Almost as long as fans are obsessed with HBO's Game of Thrones they've heard stories about the original and unkempt pilot in the series. From George R. R. Martin's cameo to Daenerys and Catelyn, played by various actors, the details of the show's original incarnation are intriguing. Especially because it is widespread that the episode is just bad. (Kit Harington once said that showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weis had jokingly threatened to use his pilot shots as extortion if necessary.)
Finally, we have some insight into how different the unkempt pilot was. The Huffington Post recently visited the Cushing Memorial Library of Texas A & M and got a box with a production design of the original Game of Thrones pilot. Luckily for us, they have described in detail some of the strange events. Here are some of the most surprising.
Catelyn Stark wanted Sansa to marry Joffrey Baratheon.
Right at the start of the pilot of the Game of Thrones Catelyn Stark became an instantly popular figure for her passionate devotion to her family and stood for what was right – even if it meant King Robert Not to tell Baratheon so that her husband Ned could stay in the north. In the unexplained episode, Catelyn Ned actually urged her daughter Sansa to be married to Joffrey Baratheon. The script is as follows:
Ned: "I refuse. I am a Nordmann. I belong here, not in the south in this rat's nest, which they call capital. "
Catelyn:" He would make our daughter queen. "
. 2 The White Walkers spoke.
Probably the strangest difference between the aired pilot and the unaired is that the White Walkers should speak in a kind of "ice language". The unaired pilot script opened similar to what was broadcast with Men of the Night Watch encounter the humanoid creatures. The script then reads:
"The crackling now comes from multiple sources. There is not the sound of reckless predators." This is a language, and whatever she speaks comes closer … Will closes his eyes against the ice voices below him, mumbling soft prayers. "
While many fans know that the White Walkers are actually talking in the books, the fans of the TV series wonder how these creatures sounded exactly. In an interview with The Huffington Post, by Game of Thrones the linguist David J. Peterson stated in 2017 that he wanted it to be similar to the books. That sounds like "cracking ice on a winter lake". "
. 3 Daenerys and Khal Drogo's original introduction was much more innocent.
Although the fans eventually made themselves warm with Khal Drogo when Game of Thrones continued, he was first introduced as Brutal, who imposed himself on Daenerys Targaryen. But in the unlicensed pilot her romance was actually much more innocent. The script reads
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Khal Drogo: "No?"
She takes his hand and moves it between her thighs.
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4. It was not clear that Cersei and Jaime were siblings.
The most shocking scenes were in the first episode of Game of Thrones It is likely that Bran Stark, on his ascent to the tower in Winterfell, accidentally sees his siblings Cersei and Jaime Lannister. To calm Cersei's nerves, Jaime Bran pushes out of the window without hesitation he paralyzes him for the rest of the series. In the disordered pilot, however, the brutal nature of the scene was compounded by the fact that Cersei was not a supportive party.
In the original episode the audience did not know Jaim and Cersei were already related and saw Jaime come to her forcibly. When Bran looked into the room, the script reads as follows:
The naked man grabs her by the hair, forcing her to rise to all fours. She gasps in pain.
Woman: "Stop …"
He does not stop. He holds a hand by the hair and presses himself on his knees. He grabs her hip with his free hand and pulls him close.
Woman (continued): (groaning) "Stop … stop … please …"
Her voice is low and she does not push him away; The harder he pulls the hair, the more she moans.
The original pilot may be considered unaired because of his poor quality and confusing storylines, but we would be willing to see it.