Game of Throne is an epic story full of bright characters. One of them inspire fascination, others make some people sick but no one leaves indifferent.
Let's see true heroes of GOT and not less sympathetic villains of this serial.
1. Tyrion Lannister
He is definitely a crowd-pleaser thanks to his unique and singular look, remarkable intelligence and crazy sense of humor. Tyrion is able to turn negatives to his positives and find a way out of any problem. He appears in 54 episodes of the show and becomes the undisputed king of screen time in "Game of Thrones (4 hours, 53 minutes).
2. Jon Snow
Jon is one of the most important heroes and favorite characters. Most spectators want to see him as a ruler of the Iron Throne. The American journalist of The New York Times David Orr describes Jon as "a complex, thoughtful and basically good character". Jon is a prominent point of view character in the novels, and has been called one of Martin's "finest creations".
3. Daenerys Targaryen
Emilia Clarke and her character Daenerys infatuated spectators of GOT all over the world. During 6 seasons we watch her non-stop confrontation with complex ideas about sex, war, gender, race, politics, and morality.
4. Sansa Stark
The story of Sansa is a night terror of Disney princess what woke her up screaming. Season by season we are watching how her illusions were being ruined and Sansa is becoming stronger and darker. She avoided destruction by Joffrey, Cersei, Littlefinger and Ramsay alike. Sometimes, lone wolves do survive.
5. Arya Stark
Arya is one of the most complex characters, her story is a slow-motion tragedy. As a result, this child lost all respect for human life but became Westeros’s number-one wild card.
Bran Stark’s enormous guardian was a man of few words – and we found out how he became that way in one of the show’s saddest sequences.
7. Ramsay Bolton
Ramsay's crimes were hard to watch, but the character himself never was. The psychopathic son of backstabbing Lord Roose Bolton was sick enough to make Joffrey Baratheon look like Eddard Stark. But actor Iwan Rheon’s gleeful, almost giddy style turned him into the closest thing Westeros had to a bona fide supervillain.
9. Cersei Lannister
Lena Headey plays one of the most insidious characters. George Martin said in Rolling Stone: “There's certainly a great level of narcissism in Cersei. She has an almost sociopathic view of the world and civilization”. Couldn't put it better.
10. Jaime Lannister
The Kingslayer's transformation is tangible, he finds the way to balance his morality with his desire to protect his crumbling family. His story is fascinating and heartbreaking to watch.