You've always hated him!
Hated him?! I worshipped him! Every girl in the Seven Kingdoms dreamed of him, but he was mine by oath. And when I finally saw him on our wedding day in the Sept of Baelor, lean and fierce and black-bearded, it was the happiest moment of my life.And that night, he crawled on top of me, stinking of wine, and did what he did - what little he could do … and whispered in my ear, "Lyanna". Your sister was a corpse, I was a living girl, and he loved her more than me!
And with this one, I completed my series of interpretation of scenes I took from the books. See you with more GoT or ASoIaF fan pieces of mine in the future!
oh, heck this is good, I mean i've read the books and after the Mad King is dead people must have been optimistic ~ the Royal nutter/podonach/amadan is dead, we've got a king who doesn't burn people and their families alive
I've always wondered if the author got the idea for the "Mad King" from George III or from King Erik of Sweden who one day begged a courtier for forgiveness and then later had him and his relatives killed, he also had his childhood tutor executed when he tried to calm Eric.