A century after the Doom of Valyria, and three hundred years
before the present day, the Targaryen host landed upon Westeros,
with Aegon the Conqueror, his sisters Visenya and Rhaenys, and
their dragons at its head. The dragons were named for the old
gods of Valyria—Balerion the Black Dread, whose teeth were long
as swords, and his sisters Meraxes and Vhagar. (x)

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Who are the badass women that inspire you? Lena Headey, who plays Cersei on Game of thrones.

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targaryensrhaegar:

fire and blood; visenya targaryen

Visenya often braided her hair or bound it up in rings, while Rhaenys wore hers loose and flowing. Both are warriors and dragonriders in their own rights, but their personalities are much different. Visenya is both stern and sensual, more voluptuous than her sister, more passionate, but with a dark and unforgiving side. (…)Rhaenys is the flirt, Visenya the seductress. Although they share their brother Aegon between them, they compete for him too, each in her own way. The sisters would be likely to wear jewels and clothing that reflected the dragon and fire motifs.

Visenya is the most likely of the two to garb herself as a warrior, and when so garbed, she would wield the Valyrian longsword Dark Sister, whose slender blade is designed for a woman’s hand. (x)

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wellcometothedarkside:

Jared and Jensen at '14 Summer TCA Tour {portrait session}

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gif meme: the doctor & rose + colours abound (requested by riversmelodyy)

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your grace is wasted in your face, your boldness stands alone among the wreck

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aang + awkwardness

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element-of-change:

Katara Rain Parallel

From the first to the last book, this parallel shows us not only how Katara developed remarkably as a Waterbender but also how her journey delivered her from the most innocuous, fun times to the darkest reaches of her psyche.

Luckily her vigilance and love of life brought her back from that brink…I just appreciate the contrast in the only two examples of Katara (or any Waterbender for that matter) manipulating rain.

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