"Watch as everyone competes to sit on the world’s most uncomfortable chair, while completely ignoring the invasion of ice zombies that threatens to kill them all," — The most accurate summary of Game of Thrones to date via Honest Movie Trailers (via oflionsandwolves)

(Source: brienneofthrace, via crispyhush)



Like their dragons the Targaryens answered to neither gods nor men.

(via tanaquil)



"The living tell the dying not to leave, and the dying do not listen. The dying tell us not to be sad for them, and we do not listen. The dialogue between the living and the dead is full of misunderstanding and silence." — Welcome to Night Vale, Episode 37 - The Auction (via theofficialcitycouncil)

(Source: nightvalequotes, via thorintastic)



kaywinnetleetam:

"Caprica Theme (Sketch)" || Bear McCreary || Caprica Expanded Soundtrack



ofhouseadama:

There is no “bullshit religious subplot.” The entire show is driven by God as an offscreen character. The show is literally the Book of Genesis portrayed as a wheel that pivots between the creation, the fall of man, and the flood, that tells us that humans are by nature flawed and ugly but we get to choose. We choose our gods (the colonists/cylons who made it to Earth 2.0 being the stories that become Earth’s pantheon), we choose our own destinies. That angels have wings dripping with blood and there is no absolute religious truth, just many lenses of it. That a man like Gaius Baltar can be a prophet, that anyone can be a prophet—Laura, D’Anna, Athena, Hera, Kara, Leoben. 

The entirety of the series is a religious story. To say otherwise to throw out the entire narrative and watch youtube clips of dogfights and try to claim you understand the canon based off of Starbuck blowing something up. 

That’s not the point. 



theheirsofdurin:

Thorin looking too pretty in Bree



"I think that Sansa has nobody that she can trust in King’s Landing and so the audience wouldn’t necessarily see her scheming because there’s nobody to do it with. This doesn’t mean that Sansa isn’t planning anything in her head. If she is doing any type of scheming, it will all be internal because Sansa knows, more than anyone, that you can’t trust anyone in the world of GoT and the only way to have the utmost power is to not let on to anyone what you’re about and what you’re planning on doing next. She has most certainly learned tricks and how the politics of Westeros works from people like Margaery and Cersei alongside others, she’s just not put them into practise yet." — Sophie Turner  (via sansasnark)

(Source: until-the-next-time, via songsofwolves)



Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
(in honour of/at the request of shahjahans)


"So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings." — J.R.R. TolkienThe Hobbit  (via etrezomp-ni—kelted)

(Source: diaphanee, via thorinshielding)



achthonia:

The Rains Of Castamere | The National

in a coat of gold or a coat of red, 
a lion still has claws.
and mine are long and sharp, my lord, 
as long and sharp as yours. 

(via feanorr)



If they are monsters, so am I.


"All of this has happened before, and all of it will happen again..."


Renee. Multi-fandom loving fangirl.

Battlestar Galactica, Game of Thrones / ASOIAF, The Hobbit, Lost Girl, Orphan Black, Pretty Little Liars, Elementary, Nikita, Spartacus, Legend of the Seeker, all things Whedonverse, and many other interests.


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