'Game of Thrones' Meets Pokemon In: Pokegame of Thrones!
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Daenerys Targaryen — Charizard
Dany, like Charizard, is highly competitive. She will not rest until all of Slaver's Bay is hers. Also like Charizard, Dany will never attack a weaker foe unless provoked. And, you know, there's that whole flying, fire-breathing dragon thing.
Cersei and Ninetails are both intelligent and vengeful creatures who hold grudges easily. If you mess with them, they will curse you and not think twice about it. Cersei will also probably sleep with you.
Underneath their refined façade, Jaime and Persian are fierce predators. They stalk and attack their prey with great skill. However, when Persian is yanked by its whiskers it becomes temporarily docile, kind of like when [SPOILER ALERT!] Jaime got his hand cut off.
Meowth is capable of dealing powerful scratching attacks, much like Joffrey is capable of beheading a beloved character... which was so painful because it happened before we knew what this series was capable of, before the Red Wedding ripped our hearts out and tore them to pieces. Curse you, George R.R. Martin! Curse you! Oh, sorry, I'm getting off track here.
Articuno lives in cold, isolated places and, like Jon "You Know Nothing" Snow, is a poorly understood species. Don't worry guys, one day someone will love you for who you are, even if you are a bastard crow.
A hungry Snorlax is not satisfied until it consumes 900 pounds of food, just like Sam. OK, Sam does not consume 900 pounds of food, but they are both docile creatures, which isn't exactly a great quality when you're trying to survive north of the Wall.
Machoke and Hodor both posses immense strength, so they help out with manual labor (like carrying around a paralyzed Warg who desperately needs a haircut). Also, they both only say their name, which is what got this whole thing started in the first place. Hodor.