Weirwoods

The gods the children worshipped were the nameless ones that would one day become the gods of the First Men – the innumerable gods of the streams and forests and stones. It was the children who carved the weirwoods with faces, perhaps to give eyes to their gods so that they might watch their worshippers at their devotions.

– George R. R. Martin, E. M. García Jr. & L. Antonsson: The World of Ice and Fire – Ancient History – The Dawn Age

Weirwood Tree: Game of Thrones digital fan art by Benco42

Weirwood Tree: Game of Thrones digital fan art by Benco42

 

Sor Kevan

— Morto. Está morto.

— Não. — A voz do eunuco pareceu mais grave. — Está aqui.

Kevan Lannister by cabins

Kevan Lannister
by cabins

George R. R. Martin: A Dança dos Dragões – Epílogo

Khal Jhaqo

Enquanto o céu ocidental ficava da cor de uma nódoa negra, ouviu o som de cavalos que se aproximavam.

Daenerys Targaryen and her dragon Drogon, as Khal Jhaqo found them. © Feliche

Daenerys Targaryen and her dragon Drogon, as Khal Jhaqo found them. © Feliche

George R. R. Martin: A Dança dos Dragões – Daenerys (X)

Então escolheram a guerra

Assim seja. Sor  Barristan sentiu‐se estranhamente aliviado. A guerra era algo que compreendia.

Barristan Selmy - GoT by thegryph

Barristan Selmy – GoT
by thegryph

George R. R. Martin: A Dança dos Dragões – A Mão da Rainha

Punhais na noite

Quando o terceiro punhal o atingiu entre as omoplatas, soltou um grunhido e caiu de cara na neve. Não chegou a sentir a quarta faca.

Depiction of The Stabbing of Jon Snow by Conor Campbell©

Depiction of The Stabbing of Jon Snow by Conor Campbell©

George R. R. Martin: A Dança dos Dragões – Jon (XIII)

Rhaegal

Quando ergueu o chicote, viu que estava a arder.

Rhaegal fatally burnt Prince Quentyn Martell in the dragon pit - by Marc Fishman ©

Rhaegal fatally burnt Prince Quentyn Martell in the dragon pit – by Marc Fishman ©

George R. R. Martin: A Dança dos Dragões – O domador de dragões