Imagine being the last mermaid left in the Seven Kingdoms. Some people want to see you dead, some want to marry you because of your beauty and some try to use you for your magic. But in the end your legend still goes on…
AU MEME: Marrying Robb Stark and becoming Queen in the North. A month later, Robb and Catelyn travel to attend a wedding in the Riverlands. You stay behind due to falling ill, but come to find out a week later you get news of the death of your husband and your mother-in-law. At first you were devastated and felt like you couldn’t move on, but you knew Robb wouldn’t want you to sit sulk everyday. So, you being to take action finishing the war that had been started.
“Today I am not your Queen. Today I am King.”
A/N: Sorry to remind us all of the horrific death of Robb :((
AU MEME: Coming across Jon Snow in the woods. He’s intrigued by your armor, you begin to talk about your house. Your house is small on the outter part of Westeros, on the islands outside of House Tyrell. He questions your travels being so far, you mention the need for more land. Your house is much like the Starks (not as big, but growing) in the matter of being Just and trying to do the right thing. Jon invites you back to Winterfell for shelter and food. As you talk, he realizes that you to have something in common, both of you are bastards and made it a thing not to be ashamed of- And the two of you are insanely talented swordsmen.
“You’re a girl, how did you get into armor?”
“I’m a women. A bastard women, I had to learn to hold my own. How about you, Snow?”
In 16th century London, a young couple’s quiet farm life is interrupted, when the man, Aidan (Hiddleston), who happens to be the youngest son of the king, suddenly becomes the only living heir to the monarchy. He is asked by his mother to rule in his father’s place, which he agrees to, if only to please her. Aidan is forced to move back home and abandon his life with his fiancée, Rebecca (Dormer) - because for a king, marrying someone from a lower class is frowned upon. Soon, Aidan begins adjusting to his new role as king - but eventually he realizes, he is missing something no king should ever be without.