I’m growing faster than Jon is in the books. I’m getting to be a man rather than a teenager. So, I had to adapt how he is in the books to how I want him to be as he grows. I think going back to Season 2 and the difference within him is that he’s a man now. I saw him in Season 1 as a teenager. I had him in my head as about 18. But even though we carry straight on from the first season, there’s a shift in him, which happens at the end when you see him riding out beyond the Wall where he becomes that man. I think his father would be proud of him, seeing that.

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Game of Thrones Season 4  One Week Challenge

day 3 - favourite quote

There’s only one hell, princess — the one we live in now.”


ASOIAF/GOT quotes typography pt.1


game of thrones s4 challenge - favorite quote

Herding the masters into pens and slaughtering them by the thousands is also treating men like beasts. The slaves you free… brutality is all they’ve ever known. If you want them to know something else, you’ll have to show them.”


GOT Season 4 Challenge - Day 3

Favourite Quote(s)


Game of Thrones S4 challenge : Day1, favorite minor character in S4 

Podrick Payne


"The things of the night cannot be explained in the day."

A Farewell to Arms, Ch. XXXIV

"Hearth and heart and harvest we yield up to you, my lord. Our swords and spears and arrows are yours to command. Grant mercy to our weak, help to our helpless, and justice to all, and we shall never fail you." "I swear it by earth and water," said the boy in green. "I swear it by bronze and iron,” his sister said. “We swear it by ice and fire,” they finished together.

Safety? Where the fuck’s that?

"There must be a hundred thousand," Satin wailed. "How can we stop so many?” “The Wall will stop them,” Jon heard himself say. He turned and said it again, louder. “The Wall will stop them. The Wall defends itself.” Hollow words, but he needed to say them, almost as much as his brothers needed to hear them. “The chariots, the horsemen, all those fools on foot …  what are they going to do to us up here? Any of you ever see a mammoth climb a wall?” He laughed, and Pyp and Owen and half a dozen more laughed with him. “They’re nothing, they’re less use than our straw brothers here, they can’t reach us, they can’t hurt us, and they don’t frighten us, do they?” “NO!” Grenn shouted. “They’re down there and we’re up here,” Jon said, “and so long as we hold the gate they cannot pass. They cannot pass!”


I was the oldest,” The prince said, “yet I am the last. After Mors and Olyvar died in their cradles, I gave up hope of brothers. I was nine when Elia came, a squire in service at Salt Shore. When the raven arrived with word that my mother had been brought to bed a month too soon, I was old enough to understand that meant the child would not live. Even when Lord Gargalen told me that I had a sister, I assured him that she must shortly die. Yet she lived, by the Mother’s mercy. And a year later Oberyn arrived, squalling and kicking. I was a man grown when they were playing in these pools. Yet here I sit and they are gone.

“Do this little thing for me, and you can be my dog and eat meat every day,” Lord Ramsay promised. “(…) A man would turn against me in your place, but we know what you are, don’t we? Betray me if you want, it makes no matter … but count your fingers first and know the cost.” Reek knew the cost.


There was very little that Jaime took seriously. Tyrion knew that about his brother, and forgave it. During all the terrible long years of his childhood, only Jaime had ever shown him the smallest measure of affection or respect, and for that Tyrion was willing to forgive him almost anything.