A song of ice and fire

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She could feel the hole inside her every morning when she woke. It wasn’t hunger, though sometimes there was that too. It was a hollow place, an emptiness where her heart had been, where her brothers had lived, and her parents. Her head hurt, too. Not as bad as it had at first, but still pretty bad. Arya was used to that, though, and at least the lump was going down. But the hole inside her stayed the same. The hole will never feel any better, she told herself when she went to sleep.

Welcome to the Small Council! How would you like your customer service? If you pick “Soft,” Petyr will treat you with polite aloofness. Pick “Mild” and enjoy Varys’ idle dismissal. “Medium” is Pycelle acting contemptuously indifferent towards you. “Small burn” will get you no less than three snide remarks from Tyrion. “Large Burn” will involve Cersei and her crushing satire of your dreary, ordinary existence. But “Western Spicy Barbecue” gets you three full minutes of abuse from Tywin! Feel free to mix and match to suit your palate.
—  Podrick Payne, A Storm of Swords
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|| She got her first look at the man she must kill later that morning as she wheeled her barrow through the cobbled streets that fronted on the Purple Harbor. He was an old man, well past fifty. He has lived too long, she tried to tell herself. Why should he have so many years when my father had so few?

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“Never forget what you are, the rest of the world will not.”

Game of Thrones/Avatar mashup! How would it look if GoT’s story happened in an ATLA/LoK universe? This is Tyrion Lannister, the Airbender. No, I’m not saying that the Lannisters would be Airbenders… but Tyrion? Why not?! Wise, averse to violence, and can bend his way out of tough situations? Tyrion would be a great Airbender. He’s not quitting drinking though, Airbender tradition be damned. I referred heavily to Avatar art books for style. 

P.S.

This is the last one in this series (for now), since I got all 4 main elements/nations. 

ladycyprus asked:

Hey Amp! I’m curious about the border detailing of Bubug’s latest Sandor portrait, specifically the golden creature feathered with arrows at the top, which is notably different from the three other ensnared and snarling hounds. Can you explain this imagery? Thanks!

Not from the collaborator’s mouth this time, but mine, as this is something we discussed at one point. The frame itself was kept simple and unadorned other than the obvious Celtic influence in the knots seen throughout the frame. It’s a reflection of Sandor himself and the weave is that of sharp steel, also a reflection of his usefulness to his master. That master is reflected in the golden creature who is, of course, a Lannister lion. More specifically, Tywin Lannister. And the arrows piercing the lion are the two crossbow bolts that took his life.

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