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Transcript: The settings of Game of Thrones include Westeros, the Free Cities of the far east, and The North (bordered by the Wall). The capital of Westeros is King's Landing in the west, where said monarch resides. To the north, just below the Wall lies Winterfell. In the center of Westeros in Casterly Rock, the previous capital of the kingdom. The Free Cities include: Qarth Old Valyria Pentos Lys Myr Braavos Qohor Tyrosh Volantis Lorath Norvos Tully When the Lions and the Wolves will be at each others' throats.... House Sigils A big chunk of the story line of A Game of Thrones is the feud between the two largest families, the Lannisters and the Starks. Game of Thrones is a medieval fantasy television/book series depicting the struggle for power between five main families in the fictional kingdom of Westeros. Families Rule Winterfell to the border of the Wall in the North Ned Stark is the head of the family, and serves as Warden of the North and Hand of the King Catelyn Stark- Ned Stark's wife Robb Stark- Eldest son Sansa Stark- Eldest daughter Arrya Stark- Yougest daughter Brandon Stark- Middle son Rickon Stark- Youngest son Jon Snow- Oldest illegitimate son to Ned Theon Greyjoy- Ward (child prisoner of war) Main Characters Tyrell Greyjoy GoT Disgusting Fact: Jaime Lannister is the father of all of Cersei's children GoT Disgusting Fact: Jaime Lannister is the father to all of Cersei's children. Stark House Targaryen's sigil is a three headed dragon. It seems only fitting that the last of the House, Daenerys, should be gifted with three dragons eggs, which she later hatches and raises. She is then nicknamed the Mother of Dragons. These three dragons are the only living dragons since her great grandfather's time. Now for the Dragons.... Lannister The Wall is the barrier between Westeros and the wild North beyond. The Wall was built after the First men settled in Westeros. Arryn Settings I suppose all this really doesn't matter though, because the White Walkers (ice zombies) are coming to kill everyone. The Iron Throne is the throne the King takes in King's Landing, and it is appropriately named, seeing that it is made entirely out of ancient iron swords (about 200-300 in total, but legends say 1,000.) Unfortunately, this is a very, very difficult show to watch sometimes, because your favorite character will most likely be killed. Targaryen Richest family in Westeros Head of the family is Tywin Lannister (most powerful man in the Kingdom) Cersei Lannister- Eldest daughter, married to the King Jaime Lannister- Cersei's twin brother, head of the Kingsguard, nicknamed the Kingslayer Tyrion Lannister- Younger brother to Cersei and Jaime; born a dwarf, very clever and very ugly Joffrey Lannister- Cersei's eldest son, new heir to the throne when Robert Baratheon ("father") is killed The group of men that guard the wall is called the Night's Watch, and is made up of mostly criminals and illegitimates. The Brothers of the Night's Watch must vow to take no land, no wives, and father no children and no House alliances, they must only serve the realm. Later in the story Jon Snow joins the Night's Watch to follow in his uncle Benjen Stark's footsteps Martell While all of this lying and deception is going on in Westeros, the real heir to the Iron Throne is gathering her army is the Free Cities. Her name is Daenerys Targaryen, and she is the daughter of the "Mad King" Aerys Targaryen, who was killed by Robert Baratheon. She had an older brother named Viserys, but he was killed (by pouring molten gold over his head) by her warlord husband, Khal Drogo for threatening her. Baratheon The Main Families of Game of Thrones Include: House Stark House Lannister House Baratheon House Targaryen House Greyjoy Other notable families include: House Tully House Arryn House Tyrell House Martell House Bolton House Frey

Game of Thrones

Transcript: Kevin Alexander Atya The Wall Craster's Keep Haunted Forrest North Free Folks -Tűz (fény, meleg, élet, árnyék) Anya - septon, septa The Hand of the King Small Council City Watch Másodlagos termékek White Walkers Cseh Fimzenekar és Kórus Michele Clapton Hősök kora Night's Watch Black Castle -Fősepton George R.R. Martin The Faith of The Seven The National Szüz -Csendes Nővérek Idegen Harcos Jon Arryn Eddard Stark Tyrion Lannister Tywin Lannister Andal invázió Kingsguard -monoteista vallás Costumes Michele Clapton A Jég és Tűz dala sorozat: Trónok harca (eredeti cím: A Game of Thrones) (1996) Királyok csatája (eredeti cím: A Clash of Kings) (1998) Kardok vihara (eredeti cím: A Storm of Swords) (2000) Varjak lakomája (eredeti cím: A Feast for Crows) (2005) Sárkányok tánca (eredeti cím: A Dance with Dragons) (2011) The Winds of Winter (tervezett) A Dream of Spring (tervezett) White Walkers Ramin Djawadi -proféciák The Old Gods Hosszú Éjszaka -Erdő Gyermekeinek hite -természethez kapcsolódik -politeista vallás - nincs szertartás, pap, intézmény -Weirwood (varsafa,szívfa) Vénasszony Land of Always Winter -Volantis főtemplom -vörös papok, papnők Király Segítője Pénzmester Törvénymester Besúgók Mestere Hajózási ügyek irányítója Nagymester Királyi Testőrség parancsnoka Targaryen uralom amerikai író, forgatókönyvíró Hugo, Nebulo díj fantasy, horror, science fiction 1996-ban megjelenik az "A Song of Ice and Fire" c. regénysorozat, elsö kötete: a "Game of Thrones" -monoteista, kizárólagos vallás -Leghívebbek tanácsa Hajnalkor Történelem Lord of The Light HAIR - lángoló szív Kovács 3 -sept

Game of Thrones

Transcript: House Banner: Dragon House Motto: "Hear me Roar!" Refer to Stark family Tree Daenerys Targaryen Game of Thrones Bran Stark King & Queen: Cersei Lannister & Robert Baratheon Jon Arryn King & Queen: Eddard & Catelyn Stark King & Queen: Mace & Alerie Tyrell Greyjoy Family Tree Alanys Greyjoy House Lannister The Prologue of the novel introduces the out-kingdom Northern wilderness beyond the Wall, an ancient 700-foot-high (200 m), 300-mile-long (480 km) barrier of ice, stone and ancient magic, shielding the Seven Kingdoms from the North, manned by the order of the Night's Watch. Men of the Night's Watch (nicknamed "crows") swear an oath to serve on the Wall for life, foregoing marriage, and they wear clothing dyed only in black. In the lawless lands North of the Wall, a small patrol of Rangers from the Night's Watch encounter the Others, an ancient and evil race of beings thought to be long extinct and mythological. All the Rangers are killed except a single survivor (who flees south, becoming the deserter whom Ned executes in the beginning of the story). Jon Snow, the bastard son of Lord Eddard and despised by Catelyn, is inspired by his uncle, Benjen Stark, the First Ranger of the Night's Watch, to "take the black" and go to the Wall to join the Night's Watch. Jon travels north to the Wall with the Queen's brother, Tyrion Lannister, and other members of the Night's Watch. He becomes disillusioned when he discovers that it is little more than a penal colony meant to keep "wildlings" (human tribesmen who live in relative anarchy, north of the Wall) in check. At the Wall, Jon unites the recruits against their harsh instructor, and protects cowardly but good-natured and intelligent Samwell Tarly. Jon hopes that his combat skills will earn him assignment to the Rangers, the military arm of the Night's Watch. Instead he is assigned as steward to the Lord Commander of the Watch, Jeor Mormont, nicknamed "the Old Bear" due to being the former Lord of Bear Island. He is at first angered that he has not been made a ranger, but then Samwell points out that Lord Mormont is most likely keeping Jon close to groom him for command, which lifts his spirits. He arranges for his friend Samwell Tarly to be made steward to elderly Maester Aemon, one of the last of the deposed ruling family. Meanwhile, Benjen Stark leads a small party of Rangers on patrol beyond the Wall but fails to return. Nearly six months later, the dead bodies of two of the Rangers from Benjen's party are recovered from beyond the Wall, and their corpses re-animate as wights in the night. Undeterred by sword wounds, the wights kill six men while Jon and his direwolf, Ghost, save Lord Commander Mormont by destroying one of the wights with fire. For saving his life, Mormont presents Jon with the Valyrian-steel bastard sword "Longclaw", an heirloom of the Lord Commander's House Mormont. Lord Mormont has replaced the existing bear pommel with a pommel in the shape of a white direwolf's head, representing both House Stark and Jon's albino direwolf. When word of his father's execution reaches Jon, he attempts to desert the Night's Watch and join his half-brother Robb in war against the Lannisters. His friends among the Night's Watch catch up to Jon before he gets too far from the Wall and persuade him to return. Mormont convinces Jon that his place is with his new brothers, and that the war for the throne does not compare to the evil that winter is set to bring down upon them from the North. With Jon's loyalty secured, Mormont declares his intention to lead a massive ranging north of the Wall, to find Benjen Stark—dead or alive—as well as to investigate the disappearance of many wildlings and the dark rumors circling the King-Beyond-the-Wall, a deserter from the Night's Watch known as Mance Rayder. Lysa Tully House Banner: Crowned Stag Lord Eddard Stark is sent to execute a Deserter from the Night's Watch. On the return back Eddard's sons, who witnessed the execution, find six Dire-Wolf pups which are entrusted to Eddard's five legitimate children and his half-son Jon Snow. Lady Catelyn tells Ned that Jon Arryn has died, and that King Robert is coming to visit, and ask him to be the King's Hand. Lysa also says that she thinks Jon's death was at the hands of Cersei Lannister. During their visit at Winterfell Bran happens upon Cersei and Jaime Lannister's room whilst climbing on top of the roofs of the castle, and through his curiosity, gets caught by Jaime, and is thrown off to conceal what they were saying. Bran goes into a coma, and an attempt to assassinate him later on is attempted, but stopped by Catelyn. She goes to King's landing to warn Ned and leaves Robb in charge. Upon Catelyn's arrival in King's Landing, she is brought to a secret meeting with Petyr Baelish, known as Littlefinger, a childhood friend and admirer turned Treasurer of King's Landing. He identifies Tyrion Lannister, the dwarf brother of Cersei and Jaime, as the owner of the dagger used in the

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