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|“||Jaime had once told him that Moore was the most dangerous of the Kingsguard—excepting himself, always—because his face gave no hint as what he might do next.||„|
|~ Tyrion about Moore|
Ser Mandon Moore is a minor antagonist in the series A Song of Ice and Fire, and it's television adaptation Game of Thrones. He was a Knight of the Kingsguard. In the show, he was played by James Doran.
Moore was originally a knight of the Vale. He was brought to Kings Landing by Jon Arryn, and was placed as a member of the Kingsguard of Robert I Baratheon. Neither Jon nor Robert liked him much. Jaime Lannister considered him the second most dangerous member of the kingsguard, after himself, since his dead eyes gave no hint to his intentions.
A Game of Thrones/Season 1
Mandon was present when Sansa was brought before Cersei Lannister in order to be manipulated. He, along with the other knights of the Kingsguard, mocked Barristan Selmy for being kicked out.
A Clash of Kings/Season 2
Under the orders of Joffrey Baratheon, Moore would beat Sansa, along with other members of the Kingsguard. When Tyrion Lannister returned to Kings Landing, Moore initially refused to let him in the small council meeting. Tyrion managed to convince/threaten him and was able to enter. During the bread riots, Moore was supposed tto guard Sansa. He instead chose to guard Joffrey. He severed the hand of a man who tried to grab him. Tyrion criticized him for losing Sansa, though Cersei defended him During the Battle of Blackwater Bay, Moore was assigned to guard Joffrey and Tyrion. When Joffrey returned to the castle, Moore stayed with Tyrion. After Sandor Clegane fled the battle, Moore followed Tyrion, who took command. They fought against Stannis's soldiers who were trying to break down the King's Gate. Tyrion led the soldiers to attack Stannis' at the riverfront. Moore and Balon Swann fought against Valerion soldiers. Tyrion almost fell into Blackwater Rush. Moore offered a hand to save him, but actually tried to kill Tyrion. His sword slashed his face, cutting off his nose in the books and slashing his face in the show. Before Moore could kill Tyrion Podrick Payne killed Moore by pushing him into the water to drown with his armor in the books, or stabbing in from behind in the show. Later Tyrion questions who sent Moore to kill him. he suspected Cersei. However, the answer is not confirmed.
- It is Unknown who ordered moore to kil Tyrion. Possibilities include:
- Cersei in Tyrion's first suspect in the books and show. -
- In the show,it is implied Jorffrey is the cultprit. -
- Some fans suspect it was Petyr Baelish. Baelish was in the Vale at the same time Moore was. Furthermore, he may have wanted Tyrion dead, since Tyrion knows Baelish intentionally send Catelyn after him. Also, Baelish later tried to frame Tyrion for killing Joffrey