardless of choices.
In "Sons of Winter" Finn will tell Frostfinger that Gared tried to defend himself, or will say that Gared murdered him depending on their relationship. When Gared escapes he will see Finn if they are on good terms, and is given the option of bringing Finn or leaving him at Castle Black.
When Gared is confronted by Sylvi, Finn rushes to help; showing he's loyal to his friend.
Finn and cotter don't initially get along. During Frostfinger's speech to all the new recruits for the Nights watch Cotter seems to dislike Finn and tells him he's sick of Finn bragging about all the girls he's fucked. When Cotter tries to practice with the crossbows he ends up shooting himself by accident which Finn laughs at, but Cotter steals his knife in retaliation. Later in the "Sword in the Darkness" they begin to get along better, but the two of them hold mixed feelings towards each other.
When cotter steals Gared's map Finn becomes annoyed at him for stealing - again. Finn is shown not to trust Cotter, asking whether Gared would trust him with the map if the North Grove was real. In "Sons of Winter" Finn offers to come with Gared and Cotter, to find the North Grove, but Cotter doesn't support the idea. When the three of them spot wildlings he is shocked to find out Cotter is a member of the free folk, which only accentuates his distrust.
With all new recruits, Frostfinger doesn't seem to like Finn and slaps him when Finn undermines him. Later during 'The Sword in the Darkness' Frostfinger accompanies Finn, Gared, and Cotter along with all other new recruits to the weirwood tree to honor them as the new member's of the Night's Watch. When Gared informs Finn and Cotter of the journey to Craster's Keep Finn says he'd volunteer to go just to get out of Frostfingers presence for a while, showing he's a little annoyed of him. Soon in the 'Sons of Winter' When Gared is being threatened by frost finger for killing Britt, Frostfinger starts to believe that Finn helped Gared kill Britt and creates a rift of distrust between the two of them. Later when Gared escapes and Finn offers to go with he'll say that 'Frostfinger already thinks I'm helping you' and says that he'll take his chances beyond the wall showing he's afraid of what Frostfinger will do to him.
Finn's relationship with Sylvi is completely determinant, based on whether you brought him along with you in Sons of Winter. Following the previous attack by Wildlings, he shows no hesitation in threatening Sylvi. Even when it is revealed she is Cotter's sister, he remains separate from the group, refusing to go near the Wildlings.
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|House Forrester||Gregor • Elissa • Josera • Elsera • Rodrik • Asher • Mira • Ethan • Talia • Ryon • Shadow|
|Ironrath Residents||Gared • (Father • Jenna) • Duncan • Royland • Ortengryn • Malcolm • Erik • Bowen • Norren|
|House Whitehill||Ludd • Lady W. • Karl • Ebbert • Torrhen • Gwyn • Gryff|
|Whitehill Garrison||Harys • Whitehill Soldier 1 • Whitehill Soldier 2 • Whitehill Soldier 3 • Whitehill Soldier 4 • Whitehill Soldier 5|
|House Glenmore||Elaena • Arthur|
|House Lannister||Cersei • Tyrion • Lyman • Lucan • Damien|
|King's Landing Residents||Tom • Sera • Andros • Morgryn • Garibald|
|The Night's Watch||Jon • Frostfinger • Cotter • Finn • Britt • Casper • Hugh • Lobor • Errold • Wendel • Duff|
|Beyond The Wall||Sylvi|
|Essos||Beskha • Tazal • Bezzaq • Croft • Dezhor|
|House Targaryen||Daenerys • Drogon • Viserion|
|Pit Fighters||Amaya • Bloodsong • The Beast|