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whoistorule:

One of the greatest parallels in The Lion and the Rose is that between what Sansa and Theon are made to endure.  Of course Theon’s torment is more physical than Sansa’s for numerous reasons (first and foremost being that Theon himself is guilty of great crimes and is tortured by a man even crueler than Joffrey and with more of the means to cruelty at his fingertips/fewer social mores to protect his victims) but there’s a clear line drawn between the two.

In Theon’s scenes, he’s tortured by Ramsay physically and psychologically and made to endure this torment and the news of sorrow and the loss of the one man he’s ever respected and loved without faltering.  But the thing about Theon’s tale is that it’s supposed to tell us that no matter how horrifying and horrible you have been, you never deserve what Ramsay has done to him, ever.  No one deserves to be dehumanized and tortured the way that Theon is.

And Sansa endures great tragedy and torture and constant threat to her mind and her person with a grace and elegance no one else could ever dream of.  But what’s more is she endures it and manages to maintain the quality that is most essential to her - her kindness.  Even after years of being psychologically destroyed and sold off to a monster who’s family murdered hers, of being forced to smile as the death of her mother and brother and father are bandied about as jokes, and profess her loyalty to the man who had them all done in, that she can still find it within herself to be kind is what makes her so spectacular.

Theon spent all of season 2 telling you why he deserved better from this life, but Sansa never did.  The truth is she doesn’t whine and she doesn’t tell you how hard her life was because it wasn’t.  She was a beloved fairytale princess until she wasn’t.  She thought she would marry a King until the day she started praying that she wouldn’t.  All she wants is to go home.

And at the end of the day, that’s what Theon wants as well.  They both want to go back to Winterfell.  They both want to return to the life that they always dreamed themselves beyond.  And that’s what makes their parallel stories so powerful.

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angelarizza:

I love how this one came out! I gave Robb a slightly more dignified depiction of his death. I can’t believe the season is over and I have to wait another year! It’s gonna be tough.

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incesterlycock:

I’m rewatching Game of Thrones with my sister. She’s nine years older than I, has been married and divorced once already, and is an insane fantasy buff. Though we’re extremely different now, I do give her credit as being one of my biggest influences throughout my teens. She…

Game of Thrones S03: My Understanding so Far

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whyhbowhy:

In case you wanted to know what it’s like to /actually/ read ASOIAF….

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eliamartell:

I’ve been thinking some thoughts about the Martells and how they and Dorne are viewed by the rest of the Seven Kingdoms. We know that the Dorne has retained nearly all its customs since they joined the Seven Kingdoms (through marriage and peace, not conquered like the rest) - these customs include…

Using Needle it’s like I almost feel a lot more powerful, you know, because it’s a sword and it’s quite a manly thing to have. It changes the way I look at scenes and that I’m a lot different to other girls.

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itzami:

Awesome artwork for Song of Ice and Fire.. 

Wow!  This is amazing ♥

(art not mine - credit to the artist)

To pretty NOT to re-blog…

Wow, really beautiful work.

Wow… this came up when I was surfing on my phone. Didmt know when it would stop!

rebloging because of dalan

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Life Ruiners In No Particular Order - The Silver Foxes of Game of Thrones (Smokin’)

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wildling-rose:

Is this the scene where Littlefinger finds her on the Serpentine steps and tells her she looks more like a woman now - hips, teats, etc? That was his line right….?

No, it’s totally the scene where he’s tells her “a mockingbird can smell a lie.”
Man, that’s such a great line!

No way, man. It’s when he says


she’s looking at the ground so i think “Still can’t bear to look, eh?”

croclock:

corseque:

professional-widow:

wildling-rose:

Is this the scene where Littlefinger finds her on the Serpentine steps and tells her she looks more like a woman now - hips, teats, etc? That was his line right….?

No, it’s totally the scene where he’s tells her “a mockingbird can smell a lie.”

Man, that’s such a great line!

No way, man. It’s when he says

she’s looking at the ground so i think “Still can’t bear to look, eh?

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ianbrooks:

Game of Thrones for Kids by Haley Hao

If R.R. Martin was about 60 years younger and had not yet developed a penchant for sex, violence, and horrible weddings, he may have created this series of fun children’s book-style illustrations. Barring time travel and/or unethical cloning experiments, Haley Hao is here instead with cute and dawwwzy mascots for all the major Houses of Westoros. The Greyjoys may be colossal cockbags but look at that adorbzy octopus he’s got a knife and he wants to cut you!

Artist: DeviantArt (via: Geeks and Gamers)