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Boros Blount is a knight of House Blount and a character of A song of Ice and Fire. He doesn’t have any role in the television adaptation.
Ser Boros is a member of House Blount, a family of the Stormlands and vassal house to House Baratheon. He becomes a knight of King Robert's Kingsguard after Robert's Rebellion. A short-tempered, cowardly, and angry man lacks loyalty to his king. He has zero qualms breaking his oaths whether it’s beating children, surrendering his king, or refusing orders. The man is considered to be the worst of Kingsguard, reviled for his cowardice and lack skill. His last appearance is seen leaning against a wall weighed down by his weight and age.
He has little appearances in the game of thrones adaptation outside of laughing at Barristan Selmy and a throw away mention. He presumably dies with his fellow Kingsguard during the sacking of Kingslanding by Sandors hands.