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Stannis Baratheon ist eine fiktive Figur in der Serie A Song of Ice and Fire epischer Fantasy-Romane des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones. Stannis Baratheon war einer der Ersten, die erfuhren, dass Roberts angebliche Kinder eigentlich die von Cersei und Jaime sind. Seinen Verdacht äußerte er der. Lord Stannis Baratheon ist Lord von Drachenstein und Oberhaupt des Hauses Baratheon von. Stannis ist der zweitgeborene Sohn von Steffon Baratheon. Weder mit seinem älteren Bruder Robert noch mit dem jüngeren Renly verbindet den gradlinigen. Read Stannis Baratheon from the story Game of Thrones - Charaktere und Häuser by NymeriaTargaryen (Mrs. Schnee) with reads. got, häuser, infos.
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He is a stern grim man obsessed with duty and principles, he never smiles and does not enjoy parties. He has got none of his brothers' social skills and, unlike Robert, he never acts out of impulse, but only after a long time of reflection, as he is a strategic and calculating man.
A stubborn, unforgiving and serious man, Stannis never speaks with gentleness, neither dissembles nor flatters, as he always want to say what he thinks.
He is obsessed with slights both real and imagined causing him to grind his teeth regularly. Stannis is an accomplished commander, sailor, and warrior, although his personality hinders his ascension to being a truly great leader.
He has said to know the military strength of every house in Westeros. Even Lord Tywin Lannister respects him and considers him an enemy not to be taken lightly.
While he is respected and feared, he has never been loved, or had the affection of nobles or smallfolk, due to him being utterly without mercy most of the time.
He is the least popular of the Baratheon brothers. People in Westeros dread having him at command because of this merciless sense of justice, and even his brothers can barely stomach him.
Stannis dislikes Robert and Renly and never got along with them since they were kids. He was considered a difficult child even by his parents, who never managed to make him laugh, and always preferred to stay alone and reserved.
Despite being rather unlikable as a person he proves to be a very complex man who claims to dislike what he forces himself to do.
He can't stand his own lords and dislikes smiling people with colorful dresses and whores. In fact he doesn't allow the presence of whores at Dragonstone, not even in the island's fishing villages.
During his feasts he forbids loud laughter and raucous shouting. Stannis has a cold relationship with his wife, Selyse.
Theirs is a loveless marriage, and the two have little patience for each other. Stannis was always uncomfortable around women, even his wife.
He barely visited her, doing his duty in the marriage bed once or twice a year, taking no joy in it. Selyse is an unfriendly frigid woman who looks down at everyone and is completely obedient to her husband and always tries to please him, but she barely gets any recognition for it.
She lives to serve him and her god. Stannis and Selyse have only one surviving daughter, Shireen, a sad and homely little girl who is disfigured as a consequence of contracting greyscale in her infancy.
Davos Seaworth is one of Stannis' most loyal servants. Because of the different and lower standards of morality of this universe, Stannis can agree with the execution of harmless people and innocent children if he considers it necessary, righteous, or lawful.
It is said that Robert sent him to "deal" with the children Viserys Targaryen and Daenerys Targaryen and Robert is known for being cowardly when it comes to face matters of morality and cruelty against the weak.
After he lost the Battle of the Blackwater, Stannis was seriously considering Ser Axell's plan to use Salladhor Saan's fleet to destroy, burn, and plunder the riches and food provisions of the entire Claw Isle as well as putting every single inhabitant to the sword, including old people and children as a retaliation against Lord Ardrian Celtigar, who changed side with Joffrey to survive when he was captured, and to show Tywin Lannister that Stannis wasn't done with his war yet.
Eventually Stannis backed down when he was reminded by Davos that most of the warriors of the isle fought and died for him and admitted that Axell's plan was nothing but an evil thing that would make him look worse than Joffrey.
He is a renowned commander, sailor, and warrior, although he is a better tactician than fighter.
Stannis is known for his brusqueness and lack of tact in social situations and finds himself uncomfortable around women, including his own wife.
He abhors brothels and once tried to have them banned from King's Landing , which made him unpopular with the smallfolk there.
He dresses plainly in dark clothing and is rarely seen without his sword and dagger. Stannis is plagued with bitterness at the lack of respect and affection he has been shown by his older brother King Robert, and even in childhood was described by the Baratheon family maester as "the most unloved of the three"; a "solemn and joyless" child "mature beyond his years".
Although Stannis suffers from a lack of support and resources during the War of Five Kings, he is frequently described by his adversaries, including Tywin Lannister , as the most dangerous rival claimant.
Above all he is characterized by his fearless and uncompromising pursuit of justice and duty - he is described by Varys in this way: "His claim is the true one, he is known for his prowess as a battle commander, and he is utterly without mercy.
There is no creature on earth half so terrifying as a truly just man. Stannis is not a point of view character in the novels, so his actions are witnessed and interpreted through the eyes of other people, predominantly Davos Seaworth and Jon Snow ,  and later Asha and Theon Greyjoy.
When Robert travels to Winterfell to name Eddard as his new Hand, Stannis flees to Dragonstone with his forces, including most of the royal navy.
Stannis suspects Cersei's involvement in Jon's death. It is later revealed that the true culprit was Jon's wife Lysa, who was persuaded to poison her husband by her lover, Petyr Baelish.
Eddard continues Stannis and Jon's investigations, and discovers that Cersei's children are the products of her incestuous affair with her twin brother Jaime Lannister.
After Robert's death, Eddard tries to replace Robert's presumed heir Joffrey Baratheon with Stannis, but loses the political struggle against the Lannisters and is executed.
Stannis comes under the influence of the red priestess Melisandre , who believes that Stannis is the reincarnation of Azor Ahai, a messianic figure in her faith.
Stannis declares himself the one true King; however, most of the Baratheon bannermen support the claim of his younger and much more charismatic brother, Renly, as does the powerful House Tyrell due to Renly's marriage to Margaery Tyrell.
Stannis tries to negotiate with Renly, offering him the chance to become his heir, which offer Renly rejects, planning to have Stannis killed the next day.
Renly is subsequently assassinated by a shadow conjured by Melisandre using Stannis' life force, and many of Renly's bannermen immediately swear allegiance to Stannis, although the Tyrells side with the Lannisters due to their offer to have Margaery marry Joffrey.
Stannis assaults King's Landing by sea, but many of his men are killed when Tyrion Lannister detonates wildfire in the River Blackwater.
Stannis' forces still nearly claim victory, but Lannister and Tyrell reinforcements arrive in time to drive Stannis' men away from King's Landing.
However Rolland Storm, the Bastard of Nightsong, commands his forces well enough that Stannis is able to escape.
Stannis retreats to Dragonstone with what is left of his army. He imprisons his Hand Lord Alester Florent, one of his wife's uncles, for trying to offer terms of surrender to the Lannisters.
He suggests a plan to attack Claw Isle in retaliation for Lord Celtigar's bending the knee to Joffrey, but Davos derides an attack on this defenseless island as evil.
For this honest counsel Stannis names Davos as his new Hand. Melisandre tells Stannis to burn Edric Storm, one of Robert's bastards, as a sacrifice to raise dragons from Dragonstone.
Stannis is conflicted about burning his nephew but uses Edric's blood collected by three leeches to curse the rival kings: Balon Greyjoy , Joffrey Baratheon , and Robb Stark.
After Joffrey's, Balon's, and Robb's deaths seem to prove the power of king's blood, Stannis considers sacrificing Edric.
Davos smuggles Edric off Dragonstone to the Free Cities, and then persuades Stannis to sail to the North and save the Night's Watch from the wildling army.
After Melisandre burns Alester Florent as a sacrifice to R'hllor to ensure favorable winds, Stannis takes most of his remaining army and sails north to crush the wildling assault, managing to rout the whole host with few casualties.
He remains at the Night's Watch headquarters at Castle Black to negotiate a settlement with the wildlings, and offers to legitimise Eddard's bastard Jon Snow if Jon will fight with Stannis' army.
Jon, who has been elected Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, declines, as he has made an oath binding him to serve the Night's Watch.
Stannis sends ravens to the Northern houses naming himself as king and asking for their support, but only House Karstark and a faction of House Umber swear allegiance.
Stannis has the King-beyond-the-Wall Mance Rayder burned at the stake, and most of the wildlings bend the knee to Stannis, although Stannis is unaware that Melisandre had used glamours to switch Rayder and his lieutenant, the Lord of Bones.
In reality Arnolf is working with the Boltons, hoping to entrap Stannis and have his hostage great-nephew Harrion Karstark executed so his branch of the family can take Karhold.
On Jon's advice, Stannis instead rallies the northern mountain clans and attacks Deepwood Motte, ousting the Ironborn holding the castle and taking Asha Greyjoy captive.
He restores the castle to House Glover, thus winning their support and that of House Mormont. He marches on Winterfell to confront the Boltons, joined by the men of Arnolf Karstark and Mors Umber one of the castellans of the Last Hearth , but his host is waylaid by heavy snows and forced to stop at a crofter's village three days away from Winterfell.
A letter is later sent to Jon Snow by Ramsay Bolton claiming that Stannis has been defeated and killed, though it is unknown how much of the letter is true.
George R. Martin confirmed to a fan in that Stannis is still alive in the books. In December , Martin posted a sample chapter from the yet-unfinished sixth book The Winds of Winter , told from Theon Greyjoy 's viewpoint,   where Stannis is actively and efficiently preparing for the looming battle against the Bolton-Frey-Karstark alliance.
He secures a loan by signing a blood contract with the Braavosi banker Tycho Nestoris , whose convoy managed to find Stannis' army, and plans to immediately send Tycho back to the Wall for safety.
Tycho also brought a message from Jon Snow informing Stannis of Arnolf Karstark's planned treachery, after which Stannis arrested Arnolf, his son Arthor and his three grandsons and plans to execute them.
He also subdued Tybald, the Dreadfort maester, who out of fear confesses that he has already revealed Stannis's position to the Boltons in Winterfell.
Stannis then sends Ser Justin Massey to escort Tycho and the escaped " Arya Stark " back to Castle Black to reunite her with Jon Snow, in gratitude for Jon's counsel of gathering the northern mountain clans.
Massey is to then travel to Braavos and use a loan from the Iron Bank to hire twenty thousand sellswords for Stannis. Stannis tells Massey that he may hear of Stannis's death in Braavos, but even if that news is true, Massey is to follow the orders as to seat his daughter Shireen on the Iron Throne.
Stannis then interrogates Theon for information regarding the Boltons' military strength. When Theon taunts Stannis for not taking Ramsay seriously, Stannis confidently reveals that he already has a battle plan to utilize the terrain against the incoming Frey army.
Stannis next receives Asha Greyjoy, and informs her that her brother Theon must be executed, as showing him mercy would mean losing all of the northmen.
To spare Theon the agony of death by burning , Asha pleas Stannis to personally execute Theon by beheading in the tradition of the northmen.
Stannis Baratheon is played by Stephen Dillane in the television adaption of the series of books. Stannis falls under the influence of Melisandre, a priestess of R'hllor who believes Stannis is the reincarnation of a legendary hero from her religion.
After Robert's death, Stannis claims himself the true heir to the Iron Throne as Cersei's children are bastards born of incest. However, most of the Baratheon bannermen support the claim of the younger but far more charismatic Renly.
Stannis confronts Renly and offers to make him his heir if he supports him, but Renly refuses, only using the negotiations as an opportunity to mock his brother, and intending to kill Stannis in battle the next day.
Melisandre, who had seduced Stannis, gives birth to a shadow baby bearing Stannis' face that kills Renly, and many of Renly's bannermen immediately swear allegiance to Stannis.
He then attacks King's Landing by sailing up Blackwater Bay. Stannis' force breaches the walls, but due to Tyrion Lannister's use of wildfire and the arrival of last-minute Lannister and Tyrell reinforcements, he is defeated.
Nonetheless, he is convinced to continue fighting by Melisandre, and is further convinced by her magic as she shows him a vision of a battle in the flames.
Stannis acquires one of Robert's bastards, Gendry, from the Brotherhood Without Banners and plans to sacrifice him to further his quest for the Iron Throne.
After Davos Seaworth questions his course of action, Stannis has three leeches drawn with Gendry's blood and throws them into a fire, calling for the death of Robb Stark, Balon Greyjoy and Joffrey Baratheon.
Upon the news of Robb's death, Davos releases Gendry to prevent him from being sacrificed. Stannis subsequently sentences Davos to death but is swayed by Melisandre, who encourages him to travel North to aid the Night's Watch against the White Walkers emerging from beyond the Wall.
Stannis hears of Joffrey's death and chastises Davos again for releasing Gendry and not finding him a suitable army, prompting Davos to write to the Iron Bank of Braavos in Stannis' name to help pay for an army.
The Iron Bank nearly refuses Stannis' request, but Davos manages to convince them that Stannis is the only one they can turn to since Tywin Lannister is nearing old age.
Stannis and his army arrive at the Wall shortly after the Battle of Castle Black, interrupting a parley between Jon Snow and Mance Rayder and crushing the wildling force.
Stannis learns that Jon is Ned Stark's son, and on Jon's advice, he places Mance and his men under arrest.
He is later present at the funeral of the Night's Watch brothers who died during the Battle for Castle Black.
Stannis begins plans to retake the North from Roose Bolton, hoping to recruit Mance's wildling army, if Mance will bend the knee to him.
Mance refuses, and Stannis has him burnt at the stake. Stannis offers to legitimise Jon as a Stark to win the loyalty of the Northerners who refuse to recognise Stannis as their king, but Jon decides to remain loyal to his vows to the Night's Watch.
Stannis marches on Winterfell, but his army is delayed by a large snowstorm. In the chaos Ramsay Bolton and his men infiltrate Stannis's camp, and destroy all supplies and horses.
Melisandre persuades a profoundly reluctant Stannis to sacrifice Shireen to ensure victory. Although the act seems to lift the snowstorm, Stannis is visibly mentally broken, and the next day half of Stannis's army deserts him, Selyse commits suicide out of guilt, and Melisandre flees to Castle Black.
Stannis decides to complete the march on foot. As his army arrives at Winterfell, it is swiftly defeated by a cavalry charge led by Ramsay Bolton.
Surviving the battle, Stannis fends off Bolton soldiers in a nearby forest but is severly wounded and, at a point of utter despondency, confronted by Brienne of Tarth , former member of Renly's Kingsguard.
Stannis confesses to killing his brother with blood magic and finally accepts responsibly, telling to "do [her] duty", whereupon she beheads him with a single stroke from Oathkeeper.
Brienne enunciates she is executing him in the name of the 'rightful' King Renly, her slain love. The English actor Stephen Dillane has received positive reviews for his performance as Stannis Baratheon, especially in the fifth season.
On her review for " Sons of the Harpy ", Sarah Hughes of The Guardian wrote, "Stephen Dillane has always been wonderful at showing us the core of this rigid, complex man.Stannis Baratheon. Besetzung: Stephen Dillane Auftritt: Staffeln Lord Stannis Baratheon bezieht nach der Krönung seines Bruders Robert Baratheon seinen. Stannis Baratheon ist in Game of Thrones der Bruder von König Robert Baratheon. Nach Roberts Tod erfährt Stannis durch einen Brief von. So wird die Ermordung von Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) durch Brienne von Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) nicht explizit gezeigt. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an stannis baratheon an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für papier.