• things I want:sansa completely fucking over everyone who's ever hurt her; sansa exacting her revenge on those who hurt her family; sansa playing the part of the little lady while secretly climbing the ladder to power under everyone's noses
  • things I don't want:sansa on the iron throne, even after she's suffered so much at king's landing; sansa having to pretend she wants to rule westeros when all she ever wanted was a quiet life with a gentle lord in a nice castle where no one tries to fucking kill her family

Am I the only one who is hoping for the scenario of Sansa not betraying or killing Petyr, but growing to actually love him. Also for Tyrion to be the giant that Sansa slays. I like Tyrion plenty as a character but he doesn’t deserve Sansa. He is a lot worse person in the books, not that Petyr is an angel but imagining Sansa being intimate with Tyrion grosses me out. It would be so awkward and tragic. Not to mention he loves whoring more than Littlefinger does and Petyr is only involved as a business perspective. The only reason Tyrion did not rape Sansa on their wedding night was to piss Tywin off, not to spare Sansa’s feelings. Call me shallow, but he basically is like Brian Peppers in the books. Do you want her to be with a gremlin? 

A lot of her plot is based on her agency and making her own choices, and while I think she admits he was kind to her she doesn’t owe him anything. I have a feeling Tyrion will come back to Westeros and think he ‘deserves’ Sansa back and try to assault her – and she kills him. That would be the best case scenario. Then she rules with North with Petyr at her side, either as her husband, hand or lover. If she doesn’t kill Tyrion, she should at least be granted a divorce from him. As I said, she owes Tyrion nothing and the idea of her ending up with him truncates her path towards agency and happiness. She deserves better, and Petyr is the best choice for her. 

anonymous asked:

What do you think of Sanrion?

I love their relationship dearly. The only trouble I have with the ship is the age. Did Sansa care for Tyrion? I believe so, yes, but I don’t think it was in a romantic way, though I don’t see her falling for him as impossible. On the other hand, Tyrion was clearly falling for her.

I want her, he realized. I want Winterfell, yes, but I want her as well, child or woman or whatever she is. I want to comfort her. I want to hear her laugh. I want her to come to me willingly, to bring me her joys and her sorrows and her lust.

What I love is that Sansa and Tyrion’s relationship isn’t based off of lust or love, but of mutual understanding. They help each other and show compassion for one another, and that is so important because neither of these characters are shown those things very often. They help each other and comfort each other in so many ways.

When Sansa turned, the little man was gazing up at her, his mouth tight, his face as red as her cloak. Suddenly she was ashamed of her stubbornness. She smoothed her skirts and knelt in front of him, so their heads were on the same level. “With this kiss I pledge my love, and take you for my lord and husband.”

His grin turned into something softer as he studied her face. “Is it grief for your lord father that makes you so sad?”
“My father was a traitor,” Sansa said at once. “And my brother and lady mother are traitors as well.” That reflex she had learned quickly. “I am loyal to my beloved Joffrey.”
“No doubt. As loyal as a deer surrounded by wolves.”
“Lions,” she whispered, without thinking. She glanced about nervously, but there was no one close enough to hear.Lannister reached out and took her hand, and gave it a squeeze. “I am only a little lion, child, and I vow, I shall not savage you.”

“I know I am not the sort of husband young girls dream of, Sansa,” he said softly, “but neither am I Joffrey.”
“No,” she said. “You were kind to me. I remember.”

He pushed himself to his feet. “Don’t lie, Sansa. I am malformed, scarred, and small, but…” she could see him groping “…abed, when the candles are blown out, I am made no worse than other men. In the dark, I am the Knight of Flowers.” He took a draught of wine. “I am generous. Loyal to those who are loyal to me. I’ve proven I’m no craven. And I am cleverer than most, surely wits count for something. I can even be kind. Kindness is not a habit with us Lannisters, I fear, but I know I have some somewhere. I could be… I could be good to you.”

So, to put it simply, I think Sansa and Tyrion could be very good for and with each other, if only Sansa were a bit older. But, they truly have changed each other for the good, and their dynamic will always be one of my favorites.

Just a Petyr/Sansa thought....

I always see people saying “so long as they don’t romantacize it”…I have several thoughts on this. Like who the fuck cares if we romantacize it??? It’s fiction. Dany and Khal were romanticized(my sun and stars, moon of my life…blah blah) and the age difference was the same and he practically raped her on their wedding night. Also….it’s fiction. Not real life. I don’t see people flip out over video gamers shooting people in games because you shouldn’t do that in real life!

To be honest it depends on my mood. Sometimes I romantacize it…sometimes I don’t. It’s ALL supposed to be for fun and entertainment. Which is the same reason GRRM writes this twisted shit. Get a grip people.