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Joffrey Baratheon (Game Of Thrones)

A pure Lannister

In the series Jack Gleeson, who wonderfully embodies Joffrey, always wears the red and gold colors of the Lannisters. This is probably a way to remind him of his lack of attachment to his official” father and the identity of his real father. This is how he was represented on the figurine. He usually wears richly decorated golden silk tunics and always in this shape perfectly reproduced on the figurine. However, it is a pity that Funko did not create a pattern on his tunic, which would have accentuated the luxury of the outfit. Like his grandfather Tywin, he often wears a long red velvet band across his torso in the Roman style, when he is on his throne. He is also shown wearing his crown, which he likes to wear as often as possible to remind us that he is the king. This one is very faithful to the original one: red and gold to remind the Lannister colors but with a stag’s antlers pattern, the Baratheon emblem. He also holds a crossbow in his hand, reminding us of his love for hunting and his cruel nature since he will not hesitate to use it on domestic animals or even prostitutes. Finally, his face is particularly well done: we can see his haircut reminding us of many Roman emperors and his frowns are enough to give him the evil look that he always wears.


Joffrey Baratheon, king of cruelty

Joffrey Baratheon is one of the main characters of the novels A Song Of Ice And Fire” and of the series “Game Of Thrones”. Although there are no chapters told from his point of view in the books, he still has a determining role in some events of the series. Joffrey is officially the son of King Baratheon and Queen Cersei Lannister, but it will soon be discovered that he is in fact the fruit of incest between the queen and her brother Jaime. In season 1, an agreement is made for Joffrey to marry Sansa Stark, daughter of Ned Stark, Lord of Winterfell and new hand of the king. But following the death of the king, when Ned discovers the real identity of Joffrey’s father and threatens to reveal it publicly, Cersei has him imprisoned for treason and makes a deal with him so that he can join the Night’s Watch. But to everyone’s surprise, when Ned is forced to come and “confess” his faults, Joffrey, now king, has him beheaded. He thus triggers a war in the whole kingdom. Joffrey is probably the most hated character of the series, he is cruel, perverse, not very intelligent and rather cowardly, counting on his guard to protect him. Sansa remains engaged to him and he takes pleasure in torturing her physically and psychologically. Later, he will break their engagement and will be promised to Margaery Tyrell in gratitude for the Tyrells’ help in the battle of the Nera against Stannis Baratheon. Finally, during his wedding, he will be poisoned and will die suffocated by unfairly pointing the finger at his uncle Tyrion, who was one of the only ones to oppose his cruelty.


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