mbm: game of thrones

Robb looking down at Jon

This is how the beginning of season 8 will start

How is Snow going to feel when he finds out that the woman he’s in love with, Daenerys Targaryen, is also his aunt? “I really hope that he just nods slowly and goes, ‘Damned right’,” he says, doing a mock-leer. “Something really horribly inappropriate, and you find out Jon’s had a really sick mind the whole time. That’s the way I’d love to play it. I’ll try it for one take, anyway.”
—  Kit Harington (x)

posters: margaery tyrell ♡ a song of ice and fire

The girl who shared the high seat with him was also of Highgarden: his young queen, Margaery, daughter to Lord Mace Tyrell…the girl no older than Robb, very pretty, with a doe’s soft eyes and a mane of curling brown hair that fell about her shoulders in lazy ringlets. Her smile was shy and sweet.

Conquerors and Liberators: A Jonsa Meta, Part I

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Part 1: The End of the Middle Ages

Part 2: The Battle of Bosworth is the Battle of the Bastards

The concept of self-determination is an important theme in Game of Thrones. Many of the main characters seek personal agency against oppression in their lives, and secondary characters as well as groups of characters within canon also symbolize that struggle.

In this meta series, I am going to talk about self-determination and what it means for the Game of Thrones and for the ending which will result in a Jon Snow and Sansa Stark marriage. This will be a long meta that discusses history and canon, so be prepared, and it will be posted over several days instead of my usual Monday schedule.

Originally posted by thegetty

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