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Sansa Stark (Game Of Thrones)

From naive child to woman

If Sansa is usually recognizable by the beautiful auburn hair she got from her mother and her colorful dresses in the style of Cersei’s and the ladies of the court, it’s in a different style that Funko has chosen to represent her. Indeed when she runs away with Peter Baelish to join her aunt in her castle, he first made her pass for his daughter before revealing her true identity. For that, he makes her stretch her auburn hair too much in brown and makes her wear a more sober outfit of black color. This outfit is both more sober but also more feminine and symbolizes both her coming of age and her liberation” from Cersei Lannister. The creators of the figurine were most likely inspired by one of the promo photos of this season. We find the black dress with a V-neckline and on the shoulders of yokes that remind the feathers of a raven. As on the photo, she wears around the neck a pendant to which is attached a key that she holds in her hands. Finally, her almost black hair is simply pulled back and left free in her back. If this figure is rather pretty and successful, it is surprising that Funko waited so long to represent this important character and that they represented her in this outfit.


Sansa, the survivor

Sansa Stark is one of the main characters of the novels A Song Of Ice And Fire” by George Martin and the series “Game Of Thrones”. She is the eldest daughter of Catelyn and Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark, Lord of the North and Winterfell. At the beginning of the series, the current “Hand of the King”, Jon Arryn, dies under dubious circumstances and the king decides to call upon his friend Ned to replace him. Ned accepts and comes to live in the capital with his two daughters in the hope of finding out more about the death of his friend Jon Arryn. At the same time, the pretty and naive 12-year-old Sansa is betrothed to Joffrey, son of the King and Queen Cersei Lannister, which makes her very happy. But when Ned discovers dark secrets about the Lannisters, including that Joffrey is actually the product of the incest between Cersei and her brother Jaime, things go awry. The king dies in a hunting “accident”, Cersei has Ned imprisoned and Joffrey becomes king and has him executed. It is only then that Sansa realizes the dark and perverse nature of her fianc?. If her younger sister, Arya, less naive manage to flee the city, Sansa becomes a prisoner of the Lannisters while her brother Robb Stark officially declares war on the kingdom. Over the course of the seasons, Sansa will become less naive and will be content to survive while the rest of her family is at war. When Joffrey is poisoned during his wedding, she takes the opportunity to run away and finds herself in the hands of Peter Baelish. He takes her to his aunt, Catelyn Stark’s sister, where he has big plans for her.


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