Tags » A Song Of Ice And Fire

Best Quotes on the GoT "Breaker of Chains" Rape Scene

You guys have seen the storm of discourse that has risen up in the aftermath of Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones. I’m a Song of Ice and Fire fan, have read all the books, and watched the first three seasons of the show, though I haven’t caught up on season four yet. 2,085 more words


Game of Thrones: All the Controversy Over "Breaker of Chains"

This post contains spoilers from the books and show. I might even throw in a trigger warning, although in general I do not make a habit of it. 1,037 more words

Pop Culture

It Can't Be Perfect

Well I apologize for the delay in this post, as it just so happened that when I posted this the first time, I posted it to the wrong blog. 445 more words

Analyzation Index

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3 -OR- I Know A Butt When I See One

Pretend that you are one of the showrunners for Game of Thrones. Last week was The Purple Wedding, one of the most anticipated and celebrated episodes of your series. 1,238 more words


5 Problems with living in the Game of Thrones universe

I’m on a bit of a Game of Thrones binge at the moment. I’m coinciding reading the last (currently published) book in the ASOIAF series with watching the newest season on HBO (or Sky Atlantic, depending on geographical location), because I like to see it both in print and on screen and really grasp the story. 1,628 more words


VoK 89: Wolfcast Review - s4e3 - Breaker of Chains, Flipper of Tables

Welcome to this week’s remarkably calm and silly Wolfcast review of The Breaker of Chains, in which Shellfish (Peter) decries the lack of krakens in Denmark; the Podcast Bard (Jed) advocates the use of Molestown condoms; Patrick The Tall baptises Middlefinger “Petyrphile”;  Nadia flips all kinds of tables; Imogen.OB suspects the Nordic contingent’s knowledge of Molestown brothels; Regula Roone (Seif) wonders if we will see Satin and Bina007 wonders what FTWard’s problem is with potatoes. 129 more words


A to Z Challenge Day 20: Tyrion Lannister (the Exceptionally Clever Imp)

I can remember when the first book in the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series first came out. I remember, not because I read it, but because a favorite web-comic writer of mine did, and he subsequently ranted to the world about how George R.R. 425 more words

Tracey Lynn Tobin Writer