Game Of Thrones Premiere: The Bad Guy Banners

Game Of Thrones Premiere: The Bad Guy Banners

So we all root for the good guys, it's in our blood to be a Ned Stark super-fan, a Daenerys lover. I guess I just didn't get that kind of Game of Thrones blood. Honestly, my hope is that the White Walkers take over and rule the world. But that might be because I'm just ... cold. (Get it?) But let's start off with the Lannisters. The King Slayer, the 'imp', the psycho mother. I'm a huge fan of Cersei Lannister. Every season she gets worse and worse, and you can't even imagine that that could ever happen. But if you're caught up, it absolutely gets worse. And that's why I love her. No one else wants her to succeed, and I'm not sure if I want her to either - but she does know what she's doing. I mean her planning skills must be crazy. Give her props for that? Also - her power hunger? I mean, I'm impressed. Also, they do have the best colors. Gold and red come on! Without getting to specific into color theory - let's just say luxury + blood = Lannister.

Lannister Banner

game of thrones premiere gold lannister banner

Supplies for Lannister Banner:

gold and red paper lannister emblem with big L and lion

Basically in a few steps:

  1. Download our awesome templates and cut cut cut
  2. Cut some baker's twine (leave a lot of slack just in case)
  3. Glue or tape the front to the back panel
  4. Set up the letters backwards (this got me a little bit confused but just take your time with it!) and lay the twine out
  5. Tape
  6. Hang!
red paper shield emblems taped to black and white string Here you can see that you start the first letter of the name to the right instead of left. When you flip it over, it will be the right way. Also, this took us a few times to figure out so don't worry. I almost put walk-RES instead of walkERS. I know, and I'm an English Major. Now, we had a discussion at lunch today about how crazy I am that I want the White Walkers to be the 'winners'. I think because it would be so ironic - they aren't looking for the throne and they aren't even playing that game. They're looking for a takeover, and a scary one at that. But their eyes? You can't hate their eyes. Sorry getting weird...

White Walkers Banner

game of thrones premiere white walkers banner with blue eyes

Supplies for White Walkers Banner:

white walkers banner with blue eyes I used an edge distresser that made the edges look worn out and I didn't want to put a back on their banner because they are way better than that. Kidding. But not. If you're a good guy, well I feel bad for you. But my baby girl blogger did the good guy banners! Go check it out! game of thrones houses banners stark, lannister, white walker, targaryren Here are our amazing, can't wait for Game of Thrones Season 6 Premiere banners! Pick your favorite (whether good or bad - cough White Walkers FTW) and hang it up before the big night! Sunday 9PM HBO! [media-downloader media_id="24780" texts="Lannister Letters LA"]  |   [media-downloader media_id="24781" texts="Lannister Letters NN"]   |   [media-downloader media_id="24779" texts="Lannister Letters IS"]   |   [media-downloader media_id="24783" texts="Lannister Letters TE"]   |   [media-downloader media_id="24783" texts="Lannister Letter R and Lion"] [media-downloader media_id="24789" texts="White Walker Letters WH"]   |   [media-downloader media_id="24786" texts="White Walker Letters IT"]   |   [media-downloader media_id="24785" texts="White Walker Lettes EW"]   |   [media-downloader media_id="24791" texts="White Walker Letters AL"]   |   [media-downloader media_id="24787" texts="White Walker Letters ER"]

Game of Thrones Premiere: The Bad Guy Banners

As the highly anticipated Game of Thrones premiere approaches, fans are buzzing with excitement and speculation about what the final season has in store. One of the most talked-about topics is the appearance of the "bad guy" banners, which have been a recurring theme throughout the series. These ominous symbols have been associated with some of the show's most formidable and ruthless characters, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the storyline. With the premiere just around the corner, the presence of these banners has sparked intense debate and theories among fans, making it a hot topic of discussion in the lead-up to the big day.

What Are the Bad Guy Banners?

The bad guy banners in Game of Thrones are iconic symbols that represent the powerful and often villainous houses in the series. These banners are prominently displayed during key moments in the show, serving as a visual reminder of the looming threat posed by these formidable adversaries. Each banner is intricately designed to reflect the unique characteristics and ethos of the house it represents, adding depth and complexity to the narrative. As the premiere approaches, fans are eagerly anticipating the reappearance of these chilling emblems and the impact they will have on the unfolding storyline.

The Benefits of the Bad Guy Banners

One of the key benefits of the bad guy banners in Game of Thrones is their ability to create a sense of foreboding and tension within the narrative. These symbols serve as a visual cue for viewers, signaling the presence of powerful and often malevolent forces that pose a threat to the protagonists. By incorporating these banners into the storyline, the show effectively builds suspense and anticipation, keeping audiences on the edge of their seats as they await the next twist in the plot. Additionally, the banners add a layer of visual richness to the series, contributing to the immersive and captivating world of Game of Thrones.

Use Cases for the Bad Guy Banners

The bad guy banners in Game of Thrones are strategically deployed throughout the series to heighten dramatic tension and underscore the power dynamics at play. These symbols are often featured in pivotal moments, such as battles, confrontations, and key character interactions, where they serve to reinforce the looming threat posed by the houses they represent. By leveraging the visual impact of these banners, the show effectively communicates the high stakes and intense rivalries that drive the narrative, adding depth and complexity to the storytelling.

Alternatives to the Bad Guy Banners

While the bad guy banners are a distinctive and integral part of the Game of Thrones universe, there are alternative visual cues and symbols that serve similar narrative functions in other storytelling contexts. For example, in fantasy literature and film, ominous sigils, crests, or emblems are often used to represent powerful and antagonistic factions, adding depth and intrigue to the narrative. These alternative symbols play a comparable role in conveying the looming threat and formidable presence of the antagonistic forces, enriching the storytelling experience for audiences.

Tips for Using the Bad Guy Banners

For fans of Game of Thrones, paying close attention to the appearance and significance of the bad guy banners can provide valuable insights into the unfolding storyline and the motivations of the characters. By analyzing the context and placement of these symbols, viewers can glean clues about the power dynamics, alliances, and conflicts that drive the plot. Additionally, engaging in discussions and theories about the meaning and implications of the banners can enhance the viewing experience and deepen appreciation for the intricate world-building and storytelling prowess of the series.

Exploring the Bad Guy Banners: A Fan's Perspective

For devoted fans of Game of Thrones, the bad guy banners are a source of fascination and speculation, offering tantalizing hints about the unfolding narrative and the fates of beloved characters. As the premiere approaches, the reappearance of these iconic symbols has ignited fervent discussions and theories among fans, adding an extra layer of excitement and anticipation to the viewing experience. By delving into the symbolism and significance of the bad guy banners, enthusiasts can enrich their understanding of the series and immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of intrigue and drama that defines Game of Thrones.


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