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Aug 24, Tommen And Myrcella Baratheon From Game Of Thrones Are it's still kind of hilarious to see that them dating, especially considering their. Aug 22, You probably know them better by their characters' names on Game of Thrones: Tommen and Myrcella. Yes. Lannister siblings dating in real. Aug 31, It turns out year-old Dean-Charles Chapman and year-old Nell Tiger Free, who play Tommen and Myrcella Baratheon on the hit HBO.
Roose Bolton along with his wife and hours-old heirBalon Greyjoy last of the participants in the War of the Five Kings and the last of the leeches burned in the fire by Melisandre and Prince Doran Martell of Dorne that guy in the bathrobe and wheelchair.
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All 52 episodes of 'Game of Thrones,' rated and reviewed But the most important death is the one that barely got any attention: She was the last Baratheon in Westeros — legally speaking, at least — and her absence has the potential to create even more of a power vacuum in Tommen's already ineffectual reign.
GIPHY If Tommen were to die without producing any offspring, there'd be no official heir apparent — a fact that doesn't seem to have occurred yet to his mother Cersei or biological father Jaime. So far, apparently, neither has thought to do what any real-life monarchy would do in this situation: Which would be an easy and indeed pleasant duty for them — if they'd only hit the books to find out who the successor is.
Note that this is not the case in the Song of Ice and Fire books on which the show is based.Dean-Charles Chapman (Tommen Baratheon in Game of Thrones)Photos - Family - Friends
Martin has kept Myrcella and Stannis alive thus far; he also didn't have Stannis's daughter and heir, Shireen Baratheon, burned at the stake. At this stage, the showrunners are far more murderous than the famous author. Is that a spoiler? The new 'Game of Thrones' dilemma for book fans.
So who is next in line to the Iron Throne of Westeros on the show, presuming Tommen's death leads to a peaceful and legal transfer of power? The answer might surprise you. But buckle up, because we're going to need to do some serious time traveling through Westeros history.
Even in real life, royal lines of succession can be hard to grasp. First of all, it isn't simply about who is descended from whom. There are several hundred royals in Europe who have more right to sit on the throne of England than Queen Elizabeth II, for example, but they are barred by dint of being descended from the Stuarts, a line of ousted Catholic English kings. Similarly, if the Baratheons died out, legally and politically speaking, you couldn't simply hand the Iron Throne back to Daenerys, daughter of the Targaryen king that King Robert Baratheon ousted.
Once a new dynasty seizes a throne, there's no going back except by force. And Dany's chances of doing that are looking pretty slim at the moment. Sorry Dany, Dragons don't count when it comes to the line of succession. HBO So to find out who would replace Tommen, we have to go through a convoluted Baratheon family tree, find out who married whom, and end up in another House altogether.
But first, a side note: Yes, technically there is a son of Robert Baratheon still alive in the show. His name is Gendry, the only one of Robert's bastards to survive Cersei's massacre. But he is still a bastard, and to ascend to the throne he'd have to have the current king legitimize him.
That's hardly likely, of course, even though Gendry has Baratheon blood in him and Tommen secretly, sort of doesn't. The air in King's Landing is thick with irony. Robert Baratheon King Robert and his lethal drinking horn. He had three kids, officially and legally at least, with Queen Cersei.
Joffrey and Myrcella are dead, leaving only Tommen — and if the prophecy Cersei received from a witch is to be believed, the other blond-haired kid isn't long for this world either.
The Throne would then pass to Stannis Baratheon, if he weren't pushing up daisies near Winterfell, then his faithful daughter Shireen Baratheon, if she weren't in cinders, then his younger brother Renly Baratheon, if he weren't in an advanced state of decomposition post-shadow baby. That exhausts this generation of Baratheons.
And according to this unbelievably extensive Baratheon family treeyou have to go all the way back to Robert's great-great-great-great-grandfather to find anyone in his family who sired another line that survived. A hundred and fifty years before Robert was even born, an aristocrat called Corwen Baratheon married a woman named Leyne and had six kids.
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One of them, Arion, was Robert's great-great-great grandfather. The next one down to have surviving kids was Elyanna, who married a Lord named Mathin. And who was Tytos' firstborn son? Tywin Lannister If you were still alive, you'd be here by now.
HBO Yep, that's right. The old puppet-string puller, Lannister Godfather and Hand of the King could have sat on the Iron Throne in his own right! That is, if he hadn't ended up looking down the business end of Tyrion's crossbow while sitting on the commode. Overview[ edit ] Tommen Baratheon is not a point of view character in the novels, so his actions are witnessed and interpreted through the eyes of other people, such as his mother Cersei Lannisterhis uncle Tyrion Lannisterand Sansa Stark.
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Tommen is mostly a background character in the novels. Tommen is a submissive child and, as a result, does everything that is asked of him. Thus, Cersei uses him to rule as she likes, though Margaery manipulates him into resisting his mother. Like his sister, he is good-natured and passive in contrast to his brother Joffrey. He is fond of his uncle Tyrion. Season 2[ edit ] When Myrcella was shipped off to Dorne as part of a marriage alliance with the Lannisters, Tommen wept when his sister left, for which Joffrey chastised him.
During the battle of the Blackwater, Cersei was prepared to give him nightshade drops for a quick painless death rather than brutality, until Tywin announced that they won the battle. Season 4[ edit ] Tommen is present at Joffrey and Margaery's wedding. He also attended Joffrey's funeral during which Tywin proceeds to tell Tommen about the duties of a king's marriage, ignoring Cersei's angry glares. Margaery later visits Tommen one night where he reveals his pet cat Ser Pounce, and the fact that he and Joffrey didn't get along.
This causes him and Margaery to bond over their mutual relief that they are free of him. Tommen agrees that he'd like Margaery to visit him again. Margaery departs, but not before giving him a kiss on the forehead. A ceremony is held in the Red Keep where the high septon officially crowns Tommen as king. Season 5[ edit ] During the wake of his deceased grandfather, Tommen is approached by Margaery, who shares a few close words with him and holds his hand briefly.