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1604. Because they are so much more than just Tyrion.
1603. Because Tywin is so badass that a simple song is enough for him to make his enemies piss themselves.
Submitted by Marina
1602. Because what is a hero without a villain? Useless. What is a villain without a hero? Successful.
1601. Because Jaime is the one and only member of the Kingsguard who saw something horrible about to happen and stopped it, no matter the personal cost. In that one moment he rose above all the honourable knights and lords of Westeros.
Submitted by shrupara
Next time I ask you guys to vote for something, I am choosing the second option , because you always barely send me submissions for what you voted, and when I do what came in second, I get tons of submissions. See Jaime week 2 vs Cersei week 2…
Anonymous sent the raven:
How is Casterly Rock untouchable by dragons? They melt stone. Don't be daft.
I don’t know, why won’t a smart person explain it to me, the daft one, hmm? I have to say, you receive extra points for finding a new word to insult me. No one has used it before. Such originality. So much intelligence. Wow.
1600! Because even the impregnable Eyrie has to bow to the dragons…. but dragonflame cannot torch Casterly Rock.
Submitted by berelyn
Anonymous sent the raven:
Her best mother moment for me had to be when she was going to "kill" Tomen -sp- only because she knew if she did the would be murdered horrible and made to suffer. Se knew the horrors of what could happen to children and wouldn't let her child suffer like that. -thankfully Tywin came and they were both spared.-
Yes, I also think that was the best addition the show brought to her character.
berelyn sent the raven:
Why do you think Tywin visited Tyrion's bedside?
Curiosity to see his wounds? A glimpse of concern? To do his duty as a father in the eyes of the court? To see him once more in hopes he wouldn’t survive?
I have no idea, honestly…
I don’t think she is a bad mother. She is not perfect either, because she has a lot of flaws where her lion cubs are concerned, but she loves them, she would kill to keep them safe and she always tries to act in their best interests. She is very protective of them, but can you blame her with what happens in Westeros? (Note: If anyone dares say she is a bad mother because she puts them in danger in order to “satisfy her sexual desires” with Jaime I will go RED WEDDING ON THEM. Just as everyone else, Cersei is allowed to be in love).
thestagthatlovedthewolf sent the raven:
Sorry to bother you. But I'm wondering if we can submit fanart/fanfiction that we have posted already. BTW I love this blog and I think you're doing a great job running it
Hello! You are not bothering me at all! Yes, you can just send me the link to them and I will reblog them from you OuO
1599. Because I always found it interesting that Pycelle devoted himself to Tywin for his deep admiration of his political capacities and intelligence ,but of Tywin’s children, he did not choose Tyrion, who seems to be quite a copy of his father in what concerns wits and political capability, but Cersei.
1598. Because the Halfman ended his slavery, something that even a knight trained in warcraft couldn’t do.
Submitted by shrupara
1597. Because Tywin did not appreciate Tyrion joking during a serious situation.
Submitted by rockballerinawallpapers
1596. I love that while the Lannisters have some backstory as to why they’re bad and yes of course they want all the power, but I think a lot of it is just that they don’t fucking care. They don’t care if they have to kill you to prove a point. They don’t care if they ruin you and your whole family’s lives. I think the best villains don’t need more reason than that.
While I don’t see them as the classical evil villains (or even as villains), I do agree that what makes them so likable (to me, at least) is the fact that they want power for the sake of power. At least Tywin and Cersei, who don’t care that they are not the legitimate rulers, they don’t care how many lives they have to destroy as long as they get to be in power just because they want to be.