Do you sense the theme here? The rationalizing of defeats with mythical beasts and the whims of children instead of acknowledging the root cause: the arrogance of isolation. The men of the Vale are so proud of their mountains, they can’t abide any flaw in them.
HISTORIES AND LORE: The Vale
As Told by Petyr Baelish
"There is only one god, and his name is Death"
v a l a r m o r g h u l i s
a l l m e n m u s t d i e
this is something that came to me on the subway today, so i have no clue if it makes sense.
my thoughts on the survival of each of the great houses through the end of the series, undoubtedly to be hilariously subverted come TWOW. (This is only dealing with characters who are alive come the start of AGOT)
game of thrones + power