LONGER THAN HER CHILDREN AT LEAST

Cersei is a complicated character. Well, nobody in GRRM’s world is simple, but our relationship with Cersei is more complicated than most. There’s some absolute revulsion combined with begrudging admiration. And occasional sympathy, which she undoubtedly would reject should she find out.

Celebrate Cersei with this Game of Thrones Long May She Reign 1,000-piece puzzle featuring imagery from the Beautiful Death Series. The Beautiful Death series is a series of illustrations by Robert M. Ball, depicting every episode of Game of Thrones, was commissioned by HBO. This vivid image shows Cersei’s body cradling the throne like a baby as she rises from the ashes of human skulls and Wildfire.

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