fancast asoiaf


A Song of Ice and Fire + The War of the Roses



day 4: one event / period → the dance of the dragons

The Dance of the Dragons was a civil war during Targaryen rule of the Seven Kingdoms. A war of succession between Aegon II and his half-sister Rhaenyra over their father Viserys I’s throne, the war was fought from 129 AC to 131 AC. It saw the deaths of both rival monarchs, and the crowning of Rhaenyra’s son, Aegon III. // vildan atasever as rhaenyra targaryen, metin akdülger as aegon ii


Asoiaf meme (minor characters): (5/9) scenes ⟶ Catelyn, Maege and Dacey talking about the women of Bear Island

Dacey Mormont looked up at the sky. “I would sooner have water raining down on me than arrows.”

Catelyn smiled despite herself. “You are braver than I am, I fear. Are all your Bear Island women such warriors?”

“She-bears, aye,” said Lady Maege. “We have needed to be. In olden days the ironmen would come raiding in their longboats, or wildlings from the Frozen Shore. The men would be off fishing, like as not. The wives they left behind had to defend themselves and their children, or else be carried off.”

“There’s a carving on our gate,” said Dacey. “A woman in a bearskin, with a child in one arm suckling at her breast. In the other hand she holds a battleaxe. She’s no proper lady, that one, but I always loved her.” ― Catelyn V, A Storm of Swords.


Brandon was never shy about taking what he wanted. I am old now, a dried-up thing, too long a widow, but I still remember the look of my maiden’s blood on his cock the night he claimed me. I think Brandon liked the sight as well. A bloody sword is a beautiful thing, yes. It hurt, but it was a sweet pain. ― The Turncloak, A Dance with Dragons.

For @ryanranalds


The list is long, and many are the legends, for there is scarce a noble house in all the Reach that does not boast of descent from one of Garth Greenhand’s countless children. Even the heroes of other lands and kingdoms are sometimes numbered amongst the offspring of the Greenhand.

Garth Greenhand’s daughters
(requested by @historicrealmeity)



day 3: one king → viserys ii

Viserys II had within him the capacity to be a new Conciliator, for no king had ever been shrewder or more capable. Tragically, a sudden illness carried him away in 172 AC. // marc warren as viserys ii


All of Prince Oberyn’s daughters have his viper eyes. The color does not matter.

the older sand snakes + taking after their father

ASoIaF Fancast: Valery Kovtun as Rhaegar Targaryen 


Betha Blackwood was a member of House Blackwood who became queen consort to King Aegon V Targaryen. Betha was known as Black Betha because of her dark eyes and hair. She was a spirited woman also considered stubborn or willful. While Betha and Aegon had married for love, Betha assisted in arranging politically advantageous betrothals for their children. The youths resisted Betha’s and Aegon’s plans, however, and the children instead married for love as their parents had done.

Fancasting Meme | 6 Historical Figures (4/6)
Janet Montgomery as Betha Blackwood

The crannogman saw a maid with laughing purple eyes dance with a white sword, a red snake, and the lord of griffins, and lastly with the quiet wolf… but only after the wild wolf spoke to her on behalf of a brother too shy to leave his bench. ― Bran II, A Storm of Swords.

Pelin Karahan as Ashara Dayne for ladyflorence1215 :)

Robert's Rebellion fancast

Henry Cavil as Robert Baratheon

Michał Żebrowski as Rhaegar Targaryen

or Lee Pace as Rhaegar Targaryen

or Dylan Fosket as Rhaegar Targaryen

Chris Hemsworth as Eddard Stark

Adelaide Kane as Lyanna Stark

or Hailee Steinfeld as Lyanna Stark

Sonam Kapoor as Elia Martell 

or  Sibylla Deen as Elia Martell

or Freida Pinto as Elia Martell

Sara Arjun as Rhaenys Targaryen

Jason Isaacs as Aerys II Targaryen

or Bernard Hill as Aerys II Targaryen

Annica Bejhed as Rhaella Targaryen

or Charlize Theron as Rhaella Targaryen

Santiago Cabrera as Arthur Dayne

Merve Bolugar as Ashara Dayne

Ranveer Singh as young Oberyn Martell

Ghassan Massoud as Doran Martell

Mahesh Jadu as Lewyn Martell

Tom Austen as Young Tywin Lannister

or Philip Winchester as Tywin Lannister

 Ed Speleers as Young Jamie Lannister

Celina Sinden as Young Cersei Lannister

Conan Stevens as Gregor Clegane

Fintan McKeown as Amory Lorch

Viggo Mortensen as Rickard Stark

Peter Mooney as Brandon Stark

Sam Claflin as Benjen Stark

Aneurin Barnard as Howland Reed

Garrett Hedlund as Stannis Baratheon

Luke Evans as Davos Seaworth

Asa Butterfield as Renly Baratheon

Patrick Stewart as Jon Arryn

or Liam Neeson as Jon Arryn

David O’Hara as Hoster Tully

Tom Hiddleston as Brynden Tully

Eleanor Tomlinson as Catelyn Tully

Isolda Dychauk as Lysa Tully

Eddie Redmayne as Edmure Tully


Rohanne Webber was married at ten years old to her father’s squire. He was slain during the Battle of the Redgrass Field in 196 AC, fighting for House Targaryen. Addam also died during the battle, fighting for House Blackfyre, causing Rohanne to develop a grudge against his father. Rohanne’s second husband was old, and died of a chill. Her third husband, Ser Simon Staunton, choked to death on a chicken bone. Her last husband, Ser Rolland Uffering died of the Great Spring Sickness. Before his death, Lord Wyman Webber attempted to marry her to Ser Lucas Longinch, but she refused him. Rohanne later married Lord Gerold Lannister and had four sons with him, twins Tywald and Tion, Tytos, and Jason Lannister. She was the grandmother of Tywin, Kevan, Gerion, Tygett and Genna Lannister. Lady Rohanne disappeared under mysterious circumstances in 230 AC.

Fancasting Meme | 6 Historical Figures (5/6)
Amy Manson as Rohanne Webber


the tyrell brothers

*peter mooney as willas, ben lamb as garlan, luke treadaway as loras