The saddest girl in Westeros. Chapter 2“Ser Alliser, I know we’re men of the Night’s Watch, not babysitters, but since our Lord Commander Snow gave us the order, there’s nothing we can do. Our Lady needs us and we’ll stay here to fulfill this mission.” Pyp sighed dramatically.The saddest girl in Westeros. Chapter 2 by Madara-Nycteris
“I agree, my Lord. We are honored to be chosen by Princess Shireen herself to be her personal guards until King Stannis and his men return from Winterfell. We will take care of her as long as her father can’t, Ser” Grenn added, with his best military voice. The princess was in the yard, standing next to the boys; she looked at the old ranger with a sweet smile. Ser Alliser just rolled his eyes and walked away. He knew those fools better than Stannis Baratheon, and he just expected them not to do too many stupidities.
Pyp and Grenn stayed there, motionless and deadly serious, looking how the personal guard of the King crossed the main door and marched. Lady Selyse told to b
Game Of Thrones Season 6 Jon Snow PosterCame across this online:Game Of Thrones Season 6 Jon Snow Poster by godofwarlover
It seems Jon Snow will be back, but I'm still worried. For one, this could be a trap, and it will be a way of trolling people. Also, there is that theory most of us fans believe in which is the theory that Jon Snow is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. I mean there was so many references to it in the books, but at the same time I have this feeling Martin might be a douchebag troll (like Mike and Bryan) with it. I mean, I admit that I sort of ship Jon and Arya due to Martin saying that he originally meant to have them as a couple, and the fact that there's hints about their relationship such as them thinking about each other in the series (which is more developed than that piece of shit couple Korrasami was) and that Entertainment Weekly photo of Maisie Williams and Kit Harrington
BURNED - Chapter IBURNED - Chapter IBURNED - Chapter I by CerseiDM
- "To your left!"
Jorah turned on his heels, bringing his sword up to protect his face and torso, just in time to stop an small axe made of rusted steel. The two weapons clanged against one another, but the young Mormont barely noticed the sound. The fighting was going on all around them, the armored men and women of Bear Island against the ragged but well-armed wildlings who had invaded their lands and raided their farms. There were shoutings and the sounds of metal against metal, and the wailings of wounded people too. It was surprising how Jorah was able to ignore all those sounds when he was fighting, and still never missed that one familiar voice when it was calling him. A voice that had saved him many times.
The wildling who had almost cut his head into two with his axe had an angry and desperate look on his face, as if he held Jorah responsible for all his miseries. He would have had compassion for him, but the man and his companions had attac
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