Game of Thrones Fan Art: Jaime Lannister. Fan Art of Jaime Lannister for fans of Game of Thrones Lannister. Fantasy Bilder. Filme Serien. Er war das blonde Ekel, der Königsmörder, der Vater des Bastards-Königs - und wandelte sich zu einem der Fan-Lieblinge. Jaime Lennister ist. Ser Jaime Lannister, ältester Sohn von Lord Tywin Lannister und Zwillingsbruder von Königin Cersei Lannister, gehört zur königlichen Leibgarde. Sein Können.
"Jaime Lennister" aka Nikolaj Coster-WaldauEaglemoss Game of Thrones Figur - Jamie Lennister Kriegsgefangener. Sammelfigur, Kunstharz, handbemalt, Maßstab mehr. 1 Angebot. ab 28,99 €. Jaime Lannister ist eine fiktive Figur in der Reihe A Song of Ice and Fire von Fantasy-Romanen des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones, in der er vom dänischen Schauspieler Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Als Königsmörder ist Jaime Lannister in die Geschichtsbücher von Game of Thrones eingegangen. Sogar in der letzten Schlacht um.
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During the journey, Jaime spars with Ilyn during the nights, in order to train himself to fight left-handed.
Along the way he stops at Harrenhal , where he installs Ser Bonifer Hasty as castellan and releases the northern prisoners kept there, including Ser Wylis Manderly.
He has an angry confrontation with Red Ronnet Connington when he insults Brienne of Tarth. Jaime charges them with escorting Wylis safely to Maidenpool , where the northman will be put on a ship to his home of White Harbor.
After departing Harrenhal Jaime stops at Darry where his cousin, Lancel, confesses to having slept with Cersei.
Jaime is met at Riverrun by his cousin, Ser Daven Lannister , the new Warden of the West. He holds a parley with Brynden, but is unsuccessful in convincing the Blackfish to surrender the castle.
Ser Ryman Frey , the commander of the Frey forces at Riverrun, has been halfheartedly threatening every day to hang Brynden's nephew, Lord Edmure Tully , but Brynden has remained unfazed.
Jaime sends Ryman back to the Twins and places command of the Frey contingent with his son, Edwyn Frey. Taking Edmure as his own prisoner, Jaime tells Edmure that he is to be released and returned to Riverrun.
If he yields the castle, the garrison will be spared and all that wish to join the Night's Watch will be allowed to do so. If he does not surrender, the castle will be sacked and burned, and Jaime will return Edmure's child—by catapult—as soon as his wife Roslin Frey gives birth.
Edmure decides to yield the castle and be taken to Casterly Rock as a prisoner, but not before allowing Brynden to escape by swimming under Riverrun's Water Gate at night.
A furious Jaime and sends some of his men to find the Blackfish, but they are unsuccessful. Cersei requests Jaime as her champion in a potential trial by combat.
Jaime does not reply to the letter and orders Peck to burn it. Jaime arrives at Raventree Hall , the last holdout of Robb Stark 's supporters.
The castle is under siege by Lord Jonos Bracken. Jaime finds the state of the siege to be dismal, and hopes to swiftly end it.
His arrival is unexpected, and he strides into Bracken's tent while he is with a whore. Jonos fills Jaime in on the situation at hand, and Jaime finds the scene rooted in the age-old feud between Bracken and Blackwood.
Jaimes then treats with Lord Tytos Blackwood , who agrees to bend the knee to King Tommen and rescind his support of the Stark and Tully cause.
In return, he must give up some of his lands to Jonos Bracken and send his son Hoster to the Red Keep as a hostage.
Because of House Bracken's early support of Robb Stark, however, Jaime also requires Jonos to send one of his daughters to King's Landing as a hostage.
After settling matters at Raventree, Jaime and his men head back to Riverrun. They make camp at Pennytree , where the locals are still wary of travelers and "king's men," and will not allow Jaime's men to enter the holdfast.
Jaime decides not to follow the advice of Ser Kennos of Kayce , who recommends that he storm the holdfast. While at Pennytree, Jaime receives an unexpected visit from Brienne of Tarth.
She tells Jaime that she has found Sansa , who is a day's ride away. She claims, however, that Jaime must go with her alone or else the Hound will kill the girl.
The things I do for love. Jaime: If there are gods , why is the world so full of pain and injustice? Catelyn: Because of men like you.
Jaime: There are no men like me. There's only me. I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did , and reviled by so many for my finest act.
It was that white cloak that soiled me, not the other way around. Jaime had decided that he would return Sansa , and the younger girl as well if she could be found.
It was not like to win him back his honor, but the notion of keeping faith when they all expected betrayal amused him more than he could say.
Jaime: Ser, you've been remiss in teaching our new brothers their duties. Meryn: What duties? Jaime: Keeping the king alive. How many monarchs have you lost since I left the city?
Two , is it? And me, that boy I was When I donned the white cloak? When I opened Aerys's throat? That boy had wanted to be Ser Arthur Dayne , but someplace along the way he had become the Smiling Knight instead.
I learned from Ser Arthur Dayne , the Sword of the Morning , who could have slain all five of you with his left hand while he was taking a piss with the right.
I've lost a hand, a father , a son , a sister , and a lover, and soon enough I will lose a brother. And yet they keep telling me House Lannister has won this war.
I have made kings and unmade them. Sansa Stark is my last chance for honor. Cersei: You must take Father's place as Hand.
You see that now, surely. Tommen will need you Jaime: A Hand without a hand? A bad jape, sister. Don't ask me to rule.
This was justice. Make a habit of it, Lannister , and one day men might call you Goldenhand after all.
Goldenhand the Just. Jaime: Are there any terms you will accept? Brynden: From you? Jaime: Why did you even come to treat with me?
Brynden: A siege is deadly dull. I wanted to see this stump of yours and hear whatever excuses you cared to offer up for your latest enormities.
They were feebler than I'd hoped. You always disappoint, Kingslayer. They called him the Lion of Lannister to his face and whispered "Kingslayer" behind his back.
Jon found it hard to look away from him. Rodrik : Even the Kingslayer would flinch at the murder of an innocent child.
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The Kingsroad. Lord Snow. Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things. The Wolf and the Lion. You Win or You Die. Fire and Blood. The North Remembers.
A Man Without Honor. The Prince of Winterfell. Valar Morghulis. Dark Wings, Dark Words. Walk of Punishment.
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Rochedo Castely, Terras Ocidentais. Jaime knew that Robert raped Cersei It is an exceptionally cruel thing for Jaime to do. Coster-Waldau said, "If you look closer there are those moments where she—well, I haven't seen the finished edit, of course—but we tried to have it where she goes into it then she pulls away, she goes in then she pulls away, but of course he is forcing himself.
But we never discussed it as that. It was a woman in grief for her dead child, and the father of the child—who happens to be her brother—who never really acknowledged the children is standing with her.
That, for me, is where she was at. There was an emotional block, and [her brother] was just a bit of a drug for her.
The Jaime-Cersei scene was subsequently ignored for the rest of Season 4 and the rest of the series. Writing on website TheMarySue.
Pahle argued that in real life a woman would be traumatized by being raped, not act as if nothing had happened immediately afterwards.
Pahle said that even if the show's creators did not intend it as a rape scene, ignoring questions about the scene and hoping they would go away over time was insensitive to the audience.
In , Christopher Hooton wrote for The Independent :. Game of Throne s is full of characters who are very sure of themselves Except Jaime Lannister, who was given a considerable amount of screen time this week in order to establish a little more complexity in his character.
Thus far in the show his character arc has gone from "massive jerk", to "still a massive jerk but admirable in how he withstands imprisonment" to "maybe he's starting to redeem himself".
This third strand had waned a little in season 6 as he returned to Cersei's side, but showed glimpses of returning in episode 8 as he was reunited with Brienne, about the only character who can appeal to his sense of guilt and honour.
Jaime's storyline in the first season remains, for the most part, identical to his book storyline, with only minor details altered.
Introduced in the pilot, " Winter is Coming ", Jaime is established as queen Cersei Lannister 's brother and a knight of King Robert Baratheon 's Kingsguard.
After being discovered by Brandon Stark to be having an affair with Cersei, Jaime pushes the boy to his presumed death, only for Bran to survive the fall, admittedly with life-changing injuries and little recollection of the event.
As the season continues, Cersei expresses her concern to Jaime that Bran will one day remember being pushed and expose their incestuous affair, which has spawned all three of Cersei's children.
Jaime soon joins his father Tywin Lannister in the field as they face off against Robb Stark 's army following the imprisonment of Ned Stark in King's Landing.
At the Battle of Whispering Wood, Robb captures Jaime from the Lannister forces and uses him as a hostage. In the aftermath of Jaime's capture, he confesses to Catelyn that he tried to kill Bran, but refuses to reveal why.
Robb brings a captive Jaime with his camp as they march through the Westerlands, as Robb fears Tywin may coerce one of his bannerman into freeing Jaime.
At one point Jaime attempts to escape by beating his cousin and fellow inmate Alton Lannister to death and strangling his guard Torrhen Karstark when he comes to investigate.
Jaime is soon recaptured by Robb's bannermen, but the anger of Torrhen's father Rickard proves fatal for Robb's campaign in the coming months.
After Jaime goads Catelyn by mentioning Ned's rumoured infidelity, she releases him and has Brienne of Tarth escort him to King's Landing to trade for her daughters, Sansa and Arya.
After spending several weeks on the road, Jaime attempts to free himself from Brienne's escort and return home to King's Landing by himself.
During his attempts to do this, however, they are soon captured by a squad of soldiers sporting the banners of House Bolton. As their prisoner, Jaime manages to convince them not to rape Brienne, but their leader Locke takes umbrage when Jaime tries to use his status to secure his own release.
He chops off Jaime's sword hand. In the days following this incident, Jaime is shown to be weak and delirious, with his wound becoming increasingly infected.
The two are taken to Harrenhal, where the former maester Qyburn treats Jaime's wound. Jaime reveals to Brienne the truth about why he killed the Mad King Aerys during Robert's Rebellion.
Roose Bolton lets Jaime return to King's Landing but insists on keeping Brienne prisoner for abetting treason, though Jaime ultimately returns to rescue Brienne from being killed by a bear for Locke's amusement.
The two return to King's Landing and Jaime is reunited with Cersei. Tywin gifts Jaime a Valyrian steel sword forged from House Stark's ancestral sword, Ice, and asks him to resign from the Kingsguard and rule Casterly Rock, disowning him when he refuses.
Qyburn fits Jaime with a gilded steel hand, while Tyrion arranges for Jaime to have sword lessons with his bodyguard Bronn. After their son Joffrey is poisoned at his own wedding, Cersei initially refuses to resume their relationship.
The two later proceed to having angry sex in front of Joffrey's body. Jaime gifts Tywin's sword to Brienne, as well as the services of Tyrion's squire Podrick Payne.
Jaime tasks her to find and protect Sansa Stark. With Tyrion accused of Joffrey's murder, Jaime refuses to believe his brother is guilty.
Jaime convinces Tywin to spare Tyrion in return for leaving the Kingsguard, though Tyrion later chooses trial by combat.
Tyrion loses the trial and is sentenced to death, but Jaime releases him from his cell and helps him escape to Essos.
Cersei guilts Jaime for releasing Tyrion, and Jaime later admits to Bronn that he intends to kill Tyrion the next time they meet.
When a message arrives from Martells subtly threatening Myrcella as revenge for Prince Oberyn Martell's death in Tyrion's trial by combat, Jaime and Bronn travel to Dorne in secret to retrieve her.
As they make their escape they are accosted by Oberyn's bastard daughters, the Sand Snakes, and engage in a fight before all five are arrested by the Water Gardens' palace guards.
Doran Martell realises that the message was sent by Oberyn's paramour Ellaria Sand and decides to send Myrcella and his own son Trystane back to King's Landing with Jaime as a peace offering between the two houses.
As the ship sets sail, Myrcella admits to Jaime that she has always known he is her father, and that she feels happy knowing this. The two share a brief embrace before Myrcella suddenly collapses and dies, having been poisoned by Ellaria.
Jaime returns to King's Landing with Myrcella's corpse. He orders Trystane to stay on the boat outside the city to protect him from Cersei's wrath, and sends word to Doran naming Ellaria as Myrcella's killer.
After Doran receives this news, Ellaria promptly kills Doran, sends Obara and Nymeria to King's Landing to kill Trystane, and seizes control of Dorne.
At Myrcella's funeral, Jaime confronts the religious leader, the High Sparrow, for having forced Cersei to walk naked through the streets of King's Landing as punishment for adultery, but is forced to stand down at the arrival of the Faith Militant.
Jaime enlists the Tyrell army to march on the Sept of Baelor to secure the release of Margaery and Loras Tyrell. However, they find that Margaery has seemingly become a follower of the High Sparrow and that Tommen has forged an alliance with the Faith Militant.
As punishment for taking up arms against the Faith, Jaime is removed from the Kingsguard. He is sent to Riverrun with Bronn to assist House Frey in reclaiming the castle from Brynden "Blackfish" Tully and the occupying Tully forces.
After a failed parlay, Brienne arrives and implores both Jaime and the Blackfish to end the siege without bloodshed, so the Tully rebels can help Sansa Stark retake Winterfell.
Brienne fails in this task, therefore Jaime tries to peacefully persuade Edmure into surrendering the castle. Seeing that Edmure refuses to cooperate, he threatens that his son will be sent to him via catapult, which finally makes him agree to his terms of surrender.
Edmure is released and promptly opens the gates to the Lannisters, and Jaime manages to resolve the siege without loss of life. Jaime sees Brienne and Podrick fleeing by boat from the castle walls, but only waves a discreet farewell and does not alert his men.
After traveling to House Frey's fortress The Twins for a feast to celebrate their victory at Riverrun, Jaime returns to King's Landing.The twin brother of Cersei Lannister, the Queen of Westeros, Jaime Lannister is a knight of the Kingsguard. Known for being arrogant and dishonorable, Jaime has the cunning to play the Game of Thrones. Ser Jaime Lannister, also known as the Kingslayer, is an anointed knight of House Lannister, and serves as a member of the Kingsguard for King Aerys II Targaryen and later King Robert I Baratheon, as well as Robert's legal sons, Joffrey and Tommen. He is the twin brother of Cersei Lannister and the older brother of Tyrion Lannister. Brienne of Tarth and Jaime Lannister first meet when Catelyn Stark entrusts Brienne to escort Jaime back to King's Landing, in a planned exchange for Sansa and Arya. Season 2 Brienne stands outside of the cage Jaime is held in, as Catelyn speaks with him. Jaime does his best to taunt Catelyn. Jaime Lannister Game of Thrones The Loyal Subjects Action Vinyls GoT. Condition is New. See pics please. Thanks for looking. Ser Jaime Lannister was the elder son of Lord Tywin Lannister, younger twin brother of Queen Cersei Lannister, and older brother of Tyrion Lannister. He was involved in an incestuous relationship with Cersei, and unknown to most, he was the biological father of her three bastard children, Joffrey, Myrcella, and Tommen, as well as her unborn child. Jaime Lannister ist eine fiktive Figur in der Reihe A Song of Ice and Fire von Fantasy-Romanen des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones, in der er vom dänischen Schauspieler Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Ser Jaime Lennister (im Original: Jaime Lannister), auch "Königsmörder" (im Original: Kingslayer. Ser Jaime Lennister (engl.: Jaime Lannister), auch bekannt als der Königsmörder (engl. Er war das blonde Ekel, der Königsmörder, der Vater des Bastards-Königs - und wandelte sich zu einem der Fan-Lieblinge. Jaime Lennister ist.