House Stark. The Iron King in The Iron Throne.

House Stark. The Iron King in The Iron Throne.

Season 4 of The Walking Dead: Walking Dead/Game of Thrones mash-up.

"A zombie Lannister always pays his debts. Raaeeeuuuuughhrrrrr."

Hodor.

Hodor.

"The Lord of Light wants his enemies burned, the Drowned God wants his enemies drowned… why are all the gods such vicious cunts?"
— Tyrion Lannister, Game of Thrones Season 2 Episode 8

I love their relationship, and even though I find it somewhat “sweet,”  I’m always SUPER nervous during their scenes. But this scene kind of confused me, or this conversation at least. Was he alluding to the fact that he knows she’s of “high-class” blood? As he accused her or posing as a commoner? Or even alluding to the fact that he knows she’s a Stark? Anyone?

Why do bad things always happen

to John Snow!? D:

Thanks, kotaku!

Thanks, kotaku!

Game of Thrones time!

Season 2 Episode 5

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This. This was my favorite scene of last episode, well tied with the intro scene with the Direwolf and Robb Stark just smirking in the back, I thought that was great. But this. THIS.

This. This was my favorite scene of last episode, well tied with the intro scene with the Direwolf and Robb Stark just smirking in the back, I thought that was great. But this. THIS.

"There’s no cure for being a cunt."
— Bronn, in reference to Joffrey Lannister, Game of Thrones Season 2 Episode 4

A really cool and interesting look at the religions in Game of Thrones. You should definitely check it out, whether you like the show or the books or neither!

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Reblogging because of bullshit. The Starks bow to no one.

Reblogging because of bullshit. The Starks bow to no one.

Too god not to post.

For your trouble.

At first I was like “Aww, how nice?” Then it showed the Grand Maester being an old fart and Tyrion put down the other coin. I lost my shit, I thought it was SO funny.