The only argument I really need to defend Sansa Stark. You know… besides the one where she thinks she’s all alone in the world and her whole family has been murdered and she’s fighting to not meet the same end.
reminder that she was 11 when all of this started in the books, too - being 14 in the show is older than she is in the books
sansa is one of the most politically astute barely-teens i have seen and she’s demonstrating the ability to learn and adapt in a way that will make her one of the most politically devastating women in westeros if she continues to survive
anyone who hates on the young child for behaving in a way that seems illogical to an uninvolved adult commenter with a much wider view of the situation the child is in can meet me in the parking lot tbh
"Oh, bleed that," the little man said. He pushed himself off the ledge into empty air. Jon gasped, then watched with awe as Tyrion Lannister spun around in a tight ball, landed lightly on his hands, then vaulted backwards onto his legs. - George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
Remember when Tyrion’s first introduction in the books was a sickass backflip?
my explanation for thor’s fabulous new look in tdw.
sometimes he makes sif call him khaleesi
it’s all tony’s fault
AU in which everyone in Westeros makes good life choices Part1/?
Gendry has Robert’s strength, Stannis’ stubbornness, Renly’s easy laugh. And though he doesn’t carry the name. He is a true Baratheon by blood.
J/B AU where Jaime Lannister finds himself fascinated with the unusually tall actress Brienne Tarth. When they by chance attend the same gallery opening he charms his way into her heart in record time.