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It first appears in "[[Lord Snow]]" when [[Eddard Stark]] is summoned to the small council on arriving in King's Landing. The small council chamber adjoins the throneroom and is situated behind the throne.
 
It first appears in "[[Lord Snow]]" when [[Eddard Stark]] is summoned to the small council on arriving in King's Landing. The small council chamber adjoins the throneroom and is situated behind the throne.
   
King [[Joffrey Baratheon]] has the room redecorated to be more imposing after taking the throne.<ref>"[[The North Remembers]]"</ref> Joffrey restores the throneroom back to what it used to look like under the Targaryens, replacing the decorative vine motifs with metal spikes and roaring fires surrounding the pillars. The tapestries of hunting scenes are removed. He does not replace the skulls of dragons which used to be placed in descending order by size in the throne room <ref>"[[Garden of Bones]]"</ref>
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King [[Joffrey Baratheon]] has the room redecorated to be more imposing after taking the throne.<ref>"[[The North Remembers]]"</ref> Joffrey restores the throneroom back to what it used to look like under the Targaryens, replacing the decorative vine motifs with metal spikes and roaring fires surrounding the pillars. The tapestries of hunting scenes are removed. <ref>"[[Garden of Bones]]"</ref>
   
He does not replace the skulls of the dragons, which used to be placed in descending order by size. They decorated the room in the time of the Targaryen kings as told by Viserys to Doreah. <ref>"[[Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things]]"</ref>
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He does not replace the skulls of dragons which used to be placed in descending order by size in the room. This was in the time of the Targaryen kings as told by Viserys to Doreah. <ref>"[[Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things]]"</ref> the skulls are reveled to be in cellars under the Red Keep.
   
 
The Iron Throne room is where the court gathers to hear the decree of Eddard as Hand of the King pronounce that Ser Gregor Cleganehas been stripped of lands and titles, because of his raids of the Riverlands.
 
The Iron Throne room is where the court gathers to hear the decree of Eddard as Hand of the King pronounce that Ser Gregor Cleganehas been stripped of lands and titles, because of his raids of the Riverlands.

Revision as of 07:41, November 30, 2012

See also Iron Throne

The Iron Throne room is a location in the first and second seasons. It contains the Iron Throne, the ruling seat of the Seven Kingdoms. It is within the Red Keep of King's Landing.

It first appears in "Lord Snow" when Eddard Stark is summoned to the small council on arriving in King's Landing. The small council chamber adjoins the throneroom and is situated behind the throne.

King Joffrey Baratheon has the room redecorated to be more imposing after taking the throne.[1] Joffrey restores the throneroom back to what it used to look like under the Targaryens, replacing the decorative vine motifs with metal spikes and roaring fires surrounding the pillars. The tapestries of hunting scenes are removed. [2]

He does not replace the skulls of dragons which used to be placed in descending order by size in the room. This was in the time of the Targaryen kings as told by Viserys to Doreah. [3] the skulls are reveled to be in cellars under the Red Keep.

The Iron Throne room is where the court gathers to hear the decree of Eddard as Hand of the King pronounce that Ser Gregor Cleganehas been stripped of lands and titles, because of his raids of the Riverlands.

Gallery 1

Before Joffrey redecorated

Gallery 2

After Joffrey redecorated

References

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