There’s a tree of events that start back in 2007 when I got hired for The Force Unleashed. I started creating this character called Starkiller for that video game series. And that caused Dave Filoni to hire me for a character called The Son in these three episodes in the third season [of Star Wars: The Clone Wars]. […] I guess he liked what I did. He said ’there might be something down the road for you’. And that lead to Darth Maul. - Sam Witwer on how he got his various roles in the Star Wars franchise


30 DAYS OF KBRITCHIE » day 21 | favourite minor characters

I’ve watched Lo become sober.
I’ve watched Lily curb a relentless addiction. (I’m proud of you, sis.)
I’ve watched Rose blaze her own trail and put fire to stereotypes.
I’ve watched Connor fall in love. With more than just himself.
I’ve watched Ryke Meadows unclip his shackles and rise again.
And me. I’ve discovered who I am.


“You are in the Falcon Tower, Ser Harrold,” Alayne put in. Far away from Sweetrobin. That was intentional, she knew. Petyr Baelish did not leave such things to chance. “If it please you, I will show you to your chambers myself.” This time her eyes met Harry’s. She smiled just for him, and said a silent prayer to the Maiden. Please, he doesn’t need to love me, just make him like me, just a little, that would be enough for now.

Thengel was born in the year 2905 of the Third Age. He was the son of King Fengel.

Thengel fought a great deal with his father, so much that he left Rohan to live with his mother’s family in Gondor. - - [I]n 2943 he wedded Morwen of Lossarnach in Gondor, though she was seventeen years younger. She bore him three children in Gondor, of whom Théoden, the second, was his only son. When Fengel died the Rohirrim recalled him, and he returned unwillingly. But he proved a good and wise king… - - Morwen bore him two more daughters in Rohan; and the last, Théodwyn, was the fairest, though she came late (2963), the child of his age.

During Thengel’s reign, a northern ranger calling himself Thorongil came to his service and rode with him for some years.

Thengel ruled until his death in 2980 and was succeeded by his son Théoden as king.