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Faith Militant
Faith Militant

"Thank you, Boake."
High Sparrow[src]

Boake was a member of the Faith Militant.

Biography[]

Background[]

Boake is a member of the Faith Militant, the recently reinstated military arm of the Faith of the Seven.[1]

Game of Thrones: Season 5[]

Boake is one of the Faith Militant who ransacks Littlefinger's brothel.[1]

Boake escorts Queen Mother Cersei Lannister when she visits Queen Margaery Tyrell in her cell in the Great Sept of Baelor. He then escorts her to the High Sparrow, who thanks him and dismisses him.[2]

He escorts Septa Unella when she comes to Cersei's cell to tempt her to confess her sins with the promise of water. He opens the door to Cersei's cell for Qyburn also.[3]

Game of Thrones: Season 6[]

Boake is inside the Great Sept for the trials of Loras and Cersei, standing directly behind Loras who is beside Margaery seconds before it explodes with wildfire, killing everyone inside.[4]

Behind the scenes[]

The character may be named after Robert Boake, one of the filming location managers for the TV series.

In the books[]

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, there is no character named Boake.

Appearances[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Game of Thrones: Season 5, Episode 4: "Sons of the Harpy" (2015).
  2. Game of Thrones: Season 5, Episode 7: "The Gift" (2015).
  3. Game of Thrones: Season 5, Episode 8: "Hardhome" (2015).
  4. Game of Thrones: Season 6, Episode 10: "The Winds of Winter" (2016).

Notes[]

  1. In "Winter Is Coming," which takes place in 298 AC, Sansa Stark tells Cersei Lannister that she is 13 years old and Bran Stark tells Jaime Lannister that he is 10 years old. Arya Stark was born between Sansa and Bran, making her either 11 or 12 in Season 1. The rest of the Stark children have been aged up by 2 years from their book ages, so it can be assumed that she is 11 in Season 1. Arya is 18 in Season 8 according to HBO, which means at least 7 years occur in the span of the series; therefore, each season of Game of Thrones must roughly correspond to a year in-universe, placing the events of Season 6 in 303 AC.
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