Margaery got “this ain’t my first husband, and this won’t be my last” look on her face
There are no heroes…in life, the monsters win.
Inspired by this art made by amazing Inchells. It started with just Thorin as Khal but then escalated quickly)
Well, I guess it’s pretty obvious who references to whom but I’d imagine Kili being a bastard child who was sent to the Wall and Fili left his noble family right away to join him because, yeah, he belongs with his brother. But then there goes a wildling Tauriel)
And Thranduil’s just being his IDGAF-self, chillin’ on the Iron Throne.
Details of the White Walker special effects make-up.
WTF THEY ACTUALLY DONE THIS I THOUGHT IT WAS ALL CGI OMFG YES THAT IS AMAZING!
This design and make-up is just great, really effective on screen.
THERE IS HOPE
The boy-king Ronnel Arryn and his mother Sharra Arryn, his Queen Regent, had ruled over the Kingdom of the Vale during the War of Conquest. Sharra was considered one of the most beautiful women of Westeros. When Aegon sought to conquer the Seven Kingdoms, she offered him her hand in marriage if he would declare Ronnel his heir. He refused, and in the battles that came after, Sharra stood firm. The Arryn fleet won against Targaryen ships at the Battle of Gulltown. In retaliation, Aegon sent his sister-wife Visenya. Riding Vhagar, her dragon, Visenya burned the Arryn fleet at anchor. Sharra refused to bend the knee. She amassed the strength of the Vale at the Bloody Gate, expecting an onslaught from the Targaryens. However, defeat was not in blood but in coercion: through the boy-king himself. With the army diverted from the Eyrie, Visenya flew Vhagar into the very heart of the stronghold. Sharra returned to her son sitting on Visenya’s lap, enchanted by the sight of Vhagar in the courtyard. Sharra bent the knee, and the Eyrie fell without a fight.(with Rosamund Pike as Visenya Targaryen.)