Game of Thrones Family Tree » ChartGeek.com. Updated Apr 6, 2014 | Original Source: Michael JD Here’s a great chart to help you sort out all those characters in Game of Thrones.
It only contains spoilers if you haven’t watched Seasons 1 and 2. Click below for a better view. And, if you think THAT’s complicated, check out the below chart, based on the real game of thrones. It’s a family tree of European royalty from Charlemagne to the new Prince George of Cambridge. Emilia Clark from Game of Thrones without Makeup. Une infographie géante pour lister les morts dans Game of Thrones. Tout Game of Thrones en une infographie Web. La série Game of Thrones est certainement l’une des histoires à la trame scénaristique la plus complexe.
L’oeuvre de George R.R. Martin, dont la déclinaison en série TV est actuellement en cours de diffusion en France sur la chaîne Orange Cinema Series, s’est ainsi vue compilée sur un site dédié à son univers, ses personnages et ses nombreux clans. Créé par un fan de la série télévisée, ce site nommé « Where have all the wildlings gone? » (« Où sont partis tous les sauvages ? ») reprend donc l’histoire de cette dernière en la détaillant de manière très précise. Best Of Westeros: The 'Game Of Thrones' Tournament. Day one’s voting is now closed.
Click here to check out the standings, and vote for day two’s match-ups. It‘s time for the Screen Junkies “Best of Westeros” Game of Thrones Tournament! This year, the Iron Throne isn’t the only thing the citizens of Westeros have to fight about. Sure, it’s good to be the king, but what of the most important contest of all? Of course, I’m talking about a popularity contest. With both Game of Thrones: Season Two (April 1st) and March Madness (March 15th) just around the corner, we thought it would be fun to combine the two into a winner-take-all March Madness-style bracket to determine the most popular character from season one. Click the bracket for a larger version… Now is your chance to bring democracy to The Seven Kingdoms and decide who can rightfully claim the top spot as the Best of Westeros.
Day One’s Match-Ups… Voting is closed: Ned Stark (1) wins. Voting is closed: Robb Stark (4) wins. Voting is closed: Catelyn Stark (3) wins. Editor's Blog: Gearing Up for Game of Thrones - Accessories Magazine. Want to have a viewing party for the return of HBO’s Game of Thrones on March 31?
Get those crowns and crosses ready! How about serving some punch in heavy goblets and some deviled dragon eggs? Now that’s the spirit! Considering my last viewing party was for Mad Men, and it involved serving martinis and artichoke dip while in a hostess apron, this one will definitely have more edge to it (although I’m serious about the deviled dragon eggs!). A few things to have on hand: First, some candles to set the sinister mood. Next, a crown. Of course a pendant with your family’s royal crest will work, here by Pyrrha. Dragon egg rings by Cadaswan Jewelry add just the right touch of magic More “seal” jewelry, here by Waxing Poetic And remember, a Lannister always pays his debts!
Game of Thrones Infographic : Illustrated Guide to Houses and Character Relationships. If you’re here because you love GoT.
Visit the Lore Timeline post for a chance to win GoT on Blu-Ray. More changes to the guide since it’s been first posted. Thank you very much to all the “editors” for submitted corrections. Your help is much appreciated. LOTS of changes to this post based on comments/requests. Don’t forget this is for the Game of Thrones television series NOT the books so PLEASE DO NOT post spoilers from the books in the comments. Lastly, thank you for all the comments, retweets, reblogs, and likes…