Haus Stark von Winterfell (im Original: House Stark of Winterfell) ist eines der Großen Häuser von Westeros, die von ihrem Familiensitz Winterfell aus über den. Figuren im Lied von Eis und Feuer gibt einen Überblick über die in der von George R. R. Martin Band 1: A Game of Thrones; Die Herren von Winterfell und Das Erbe von Winterfell; Band Eddard Stark (von seiner Familie und seinen Freunden auch „Ned“ genannt) ist der Lord von Winterfell und „Wächter des Nordens“. Für viele Jahrtausende waren die Starks die königliche Familie des Nordens, eine Tradition, die erst mit dem Eintreffen des ersten Targaryenkönigs und seiner.
Seite 3: Game of Thrones - Die wichtigsten Charaktere von Staffel 1-8Figuren im Lied von Eis und Feuer gibt einen Überblick über die in der von George R. R. Martin Band 1: A Game of Thrones; Die Herren von Winterfell und Das Erbe von Winterfell; Band Eddard Stark (von seiner Familie und seinen Freunden auch „Ned“ genannt) ist der Lord von Winterfell und „Wächter des Nordens“. Hier stehen alle Beiträge rund um das Haus Stark. – Ende von Jon Snow in der fünften Staffel. Das Motto der Starks weist auf die Ernsthaftigkeit hin, welche die Familie charakterisiert: „Der Winter naht” ist eine stets.
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Robb becomes involved in the war against the Lannisters after his father, Ned Stark, is arrested for treason. Robb summons his bannermen for war against House Lannister and marches to the Riverlands.
Eventually, crossing the river at the Twins becomes strategically necessary. Robb leads the war effort against the Lannisters and successfully captures Jaime.
He wins a succession of battles in Season 2, earning him the nickname the Young Wolf. However, he feels that he botched the political aspects of war.
He also sends his mother Catelyn to deal with Stannis Baratheon and Renly Baratheon, both of whom are fighting to be the rightful king.
Theon and Catelyn fail in their missions, and Balon launches an invasion of the North. Robb falls in love with Talisa Maegyr, a healer from Volantis due to her kindness and spirit.
Despite his mother's protest, Robb breaks his engagement with the Freys and marries Talisa in the 2nd-season finale.
On news of his grandfather, Lord Hoster Tully's, death, Robb and his party travel north to Riverrun for the funeral, where the young king is reunited with his great-uncle, Ser Brynden "Blackfish" Tully, and his uncle, Edmure Tully, the new lord of Riverrun.
While at Riverrun, Robb makes the decision to execute Lord Rickard Karstark for the murders of two teenage squires related to the Lannisters, a decision that loses the support of the Karstarks and leads Robb to make the ultimately fatal decision to ask the Freys for their alliance.
He is killed in the Red Wedding Massacre, after witnessing the murder of his pregnant wife and their child. Lord Bolton personally executes Robb, stabbing him through the heart while taunting that "the Lannisters send their regards", in fact a promise made to Jaime who had no knowledge of Bolton's impending treason when leaving for the Twins.
His corpse is later decapitated and Grey Wind's head is sewn on and paraded around as the Stark forces are slaughtered by the Boltons and Freys.
Sansa Stark portrayed by Sophie Turner. She was also the future bride of Prince Joffrey, and thus the future Queen of the Seven Kingdoms as well.
She names her direwolf Lady; she is the smallest of the pack and the first to die, sentenced to death by Cersei after Arya's direwolf, Nymeria, bit a violent Joffrey.
After she manages to escape the claws of her family's enemies she reconciles with Jon Snow and they retake their home Winterfell, together. At the end of the series she is crowned Queen in the North.
Arya Stark portrayed by Maisie Williams. Ever the tomboy , Arya would rather be training to use weapons than sewing with a needle.
She names her direwolf Nymeria, after a legendary warrior queen. Theon Greyjoy portrayed by Alfie Allen. Despite his position, he remains loyal to Eddard and is good friends with his sons Robb and Jon.
Bran Stark seasons 1—4, 6—8 portrayed by Isaac Hempstead Wright. He was named after his deceased uncle, Brandon. His dire wolf is called Summer.
During the King's visit to Winterfell, he accidentally came across Cersei and Jaime Lannister engaging in sex, following which Bran is shoved from the window by Jaime, permanently crippling his legs.
Joffrey Baratheon seasons 1—4 portrayed by Jack Gleeson. He is the eldest of Cersei Lannister's children and heir to the Iron Throne. Vicious and cruel, he has a short temper and believes he can do anything he wants.
He is also a coward when confronted by those who aren't afraid of him. Joffrey is also unaware that King Robert is not his real father — who, in reality, is Jaime Lannister.
After Robert's death, the Lannisters make Joffrey the King against his father's will, and Joffrey becomes a cruel ruler and a Puppet King used by his mother.
Sandor Clegane seasons 1—4, 6—8 portrayed by Rory McCann. Sandor Clegane, nicknamed "the Hound", for his savage nature, is the younger brother of Ser Gregor Clegane and a retainer to House Lannister.
He is also Joffrey Baratheon's personal bodyguard. The right side of his face was grievously burned when he was only a boy after his brother accused him of stealing one of his toys and pushed Sandor's face into a brazier, leaving the right side of his face hideously scarred, and a lifelong fear of fire.
He is taciturn and brutal, but not without compassion. He is protective towards Sansa after she is captured by the Lannisters. After Joffrey becomes King, Sandor is made a member of the Kingsguard.
Although he is still faithful to Joffrey, he frequently defends Sansa from Joffrey's attempts to shame and physically abuse her.
Tyrion Lannister portrayed by Peter Dinklage. He is a dwarf ; and his mother died during his birth, for which his father, Tywin Lannister , blames him.
While not physically powerful, Tyrion has a cunning mind and often uses to his advantage the fact that others constantly underestimate him.
Petyr Baelish seasons 1—7 portrayed by Aidan Gillen. He grew up with Catelyn Tully and fought Ned's brother Brandon for her hand.
Petyr is a master manipulator who knows the ongoing affairs within the Seven Kingdoms thanks to his spies. While Petyr at first is assumed to be an ally of Ned, he secretly resents him for marrying Catelyn and so he betrayed him when he tried to arrest Joffrey and Cersei.
Despite that, Petyr aims to take the Iron Throne to punish the powerful nobles who used to look down on him. Davos Seaworth seasons 2—8 portrayed by Liam Cunningham.
Ser Davos Seaworth, also known as "the Onion Knight", is a former smuggler and knight in the service of Stannis Baratheon; he serves as one of Stannis's most trusted advisers.
In his smuggling days, he was said to handle a ship at night better than anyone. Before the events of the series, he earned his knighthood by smuggling fish and onions to the besieged Stannis Baratheon and his army during Robert Baratheon's rebellion.
Before knighting him, Stannis removed the last joints from four fingers on his right hand as punishment for his years of smuggling; believing these joints bought his family a better future, Davos keeps them in a pouch around his neck for luck.
Samwell Tarly portrayed by John Bradley. He was sent to the Wall by his father, who disowned him for his cowardice. He becomes Jon's best friend after Jon conspires with the others in their trainee class to go easy on him.
While not a warrior, he is very smart and insightful. He is inducted into the Stewards and assigned to Maester Aemon.
Stannis Baratheon seasons 2—5 portrayed by Stephen Dillane. A brooding, humorless man known for a hard and unyielding sense of justice, he is obsessed with slights real and imagined.
With Robert dying, Ned sends him a letter appointing him as the legitimate heir and becomes another challenger for the Iron Throne after his alleged nephew Joffrey becomes King.
Melisandre seasons 2—8 portrayed by Carice van Houten. Melisandre has prophetic powers that give her partial knowledge of future events.
Unlike many other people in Westeros with access to prophecy, Melisandre has absolute faith in her own interpretation, even though she is sometimes wrong.
Melisandre believes Stannis is the chosen one who will convert the people of Westeros into followers of R'hllor.
Jeor Mormont seasons 1—3 portrayed by James Cosmo. He gave up his lands to serve the Night's Watch. His son's shaming of their house weighs heavily on him.
He personally requests that Jon Snow be made his personal steward, and gives him the Hand-and-a-Half sword also known as a bastard sword of their house, Longclaw.
He has the pommel reshaped into a wolf's head. To investigate the return of wights, the disappearance of several Rangers, and rumors of a wildling army, Jeor leads an expeditionary force beyond the Wall in Season 2.
In Season 3, after returning to Craster's Keep, he is slain by Rast in the ensuing mutiny, but manages to strangle him before succumbing to his wounds.
His death ignites Maester Aemon's call for the lords of Westeros to aid the Night's Watch, which convinces Stannis Baratheon the time is ripe to fight the onslaught of the White Walkers.
His corpse is apparently desecrated afterwards, as in season 4, Karl Tanner is shown drinking wine from a skull he claims is Jeor's.
Bronn portrayed by Jerome Flynn. Bronn is a sellsword with a sardonic sense of humor. He initially serves under Catelyn Stark and aids her in arresting Tyrion Lannister and taking him to the Vale to stand trial for the murder of Jon Arryn and attempted murder of Bran Stark.
During the trial, Bronn realises that Tyrion will most likely be executed by the insane Lysa Arryn despite the impossibility of his guilt, and volunteers to fight for Tyrion when he demands a trial by combat.
Bronn defeats Lysa Arryn's champion and becomes Tyrion's companion and protector, accompanying him back to King's Landing.
Varys portrayed by Conleth Hill. Varys, sometimes called The Spider, is a major character in the second, third, fourth and fifth seasons.
He initially appeared as a recurring character in the first season and debuted in "Lord Snow". Gendry Joe Dempsie is the only remaining Baratheon heir and it's unclear what happened to him at the end of Game of Thrones.
It left his wife Ellaria Indira Varma and his daughters, the Sand Snakes, as the only remaining members of the family. Unfortunately for him, his niece Arya seemed unaware of his plight when she travelled to The Twins to kill Walder and the Freys.
Petyr then attempted to turn Sansa on her sister Arya, but his manipulation backfired and he was executed. Explosive scenes teased in Game of Thrones s7 e2 trailer.
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He had a liaison with Arya Stark but the pair later went their separate ways. Not wanting the Iron Islands to be ruled by a stooge of Winterfell, Balon groomed Yara to be his heir.
When he eventually returned the Iron Islands, Theon attempted to prove his worth to his father by attacking Winterfell, the castle that had been his home.
This backfired badly for the youngest Greyjoy, however, and he ended up a prisoner of the sadistic Ramsay Bolton. In the show, King Balon has two brothers, the wild and sociopathic Euron Greyjoy , and the sour-faced priest Aeron Greyjoy.
The former made a real impact on his return to the Iron Islands, by pushing him off a rope bridge and claiming the Salt Throne for himself.
This forced Yara and Theon to flee and forge an alliance with Daenerys Targaryen. H ouse Baratheon were the proud and powerful principal house of the Stormlands.
He married Cersei Lannister, the daughter of the richest man in Westeros, in order to secure his place on the throne. Unfortunately, it was not a happy marriage with both parties straying into other beds.
Robert sired many illegitimate children during his lifetime, including Gendry. Cersei, meanwhile, sought comfort in the arms of her twin brother, Jaime.
Over the course of the series, the Baratheons were steadily picked off, and no legitimate heirs survive Gendry is unacknowledged.
H ouse Tyrell were a powerful southern family led by matriarch Olenna, who was also known as the Queen of Thorns, after her sharp tongue. It was the Tyrell grandchildren who were the major players in the Game of Thrones.