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The Stanley Cup is the most famous sports trophy in the world. The goblet is a huge silver vase with a massive cylindrical base 89.54 centimeters (35.25 inches) high and weighs 15.5 kilograms. No trophy in professional sports, other than the Stanley Cup, is engraved with the names of all the players, coaches, managers, and technical staff of the team that won the title.

 

Originally, the Cup was a decorative bowl made of silver, 18.5 centimeters (7.28 inches) high and 29 centimeters (11.42 inches) in diameter. Until 1924, the appearance of additional rings to the bowl and their filling proceeded in a "chaotic" mode. At first, additional rings appeared on the bowl with the engraved name of the team and the year of its championship. In 1907, the Montreal Wanderers were the first club to have their team's name printed on the inside of the ball, as well as engraving the names of all of their team's players. 

 

For unknown reasons, many clubs simply did not engrave their team names on the bowl, and in three cases the names were incorrectly recorded - this was in 1915, 1916 and 1918, when teams winning their championships put their names on the Cup despite the fact that it has already been played under the new system between the champions of the National Hockey Association (NHA) and the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA).

 

Bemorepanda collected more interesting facts about Stanley Cup Finals

 

 

1. The cup was also a prize for the winner of the league in which the champion team played.

 

2. The cup does not become the property of the champion team, but was only transferred to it for a while.

 

3. The trustees of the Cup have the right of the last word in any dispute related to the presentation of the Cup.

 

4. Contenders for the Cup must win the championship of their league.

 

5. Series of matches for the possession of the Stanley Cup must consist of one-, two- or three-match series by mutual agreement of the contenders.

 

  Since 1924, it has become an annual tradition for teams to put on their names and the names of all their players. As a result, the cup became too bulky and, due to its similarity to a chimney, was called the "Chimney Cup" (Stovepipe Cup). In 1948, it was decided to redesign the Cup and take into account all the mistakes and shortcomings made in the early years. In 1958, the Cup underwent minor changes and since that time has a modern design. In 1991, when there was no room for names on the Cup hoops, they were removed and placed in the Hall of Fame, replaced with clean ones. All of the old tapes are in the Hall except for one: the tape with the names of the Boston players of the 1928/1929 season is missing.

 

     Prior to 1977, only players who played in the Stanley Cup playoffs were eligible to have their name immortalized on the Cup. Currently, in order for a player's name to be engraved on the Stanley Cup, they must have played at least 41 games in the NHL regular season (and must be on the team when it wins the Cup) or play at least one game in the Stanley Cup Finals . However, since 1994, teams have been allowed to petition the NHL commissioner to be allowed to engrave a player's name, who reviews various specific cases and circumstances that prevented players from being immortalized on the Stanley Cup. So in 1998, the Detroit Red Wings received special permission from the NHL to engrave the name of Vladimir Konstantinov, whose career ended after a car accident on June 13, 1997.

 

 

6. All matches were to be played at the applicants' home arenas, although the Cup custodians had the right to set the date and time of the matches.

 

7. If the applicants for the Cup do not agree with the appointment of judges for the series, then the guardians have the right to appoint any referee.

 

8. Tickets for matches must be equally distributed among the applicant teams.

 

9. The league cannot qualify for the Cup twice in a season.

 

10. The champion team is obliged to return the Cup to the guardians in good condition and when they request it.

 

11. The champion team has the right to add a commemorative inscription about their victory to the silver circle of the Cup.

 

   It is also worth noting that an interesting fact is that 12 women were honored to engrave their names on the Stanley Cup, and it takes 13 years to fill in the teams of champions of each Cup ring. The Stanley Cup winning team has the right to take the trophy for 100 days at its disposal. Since 1994, each of the hockey players who won the Cup has the right to take it to his home for one day and dispose of it at his own discretion within 24 hours.

 

     Unknown to many, there are actually three versions of the Stanley Cup - the original Cup, a certified replica of the Stanley Cup, and a replica of the Stanley Cup. The original Bowl, bought by Lord Stanley and awarded to the champion until 1970, is kept in the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. In 1963, one of the walls of the original was worn out and damaged, then NHL President Clarence Campbell decided to get a certified copy of the Cup, the production of which was kept secret and the copy of the Cup was not known until three years later. A certified copy of the Stanley Cup is also called a presentation or "Presentation Cup" (Presentation Cup), since it is this version that is used at ceremonies and handed over to hockey players after the final series of the playoffs. A certified copy is stored in the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, being an exhibition exhibit only, and the Cup holders have the right only to touch it. Traveling is a replica of the Stanley Cup, which was created in 1993 and is used as an inductee in the Hockey Hall of Fame whenever the "Performance Cup" is used at any celebrations and is not available for display. An exact copy can be distinguished from a certified copy only by the seal of the Hall of Fame, which is located on the underside of the base of the Cup. There is another difference: there are no grammatical errors on an exact copy of the Cup, unlike a certified copy, on which errors were made, both grammatical in the spelling of player names and team names, and curious ones - in 1984, Edmonton Oilers owner Peter Pocklington includes to the list of winners of his father Basil, who is not connected with the team in any way and his name is engraved on the Cup.

 

 

12. In 1896 "Winnipeg Victorias" for the first time drinking champagne from the Stanley Cup won - a century-old tradition that has preserved to this day.

 

13. In 1920, victory celebrations end with a brawl between the Ottawa Senators and the Stanley Cup players lying in the gutter all night.

 

14. In 1932, the Stanley Cup was first awarded immediately after the end of the final on the ice hockey rink.

 

15. On March 24, 1936, the match between the Detroit Red Wings and the Montreal Maroons took place, which became the longest match in the history of the Stanley Cup.

 

16. The first and only puck in this match was abandoned by the players, “Detroit” only in the 17th minute of the sixth (!) Additional period.

 

17. The match began at half past nine in the evening and ended at half past three in the night. The meeting lasted 176 minutes 30 seconds of pure time.

 

18. In 1950, for the first time, Detroit Red Wings captain Ted Lindsey lifted the Stanley Cup over his head and swept it around the rink.

 

 

19. So another tradition appeared - each member of the team, starting with the captain, makes a circle of honor around the site, holding the Cup over his head.

 

 

20. In 1961, a Montreal fan wanted to steal the Cup from a display case in a stadium in Chicago. He broke the glass, but was captured by security.

Then in court he said: "Your Honor, I just wanted to return the Cup back to Montreal, where it belongs."

 

21. In 1962, celebrating their victory, the Toronto players dropped the Stanley Cup into the fire, the Cup was badly damaged and restored at the expense of the team.

 

22. In 1968, after the assassination of prominent black rights activist Martin Luther King, three 1/4 playoff series were canceled at once.

 

23. The pause caused by mourning lasted 2 days.

 

24. In 1970, one of the rings of the stand disappeared from the Hockey Hall of Fame. He was found later in the yard of the nearest dry cleaners.

 

 

25. In 1980, after the presentation of the first Stanley Cup by the New York Islanders, Brian Trottier took the trophy home and settled into bed with it.

He later told a reporter, "I just wanted to wake up and see him around."

 

26. In 1982, Clark Gillies filled the Cup with dog food so that his dog could celebrate the New York Islanders' third consecutive championship.

 

27. In 1984, Edmonton Oilers owner Peter Pocklington included his father, Basil, who had nothing to do with the team, as one of the winners.

His name is engraved on the Cup, and when the NHL notices a "mistake", they are ordered to replace the ring, but the "error" is not corrected on the certified copy of the Cup.

 

28. In 1986, the Cup sinks into the pond of Patrick Roy, from where one of the fans got it.

 

29. In 1987, Edmonton Oilers players take the Stanley Cup with them to a strip bar.

 

30. In 1991, the legendary Mario Lemieux tied a heavy Cup to his leg and threw it into the pool.

Of course, the athlete, like a tugboat, flies after him. As a result, the trophy is torn into two parts and then restored for a long time.

 

31. In 1992, for the first time in the history of Stanley Cup matches, the result was determined by watching a video replay.

 

 

32. Doubt caused a throw, as it turned out to assist, the Russian striker “Detroit” Sergei Fedorov, who shook the gates of “Minnesota” in overtime.

 

33. In 1993, for the first time, the captain of the team did not raise the Stanley Cup first from the team, but passed it to another member of the team.

Thus, the captain of “Montreal” Guy Karbanno honored the merits of Denis Savard, who during his career did not even have a chance to play in the Cup final.

 

34. None of the 7 free throws awarded in the history of the Cup finals were taken.

Last on the list is Pavel Bure, who failed to outplay New York Rangers goaltender Mike Richter in 1994.

 

35.In 1996, Sylvain Lefevre christens his daughter in the cup.

 

36. In 1998, the Cup receives some recognition from prime-time TV: in the television series The Simpsons, Krusty the Clown vomits into it.

 

37. In 1998, the captain of “Detroit” Steve Yzerman did not lift the Cup over his head, but passes it to Vladimir Konstantinov, whose career was cut short.

 

 

38. The Detroit Red Wings received special permission from the NHL to engrave the name of Vladimir Konstantinov, who was involved in a car accident, on the Stanley Cup.

 

39. In 1999, Finn Jere Lehtinen decides to attach the trophy to his national traditions and takes a steam bath with it.

 

40. In 2000, New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur takes the Stanley Cup to the movies, where he fills it with popcorn.

 

41. In 2001, Colorado's captain won the Cup and captain Joe Sakic passed it on to Ray Burke.

For Bourque, this was the last game of his 22-year NHL career and the only Stanley Cup to be won.

 

42. Not a single "dry" series in the 2002 playoffs - 16 teams participated in the Cup, which played 90 matches.

This happened only once - in 1959, when the Cup was contested by 4 teams who played a total of 18 matches.

 

43. In 2002, the Cup came to Asia for the first time. Detroit Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk brings him to his native Yekaterinburg.

 

44. Only 2 times in history, in 1919 and in 2005, the Stanley Cup did not find its owner - in 1919, due to the flu epidemic, the final series was interrupted.

And in 2005, the Stanley Cup was not played due to the lockout, because the players' association (NHLPA) did not agree with the pay cut proposed by the NHL.

 

 

45. Toronto Maple Leafs (1942 - final), New York Islanders (1975 - 1/4 finals), Philadelphia Flyers (2010 - 1/4 finals).

Three teams losing 0-3 in the National Hockey League playoffs and eventually winning the series 4-3.

Moreover, “Philadelphia” failed “double comeback” – in the seventh match of the series, she bounced back from a score of 0-3, set by the 15th minute of the first period.

 

46. In 1915, the Cup began to bear its usual name for us - the Stanley Cup. The fight for the trophy was now between the champions of the National Hockey Association (NHA) and the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA). The meetings took place in March after the end of the regular seasons of both leagues, and the venue for the decisive matches changed from year to year - one season in the East, the other in the West. Moreover, due to the differences in the rules of the NHA and PCHA, it was decided that the game rules would alternate from game to game.

 

47. On November 26, 1916, the National Hockey League (NHL) was formed to replace the National Hockey Association (NHA). The purpose of the formation, the NHL, was to get rid of the team from Toronto, or rather from its owner, who was pretty annoying to everyone. The following entered the league: Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Wanders, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Arenas (the owner of the team had already changed by that time) and the Quebec Bulldogs club, which took part in the league only two seasons later due to his financial problems in 1917-1918.

 

 

48. Back in 1914, the first American team "Portland Rosebuds" was accepted into the PCHA, since then the organizers have made a statement that the Stanley Cup is a trophy for the best professional team not only in Canada, but in the whole World. Two years later, the Portland Rosebuds played in the finals, but lost to the Montreal Canadiens. And in 1917, the first American team won the Stanley Cup - "Seattle Metropolitans" beat the same "Montreal Canadiens" in the final.

 

49. In 1919, the Stanley Cup was left without its owner for the first time, as the final series of the Seattle Metropolitans - Montreal Canadiens was stopped due to the Spanish flu epidemic. The series was tied after five games played (the teams had two wins and one draw), there was one playoff game left, which was eventually canceled, as a large number of Montreal Canadiens players and their manager were hospitalized with the flu, four days after the canceled game, one of the players died...

 

50. From the 1921-1922 season, another league appeared in the West, the Western Canada Hockey League (WCHL). In 1922, the winners of the PCHA and WCHL faced each other, after which the Western champion met in the Stanley Cup final with the champion of the National Hockey League (NHL). 

 

   

 

 

 

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The Stanley Cup is the most prestigious hockey trophy in the world. Since 1926, it has been awarded to the team that won the playoffs in the NHL, the American-Canadian professional hockey league. The league itself does not own the cup and uses its symbols under a trust agreement with the copyright holders.


The history of the Stanley Cup goes back to 1889, when a local hockey tournament was held in the city of Montreal. The then ruler of Canada, Frederick Stanley (1841-1908), was invited to the match between the two Montreal teams as a fan. Stanley became interested in the game and was instructed to develop hockey in Canada. Frederick's sons organized several more hockey clubs in Canada, and Stanley himself later came up with the idea of ​​establishing a challenge cup, which would be awarded to the best amateur team in Canada at the end of the season. The first Stanley Cup winner was the Montreal Hockey Club in 1893. Canadian professional clubs have only been eligible to compete for the Stanley Cup since 1906.


In 1915, the two North American leagues came to a gentlemen's agreement: the Stanley Cup would be played between their winners at the end of the season. In 1926, the American-Canadian NHL won the right to exclusive cup competition among its teams. Since then, the NHL Western Conference playoff winner has been fighting for the Stanley Cup with the Eastern Conference winner.


The most titled club, the Montreal Canadiens, has won the Stanley Cup 24 times. They are followed by the Toronto Maple Leafs (13 times) and the Detroit Red Wings (11). In 2018, for the first time in history, the Washington Capitals won the cup, and with them Sasha Ovechkin. According to a long tradition, the players of the team that won the cup drink champagne from it, and the names of the best players of the winning team are engraved on the cup itself.


Bemorepanda collected some funny memes.


1.Re-evaluate your life


2.That escalated quickly


3.Playoffs


4.2 girls no cup


The Stanley Cup is made of silver, its height is about 90 centimeters, and it weighs 15.5 kilograms. The cup itself exists in three copies: the same original cup, bought by Frederick Stanley in 1893, is stored in the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, as well as another, modern one, called "permanent". The third copy, which is given to teams and travels around the world, is called "presentation".


For the first time, the Stanley Cup was awarded to the Montreal AAA team in 1893, the champion of the Amateur Hockey Association (Amateur Hockey Association, AHA), the strongest hockey league at that time, and there was no playoff stage that year, as the Montrealers during the season confidently beat all their opponents. At that time, the Cup was the property of the league in which the last winner of the Cup played, the champion of this league automatically became the owner of the Cup, but he could be challenged by the champion of any other amateur league. Until 1898, the teams of the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC) became the owners of the Challenge Cup. The only exception was the season of 1895-1896, when the Winnipeg Victorians won the Manitoba Hockey League (MHA) for a while, and the champions of other leagues fought for the Cup with the AHAC champions: the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) and the Central Canadian Hockey Associations (CCHA), but everything is even.


  From the 1898-1899 season, a new league was formed - the Canadian Amateur Hockey League (CAHL), which included all teams from AHAC. In 1901, the Winnipeg Victorians club, the champion of the Manitoba Hockey League (MHL), which was originally called the Association (MHA) and the New Association (MNWHA), was able to beat the CAHL champion and took the Challenge Cup to their league for a whole year. There were many other attempts to win the Cup, but the champions of the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA), Maritime Hockey League (MaHL), Federal Amateur Hockey League (FAHL) failed to get the coveted trophy.


5.Bruins


6.Never be awarded


7.Stanley cup finals


8.Good question


9.Normal life on hold


 In 1906, the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association (ECAHA) was created, which united the best teams from the Canadian Amateur Hockey League (CAHL) and the Federal Amateur Hockey League (FAHL). And the very next year, many leagues became professional, so the Manitoba Professional Hockey League (MPHL), Ontario Professional Hockey League (OPHL), Alberta Hockey League (AAHA) appeared, which immediately joined the fight for the Challenge Cup. And the results were not long in coming - the Kenora Thistles team from the Manitoba Professional Hockey Association (MPHA) won the Challenge Cup. However, the Cup lasted less than two months - having won the ECAHA regular season, Montreal Wanders applied for a rematch in March 1907 and returned the Cup, which they lost in January of that year.


   If until 1906 only amateur teams fought for the Challenge Cup, and since 1906 professional players were allowed to play together with amateurs, then since 1908 only professionals could claim this prize, while amateurs began to fight for the Allan Cup. In the 1908-1909 season, the ECAHA became a professional league and was renamed the Eastern Canada Hockey Association (ECHA), but lost two teams that did not receive the status of professional clubs (Montreal AAA and Montreal Victorians). However, already in the 1909-1910 season, the Eastern Canada Hockey Association (ECHA) was transformed into the Canadian Hockey Association (CHA) in order to exclude the Montreal Wanders team, which in response created the National Hockey Association (NHA). 


The Canadian Hockey Association (CHA) did not last even a month, and the last CHA match went to the National Hockey Association (NHA), since almost all teams moved to this league after the CHA was disbanded. The Champions of the Ontario Professional Hockey League (OPHL) and the New Ontario Hockey Association (NOHL), the Alberta Hockey League (AAHA), the Maritime Professional League (MaPHL), the Pacific Coast Hockey Association ( PCHA).


10.What’s a Stanley Cup


11.Your name is Stanley


12.NHL Playoffs


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16.Fight


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30.Final


31.Live look


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33.POW


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40.Watching some of this


41.No life


42.Stanley Cup?


43.Saving more


44.Washington capitals


45.Here just waiting


46.Who should I choose


47.Steve OTT


48.Chilling


49.No finals again


50.Old Stan




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For those die-hard fans who have watched all seasons and all episodes of the legendary TV series Game of Thrones, our new Q&A quiz. Test your knowledge! Find gaps in them and eliminate them!

 

Questions that only die-hard fans (and now you) know the answers to

 

These 90 questions are for those who can accurately answer the greeting "Valar Morghulis" and know exactly what young Bran Stark dreams of. Forward! It will be fun! Good luck and more correct answers for you!

 

 

1. What does "Valar Morghulis" mean?

Answer: All people are mortal.

 

2. What is Sandor Clegane's nickname?

Answer: Dog.

 

3. Who said this memorable line: "You don't know anything, Jon Snow"?

Answer: Ygritte

 

4. Which character will be the first to kill the White Walker?

Answer: Samwell Tarly.

 

5. What vegetable-related nickname is Davos Seaworth, Stannis Baratheon's right-hand man, known by?

Answer: Onion Knight.

 

6. Who is Daenerys' first husband?

Answer: Khal Drogo.

 

7. What is the name of Jon Snow's dire wolf?

Answer: Ghost.

 

8. What is the name of the "Mad King"?

Answer: King Aerys II Targaryen.

 

 

9. Name the person who pushed Bran Stark out of the tower window?

Answer: Jaime Lannister.

 

10. Which actress plays the role of Margaery Tyrell?

Answer: Natalie Dormer.

 

11. Which House governs the Riverlands?

Answer: Tully.

 

12. Which area on Game of Thrones is also known as the "Land of Shadows"?

Answer: Asshai

 

13. Who said this memorable line: “A man who says he is a king is not a real king”?

Answer: Tywin Lannister.

 

14. What poison was used to kill Jon Arryn?

Answer: Tears of the Fox.

 

15. Khal Drogo was the commander of what people?

Answer: Dothraki.

 

16. How many people did Theon Greyjoy use to take over Winterfell?

Answer: 20.

 

 

17. Who was behind the creation of the Night King?

Answer: Children of the forest.

 

18. Where to find the House of the Immortals?

Answer: Quart.

 

19. In what free city did Lord Varys become a eunuch?

Answer: Peace.

 

20. How is the Valar Morghulis usually answered?

Answer: Valar dohaeris.

 

21. What is the main religion of the Seven Kingdoms?

Answer: Faith of the seven.

 

22. What creature brought down the drunk King Robert?

Answer: Boar.

 

23. What was the name of the man who cut off Jaime Lannister's right hand?

Answer: Locke.

 

24. Eddard Stark, also known as Ned, and Catelyn had __ children.

Answer: 5.

 

25. Who got greyscale?

Answer: Jorah Mormont.

 

 

26. In Game of Thrones, how old was Jamie Lannister when he was knighted?

Answer: 15.

 

27. Where were the Water Gardens built?

Answer: Dorne.

 

28. Who is known as "The Kingslayer"?

Answer: Jaime Lannister.

 

29. What does Bran Stark constantly dream about?

Answer: Three-eyed raven.

 

30. What was the role of Lord Petyr Baelish in the Small Council?

Answer: Master of the coin (treasurer).

 

31. What was Varys' nickname?

Answer: Spider.

 

32. Who is Tywin Lannister's youngest child?

Answer: Tyrion Lannister.

 

 

33. Name the capital of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros and the seat of the Iron Throne

Answer: The port city of King's Landing.

 

34. What was the name of the explosive used in the Battle of Blackwater?

Answer: Wild fire.

 

35. Which direwolf died in season 1?

Answer: Lady.

 

36. What religion does the Brotherhood Without Banners preach?

Answer: R'Glor.

 

37. What season did Sansa marry Ramsey Bolton?

Answer: Season 3

 

38. How many episodes of Game of Thrones are there?

Answer: 73.

 

39. Which character says: “Say her name. Say it!"

Answer: Oberyn Martell.

 

40. What character is often referred to with the nickname "Giant Death"?

Answer: Tormund

 

 

41. Which House in Game of Thrones rules the Reach Kingdom?

Answer: Gardeners.

 

42. Who created the Kingsguard in Game of Thrones?

Answer: Aegon I Targaryen

 

43. Which House rules in the Valley of ____ for a thousand years?

Answer: Arren

 

44. Which Lord protected Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon from the Mad King?

Answer: Jon Arryn

 

45. Which clan rules the Northern Kingdom?

Answer: Starks.

 

46. ​​Who will become the king of Westeros after the death of King Joffrey?

Answer: Tommen.

 

47. How does Brienne of Tarth become a member of Renly's Kingsguard?

Answer: She wins such an opportunity in the tournament.

 

48. Who got married at the Red Wedding?

Answer: Edmure Tully and Roslyn Frey.

 

49. Gendry's helmet is shaped like the head of what animal?

Answer: Bull.

 

50. What was Hodor's name at birth?

Answer: Willis.

 

 

51. How many meters high is the Wall?

Answer: 213.

 

52. How many Starks appeared in the first episode of the series?

Answer: 8.

 

53. What is the name of the gate leading to the Nest?

Answer: Blood Gate.

 

54. Who sent the assassin shadow to Renly Baratheon?

Answer: Stannis Baratheon.

 

55. Who did Jon execute after his first general meeting as Lord Commander with the men of the Night's Watch?

Answer: Janos Slint.

 

56. Which of the Free Cities is the most powerful?

Answer: Braavos.

 

57. What role does Gwendoline Christine play?

Answer: Brienne.

 

58. In Game of Thrones, who did the First Men team up with to fight the Others?

Answer: Children of the forest.

 

59. In what year was George Martin's book Game of Thrones published?

Answer: In 1996.

 

60. Who teaches Davos to read?

Answer: Princess Shiren.

 

61. What is the main color of the coat of arms of House Tarly?

Answer: Green.

 

 

62. Which House is a direct vassal of House Baratheon of King's Landing?

Answer: Stockworth.

 

63. Who was the king of Westeros at the beginning of the series?

Answer: Robert Baratheon.

 

64. What noble house is Catelyn Stark from?

Answer: Tully House.

 

65. Who was Eddard Stark to Jon Snow?

Answer: Jon Snow is the illegitimate son of Eddard Stark and an unknown woman.

 

66. Which actress originally played the role of Catelyn Stark in the pilot?

Answer: Jennifer Ehle.

 

67. What character appears in more episodes than any other?

Answer: Tyrion Lannister.

 

68. What is the name of the ancestral home of House Lannister?

Answer: Casterly Rock.

 

69. Name an orphaned baker boy who befriends Arya Stark

Answer: Pie.

 

 

70. What is the name of the huge mercenary army commanded by Daenerys?

Answer: Flawless.

 

71. Which House ruled the Stormlands?

Answer: Durrandon.

 

72. What was in the wedding cake at King Joffrey's wedding?

Answer: Pigeons.

 

73. Melisandre bore what title?

Answer: Priestess.

 

74. Where did Tyrion Lannister join the Younger Sons?

Answer: Essos.

 

75. Which House rules Storm's End?

Answer: Baratheons.

 

76. The Younger Sons were defeated in the defense of what city?

Answer: Kohor.

 

77. What House are the Lords of the Arbor from?

Answer: Redwins.

 

78. What is the largest castle in Westeros?

Answer: Harrenhal.

 

 

79. What chamber is Rodrik Kassel a member of?

Answer: Starks.

 

80. In Game of Thrones, how old was Bronn when he first killed someone?

Answer: 12.

 

81. Who did Prince Oberyn fight to protect Tyrion Lannister?

Answer: Gregor.

 

82. What sword did Visenya Targaryen wield?

Answer: Dark Sister.

 

83. In Game of Thrones, how many inhabited castles did the Night's Watch have at the height of their power?

Answer: 7.

 

84. Which family has traditionally held the title of Guardian of the North?

Answer: Starks.

 

85. What role does Lena Headey play in Game of Thrones?

Answer: Cersei Lannister.

 

86. Which dragon had the largest skull in the dungeons under King's Landing?

Answer: Balerion (Black Horror).

 

87. What is Jaqen Hgar teaching Arya Stark?

Answer: How to be Faceless.

 

88. When did Daenerys get dragon eggs?

Answer: This is a wedding gift from Magister Illyrio.

 

89. Who is Robb Stark's mother?

Answer: Catelyn Stark.

 

90. Which famous actress plays Olenna Tyrell?

Answer: Diana Rigg.

 

 

 

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