09 . 06 . 2012
Anonymous ASKED
The final scene with the walk of the White Walkers, was that in the book? where were they going? To the Wall? I know Sam is in future books so that is why I am wondering. It seems highly unlikely that that leader guy would just leave him be. I suppose I was just a little confused by that last scene but then again everyone else might be too.

…kinda…sorta…not really.  They were heading for The Fist of The First Men and I’m as confused as you as to why Nose left Sam alone.  Maybe he had no use for a Sam wight *shrug* at the moment.

08 . 06 . 2012
Anonymous ASKED
With Cersei making sure Joffrey kept his vow to marry Sansa until Margery came up was that to keep Sansa loyal but with the offer of an alliance she just ditched that effort and figures she'll keep her a captor now? I was a little confused by that since Cersei was the one to adamentely keep Joffrey betrothed to Sansa that was just like 'her family is filled with traitors, move along.'

Exactly what happened…you answered your own question XD

1 year ago

“You have a tender heart. Just like your mother did at your age. I can see so much of her in you […] For her sake, I’ll help get you home.
“King’s Landing is my home now.”

“You have a tender heart. Just like your mother did at your age. I can see so much of her in you […] For her sake, I’ll help get you home.

“King’s Landing is my home now.”

1 year ago
who will put you back together again?
who will put you back together again?

1 year ago
I am a Stark, yes, I can be brave.” 

1 year ago

“Valar Morghulis.”

“Valar Morghulis.”

1 year ago
mountainlaurel:

JAQEN HOW DID YOU DO THAT
TEACH ME YOUR WAYS

mountainlaurel:

JAQEN HOW DID YOU DO THAT

TEACH ME YOUR WAYS

(Source: theubikstore)

1 year ago

Cat: ‘You gave him your word. Treat your oath recklessly and your people would do the same. If your father lived this life for one thing…’ 
Robb: ‘My father is dead. And the only parent I have left has no right to call anyone reckless’.

Cat:You gave him your word. Treat your oath recklessly and your people would do the same. If your father lived this life for one thing…

Robb:My father is dead. And the only parent I have left has no right to call anyone reckless’.

1 year ago

“I’m supposed to marry Prince Joffrey. I love him!”

1 year ago
Anonymous ASKED
I don't mean to sound rude, but how have they thrown Catelyn under the bus? Aside from making freeing Jamie slightly less emotionally charged of a decision, and giving the Renly treaty idea to Robb, I haven't noticed much difference between show and book in regards to her storyline. Making Robb mad at her doesn't change fans oppinions on her, in my oppinion. Those who disliked her for freeing Jamie still will, and those who liked her for it still do.

It’s a fair question, Anon.  I think it’s changes you mention in addition to an ongoing series of smaller changes…Cat is shut out of the few council meetings we’ve seen with Robb, she’s no longer a voice for peace and a democratic approach, her decisions are more overtly orchestrated by others, she is given no moment to argue her stance beyond for the girls in Episode 8, to name a few*…little cracks and blurs and writing -and in writing only- that, if comparing book!Cat to show!Cat, sometimes appear to come from a place of judgement of the character rather than a place of understanding, while promoting Robb to brilliant tactician, infallible hero.  Does that make sense?

Robb being mad at her and looking down from his moral high-ground only to do something arguably more reckless doesn’t change my opinion of Cat.  It does change my opinion of Robb. 

*I have less of a problem than others with her expressing her desire to return to Winterfell and to Bran and Rickon because I think the audience needs those voiced/emotional queues…but I would have also loved for Fairley to have been given the opportunity to dig into Cat’s monologue about all of the children after hearing of Bran and Rickon’s deaths…maybe we’ll get it next season.

1 year ago
I think its what we call a "George Lucas love story". They fall in love becasue it says so in the script.

If you only knew how many times I’ve seen Robb and Talisa compared to Anakin and Padme *gag* in various places around the internetz.

1 year ago
Anonymous ASKED
I actually think that it's obvious that Robb married her also because he wanted to protect her honor. He would never treat her like a whore even if she isn't an highborn Westeros girl and he would never risk to father a bastard. He followed his heart and his honor.

That is obvious, yes.  He also followed his honor (and heart) to where it suited him.

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