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The Weeper
Weeper by Mike S Miller ©
Weeper by Mike S Miller ©

Alias The Weeping Man
Culture Free folk
Book(s) A Clash of Kings (Mentioned)
A Storm of Swords (Appears)
A Feast for Crows (Mentioned)
A Dance with Dragons (Mentioned)

The Weeper, also known as the Weeping Man, is a notorious wildling raider and leader of a war band.[1]


See also: Images of the Weeper

He is a thick, blond-haired man, nicknamed for his watery eyes. He carries a large curved scythe.[2]

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

Qhorin Halfhand brings news to the Night's Watch encampment on the Fist of the First Men that the Weeper has allied himself with Mance Rayder.[1]

A Storm of Swords

During the wildling assault on the Wall, the Weeper is spotted near Icemark.[3] Along with about 300 other wildlings he is defeated by Night's Watch forces led by Bowen Marsh in the Battle of the Bridge of Skulls. However, the Weeper survives the battle.[4]

A Dance with Dragons

After Mance Rayder's wildling army is defeated at the Wall, the Weeper gathers warriors at the Milkwater, planning to cross the Bridge of Skulls, and take the Shadow Tower.[5] The Weeper and his men capture three rangers of the Watch, Garth Greyfeather, Black Jack Bulwer and Hairy Hal. He has them killed, their heads removed, and their eyes plucked out, then leaves their heads on spears near the Wall for the men of the Night's Watch to find.[6]


All the Weeper knows is rape and murder.[7]

Othell Yarwyck

References and Notes