Disney Princesses as Game of Thrones characters by DjeDjehuti.

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critter-of-habit:

Queen Margaery - breaker of awkward moments.

Arya Stark and the "Bad Fan"

boiledleather:

notomys:

boiledleather:

New Yorker tv critic Emily Nussbaum coined the term “bad fan” to refer to viewers who watch shows about morally compromised people primarily to revel in those moral compromises, and who subsequently attack those characters and critics who…

hanged corpses and the riverlands burning.

she’s coming.

(Source: rhllors)

If a Disney princess had night terrors, the story of Sansa Stark might be what woke her up screaming. Often overlooked in favor of her killer kid sister, the elder Stark sibling has had all her illusions about the world, and her safety in it, shattered. But her quiet, innate political shrewdness and emotional strength have enabled her to survive in a royal court that likely would have cost every other member of her family their heads. She’s the show’s best-kept secret.

kronoskingofthemonkeypeople:

Reality AU where GRR Martin does a Beyoncé and drops The Winds of Winter out of nowhere.

For corinnestark and veronica-of-arryn.

likeadarkparadise asked: but maisie is saying that arya is turning "evil" and "villanious". thats NOT true at all. arya kills in order to survive, and she has a very strong code of justice. ultimately it is justice that arya wants NOT vengeance. and even when people in her list are killed she feels no sense of relief. when she finds out about joffrey's death, she isn't relieved or happy. she still feels extremely empty because robb is ALSO dead. ugh i'm not looking forward to people calling arya a sociopath

waverlyrowan:

boiledleather:

I guess what I’d say to this, and it sounds harsher than it’s meant to be, is that you’re doing an awful lot of work building up a moral code by which it’s okay for a child to murder people. If George R.R. Martin intends us to look at Arya’s actions and go “wow, she’s got a very strong code of justice, there’s nothing sociopathic about her behavior at all,” I’ll barbecue A Dance with Dragons and eat it. Basically, Maisie Williams is quite correct to argue that killing people is evil.






 







"Thousands of enemies. Thousands of wildlings.” 
Thousands of people, Jon thought. Men, women, children. Anger rose inside him, but when he spoke his voice was quiet and cold. “Are you so blind, or is it that you do not wish to see? What do you think will happen when all these enemies are dead?” 
Above the door the raven muttered, “Dead, dead, dead.” 
“Let me tell you what will happen,” Jon said. “The dead will rise again, in their hundreds and their thousands. They will rise as wights, with black hands and pale blue eyes, and they will come for us.”
 ↳ A Dance with Dragons / A Song of Ice and Fire

"Thousands of enemies. Thousands of wildlings.”

Thousands of people, Jon thought. Men, women, children. Anger rose inside him, but when he spoke his voice was quiet and cold. “Are you so blind, or is it that you do not wish to see? What do you think will happen when all these enemies are dead?”

Above the door the raven muttered, “Dead, dead, dead.”

“Let me tell you what will happen,” Jon said. “The dead will rise again, in their hundreds and their thousands. They will rise as wights, with black hands and pale blue eyes, and they will come for us.”

A Dance with Dragons / A Song of Ice and Fire

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But it did no good to brood on lost battles and roads not taken. (Kevan Lannister, ADWD)

(Source: queencersei)

If Westeros had a picture book to teach preschoolers the house sigils and words, Eric Carle would write and illustrate it. Inspired by Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

(Source: khaleesa)