Game of thrones guide to houses

Margaery tyrell

Game of Thrones has become a phenomenon because of the amazing character story and the wonderful construction of its own universe in both the books and the series. Each character and each house has such complex strengths and weaknesses that it is hard to stay with just one that deserves to rule Westeros. Fans are truly passionate and the internet is constantly flooded with memes like this one:

When you’re done, scroll to the bottom of this page to see your house and we’ll reveal the strengths, opportunities and skills you’ll need to conquer Westeros or your next big thing. Needless to say, spoilers follow, so you’ve been warned.

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Game of Thrones houses and their mottos

The Lannisters, fair-haired, tall and handsome, carry in their veins the blood of the adventurous Andals who erected the mighty kingdom in the hills and valleys of the west. They claim maternal descent from Lann the Cunning, the legendary trickster of the Age of Heroes. The gold of Casterly Rock and Golden Fang has made them the wealthiest of the Great Houses. Its coat of arms is a golden lion on gules. The motto of the Lannisters is: Hear my roar!

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The Greyjoy of Pyke claim to be descendants of the Grey King of the Age of Heroes. Legend has it that the Grey King ruled not only the Western Isles, but also the sea itself, and that he took a mermaid as his wife.

Aegon the Dragon’s ancestors escaped the Curse of Valyria and the ensuing chaos and slaughter to settle on Dragonstone, a rocky island in the Narrow Sea. From there Aegon and his sisters, Visenya and Rhaenys, set out to conquer the Seven Kingdoms. To preserve royal blood and keep it pure, House Targaryen has often followed the Valyrian tradition of intermarrying siblings. Aegon himself took his two sisters as wives and fathered children with both of them. The Targaryen banner is a three-headed dragon, gules on sable; the three heads represent Aegon and his sisters. The Targaryen motto is: Fire and Blood.

Daenerys targaryen

Robb Stark. He is the firstborn son of Ned Stark and his wife Catelyn. Heir to Winterfell, he is well aware of the responsibilities that come with his title. He is strong, quick and very mature. He will have to choose well which weddings he goes to because his end may be at one.

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Arya Stark. Feisty and combative is the least feminine Stark and the most rebellious daughter of Ned and Catelyn Stark. Very close to her half-brother Jon Snow. Missing and presumed dead, she will be punished with blindness.

Jon Snow. He is the bastard son of Eddard Stark and has been raised in Winterfell on equal terms with the rest of his brothers. His destiny will be to join the Night’s Watch in an almost suicidal mission. Despite becoming part of the Stark family, Jon is not accepted by his father’s wife, Catelyn.

The Lannisters. Their motto is Hear my Roar!”, although their unofficial motto is ‘A Lannister always pays his debts’. House Lannister of Casterly Rock is the leading noble house of the Westlands. Settled in a territory rich in gold mines, they constitute one of the most powerful houses in Westeros and the richest. There were seven of them and four are still alive.

Cersei Lannister

The astrolabe measures 33 cm and is fully articulated with movable rings that dynamically replicate the swinging motion of the astrolabe shown in the opening sequence of the series. Each of the rings is ornately detailed with details such as the emblems of the Great Houses of Westeros.

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The astrolabe measures 33 cm and is fully articulated with movable rings that dynamically replicate the oscillating motion of the astrolabe shown in the opening sequence of the series. Each of the rings is ornately detailed with details such as the emblems of the Great Houses of Westeros and the center ring is detailed with intricate symbology, revealing the history of Westeros and Essos as shown at the beginning of each episode.