When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die. There is no middle ground.
There has probably never been a quote in the history of television that laid a path for an entire series like that zinger from Cersei did. 981 more words
What does Boromir of Lord of the Rings and Ned Stark of Game of Thrones have in common? They are both portrayed by actor Sean Bean. 101 more words
I hope you all are having a wonderful day! As I have mentioned already, I recently went back and watched seasons one through six of Game of Thrones and watching it all again after the big revelation about Lyanna Stark being Jon’s mother and Rhaegar Targaryen being his father (though this hasn’t been confirmed in the show yet but come on… Who else could it be?), some of the things that were said and done have a different meaning now but there was one particular scene that really caught my attention. 218 more words
Yolkboy and Lady Gwyn examine the arc of Ned Stark and his legacy in the novels. From the frozen North to the Red Keep and beyond, we explore the politics of Ned’s lifetime with special attention paid to his honor, judgement, history and role as a family man. 15 more words
I’m back with another post, this time is about something that has been in my mind since I finished watching season six. During this season it was revealed that Jon Snow isn’t Ned’s son with another woman but Lyanna’s son, making Jon his nephew. 274 more words