game of thrones
In Game of Thrones, the Faith Militant is the military order of the Faith of the Seven, made up of a zealous movement of followers called the Sparrows. Led by the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce) and Septa Unella, and including the reformed Ser Lancel Lannister (Eugene Simon), they take brutal measures to enforce their extremist views.
In Game of Thrones, Unella (Hannah Waddingham) is a Septa and devotee to the High Sparrow. After Cersei Lannister confesses her crimes, Unella strips her naked and forces her to walk through the jeering crowds to return to the Red Keep. As if that wasn’t humiliating enough, she follows closely behind while ringing a bell and chanting “shame, shame, shame”, earning the nickname the “Shame Nun”.
In Game of Thrones, Shae of Lorath (Sibel Kekilli) is a prostitute who becomes involved with Tyrion Lannister. As with all relationships, theirs has its ups and downs like having to hide from Tyrion’s father who wants to kill her, having to avoid Cersei Lannister who is trying to turn her against Tyrion, and having to compete for Tyrion’s attention after he’s forced to marry.
Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) doesn’t let the fact that she’s a woman stop her from vying for the throne in Game of Thrones. She manipulates the men around her and when they no longer serve useful or pose a threat, she has no problem disposing of them. She has a special love for her family, except for her younger brother Tyrion Lannister, who she is constantly plotting against.
In Game of Thrones, Arya (Maisie Williams) is the youngest daughter of House Stark. She’s the exact opposite of her older sister Sansa: carefree, resourceful, and a bit of a tomboy. A student of Syrio, she certainly knows how to use Needle.