He used to muss my hair and call me "little sister".
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running up that hill by kate bush / game of thrones script 6x09 / sansa stark by plasticlamb / jane eyre by charlotte brontë / couple in an embrace / moments after the wars are over by gingerdsnapped / deep in winter by richard von drasche-wartinberg / this woman’s work by kate bush / flash by frank brunner / wuthering heights by emily brontë
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Daenerys Targaryen Appreciation Month: Day 27 Mythological Parallels
Selene & Endymion: The Moon Goddess and the Hunter
“He told me the moon was an egg, Khaleesi,” the Lysene girl said. “Once there were two moons in the sky, but one wandered too close to the sun and cracked from the heat. A thousand thousand dragons poured forth, and drank the fire of the sun. That is why dragons breathe flame. One day the other moon will kiss the sun too, and then it will crack and the dragons will return.” —Daenerys III AGOT
The white wolf raced through a black wood, beneath a pale cliff as tall as the sky. The moon ran with him, slipping through a tangle of bare branches overhead, across the starry sky. —Jon I ADWD
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Daenerys Targaryen Appreciation Month 2021
Day 26 - Hope and Kindness:
Arya, Jon and Tyrion unwittingly hoping for Daenerys's presence
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Littlefinger: I love Sansa li–
Jon: *chokes him*
Dead Brandon and Ned Stark behind them: "THAT'S MY NEPHEW!! GO NEPHEW!! CHOKE HIM!!"
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31 Days of Jonsa 2021
Day 26: Co-workers
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all my tears by ane brun
got storyboard art by will simpson / winter on the fiord by edvard munch / snow by christian skredsvig / asoiaf calendar art by arantza sestayo
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Inktober Day 26: Connect
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If Jon ever became King of the North in the books, because Sansa decided that she’d rather just begin that book club, wouldn’t he have to be legitimized first? I don’t know what the process would be, since there is no existing monarch in the North now (and if Jon’s going to be king, that means that they’re not acknowledging Stannis as their king), but Jon would definitely have to become Jon Stark, right? The lords wouldn’t accept the Royal House of Snow.
Again, no hard and fast rules. Acclamation might work to fix this problem - a general agreement to just kind of ignore the bastard thing, go on, your grace, we all know you're the son of Ned Stark, we're sure your honoured late father would be thrilled if you used the surname...
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Jonerys // The King and the Servant Girl AU
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You know how Jonsas get accused of stealing foreshadowing?
I can’t articulate myself after the long day I’ve had, but I’m talking about the Val and Ghost “belong together” scene. Val’s blonde hair turning “dark honey” = reddish brown = auburn. Val’s grey eyes turning blue. Val beside a wolf (not a dog) and Jon wondering about the last time he’d seen something so lovely.
What do they think this means? Really… Val’s eyes would be lovelier to Jon if they were blue? Val’s hair would be lovelier if it were more reddish brown (instead of blonde or silver)? Val is lovelier beside his wolf? She basically shapeshifted into someone else for an instant. That wasn’t blonde grey-eyed attractive Val. That was a stand-in for someone different and more people should consider that.
I remember a really good post that also pointed out the physical similarities between Val and Sansa, but they deactivated. High cheekbones, thick hair, tall, fair, and not lacking in the breast department… Hmm George what are you hinting at?!
I feel like this is the right time to just share this lovely ask. :)
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Levi and Hange‘s conversation in the forest and its relation to Jon Snow and Ygritte
**I perceive Hange as a woman, so I will use she/her pronouns here.
I remember that in an interview Hajime Isayama once said that he used to be a great fans of the game of thrones. And today as I was looking at Levihan‘s conversation in the woods, the last word of Ygritte in the GOT suddenly came to me.
And just like them, Levi and Hange had a chance to run away and hide. But they didn‘t do it. In the end, Ygritte died, and so did Hange.
Does this analysis makes any sense to you? It‘s just an inspiration. I just feel that Isayama was trying to allude to them somehow. Both of the women proposed to stay in a place and hide there forever, and both of them died in the end.
It is just another proof that levihan is really an official couple.
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had a thought
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Me watching the House of the Dragon teaser trailer
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may we meet again🖤
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Jaime: Why is Jon mad at man who mentions San—
Jon: DON'T YOU DARE FINISH THAT SENTENCE KINGSLAYER!
*after finding out that Jon is Targaryen*
Jaime: That explains why.
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31 Days of Jonsa 2021
Day 25: Trying something new
In the new year, Jon and Sansa promised to try something new and they didn’t think of anything better than taking up each other’s profession, so Sansa tried to draw, and Jon tried to bake a pie.
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Grrm read the Janos beheading chapter before ADWD was released in a convention and it was meant to be hanging when someone pointed out to him that beheading would be better and after that Grrm had Janos beheaded by Jon . There is no Jonsa to it 🤣 . Grrm changed it because someone suggested him and not because he thought he was referring to that wish of your bland fave .
My guy... they're just books. Go touch some grass. Honestly, why are you in my inbox if you're so certain of your own interpretation? It's great that you're obviously a big fan of the books, like many of us are here, but come on now. Messages like this... they're just childish and if anything, I find them bemusing, rather than whatever you intended.
But for the record, the fact remains that the call and response of Sansa wishing someone would punish/kill Janos Slynt in AGOT and then Jon enacting that wish in ADWD is there in the text regardless of method. He didn't add in Slynt's death at Jon's hand in response to feedback, that was already planned. However, that Jon does kill him via beheading only serves to strengthen the connection between Sansa's wish and Jon's fulfillment of it. It also strengthens the idea of Jon's own heroism, the way he without even realising behaves as though he were a hero from a song, which regardless of who you ship can only be a positive way to view that character, no?
You can ignore that all you want, doesn't matter to me because that's your interpretation... and you know, shockingly, literature does tend to produce different interpretations! That's the joy of it 💗
But it's interesting that you read it as having nothing to do with Sansa, because if I held the same opinion I'd have to view that as GRRM being unaware of his own text and what's previously occurred in it. I like to give him a bit more credit than that. I also think it's fair to say he's a very intentional writer, e.g. he'll write things that'll then have significance later on down the road. So, it's pretty counterintuitive to me what you're suggesting, that it means nothing, just from a narrative standpoint, excluding my thoughts on the characters. But that's just me and my read on things. At the end of the day, we'll just have to wait and see what it all means in the end!
I know it's kind of part of the whole fandom deal that people send anti messages and, I don't know, I guess it's satisfying/fun for you? But as one adult to (presumably) another... whatcha doing? 😅
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Stark Children ~ A Song of Ice & Fire
(kind of a redraw of my old Stark Family fanart, but without Cat & Ned....)
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