Damn, Daenerys in Northern garb is going to be amazing. I'm looking forward to seeing what the talented people on the costume department of the show will do with Dany in the north. They did absolutely stunning work with her in the past season.
Absolutely beautiful!!! Is she standing beneath a weirwood tree for the wedding ceremony?
Exactly! I wish I had done it in white fur but I wanted to contrast the hair. Thank you for your compliment!
Dany-style furry Northern dress?
"There aren't a thousand blades. There aren't even twenty." - Legofinger
Lego has a strict policy against licensing themes that are backed with a mature rating. Unfortunately that limits a lot of great potential but that's just my opinion.
Fantastic. Could you put in something life-size just so we can see how big this is?
Don't have any other pictures to currently share but it's about a foot and a half wide, 3 feet deep, and nearly 2 feet high. Once I have finished putting all the finishing touches (vines on the pillars, correct coloring on the floor, etc) I will post an album of the whole thing.
The perfect sigil for Jon...A direwolf made of fire.
If your using both hands to hold it up, who's taking the photo? /sub/2spooky4me
Eh, a three-headed white direwolf would be better for that.
K: Big Bobby B
Queen Renly's got me dead
I Dig it. Changing the suits from heart, diamond, club and spade over to 4 different house signs would look pretty cool too.
Let me know when this can be purchased
That explains Tormund
Warning : Not even remotely to scale.
Explains Littlefinger's accent at last
Not sure how else he could have answered that. Well, actually, he could've had the interviewer clarify his question. It seems to me like a question without a point.
GRRM: What do you mean?
Dude: "Haha, I mean the women you write, they are so... well they're so well-rounded. Not one dimensional like "oh here we have the pretty one" and "oh look now this is the clever one"! They have their own hopes and fears, desires and prejudices. They just feel... how would you say-- hey! You're the writer, not me, haha!-- they feel like real people, I guess is what I mm trying to say. How is it that you do that?"
GRRM: looks at camera cleganefully
Women are usually poorly-written in many fantasy books, are they not?
"If cleganeful(ly) is not yet in in the OED, it should be", she said cleganefully.
To be honest, what a dumb question.
"Oh, that was a night to remember. Of course, I'd had a good bit to drink. Her fangs were sharp, but she knew how to use them. And she was nice and soft down below. No, she was no ordinary beast."
Doesn’t matter, had Snu Snu
GoT references are going to be around for the rest of our lives I feel like.
There can be little doubt of that. People are still walking around saying, "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn," and "Say hello to my little friend!"
Second one is Scarface.
Animals also don't recognize incest
[EVERYTHING] A hidden reason why Jon does not join the banquet at Winterfell in S1E1?
I randomly got thinking about the scenes in S1E1 "Winter is Coming" where the royal family visit Winterfell, and something occurred to me. Jon tells Benjen that he wasn't at the feast because Catelyn thought it would be an insult to the king and queen to seat a bastard in their midst.
Knowing how Catelyn feels about Jon, and how Cersei feels about bastards (hypocritically, I might add), this may well be true. But I wonder if it was partially because Ned did not want to risk having Robert see Jon and recognise him as the son of Lyanna Stark, whom we're led to believe Jon resembles. Cos, y'know, if that happens than seven hells break loose.
It's not exactly an earth-shattering theory I know, but I thought it was an interesting example of how recent revelations can alter your perceptions of what happened much earlier on.
Edit: As someone pointed out, this all pretty much falls down on the basis that Jon was presented to Robert along with the other Stark kids when the royal family arrived. I thought that he wasn't, which would support my theory. Still, that aside, I've heard worse theories...
King Robert to Mad Queen Cersie
" Do you want to know one horrible truth?"
" I can't even remember what she looked like."
Isn't Arya supposed to look like Lyanna? I don't think this theory holds much water since it's not unusual to look like your aunts or uncles.
I wouldn't say so that's necessarily it, Jon was already presented as Ned's son, so it could simply be a trait not expressed in Ned's genetic makeup. Besides, Robert knew Ned for decades and wouldn't think he's the type to lie to his best friend
When king Robert arrived at WF , he was presented before him behind Arya you can see.
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Happy birthday to a girl, Happy birthday to a girl, All men must dieeeee, Happy birthday to a girl [with no name].
Bet you do.
All men must serve.