Courageous, honorable, and determined to prove how brave he really is, Jon Snow is a perfect fit for Gryffindor.
No one can doubt Arya Stark's courage. However, her desire to be brave sometimes results in rash decisions and extreme violence.
Robb Stark inspires loyalty in his followers and is a fierce warrior...
...but his strict adherence to chivalry leads to his downfall.
The Peter Pettigrew of Westeros, he betrays Robb Stark and takes over Winterfell because he thinks it will impress his father.
Unfortunately for him, things do not turn out well due to his poor planning.
5.Ser Jaime Lannister
While he may come across as arrogant...
Jaime Lannister displays incredible courage in order to protect others. Although he is known as an oath-breaker and "Kingslayer," he still tries to adhere to his own personal honor code.
6.Lord Eddard "Ned" Stark
While this may be a controversial choice, Ned Stark embodies the Hufflepuff qualities of fairness and justice. His actions aren't motivated by a desire to appear brave, but because he believes in always doing what is right.
7.Ser Jorah Mormont
Ser Jorah is extremely loyal to Daenerys Targaryen throughout a variety of tough situations and will do anything to help her on her quest.
8.Brienne of Tarth
Brienne of Tarth embodies loyalty to the extreme and takes her oaths very seriously.
Gendry is loyal to and protective of Arya Stark. He decides to join the Brotherhood Without Banners because he admires their commitment to looking out for those who can't defend themselves.
10.Ser Davos Seaworth
The moral backbone of "Stannis the Mannis," Ser Davos is honorable and always remains loyal to his king.
Tyrion Lannister wields his intelligence like a sword. He is constantly in the pursuit of knowledge, whether that is researching dragon lore, going to visit The Wall, or coming up with plans to defend King's Landing.
He would rather read a book than use a sword and has a love of gentle things.
13.Brandon "Bran" Stark
Bran Stark has prophetic dreams is currently trying to discover what that knowledge really means.
Although others often remark on her naïveté, Sansa Stark is more than just a pretty face. She quickly adapts to southern culture and learns how to make wise choices in order to survive, even though that means hiding her true feelings.
Lord Varys' entire life is centered around learning as much as he can and using that knowledge for what he believes is the good of the realm.
16.Lord Tywin Lannister
For all of his talk about being a lion, Tywin Lannister is a Slytherin at heart. Ruthless, calculating, and extremely power hungry, Tywin Lannister cares more about maintaining control than he does about his children.
While some may say her desire to "protect her cubs" is a Gryffindor trait, she will do almost anything to gain control over others.
Joffrey Baratheon represents the worst aspects of Slytherin. His desire for absolute control and love of violence makes him a terrifying tyrant who is easy to hate.
Highly ambitious, Daenerys Targaryen wants to conquer all of Westeros using whatever means necessary.
Whereas other characters use violence and fear to achieve their goals, Margaery Tyrell uses charm and kindness to fuel her ambition.