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23 May 2019
A victory. At what cost? Jon sees through his plan.
Fandoms: Game of Thrones (TV), A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Barsoom - Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter (2012), Barsoom & Related Fandoms
28 Oct 2020
“Lothar,” said the old man, apparently the self-appointed king, “do you not know this bitch? The Starks have sent us Dejah Thoris. You have before you the Queenslayer, who killed two queens, two dragons and murdered my son Black Walder. But she also murdered Sansa Stark, Arya Stark, Bran Stark and Jon Snow. She’s killed more Starks than we have. Heh.”
We looked at one another silently for a brief moment, until finally I tired of the game and spoke.
“I am indeed Dejah Thoris of House Mormont,” I said loudly. “And you should not have called me ‘bitch’.”
“You think to avenge the Starks.”
“Fuck the Starks,” I said, relishing every word. “You murdered my sister, Lady Dacey Mormont. In the name of my House I have come to kill you, your family and all of your retainers.”
“I know who you are,” he rattled. “We were warned of your coming.”
“Perhaps you should have shared this warning with your guards.”
John Carter and Dejah Thoris of the Burroughs novels are mis-directed to the world of Game of Thrones, fulfilling two separate prophecies. Carter is a Confederate officer; his ideas might be considered unenlightened. Dejah is very good at killing people, but she feels bad about it.
26 Oct 2020
Westeros comes apart at the seams after the destruction of King's Landing and the death of Daenerys Targaryen. Jon Snow departs to Beyond the Wall, where winter no longer holds sway over the land, running from his name, his heritage, and his duty.
But when a new threat rises from across the sea, and forces him to come back to everything he'd thought he'd escaped from, he learns that Alliser Thorne was right: Jon is destined to fight their battles forever.
Takes place after season 8, with three major divergences: Rhaenys/Aegon live, Jon is named Aemon Targaryen, and Bran does not become King; rather, Westeros splits into independent kingdoms.
Fandoms: Game of Thrones (TV)
25 Oct 2020
When Jon Snow commits treason and plunges his blade into Daenerys' breast, the Lord of Light is not finished with Azor Ahai. Drogon lands in Volantis--Quaithe mysteriously arrives to guide Kinvara. By sacrifice, amid smoke and fire and blood, Daenerys again takes breath, damaged and twisted by her death, but remembering three cardinal convictions, three objectives to guide a second chance at life: Liberty, Revenge, and Family. The world overturns in War, and a young girl from the aristocracy of Old Volantis is challenged by her family's ancient connection to the Dragon Queen. This story is beta-read and directly contributed to by Wardown, and inspired by discussions with him, as well as a request to Wardown by Morrika. Chapters in which Wardown contributes with full scenes are attributed as such.
Will update on Sundays going forward.