lannister-ing:

  • Tyrion casually chilling with Dany
  • Jaime in Dorne
  • Arianne not existing 

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Sudden and intense need to re-watch all the Harry Potter movies. I think I found what I’m doing over thanksgiving break.

The pups.

The pups.

“Good,” the prince said, “good.” He hesitated. “If … if certain things should come to pass, I will send word to each of you. Things can change quickly in the game of thrones.”

“I know you will not fail us, cousins.” Arianne went to each of them in turn, took their hands, kissed them lightly on the lips. “Obara, so fierce. Nymeria, my sister. Tyene, sweetling. I love you all. The sun of Dorne goes with you.”

Unbowed, unbent, unbroken,” the Sand Snakes said, together.

incompetentantagonist:

*shots fucking fired*

incompetentantagonist:

*shots fucking fired*

sansalayned:

The Lannisters were an old family, tracing their descent back to Lann the Clever, a trickster from the Age of Heroes who was no doubt as legendary as Bran the Builder, though far more beloved of singers and taletellers. In the songs, Lann was the fellow who winkled the Casterlys out of Casterly Rock with no weapon but his wits, and stole gold from the sun to brighten his curly hair.

Preasoiaf meme2 stories about the founding of a house [1/2] → Lann the Clever and House Lannister

"Laurel Castillo is a secret weapon in the making. A quiet, sensitive idealist who enrolled in law school to learn how to defend the less fortunate." (x)

Requested by the lovely goodoldmoon.

safe-behind-bars:

IM SHARING THIS FUCKING TWICE IN A ROW BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO FUCKING IDEA HOW PERFECT THIS IS.

safe-behind-bars:

IM SHARING THIS FUCKING TWICE IN A ROW BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO FUCKING IDEA HOW PERFECT THIS IS.

tsuki-nekota:

someone-actually:

ashwrites:

Head Bitch in Charge, right here.

omg

SNAP

tomhazeldine:

i have no idea what i’m doing with my life

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"The wind and I, we speak the same, but he don’t hear so well. You’re gonna have to curse him well you’re gonna have to yell.
The sky and I, we’ve had our fights and I’m coming down to rain. If the rain come round and it don’t come out, then I’ll never have to speak again…"
Laura Marling ‘The Captain and the Hourglass’  (via paper-moonlight)