- Which house are you from? Baratheon
- Which of the 5 kings (Robb, Renly, Joffrey, Balon, Stannis) do you fight for? Renly
- Favorite Character? Arya Stark
- Favorite Book? A Storm of Swords
- Favorite Sigil and Words? Sigil: House Targaryen; Words: Unbowed. Unbent. Unbroken.
- North, South or across the Narrow Sea? The South
- Who do you think will sit on the Iron Throne in the end? I have no idea or even a theory
- Shaggydog, Grey Wind, Summer, Lady, Nymeria or Ghost? Nymeria
- Would you join the Nights Watch? No
- Most hated character? Melissandre
- Khaleesi or Queen? Queen
- Dragons or Direwolves? Direwolves
- Which god(s) do you pray to? The many-faced god
- Then finish with your favourite line from the series: ”Fear cuts deeper than swords”
you know who’s an underappreciated character? Satin from ASoIaF. This is a Satin appreciation post.
ASOIAF challenge Day 30 - your headcanon
No one recognized Arya when she returned to Westeros. And how should they, many years had gone by and most people thought she was dead. Even if they did remember the girl they once called Arya Stark, the faceless men had thought her to change her face. Not even Sansa had seen anyone else than the servant girl she claimed to be. But there was one person who saw right through her disguise. The smith uttered one word.
ASOIAF challenge Day 29 - which king (or queen) you’d bend the knee to: Renly Baratheon
ASOIAF challenge Day 26: lines you wish hadn’t been cut from the show
When she got to the part where she threw Joffrey’s sword into the middle of the Trident, Renly Baratheon began to laugh. The king bristled.
“Ser Barristan, escort my brother from the hall before he chokes.”
Lord Renly stifled his laughter.
“My brother is too kind. I can find the door myself.” He bowed to Joffrey. “Perchance later you’ll tell me how a nine-year-old girl the size of a wet rat managed to disarm you with a broom handle and throw your sword in the river.”
As the door swung shut behind him, Ned heard him say, “Lion’s Tooth,” and guffaw once more.
ASOIAF challenge Day 23: funniest moment
“And you will never guess what they have named the little bastard, brother.”“They wanted to name him Tywin, I recall.”“Yes, but I forbade it. I told Falyse that I would not have our father’s noble name bestowed upon the ill-gotten spawn of some pig boy and a feeble-witted sow.”“Lady Stokeworth insists the child’s name was not her doing,” Grand Maester Pycelle put in. Perspiration dotted his wrinkled forehead. “Lollys’s husband made the choice, she writes. This man Bronn, he … it would seem that he …”
“Tyrion,” ventured Jaime. “He named the child Tyrion.”
George r. r. Martin - A Feast for Crows
ASOIAF challenge Day 22: most accurately portrayed character on the show - The whole cast is just flawless