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Qhorin

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Przydomek Qhorin Halfhand
Przynależność Nocna Straż
Zmarły 299AC,  Wąwóz Pisków
Ksiązki Gra o Tron (Mentioned)
Starcie Królów (Appears)
Nawałnica Mieczy (Mentioned)
Uczta dla Wron (Mentioned)
Taniec ze Smokami (Mentioned)

Played by Simon Armstrong[1]
TV series Season 2

Qhorin, known as Halfhand, is a ranger of the Nocna Straż and second-in-command at the Wieża Cieni.

Appearance

Qhorin Halfhand is tall and clean-shaven with gray eyes. He lost all fingers but the thumb and forefinger on his right hand to a Dzicy axe.[2] He wears his grey hair in a long braid.[3]

History

Qhorin is a living legend in the Watch. He is considered to be one of the best rangers within the Watch. He is called Halfhand because he lost all the fingers on his right hand except his thumb and forefinger to a Dzicy axe. Because of this, he was forced to train himself how to fight left-handed and became just as proficient with his left hand as he had been with his right.[2] He was once a good friend to Mance Rayder before Mance deserted the watch.

Recent Events

Starcie Królów

Qhorin Halfhand - by Matt Olson ©

Qhorin was placed in command of a force from the Shadow Tower charged to meet up with Lord Commander Mormont to participate in the search for Benjen Stark. On the way to the rendezvous, he ran into a Dzicy scouting party led by Alfyn Crowkiller, which he practically destroyed at the cost of four dead and a dozen wounded. A prisoner taken in the battle revealed that Mance Rayder was in the Mroźne Kły searching for some magic to bring down the Mur.

When Qhorin finally met up with Lord Commander Mormont at the Pięść Pierwszych Ludzi, he advised sending three scouting parties into the mountains to discover what Mance was looking for, one of which he led personally.[2]

Qhorin's party was composed of the brothers Dalbridge, Ebben, Stonesnake and Jon Snow. The patrol got close to Mance's camp before being spotted and forced to retreat with Dzicy in hot pursuit. Qhorin tried several methods and diversions to throw off the pursuit, but none of them were successful. In the end, only he and Jon remained, and Qhorin ordered Jon to yield if they were caught to act as a spy. When Grzechocząca Koszula caught up with them, Jon did as ordered and was forced to kill Qhorin to show his sincerity.[3]

References and Notes


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