I’m re-reading the 4th book, there’s a lot of cool characters in it. Why does nobody draw Battlewinner or Vengeance more?
for these designs, I tried to make the dragons who lived on the volcano
more sickly looking, with bags under their eyes, chapped skin around
their mouths and dried blood around the nostrils, as described in the
Battlewinner has an icy aura around her, and if this was
in color her throat would be more blue then the rest of her body since
that was where the ice affected her the most.
I like how
Fatespeaker’s design turned out. I used to not really have interest in
her but after re-reading the book again, I like her a lot. Maybe I’ll do
a fullbody of her someday and draw her cute.
The real question here is: will Katie ever get a proper scanner. The answer is probably not :< im sorry
I don’t know what to think about the Farley is pissy about Ptolemus spoiler. I like the idea that she might kill him. But I don’t support vengeance. It’s uneasy to think that Mare has avoided the fact of the not-killing promise for so long. I fear that the revalation might cleave their newfound friendship apart and I would hate that so much. Neither Ptolemus nor vengeance are worth that. It would sound ike Farley blames Mare for him being alive while a) Farley had no reason to think him dead during the last 8 months because he was probably on the telly and b) Mare had zero chances to kill him during King’s Cage. And I’m afraid that Farley trying to kill Ptolemus might turn out fatal for her.
So instead, I hope that Farley comments about being annoyed of sitting in a room with him (I thought about that before) and wondering why he has to be still alive, and Mare just feels like it’s the right time to mention the promise to Eve. Farley snorts. And glares. And says nothing but sighs deeply. Mare asks if she’s angry, but Farley shrugs. “I’ll kill him then”, she says a bit too lightly and Mare replies “be careful”.
I can just imagine RQ4 like Cameron in the background silencing Ptolemus and then Farley coming up to him And they would like fist fighting and Farley would tackle him and put a gun to his head and be like ‘you killed my daughters father’ or some awesome crap like than and then like BAM she shoots him and then Shades death is avenged but it’s still super sad bc Shade is never coming back. I’m just saying that would be cool…..
in one universe, Anna is a fraction of a second too late to save Elsa. She insists on being coronated in mourning black, and fashions her crown out of the shards of Han’s sword as a reminder of how foolishly close she kept her enemies. (It’s the act of true love that counts- and so she thawed and in this case, so happens to be scarred by his sword)
I saw a lot of dark!Elsa going around on my dash, so I thought why not dark!Anna, no?
In this episode we see Jon and Sansa departing on their separate
journeys. They are filled with a lot of hope even though there is sadness in
this departure and their brother Bran is still comatose.
They share a similar narrative thread in that Jon truly
believed his future in the Night’s Watch would be heroic – just like the
stories. He sees the world as a series of archetypes, and he believes he is
going to be that hero.
Sansa also believed her future in the South would be that of
a romance – just like the stories. She sees herself as the princess archetype.
However, we see that their futures are much bleaker than
that. They haven’t even reached their destination, and already their dreams
have been crushed. Jon learns the Night Watch is a den of thieves and rapists,
and is actually viewed very negatively because of that. You can just see in his
eyes that he isn’t going to be that hero he wanted to be.
Sansa is witness to her Prince becoming a monster and the
Queen acting in vengeance. She thought that she was playing the role of a
princess, and is thrilled when Joffrey calls her that, but then he attacks
Mycah and threatens Arya. Sansa calls out that they are both ruining everything, and later her direwolf is executed. She
realizes that she isn’t in a story anymore – at least not a happy one.
This is heavily emphasized between these two characters, and
only these two characters. Ned always
knew the world was dark, and Catelyn tries to reclaim Stark control of the
situation. Arya has a loss, but not a loss of her self-concept (she never has
this, that’s why she couldn’t become no one). And Daenerys? She changes the
game for her marriage.
As viewer, we are supposed to see this and feel for Jon and
Sansa, because even though their dreams aren’t realistic, we still think that
people deserve to experience them.
But what I also think is that this episode puts Jonsa into a
more narrative parallel. We are supposed to see Jon as the unlikely hero going
forward because as a protagonist that is what he must become. For Sansa, we see
her as a princess, but one who is now locked into a tower at the mercy of a
And remember everyone: the hero saves the princess.
Also, I’m not kidding guys. I’m writing a jonsa meta for every possible episode.
cipherponyjinx asked: How many times has Vax interacted with the Raven Queen and when? Anonymous asked: Given the revelation that Vax is now multiclassing as a paladin, can we get a list of all the Raven Queen moments?