2 years ago with 225 notes, via davosseaworth, from davosseaworth


got meme → four deaths {3/4} 

 “On her way where?”

“Wherever whores go.” 

2 years ago with 365 notes, via greyjoyss, from greyjoyss


game of thrones meme: four deaths [2/4]

Tywin Lannister

<…> “One simple question, you owe me that much.”
“I owe you nothing.”
“You’ve given me less than that, all my life, but you’ll give me this. What did you do with Tysha?”
He does not even remember her name. “The girl I married.”
“Oh, yes. Your first whore.”
Tyrion took aim at his father’s chest. “The next time you say that word, I’ll kill you.”
“You do not have the courage.”
“Shall we find out? It’s a short word, and it seems to come so easily to your lips.”
<…> Tyrion’s finger clenched. The crossbow whanged just as Lord Tywin started to rise. The bolt slammed into him above the groin and he sat back down with a grunt. The quarrel had sunk deep, right to the fletching. Blood seeped out around the shaft, dripping down into his pubic hair and over his bare thighs. “You shot me,” he said incredulously, his eyes glassy with shock.
“You always were quick to grasp a situation, my lord,” Tyrion said. “That must be why you’re the Hand of the King.”
“You … you are no … no son of mine.”
“Now that’s where you’re wrong, Father. Why, I believe I’m you writ small. Do me a kindness now, and die quickly. I have a ship to catch.”
For once, his father did what Tyrion asked him. The proof was the sudden stench, as his bowels loosened in the moment of death. Well, he was in the right place for it, Tyrion thought. But the stink that filled the privy gave ample evidence that the oft-repeated jape about his father was just another lie.
Lord Tywin Lannister did not, in the end, shit gold.

2 years ago with 50 notes, via narwhalesque, from martinwithaccordionhart

"The best part of Tywin died with her."

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2 years ago with 106 notes, via narwhalesque, from narwhalesque

“Some battles are won with swords and spears, others with quills and ravens.”

“Some battles are won with swords and spears, others with quills and ravens.”