You can still trust the Tumblr twats to provide fun and amusement, it seems.
Bexibitch…Daario is not described as a “PoC” in the books. For example, when Dany compares him to Jorah, it is said that he is “fair where Ser Jorah was swarthy”.
There was a claim that the casting breakdown was asking for any ethnicity but white. A claim. Nothing more. It could have been made up. And if it wasn’t? Well, then they changed their mind and cast the character more appropriately. Yay for that!
But either way, it doesn’t matter, because there is nothing in the books that suggests he is a “PoC”. I don’t give a shit about what they may invent for that travesty of a show that has that fucking Talisa twat on it, to name but one atrocity.
Or did you mean his blue hair and gold mustachios? Yes, that must be it. I guess that makes him a person of a different colour?
In short, you’re wrong, so just fuck off with your blatant trolling, which you even admit to on your tumblr. :)
Brb, changing my url to “Bexibitch”
might make some Ramsay woobie graphics in the near future
BORN READY FOR THE BOLTONS’ TAGS IN SEASON 3
More than one way to skin a Greyjoy
He deserves it considering what he did to House Frey
He deserves it considering what he did to House Frey.
And the tumblr in question disappears. Evidence for or against “houndgirrl” being the troll and making up these claims about an email from me? Or did she perhaps get more messages claiming to be from me but sent by the real trolls?
Either way, amusing. Especially the part where all these little…
I am sort of loving Linda right now.
D.B. Weiss announced that a character who lives in the books will die this season?
- Why would you risk a change like that when the series isn’t finished?
He did not say that. I’ve watched the interview. He said vaguely that people who “made it through the books may not make it through the series.” He was discussing how we can’t assume that there won’t be surprises for us book fans. So, he did not announce that. At all.
I guess other interpretations would be that
A) A character that dies in a future book will be killed off earlier
B) they’ll do something shocking by killing a character off which ultimately won’t deviate TOO much from the framework of the books
C) They know the endgame, so they can MAYBE afford to do A); like if the character dies in WoW or ADoS they might kill them off early.
They might not do that because it would be a spoiler if that actually happens and the books haven’t come out yet. BUT, we wouldn’t KNOW it was a spoiler if it was pre-release for those books, which it likely will be the case given GRRM’s track-record writing the books.
In conclusion, it is fun to predict these sorts of these and read into snippets from interviews, but who the hell knows what’s going to actually happen. I trust D&D, so if they do something shocking, I will most likely be on board.
In fact, do it. DO. IT. I want to be shocked, scandalized, amazed and outraged. I want to know that all bets are off and that at some point, in some episode down the line, something will happen differently from in the books and I and the rest of this fandom can lose our shit. I look forward to it.
Do not disappoint me, D&D, for you have yet to do so
o wait what about Drogo’s pyre and Tyrion’s battlescene and Shae and Peter’s accent and changing Cersei’s character to make her more likeable and jon snow being a massive bitch
From the latest Land’s End catalog.
Coincidence? Trollish photo editor/A Storm of Swords fan? You decide.