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
30 Oct 2021
I returned to the passenger compartment and took the dying Tara into my arms. Kantos Kan lifted the flyer from the red sands, now gray in the darkness, as soon as Heru and Beth had stepped out of the door.
“Concentrate on the blue planet,” I told them. “Wish to be there, with me, with our family.”
Beth put her arm around my waist and pressed against me. Heru did the same. I felt the familiar tug that seemed to reach through my entire body, and saw the brightly-lit tunnel-like structure. And then without warning I crashed to the ground amid strange green bushes. Tara remained in my arms, Beth and Heru alongside me, their arms still entwined with mine.
“Where in all the hells are we?” Beth said aloud.
“I do not know,” I said. “I have never seen any place like this.”
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.
Updates at least once per month.
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.