So much news I have to give you from over the seas. I find myself held by the arms of a husband I never expected to have. They say he is a king and of my heart that is true. He holds us safe, for now I am two, with his child beneath the heart that beats for him. The war rages on, but soon, when it is all over, we shall come to you and celebrate together.” — the translated text of Talisa’s letter to her mother, according to David J. Peterson (x)
Imagine your favorite character holding you in their lap
remember that time an anon pointed out that robb saying they could get jon back if they sent a hundred men to the wall meant robb thought jon was worth a hundred other men
I feel like the Greatjon Umber was sorely missed in season 3. At the end of season 1 you have all these northerners that truly believe in Robb’s cause. All through season 2 we see these people who begin to doubt Robb’s cause. Karstark is upset about Jaimie. Roose Bolton never shows any emotion. We needed to see Greatjon’s support and show that not everyone was falling away from Robb.
In season 3 they suddenly introduce the Blackfish. In the books its the Blackfish and Umber along side Robb the whole way. I just feel like in the series you feel Robb is alone in it all when he really isn’t. And the Red Wedding is that much more disturbing when all of these people who actually support Robb are killed or captured too. Not everyone turned on him. I feel like that was missing from Robb’s story line in season 2 and 3.
- Me: THIS FUCKING SHIP
- Me: THESE STUPID CHARACTERS
- Me: YOU'RE BOTH IDIOTIC ASSHOLES
- Me: AND I HATE YOU
- Me: otp
i love how in GoT they gave robb this cape at the RW to make him look all hero and glorious and shit and it just makes me laugh cause they try so hard to make his death all ~epic, but it doesnt even matter, in the end robb didn’t die as a hero in something glorious or epic, he just died as a confused 16 year old calling for the people he loved