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Cersei Lannister (Game Of Thrones)

The warrior queen

During the whole series Cersei almost never wears anything else than red and gold, the colors of the Lannisters. It is therefore very logical that she is represented on this figurine. Funko has obviously chosen to take inspiration from a specific dress she wears several times in season 1 (and maybe even from this particular picture). It’s a dark red wrap dress with rich gold embroidery on the collar and all along its wide sleeves. Although luxurious and feminine, its cut remains sober and covering enough to keep this false image of dignity and uprightness. As is often the case, Cersei also wears an element evoking an armor, here a large metal belt. This element as well as her posture are surely there to remind that she is in some way a warrior, but fighting with the weapons that are available to a woman. Although they could not render the smallest details, the creators of the figurine still painted the embroidery of the dress, the medallion and even the two golden rings on each hand. Finally, her braided hair and her famous blond hair are faithfully rendered.


The queen who wanted to be a man

Cersei Lannister is one of the main characters of the novels A Song Of Ice And Fire” and of the series “Game Of Thrones”. Played by Lena Headey, Cersei is the oldest daughter of Tywin Lannister, the powerful lord of Casterly Rock. She has a younger brother Tyrion, whom she has hated since birth, and a twin brother Jaime, with whom she has had an incestuous relationship since adolescence. Following the rebellion against the former king Aerys Targaryen, Robert Baratheon became king and married Cersei, making her the queen of Westeros. Cersei has always hated her husband and we will learn very quickly that her 3 children are not his but his brother Jaime’s. The queen is a cold and manipulative woman, ready to do anything, including playing with her charms, to get what she wants. Her only true love is for her children, whom she considers her only source of joy. She will always be frustrated at being a woman and not being able to access the power reserved for men and who, according to her, rarely deserve it.


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