In Staffel 6 von "Game of Thrones" reist Samwell Tarly gemeinsam mit Gilly zu seinen Eltern nach Horn Hill. Er stiehlt das Familienschwert und möchte sich zum. Samwell Tarly, oder einfach Sam, ist eine fiktive Figur in der Serie A Song of Ice and Fire von Fantasy-Romanen des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones. Samwell Tarly (John Bradley), der meist nur Sam genannt wird, ist in "Game of Thrones" der treue Freund von Jon Schnee bei der Nachtwache.
Samwell TarlySamwell Tarly, meist nurSam genannt,ist ein Hauptcharakter ab der zweiten Staffel von Game of. fimianforcongress.com: Bisher ist Samwell Tarly einer der wenigen uneingeschränkten Sympathieträger in Westeros. Aber bleibt er auch in der. In Game of Thrones ist Samwell Tarly der beste Freund von Jon Schnee. Er lässt sich in der Zitadelle zum Maester ausbilden und ist immer.
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He has sympathy. A progressive attitude. He suggests a direct democracy, and it doesn't seem like Westeros is ready for that yet.
He sees beyond these hierarchical systems. It's interesting that this idea can be seen in this show and it's heartbreaking that it isn't taken seriously.
How was it filming this scene that is such a pivotal moment of TV history? It took real stamina to get through that scene because it's a long scene and we were in Spain for a whole week.
I don't think in my whole career, I ever did a scene many times as I did that scene. I mean, we did to 12 hours a day for six days straight.
It was tough to keep focus and keep your energy. And every other day it seems like something would come along to revitalize us.
Peter had the last day and a half to shoot that incredible speech that he gave. By that day, we were starting to slag and we were starting to get tired and a little bit restless.
Just the beauty and the technical skill and the sheer proficiency of Peter's performance. It really kind of invigorated everybody.
You saw Peter working to the level he was working at and you just thought he needs me even off camera to maintain eye contact and deliver my lines.
I think it was Joe Dempsie who said to Peter, that's one of those takes, sort of masterful takes, and he said, "It was a real privilege to watch that.
That was an interesting week because not only I wrapped that week, but Sophie Turner wrapped that week, and Gwen Gwendoline Christie , and Joe.
You tried to savor every moment of that week because you knew it would be the last work you'd ever do on that show. The last day became so poignant because we were saying goodbye to friends and characters and the show in general.
I tried to not think about it. Even with an hour to go I still didn't want to accept it. It was a bittersweet experience. Probably my favorite scene to shoot for a number of reasons.
So the next scene where we see Sam is a time jump and he's the Grand Maester. How do you fill in the gap between that Dragonpit scene and where they're getting this new government off and running.
I think Bran and Sam have developed such a close bond by this stage because they went through the whole process of finding out Jon's parentage.
They're such a formidable team because they're the only two people in the world who can do what they do because Bran can see things and Sam can interpret them.
As soon as Bran became King, Sam—who has never been slow when it came to seeing how he could work a situation to his advantage—he could have gone to see Bran and say "Bran now that we are mates and now that you're King, remember that time when we found out about Jen's parents?
Well how about you do your old mate a favor and maybe see if the Grand Maester position is available. What's interesting about that scene is that after everything they've seen and the world has scene there's a humanity left in these characters.
When that camera moves away and just hear that pale end of the conversation, you want to stay with them. You don't want to give up on them, you want to be a fly on the wall in that chamber.
I think that could be a show all on its own. If there's going to be a spinoff I'd like a sitcom set in that small council meeting.
What I loved about this scene is when Sam brings out the A Song of Ice and Fire book. When we first talked you were a little coy about Sam being the kind of avatar for George R.
Martin in this story and now I understand why. I think that's the interesting curve ball there, the reason why I've been so coy about that in interviews all the time is because it's not quite what people would have expected.
A lot of people really thought Sam had some involvement in the writing of the story or Sam would have probably ended by putting his pen down and having the final full stop at the of the series as the one who wrote it.
In actual fact, it's not quite that. Archmaester Ebros wrote it and Sam just helped. It's an interesting line to take because it's almost giving people what they predicted.
It almost made people's predictions come true but not quite. Another thing that I found interesting of that scene was Sam pointing out where Drogon was flying.
What did you think of that line and what's going on there? Sam knows where Drogon is the last time he was scene he was flying East.
Bronn says as long as he's not here it's fine. But it's interesting to hear that he's out there and the Drogon story is continuing.
It's kind of interesting that you find out at the end of it that his story is continuing out there. And he's probably going to get up to his adventures presumably he's still fueled by grief and the bitterness of that.
And I think that if you can think of it as there's still a dragon out there that's fueled by anger and fueled by grief and stills got a sense of bitterness then nobody is going to quite sleep easy in their beds.
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Carhartt's Iconic Watch Hat Is For Everyone. Samwell Tarly , or simply Sam , is a fictional character in the A Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels by American author George R.
Martin , and its television adaptation, Game of Thrones. Introduced in 's A Game of Thrones , Samwell is the elder son of Lord Randyll Tarly of Horn Hill and his wife Lady Melessa Florent.
A self-professed coward with a love for books and songs, Samwell was forced by his father to abandon his birthright and join the Night's Watch so that his younger brother could become heir to Horn Hill.
While at the Wall , he meets Jon Snow and quickly becomes his closest friend and ally. He subsequently appeared in 's A Clash of Kings before becoming a point-of-view character in 's A Storm of Swords and 's A Feast for Crows.
Samwell is portrayed by English actor John Bradley in the HBO television adaptation. Samwell Tarly is the elder son and firstborn child of Lord Randyll Tarly of Horn Hill and his wife Lady Melessa Florent, and has four siblings — younger sister Talla, two other unnamed sisters, and a younger brother Dickon.
Through his mother, Samwell is also second cousin to Shireen Baratheon and Edric Storm , who were born to Melessa's first cousins Selyse and Delena.
He has dark hair, pale eyes and a large moon-shaped face, and is very obese. A gentle young man, Samwell is fond of music and songs, and prefers books over weapons, and is afraid of blood and violence, which earned his father's intense contempt.
After being frustrated at Samwell for years, Randyll's attentions turned to grooming his more promising younger son Dickon, who showed all of the physical vigor that Samwell lacked, and decided to have Dickon inherit the Tarly title.
On Samwell's fifteenth birthday, Randyll force him to join the Night's Watch and renounce his birthright of heir to Horn Hill, threatening death if he was to refuse.
After arriving at Castle Black, Samwell was bullied for being overweight and unskilled in combat, and was often called "Ser Piggy" and "Lord of Ham".
While lacking his friends' fighting abilities and having self-professed cowardice, Samwell is highly intelligent, observant, resourceful and loyal, and eventually becomes Jon Snow's most trusted sidekick.
In the fourth book , Sam is sent by Jon to the Citadel at Oldtown and becomes accepted as a novice trainee supervised by Archmaester Marvyn and acolyte Alleras.
According to George R. Martin , the character Samwell Tarly is the most relatable to him. Samwell Tarly is a background character in the first two novels of the series, and his actions and thoughts are interpreted through the eyes of Jon Snow.
He then becomes a point of view character in the third novel A Storm of Swords and the fourth novel A Feast for Crows , with total of ten chapters told from his point of view.
Upon arriving at the Wall, Sam is soon bullied by Ser Alliser Thorne and the fellow recruits for his weight, shyness and clumsiness in training. Jon Snow takes pity on Sam and defends him in arms training.
Later on, Sam confesses his life story to Jon, who sympathizes with Sam and secretly uses his influence among the recruits making violent threats when necessary to protect Sam from harm.
When Sam fails to progress in fight training and is not deemed worthy to join the Night's Watch, Jon persuades Maester Aemon take in Sam as a personal steward assigned to help Aemon in the rookery and library.
Sam is the first person to notice something strange about the corpse of rangers Othor and Jafer Flowers who are actually wights sent to assassinate Lord Commander Jeor Mormont.
When Jon tries to abandon the Night's Watch to join Robb Stark 's army and avenge the death of his father Eddard Stark , Sam alerts their fellow recruits, who catch up to Jon and convince him to not break his vows to the Night's Watch.
Sam takes part in the Great Ranging beyond the Wall, to take care of the ravens as Lord Commander Jeor Mormont's aide. While stopping at Craster's Keep, Sam befriends one of Craster's daughter-wives, Gilly.
Gilly is pregnant and fears that, if her child is a boy, Craster will sacrifice him to the Others. Sam is horrified, but unable to help. Later, at camp at the Fist of the First Men, Sam and Jon's direwolf Ghost discover a cache of dragonglass daggers buried underground.
The Night's Watch's camp at the Fist of the First Men comes under attack and is overrun by an army of wights sent by the Others, with Sam one of the survivors who manage to break out.
The survivors then flee to Craster's Keep, but Sam and two other brothers, Small Paul and Grenn, become separated from the group.
They are attacked by an Other that kills Paul before Sam stabs it with a dragonglass dagger in desperation, killing it instantly.
Sam and Grenn then regroup with the other survivors at Craster's Keep, where Gilly gives birth to a son. Soon after, a violent mutiny breaks out, and Mormont and Craster are among those killed in the fight.
Sam flees with Gilly and her son, and are accosted by wights before being rescued by a mysterious man, Coldhands, who looks like a wight but is friendly and supposedly a fellow Night's Watchman.
Coldhands takes them to the Nightfort and asks them to escort Bran Stark and his party through the Wall. Sam and Gilly then encounter a group of Night's Watchmen led by Denys Mallister and Bowen Marsh and join them on the march to Castle Black.
They arrive to find that Stannis Baratheon has arrived to the Night's Watch's aid and defeated Mance Rayder 's Wildling army besieging Castle Black.
Due to Lord Commander Mormont's death, the Night's Watch undergoes an election for a new Lord Commander. Mallister and Cotter Pyke are the leading candidates, but Janos Slynt, who Sam believes will be a corrupt and disastrous leader, is gaining popularity.
When Stannis, frustrated by the Night's Watch's messy politics, threatens to dictate a Lord Commander himself if the Watch cannot decide on a leader within the next few days, Sam decides to approach Mallister and Pyke who despise each other independently, claiming that Stannis plans to name the other as Lord Commander, and suggesting that they both support Jon as compromise candidate instead.
Thanks to Sam's machinations, both Mallister and Pyke offer their support and Jon is elected the th Lord Commander with an overwhelming majority vote.
Jon sends Sam to Oldtown to become a Maester, accompanied by another brother, Dareon who is appointed as a recruiter , Maester Aemon who Jon fears will be sacrificed by Melisandre for his royal blood and Gilly and her baby.
During the voyage to Braavos, Gilly grows despondent, and Sam realises that Jon had swapped Gilly's baby with Mance Rayder's newborn son lest he be sacrificed as well.
Aemon falls ill during the voyage and they are forced to spend their money on a healer and lodging in Braavos. In Braavos, Sam also encounters Arya Stark , though he does not realise her identity.
Aemon hears of his great-grandniece Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons, and comes to believe that she fulfills the prophecy of a "prince that was promised", asking them to inform the Citadel.
Dareon decides to desert and Sam fights him, before being thrown into a canal. He is rescued by a Summer Islander, Xhondo, who offers Sam and Gilly passage to Oldtown.
Aemon ultimately passes away early in the journey, and Sam and Gilly briefly become lovers in their grief. Sam plans to have Gilly sent to Horn Hill, with the baby passed off as Sam's bastard.
Meanwhile, Sam arrives at Oldtown to meet with Archmaester Marwyn, telling him of Aemon's request. Marwyn resolves to travel to Slaver's Bay to meet with Daenerys, ordering Sam to keep his story secret from the other maesters, and left Sam's care in the hand of acolyte Alleras.
Sam is quickly identified as being soft and weak by Castle Black's master-at-arms Ser Alliser Thorne, and suffers in sword-training until Jon Snow convinces the other new recruits to go easy on him.
Sam is assigned to the order of stewards, to serve Maester Aemon. When Jon tries to abandon the Night's Watch after hearing of his father's execution, Sam follows with Pyp and Grenn.
They convince Jon to remain loyal to the Night's Watch. Sam joins the Night's Watch in the Great Ranging. Along the journey, the party rests at Craster's Keep, where Sam encounters and falls in love with Craster's pregnant daughter-wife Gilly.
While camping at the Fist of the First Men, Sam discovers a cache of weapons made from dragonglass. While Sam is out collecting dung for fires, the White Walkers march on the Fist of the First Men.
Sam is unable to outrun the army of the dead, but for unknown reasons their leader spares Sam. Sam and the survivors of the resulting massacre flee back to Craster's Keep.
Sam witnesses Gilly give birth to a baby boy, whose gender Sam and Gilly realize they must keep secret to prevent Craster from giving the baby to the White Walkers.
A brawl later breaks out among Craster and the Night's Watch, and Sam flees with Gilly and the baby. They are followed by a White Walker who tries to take the baby, but Sam kills it by stabbing it with a dragonglass dagger.
Sam and Gilly pass through the Wall at the Nightfort, where they discover Jon's half-brother Bran Stark and his party, headed beyond the Wall.
Sam is unable to persuade them to come to Castle Black instead but promises not to tell Jon their destination. Arriving back at Castle Black, Sam warns Aemon of the advancing White Walkers, and Aemon has Sam send the warning throughout the Seven Kingdoms.
Later, Jon returns to Castle Black, gravely wounded and disguised as a Wildling. Sam recognises Jon and orders him to be attended to.
Sam reveals to Jon that Bran is alive and headed beyond the Wall. Sam decides to send Gilly to Mole's Town to work as a maid in the brothel, as he fears for her safety at Castle Black.
Mole's Town is attacked by the Wildlings, who slaughter the entire populace of the town. Sam is distraught, unaware that Gilly and her baby had been spared by Ygritte.
Gilly later makes it to Castle Black moments before the Wildlings attack. Sam participates in the battle and manages to kill the Thenn warg. When the Night's Watch convenes to choose their new Lord Commander, Sam speaks up to nominate Jon, who is ultimately elected.
Sam spends his time researching the White Walkers' weaknesses and tending to the dying Maester Aemon, and he comforts Aemon in his final moments as he dies of old age.
Later, Sam is beaten while defending Gilly from two Night's Watchmen who attempt to rape her, but he and Gilly are saved by Jon's direwolf Ghost. Gilly tends to Sam's wounds, and the couple finally consummates their relationship.
After Jon returns from Hardhome, Sam entreats him to send him to the Citadel in Oldtown in order to train as a Maester, while also taking Gilly and her baby to safety.
As women are banned from the Citadel, Sam intends to leave Gilly and Little Sam at the Tarly seat, Horn Hill, although he warns Gilly to hide her Wildling heritage due to his father's bigotry towards the Wildlings.
At dinner with Sam's family, Randyll insults Sam's lack of fighting prowess. Gilly defends Sam by revealing that he killed a White Walker while traveling south toward the Wall, in doing so accidentally revealing that she is a Wildling.
Although disgusted, Randyll acquiesces to Sam and Lady Tarly's request to let Gilly and Little Sam stay at Horn Hill, but he says Gilly will be a servant, and he forbids Sam from ever returning to Horn Hill.
Sam decides to take Gilly and Little Sam with him to the Citadel, and he steals House Tarly's Valyrian steel sword Heartsbane.Samwell Tarly, oder einfach Sam, ist eine fiktive Figur in der Serie A Song of Ice and Fire von Fantasy-Romanen des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones. Samwell Tarly, meist nurSam genannt,ist ein Hauptcharakter ab der zweiten Staffel von Game of. Lord Randyll Tarly war zunächst erfreut, als er von der Geburt seines Sohnes hörte. Als Sam klein war, nahm Lord Randyll ihn überall hin mit, damit er die. Samwell Tarly (John Bradley), der meist nur Sam genannt wird, ist in "Game of Thrones" der treue Freund von Jon Schnee bei der Nachtwache.