Game Of Thrones: Season 2

Interrogating Gendry’s Master

Interrogating Gendry’s Master

To find out where Robert Baratheon’s bastard son Gendry is, the Gold cloaks torture Gendry’s master. The filming location with the stunning view is located in Dubrovnik, Croatia. To find the exact filming location read on or click on the map pointer in the image section above.

“Where is the bastard?”

Janos Slynt


Where did they film the “Interrogating Gendry’s Master” scene? 

After filming the first season on Malta the filmmakers had to choose another location for the blacksmith workshop where Gendry was the blacksmith’s apprentice. They found a stunning filming location in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The entrance to the Minčeta tower serves as the Blacksmith workshop with a breathtaking view over the old city of Dubrovnik.


Hint: Click the map pointer icon in the image area at the top for the exact map location.


The scene:

Interrogating Gendry’s Master

After King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) orders killing all King Robert’s (Mark Addy) bastard children, his Gold cloak soldiers search the city. They find Tobho Mott (Andrew Wilde) who was Gendrys (Joe Dempsie) blacksmith master in his smithy. To find out the bastards name and his whereabouts Janos Slynt’s (Dominic Carter) men torture Tobho Mott. He reveals to Slynt that the bastards name is Gendry and that he is headed north with the Nights Watch. He also told them that they will recognize Gendry by the bullhorn helmed he made by himself.

(Season 2, Episode 1: “The North Remembers”)


Other Scenes:

we included another short scene here although it is not directly connected with the scene “Interrogating Gendry’s Master”. It is the scene where Sliynt soldiers walk up the wall stairs passing women with her child. This scene is a part of the group of short scenes around the killing of King Robert’s bastard children. 

(Season 2, Episode 1: “The North Remembers”)


It is only 60 m (200 ft) away from the Minčeta tower on the north wall of Dubrovnik.

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