Ned Stark is a fictional character in Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. He’s the father of Jon Snow, Robb, Sansa, Arya and Bran Stark. He died earlier on after Robert Baratheon died with Joffery killing him in front of Sansa. That was hard to watch. Ned Stark was Lord of Winterfell, and Warden of the North. He was also married to Catelyn Stark who was murdered as well. Ned Stark was also Hand of the King to Robert Baratheon. Find the best Ned Stark costumes below. Click here to see more Game of Thrones costume ideas.
Game of Thrones – Eddard Ned Stark Costume Ideas
|Warden of the North Costume|
It’s an all-inclusive costume that comes with a tunic that’s black as a raven’s feather. Featuring a linen cape, with plenty of faux fur covering the shoulders to give you that regal presence on the battlefield. It also comes with a belt and matching gloves to help you feel like a valiant swordsman from a faraway fantasy land.
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|Ned’s Lord of Winterfell Costume|
You don’t have to play games of royal intrigue to wear this Northern King Costume. But if you choose to, you’ll look the part. Get ready to make a night patrol and guard against invaders from beyond the wall this Halloween.
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|Ned’s Warrior Costume|
Ned Stark is also a warrior. He helped Robert win some wars as well. This costume is 100% polyester with interlock knit, faux leather, crushed velvet, sleeveless pullover tunic and cape that fastens at the enter.
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|Eddard “Ned” Stark’s Sword – Ice|
The good news is that we found out about this Game of Thrones Ice Foam Sword Replica. It looks just like the one wielded by Ned Stark and it even comes with a collector’s box. It might not be able to slice a White Walker in two, since it’s made out of foam and not Valyrian steel, but it does feel pretty satisfying holding this bad mamma jamma.
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|Ned Stark Hand of the King|
It’s the sort of accessory that lets people know you are, indeed, acting on behalf of the King. The people of Westeros have no choice but to respect your power while you have it neatly pinned to your chest.
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