I think she finds her strength in the fact that she is a Stark, and the Starks are very loyal and altogether very strong. She finds her strength in that, and the motivation to see her family again. Just to survive, and to see them again. That’s probably where she finds her strength. And knowing that her parents would want her to go on, to carry on with her head held high. - Sophie Turner
Are we sure that she isn’t ACTUALLY Natalie Dormer’s mother? O.O
what do we say to the god of death?
me: sean bean is that way
The Great Masters had used the pit as a prison. It was large enough to hold five hundred men… and more than ample for two dragons. For how long, though? What will happen when they grow too large for the pit? Will they turn on one another with flame and claw? Will they grow wan and weak, with withered flanks and shrunken wings? Will their fires go out before the end? What sort of mother lets her children rot in darkness?
"Kit was the perfect choice for the campaign — he has an innate confidence and projects a playfully rebellious nature," explained Sandra Choi, Jimmy Choo’s Creative Director. "He has an overtly masculine style that feels effortlessly cool and a great sense of humour, and beneath that intensity he is a true gentleman."
GRRM has written a beautiful growth process of taking a young girl you feel like you want to protect, and then watching her protect herself and grow into her own and turn into a strong woman and leader. And also, the dragons, man! I think the reason she’s such a popular character is the CGI dragons look pretty cool and the magic of them is definitely a quick way of making a character stand out. — Emilia Clarke for AwardsLine