Oberyn Martell, auch bekannt als die "rote Viper" gilt als begnadeter Kämpfer und ist der Geliebte von Ellaria Sand. spielte Pascal in sieben Folgen der vierten Staffel der HBO-Fantasyserie Game of Thrones die Rolle des dornischen Prinzen Oberyn Martell. trat. Oberyn Martell spielt nur in Game of Thrones Staffel 4 eine große Rolle. Der jüngere Bruder von Doran Martell sinnt auf Rache für seine.
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Oberyn Nymeros Martell, mit dem Spitznamen Red Viper, ist eine fiktive Figur in der Serie A Song of Ice and Fire epischer Fantasy-Romane des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones. Oberyn ist ein Mitglied des Hauses Martell, welches die Herrschaft über das südliche Königreich Dorne innehat. Prinz Oberyn, auch die Rote Viper (im Original. Prinz Oberyn Nymeros Martell, auch bekannt als die Rote Viper, ist Doran Martells heißblütiger. spielte Pascal in sieben Folgen der vierten Staffel der HBO-Fantasyserie Game of Thrones die Rolle des dornischen Prinzen Oberyn Martell. trat. Oberyn Martell spielt nur in Game of Thrones Staffel 4 eine große Rolle. Der jüngere Bruder von Doran Martell sinnt auf Rache für seine. Oberyn Martell, auch bekannt als die "rote Viper" gilt als begnadeter Kämpfer und ist der Geliebte von Ellaria Sand. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an oberyn martell an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für kostüme zu.
spielte Pascal in sieben Folgen der vierten Staffel der HBO-Fantasyserie Game of Thrones die Rolle des dornischen Prinzen Oberyn Martell. trat. Prinz Oberyn Nymeros Martell, auch bekannt als die Rote Viper, ist Doran Martells heißblütiger. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an oberyn martell an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für kostüme zu. The Once Upon have established that the Iron Throne is more powerful than the Faith in Westeros, and kings can legitimize bastards without consulting the Faith. Sign In Don't have an account? Nymeria Sand Deceased. The Dornish lords tell Tyrion that Oberyn in fact arrived in the city before dawn. If only Vive La France Streaming hadn't taunted him: he could have walked away and left poor Ser Gregor to die. Retrieved May 30,
Oberyn was a deeply honorable man, but his philosophy in life was that he did not care about the negative opinions of others - he would rather live life on his own terms, openly challenging his enemies and risk destruction rather than live by someone else's rules.
Rather ironically, it was Oberyn's zest for life, his temper, overconfidence, love for his sister, and hatred towards Gregor Clegane that led to his death.
He entered his duel with Gregor with an arrogant swagger, making already several impetuous and unwise decisions such as drinking before the duel and refusing to wear a helmet.
Moreover, he was clearly enjoying himself while fighting Gregor, even though he was aware of the seriousness of the situation and one false move could result in both his and an innocent man's death.
Given the skills he displayed while fighting The Mountain, however, perhaps these traits were not unjustified.
Unfortunately, near the end of their fight, where it seemed certain Oberyn would win, Oberyn allowed his emotions to get the better of him, angrily demanding a confession to killing his sister.
Gregor used this as an advantage, and brutally killed Oberyn, but not before sadistically admitting to murdering Elia and her children and raping her.
There is a range of promotional images, screen captures and costumes featuring Oberyn in the gallery. Oberyn has a lined face with thin eyebrows, black "viper" eyes and a sharp nose.
His hair is lustrous and black with only a few silver streaks and recedes from his brow into a widow's peak. It is not unusual for lords and ladies in Dorne to be openly bisexual, due to the relaxed attitude towards sexuality among the Dornish.
In a way he is the counterpart of Robert Baratheon. While he has also a verocious sexual appetite, he doesn't ignore the children that are born out of it and takes care of them, raises them at the court of Dorne.
Oberyn is called "the Red Viper" by friend and foe alike due to his penchant for coating his weapons in lethal poisons, so that even a glancing wound will prove fatal.
Oberyn was the youngest of the three Martell siblings: Elia was born nine years after Doran, and Oberyn one year after Elia.
Oberyn knocked Willas from his horse, but Willas's foot got caught in the stirrup and the horse fell on him, crushing his leg and leaving him crippled.
Though Willas does not personally bear any ill-will towards Oberyn for the incident and they continue a friendly correspondence, it becomes a new source of friction in the ancient feud between Dorne and the Reach.
Although Oberyn is known to have studied to become a maester in his youth - successfully forging several links of his chain - he is noted to have studied the poisoner's art while traveling the Free Cities , not at the Citadel , as the show specifies.
When Oberyn visits Tyrion Lannister in his cell following Joffrey's murder , he jokes that he owes Cersei his gratitude for accusing her brother of the deed.
Had she not, Oberyn himself may soon have come under suspicion, because " who knows more of poison than the Red Viper of Dorne, after all?
Oberyn's words imply that there have been two parallel, independent plots to murder Joffrey by poisoning. It is unknown how Oberyn sought to kill Joffrey perhaps the scorpion-shaped brooch, which he gave Joffrey at the breakfast prior to the wedding, was coated with poison ; whatever his plan was, the Tyrells have beaten him to it.
Before Oberyn travels to King's Landing, Doran gives him instructions: to take the measure of Joffrey and his council; to make note of their strengths and weaknesses; to find friends for Dorne, if there are any to be found; to learn what he can of Elia's end; but not to provoke Lord Tywin unduly.
You would do better to warn the Lannisters against provoking me". Eventually he goes beyond anything Doran asked him, refusing to wait any longer in seeking justice for Elia.
Ellaria is in favor of the match, too. Oberyn, however, has a very negative opinion about Cersei, and states he'd prefer that a hundred red scorpions would fall upon him than sleeping with the "golden-haired whore".
Jaime strongly objects to the match, in view of Oberyn's negative reputation. When Oberyn travels to King's Landing to take Dorne's seat on the small council, he meets Tyrion at the gates of the capital with the main Dornish party, not in a brothel as depicted in the TV series.
It is at this point that he tells Tyrion about the first time they met, soon after Tyrion had been born, which the series held back until Oberyn visited Tyrion in his black cell, probably for dramatic effect.
Similarly, Oberyn offered to be Tyrion's champion before Tyrion actually demanded a trial by combat, whereas in the series he dramatically volunteers to be his champion when Tyrion has lost all hope of finding anyone to fight for him, and is resigned to facing the Mountain himself.
Due to their shared hatred for House Lannister, Oberyn and Tyrion form a bond of sorts. Oberyn offers to take Tyrion to live in Sunspear with the Martells, should he defeat Gregor Clegane and gain Tyrion his freedom, in order to get him away from the vengeful Cersei, who may still attempt to have him killed.
Oberyn loses the duel against Clegane, however, and is killed, though he manages to poison him with manticore venom in the process.
When treating Clegane, Qyburn theorizes that Oberyn had adulterated the manticore venom on his spear with sorcery; thickening it in order to slow it's progress through the veins towards the heart, dragging out Gregor's agony.
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You're not a golden lion. You're just a pink little man who's far too slow on the draw. Tell your father I'm here.
And tell him the Lannisters aren't the only ones who pay their debts. How fortunate for you, former Queen Regent , that your daughter, Myrcella , has been sent to live in the latter sort of place.
That pretty ass of yours will sag, your belly will grow soft, your back will creak and grey hairs will sprout from your ears.
Nobody will want you any more. Olyvar : " Everyone has a preference. The Gods made that motions to Ellaria and Marei , and it delights me.
The Gods made this spanks Olyvar's bottom , and it delights me. When it comes to war I fight for Dorne , when it comes to love Cersei Lannister : " What good is power if you cannot protect the ones you love?
They are very impressive on the battlefield. Less so in the bedroom. Most of us live and die in the same corner where we were born and never get to see any of it.
I don't want to be most of us. A head twice the size of his body, a tail between his legs, claws, one red eye, the privates of both a girl and a boy.
When we met your sister, she promised she would show you to us. Every day we would ask. Every day she would say, "Soon. Your head was a bit large.
Your arms and legs were a bit small, but no claw. No red eye. No tail between your legs. Just a tiny pink cock.
We didn't try to hide our disappointment. Oberyn Martell : " And what about what I want? Justice for my sister and her children. I've come to the perfect place.
I want to bring those who have wronged me to justice, and all those who have wronged me are right here. I will begin with Ser Gregor Clegane, who killed my sister's children and then raped her with their blood still on his hands before killing her too.
I will be your champion. Tyrion Lannister : " Looks like very light armor. Oberyn takes a sip of wine You shouldn't drink before a fight.
Elio and Linda pointed out that customs for bastardy and legitimization are somewhat different in Westeros from the real Middle Ages, in which the Church was more powerful than the Crown and had control over declaring a child legitimate.
The books have established that the Iron Throne is more powerful than the Faith in Westeros, and kings can legitimize bastards without consulting the Faith.
A major fan theory circulating for some time, which Elio and Linda support, is that rather than get an "annulment" from Elia, Rhaegar may have polygamously married Lyanna as a second wife.
Most famously, Aegon the Conqueror , who invaded and united the Seven Kingdoms and forged the Iron Throne , was simultaneously married to both of his sisters: Visenya and Rhaenys.
The Faith of the Seven in Westeros strictly forbids both of these practices, and Aegon tacitly seemed to give the promise that the new Targaryen dynasty would stop following them.
Aegon's sons then tried to bring back incestuous marriages, leading to the Faith Militant uprising. More specifically, Aegon's younger son Maegor the Cruel , a brutal tyrant, also tried to bring back polygamy - the High Septon at the time wouldn't grant him an annulment, despite his wife being apparently barren, because she was the High Septon's own niece.
Aegon's grandson Jaehaerys I Targaryen later negotiated peace in the realm, ending the uprisings, but the Targaryens were allowed to keep practicing incestuous marriages.
Polygamy, meanwhile, was never specifically outlawed, it just fell out of favor, as the Targaryens were wise enough not to antagonize the Faith again by taking multiple wives in contrast, they already had an incestuous bloodline, and who they subsequently married wouldn't change that - but they could chose not to take more than one wife.
A few key hints exist even centuries later that some Targaryens wanted to revive polygamy if they thought they were powerful enough to get away with it, the chief example of which is Daemon Blackfyre , a legitimized bastard son of Aegon IV Targaryen.
Many people in-universe believe that he launched the Blackfyre Rebellion against his own half-brother the king over his love of his half-sister, who the king sent away in a marriage-alliance.
Others counter that Daemon was already married so this doesn't make sense, and his wife had produced seven sons and a number of daughters for him.
In turn, this led some maesters to suspect that Daemon secretly intended to marry his sister as his polygamous second wife, and that he was powerful enough to pressure the Faith into accepting this much as they had all of the incest marriages.
It is generally suspected that Rhaegar wanted a second marriage because he believed he needed to have three children to fulfill part of the prophecy about The Prince That Was Promised - that the "Prince" would actually be three people acting together.
Elia Martell had very frail health, however, and her first two pregnancies nearly killed her, and the maesters said she would not survive another.
Another possibility is that according to the aforementioned prophecy, The Prince That Was Promised had to be sired by Targaryen and Stark parents, as implied by the phrase "ice and fire": the Targaryens are associated with fire their house sigil is a dragon , and the Starks are associated with ice they rule the North.
That could be the reason Rhaegar chose Lyanna as the mother for the promised child. Rhaegar annulling his marriage to Elia Martell introduces the complication that this might lead to his first two children with her being retroactively declared illegitimate such as when Henry VIII of England ended his marriage to Katherine of Aragon, then her daughter Bloody Mary's enemies used this to argue she wasn't legitimate.
While somewhat of a moot point because they died years ago, at the time Rhaegar wouldn't have wanted to risk angering the Dornish like that.
Even if Rhaegar hypothetically pressured the High Septon into granting him an annulment on some false pretext or another this would greatly anger the Martells and possibly make them rise in open revolt against the Targaryens.
As it happened, during Robert's Rebellion, the Martell armies fought for the Targaryens because Elia was a hostage in the Red Keep, and because her children with Rhaegar would one day be the heirs to the Iron Throne.
Of course, in either scenario, the Martells would have been greatly displeased: even if Rhaegar explicitly made the public declaration that his children with Elia would rank ahead of any children with Lyanna, a future rebellion could break out against Elia's children using the pretext that she had been superseded by Lyanna and her children retroactively made bastards the legality of the situation is irrelevant - rebels only need a pretext.
Polygamously taking Lyanna as a second wife might have stopped short of the Martells openly revolting, but an outright "annulment" of Rhaegar's marriage to Elia would much more probably be used as an excuse to disinherit her children.
Elio and Linda did note that they have no idea how Rhaegar getting an annulment instead of a polygamous marriage would impact Elia's children, whether it would make them bastards or not, because there is no precedent for it - no one ever gets an "annulment" for a marriage that already produced children.
They did point out, however, that while in real-life history this automatically rendered any children by that first marriage bastards i.
Bloody Mary , the same isn't necessarily true in Westeros - even for TV-Rhaegar, getting an "annulment" in these circumstances would be such a unique dispensation from the High Septon that, while he was at it, he might have additionally had the annulment phrased in such a way that his children with Elia would officially remain legitimate.
Or, he could have just declared them legitimized by royal decree. Clearly, the change to an "annulment" introduced a number of complications.
Whatever the case, because there is no precedent for how an annulment affects children of a marriage, Game of Thrones Wiki will not treat Rhaegar's two children with Elia as retroactively bastards, until directly confirmed otherwise by the TV series anything else would be an assumption.
Elio and Linda also speculated on why the TV showrunners would make such an oversimplification from a polygamous marriage to an annulment, and believed that Benioff and Weiss wanted to make Jon Snow unquestionably the rightful heir to the Iron Throne - when in reality, even in the books, there is no scenario under which his inheritance would not be challenged by his enemies.
Rebel armies don't care about the legality of words on paper, all they need is a pretext. Even if Rhaegar polygamously married Lyanna in the books, Jon's enemies would always say that Rhaegar couldn't lawfully do that because it is against the rules of the Faith, and rebel movements would use that argument against them.
As Elio and Linda point out, changing this to an "annulment" from Elia Martell first solves nothing : now, Jon's enemies can simply argue that the annulment from Elia was unlawful - given that she obviously produced two children for Rhaegar already including a son- and thus his second marriage to Lyanna was bigamous and unlawful once again.
Confirmation of exactly what happened between Rhaegar and Lyanna will have to await the release of the future novels.
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