House Whitehill (Telltale)

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This article is about content invented for Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series, a graphic adventure video game developed by Telltale Games. Although this is a licensed derivative work based upon HBO's Game of Thrones television adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin, it is not written by him or the creators of the TV show.

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House Whitehill
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Coat of arms A white pile inverted on indigo, an arch of 4-pointed stars above
Words Ever Higher
Seat Highpoint
Current Lord Either Ludd or Torrhen (player-determined)
Region North
Heir Either Torrhen or Gryff (player-determined)
Overlord House Stark (AGOT)
House Bolton (ADWD)

House Whitehill is a noble house from the north. According to semi-canon sources they blazon their arms with a white pile inverted on indigo, an arch of 4-pointed stars above,[1] and they are one of the few northern families to follow the Faith of the Seven instead of the old gods.[2] No known members have yet appears in A Song of Ice and Fire. They are bitter rivals of House Forrester because of disputes involving ironwood.

Semi-canon sources consider them sworn to House Stark.[2]

Known members of House Whitehill

The following members of House Whitehill appear in Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series:

Ludd Whitehill

Lord Ludd Whitehill (voiced by Geoff Leesley) is the head of House Whitehill and the Lord of Highpoint. He has five children: Karl, Ebbert, Torrhen, Gwyn and Gryff. He is one of the main antagonists in the game, and has animosity towards the members of House Forrester.

Karl Whitehill

Karl Whitehill was the first-born son of Lord Ludd Whitehill. He was never kind to his youngest brother, Gryff. He eventually contracted greyscale, and died. Rodrik Forrester later sees a likeness of Karl on the Whitehill faily tapestry.[3]

Ebbert Whitehill

Ebbert Whitehill is the second-born son of Lord Ludd Whitehill. He is studying at the Citadel to become a maester. He was never kind to his youngest brother, Gryff. Ebbert has not appeared in the game, except in the Whitehill family tapestry, where a likeness of him is depicted, as seen by Rodrik Forrester.[3]

The north and the approximate location of Highpoint in the Game of Thrones video game.
The north and the approximate location of Highpoint in the Game of Thrones video game.
Highpoint
The north and the approximate location of Highpoint in Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series.[4]

Torrhen Whitehill

Torrhen Whitehill is the third-born son of Lord Ludd Whitehill, and is his current heir. Torrhen is currently serving Roose Bolton. He was never kind to his youngest brother, Gryff. Torrhen has not appeared in the game, except in the Whitehill family tapestry, where a likeness of him is depicted, as seen by Rodrik Forrester.[3]

Gwyn Whitehill

Gwyn Whitehill is the fourth child and first daughter of Lord Ludd Whitehill (voiced by Laura Bailey). She and Asher Forrester fell in love, causing bloodshed between their houses. As a result, Asher was exiled to Essos.

Gryff Whitehill

Gryff Whitehill (voiced by Sacha Dhawan) is the fourth-born son and fifth child of Lord Ludd Whitehill. He is one of the main antagonists in Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series, and has animosity towards the members of House Forrester.

Household

  • Harys (voiced by Ron Bottitta), a master-at-arms serving House Whitehill.

Highpoint

Highpoint is the seat of House Whitehill of the north in Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series, a graphic adventure game.[5] It is located in the hills between the northern wolfswood and the northern mountains, north of Winterfell.[4]

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