Robert’s Rebellion (282AL - 283AL)
He has the potential to be such an interesting, compassionate man. But he’s been so terribly wounded, inside and out, and it’s only his outside scars that anyone’s tried to fix.
“We both know the unreality of taking a life, of people who die when we have no other choice. We know in those moments they are not flesh, but light and air and colour.”
Portrait of a Heart by Christian Schloe
“Win the crowd, and you’ll win your freedom.” – Gladiator (2000)
And then I met a man called The Doctor. A man who could change his face.
Elizabeth hardly ever mentioned her mother, but a locket-ring she wore says more than a million words ever could: inside the ring was a picture of Elizabeth and her mother, Anne Boleyn.
Emily Blunt photographed by Michelangelo Di Battista
Soft-spoken sweet-smelling Sansa, who loved silks, songs, chivalry and tall gallant knights with handsome faces.
She was an exquisite painter. She made her living restoring Renaissance paintings for art museums. She travelled extensively because of her work. She was…highly intelligent, optimistic about the human condition. Usually consider it a sign of stupidity but with Irene it seemed…almost convincing. She was, to me, The Woman. To me, she eclipsed and predominated the whole of her gender. The only one I ever—