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WHY ARE WE NOT TALKING ABOUT HOW AWESOME THIS IS!!!

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WHY ARE WE NOT TALKING ABOUT HOW AWESOME THIS IS!!!

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joffri:

bOOK DAARIO IS. OUT OF CONTROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLL

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thatderpwalnut:

Dragon Age fans be looking at the companions like

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when I talk about Dragon Age with anyone who isn’t really into Dragon Age

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thisisthedoctorsdesign:

you see, it’s a metaphor

you nominate Leonardo DiCaprio for an Oscar but you don’t let him win

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"The red wedding: nooooooooo
The purple wedding: yoooooooooo"

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ladysmaragdina:

I go to check tumblr today and

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nobody ever expects the dragon age inquisition

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shitidroppedthebassagain:

Best part of any show ever

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if I see one more friendzone joke in relation to Dany’s words to Jorah in 4x3, istg I’m going to scream.

Jorah isn’t doing the things he’s doing so that Dany will love him. As I’ve pointed out before, he was teaching her about the Dothraki and being there for her before he…

Yo have you even read the books

Jorah is shady as fuck and most definitely not doing everything for Dany’s own good.

lmfao have you even read the books 

h a v e  y o u  e v e n  r e a d  t h e  b o o k s 

says literally every dumb fuck who can’t bother to make an actual text-based argument themselves

yes, yes i have read all five books, plus every TWOW excerpt that’s been released, plus just about every interview or extra article where Jorah Mormont or House Mormont is mentioned.  

Yes, Jorah was originally spying on Daenerys (for the Baratheon small council, for a pardon), but he has since stopped and is now completely loyal to her.   Obviously spying on her was very bad, and not in her best interest, but he has completely renounced that and all of his actions (and where did I ever say that he has never acted out of his own self-interest? reading comprehension: get some.)

As for “shady as fuck” - aren’t glib phrases so much fun? You can throw them out there as blanket statements instead of actually recognizing that a character is complex and complicated and three-dimensional. Go you!

Yes, he advised her to buy slaves (not because he endorses slavery, but because as her military adviser, it’s his job to give her every option that will get her to the Iron Throne).  

Yes, he told her he loved her and kissed her, in an attempt to court her. It was awkward and sad and both of them ended up very uncomfortable afterward. But when she said she didn’t love him like that, he stopped and never brought it up again.

Yes, he didn’t initially trust Barristan (a traitor himself, technically) or Daario (a sellsword who has switched sides on more than one occasion and who has proven to be solely into fighting for the money and glory).  Having a reasonable distrust doesn’t mean that he was trying to keep her from other people or that he wanted her to ONLY trust him—but it’s his job as head of her queensguard to protect her and make sure she stays alive.  

Jorah Mormont, as of The Winds of Winter, has been twice exiled, made a slave, managed to get his freedom, and is now actively fighting for Daenerys’s side, even while no one knows where the hell she is.  He could have gone home a number of times but he hasn’t.  Of course he is staying in part because he loves her—but his love for Dany doesn’t negate the actions and decisions he has made as her sworn knight and as (former) Lord Commander of her Queensguard.

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Escalating violence in “Game of Thrones”

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HBO has been criticized in the past for relying on sex and violence to sell their shows. Given the subject matter of A Song of Ice and Fire, a gritty power struggle in a medieval realm with dragons and multiple ongoing wars, “Game of Thrones” was never going to break this mold.

As the show has progressed, though, showrunners/writers Benioff and Weiss have chosen to inject additional violence, especially sexual violence, into a series already rife with brutality. While the widely-condemned rape scene in “Breaker of Chains” has brought a lot of recent attention to this issue, it’s hardly the first example of added violence in the show, and not even the first instance of added violence for the character of Jaime Lannister.

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