32. Tommen Baratheon
Alas, poor Tommen, we hardly knew ye. Ascending to the Iron Throne after the death of his evil elder brother Joffrey, the second Baratheon boy king was a far kinder, gentler ruler – and an extremely, uh, enthusiastic husband to Margaery Tyrell, the queen he inherited along with the crown. But the dueling machinations of his mother Cersei and the religious fundamentalist called the High Sparrow divided his inner circle and reduced him to watching helplessly as the woman he loved went up in flames. His subsequent suicide was a body blow to all that is still decent in Westeros.