Το πρώτο ελληνικό φόρουμ για τον κόσμο του A Song of Ice and Fire και την σειρά Game of Thrones του HBO

Μην το μετακινείτε γιατί δεν φαίνεται η πρώτη είδηση!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Καλώς ήρθες, Επισκέπτης!
Είδατε τον 5ο κύκλο και μείνατε έτσι Shocked + scared + Crying or Very sad ;;; Σας περιμένουμε εδώ για συζήτηση και θεωρίες!
Θα τελειώσει ποτέ ο Martin το Winds of Winter;
Τα μέλη της κοινότητας μας είναι 165, διαδώστε μας για να γίνουμε περισσότεροι!

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    Nïx
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    Αριθμός μηνυμάτων : 3003
    Ημερομηνία εγγραφής : 04/05/2012
    Ηλικία : 23
    Τόπος : King's Landing

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    Cast

    Δημοσίευση από Nïx Την / Το Κυρ Μαϊος 06, 2012 12:59 am

    To topic αυτό θα ανανεώνεται σε κάθε επισόδιο καθώς θα προστίθεται το καστ!

    Episode 1:
    Tony Way as Ser Dontos Hollard, a drunkard knight.
    Ben Crompton as "Dolorous Edd" Tollet, a man of the Night's Watch.
    Robert Pugh as the Wildling Craster.
    Carice van Houten as Melisandre of Asshai, the "Red Priestess" of the foreign god R'hllor and an influential advisor to King Stannis Baratheon. Van Houten was previously asked (but unable) to audition for the role of Cersei in season one. While her character retains her signature red robes and hair, unlike in the novels Melisandre is not portrayed as having red eyes, making her appear somewhat more human.
    Oliver Ford Davies as Stannis's maester Cressen.
    Liam Cunningham as Ser Davos Seaworth, the "Onion Knight", a bannerman of Stannis and former smuggler. Cunningham had already been in talks for a role in season 1. As he is left-handed, his Davos has the fingers of the right hand shortened, unlike in the novels where the left hand is crippled. In an interview, Cunningham said that a lot of new dialogue had to be written for his character, because in the novels Davos, a point-of-view character, is portrayed more through his thoughts than through his actions.
    Stephen Dillane as Stannis Baratheon, the elder of Robert's two younger brothers and one of several claimants to the Iron Throne.
    Kerr Logan as Davos Seaworth's pious son Matthos.
    Karl Davies as Ser Alton Lannister, a character created for the series who replaces Cleos Frey as envoy from the Starks to the Lannisters.


    Episode 2:
    Tom Wlaschiha as Jaqen H'ghar, a caged prisoner and recruit of Yoren. Wlaschiha's pronunciation of his character's name, Jack-in, was adopted for use in the show.
    Hannah Murray as Craster's daughter Gilly.
    Gemma Whelan as Yara Greyjoy, an Ironborn captain and sister of Theon. Named "Asha" in the novels, the character's name was changed to avoid confusion with the Wildling Osha, Bran Stark's companion.
    Patrick Malahide as Balon Greyjoy, lord of the Iron Islands and father of Theon.
    Daniel Portman as Podrick Payne, the squire to Tyrion Lannister. The 19-year-old Portman plays Podrick as about 16 years old, instead of about 12 as in the novels. To be able to portray Podrick as awkward, shy and weak, Portman, previously a sportsman, stopped his fitness regimen and gained some weight to appear more endearing.
    Lucian Msamati as Salladhor Saan, a Lysene pirate and friend of Davos Seaworth.
    Andy Beckwith as Rorge and Gerard Jordan as Biter, the two other caged captives.


    Episode 3:
    Natalie Dormer as Lady Margaery Tyrell, a noblewoman from the Reach, the wife of Renly Baratheon.
    Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth, a female warrior who joins Renly Baratheon's guard and becomes a follower of Catelyn Stark. To prepare for the role, Christie took up an intense training regimen, adding over a stone (6.4 kg) of muscle mass.[28] So that she could be mistaken for a man, her armor was decorated with lines that slant away from her hips.
    Fintan McKeown as Ser Amory Lorch, a Lannister bannerman.
    Andy Kellegher as Polliver, a Lannister armsman.



    Episode 4:
    Oona Chaplin as Talisa, a healer from Volantis. She is Robb Stark's romantic interest, a role played in the novels by the noblewoman Jeyne Westerling.
    Michael McElhatton as the Stark bannerman Lord Roose Bolton.
    Nonso Anozie as Xaro Xhoan Daxos, a merchant prince of Qarth.



    Episode 5:
    Ian Hanmore as Pyat Pree, a Qartheen warlock.
    Laura Pradelska as Quaithe, a masked woman in Qarth.
    Simon Armstrong as Qhorin Halfhand, a ranger of the Night's Watch.
    Roy Dotrice as Pyromancer Hallyne, an elderly alchemist at King's Landing. Dotrice, a friend of George R.R. Martin, is the reader of the A Song of Ice and Fire audiobooks and was initially cast as Grand Maester Pycelle for the first season, but had to withdraw for health reasons.



    Episode 6:
    Rose Leslie as Ygritte, Jon Snow's love interest among the Wildlings.

    Uncast characters:
    Several characters from A Clash of Kings are not known to have been cast for season two. These include:
    Ser Jacelyn Bywater; Bronn takes his place as new city watch commander in the adaptation
    A pair of Crannogmen siblings, Meera and Jojen Reed
    Two young Freys fostered at Winterfell, known as Big Walder and Little Walder
    Roose Bolton's bastard son, Ramsay Snow
    Strong Belwas, a eunuch warrior from Meeren sent by Illyrio to guard Daenerys
    Davos Seaworth's other sons: Dale, Allard, Maric and Devan
    Stannis's wife Selyse Florent, their daughter Shireen and their fool Patchface
    The Tully family, including Catelyn's father Hoster and her brother Edmure
    The mercenary leader Vargo Hoat and his sellsword company, the "Brave Companions"
    Dunsen and Raff the Sweetling, two Lannister soldiers under Gregor Clegane's command.

    *Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have said that they would delay the introductions of several key characters first appearing in A Clash of Kings until the third season. They did so because of the large number of characters already introduced in season two, and because they couldn't afford to have people "waiting around" for their characters to become central to the plot.


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    “Once I faced a female with diamond skin," Nix said breathlessly. "I was transfixed - even as she was choking the life out of me."
    "Really?"
    "No, I saw that character on X-men. I just wanted to commiserate. Alas, I have no weaknesses."
    "Except your insanity," Lucia pointed out.
    sigh.
    "Well played, Archer.”



    Nix the Everknowing is the first Valkyrie made by Woden and Freya and therefore the most powerful Valkyrie. She is over 3,000 years old and was born "Phenix". She was once betrothed to Loki.

    She is a soothsayer and has gone mad from all the visions that she has seen. Her mind more in the future than in the present earned her the nickname Nucking Futs Nix.

    Lately the strain of steering the Accession and juggling possible futures has left her farther from sanity and ragged. Thought by many to be trying to obtain Goddess status due to her age and strength.


      Η τρέχουσα ημερομηνία/ώρα είναι Δευ Δεκ 05, 2016 12:25 pm