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Port-Réal. Winterfell. Winterfell. Winterfell Winterfell is the ancestral castle and seat of power of House Stark and is considered to be the capital of the North. It is located in the center of the northernmost province of the Seven Kingdoms, on the kingsroad that runs from Storm's End to the Wall. It is situated at the eastern edge of the wolfswood, north of the western branch of the White Knife and Castle Cerwyn. Winterfell is south of the northern mountains and southwest of Long Lake,[1] one hundred leagues (three hundred miles) southeast of Deepwood Motte.[2] Household Layout Fan-made map of Winterfell prior to A Dance with Dragons. 1.North Gate 2.Broken Tower 3.Glass Garden 4.Crypts 5.First Keep 6.Godswood 7.Guards Hall 8.East Gate 9.Armory 10.Hunter's Gate 11.kennels 12.Guest House 13.

See also: Images of Winterfell Inside the walls, the complex is composed of dozens of courtyards and small open spaces. Inner Castle The Great Keep is the innermost castle and stronghold of the castle complex. Walls Named gates include: Winterfell - Game of Thrones Wiki - Wikia. Type Castle, regional capital Places of note The Great KeepThe First KeepThe GodswoodThe Great HallThe cryptsBell TowerBroken TowerLibrary TowerThe SeptMaester's TurretHunter's GateEast GateThe winter town Age 8,000 years (according to myth) [[:Category:{{{Images}}}|Images]] Reek: "Will we go home now? " Ramsay: "I believe we will; to our new home. " — Reek and Ramsay Bolton. Winterfell is the seat of House Bolton (formerly House Stark). The castle is put to the torch by Ramsay Snow after Theon Greyjoy was betrayed by his own crew. History Background According to legend, House Stark has held a castle at Winterfell for 8,000 years, though it has been considerably expanded over the centuries.[6] Eddard Stark rode south to fight in Robert's Rebellion after his father and older brother were killed by the Mad King.

Season 1 Bran survives the fall from the tower, though his legs are left crippled. Season 2 Season 4 Season 5 Notable residents of the castle Stark rule Bolton rule Image gallery Behind the scenes. History Behind Game of Thrones. Drogo. "And to my son, the Stallion Who Will Mount the World, I will also pledge a gift. I will give him the iron chair that his mother's father sat upon... " ―Khal Drogo delivering a speech. [src] Drogo is a major character in the first season. He is played by starring cast member Jason Momoa, and debuts in the series premiere.

Drogo is a khal, or chieftain, of the Dothraki people and is often referred to with his full title, Khal Drogo. Drogo is a powerful warlord and feared warrior. Biography Edit Background Edit Drogo is a khal or warlord of the Dothraki, the famed nomadic horse-lords of the eastern continent beyond the Narrow Sea. He is guarded by bloodriders including Qotho.[2] Generals or ko in his khalasar include Pono and Jhaqo, men who guard him, follow him in battle and, when Drogo dies, it is their duty and honor to follow him even then to continue serving him.[3] Season 1 Drogo leads his men to raid and plunder a village of the Lhazareen, peaceful sheep-herders.

Season 2 Season 5 Appearances. Margaery Tyrell. Petyr Baelish: "Do you want to be a queen? " Margaery Tyrell: "No. I want to be the Queen. " — Margaery Tyrell, to Littlefinger[src] Queen Margaery Tyrell is a major character in the second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth seasons. She is played by Natalie Dormer and debuts in "What is Dead May Never Die. " Biography Background Margaery is the only daughter of Lady Alerie Tyrell and Lord Mace Tyrell, the Lord Paramount of the Reach. Season 2 Margaery marries King Renly Baratheon, the lover of her brother Loras, though she's aware of their relationship. Catelyn Stark arrives to treat with Renly on behalf of her son Robb Stark and Margaery greets her warmly. King Joffrey Baratheon's Master of Coin Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish also visits the camp to treat with Renly. Petyr sways House Tyrell into siding with House Lannister. In a ceremony to celebrate victory, King Joffrey tells Loras he may ask anything of him in return for his aid.

Season 3 Season 4 Season 5 Personality Appearances Image gallery. Cersei Lannister. "I will do things for my family you couldn't imagine... I love my brother, I love my lover. People will whisper, they'll make their jokes - let them. They're all so small I can't even see them. " ―Cersei[src] When King Robert is killed in a hunting accident, Cersei and Joffrey seize the throne, ignoring Robert's will which gave the regency to Eddard Stark. After Joffrey's death during his wedding, Cersei accuses Tyrion of his murder and leads a heavily biased trial against him. Biography Background Cersei is the only daughter and eldest child of Joanna Lannister and Lord Tywin Lannister.

Cersei's mother died when she was four years old, after giving birth to her younger brother Tyrion. When she was about fifteen, Cersei and her friend Melara visited Maggy, a woods witch and reputed fortunte teller dwelling in a hut deep in a forest close to Casterly Rock. Season 1 That evening a great feast is held and Cersei and Catelyn Stark exchange cordial words. Robert is mortally wounded on the hunt. Sansa Stark. "I'm Sansa Stark of Winterfell. This is my home and you can't frighten me. " ―Sansa Stark to Myranda[src] Things soon turn sour for Sansa in King's Landing; she is forced to watch as her father is betrayed and executed for treason by Joffrey. During the resulting War of the Five Kings, Sansa is effectively a prisoner of the Lannisters, and repeatedly humiliated and brutalized by Joffrey, who later repudiates his betrothal to her in favor of Margaery Tyrell.

During her captivity, Sansa, by now thought to be the last surviving Stark and thus the key to the North, is unwillingly married to Tyrion Lannister at the behest of his father. Biography Background Sansa Stark is the eldest daughter and second child of Lady Catelyn and Lord Eddard Stark. Sansa was born and raised at Winterfell. Season 1 When her brothers find an orphaned litter of direwolf pups, Sansa adopts the gentlest one and names her Lady. Arriving in King's Landing, Sansa's enmity towards Arya and her father continues. Season 2. Arya Stark. "You know who I am. I'm Arya Stark. Do you know who you are? You're no one. You're nothing. " ―Arya Stark to Meryn Trant[src] When her father is betrayed and executed by Joffrey, Arya flees the capital with the help of the Night's Watch recruiter, Yoren, who gets her out of the city disguised as an orphan boy "Arry" and tries to take her home. Biography Edit Background Edit Arya Stark is the youngest daughter and third child of Lady Catelyn and Lord Eddard Stark.

Arya was born and raised at Winterfell. Arya rejects the notion that she must become a lady and marry for influence and power, feeling she can forge her own destiny. Season 1 Arya is being taught how to sew by Septa Mordane, but finds the exercise tedious. While journeying south on the Kingsroad, she practices her swordwork with Mycah, the son of the butcher in the King's retinue whom she befriends. After reaching King's Landing, Arya argues incessantly with Sansa over the incident, to her father's despair. Season 2 Season 3 Season 4. Daenerys Targaryen. "You have a good claim: a title, a birthright. But you have something more than that: you may cover it up and deny it, but you have a gentle heart. You would be not only respected and feared, you would be loved. Someone who can rule and should rule. Centuries come and go without a person like that coming into the world.

There are times that I look at you, and I still can't believe you're real. " ―Ser Jorah Mormont to Daenerys Targaryen. [src] Daenerys Targaryen, sometimes called Dany by her brother Viserys, is a major character in the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth seasons. She is the only surviving child of King Aerys II Targaryen, who was ousted from the Iron Throne during Robert's Rebellion. She hatched three dragons by having her petrified dragon eggs placed on Drogo's funeral pyre, before she walked into the flames to claim them. Biography Background On the night Daenerys was born on Dragonstone, a vast storm raged. Season 1 Season 2 ​Season 3 Season 4 Season 5 Personality. George R. R. Martin. George R. R. Martin en 2016. Œuvres principales Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] George Raymond Richard Martin grandit dans un milieu modeste, avec un père docker. George R R Martin au gala du Time 100 en 2011.

Au début des années 1990, las de voir son imagination restreinte par les limitations imposées par le format télévisé, il revient à l'écriture en entamant le cycle de fantasy Le Trône de fer (A Song of Ice and Fire)[8],[9]. Thèmes[modifier | modifier le code] Dans ses nouvelles de science-fiction, les principaux thèmes abordés sont la solitude, les relations humaines, l'amour tragique, le romantisme et l'opposition entre une dure vérité et un mensonge réconfortant. Œuvres[modifier | modifier le code] Auteur[modifier | modifier le code] Cycle du Trône de fer[modifier | modifier le code] Préludes au Trône de fer[modifier | modifier le code] Divers[modifier | modifier le code] Romans[modifier | modifier le code] Recueils de nouvelles[modifier | modifier le code]

Game of Thrones Wiki. Characters. List of Game of Thrones characters. Cast[edit] Key[edit] Main cast[edit] (Left-to-right): Kit Harington (as Jon Snow), Emilia Clarke (as Daenerys Targaryen), Lena Headey (as Cersei Lannister), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (as Jaime Lannister), and Peter Dinklage (as Tyrion Lannister) The following cast members have been credited as main cast in the opening credits: 1 In seasons 5, Nell Williams portrays Cersei Lannister in a flashback scene.2 In seasons 1 and 2, Tommen Baratheon is portrayed by Callum Wharry.3 In season 3, Daario Naharis is portrayed by Ed Skrein.4 In season 1, Jaqen H'ghar appears in one scene, portrayed by an uncredited extra.

Supporting cast[edit] Additionally the following cast members have either appeared in 10 or more episodes of the show whilst maintaining a 'recurring' status or have received the stand-alone 'guest starring' status, without later being promoted to the main cast: Nine Episodes Eight Episodes Seven Episodes Six Episodes Five Episodes Four Episodes (select) Three Episodes (select) Two Episodes (select) A Game of Thrones. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. A Game of Thrones (littéralement « un jeu des trônes ») est le premier livre de la saga Le Trône de fer écrite par George R.

R. Martin. Le livre, d'ambiance médiévale[1], a été publié en version originale en 1996, puis en version française de 1998 à 1999. Il a remporté le prix Locus du meilleur roman de fantasy en 1997. Publication française[modifier | modifier le code] Ces deux tomes ont ensuite été publiés en format poche par l'éditeur J'ai lu : Les deux tomes ont ensuite été réunis en un seul volume intitulé Le Trône de fer, l'intégrale 1 pour correspondre au format d'origine : Résumé[modifier | modifier le code] Sur le continent de Westeros, Lord Eddard Stark de Winterfell est le seigneur de la province du Nord du royaume des Sept Couronnes, héritier d'une longue lignée de Stark, rude comme le climat de ses terres, mais juste et respecté.

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