I’ll state a trait which you have to identify who in GoT has it. The one who answers will give next trait and so on.
He is loyal
So I have been interested in Game of Thrones for a loooong time. I want to start watching the show but I started reading the first book because I need to know the book first 😅wish me luck😊😊
(Just got this today!!!) But I already know a lot of spoilers so....🤷🏽♀️🤦🏽♀️😂
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It was just reported that HBO is nearing a pilot order for another 'GoT' prequel series about the fall of House Targaryen. The series will be set 300 years before the events of 'Game of Thrones,' so which figures from Westeros' history would you like to see on screen?
It was high time someone set the record straight & who better than Taylor Swift herself.
Copy-pasting this because I want a post out of it:
I'm going to be brutally honest because I'm an asshole and I don't care if people hate me for saying it but I'm kinda fed up with Daenerys fans. She's like worshipped and everything and should be resurrected with no reapercussions and become good again and live happily ever after and rule because she is Daenerys of the House Targaryen.
There was a time where I was starting to like Daenerys a while back (Actually after S8, just because I don't know) but fans reminded me as to why I hate her guts so much in the first place.
Okay I'm ready to be fucking hated by everyone. I literally don't care anymore at this point. Maybe I'll quit the Fandom anyways as I've been planning for quite a few months.
So I said it. Something I've been wanting to say for two years now so that's finally out of my chest. I'll just put my head inbetween Ned and Septa Mordane now.
But, why is she not harmed by it? How does she stand in the flames and live? Characters just seem to accept it as a norm and never question how she does it. Ik that the writers said that she is not immune to it, but I always wondered what caused it