Sexiest characters in Game Of Thrones – WARNING! THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
With a cast in the hundreds, it’s hardly surprising that Game of Thrones has one of the largest densities of gorgeous, powerful women.
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In the World of Ice and Fire, looks come hand-in-hand with politics; soldiers follow beauty, nobles support the strong, and at the top of the food chain there’s always a sexy woman calling the shots.
Creator George R.R. Martin, and show runners D.B. Weiss and David Beinhoff, may get all the credit, but what about the casting department? I’d like to offer my own personal thanks. They’ve been responsible for discovering and presenting us with some of the most stunning unknown beauties in television. If it weren’t for them, the show may not have attracted the legions of adoring fans that have caused it to become a worldwide phenomenon.
With every passing season we are bombarded with new female characters, which makes the hotly debated issue of, “Who is the sexiest character?” much harder to answer. While it was impossible to include everybody, here are the 11 most attractive female characters in Game of Thrones.
English actress Roxanne Mckee, appeared in the first two seasons of Game of Thrones playing one of Daenerys Targaryen’s handmaidens. As a former bed slave, she was an expert in the art of lovemaking, which made her a favorite with Viserys — the self-proclaimed king of the Seven Kingdoms. Her skills in the brothels eventually landed her a role as Dany’s personal tutor after the Khaleesi expressed a desire to pleasure her husband, Khal Drogo. Unfortunately, her pretty face also landed her in the bed of the traitor Xao Xhoan Doxos, which resulted in an awful death: being locked away in the dark vaults of Quarth to starve.
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