The king is dead! Long live the king!
"The light was so dim that Jaime could scarcely see her, though they stood a scant few feet apart. ‘In this light she could almost be a beauty’, he thought. ‘In this light she could almost be a knight’."—A Storm of Swords (for diet-ragles)
Operation Protect the Lannister and Baratheon Babies 2k14
- Shireen Baratheon, the one true Baratheon heir, adorable and lonely and at the end of the world with a mad clown and a bunch of religious fanatics [also a ticking greyscale timebomb]
- Myrcella Baratheon, the heir to the Lannister-held Iron Throne by Dornish custom and queen of cyvasse [used in ploys by other people, to the detriment of her ears]
- Tommen Baratheon, the First of His Name and holder of the Iron Throne, King of Kittens and Slayer of Beets [probably going to have to die]
[why, George, WHY]
Natalie Dormer | shot by Louis Christopher for S Moda, April 2014.
I look forward to see everyone’s joy crumble when they realize that Joffrey was really just a small crumb in the asshole cake that is Westeros.
the show has made an effort to “toughen up” Brienne and make her more into the expected stereotypical badass, and these reviews buy into the idea that thatis the way a good female character should be. She’s “not like other girls,” and anything that seems too girly only diminishes her.
And it’s nonsense. It’s sexist, offensive nonsense, paraded as some kind of powerful feminist statement. And it really needs to stop.
Found this gem in a Norwegian inflight magazine. Thought I’d share.