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|“||Your father was a c--t, and that's why you killed him. I might have done the same to my father if he had not done me the favor of dying on his own.||„|
|~ Smalljon while meeting with Ramsay|
Jon Umber, better known as the Smalljon, is a character from A Song of Ice and Fire made recurring antagonist in Season 6 of Game of Thrones. He is the eldest son of Lord Greatjon Umber and the heir to the Last Hearth.
He has other unnamed brothers and at least 2 sisters (most of the Umbers's names are still unknown). He has a son, Ned Umber. While he's a loyal person in the novels, his character has been drastically changed into a more villainous one in the television adaptation.
After the Greatjon dies during the War of the Five Kings, the Smalljon becomes the new Lord of the Last Hearth. He betrays Osha and young Rickon Stark to the Boltons because he hopes that they will help him fight the wildlings. He despises the Boltons and refuses to show them any respect. During the Second Battle of Winterfell, he is killed by Tormund Giantsbane who rips his throat and stabs him.
After the Smalljon's death, Last Hearth is given to his son Ned Umber, and House Umber renewed its oath to House Stark.
In the books, the Smalljon is not villainous at all, and in fact, he dies during the Red Wedding while still on the Starks's side.