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Allegiance Last Greenseer
Race Children of the Forest
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons (Appears)

Played by Octavia Alexandru
TV series Season 4

Leaf is one of the Children of the Forest in service to Last Greenseer. She is the only one of the Children of the Forest who speaks Common Tongue of Westeros. She claims to have seen 200 years.[1]

Appearance and Character

She is one of the children of the forest. She has nut-brown skin that is dappled like a deer's with paler spots, and large ears. She wears a cloak of leaves. She has large liquid gold and green eyes which are slitted like a cat's eyes (that is, with vertical rather than round pupils). Her hair is a tangle of brown, red and gold, autumn colours, with vines and twigs and withered flowers woven through it. Bran thinks that from far away Leaf looks no older than himself or one of his sisters, but close at hand she seems far older.[1] She has a woman’s voice, high and sweet, with a strange music in it like none Bran has ever heard, and a deep sadness.


She was born in the time of the dragon and walked the world of men for 200 years to watch, listen and learn. Exactly where she went and what she did she did not mention. She might be walking still, but her legs were sore and her heart was weary, so she turned her feet for home.

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

She saves Bran, Meera, Jojen and Hodor from the wights with fire of a torch and leads them into the cave of the Last Greenseer.[2] She helps the Last Greenseer train Bran giving him the weirwood paste.[1]


Men, they are the children[2]

– Leaf, to Bran

Notes and References