Fanart thread pls
Stannis ground his teeth. 'It is not my wish to tamper with your rights and traditions. As to royal guidance, Janos, if you mean that I ought to tell your brothers to choose you, have the courage to say so.'
That took Lord Janos aback. He smiled uncertainly and began to sweat, but Bowen Marsh beside him said, 'Who better to command the black cloaks than a man who once commanded the gold, sire?'
Stannis tried to concentrate on the question. Yes, the Night's Watch needed a Lord Commander, and the choice could decide the fate of the Wall. And yet, all Stannis could focus on were the smells coming from the kitchen, wonderful beyond words. The food was scarce here, with little more to dine on then salted beef and scrawny vegetables. Yet somehow, the skillful hands of Castle Black's cook made it taste like a royal feast.
The cook. That wonderful cook. Here at the end of the world everything was cold, barren, and lifeless, except for the meal hall. Here, the brothers gathered to shake the snow off their cloaks and indulge in the one pleasure afforded to them at this unforgiving place. In his own way, the cook was every bit as skilled as the most learned maester or talented swordsman. But the cook had no fancy weapons of Valyrian steel or rings around his neck, he had only his pots and his spoons. And yet, he held perhaps the most important position in the entire Night's Watch. How could the black brothers defend the Wall without food in their bellies? This simple cook kept the entire operation running, as his predecessors had for thousands of years. It occurred to Stannis that the role the cook played at Castle Black was much like the role the Night's Watch played in Westeros: humble, often ignored by the rest of the realm, but doing the most important job of all and never even asking for thanks.
And then the thought struck him. It was so simple- the cook could be the new Lord Commander! For a man who could turn simple ingredients into such an ingenious blend of flavors and textures, surely it would be simple to turn a bunch of convicts, bastards, and rejected nobles into an elite fighting force. What better man to hold back the terrors of the frozen north than the man who held back hunger at the Wall for years?
He was sure of it now- the cook was not just the best man for the job, he was the only man for the job. The black brothers stared at him, waiting for his answer. He couldn't simply tell them to choose the cook as Lord Commander. No, coming on too strong would never do- the Night's Watch was proud of its tradition, and would not simply accept the command of an outsider. He needed to push the cook into the command without it looking obvious- he needed to use a light touch.
"Any of them, I would think. Even the cook"
Take the hint, prayed Stannis, clenching his jaw. Take the hint you fools, or we are surely lost.
I'm not that shireenbro
I just saved them
this was always one of my favs. i would do anything to see that battle as well as ned&co. vs. dayne&co.
fan art thread!
nice. i love a great sword. although ice didn't seem as big when ned was carrying it- unless he wasn't during his duel with jamie.
fucking cunnyfags are in /got/ now too? jesus fuck..
Which Targaryens are these supposed to be?
Fan art thread plz
Ned didn't use Ice when he fought Jamie (and he didn't fight him in the books either)
Ned only carried it in war.
>fucking cunnyfags are in /got/ now too? jesus fuck..
damn dude hownew.ru
I'm bretty sure Ned carried it in battle.
Never ever gonna happen.
>Ned in the clouds
This is some Lion King shit here.
Hard to believe that this is the same guy who did >>46038137
I hate that art style. More fanart.
I always wanted the Robert's Rebellion made by Tartakovsky.
Shame it will never happen
when was this? looks like benjen up front and ned coming up in the rear
NW guy with a cleaver vs. ramsey with a axe. who wins?
jeezus that's a big sword. but i fully expect ned to use it in combat too. you don't have to be the mountain to use a greatsword.
it would be great to see a young selmy infiltrating duskendale. would be great to see selmy doing anything really.
the sheer scale of fully grown dragons like balerion must have been a fucking trip to see irl.
Is that supposed to be Harrenhall?
I need a good Garlan but I can't think of anything.
HBO has a history of recasting former actors into the same show. Most notably, Garet Dillahunt as both Jack McCall and Francis Wolcott in Deadwood.
How would you feel about Harry Lloyd being cast as your beloved Darkstar?
anon, pls. even sibel remembers his name.
Plus, it's implied, in a Jaime chapter I think, that she cuckolded him pretty early on and that none of the kids are his.
>Littlefinger shook the rain from his hair and laughed. “Now I see. Lord Arryn learned that His Grace had filled the bellies of some whores and fishwives, and for that he had to be silenced. Small wonder. Allow a man like that to live, and next he’s like to blurt out that the sun rises in the east.”
>There was no answer Ned Stark could give to that but a frown. For the first time in years, he found himself remembering Rhaegar Targaryen. He wondered if Rhaegar had frequented brothels; somehow he thought not.
Oh come on, Gurm. Did you haven't make it this obvious?
Aside from the nose, which is a bit long and sharp, it's noted she looks pretty good.
Guys who should play Moqorro
I nominate Omar Sy from Xmen and Intouchables
Here's Aegon with his dragonfus.
>book version of Stannis
>book version of Renly
>show versions of Joffrey, Robb and Balon
I don't understand why he did this.
They actually do, the book characters are actually pretty over the top
The Robert v Rhaegar battle on the Trident animated by Tartarkovsky would be awesome.
now that is a cool design, though I never pictured it like that when I read neds description of it
>white text on that background
Gurm said that's how he imagined the Iron Throne to look like.
If he just didn't give him the pauldrons/plate armor, it would have been good.
Who approved that shit?
From the author's description:
>So, from left to right, top to bottom:
>Sansa Stark, Cersei Lannister
>Ygritte, Lyanna Stark
>Daenerys Targaryen, Catelyn Tully
>Myrcella Baratheon, Margaery Tyrell
this happens every couple of days anon
on a more important note what the fuck happened to liams fingers?
D&D Strikes again. They're going to omit lady stoneheart wtf
Guaranteed the won't. The only confirmation is Alex Graves who said specifically "this season" it won't happen and the woman who plays Catelyn who isn't qualified to know at this point, and she didn't even say that it won't happen just that catelyn died.
Yeah, but he's so fucking awful that his family sent him to the wall rather than allow him to shame them and their name.
But it's too fucking late. Shame's done, house is fucked, burn it root and stem.
>Allen apparently declined a chance to play bloody-minded princess Yara Greyjoy, deciding that the part involved "too much incest".
>"too much incest"
How can you ever have too much incest?
Yeah fuck LS, Aegon and Jon Con. I'm so sure D&D will give us quality OC characters that will be much better than those ones. Maybe Orson Lannister's even more retarded sister can make an appearance? Or perhaps someone to challenge Grey Worm for Missandei's love?
>someone actually took a photo of this and posted it online instead of just throwing it into the trash and trying again
Hoster was like Walder Frey in the regard that he also demanded people marry his sloppy seconds and damaged goods daughters before providing them with aid despite previous arrangements.
The people who go along with that theory say all the time that Rhaegar married Lyanna.
How and when, no one knows, even though the Faith wouldn't allow a Targ fucking shit to again have two wives.
Honestly, seeing how it all has turned out so far, I would've really liked it if she had gotten all of her people and her dragons killed out in the fucking desert roaming around like fucking idiots.
I don't think you understand
Whatever D&D give you, will be even worse than those characters, every time. Look at Jeyne Westerling; a complete non-entity with barely any personality. They managed to cook up a character even worse than that. That's how shit D&D are. So no, don't be happy they're cutting these things because what will replace them will be truly horrendous
>They managed to cook up a character even worse than that.
Is there HBO/DnD concept art anywhere? Like from before season 1?
There's stuff like this, but that's it.
I don't think you follow.
No Septon would marry them as Rhaegar was already married. Had they coerced some Septon to marry them, under duress, it wouldn't be a recognized marriage.
In any case, none of that shit really matters.
Hound confirmed for not dead
There was a maester hiding behind that rock
>Catyln mourning Ned
>Danny killing Drogo
>Tyrion hearing about his sister twisting his dick
>Theon's entire arc
>Jamie reflecting on Rhgar
>Jamie burning Cersi's letter
I read the first one as
>Catelyn mounting Ned
That wasn't how I perceived that scene at all
I though Tyrion was getting buttflustered at le homosexual mexican because he thought he was building into an epin meme about how ugly he is.
He's used to Cercei shitting down his throat constantly, why would he be surprised to find out that it started at his birth?
Yeah this, the reaction felt a little off, but than again book Tyrone is much more Tywin-esque than show one
I was hoping for more banter during Tywin's death too, he says something like 'hurry up and die now, I have a boat to catch'
Here we cast Dornish characters.
Don't fucking try and weasel your way out by changing your argument to "major plot points." You said released chapters are canon. They are not, because they are works in progress.
Are you saying that Cersei winning her trial or not is not a najor plot point? What i'm driving at is that you're full of shit and that fact isn't going it change, it's cannon, deal with it