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Lancel Lennister (im Original: Lancel Lannister) ist ein Nebencharakter in Game of Thrones. Er. Ser Lancel Lennister (engl.: Lancel Lannister) ist der älteste Sohn von Kevan Lennister und. In Staffel 5 von "Game of Thrones" hat sich Lancel Lannister der fanatischen religiösen Bewegung 'Spatzen' angeschlossen, die den Glauben der Sieben. Im selben Jahr bekam er die Nebenrolle des Lancel Lannister in der HBO-Serie Game of Thrones. spielte er außerdem die Rolle des Max in der. 10 Lancel Lannister HD Wallpapers und Hintergrundbilder. Gratis downloaden auf diesen Geräten - Computer, Smartphone, oder Tablet. - Wallpaper Abyss.
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This gruesome act causes the remainder of the Faith Militant and Lancel first to flee hastily. When the Queen Mother doesn't show up at the Sept of Baelor for her trial, Lancel is sent to retrieve her.
On his way, he spots one of Qyburn 's little birds running towards a door and gives chase. Brother Lancel is lead on a chase through a dank, drafty tunnel but stops when he notices dark shapes.
Falling to the ground in tremendous pain, the young Lannister notices a greenish light emanating from the end of the tunnel and he drags himself toward it.
Lancel spots three candles on top of a puddle of wildfire at the end of the tunnel, realizing what is about to happen, he desperately crawls as fast as he can down the dark corridor to the candles.
But he doesn't get there in time - he can only watch as the wildfire cache explodes, incinerating him and everyone inside Baelor's Great Sept.
When Lancel was young, he was shy, timid and extremely slow-witted, constantly falling for Robert Baratheon's harsh jokes and bowing before his fearsome tempers.
He rarely spoke when he was with Robert except to offer him more wine, and to suffer his temper when there was no wine left.
After Robert was killed in a hunt, which Lancel was partly responsible for, Lancel was knighted and this made him a tad bolder - more accurately, it made Lancel entitled, pompous, arrogant and melodramatic, speaking down to Tyrion as if he were a title superior to him and using his title as a knight in order to justify actions.
When Joffrey had Ser Meryn Trant beat Sansa Stark in public, Lancel callously recited Robb Stark's recent victory against a Lannister army, making no attempt to shield Sansa from harm despite knowing she was playing no role in House Stark's rebellion against the Crown.
In the end Cersei wasn't able to intimidate him into silence, and instead forced him to be silent by striking him on his already fairly seriously injured arm.
Even after he dedicated himself to the Sparrows, he still maintained an arrogant and self-righteous attitude. In fact he was at least as arrogant as a holy man as he was as a knight.
With the rest of the Faith Militant to back him up, Lancel would repeatedly try to intimidate others regardless of these people being lords, priests or generally powerful people.
That being said, he was not incapable of being self-reproachful and he seemed to be genuinely apologetic about 'leading' Cersei into their unlawful relationship, which is in stark contrast to when he literally was rendered speechless when confronted by Tyrion with the consequences of what he had done.
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Lancel is a squire who harbors ambitions to become a great knight. He idolizes his cousin Jaime.
He has the blond hair and general good looks of the Lannisters, but is considered a poor copy of Jaime at best. He is not quite as tall, his features not so fine as Jaime, and unlike Jaime's hair of beaten gold, Lancel's hair is sandy.
On the other hand, Tyrion notes, even a poor copy of the famously very beautiful Jaime is still quite handsome.
Lancel has a good and genuinely warm relationship with his father Kevan, as well as with his mother and younger siblings. Robert Baratheon was talked into taking two Lannister cousins as squires by Cersei in service to her large and ambitious clan, Ned Stark notes.
Tyrion reflects to himself that Lancel will probably not survive another year: Cersei will kill Lancel if she discovers that he is now spying for Tyrion; Jaime will kill him if he returns and discovers his relationship with Cersei, if Cersei doesn't kill him first to prevent Jaime finding out.
Lancel doesn't appear in Seasons 3 or 4 of the TV series because he is still recovering from his arrow wound after the Battle of the Blackwater.
In the third novel A Storm of Swords it is mentioned that the actual wound was relatively moderate but soon festered and developed into a life-threatening infection.
Throughout the third novel other characters such as Tyrion sporadically mention reports that Lancel is very feverish and hovering between life and death.
Kevan tells Tyrion that Cersei often visits Lancel's sickbed, to lift his spirits and pray for him. Tyrion wonders "But is she praying that he lives, or dies?
Without his father beside him holding him up, he would surely have collapsed. Yet when Sansa praises his valor and says how good it is to see him getting strong again, both Lancel and his father beam.
Lancel is one of the only two people who praise Tyrion for his bravery at the battle of the Blackwater the second is Garlan Tyrell. Lancel regains the ability to walk under his own power by the time of Tywin's funeral, at the beginning of the fourth novel - corresponding to the Season 5 premiere, when Lancel also returns in the TV series.
He approaches Cersei, expressing his discontent of his impending marriage. She muses that he is just a weak reed, a mewling fool, that knighting him was a mistake, and bedding him was a bigger one.
Suddenly she begins to suspect correctly that he told the High Septon about them. If he confessed about bedding her, she could dismiss that as the bragging of a callow boy smitten by her beauty; but if he confessed about Robert's death - that would be disastrous for her.
Therefore, she orders her henchman Osney Kettleblack to murder the High Septon. Lancel becomes a fanatically pious man, despite his marriage to Amerei Frey and being given the lands of the newly extinct House Darry.
While en route to Riverrun to oversee the siege , Jaime passes through Darry. He meets Lancel, who tearfully confesses to sleeping with Cersei and serving Robert the strong wine which contributed to his death.
In contrast to Tyrion's prospect, Jaime does not harm Lancel, and does not resent him at all; he feels sorry for his cousin.
Lancel's confession confirms what Tyrion has told earlier Jaime about Cersei's sluttishness, and reveals to him that she is responsible for the deaths of Robert and the High Septon.
Lancel later abandons his wife and renounces his claim to any lands to join the Warrior's Sons, one of the two orders of the newly-reformed Faith Militant not the Sparrows.
He is aware of his wife's notorious promiscuity and that she will probably cheat on him in his absence, but does not care at all.
The TV version simply condensed this to make him one of the Sparrows who become the bulk of the Poor Fellows, the second order of the Faith Militant.
When Lancel reappears in the Season 5 premiere of the TV version, Cersei does remark that he has finally recovered from the wound he took at the Battle of the Blackwater over two years before , indirectly acknowledging that this is why he was not present in Seasons 3 and 4.
Lancel confesses his and Cersei's crimes also to the High Sparrow, but Cersei is not arrested due to his confession: she sends Osney to confess falsely to the High Sparrow that he has slept with Margaery, as a part of Cersei's scheme against her.
Osney sounds so pleased to be so guilty, that it arouses the High Sparrow's suspicions. He has Osney tortured, then the truth comes out: Osney admits he has slept with Cersei, murdered the previous High Septon at her command and never touched Margaery.
Cersei is thrown to jail. Later, she is confronted with all the accusations based on both Lancel and Osney's true confessions.
She admits sleeping with Lancel, but claims it was after Robert's death, therefore less serious than crime than she is accused of.
Kevan chides Cersei for corrupting Lancel, stating that she should have looked after him, guided him, found him a likely girl of good family.
Cersei apologizes, musing that Lancel wanted her more than she ever wanted him, and maybe still does. Before performing the walk of atonement, Cersei notices that Lancel is among a group of the Warrior's Sons assigned to escort her.
She is filled with anger, thinking " My blood and my betrayer ". In the epilogue of the fifth novel, Kevan contemplates about adding Lancel to the Kingsguard, thinking that there is more honor in that than he will ever find in the Warrior's Sons.
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They watch over all of us, ready to dole out mercy or justice. Their world is at hand. Contents [ show ]. Lancel serving Robert Baratheon.
Lancel in a litter informing on Cersei in " The Ghost of Harrenhal ". Lancel's forehead is engraved with the mark of the Faith Militant.
Cersei Lannister : " What could you possibly have done to warrant my forgiveness? And of course Lancel : " You have profaned our faith, the faith of our fathers and forefathers.
Lancel : " Ser Loras of House Tyrell, you have broken the laws of gods and men. He had so much to strip away, so much weighing him down.
But piece by piece he unburdened himself. Let go of pride, vanity, sin. Now his soul is so light, he will float through the Seven Heavens like a bird.
And he has much to say about you. Gods, what a stupid name. Lancel Lannister! Who named you, some halfwit with a stutter?
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The Gift. Come pagamento per i suoi servizi, Cersei fa diventare Lancel cavaliere e lo invita nel suo letto.
Sebbene Lancel sembri provare dei sentimenti, Cersei poi si stufa e lo rifiuta. Parlando con il cugino, Tyrion intuisce la tresca amorosa tra lui e Cersei e forza Lancel ad ammetterlo, ricattandolo e rendendolo una sua spia per sorvegliare le mosse della sorella.
Lancel durante la battaglia delle Acque Nere. Lancel Lannister partecipa alla battaglia delle Acque Nere durante la quale viene ferito da una freccia.
Lancel si ritira dalla battaglia e si dirige nel Fortino di Maegor , dove Cersei gli ordina di tornare in battaglia e portare Joffrey al sicuro lontano dalla battaglia.
Lancel ritorna alle mura e riferisce l'ordine e Joffrey. Tyrion insiste che il Re rimanga sul campo per incoraggiare le truppe, ma alla fine Joffrey si ritira dalla battaglia.
Fratello Lancel al funerale di Tywin Lannister. Con il passare dei mesi, Lancel entra a far parte del nuovo ordine religioso noto come i Passeri guidati dall' Alto Passero rinunciando a tutti i titoli e alla sua famiglia divenendo noto solo come Fratello Lancel.
Qui ha modo di parlare privatamente con Cersei, chiedendole di pentirsi della loro relazione contro natura e di averlo coinvolto nella morte di Re Robert Baratheon.
Cersei tuttavia lo ignora e si allontana. Lancel introdotto al Credo Militante. Lancel e altri suoi fratelli assalta il bordello di Ditocorto dove colgono l' Alto Septon in rapporti sessuali con delle prostitute.
Lancel confronta Petyr Baelish. Loras viene arrestato assieme a sua sorella Margaery per aver cercato di nascondere le colpe del fratello e i due Tyrell sono rinchiusi nelle celle del Grande Tempio di Baelor.
Un giorno Lancel si confronta con Petyr Baelish. Lancel davanti al Grande Tempio di Baelor. L'Alto Passero sorpassa quindi Jaime e i Tyrell annunciando l'annullamento del cammino di espiazione di Margaery e annuncia una nuova alleanza tra la fede e la Corona.
Lancel e il Credo si confrontano con Cersei e Gregor Clegane. Tra loro e la regina si frappone la Guardia Reale ser Gregor Clegane , che con la sua imponenza intimidisce i membri del Credo.
Uno di loro attacca ser Gregor con una mazza, e nonostante le punte dell'arma si conficchino nell'armatura, la Montagna non mostra il minimo segno di dolore.