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Euron Graufreud (engl.: Euron Greyjoy) ist der nächstjüngere Bruder von Balon Graufreud. Er ist. Pirat, Plünderer und Vergewaltiger. So wird Euron Graufreud in Game of Thrones vorgestellt. Was den Seemann sonst noch ausmacht und was. Euron Graufreud. Status: Selbst ernannter König der Eiseninseln; Rolle: Der machthungrige Pirat tötet seinen eigenen Bruder, um die Eisenmänner zu neuer. Von 20war er in der Rolle des Euron Graufreud (im Original Greyjoy) in der erfolgreichen HBO-Serie Game of Thrones zu sehen. Asbæk ist mit der. Euron Graufreud (Pilou Asbæk) will in Staffel 6 von "Game of Thrones" die Herrschaft über die Eiseninseln, weshalb er seinen älteren Bruder Balon tötet.
Euron Graufreud (Pilou Asbæk) will in Staffel 6 von "Game of Thrones" die Herrschaft über die Eiseninseln, weshalb er seinen älteren Bruder Balon tötet. Euron Graufreud (engl.: Euron Greyjoy) ist der nächstjüngere Bruder von Balon Graufreud. Er ist. In der letzten Folge von “Game of Thrones” hat uns Euron Graufreud einmal mehr gezeigt, dass mit ihm nicht gut Kirschen essen ist.
When he was let down after the storm, he had all their tongues ripped out. Euron later glibly remarked of the incident that "I needed silence.
Tyrion Lannister tells Theon Greyjoy about his memories of witnessing the Raid on Lannisport which Tyrion says was caused by Theon's uncles.
Euron returns to the Iron Islands following the War of the Five Kings , arriving during a violent storm.
He confronts Balon on a rope bridge between two of Pyke 's towers, as it is buffeted by the wind and rain.
Balon says he assumed Euron would be dead by now, rotting under some foreign sea. Euron sarcastically replies with the traditional ironborn words, "what is dead may never die", and chides Balon when he doesn't repeat the phrase.
Balon accuses him of mocking the Drowned God , which Euron retorts by boasting that he is the Drowned God: for from Oldtown to Qarth , whenever men see his sails they pray.
The strong wind batters the bridge, making Balon have to hold onto the support ropes, but with eerie calmness Euron stands perfectly still with his hands together in front of him, unafraid.
Smirking, Euron notes that his brother is old, and says it is time for him to move aside and let another rule. Balon draws closer, and says he heard that Euron lost his mind during a storm on the Jade Sea , and the crew had to tie him to the mast to stop him from jumping overboard.
Euron smiles and matter-of-factually acknowledges, "They did. Realizing that Euron has come to kill him, Balon attacks him with a knife, slashing his left cheek, but Euron easily overpowers his elder brother, and throws him off the bridge to his death.
Following his nephew Theon's endorsement of his niece Yara, Euron arrives at the kingsmoot, announcing his name and his decision to claim the Salt Throne.
He begins to mock Theon for his failures and castration, which draws some laughs from the other ironborn. Euron reveals that he returned only a few days ago, leading Yara to realize that he murdered Balon.
She accuses him of the murder, and he freely admits it in front of the other ironborn captains, claiming that Balon only ever led the ironborn into two wars they could not hope to win, and apologizes to the captains for not returning to kill him sooner, a sentiment which they nod and murmur at.
Theon says that Yara should be queen because while Euron was "gallivanting" around the Known World , she was leading the ironborn and planning to return the Iron Islands to their former glory, by building the largest fleet the world has ever seen.
Mocking Theon's vocabulary, Euron counters that in his travels, he has seen more of the world than the rest of the captains combined, and that he knows that Daenerys Targaryen , who owns three large dragons , hates the lords of Westeros as much as the ironborn, and has neither a husband nor ships.
He intends to sail to Slaver's Bay , bring her back to Westeros as his wife, and conquer the Seven Kingdoms with their combined forces.
The captains all declare for him when he announces that he paid the iron price for his crown. When Euron stops breathing, he is dragged back ashore where, after a few tense seconds, he awakens, coughing and spitting water.
Aeron places a driftwood crown on his head, making him King of the Iron Islands. He, Aeron, and the captains seek out Theon and Yara with the intention of murdering them, but find they have fled aboard all of the Islands' best ships.
Undeterred, Euron declares this will not save them, and orders everyone to chop down every tree they find, to build a thousand ships and conquer Westeros.
Despite Euron's quip that his niece and nephew would not get far, Yara and Theon succeed in sailing across the Narrow Sea to Slaver's Bay. They land in Meereen and beat Euron to Daenerys Targaryen, warning her not to trust him, and Yara forges an alliance with Daenerys.
In return for offering a hundred ships and supporting her claim to the Seven Kingdoms , Daenerys agrees to help Yara and Theon to defeat their uncle Euron and support Yara's claim to the Salt Throne.
In addition, Daenerys extracts an agreement from Yara that the ironborn will cease raiding the mainland.
Cersei proposes an allegiance between the crown and the ironborn, which Euron counters with an offer of marriage. Cersei declines Euron's attempt at courtship, and he departs, promising to return with a gift that will win her heart.
Seeking out his promised gift for Cersei, Euron intercepts and attacks Yara's fleet , which had departed from Dragonstone and was sailing to Dorne , to consolidate the Dornish armies and fleet.
The Iron Fleet returns to King's Landing where Euron parades his captives through the streets - to the amusement of the citizens.
Euron delivers Ellaria and Tyene to Cersei, fulfilling his promise of a gift by handing her the people responsible for her daughter's death.
Cersei is pleased and, in turn, promises to grant his request of marriage after the war is won. Euron then steps away from the Iron Throne towards Jaime, deliberately provoking him about the fact that Cersei is going to marry him.
Euron is eventually ordered to set sail again and leads the Iron Fleet west to Casterly Rock where he attacks and destroys the remainders of Daenerys' fleet who are besieging the Rock.
When Tyrion begins the discussion, Euron interrupts him and taunts both him and Theon. He warns that if Theon doesn't submit to him, he will kill Yara, who remains his hostage.
A silence falls between the rest of the attendants due to Euron's outburst, and Jaime and Cersei order Euron to sit down or leave. After Sandor Clegane releases the wight , Euron watches Jon Snow 's demonstration on how to destroy it.
He walks up to the wight and examines it, asking Jon if they can swim. When Jon assures him they can't, Euron says truthfully or not how it is the only thing that terrifies him, and that he plans to sail home to the Iron Islands with the Iron Fleet.
Before exiting the Dragonpit, he jokingly advises Daenerys Targaryen to do the same on Dragonstone so that they are the only ones left after winter ends.
Cersei later privately reveals to Jaime that Euron is actually on his way to Essos to ferry the Golden Company back to fight for her.
Having ferried the Golden Company to King's Landing, their commander, Harry Strickland views the city from the stern of the Silence , with Euron smiling at his calm nature and his success in fulfilling Cersei's wishes.
Contented with himself, he visits his hostage, Yara, in his quarters. She asks Euron why he has not killed her, to which Euron sarcastically remarks upon their familial status as the last living Greyjoys, casually excluding Theon due to his castration.
He then states that he will bore himself if he kills Yara, who he expresses glee at venting his chatter to. She correctly assumes they have returned to King's Landing , having ferried the Golden Company from Essos to fight for Cersei.
She rebuffs an offer of drink from her uncle, before stating that he has picked the losing side. However, Euron arrogantly states that he will simply leave the Queen of the Andals should it come to that but he will lay with her first.
He later introduces Strickland to Cersei, where it comes to light that Euron has killed some members of the Company en route, due to someone cheating at dice he at first states the Golden Company soldiers cheated, but then heavily implies he was the guilty party.
Cersei is disappointed to hear that the Company's elephants could not be brought due to the length of the voyage. Following Strickland's departure, Euron asks to speak privately with Cersei, which she rebuffs and maintains their agreement to wait until she claims Westeros.
Although Euron is clearly frustrated, she states that he must earn her and that she would have executed him if not for his significance, which Euron again replies with pure self-esteem.
Somewhat wary and tempted by his arrogance, she permits him to lay with her. After their liaison, they remark on Robert Baratheon 's sexual inability, despite his fondness for whores, after which Euron asks about Jaime's libido, much to the Queen's irritation.
He then asks if he was satisfactory, to which Cersei replies that she is fond of his arrogance and promptly dismisses him.
Before Euron leaves, however, he promises to put a prince in her womb unaware she is already pregnant with Jaime's child. The liaison prevents Euron from his being aboard the Silence , where Theon rescues Yara  , who reclaims the Iron Islands while her uncle is preoccupied with maintaining the Iron Fleet in preparation for Daenerys's attack.
Euron launches a surprise attack on the Targaryen fleet returning from the North after the Battle of Winterfell. His Iron Fleet is able to kill Rhaegal and also destroys much of the Targaryen fleet using improved scorpions.
Euron also captures Missandei and brings her back to King's Landing with Cersei, who lies to him that she is pregnant with his child whose true father is Jaime.
He later witnesses Missandei's execution atop the walls of King's Landing. When King's Landing is besieged , the Iron Fleet is caught off-guard from the attack by Daenerys, who is riding Drogon , and is decimated.
Euron himself is barely able to escape alive, jumping off the Silence as it catches on fire, and reaches ashore where he finds Jaime Lannister trying to sneak into the Red Keep.
He challenges Jaime to a duel and gravely wounds him, but is stabbed in the abdomen during the fight. Before dying of blood loss, he congratulates Jaime on killing another king and gloats that it was him who took out the Kingslayer.
However, Euron's pleasure in killing Jaime is unfounded, since he is later crushed by debris within the Red Keep before he can succumb to his wounds.
Euron is a wildly unpredictable and cruel man even among the ironborn , and is widely regarded as the most feared pirate alive, who has become the terror of the world's oceans from Oldtown to the Jade Sea.
Even many of the other ironborn greatly fear Euron, and consider him to be half-insane - not in the sense of being impulsive, but in that he seems almost delusional, with an utterly fearless, warped personality.
Unlike other psychotic characters of the series, Euron is not prone to outbursts of anger or impulsive violence; everything he does seems to be for some sort of calculated purpose, though others might not be able to perceive it - such as calmly ripping out the tongues of his entire crew for no other reason than "I needed silence".
Euron possesses an unnerving coyness to him, tranquil and detached in the face of danger and mildly playful but never indulgent in idle whims.
When walking along the rope-bridges of Pyke during a massive storm, while Balon struggled not to fall over, Euron calmly stood his ground without bothering to hold on to anything.
Euron also isn't particularly arrogant, in the sense that he doesn't have a sense of entitlement - he just does what he feels like, and is self-assured in his own power and abilities.
In contrast, Joffrey Baratheon was an arrogant, petty fool prone to random outbursts of anger, obsessed with the title of king he believed he inherited, even though he was little more than a puppet backed up by his grandfather Tywin.
Joffrey never actually wielded a weapon, however, usually making a cowardly retreat when confronted with real danger.
Ramsay Bolton was sadistic and personally dangerous, capable of great violence and torment against people he had already captured, but he didn't have any true authority to back it up, and an impulsive, childish need to brutalize people for transient amusement i.
Ramsay only knew random force and was in no way skilled at diplomacy, alienating potential allies. Euron Greyjoy, meanwhile, isn't impulsive but capable of cunning long-term strategies, and unlike both of them, is actually capable of being extremely charming when the situation arises.
Euron needed to win over the ironborn to elect him king willingly, playing to their admiration for strength and audacity, while making grandiose promises.
In many ways, Euron is the feared ruler that Joffrey and Ramsay wished they could be: genuinely dangerous and cunning, with a well-earned reputation, the authority to back it up, and a gift for long-term manipulation.
Euron's true personality, however, is in some ways difficult to pin down - he is such a master manipulator that he tailors each performance, as it were, to fit his current audience.
When he wins over the ironborn at the Kingsmoot, he shifts to a more low-brow register, playing to their love of battle and crass sex jokes.
When he appears before Queen Cersei, however, he shifts to a different act of a swaggering and dangerous but very witty and charming persona.
His private confrontation with his brother Balon may have been one of the few times he dropped the mask and the man underneath appeared: dark and threatening, making a few bitter quips, but with an unnerving sense of tranquility while making blasphemous claims about his own power, likening himself to a god, and to the storm itself.
Euron is a terrifying and relentless warrior in personal combat if the need arises, laughing while shrugging off minor stab wounds.
He is a master combatant, individually killing two of the Sand Snakes and capturing his niece; all of whom were deadly warriors in their own right.
Euron's fighting style was just as savage and unpredictable as he was, and he used anything even his opponents' weapons, as he did to kill the Sand Snakes at his disposal.
Euron also roared madly when he struck down Obara, lifting her high off the ground with the broken halves of her own spear, showing that he revelled completely in the thick of battle.
He was capable of being intensely sadistic, laughing triumphantly when Theon Greyjoy fled from him after Euron defeated Yara.
Euron also confessed that he was hugely impressed, if not awed, by Jaime Lannister's swordsmanship during the Greyjoy Rebellion, even though Jaime had been cutting down Euron's own kin and was Euron's own enemy at the time.
Despite being such a great warrior, he was willing to admit that he was afraid when he encountered a wight for the first time.
Additionally, Euron is a master sailor, admiral, and a genius in naval combat. His talent in naval warfare led to much of Cersei's early advantages in her war: destroying the rival Greyjoy fleet, crushing the Dornish forces and blockading the Unsullied in Casterly Rock.
With his powerful navy and brilliance, Euron may well be the greatest naval power in the world. Euron also has no qualms with other social taboos such as kinslaying , openly killing his own brother to seize the throne and bragging about that in public, and flippantly announcing he will murder his niece and nephew.
In that aspect, Euron proves to be worse than Ramsay: Ramsay has also killed his kin, but even he wouldn't admit that in public.
Euron, like Ramsay, is pure evil. Euron is utterly psychopathic, and incredibly sadistic. He has no problem slaying his own kin, or torturing his own men.
However, unlike Ramsay, Euron is highly intelligent, feared by even his own men, and capable of playing the long game to get what he wants.
Euron may be one of the, if not the most evil person in Westeros. In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Euron widely known as "Crow's Eye" is a wildly unpredictable and cruel man, known for his delight in playing vicious mind games and waging psychological war on those around him.
He is hated by all his brothers, particularly Victarion Greyjoy. Euron is not a POV character in the novels.
Euron is captain of the ship Silence , crewed entirely by mutes - to keep the crew from revealing any of his secrets, Euron personally ripped the tongues out of each of their mouths.
Unlike many ironborn including Balon , Euron is a cunning strategist, skilled at both politics and military tactics. It was Euron who came up with the battle plan for the surprise raid on Lannisport during the Greyjoy Rebellion , which burned Tywin Lannister 's entire fleet at anchor before it could respond to the ironborn's declaration of independence.
Victarion commanded the actual assault itself, but followed Euron's plan. In the books, Euron is by no means the fearsome warrior as he is portrayed in the show; his conduct in the episode " Stormborn " is greatly based on Victarion's book character during a naval battle which occurs in " A Feast for Crows ".
Euron has never been married. He has several bastard children but does not have any regard for any of them, none were officially acknowledged, and none have been introduced as named characters in the narrative.
It is mentioned in passing that he brought three bastard sons to present to the Kingsmoot : only one is briefly described, a ten year old boy with woolly hair and mud-brown skin, apparently fathered on a woman from Sothoryos or the Summer Islands.
Euron bluntly says that he gives as much thought to the bastards he has produced as to the contents he produces in his chamber pot.
In the past, whenever Euron drank too much, he would enter the bed chamber which his brothers Aeron and Urrigon shared, and sexually molest one of them, at his choice.
As a result, Aeron suffers from occasional nightmares, even after many years passed, about a door with screeching rusty hinges, which he associates with Euron.
About three years before the Red Wedding about one year before the first novel , Euron raped and impregnated Victarion's third wife, which drove Victarion to beat her to death in an honor killing, so he would not be put to shame as a cuckold.
Euron flippantly claimed that it was not rape and he in fact seduced Victarion's wife willingly, but due to Euron's pervasive lying and mind games he may have just said this to mock his brother.
Victarion would have killed Euron too, but Balon forbade it, though only because he would not have the taboo of kinslaying in his own halls.
Balon still sympathized with Victarion and renounced Euron as his brother. As punishment, Balon exiled Euron from the Iron Islands, never to return, so he is not present when Theon returns to Pyke in the second novel.
Victarion still deeply hates Euron and wishes him dead. Euron's actions also made him very unpopular with the Drowned Men priests, who deride him as an "ungodly" man.
There aren't many things that the Drowned God religion won't stand for - given that it considers raiding and pillaging to be holy acts - but raping your own brother's wife is one of them even if just a salt wife.
Euron is also very flippant about the Drowned God and ironborn traditions in general, further earning him the ire of the priests. After being banished from the Iron Islands, Euron sailed his ship far to the east, raiding and plundering as an infamous pirate, and became the terror of the world's oceans.
He claims to have sailed to the far corners of the known world where other men fear to venture:. Euron is the eldest of Balon's three younger brothers - yet it is noted within the narrative that when he returns to the Iron Islands he appears almost unnaturally young.
Victarion is Euron's younger brother, but while Victarion is old enough that his hair is flecked with grey, Euron's is still as black as night.
Victarion's first thoughts upon seeing Euron again are: "He looks unchanged. He looks the same as he did the day he laughed at me and left.
Thus it might be a plot point even in the TV show that Euron's appearance hasn't changed - possibly due to the dark arts he learned in his voyages.
In A Feast for Crows , Euron makes a surprise return to the Iron Islands - the very next day after his older brother Balon's mysterious death.
It's not clear whether Euron actually killed Balon in the books - the timing is certainly suspicious, but later at the kingsmoot Euron never confesses like he does in the show, leaving open the possibility of another assassin.
As his arrival appears to coincide with Balon's fall from the bridge, Asha named Yara in the TV series openly accuses him of murdering her father, but it cannot be proven.
Euron is so brazen that he doesn't really care how suspicious it appeared to return immediately after his brother's death and then claim his throne, and dismisses Asha's accusations nonchalantly.
It is unclear whether other ironborn suspect Euron too: nearly everyone at the Iron Islands and Westeros in general, including Aeron and Victarion, simply accept Balon's death as a fact, and the cause of death does not matter to them.
Asha, who suspects Euron killed her father but cannot prove that, claims that Euron is not afraid to be seen as a kinslayer; if someone says that he is, he'd murder one of his own sons just to prove he is not.
Little does Asha know how much she is right, for Euron is a serial kinslayer as revealed in "The Forsaken" sample chapter of the sixth novel : he is responsible not only to Balon's death, but also to the deaths of two of his other brothers - Robin the lackwit and Harlon who suffered of Greyscale - both of them he killed by his own hands.
As for Balon, he admits " I could not do the deed myself, but it was my hand that pushed him off the bridge ".
Unlike in the show, he does not admit that in public. While the Kingsmoot in A Feast for Crows also ends in Euron's victory, it occurs under considerably different circumstances.
Lord Sawane Botley objects, claiming that Theon is the legal heir, and Euron drowns him. Aeron contests Euron's claim to the throne by calling a Kingsmoot.
Instead of a two-horse race between him and Yara, Euron has to contend with several other candidates including his estranged younger brother Victarion; who is older than Aeron.
Like the TV series, Euron is the last to present his candidacy and manages to woo the Ironborn by having one of his men, Cragorn, blow the Dragonbinder.
In the novel, his Kingsmoot speech does not mention Daenerys but instead refers to her dragons. Like the TV series, Aeron does not crown Euron with the driftwood crown, but in the books he later goes into hiding, planning to turn the smallfolk against Euron.
His other brother Victarion pledges his allegiance to Euron and becomes his second-in-command. Following the kingsmoot, Euron does not seek to kill Asha and Theon: Theon is still a prisoner at the Dreadfort, while Asha manages to quickly slip away.
In der folgenden Nacht hat er eine Erkenntnis: er ruft alle Eisenmänner nach Alt Wiek zu Naggas Hügel , um ein Königsthing abzuhalten - einen Ritus, der seit Tausenden von Jahren nicht mehr einberufen wurde.
Victarion Graufreud veranstaltet nach seiner Ankunft auf Alt Wiek am ersten Abend ein Gelage, um für Unterstützung beim anstehenden Königsthing zu werben.
Zunächst bringt er Aeron zum Schweigen, indem er behauptet, er sei viel frommer als er, weil er auf seinen Reisen unzählige Götter kennengelernt habe und er erkannt habe, dass kein Gott ihn aufhalten könne.
Dann streitet er mit Asha darüber, ob er für Balons Tod verantwortlich sei und Asha liefert sich ein Wortgefecht mit einigen seiner Männer.
Er schickt Euron hinaus, der ihn daran erinnert, dass er der ältere ist und vom Thing gewählt werden wird.
Nachdem auch Dunstan Drumm nicht gewählt wird, fordert Victarion seinen Anspruch auf den Meersteinstuhl ein.
Nach seiner Ansprache zu den Eisenmännern lässt er Truhen voller Gold und Edelsteinen unter ihnen verteilen, doch dann meldet sich Asha mit einem Pfiff zu Wort.
Sie erklärt den verdutzten Eisenmännern, dass auch sie Anspruch auf den Meersteinstuhl erhebe und dass sie ihnen im Gegensatz zu Victarion Frieden bringen werde, allerdings auch neues Land an der Steinigen Küste und am Seedrachenhorn.
Mit einer packenden Rede überzeugt Euron die Eisenmänner, ihm und seinem Plan zu folgen: er will mit Hilfe des Horns und dreier Drachen , die auf Essos geboren worden sein sollen, ganz Westeros erobern.
Aeron selbst krönt Euron mit der Treibholzkrone. Damit gewinnt er die Eisenmänner für seinen Plan, zunächst die Schildinseln anzugreifen.
Als Dank für seinen Gehorsam hatte Euron Victarion eine dunkelhäutige Frau überlassen, die er einem Sklavenhändler aus Lys abgenommen hatte.
Euron hatte ihm gesagt, er werde sie töten, wenn er sie verwehre und so war Victarion weich geworden. Während Euron auf Eichenschild bereits plündert und ein Fest feiert, bei dem er Lord Umfried Hewett und seine Gemahlin demütigt und sich dessen Bastardtochter Falia Blumen zur Geliebten macht, schickt er Victarion mit der Eisernen Flotte los, um die Flotte der einzelnen Inseln zu vernichten.
Dann weist Euron an, dass die Flotte am folgenden Tag mit Vorbereitungen für eine Überfahrt in die Sklavenbucht beginnen werde, um sich der Drachen zu bemächtigen.
Später lässt er Victarion zu sich kommen und bittet ihn, mit der Eisernen Flotte in die Sklavenbucht zu fahren, um Daenerys Targaryen für ihn zu holen, damit er sie heiraten kann.
Wenn er den Eisernen Thron erst einmal erobert habe, werde er Victarion zum König der Eiseninseln machen. Nach der Eroberung der Schildinseln gehen weiter Nachrichten in Königsmund ein, dass die Eisenmänner den Mander plündern, den Arbor angegriffen haben und sich sogar bis nach Altsass wagen.
Nach dem Königsthing gewinnt Euron Erik Eisenmachers Unterstützung, indem er ihm die Regierung über die Eiseninseln überlässt, während er in den Süden zieht und ihn mit Asha Graufreud vermählt.
Da diese allerdings bereits wieder in den Norden gesegelt ist, benutzt Euron ein Siegel für sie als Vertreter.
Euron schickt Maester Kerwin und drei Käfige Raben mit Victarion in die Sklavenbucht, damit dieser ihm Nachrichten schicken kann, doch Victarion verbietet es dem Maester, Euron zu berichten.
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