Rose Leslie during the Game of Thrones panel and Q&A at Comic Con (2014)
Natalie Dormer, Comic Con/ Entertainment Weekly, 2014
What if the wolves come?
I’ve been a rabid fan of things before, but I have to detach myself. I remember when I was watching “The Sopranos” I got ill. It had already all come out and I had all the box sets and I found myself watching it non-stop. I had the liberty of time on my side. At one point I was halfway through season 4, I think, and I got out of bed - where I was watching it - and went to the fridge, and I opened the fridge like Tony Soprano did. I was eating like him. And it’s that sort of investment that I’ve spent so much time watching this character that - not intentionally at all - I was acting like him. (x)
“A toast ! To the proud Lannister children.”
Somewhere far off she heard a wolf howling. It wasn’t very loud compared to the camp noise and the music and the low ominous growl of the river running wild, but she heard it all the same. Only maybe it wasn’t her ears that heard it.
You are Arya of Winterfell, daughter of the North. You told me you could be strong. You have the wolf blood in you.
→ Favorite books → Fake Book covers: The pre Asoiaf series exposing the events of the Dance of the Dragons: “The rogue prince” and “the princess and the queen”. by G.R.R. Martin
"A callow youth, always smiling, skilled with a bow; it was hard to imagine him as Lord of Winterfell."