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When the sun of her life reached her, Dany slid an arm around
his waist. The khal said a word, and his bloodriders leapt
forward. Qotho seized the man who had been her brother by the
arms. Haggo shattered his wrist with a single, sharp twist of
his huge hands. Cohollo pulled the sword from his limp fingers.
Even now Viserys did not understand.

katnisstargaryen:


what the fuck am i trying to accomplish with these

katnisstargaryen:

what the fuck am i trying to accomplish with these

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the-time-scientist:

I’ve seen things. I’ve seen… A man from Asshai with a dagger of real dragonglass. I’ve seen a man who could change his face the way other men change their clothes. And I’ve seen a pirate who wore his weight in gold and whose ship had sails of colored silk. - 01.04 X 02.10

Soo… I don’t know if someone noticed this, but here it is.

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"And as for Game of Thrones, he says, “This series has spawned a huge amount of love, but guaranteed, no one loves it as much as I loved doing it. I’m really proud of it; it’s good TV. My character’s very misunderstood, he’s not completely bad. But that’s what’s interesting about the show, because everyone is nuanced. There are lots of nasty people but everyone’s doing it for a reason, and it’s interesting because it’s psychologically coherent. You don’t know who you’re rooting for 
necessarily.

“I remember thinking, while I was doing it, ‘I don’t know if anyone is ever going to watch this, and actually I don’t really care. I secretly think this is brilliant.’ You have those little moments, when you see someone else’s close-up or you walk past a tent and there are ten thousand swords being forged, something which pricks your imagination and lends you a thousand different thoughts, and you go, ‘Oh, I’m so glad I’m doing this.’ That is the most wonderful defence against all the nonsense of the popularity contest of acting, because if you love the actual work, it doesn’t matter.”

- from "Harry’s Gain: Why TV drama is banking on Harry Lloyd," The Scotsman


In rehearsals, we kept coming back to the idea that Viserys had this childlike quality about him. He was a kid who had the responsibility of the honor of his family on his shoulders, and I’m not sure he really understood what he was doing in that final scene, when he pulls that sword and threatens Dany’s unborn baby. He’s a tragic character. 
↳ Daniel Minahan: Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones

In rehearsals, we kept coming back to the idea that Viserys had this childlike quality about him. He was a kid who had the responsibility of the honor of his family on his shoulders, and I’m not sure he really understood what he was doing in that final scene, when he pulls that sword and threatens Dany’s unborn baby. He’s a tragic character. 

↳ Daniel Minahan: Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones

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Game of Thrones Season 1: Death

Just some less well traveled S1 stills. 

Game of Thrones meme: one king
↳ Viserys Targaryen, The Last Dragon The Beggar King

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rekkka:

“There is no middle ground.”

ondyne:

Harry Lloyd as Viserys Targaryen from the exclusive Blu-Ray “Anatomy of an Episode” feature. 

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