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      Interessante Textstellen

      Ich dachte, ich eröffne den Thread mal zur Ansammlung von interessanten Textstellen zu Personen, Orten oder der Historie von Westeros. Mir ist gestern nämlich etwas aufgestoßen, dass ich nicht alle Fundstücke, die ich mache auch sofort verwerten kann. Und da das ein oder andere auch von euch gebraucht werden wird, wäre es nett, Textstellen zur allgemeinen Verwendung hier reinzustellen.
      Ich fange gleich mal an:

      Thema: Ort/Geschichte

      Ein Felsen auf den Fingers auf Lord Baelishs Land, in den der siebengezackte Stern gemeißelt ist.
      Petyr Baelish erzählt Sansa Stark, dass an dieser Stelle die Andalen zuerst Westeros betreten hätten.
      DKdD, S. 514
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Ort/Geschichte/Prophezeiung

      Das Hohe Herz/Die Kinder des Waldes/Andalen

      Sturm der Schwerter, Arya, S. 377/8
      Arya schläft eine Nacht mit Tom Siebensaiten, Anguy, Harwin, Grünbart, Gendry und Zit von der BwB auf dem Hohen Herz, einer Kuppe, auf der die Kinder des Waldes einst ein Heiligtum hatten, das der Andalenkönig Erreg abholzen ließ. Beschreibung des Ortes sowie der Sage folgt.
      Die Gruppe trift ferner auf eine weise Frau, die eine Weissagung macht.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 2 mal editiert, zuletzt von „kait“ ()

      Historie/Zeitleiste/Blackfirerebellion

      Blackfirererebellion/Deamon Blackfire/Bittersteel/Bloodraven

      Gefunden auf Westeros.org. George Martin in einem Brief an die Dabelbrothers:

      "At the time of the Redgrass Field, Daemon Blackfyre was 26, and his twin sons Aegon and Aemon, who squired for him, were 12. Bittersteel was 24, and Bloodraven 21. This was about thirteen years before "The Hedge Knight."
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Häuser/Historie

      Blachwood/Bracken/Häuser

      Aus einem Ausschnitt einer Antwortemail von George an einen Fan (Westeros.org):

      "The feud between the Brackens and the Blackwoods goes back to the Age of Heroes. Both Houses ruled the riverlands as kings at various times. They were also divided by religion; the Brackens went over to the new gods, while the Blackwoods remained with the old."
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Amtsinhaber/Hand des Königs / Geschichte

      Amtsinhaber Hand des Königs/Tywin Lannister/Jon Arryn/Eddard Stark
      Der Thron der sieben Königslande, Tyrion IV, S. 71/72

      Thyrion unterhält sich mit Littlefinger in einem bissigen Wortgefecht über die letzten 4 Hände und ihr unglückliches Ende, wobei Tywin Lannister der einzige war, der sich mit Besitz und Leben aus dem Red Keep "retten" konnte.
      Die Art und Weise, wie die Hände ihr Leben beendeten wird beschrieben, die Namen jedoch nicht genannt.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Geschichte/Haus Targaryen/ Biographie Aemon Targaryen

      Geschichte des Haus Targaryen/ Biographisches zu Aemon Targaryen & naher Anverwandter
      Der Thron der Sieben Königslande, Jon I., S. 125-127

      Jon und der Lord Commander Mormont unterhalten sich über die Vergangenheit Maester Aemons, der sich als Targaryen herausstellt.
      Erwähnt werden Daeron, Aerys I., Maekar, Aemons Bruder Daeron, Aerion der Ungeheuerliche und Aegon der unwahrscheinliche.
      Außerdem werden einige Stationen in Aemons Leben erwähnt sowie seine Gründe zur Mauer zu gehen.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Geschichte/Haus Targaryen/ Biographie

      Daena Targaryen/Rheana Targaryen/Ealena Targaryen/Aegon III/Baelor the Blessed/Deamon Blackfire

      Habe ich grade bei Westeros.org gefunden. Es handelt sich dabei um eine Beschreibung von GRRM an AMok für die Bilder, der Text ist eins zu eins kopiert worden, also liebe Admins, wenn es da Probleme gibt, wieder rauslöschen! :

      June 27, 2006 Three Maidens in the Tower [Note: The following continues <acronym title="George R. R. Martin">GRRM's series of descriptions of notable Targaryens (and Targaryen bastards) for Amoka.]

      Writing out those descriptions of Queens Alysanne and Rhaenyra somehow got me thinking about the ladies of House Targaryen. Of course, to beat two queens you need three princesses, so here are

      THREE MAIDENS IN THE TOWER

      DAENA TARGARYEN, aka DAENA THE DEFIANT The eldest daughter of King Aegon III was sixteen when her brother Baelor ascended the Iron Throne, dissolved his marriage to her (which had been celebrated but never consummated), and confined her and her sisters to their own apartments in the Red Keep, soon known as the Maidenvault. Daena was Targaryen to the bone; strong, beautiful, wilful. Her silver-gold hair was thick and curly, a wild untamed mane that tumbled down across her shoulders and framed a heart-shaped face, a pair of sparling purple eyes, and a fearless "I'll dare anything" smile. She was a wild almost from birth, lithe and athletic, a runner, a climber, and an expert horsewoman. "I was born to ride a dragon," she liked to say, but the dragons were dead. Daena was expert at riding at the rings, though she was never allowed to joust in an actual tourney. She was also a hunter, and a fine archer with her short recurved bow. She worshipped her father and idolized her brother Daeron, the Young Dragon. Daena's dress was often as dramatic as she was. As a child she often dressed all in black, like her father King Aegon III. After her brother Baelor failed to consummate their marriage, she changed to all white, and vowed to wear nothing else until she had been properly bedded, in hopes of shaming him. (It did not work. Baelor liked her in white, feeling that it made her look more innocent). Later, as a pampered prisoner in her brother's court, Daena made several escapes, usually by dressing as a washerwoman or serving girl (once with the connivance of her cousin, Aegon). You could legimately depict her in the simple brown skirt and laced bodice of a peasant girl -- in her hunting leathers, with her bow and quiver -- in her white post-wedding court clothes -- even in the blacks she wore as a child. No matter how she was dressed, however, she always wore the golden three-headed dragon pendant she had inherited from her father. At court she wore it on a fine golden chain; when in disguise, she hung it on a leather thong and hid it beneath her clothes. Supposedly she even wore it when bathing, and when making love. She became known as "Daena the Defiant" when she turned up pregnant, and refused to name the father. Her son was born robust and healthy, with the purple eyes and silver-gold hair of the Targaryens. Daena named him Daemon. Years later, when he distinguished himself as a squire, his father (who by that time was the king) presented him the sword of Aegon the Conquerer, and from time forth he was known as Daemon Blackfyre.

      RHAENA TARGARYEN
      Two years younger than her sister Daena, Rhaena had a very different personality. Where Daena was wilful, wild, and adventurous, Rhaena was dutiful, meek, and passive. When older she was heavily influenced by her brother Baelor, the Blessed, and became very pious. Unlike her sisters, she never chafed at her confinement in the Maidenvault, and in later life she joined the Faith and became a septa. At fourteen, Rhaena was just as lovely as her sister, but hers was a softer, sweeter, more feminine beauty. She loved to dress in white and gold and was very fond of lace trim on her sleeves and bodice. She loved to sew and do needlework, and often embroidered religious scenes on her own clothing (the Mother's glowing face, the Maiden and a white hart, etc). Though by no means plump, her body was more rounded than Daena's. Her breasts were larger, her lips fuller, her hair more gold than silver and always carefully coiffed and combed. She had soft, kind eyes and a shy, sweet smile.

      ELAENA TARGARYEN
      Princess Elaena was only eleven when locked away in the Maidenvault. At that age she was a skinny thing, the runt of the litter, but she had more than a little of her sister Daena's wilfullness even then, as she would prove when she grew older. She liked to dress in black as a girl, because her big sister Daena had done it. Her eyes were a soft lilac, her mouth thin-lipped and often angry. Her hair was a platinum white with a bright golden streak down the middle, an unusual color even for the Targaryens. She wore it long, pulled back, and braided, and was always being told it was her crowning beauty. When Baelor the Blessed confined his sisters to the Maidenvault, he said it was because they were so beautiful that just seeing them would tempt the men of his court to sin. Elaena hated the imprisonment, so she cut her braid off and sent it to her brother, hoping that if she rid herself of her beauty her brother might let her out. (He didn't). For years after, however, Princess Elaena wore her hair short. Elaena's most cherished possession was a dragon's egg whose stony shell showed the same colors as her hair. Elaena lived a much longer life than her sister Daena, and a much more tumultuous one than her sister Rhaena. The great love of her life was her cousin, Alyn Velaryon, the seafarer and admiral known as Oakenfist, to whom she bore a bastard son and daughter, Jon and Jeyne Waters. She married thrice in later years, twice at a king's behest and once for passion. She gave birth to seven children, then declared that if seven was sufficient for the gods it would do for her as well. Never regarded as a great beauty like her sisters, Elaena proved to be one of those women whose features improve with age, and men said she was more beautiful at seventy than she had been at seventeen. She was shrewd and intelligent as well, especially with money. Though her second husband sat on the king's small council as master of coin, it was widely known that it was Elaena who actually performed all the duties of the office. All that lies in her future, though. When sent to the Maidenvault, she was only a girl of eleven, awkward and angular, shy and charming by turns.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Geschichte/Haus Targaryen/Biographie/Blackfire Rebellion/Heraldik

      Bryndon Rivers (Bloodraven)/Daemon Blackfire/Aegor Rivers (Bittersteel)/ Daena Targaryen/König Baelor der Gesegnete/König Aegon IV/Mylessa Blackwood/Barbara Bracken/Die Schwerter Dark Sister & Blackfire

      Auch dieser Eintrag stammt ursprünglich von Westeros.org und sollte wieder entfernt werden, wenn es irgendwelche rechtlichen Probleme gibt...

      December 26, 2005 The Great Bastards [Note: The following continues GRRM's series of descriptions of notable Targaryens (and Targaryen bastards) for Amoka. Added to it is a correction related to the arms of Bittersteel, which GRRM had changed since his original conception.]


      BLOODRAVEN
      Bloodraven first, since I've already described him in "The Sworn Sword." The natural son of King Aegon IV by his sixth mistress, Lady Mylessa ('Missy') Blackwood, Brynden Rivers is an albino, with milk white skin and white hair, worn long. His eye is red -- the one he still has, the right. At the Battle of the Redgrass Field, his left eye was put out by Bittersteel when they dueled. He seldom wears an eye patch, but prefers to display his scar and empty socket to the world. On the right side of his face, over his throat and extending up to his cheek, he has the red winestain birthmark from which he gets his name. The birth mark is said to look somewhat like a raven drawn in blood. However, the likeness is hardly exact. Dunk thinks the birthmark just a splotch. It is more a suggestion of a raven shape, like a Rorschach ink blot. His colors are "scarlet and smoke," smoke being a sort of dark grey streaked and mottled with black. Because his skin is very senstive to the rays of the sun, he frequently goes about cloaked and hooded. His sigil is a white dragon (one-headed) with red eyes. (Elio has a version of it, I believe). He is a shade under six feet tall and very thin, gaunt, with a grim unforbidding aspect and a sinister reputation as a sorcerer and spymaster. Although he bears the Valyrian blade Dark Sister than once belonged to Aegon's Visenya, his favorite weapon is a tall bone-white weirwood longbow. He is an expert bowman. His longbow is weirwood, and should be white.

      DAEMON BLACKFYRE.
      The first and greatest of the Blackfyre Pretenders was the natural son of Daena Targaryen, sister, betrothed, and (briefly) wife to King Baelor the Blessed. Baelor never consummated the marriage, and had it dissolved when he ascended the Iron Throne. Daena and her two sisters were thereafter kept in a comfortable confinement in the Red Keep, in what became known as the Maidenvault. Despite her guards, however, Daena became pregnant and give birth to a strong, healthy son, Daemon. She refused to divulge the name of his father, and thereby became known as "Daena the Defiant." It was not until many years later, when the boy was a squire and bested a score of other squires in a tournament melee, that King Aegon IV (Princess Daena's cousin) acknowledged him as his own, and presented him with Blackfyre, the Valyrian steel blade of Aegon the Conquerer and all the Targaryen kings thereafter. Targaryen on both side, Daemon had all the hallmarks of his house; the silver-gold hair, the deep purple eyes, fine features of almost inhuman beauty. Daemon's friends and supporters often remarked on how much he resembled Aegon the Conquerer (or at least his likeness, since none of them had ever seen Aegon in the flesh), and indeed there was a certain similarlity, though Daemon wore his hair long, flowing down to his shoulders in a silvery-gold mane. He went clean-shaved, with neither beard nor mustache. Daemon looks every inch the warrior; broad shoulders, big arms, a flat stomach, but he was also a man of considerable charm. I'd give him a warm smile. He made friends easily, and women were drawn to him as well. As a bastard, Daemon Blackfyre bore the arms of House Targaryen with the colors reversed: a black three-headed dragon on a red field. Thus he became known as "the Black Dragon." His armor would be ornate and costly, all black and red plate, and his warhelm was distinctive, with batlike steel "dragon wings" on the sides.

      BITTERSTEEL
      His real name was Aegor Rivers, and he was the natural son of King Aegon IV by his fifth mistress, Lady Barba Bracken. Younger than Daemon Blackfyre, older than Bloodraven. Bittersteel was also a warrior, and looked the part. He was only half Tagaryen, so he got the purple eyes, but his hair was black. As a adult he wore a beard, cropped very short, little more than a shadow on his face and jaws. Somewhat of a Conanesque look to him, but not the Frank Frazetta Conan and definitely not the Arnold Conan, more the Barry Windsor-Smith version, or the one described by REH -- he is tall and well made, but lean and lithe as a panther. And angry. No smiles here. Bittersteel was pissed off all his life, and had a special loathing for Bloodraven and his mother, who had displayed his own mother as the king's favorite. His armor is well-made but plain, no nonsense grey-steel and black rings. His helm bears a horsehead crest with a horse's mane flowing down behind. His shield has a grey longsword displayed bendy sinister, witha a black dragon's head above and a red horse's head below, both facing out. The field is white. If you are going to include the Great Bastards in a group shot, Daemon and Bittersteel should both be taller and more imposing than Bloodraven, the scrawny one of the lot. .... Don't bother working up those arms for Bittersteel, I've already changed them. Came up with a much cooler image... So here's Bittersteel: a winged red stallion on a golden field. Only the horse has big black dragon wings instead of the usual Pegasus-style feathered angel wings, and he's snorting fire.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Haus Targaryen/Biographie

      Sheira Seastar/Aegon IV/Serenei of Lys/Bloodraven
      March 07, 2006 Shiera Seastar [Note: The following continues <acronym title="George R. R. Martin">GRRM's series of descriptions of notable Targaryens (and Targaryen bastards) for Amoka.]

      SHEIRA SEASTAR
      Lady Shiera was the natural daughter of King Aegon IV by the ninth and last of his mistresses, Lady Serenei of Lys, the last daughter of an ancient but impoverished line of Valyrian nobility. "Sweet Serenei," Aegon called her, but about his court she was considered cold and haughty, and some said that she was much older than the king, and preserved her beauty by the practice of dark arts. Considered by many the most lovely of Aegon's mistresses, Sweet Serenei died in childbed, bringing forth the last of the king's "Great Bastards," the daughter she named Shiera, Star of the Sea. Shiera was born with one dark blue eye and one bright green one, but the singers said that this flaw only accentuated her loveliness. She was the greatest beauty of her age, a slender and elegant woman, slim of waist and full of breast. She had the silver-gold hair of the Targaryens, thick and curling, and wore it very long. At some points in her life it fell well below her waist, almost to the back of her knees. She had a heart-shaped face, full lips, and her mismatched eyes were strangely large and full of mischief; her rivals said she used them to melt men's hearts. Even at an early age, she was a great reader. She spoke a dozen tongues and surrounded herself with ancient scrolls. Like her mother, she was reputed to practice the dark arts. Though she never wed, she had many offers, and several lovers through the years. Duels were fought over the right to sit beside her, men killed themselves after falling from her favor, poets outdid each other writing songs about her beauty. Her most ardent admirer was her half-brother, Bloodraven, who proposed marriage to her half a hundred times. Shiera gave him her bed, but never her hand. It amused her more to make him jealous. As to how to paint her... she was fond of ivory and lace and cloth-of-silver (but not gold, which she considered too vulgar). Her favorite piece of jewelry was a heavy silver necklace of emeralds and star sapphires, alternating.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Haus Targaryen/Biographie/Geschichte

      Naerys Targaryen/König Aegon IV. der Unwerte/Daeron II./Aemon der Drachenritter/Daenarys Stormborn
      = Zeit um 170 und danach

      Quelle: Westeros.org

      Naerys Targaryen [Note: The following continues <acronym title="George R. R. Martin">GRRM's series of descriptions of notable Targaryens (and Targaryen bastards) for Amoka.]

      NAERYS TARGARYEN
      The sister of King Aegon the Unworthy and Prince Aemon the Dragonknight was beautiful as well, but hers was a very fine and delicate beauty, almost unworldy. She was a wisp of a woman, smaller even than Dany (to whom she bears a certain resemblence), very slender, with big purple eyes and fine, pale, porcelain skin, near translucent. Naerys had none of Dany's strength, however. She was sickly as a child and almost died in the cradle; thereafter she found most physical activity to be very taxing. She loved music and poetry, played the harp very well, enjoyed sewing and embroidering. She was devout as well, and often found solace in the pages of The Seven-Pointed Star. After the birth of her son, she begged Aegon to have the Faith release her from her marriage vows so she could become a septa, but he refused. Naerys dressed well, but simply, and seldom wore her crown or any other jewelry. Though she had the silver-gold hair of the Targaryens, she often bound it up beneath a hair net or concealed it beneath a cowl. She ate but little and was painfully thin, almost emaciated. Her marriage was a very unhappy one, and it was said that only her son Daeron and her brother Aemon knew how to make her laugh. You will probably want to paint her sitting in a window seat, sewing or reading, with a sad and tired look on her face.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Haus Targaryen/Biographie/Geschichte

      Alysanne Targaryen/König Jaehaerys I. =Zeit um 30-103

      Quelle: Westeros.org

      June 18, 2006 Good Queen Alysanne and Rhaenyra [Note: The following continues GRRM's series of descriptions of notable Targaryens (and Targaryen bastards) for Amoka.]

      GOOD QUEEN ALYSANNE Alysanne was the queen, consort, and sister of King Jaehaerys I, the Old King, and like him she lived a long life. Since you pictured him as an old man at the end of his reign, I figure it would be most appropriate to do her the same way, rather than as the young woman she was when Jaehaerys first ascended the Iron Throne. You might consider Alysanne as the Eleanor of Aquitaine of Westeros, and model her on Katherine Hepburn's portrayal of Eleanor in the film THE LION IS WINTER. Tall and straight, unbowed by time, she had high cheekbones, clear blue eyes. Age left crow's feet around her eyes and laugh lines about her mouth, but her face never lost its strength. She was a fine archer and hunter in her youth, and loved to fly atop her dragon to all the distant parts of the realm. Alysanne was slim of waist and small of breast, with a long neck, a fair complexion, a high forehead. In old age her hair turned white as snow. She wore it in a bun, pulled back and pinned behind her hear. Her relationship with King Jaehaerys was always very close. She was his most trusted counselor and his right hand, and often wore a slimmer, more feminine version of his crown at court. Beloved by the common people of Westeros, she loved them in return, and was renowned for her charities.


      Rhaenyra Targaryen/Vyseris I./ seine Arryn- und Highgardenfrau/ Aegon II./Dance of the Dragons =Zeit um 100-131

      RHAENYRA TARGARYEN The first-born child of King Viserys I, Rhaenyra Targaryen was almost ten years older than her half-brother Aegon. She was the king's only living child (two siblings having died in infancy) by his first wife, an Arryn of the Vale, and grew up expecting to become the first ruling queen of Westeros. When the second of her brothers died soon after being born, Viserys himself began to treat Rhaenyra as his heir, keeping her by his side in court and at council meetings. Many of the nobles of the realm took note, so the young princess was surrounded by flatterers and favor-seekers all through her childhood. Her mother's death and her father's second marriage did little to disturb her expectations, but when his new Hightower queen gave the king three healthy sons and a daughter in rapid succession, the seeds of the Dance of the Dragons were sown. You will probably want to paint Rhaenyra as she was at her father's death, when she laid claim to the Iron Throne. Pampered from an early age, she was a pudgy girl and a stout woman, with a thick waist and a very large bosom. She was very proud and stubborn, and there was a certain petulance to her small mouth. Rhaenyra did have the silver-gold hair of the Targaryens, which she wore long and braided in the manner of Aegon the First's warrior wife Visenya. Rhaenyra was no warrior herself. She always dressed richly, favoring purple and maroon velvets and golden Myrish lace in intricate patterns. Her bodice often glittered with pearls and diamonds, and there were always rings on her fingers. Whenever she was anxious, she would turn them compulsively, round and round. Though Rhaenyra could be charming, she was quick to anger and never forgot a slight. During the Dance of the Dragons, she wore her father's crown.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

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      Haus Stark/Geschichte/Genealogie/Legende/Ort

      Bael der Barde/Brandon der Erbauer/Brandon der Brandschatzer/Brandon der Schiffsbauer/Brandon der Tochterlose

      Die Saat des Goldenen Löwen, Jon VI, Kapitel 23/51, S. 332.

      Ygritte erzählt Jon die Geschichte von Bael dem Barden, wobei Jon verschiedenen Brandon Starks aufzählt, worunter Brandon der Erbauer, Brandon der Brandschatzer und sein Vater Brandon der Schiffsbauer und Brandon der Tochterlose fallen.
      In der Legende von Bael wird auch erzählt, dass Winterfell zu diesem Zeitpunkt schon den Glasgarten hatte.
      Ebenfalls wird erwähnt, dass dem Starksohn Baels kurz nach Baels Tod die Haut von einem seiner Vasallen abgezogen worden war, die dieser seitdem als Mantel trug (na, wer mag das wohl gewesen sein, hört sich stark nach Boltons an, oder? ;) )
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Haus Targaryen/Biographie/Geschichte/Ort/Drachen

      Rhaegar Targaryen/Myles Mooton/Richard Lonmouth/Lord Connington/Arthur Dayne/Willem Darry/Viserys III. Targaryen/König Aerys II. Targaryen/Königin Rhaella Targaryen/Robert Baratheon/Balerion der Schwarze Schrecken/Drachengrube/Lynesse Hightower

      Sturm der Schwerter, Daenerys I., S. 138-145
      Eine ziemlich lange Passage, in der Dany über ihre Drachen und deren Aufzucht nachdenkt. Sie erinnert sich an ihren Bruder Viserys als er jünger war, dann kommen Jorah Mormont und Arstan dazu.
      Es wird über die Drachenhaltung gesprochen und Arstan beginn über die Drachen der Familie Targaryen zu erzählen und beschreibt, wie sie in der Drachengrube gehalten wurden (dabei kurze Beschreibung der Drachengrube).
      Dann beginnt er von Prinz Rhaegar zu erzählen, den er näher beschreibt. Es folgen die Beschreibungen, wie Rhaegar zum Krieger wurde, Beobachtungen zum höfischen Leben, die Nennung verschiedener Freunde Rhaegars und einiges mehr.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

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      Wildlinge/Hörner/Die Mauer/Sagen/Geschichte

      Das Horn des Winters/Joramun/Die Mauer/Die Anderen???

      Sturm der Schwerter, Jon IV., Kapitel 30, S. 512

      Jon und Ygritt haben grade mit den anderen Wildlingen die Mauer bestiegen. Da sagt Ygritte folgends:
      "Ich weine, weil wir das Horn des Winters nie gefunden haben. Wir haben ein halbes Hundert Gräber geöffnet und all diese Schatten auf die Welt losgelassen, und trotzdem haben wir das Horn von Joramun nicht gefunden, das dieses kalte Ding niederreißen könnte!"
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Institution/Ritual/Maester/Akolyth

      Glaskerzen/Gelübte der Akolythen/Ritual/Selbstbild der Maester

      Zeit der Krähen, Prolog, S. 23/24
      Armen, der Akolyth, erklärt den Novizen im Gasthaus "Federkiel und Fässchen" den Nutzen der Glaskerzen für das Gelübte zum Akolythen.
      Das Gelübte wird ungefähr beschrieben, was interessant ist, ist das Selbstbild der Maester, das Armen vermittelt.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

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      Orte/Oldtown/Kings Landing/Geschichte/Institution

      Oldtown/Kings Landing/Geschichte/Hohesepton/Religion/Rote Priester

      Zeit der Krähen, Prolog, S. 28/29
      Pate, der Novize, läuft durch Oldtown und beschreibt dabei die Stadt. Zwischenzeitlich vergleicht er Oldtown mit Kingslanding (S.28 ). Außerdem wird Oldtown als früherer Sitz des Hohesepton angesprochen, der in der Sternensepte residierte (S.28 ).
      Erwähnt werden außerdem die Roten Priester und ihr kleines Heiligtum am Hafen.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

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      Armen, der Akolyth erklärt den Novizen im Gasthaus: "Federkiel und Fässchen" den Nutzen der Glaskerzen, für das Gelübte zum Akolythen.
      Das Gelübte wird ungefähr beschrieben. Was interessant ist, ist das Selbstbild der Maester, das Armen vermittelt.

      Vorschlag den letzten Satz umzuschreiben: Besonders interessant ist das Selbstbild der Maester, welches Armen hier aufzeichnet.





      Pate, der Novize läuft durch Oldtown und beschreibt dabei die Stadt. Zwischenzeitlich vergleicht er Oldtown mit Kingslanding (S.28 ) . Außerdem wird Oldtown als früherer Sitz des Hohesepton angesprochen, der in der Sternensepte residierte (S.28 ) .
      Erwähnt werden außerdem die Roten Priester und ihr kleines Heiligtum am Hafen.


      Eigentlich wollte ich mich ja nicht in Rechtschreibung einmischen, aber so ist der erste Text deutlich lesbarer ;) Ob das grammatikalisch Richtig ist weiß ich jetzt aber auch nicht.
      Der obige Post ist völlig sinnfrei und nur auf eigene Gefahr zu lesen.

      Ceterum censeo genum humanum esse delendam

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      Haus Lannister/Biographie/Zeitangabe

      @Rince: Sicher, du hast recht!

      Tywin Lannister/Sein Vater/Kevan Lannister/Tyrion Lannister/Joana Lannister

      DIe Königin der Drachen, Tyrion (?), S. 476/77

      Beschrieben wird das Verhältnis Lord Tywins zu seinem Vater, die Situation vor seinem Tod in Casterly Rock und am Hofe.
      Gleichzeitig wird die Zeitangabe gemacht, dass Lord Tywin 20 Jahre alt war, als er anfing als Hand zu regieren und seine Aufgaben wiederum nach 20 Jahren aufgegeben habe. Diese Zeitangabe lässt Rückschlüsse auf Tywins Alter zu, das sich dann um die 56 Jahre bei Beginn der Saga festlegen lassen könnte.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)

      Institution/Königsgarde/Geschichte/Ort/Biographie

      Jaime Lannister/Turm der Weißen Schwerter/Rituale der Königsgarde/Verschiedene Mitglieder der Königsgarde aktuell und früher/Targaryens/Bruderschaft des Königswaldes/Krieg der Neunheller-Könige/Regenbogengarde/Renley Baratheon

      Die Königin der Drachen, Jaime VIII., 484-500

      -Das gesamte Jaime-Kapitel beschäftigt sich mit den Mitgliedern der Königsgarde, wobei eine ausführliche Beschreibung Ser Barristan Selmys zu finden ist, sowie Informationen zur Bruderschaft des Königswaldes, einiger Vorfälle während Aeris II. Regierungszeit und dem Krieg der Neunhellerkönige (Rebellion des letzten Blackfire-Nachkommens).
      -Beschrieben werden einige Rituale und Gebräuche der Königsgarde (u.a. der Weiße Buch, S. 485/6).
      -Interessant ist darüber hinaus die relativ ausführliche Beschreibung des Turm der Weißen Schwerter und dem Versammlungsraum der Königsgarde sowie des Mobiliars (S. 484-485).
      -Außerdem kommen Gespräche und biographisches der aktuellen Mitglieder der Königsgarde zur Sprache.
      "[…] Ich wünschte, all das wäre nie passiert …" "Das tun alle, die solche Zeiten erleben, aber es liegt nicht in ihrer Macht, das zu entscheiden … Du musst nur entscheiden, was du mit der Zeit anfangen willst, die dir gegeben ist." (J.R.R. Tolkien, Frodo und Gandalf)