Who is the main character in Games of Thrones?
I think this question disturbs lots of GoT fans. Recently I have read a interesting post that Mathematicians Worked Out the Game of Thrones Main Characters. You can check it here http://essay-writer.club/blog/game-of-t … haracters/ It was quite interesting to read and the results where a little bit shocking. So. guys what is your mind?
I just started reading the book-birthday present-and it seems there are many main characters. Hopefully this will be on Netflix soon because it seems this show has to be watched from the beginning.
Yes.. definitely watch from the beginning. There are so many sub-plots that you will miss many of the nuances if you start watching part way through. I hope you get to start watching it after you have read the books. The books fill in many details.
Of course you should start watching from the beginning cause you won't be able to understand whats going on. I still need some time to recognize some of the heroes.
Game of Thrones is a great series on HBO. I read all of the books before the series ever started and I would have to say that each book (season) has it's own main characters. The Starks and Lannisters seem to hold the majority of roles and have been continuous throughout the story in big ways.
I have three different possibilities:
1. Jon Snow - likely hidden heir to the Iron Throne and possible savior of the world against white walkers; his resurrection without being half a man makes this likely
2. Sansa Stark - originally slated to marry the heir to the Iron Throne, may end up Queen of the North and one or two other territories based on which marriages are recognized. If she reunites with Tyrion Lannister after he comes back to Westeros with Danerys' dragons, their children ruling both the North and Casterly Rock, it would neat.
3. Littlefinger versus Varys - and one of them winning the war of the worldviews, with the whole book being the reflections and machinations of their private war.
To use a term from literature and film, it'd be accurate to say the series has diffuse protagonists. While some characters are more important than others, having several protagonists scattered across the setting with conflicting goals lets the whole narrative take on a larger scope than would have been possible with only one or two central characters.
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