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In Game of Thrones, Osha was a wildling from Beyond the Wall who traveled south to avoid the future army of the dead. After an attack, Osha surrenders to Robb Stark and becomes a servant to House Stark of Winterfell. She later escapes from Winterfell with Bran and Rickon Stark and swears to Maester Luwin that she will protect the Stark boys at any cost. Osha and Rickon eventually seek safety at Last Hearth with House Umber, before being betrayed by the head of the house, Smalljon Umber, and were taken prisoner by new lord of Winterfell, Ramsay Bolton.
In A Song of Ice and Fire, Osha is an experienced wildling who protects Bran and Rickon Stark after the fall and destruction of Winterfell. To keep Rickon safe, Osha escorts him to Last Hearth to seek refuge with House Umber.
In the Show
Osha was a sarcastic, brave, and courageous wildling spearwife who used to live Beyond the Wall with her husband in their hut. Like most other wildlings, Osha worshipped the Old Gods of the Forest.
Osha once had a husband named Bruni who she loved dearly, but one day he disappeared. One night, he returned to their hut as an undead wight, and Osha had no choice but to burn her hut down with him trapped inside.
Due to the rising threat of the White Walkers and their wights, Osha fled south of the Wall with a group of other wildlings, hoping to go “as far south as south goes.” They bypassed the Wall by taking a boat across the Bay of Seals, to the east of the Wall.
Osha joined Stiv and Wallen to form a band of wildlings. They fled south and abandoned their service to their king, Mance Rayder. The group cross the Wall and travel into the Wolfswood north of Winterfell. They chance upon Bran and try to steal his horse. Robb Stark intervenes, killing Wallen and disarming Osha, and Stiv is killed by Theon. Osha surrenders to Robb and he takes her to Winterfell.
Osha is later put to work as a servant for House Stark. Theon interrupts Osha and is irritated when she refuses to call him "My lord," especially when she correctly points out that his father is still alive so he is not entitled to the honorific title yet. Maester Luwin appears and sends Theon away. Luwin asks Osha why she was south of the Wall. She replies that there were things sleeping under the ice, which are not sleeping any more. Luwin is skeptical of her claims.
Osha goes to Winterfell's godswood to pray to the Old Gods of the Forest, and finds Bran there. She tells him that north of the Wall, the Old Gods are the only gods. She also says that Robb is leading his army in the wrong direction, and the true enemy lays to the north, Beyond the Wall, not the south. When Hodor passes by naked, Osha remarks he must have giants' blood in him, and tells Bran that giants - and worse - exist north of the Wall, and that the long night is coming.
After Bran dreams that he saw his father in the catacombs of Winterfell, Osha carries him there to check. Inside, Bran tells about the history of his family. They are surprised to find Rickon there, since he experienced the same dream as his elder brother. When they emerge from the tomb, Osha assures Bran that his father should be fine, but Luwin tells them he is dead.
In the Books
A Game of Thrones
A Clash of Kings
A Storm of Swords
A Feast for Crows
A Dance with Dragons
Appearances (T.V Show)
- “A Golden Crown”
- ”You Win or You Die”
- “The Pointy End”
- “Fire and Blood”
- ”The North Remembers“
- ”The Ghost of Harrenhal”
- “The Old Gods and the New”
- ”A Man Without Honor”
- ”The Prince of Winterfell”
- Ep. 3
- Ep. 4
Appearances (A Song of Ice and Fire)
- A Game of Thrones
- A Clash of Kings
- A Storm of Swords
- A Feast for Crows (mentioned)
- A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)
In the Books
In the Show
- Osha is the first major character to be a wilding, the next two being Ygritte and Tormund.
- Osha is one of the very few TV counterparts that is completely different than their book counterparts. TV Osha has a bigger role in the TV series, while book Osha only has a minor role.