Next season on Game of Thrones, there will be even more characters for you to remember.

At their Comic Con panel on Friday, the show rolled out all of the new cast members for season five, including several Martells and Sands (bastards of Oberyn Martell) and the perfect selection of Jonathan Pryce (Brazil) for the role of the High Sparrow, King's Landing's only do-gooder.

Here's the full list of new characters:

Alexander Siddig as Doran Martell: Doran Martell is (was?) Oberyn's brother and the ruling lord of Dorne — the one who refused to attend King Joffrey's wedding. Doran joining the cast means season five will be dealing heavily with the fallout of Oberyn's head-smushing.

Toby Sebastian as Trystane Martell: Trystane is Doran's son and the heir to Dorne. He's the one to whom Tyrion Lannister betrothed Cersei's daughter, Myrcella. Speaking of...

Nell Tiger Free as Myrcella Baratheon: First of all, great name, Nell Tiger Free. Secondly, Myrcella is going to be a major chess piece in season five, as her relation to the Lannisters and betrothal to the Martells puts her smack dab in the middle of the conflict. Lastly, Nell is taking over for Aimee Richardson, who played Myrcella in the earlier seasons.

DeObia Oparei as Areo Hotah: Areo is the long-standing captain of Doran Martell's palace guard. Put simply: He will murder someone gruesomely next season.

Enzo Cilenti as Yezza: A new addition to things in Meereen, Yezza comes into Daenerys' periphery as a former wealthy slave trader.

Jessica Henwick as Nymeria ("Nym") Sand:  Nym is the second eldest bastard daughter of the late Oberyn Martell. She has sisters...

Keisha Castle-Hughes as Obara Sand (pictured above): Obara is the eldest bastard daughter, a fierce warrior who probably has vengeance on the mind. Hopefully she's learned from her father and knows not to showboat until a kill is confirmed.

Jonathan Pryce as the High Sparrow: Like we said, he's a pious man who spends his time giving back to the less fortunate in King's Landing. His holy lifestyle has earned him a considerable amount of followers, who have flooded the royal city to help the poor and expose corruption.

So, what say you of these Game of Thrones castings? 

 

[via Variety]