60 Game of Thrones Dragon Tattoo Ideas
In the digital social media age, no television show has resonated with as many people as Game of Thrones. GOT, as it’s commonly known, has resulted in amazing fan tattoos.
The following collection of 60 Game of Thrones Dragon tattoos showcase the variety in styles of ink these dragons have been created with by talented tattoo artists worldwide. There’s sure to be inspiration her for any GOT fan looking for quality body art options.
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The Dragons from Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones, the highly graphic TV series of medieval betrayal, political intrigue, monsters (both the human and freaky kind) and world building was must watch television for much of the decade.
The hit show was based on the Song of Ice and Fire series of books by Author George R.R Martin (which is still incomplete btw).
One of the key elements to the success of Game of Thrones was main character Daenerys Stormborn, who went from naïve girl and political pawn to become a fearsome superpower.
Daenerys was aided in conquest by three dragons she hatched from eggs early in the series.
The three dragons – called Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion – were a fire breathing, world wrecking and captivating part of the show.
There are many tattoos of the three of them together, in flight but when the dragons are depicted in tattoos solo (or with Daenerys) then it’s usually just the largest dragon Drogon – named after her husband – which is represented in ink.
Game of Thrones Dragon Tattoo FAQs
Daenarys’ dragons were born following the death of her husband Khal Drogo, as well as her brother Viserys, and her unborn child.
The three dragons are called Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion.
When the dragons are tattooed solo (or with Daenerys) then it’s usually just the largest dragon Drogon – named after her husband – which is represented in ink.
Drogon is the most powerful of the three beasts and was most often the one Daenerys rode when she took to the air. He had black scales.
Rhaegal was a slightly greener color, named for Daenerys’ unborn son Rhaegar (also the name of her eldest brother), while Viserion was colored white and blue and was the smallest of the three. Viserion was named after her brother Viserys, who died when Khal Drogo poured a pot of molten gold over his head.
The dragons from Game of Thrones are hugely popular in tattoo designs but are far from the only ones used. Many sigils from the different noble houses – such as the Starks (Direwolf), Lannisters (Lion), and Baratheons (Buck) – make killer ideas in ink.
There are also sayings from the books and films that have med their way into tattoos, such as “winter is coming.” Others choose to get tattoos featuring main characters, such as Daenerys herself, Jon Snow, or Tyrion Lannister, or for people who dig the bad guys the White Walkers make fine tattoo art.
Some Game of Thrones dragon tattoos are also etched along with the words “Dracarys.”
Dracarys is the high Valyrian word for Dragonfire.
The words are important in the plot of Game of Thrones (and the Song of Ice and Fire books the show is based on).
Dracarys is usually used by Daenerys as an instruction for the largest dragon Drogon to wreak havoc on their enemies with flame but is also uttered by Daenerys’ translator Missandei at a key moment of the final season.