Fun-loving. Passionate. Arrogant. Practically an animal, you are of House Baratheon.
You are of a more dominant personality, which justifies your hold on the Iron Throne. But is it really your throne? Single-minded and stubborn, you won’t rest until you’ve accomplished your goal; unfortunately for you, you’re too simple to progress any further. You can warm the seat of a chair well enough, but gods save us all if you actually tried to control anything. You can barely control yourself! You’re horrible at long-term planning and you’re too self-involved to keep yourself from being manipulated. In chess, you are the rook: short, sturdy, and direct—but ultimately an unessential piece destined to fall as the unintentional shield of bigger (and badder) pieces.
You are extroverted, which makes you a hero to small children the realm over. But who the hell cares what children think!? You may have a bold personality, and you’ve probably got courage and charisma in spades, but those allies you attract will only stick with you until they discover your shortcomings. The friends you make in life are likely those who are looking for a life-long quest. If you’re smart, you’ll never give them a chance to be disappointed in you.
Finally, you are also untrustworthy. Does this surprise you? Playful and high-spirited as you are, you find yourself attracted to glory, and glory always means trouble. If you die without achieving greatness of some kind, you’ll likely die unhappy. Your need for success is a basic need that throbs beneath your personality, and you’ll do whatever you need to do to make it so. When the opportunity presents itself, you’ll spring like a damn jack-in-the-box.
Representative characters include: Robert Baratheon, Renly Baratheon, and Joffrey "Baratheon"
Similar Houses: Greyjoy, Targaryen,and Tyrell
Opposite House: Stark
When playing the game of thrones, you play it like you want to win.