For me: Most badass: “Any man who must say ‘I am the king’ is no true king at all” Least badass:”I am of the night” submitted by /u/Random_Username9105 [link] [comments]
https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/george-r-r-martin-the-rolling-stone-interview-242487/ Q: Early on, one critic described the TV series as bleak and embodying a nihilistic worldview, another bemoaned its “lack of moral signposts.” Have you ever worried that there’s some validity to that criticism? A: No. That particular criticism is completely invalid. Actually, I think it’s moronic. My worldview is anything but nihilistic. It … Read moreReminder that GRRM is NOT a nihilist
I noticed this quote today. This is only a couple Arya chapters before the two rendezvous. What do you think? “For every man we lost, two showed up to take his place. A few were knights or squires, of gentle birth, but most were common men—fieldhands and fiddlers and innkeeps, servants and shoemakers, even two … Read moreArya & Sandor foreshadowing?
Ever since he survives the encounter with the stone men, without getting grey scale (while fucking Jon Connington does WTF) I’ve loathed reading his chapters. Throughout the whole series he has been put into so many dangerous situations that he realistically shouldn’t have survived; The encounters with the mountain clans The battle of the Green … Read moreI dislike Tyrion in ADWD
Hello everyone, this might not be a new topic in this community but since I’m new to reddit and I always wanted to have this discussion I’m talking about this. When was the first heard about the kingdom of YiTi and the five forts they sounded so familiar to story of Westeros. Comparisons of the … Read moreWere the five forts of Essos and the Wall in Game of Thrones were built to stop the same enemy?