Grey Worm Actor On 'Game Of Thrones' Finally Reveals What The Unsullied Are "Packing Beneath Their Armor"

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The Unsullied are perhaps the most elusive bunch of characters on the critically-acclaimed, HBO series, Game of Thrones. Despite how little viewers know about them, it's widely-recognized that they play an integral role on the show and ultimately, in the fate of The Seven Kingdoms as a whole.

That's a little odd though, no? Shouldn't we have more information on the men who so bravely risk their lives each day to protect everyone's favorite GoT lady, Daenrys? As a very active member of the Game of Thrones fandom, I'm going to answer on behalf of everyone and say, yes! We should!


It's off-season, Folks — this is the perfect time for exploration and investigation. I mean, what else are we supposed to do? Start watching a different show? Ha, no thanks. So, with that, I bring you your Ultimate Fan Guide To The Unsullied. Some of you may be scratching your head as we speak thinking, "WTF is she talking about?" You know Grey Worm? The quiet dude without the balls? Yep, he's a member of The Unsullied. There's thousands of them! Let's learn, shall we?

Do The Unsullied Have "Weiners"?


"I think Grey Worm’s got a willy is my understanding. But he doesn’t have balls."

Well, guys, it can't get any more legitimate than hearing it straight from the source, right?

Unsullied Meaning —

"The Unsullied are elite warrior-eunuchs bred and trained in Astapor, one of the three major cities of Slaver's Bay. They are slave-soldiers famed for their skills and discipline in battle. They are also often purchased from Astapor by some of the Free Cities, such as Qohor."

Of course, this definition changed slightly in Season 3, Episode 4 when Dany freed The Unsullied, many of whom stuck around to fight with her anyway (because she's just that baller).

Dothraki Vs. Unsullied: What's The Difference?


"The Dothraki are a race of nomadic horse-mounted warriors in Essos, the continent to the east of Westeros across the Narrow Sea. They inhabit the vast central plains of Essos, known as the Dothraki sea. Their bond with horses is such that Dothraki are said to be born, fight, and die in the saddle."

Based on that description we can deduce that yes, both groups are essentially born and raised to kill, but not entirely for the same reasons. That is until they met Dany — now, you can think of both armies as allied forces. If that STILL doesn't help, here's my go-to trick: Dothraki have horses, Unsullied don't.

How Many Unsullied Does Daenerys Have Left?

How Are The Unsullied Cut?

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