Love makes us sick

"There was even going to be a party for you. A big party that all your friends were invited to. I invited your best friend, Robb Stark. Of course, he couldn’t come, because my father murdered him. All your other friends couldn’t come either, because you don’t have any other friends."
— Ramsay Bolton [to Theon Greyjoy], A Dance With Dragons (via incorrectgotquotes)

The only way to keep your people loyal is to make certain they fear you more than they do the enemy.

Brigitte Bardot as Cersei Lannister

posted 22 hours ago with 2 notes

Fuck Theon Greyjoy.


nope. make sweet, gentle love to theon greyjoy.

Bold what you prefer

Regina or Zelena or Cora

Peter Pan or Rumplestiltskin or Baelfire or Henry

Emma or Snow White or Charming

Belle or Aurora or Ariel

Charming family or the Stiltskins or the Mills

Captain Swan or Swanfire

Outlawqueen or Swanqueen

Rumbelle or Cora/Rumple

Sleeping Warrior or Phillora

Graham or Neal or Hook

Jefferson or Pinocchio

Robin Hood or Daniel

Belle or Milah or Cora

Mr Gold or Spinner!Rumple or The Dark One

The Blue Fairy or Tinkerbell

Eva or Ruth or Cora

The Enchanted Forest or Storybrooke or Wonderland or Oz or The Land without Colour

Season 1 or Season 2 or Season 3

Emma with curls or Emma with straight hair

Cocoa with cinnamon or apple turnover

The yellow bug or te Jolly Roger

The chipped cup or the swan necklace


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"Nothing makes the past a sweeter place to visit than the prospect of imminent death."

posted 4 days ago with 11 notes



I just had a thought… Do we know when Ramsay killed the miller’s boys? Do we know if they still lived, when he told Theon about his plan? I can’t find anything about it in ACOK - did I miss something?

they did - I don’t remember if it was in acok or adwd (maaaaybe adwd when at some point someone asked him how it felt to have killed the Stark boys and he thought that *he* didn’t, Ramsay did?) but anyway there was a flashback-like thing where Theon thought about Ramsay killing them and then either flaying them or using acid to make them unrecognizable or something along those lines but anyway it made it clear that Theon was present when they died or soon after. Anyway it didn’t seem to me from that part (when I read it) that it implied that Ramsay had already killed them first.

Damn I wish I could remember in which book it was, but anyway I’m 100% sure it exists somewhere XD

Aahh, okay, maybe it really is in ADWD then (or I really just missed it. .__.). I’ll search for the quote later. ^-^ Thank you!

posted 4 days ago via janiedean · © ravenofstars with 4 notes

I just had a thought… Do we know when Ramsay killed the miller’s boys? Do we know if they still lived, when he told Theon about his plan? I can’t find anything about it in ACOK - did I miss something?

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Something I don’t understand : why people hate Theon because “he burned two innocent children” and they love others characters which make horrible things too (like Tywin in his entire life or Jaime with Bran or… Daenerys because her dragons also kill an innocent child (I mean, in the show, I don’t know in the book because I’m not yet in that point) or many others…) ?
Come on guys, it’s Westeros, not Neverland. Theon is not a monster (he is a reek lol). He needs love.

True! (And yes, the Drogon killed a child in the books too). Not to mention that Eddard would have killed a innocent child (Theon), if Balon made one mistake… Sandor is very popular too and he did horrible things, especially with Micah, Aryas friend.


Considering that JK Rowling was aware that Snape was a great big bag of dicks (she wrote him, she should know) why did she allow her main character to name his child after him? It’s got to the point where I’m fairly certain that if Harry has another kid he’d call it Cornelius Vernon or Dolores Petunia. 

Well, she said this (when someone ask if he was a hero): “Yes, I do; though a very flawed hero. An anti-hero, perhaps. He is not a particularly likeable man in many ways. He remains rather cruel, a bully, riddled with bitterness and insecurity - and yet he loved, and showed loyalty to that love and, ultimately, laid down his life because of it. That’s pretty heroic!”

and also this:

"Harry would ensure that Snape’s heroism was known."

So, I think these are the reasons. And I don’t think there’s something heroic about Vernon.


Now I might just be a simple 20-year-old Education Major who has never really thought about war strategies before.

But wouldn’t it make more sense if something like this happened:

We know that Snape was working with Dumbledore to spy on Voldemort but Voldemort thought that he was working with him to spy on Dumbledore. (Confusing, I know.) And everyone knew that Voldemort was, at some point, going to attack Lily, James, and Harry. That’s why they were in hiding and everything was tense. So what if, on Dumbledore’s orders, Snape fed Voldemort false information. Something like, “My Lord, the boy and his parents are going to be moving to this place for their protection on this day at this time.” We know that Voldemort trusted Severus. So Voldemort goes to that place on that day at that time and is met by fifty Aurors. A few Avada Kedavras later and Voldy is dead. Or at the very least, Snape could have definitely led a false trail for Voldemort to follow. “My Lord, they’re in the Sahara Desert.” “My Lord, they’re in the Amazon.” “My Lord, they’re up in the Himalayas.” “My Lord, they’re in the ocean.” “My Lord, they’re on the moon.”

It didn’t happened because then we wouldn’t have had the books. :P Sometimes it’s simple like that. And… Voldemort still had his horcruxes…