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A Look Back at Pedro Pascal's Best Oberyn Martell Moments

A Look Back at Pedro Pascal's Best Oberyn Martell Moments

  Are You an Avid Game of Thrones Watcher? Pedro Pascal as Oberyn Martell has provided some iconic moments throughout the show - so we thought we would take a look back! Here are a few highlights! In this article, we are featuring some of the most iconic fights and deaths scenes from HBO series Game of Thrones. Please be aware that some episodes contain mature content. 1. Oberyn Martell vs. The Mountain Pedro Pascal has made waves since first appearing as Oberyn Martell on HBO series Game of Thrones; from movies such as The Last of Us and Narcos. There's no question he boasts an impressive list of roles. Born in Chilean-Spain. Pedro Pascal's roles in both The Last of Us and Narcos earned him nominations for Emmy awards, showing off just how impressive an actor he truly is. If you need some motivation or advice on improving your own acting skills, here are a few highlights from Pedro Pascal's career that might serve as inspiration: Game of Thrones provided viewers with one of its most unforgettable moments during an iconic battle between Prince Oberyn Martell and Gregor Clegane, better known as The Mountain. Fans might recall it as one of the most gripping and brutal episodes ever featured on their favorite show. While this scene took place many seasons ago, it remains one of the most haunting in series history. What makes it especially distressing is how it ends. Oberyn went into his duel both with an eye towards revenge and self-preservation in mind. He poisoned his spear knowing that killing Gregor Clegane would be necessary to win this trial by combat. No matter the reasoning, Oberyn's act was devastating. Not only was it an obvious miscalculation, but it put his life at risk as well. Oberyn wanted revenge against those responsible but was too involved in his game to see that killing them may bring about his own demise. Even though Oberyn Martell's death in Game of Thrones may have been an epic failure, many viewers find his death one of the most memorable and heart-wrenching scenes ever witnessed onscreen. Watching as The Mountain crushed Oberyn Martell's eyes before crushing them further with his fist before collapsing has left its mark in pop culture for years to come. Therefore, it's vital that if this episode hasn't already been watched by you, don't do so immediately if possible - otherwise, you won't fully comprehend its emotional impact on all present in the room and its conclusion. Though I admire and revere Tyrion Lannister and The Mountain for their epic duel, other moments from this episode stood out for me as being truly heartbreaking. For instance, their initial fight was an unforgettable reminder that even seemingly winnable matches can turn tragic; culminating in one of Tyrion Lannister's death at his opponent's hands - something no other duel has managed. 2. Oberyn Martell vs. The Viper Pedro Pascal boasts an impressive filmography, but his most prominent role has come as Oberyn Martell (The Red Viper). Watching him appear in multiple Game of Thrones episodes makes it clear why people adore him so much. Over Season 4, we become familiar with Oberyn, as he becomes one of the key protagonists. Though a warrior, Oberyn also shows a great capacity for learning new things and developing his intellect. As part of Dorne army, he can learn from its soldiers and become adept in their tactics - ultimately becoming one of the greatest warriors across all Seven Kingdoms, capable of using poisons effectively to his advantage. Though best known for his expertise with poisons, he also proves to be an adept warrior and can win many battles - which makes him immensely popular with the people of Dorne and has amassed an abundance of friends and allies. He is an acrobatic warrior, which allows him to fight with agility. Indeed, he is among the world's finest martial artists, making him an effective adversary. When Tyrion Lannister requests his defense during his trial by combat, Gregor Clegane accepts because he seeks revenge against him after killing Elia and her children during the Sack of King's Landing. Although slightly smaller than The Mountain, he was an exceptional warrior and managed to outwit and overcome him easily. Oberyn's fight was intense as it was a duel to the death. Oberyn wanted to ensure that Mountain confessed what they had done but refused to exploit his weakness by killing him outright. After his sister was killed, Oberyn traveled to King's Landing to seek justice for her killing and assume her position as Minister for Dorne. Unfortunately for him, however, this wasn't successful and instead led him back into fighting his case until it eventually ended in defeat. As the season unfolds, Tyrion becomes increasingly invested in winning his war against House Lannister. As such, he takes up his brother's place on Dorne's small council of Dorne and travels to King's Landing to meet with Tyrion Lannister and Joffrey Baratheon. Oberyn Martell may be an experienced warrior and adept fighter, yet even he falls short against Jaime Lannister as an opponent - not to mention losing out in a fight because he simply lacks his kingsguard strength. Oberyn may not be as pivotal a character on Game of Thrones as some others; however, his role is essential to its plot. Without him, Tyrion may have died in season 4's opening episode, making the entire storyline different than it currently stands. 3. 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It's one of the most iconic scenes from Game of Thrones history - but as Pedro Pascal pointed out during an interview on Hot Ones there were other characters who deserved more in that duel than just them two. Jaime Lannister was one of Westeros' premier swordsmen before his maiming in Season 3. He proved his worth in numerous battles, dispatching some of Westeros' most notorious foes while wielding an immaculate Valyrian steel sword that bears striking similarities to that of Ramsay Bolton's own weaponry. After his maiming, however, Jaime lost his sword hand and had to relearn how to wield a weapon with great skill again. Furthermore, his fighting style had to shift from one that relied heavily on aggression toward more defensive methods; although still wielding an impressive sword he is no longer as powerful. The Mountain, on the other hand, is a skilled fighter specializing in intimidation and violence. While he can kill almost any guard, he does not possess the intimidating presence of Ramsay Bolton or Jon Snow. Ramsay can't match The Mountain's skill, and has no reason to fear him; that made him such a threat when confronting Jon Snow in Season 5. Even Jon's Ironborn Reavers couldn't withstand The Mountain's strength. Game of Thrones' iconic, bloody fight sequence provided Tyrion Lannister the perfect opponent to face off against The Mountain in Game of Thrones, marking one of Westeros's greatest showdowns and one that would ultimately decide Tyrion Lannister's fate for years. Luckily, The Mountain had some tricks up his sleeve that kept things interesting and helped him win the day. First and foremost was his unrivaled savagery; using whatever strength or speed he possessed to the fullest potential. Second, he was an effective fighter who could defeat Ramsay Bolton and Jon Snow fairly. Additionally, he could take considerable punishment, something which has always come naturally when confronted by formidable foes. He finally had the ability to shatter an immense quantity of armor. Though it took him some time to figure it out, he eventually achieved success in doing this. The Mountain was an intimidating character who could withstand immense amounts of punishment, as well as being one of Westeros' premier fighters. Yet he remained unsettlingly unpredictable and unpredictable at times, often making mistakes which left him beleaguered with anger and indecision.

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