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Game Of Thrones: men don't need nipples

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According to the master of the unsullied, men don't need nipples... Copyright: I do not own Game Of Thrones nor am I affliated with it.
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Annabel roy (28 days ago)
This is not good because the man is cutting the man nipple off
Anna (6 months ago)
poor guy, just doing his job
High Street (7 months ago)
Died of infection later
Timothy PhantasticHy (9 months ago)
0:35
kinky ;]
Lyubomir Sasvchuk (1 year ago)
ok and then we see those people in masks killing these soldiers like kids. so dumb.
shanerosenzweig (1 year ago)
Um ouch
Lewys Cousins (1 year ago)
I had to watch GoT without subtitles so I've not understood a word of Dothraki speak throughout the entire show ><
Rageey (1 month ago)
"A crown for a king."
Pomerank (2 months ago)
That was Valyrian xd
Kitty Mittens (6 months ago)
Then you proooobably pirated it
hudda hudda a spy!! (1 year ago)
haha, it's usually not too important
Stavros Th (1 year ago)
10,000 Unsullied 19999 nipples
CrowJam (9 months ago)
and 0 balls
Mehmet Al Sani (1 year ago)
you mean 19,999 nipples
Blinkzs (3 years ago)
Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series created for HBO by showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. It is an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin's series of fantasy novels, the first of which is titled A Game of Thrones. Filmed in a Belfast studio and on location elsewhere in Northern Ireland, Croatia, Iceland, Morocco, Spain, Malta, Scotland, and the United States, it premiered on HBO in the United States on April 17, 2011. Two days after the fourth season premiered in April 2014, HBO renewed Game of Thrones for a fifth and sixth season.[4] The fifth season premiered on April 12, 2015. The series, set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos at the end of a decade-long summer, interweaves several plot lines with a broad ensemble cast. The first narrative arc follows a civil war among several noble houses for the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms; the second covers the attempts of the exiled last scion of the realm's deposed ruling dynasty to reclaim the throne; the third chronicles the rising threat of the impending winter and the legendary creatures and fierce peoples of the North. Game of Thrones has attracted record numbers of viewers on HBO and obtained an exceptionally broad and active international fan base. It received widespread acclaim by critics, although its frequent use of nudity, violence and sexual violence towards women has attracted criticism. The series has won numerous awards and nominations, including a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Drama Series for its first four seasons, a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Television Series – Drama, a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation in both Long Form and Short Form, and a Peabody Award. Among the ensemble cast, Peter Dinklage has won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his performance as Tyrion Lannister. Plot Game of Thrones roughly follows the three storylines of A Song of Ice and Fire.Set in the fictional Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, the series chronicles the violent dynastic struggles among the realm's noble families for control of the Iron Throne. As the series opens, additional threats emerge in the icy North and in the eastern continent of Essos.[2] The first season is a faithful adaptation of the book, later seasons however began to diverge with significant changes. According to David Benioff, the show is "about adapting the series as a whole and following the map George laid out for us and hitting the major milestones, but not necessarily each of the stops along the way." The novels and their adaptation derive aspects of their settings, characters and plot from various events of European history. A principal inspiration for the novels is the English Wars of the Roses (1455–85) between the houses of Lancaster and York, reflected in Martin's houses of Lannister and Stark. Most of Westeros, with its castles and knightly tournaments, is reminiscent of High Medieval Western Europe. The scheming Cersei, for instance, calls to mind Isabella, the "she-wolf of France" (1295–1358).[8] She and her family, as depicted in Maurice Druon's historical novel series The Accursed Kings, in particular, inspired Martin. Other historical inspirations for elements of the series include Hadrian's Wall (which became Martin's great Wall), the legend of Atlantis (ancient Valyria), Byzantine "Greek fire" ("wildfire"), Icelandic sagas of the Viking Age (the Ironborn) and the Mongol hordes (the Dothraki), as well as elements from the Hundred Years' War (1337–1453) and the Italian Renaissance (c. 1400–1500). The series' great popularity has in part been attributed to Martin's skill at fusing these disparate elements into a seamless whole that appears credible on its own terms as an alternative history. "The Sopranos in Middle-earth" is the tagline showrunner David Benioff jokingly suggested for Game of Thrones, referring to its intrigue-filled plot and dark tone combined with a fantasy setting that incorporates some magic and dragons. In a 2012 study, the series was listed second out of 40 recent U.S. TV drama series by deaths per episode, with an average of 14. Cast and Characters Like the novels it adapts, Game of Thrones has a sprawling ensemble cast, estimated to be the largest on television. During the production of the third season, 257 cast names were recorded. In 2014, several of the actors' contracts were renegotiated to include the option for a seventh season, and included raises that reportedly made the cast among the best-paid on cable TV. The following overview reduces the list of characters in Game of Thrones to those played by the actors credited as part of the main cast. Lord Eddard "Ned" Stark (Sean Bean) is the head of the Stark family whose members are involved in most of the series' intertwined plot lines. He and his wife Catelyn Tully (Michelle Fairley) have five children: the eldest, Robb (Richard Madden), the dainty Sansa (Sophie Turner), the tomboy Arya (Maisie Williams), the adventurous Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) and the youngest, Rickon (Art Parkinson). Ned's bastard son Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and his friend Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) serve in the Night's Watch under Lord Commander Jeor Mormont (James Cosmo). The red-haired Ygritte (Rose Leslie), one of the Wildlings led by Tormund Giantsbane (Kristofer Hivju), is Jon Snow's romantic interest, and Sam cares for the young Wildling Gilly (Hannah Murray). People associated with the Starks include Ned's hostage and ward Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), as well as Ned's vassal ("bannerman") Roose Bolton (Michael McElhatton) and his sadistic bastard Ramsay Snow (Iwan Rheon). Robb falls in love with the healer Talisa Maegyr (Oona Chaplin), and Arya befriends the blacksmith's apprentice Gendry (Joe Dempsie) and the assassin Jaqen H'ghar (Tom Wlaschiha). Catelyn encounters the tall warrior Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie). In the capital of King's Landing, Ned's old friend King Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy) shares a loveless marriage with Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), who has taken her twin, the "Kingslayer" Ser Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) as her secret lover. She loathes her younger brother, the clever dwarf Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), who is attended by his mistress Shae (Sibel Kekilli) and the sellsword Bronn (Jerome Flynn). Cersei's father is the fabulously wealthy Lord Tywin (Charles Dance), and she has two young sons, the cruel Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) and the kind Tommen (Dean-Charles Chapman). Joffrey is guarded by the scar-faced warrior Sandor "the Hound" Clegane (Rory McCann). The king's "Small Council" of advisors includes the crafty Master of Coin, Lord Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish (Aidan Gillen) and the eunuch spymaster Lord Varys (Conleth Hill). Robert's brother Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) is advised by the foreign priestess Melisandre (Carice van Houten) and the former smuggler Ser Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham). The wealthy Tyrell family is represented at court by the ambitious Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer) and her grandmother Olenna (Diana Rigg). In the southern principality of Dorne, Ellaria Sand (Indira Varma) seeks vengeance against the Lannisters. Across the Narrow Sea, siblings Viserys (Harry Lloyd) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) – the exiled children of the king overthrown by Robert Baratheon – are on the run for their lives, trying to win back the throne. Daenerys has been married to Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa), the leader of the nomadic Dothraki, and her retinue includes the exiled knight Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen), her aide Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel) and the sellsword Daario Naharis (Michiel Huisman).
ok.
KaneRobot (7 months ago)
no u
Jitendra Singh (7 months ago)
Blinkzs , believe me , no one has time to read such a humongous description ...
Ran Dom (1 year ago)
Point of this is...?
Jack Cottrell (1 year ago)
Blinkzs Nice copy and paste.
IcyPeewee (3 years ago)
Sexy
IcyPeewee (4 years ago)
Wtf........I can relate to this because i got my nipples cut off at birth.
mining craft (1 year ago)
IcyPeewee dafuq, r u for real
RAD Zina (1 year ago)
..care to elaborate on that story?
David. (3 years ago)
Wat

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