23 . 08 . 2012
starksons:

9/100
07 . 08 . 2012
game of thrones meme | six locations (1/6)
“He remembered their godswood; the tall sentinels armored in their grey-green needles, the great oaks, the hawthorn and ash and soldier pines, and at the center the heart tree standing like some pale giant frozen in time. He could almost smell the place, earthy and brooding, the smell of centuries, and he remembered how dark the wood had been even by day. That wood was Winterfell. It was the north. I never felt so out of place as I did when I walked there, so much an unwelcome intruder. He wondered if the Greyjoys would feel it too. The castle might well be theirs, but never that godswood. Not in a year, or ten, or fifty.”

30 . 07 . 2012

sansatullying:

game of thrones meme - four deaths (4/4): Maester Luwin

“No more than I want to leave you. I pulled you into the world. Both of you. I’ve seen both your faces almost every day since and for that I consider myself very, very lucky. Go now with Hodor, go on. I’ll be right here.”

29 . 07 . 2012

game of thrones meme: six locations [2/6] → the godswood

20 . 05 . 2012

ASoIaF Challenge | 01. Favorite location | Godswood in Winterfell

The gods of Winterfell kept a different sort of wood. It was a dark, primal place, three acres of old forest untouched for ten thousand years as the gloomy castle rose around it. It smelled of moist earth and decay. No redwoods grew here. This was a wood of stubborn sentinel trees armored in grey-green needles, of mighty oaks, of ironwoods as old as the realm itself. Here thick black trunks crowded close together while twisted branches wove a dense canopy overhead and misshappen roots wrestled beneath the soil. This was a place of deep silence and brooding shadows, and the gods who lived here had no names.

25 . 04 . 2012
prayinginthegodswood:

thirty days of asoiaf  | day one : favourite location
W I N T E R F E L L ’ S  G O D S W O O D
At the center of the grove an ancient weirwood brooded over a small pool where the waters were black and cold. “The heart tree,” Ned called it. The weirwood’s bark was white as bone, its leaves dark red, like a thousand bloodstained hands. A face had been carved in the trunk of the great tree, its features long and melancholy, the deep-cut eyes red with dried sap and strangely watchful. They were old, those eyes; older than Winterfell itself. It was said that the children of the forest had carved the faces in the trees during the dawn centuries before the coming of the First Men across the narrow sea.
In the south the last weirwoods had been cut down or burned out a thousand years ago; up here it was different. Here every castle had its godswood, and every godswood had its heart tree, and every heart tree its face.

prayinginthegodswood:

thirty days of asoiaf  | day one : favourite location

W I N T E R F E L L ’ S  G O D S W O O D

At the center of the grove an ancient weirwood brooded over a small pool where the waters were black and cold. “The heart tree,” Ned called it. The weirwood’s bark was white as bone, its leaves dark red, like a thousand bloodstained hands. A face had been carved in the trunk of the great tree, its features long and melancholy, the deep-cut eyes red with dried sap and strangely watchful. They were old, those eyes; older than Winterfell itself. It was said that the children of the forest had carved the faces in the trees during the dawn centuries before the coming of the First Men across the narrow sea.

In the south the last weirwoods had been cut down or burned out a thousand years ago; up here it was different. Here every castle had its godswood, and every godswood had its heart tree, and every heart tree its face.

12 . 04 . 2012

ASOIAF challenge — Faith you’d worship
→  The Old Gods

11 . 03 . 2012

Who do you think sends the wind, but the Gods? They see you, they hear you.

07 . 02 . 2012
Sometimes I think you need a big ol graphic that says "STARK COUNTRY!" or "Reserved parking for direwolves only. All others will be crushed and given to the Old Gods." :)

YES!! XD

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