OF DRAGON RIDERS. characters in the same space part i
OF DRAGON RIDERS. characters in the same space part ii
OF DRAGON RIDERS. characters in the same space part iii
"What kind of killer do you think stops to save a dying fish?"
Dark City | 1998
"I would never kill you, not in a million years. You may not be as unique as you thought, but you’re still a work of art, I appreciate art."
Sansa Stark/Elizabeth of York + parallels
Two women who are the eldest surviving daughters of great families fallen from grace. All that is left to them is their names. There is power in their names; in a man being attached to them he may gain all the people that love her just for that name. But yet their names are also their bane; they are not trusted even by those that use them for their own advantage. And this power and distrust is given to them to by tragedy. They have lost fathers and brothers, making them heiresses. How could these losses ever be forgiven? How could they not seek revenge? So therefore their loyalty is questioned. They are wanted for their power, distrusted for their tragedy, and loved, always loved, for their names. (x)
AU: Elizabeth of York as a practitioner of black magic.
I’m enjoying my hatred so much more than I ever enjoyed love. Love is temperamental. Tiring. It makes demands. Love uses you, changes its mind. But hatred, now, that’s something you can use. Sculpt. Wield. It’s hard, or soft, however you need it. Love humiliates you, but hatred cradles you.
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& favorite quotes.