House Stark of Winterfell is a Great House of Westeros and the illustrious place of the Kingdom of the North. They rule over the immense district known as the North from their seat in Winterfell. It is probably the most seasoned line of Westerosi honorability by a long shot, guaranteeing a line of plummet extending back more than 8,000 years. Prior to the Targaryen victory, just as during the War of the Five Kings and right off the bat in Daenerys Targaryen's war for Westeros, the pioneers of House Stark governed over the district as the Kings in the North. Game Of Thrones Stark Banner.
Their standard in the North apparently finished after the occasions of the Red Wedding when House Frey and House Bolton sold out House Stark subsequent to framing a mystery partnership with House Lannister, during which Roose Bolton killed King Robb Stark. Both the North and Winterfell were taken over by House Bolton. In any case, the Boltons' hold was risked when Sansa Stark got away from their grip in the wake of learning her siblings Bran and Rickon Stark were as yet alive and rejoined with her stepbrother, Jon Snow, at Castle Black. Sansa and Jon walked on the Boltons to spare their more youthful sibling Rickon, who was later killed by Ramsay Bolton, and retake Winterfell. House Stark was reestablished to their previous stature after the Battle of the Bastards. The Stark triumph prompted House Stark's arrival to illustrious status in the North with their bannermen announcing Jon as the King in the North. He later relinquished his title as ruler so as to pick up the full help of Daenerys Targaryen in the Great War, turning into the Warden of the North. Following the Battle of King's Landing, Bran Stark was picked as the new ruler of the Six Kingdoms, enabling the North to withdraw as a free kingdom under Sansa.
House Stark's sigil is a dark direwolf on a white foundation, over a green shield. They are one of only a handful couple of respectable Houses whose family witticism isn't a brag or danger. Rather, the House Stark family proverb is a notice, one that, regardless of the conditions, will consistently be important: "Winter Is Coming."
Prior to the Targaryen triumph, the pioneers of House Stark managed over the district as the Kings in the North. The house follows its underlying foundations to Bran the Builder, an amazing First Man who lived during the Age of Heroes and established House Stark. The Starks administered as Kings of Winter more than one of the numerous littler, trivial First Men kingdoms that were set up in the North, with their central opponents for mastery being the Red Kings of House Bolton. In the long run the Starks joined the North under them. They vanquished the Boltons, drove privateers from the White Knife, slew the last Marsh King and marry his girl for the Neck, and, as per legend, King Rodrik Stark grappled with an ironborn for Bear Island and won. A few centuries before the Targaryen triumph, Karlon Stark, a more youthful child of the King in the North, was granted terrains in the eastern districts of the North after effectively putting down a disobedience driven by House Bolton. After some time Karlon's seat of Karl's Hold came to be known as Karhold, and the Starks that plunged from him wound up known as Karstarks. Game Of Thrones Stark Banner.
Ruler Torrhen Stark was on the position of royalty at the season of the Targaryen success and walked his military south to confront them. He gave up when he saw the Targaryens' more prominent host and their mythical serpents, accepting that battling was pointless. He was made Lord Paramount of the North and served the Targaryens as Warden of the North, in this manner getting away from the destinies of House Gardener of the Reach and House Hoare of the Riverlands whose rulers wouldn't twist the knee and were rendered wiped out in the wake of neglecting to oppose the trespassers. From that point, Torrhen was known as "the ruler who bowed", however the individuals who condemn him for this frequently overlook they are just alive to do as such gratitude to his surrender.
- Season 1
Ruler Eddard "Ned" Stark progressed toward becoming Hand of the King to King Robert Baratheon after the demise of Jon Arryn. Ned took his little girls Sansa and Arya Stark to King's Landing. It was there that he found the genuine genealogy of Robert's accepted kids. Upon Robert's demise, Ned freely pronounced that Joffrey Baratheon was the result of interbreeding between Queen Cersei Lannister and her twin sibling, Jaime Lannister, and in this way was not the legitimate beneficiary to the Iron Throne. He was in this manner executed for injustice. His firstborn child and beneficiary Robb Stark was proclaimed the King in the North by his bannermen (the first in 300 years) and battled to withdraw from the Seven Kingdoms in what might turn into the War of the Five Kings. Sansa Stark turns into a political hostage of House Lannister, while Arya circumvents King's Landing with Yoren of the Night's Watch.
- Season 2
Robb Stark proceeds with his crusade against the Lannisters, winning a trio of triumphs in the Riverlands and a further three triumphs in the Westerlands at Oxcross, the Yellow Fork, and the Crag. Grain Stark and Rickon Stark leave Winterfell after a traitorous Theon Greyjoy assumes responsibility for Winterfell. Theon seeks after them, however can't discover them, and rather copies two rancher's children and pronounces that the bodies are those of Bran and Rickon Stark, driving most of Westeros accepting that all the male Stark beneficiaries are dead (as Jon Snow is a knave child of Ned Stark and promised to the Night's Watch).
- Season 3
Despite the fact that Robb keeps on winning each fight that he battles, House Baratheon of King's Landing protects a union with House Tyrell that adequately prompts triumph over Stannis Baratheon at the Battle of the Blackwater. As Robb keeps on walking further in the Westerlands, a considerable lot of his bannermen, for example, Rickard Karstark who lost two of his children, start to lose confidence in King Robb and know that he broke his promise to wed one of the girls of Lord Walder Frey when he wedded Talisa Maegyr. Robb and his host touch base at Harrenhal to find that Ser Gregor Clegane has put 200 northern detainees to the sword and left Harrenhal without a battle. Lord Robb got news at Harrenhal that his granddad Hoster Tully has kicked the bucket, and Robb goes to Riverrun to go to the memorial service, leaving Roose Bolton and his men responsible for Harrenhal.
At Riverrun, Robb rebukes his uncle, the new Lord Edmure Tully, for assaulting Ser Gregor Clegane at the Stone Mill, compelling Gregor's host to withdraw to Casterly Rock and losing in excess of 200 men in the fight. Later Lord Rickard Karstark murders the two Lannister prisoners, Willem and Martyn Lannister, which causes Robb to execute Lord Rickard, making the Karstarks relinquish King Robb. With his host reduced because of the Karstarks' surrender, Robb picks to have the help of House Frey however thinks that its troublesome on account of his wrecked promise. Notwithstanding, the Freys consent to help Robb if his uncle Edmure weds Roslin Frey. Robb and Edmure consent to the details of the Freys and plan to make a beeline for the Twins for the wedding. Game Of Thrones Stark Banner.
Robb and the majority of his bannermen touch base at the Twins where Lord Walder Frey starts arrangements for the wedding. All the northern masters of Robb's host go to the wedding while the northern armed force camps outside during the dining experience. After Edmure and Roslin are removed for the bedding, the Freys and Boltons sell out King Robb and slaughter them in an occasion known as the Red Wedding, furtively arranged by Tywin Lannister. Ruler Robb, Queen Talisa, Robb's mom Catelyn, Robb's direwolf Gray Wind, the present Northern masters and the majority of the Northern armed force, are killed during this event. In the fallout of the Red Wedding, the Freys sew Gray Wind's head to King Robb's body as a last affront to the King in the North. House Stark is deprived of its lordship in the North and is given to House Bolton, making Roose Bolton Warden of the North for his commitment to Robb's death.
Grain and Rickon, who have been voyaging north alongside Osha, Hodor, Jojen Reed and Meera Reed, just as their two direwolves, Summer and Shaggydog, go separate ways, with Bran, Jojen, Hodor, Meera and Summer headed past the divider and Rickon, Shaggydog and Osha made a beeline for the Last Hearth to look for asylum from House Umber.
- Season 4
Bolton has generally 50% of his entire armed force caught south of the Neck, since the ironborn caught Moat Cailin, and can't appropriately govern the North. His child Ramsay reclaims the Moat and the Boltons ride to Winterfell so as to control the North from that point, as it is the antiquated fortress of House Stark and the capital of the North.
Tywin Lannister's inevitable arrangement was to restore the North to the Starks under Lannister control through the conceivable child of Tyrion Lannister and Sansa Stark, yet Tyrion and Sansa each getaway King's Landing and isolated as the aftereffect of King Joffrey's death. Tywin himself was slaughtered before his arrangement could come to fruition.
Grain advances further north, in the long run coming to the weirwood tree involved by The Children of the Forest and the Three-Eyed Raven.
- Season 5
Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish subtly returns Sansa to Winterfell with expectations of wedding her to Ramsay Bolton. The Boltons are anxious to concrete their power over the North, especially since they are currently living in a Westeros without strong Lannister support as Tywin Lannister is presently expired. Littlefinger discloses to Sansa that she is flawlessly arranged; Stannis Baratheon is probably going to free Winterfell soon, and will probably announce her Wardeness of the North. Regardless of whether he doesn't, Sansa will be flawlessly set to retake Winterfell from inside House Bolton. In spite of the fact that Sansa doesn't exactly acknowledge it, there are numerous in the North who are as of now cheering up from the way that there is again a Stark in Winterfell.