Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (Season 1)

Game of Thrones is a phenomenal TV series which is basically a world of medieval intrigues with mysterious and thriller background that fascinates, then turns, and then keeps you on the drip like the most knock-down narcotic.  TopYaps lists Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (season 1) who stand out amidst the long trail of knights, politicians and kids dwelling in the surroundings of betrayal, treachery, boozing and whoring.



10. Lord Varys:

Lord Varys aka “The Spider” has apparently incredible spying abilities with a wide network of intelligence sources (little birds). He grips no property, but because of holding a significant position in King’s council as a world-beating spymaster, he’s called “Lord” as well as the “Master of Whispers.” Lord Varys is a eunuch, and there are many who suspect over his veneration towards the realm by his MO. Indeed, he has a strange style of functioning, but it should be noticed that for a man in his condition, his processes are a potent way to rarefy his job.

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Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (season 1): Lord Varys

 9. Bronn:

Chuck out the odd craps of commitment and how about a parcel containing shining gold coins? An outstanding warrior and a man of amoral school of thought, Bronn, is notorious for ditching Catelyn Stark to relieve Imp. An extremely pragmatic character of the Game of Thrones, Bronn has a rapacious appearance and has the capability to wipe out almost anyone, when it comes to develop wealth.

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8. Jon Snow:

Jon Snow is a cool-dude lonesome character of Game of Thrones, who, however, wish to join the political fusses, but has turned incapacitated after joining the pariah band of Knight’s Watch. No doubt, he is the bastard son of Ned Stark, but  he has been nurtured in a family of traditions and high values. Because of a sophisticated upbringing in a highly esteemed family, he has an impeccable trait of staying morally correct, even in the dreadful circumstances.

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To 10 characters of Game of Thrones (Season 1): Jon Snow

 7. Joffrey Baratheon:

Promulgated son of King Robert Baratheon, but actually fathered by Jaime Lannister, Joffrey is often conceived as the most hated character of Game of Thrones. A child-turned-king, Joffrey is known for his stubborn, vindictive, ruthless and sadistic traits, who even withstands his mother’s advice. Fond of giving public humiliation and physical pain to his antagonists, this correspondingly brutal character has straightforward parameters to rule the kingdom.

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Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (Season 1): Joffrey Baratheon

6. Cersei Lannister:

The stunning mother of a psychopath child-king, Cersei is known for her merciless and diabolical attitude in the Game of Thrones. She is a roughshod and the biggest b***h in the universe, yet you’ll love to hibernate with her somewhere far away from the political flacks. A lady of breathtaking and endless beauty, Cersie Lannister is the hot, shot and sexy wife of King Robert, but is physically devoted to her brother in a secretive manner. She is politically sharp and power-strengthening female who whenever start losing, ends up winning.

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Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones: Cersei Lannister

5. Arya Stark:

An amazingly fearless daughter of Ned and Catelyn Stark, Arya is a huffy girl who loves all the masculine stuffs. Known for her tomboyish looks and never-say-die attitude, Arya Stark has a unique desire for combat training and hates the girlish activities which her elder sister, Sansa adore. One of the most powerful character of Game of Thrones, Arya possesses an incredible quality of facing danger without quailing with a pragmatic temperament at the same time. She’s a classic illustration of hopefulness, even in the drastic circumstances.

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Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (Season 1): Arya Stark

4. Petyr Baelish:

A self-made brainiac with superficially influencing exterior, Petyr Baelish aka “Littlefinger” is a calm nucleus at the heart of a whirlpool. Because of his black sense of humor and sarcastic attitude, no one can figure out that where is he standing or what he is standing for. The trusted treasurer of the Seven Kingdom, Baelish is a nakedly ambitious character of Game of Thrones, destined to go a long way with his acute mind.

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Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (Season 1): Petyr Baelish

3. Tyrion Lannister:

Born to the treacherous clan of Lannisters, Tyrion Lannister aka the “Imp” is a fiercely intelligent character of Game of Thrones who offers an unequaled dynamism to every prospect he is in. He is a dwarf and he is despicable to behold, but in reality, Imp has got such a big mouth and brain. Known for his extremely witty nature and perfectly timed expressions, this little snarky man stands out head and shoulders above the rests when it comes to play with diplomacy.

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Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (Season 1): Tyrion Lannister

2. Daenerys Targaryen:

The most potent female character of Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen is astoundingly confident and is capable to adapt every new culture she meets. Earlier, this exiled teenager princess was thoroughly brittle and had suffered great loses, but later she emerged as a frightful yet brilliant lady clawing her way back up again. A perfect embodiment of womanhood, Daenerys is fully aware of her strength; both inward and outward.

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Top 10 characters of game of Thrones (Season 1): Daenerys Targaryen

1. Eddard Stark:

And here comes the heart and soul of the first season of Game of Thrones – Ned Stark. The patriarch of the Stark family, a smashing dad, a tremendous politician and the lord of Winterfell, Ned Stark is known for his powerful sense of justice and even powerful sense of pureness. His integrity and honesty discriminates him from others, but sadly lead to his demise.  He fell to the guiles of destiny while accepting to treason to save his children’s lives.

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Top 10 characters of Game of Thrones (Season 1): Eddard Stark

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