5 Works in Petyr Baelish/Catelyn Stark/Lysa Tully Arryn
Significant player of the twisted game of thrones, but broadly unknown. What was his life like before he become an important part of the royal court? Forget Littlefinger for a while. Who actually was Petyr Baelish, the man who created this dangerous figure?
Fandoms: A Song of Ice and Fire & Related Fandoms, A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV)
10 Mar 2017
The singers love to sing of good men forced to go outside the law to fight some wicked lord, yet not all songs are sung true. We all heard the stories. How the beautiful noble Rhaegar Targaryen had stolen our King’s lady love from under his nose. Did numerous vile things to her. How Robert started a war to get back his beloved; slew the Last Dragon. Yet, she died anyway. That’s what the bards will tell you. Just how beautifully tragic it was when it was anything but.
Within every song you hear, there’s a speckle of real truth hidden within the lies we desperately want to believe. You think you know a story. But you only know how it ends. To get to the heart of the story, you must go back to the beginning.
- Part 1 of Of Songs and Dreams
Fandoms: Game of Thrones (TV)
15 Jan 2017
When Robb Stark hears the infamous Hound is in a tent, in Riverrun, threatening his wife Talisa he imagines the worst. He had no idea how limited his imagination really was: things are so much worse than he could have imagined.
Sansa is aged up to Seventeen.
17 Apr 2016
She was young enough to pass as his daughter, early twenties at most, but that was quite obviously not the case. Mr Running-for-Prime-Minister looked at her like he’d had nothing but bread and water for years and she was an exquisite five-course meal, but she didn’t seem to care about that. Again, the way she smiled – it looked well-practised, not necessarily dishonest, though. He couldn’t make any sense of it.
- Budding journalist Willas Tyrell is supposed to write about Sansa Stark, lover of Prime Minister candidate Petyr Baelish, and delves deep into the incomprehensible tragedy of their past. Some people cannot be saved, and some don't even want to be. -
The Tumblestone was Catelyn's favourite, with its quiet pools interspersed with the little waterfalls that gave it its name.