|Died||In 299 AC, Harrenhal|
|Book||A Clash of Kings (appears)|
All-for-Joffrey is an old man held captive by Ser Gregor Clegane and his men in a village at the Gods Eye. His real name is not mentioned. Other prisoners start calling him All-for-Joffrey because he keeps insisting that he and his son do all for King Joffrey.
Appearance and Character
He is an old man with a smiley face, prone to babble.
A Clash of Kings
He is held captive by Ser Gregor Clegane and his men with a group of smallfolk that also includes Arya Stark, Gendry and Hot Pie, in a storehouse in a village located on the shore of the Gods Eye. As Clegane has started picking captives to be interrogated by the Tickler, the old man, while mending the clothes of his captors, keeps insisting that he and his son are loyal to King Joffrey, apparently in the assumption this will keep him safe. He shares that his son is off to King’s Landing where he serves in the City Watch, stressing that he and his son are good king's men and do all for Joffrey. He says this so often that the other prisoners start calling him All-for-Joffrey when the guards aren't listening. He is picked for interrogation by Clegane on the fifth day Arya is held captive at the storehouse. Interrogation invariably ends with the death of the prisoner. The bodies are later hung beyond the fires outside the storehouse as food for the wolves.