09 Apr 2021
Rhaegar has won the war of the ursuper by killing Robert Baratheon in the field. But the absence of the Three Heads of the Dragon and the apparent inability of him and his children to fulfil the prophecy lead him deeper and deeper into desparation and darkness. His two sons, Aegon and Daeron, now must attempt to escape the whims of their increasingly confused father and at the same time hold the Seven Kingdoms together.
The sun shone, and a light breeze that smelled of the spices and flowers blessed the day. An extravagant wedding was to be celebrated, a fact that would symbolize stability and peace in a recently war-torn country.
Sansa Stark sat in front of a mirror on her vanity, her cheeks red; still stained with her tears. Shae, her handmaid, had been trying desperately, with no luck, to cheer up the young lady. Sansa had only recently received the news of the death of the rest of her family that she knows.
Fandom: A Song of Ice and Fire & Related Fandoms, A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV)
06 Aug 2019
Fandoms: A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, A Song of Ice and Fire & Related Fandoms, Game of Thrones (TV)
20 Jul 2019
He hadn’t had a whore since before the war. He only had wine at meals and before bed and scaled that down enough to be presentable before his people. Tyrion was sober, and he was lonely. And he was tasked with the impossible.
He needed a wife.
He was perusing through a book on the lower houses of Westeros when Bronn had noisily sat himself on the other side of Tyrion’s desk, munching obnoxiously on an apple, and demanded to know what he was doing.
Tyrion groaned, adding the book to the pile in front of him. “If you must know, I’m in need of a wife. I’m looking through these books to find one ugly enough to agree to marry me.”
“Oh.” Bronn stopped chewing, brow furrowed. “Wait, aren’t you still married to that Stark girl?”
The newly-made Lord Lannister looked to the sky and grimaced.
And so, Tyrion Lannister rode for Winterfell.
- Part 1 of Of Wolves and Lions