student with various interests by day, knight defending the world from injustice by night

30th September 2012

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22nd September 2012

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A man is excellent at disguises…

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21st September 2012

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20th September 2012

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tom-hiddleston-just:

ohmytheon:

camii23:

Game of Thrones impressions by Steve Love

I am literally weeping with laughter. I kept thinking, “This is the best one,” BUT THEN THE NEXT ONE WOULD COME UP. OH MY GAWD. For some reason, the tears started rolling during the Ser Davos one. He just goes so fast! FUCKING YES. ALL THE AWARDS.

CRYING OVER THIS

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20th September 2012

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Lord Thor of House Arryn, Lord of the Eyrie, Defender of the Vale, Warden of the East
Lord Tony of House Lannister, Lord of Casterly Rock, Shield of Lannisport, Warden of the West, Hand of the King
Lord Clint of House Martell, Prince of Dorne, and his wife Lady Natasha of Highgarden
King Bruce of House Baratheon, King of the Andals, the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Protector of the Realm
Lord Steve of House Tully, Lord Paramount of the Trident, Lord of Riverrun
King Loki of House Targaryen, King Across the Narrow Sea, the Unburnt, Father of Dragons, King of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Prince of Dragonstone

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1st September 2012

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The White Book Project that I think would be cool

So I think a good place to start would be with the book characters themselves. It’s probably good to practice the form a few times before taking requests.

So the general form is that top left there’s the family shied, and bottom right there’s the white shield of the Kingsguard. Between those are the knights name and deeds.

Here’s the white shield

Ser Barristan Selmy
His family shield

The actual text is in A Storm of Swords page 914-915. Easy enough

Ser Jaime Lannister
Family shield

His text is in same book, page 915-916 and 1009-1010.

Those are the two characters whose text are in the books, so might as well start with them.

Seriously, Photoshoppers/artists/interested folks contact me!! I’m totally willing to find shields from the wiki and write the text if you want to just put it all together. Pleeeeeease…

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31st August 2012

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haveievermentioned:

This is either the best or the worst class ever

haveievermentioned:

This is either the best or the worst class ever

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29th August 2012

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It was a dark and stormy knight...: Religions in ASOIAF →

cleganesgirl:

darkandstormyknight:

This series has a strange thing going on with religion. There are many, but the three main ones seem to the the Seven, the old gods, and the Lord of Light.

Their religious affiliation is an issue when it comes to loyalty and such, but they aren’t waging wars specifically over religion, it’s over…

I think the problem with the New Gods is that it’s a manmade religion where they worship a sort of elevated idea of people (The Maid, the Warrior, The Father etc.). People in general play a large role in this religion and to me, the religon as a whole has done nothing to prove it’s truth, so to say. Like I said, it’s completely fabricated by men. (Also, remember that a ‘crusades’ of sort had already happened with the arrival of the Andals and the introduction of their ‘new’ gods).

Anyway, my point was that the only religion that has shown itself to be true is the Old Gods. I think you’re underestimating the power of the Old Gods; their weirwood trees have their own particular gifts and I think the point GRRM was trying to make is that ‘God’ should be experienced through Nature rather than anything else (i.e. a Septon). I think their religion is simple and beautiful, and I like how all the power has been taken from people and given to nature, as seen in their wedding ceremonies where the trees play the role of a ‘priest’). 

But you’re right, it seems the Red God has brought people back from the dead, but then I think about Qyburn and how he brought a certain someone to life without the aid of the Red God which leads me to think it may have nothing to do with their religion and more to do with some kind of magic- or science, though I highly doubt the people of Westeros knew something we don’t. I don’t know.

If all else fails, let’s all just subscribe to the Many-Faced God. There’s a truth in death nobody can deny. Valar Morghulis.

Valar Dohaeris

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29th August 2012

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Religions in ASOIAF

This series has a strange thing going on with religion. There are many, but the three main ones seem to the the Seven, the old gods, and the Lord of Light.

Their religious affiliation is an issue when it comes to loyalty and such, but they aren’t waging wars specifically over religion, it’s over political power. They don’t seem to have Crusades or anything similar to that.

There are also people that seem to believe in a mix of religions, and there are those that switch around a lot. It doesn’t seem like people dislike those that switch, they are free to do so as they choose.

In short, their attitude towards religion is really nothing like what it is in real life.

As far as which religion is right in this universe, I think it may be the Lord of Light. He has the most proof to his faith and keeps bringing people back from the dead and everything. I think the old gods also play a part here too, because Jon says that Ghost “belongs to the old gods”. Maybe certain parts of the world are controlled by certain gods? Ancient creatures like the direwolves get the old gods, and the newer ones like people have the Lord of Light. But if I’m going to go with this idea, then the Seven could come in somewhere as well.

I haven’t read all the books yet, so this could be completely wrong, but it’s my opinion on this aspect so far.

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29th August 2012

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luciddelirium:

dying….this is so beyond great!!!
What the Game Of Thrones mottos SHOULD be lol

luciddelirium:

dying….this is so beyond great!!!

What the Game Of Thrones mottos SHOULD be lol

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