She could find Nymeria in the wild woods below the Trident, and together they’d return to Winterfell, or run to Jon on the Wall.
asoiaf challenge day 13: most powerful lines
The words gave her a chill, as they always did. The Stark words. Every noble house had its words. Family mottoes, touchstones, prayers of sorts, they boasted of honor and glory, promised loyalty and truth, swore faith and courage. All but the Starks. Winter is coming, said the Stark words. Not for the first time, she reflected on what a strange people these northerners were.
history meme. nine kings/queens: mary tudor.
She was a king’s daughter, she was a king’s sister, she was a king’s wife. She was a queen, and by the same title a king also.
you said there was only one person in the world who could surprise you. turns out there’s two.
“I think you just have to appreciate who you are and hopefully they can see what a superhero is about.”
the-front-row: Sasha Pivovarova sketching backstage
Why does Helena react the way she does when she learns Sarah has a daughter?
Further to Tatiana’s brilliant suggestion that Helena be motivated more by love than hate, her evolving relationship with Sarah has become a gut-wrenching tap dance with her own development, versus the lives she might have had, had her own life been anything like the others’. We imagined that, following the treat of a lunch with Sarah – and the opportunity to confront an abomination like Olivier in the last episode, Helena’s reaction to learning the clone she felt closest to was capable of producing such pure innocence would absolutely rock her (and her beliefs) to the core. A child makes Sarah a mother; a child makes Helena confront her morality at its essence. For naturally created life is all she is really championing. And here it is, staring her in the face… full of all the love she’s probably never known. (X)
BEER IS PEOPLE
Inspired by the Miss Rheingold posters of the 1950s. [x]