2 Works in Lannister Soldier played by Ed Sheeran
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
18 Oct 2020
Seeing me hesitate, the woman advanced. I saw the golden-haired handmaiden Doreah leap forward from behind her and snake her arm around the woman’s upper chest. My opponent arched her back and her eyes became very wide. Doreah whispered “I’m sorry,” and released her.
The hilt of the steel whip rolled out of her fingers. She slowly sank to her knees and looked up at me. She was beautiful, and I fancied that in other circumstances we would have been friends, perhaps even lovers. But instead she would now die.
“Tell John Carter,” she whispered, “tell my beloved husband that my final thoughts were of him, my final regret the child I could not give him. Tell him that I died recalling my love for him. Before you kill me, Dejah Thoris, promise me this.”
She had received orgasm from my husband, a gift he had denied to me.
“I will tell him nothing,” I said, and drove my sword through her heart.
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.
29 Apr 2020
In which Ed Sheeran discovers that his Game of Thrones character has been ignored, and has a bad reaction.
Submitted (late) for International Fanworks Day 2020.