It is often said that a nice, bellyful of supper and a comfortable chair by the mantelpiece is all that is needed for bliss. Well, Victoria would’ve told you that night that nothing was farther than the truth.
Hey, The Lord has written a sci-fi novel of about 100,000 words titled “The Lost And The Damned” and he wants you all to read its first chapter…
The devil you run from, you turn into the same devil after escaping, for it is a common behaviour found amidst all creatures, and one they bear with unmatched devotion. In nature, you will find this truth omnipresent, as whenever a creature is not being hunted, it tends to become a hunter itself.
As it was to be, it were these things which set in motion the creation of humans, the creation of us. When they escaped from slavery, they wanted to create their own slaves and unfortunately, they succeeded. They created us.
The fans of the books and the show are usually judge Eddard Stark unfairly when they say the length of time it took him to grasp the truth of Joffrey’s parentage shows he’s stupid or unintelligent, are wrong. There, I said it.
These fans are actually betraying their own ignorance of genetics. Consider the following facts: Robert Baratheon has three children who all look like their mother…and so does Eddard Stark. Should we then presume that Catelyn Stark has been schtupping Edmure?
Okay! So just sitting there and hearing The National’s THE RAINS OF CASTAMERE, I thought what Jon’s and Dany’s first meeting would be like – and lo behold! – here’s what I thought up!
“Now they’re going to see who I am, he said to himself in his strong new man’s voice, many years after he had first seen the huge ocean liner without lights and without any sound which passed by the village one night like a great uninhabited place, longer than the whole village and much taller than the steeple of the church, and it sailed by in the darkness toward the colonial city on the other side of the bay that had been fortified against buccaneers, with its old slave port and the rotating light, whose gloomy beams transfigured the village into a lunar…
Now, it’s only a matter of days before Game of Thrones rules our television again, but until then, we’ve got to do away with bits and pieces.
So, here, I bring to you the best quote from each episode. So, get ready for your journey across The Long Night, wipe that grease from your mouth and put that fat pink mast inside your pant (WARNING: the last one is only for men).
Ok, this article will tell you how would ASOIAF end. So, take a sip of ale, wipe that bit of grease from your face and start reading.
Now, a very big inspiration for GRRM has been Robert Frost’s poem, Ice and Fire. So much so that he even named the title of his series after the poem, A Song of Ice and Fire.
In the poem, as you would’ve noticed, fire stands for desire and ice for hate. So in actuality, it is a analysis between desire and hate, and which of the two would cause the destruction of the world. For clarification, GRRM has also stated that the title of the series ‘A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE’ stands for desire vs. hate…
Game of Thrones is awesome, no doubt about that; David Benioff and D. B. Weiss are dedicated, Peter Dinklage and Charlie Dance are captivating, the costumes are great and the opening title is something that truly shows the scope of Martin’s world in an interesting way. But there are only so many things one can do good.
There were problems from the beginning only, but the harm they did was not that visible. Here are the problems that have been choking the series from the beginning (Season 1-3, ie, when they had yet not deviated too far from ASOIAF).
Have you ever wondered who is the most mentioned character in A Song of Ice and Fire.
Tyrion Lannister? Daenerys Targaryen? Bran Stark? Or, Jamie Lannister? Or, perhaps, can it be Lyanna Stark?
Fear not, for the answers to your questions are given here!
Ah! The Lord was watching the Season 1-6, preparing for the arrival of Season 7. And see for yourself what he found.
Ah! Sometimes, us book readers miss something dear! Like these WTF mysteries that us A Song of Ice and Fire readers would’ve never known. And these mysteries are ones that we will sadly never get to the end of.
A common understanding of the Doom of Valyria is that The Faceless Men killed the mages and thus, the Doom occurred. And, then, there are no theories on dragons. But looking deeply, as the Lord found, it can be seen that it all is associated with the Great Cthulhu…