Adam Targaryen

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About Adam Targaryen

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    Drawing, TV, girls, acting,

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  1. I guess because they come from a tropical rainforest place and have very dark skin. I came to think of Madagascar when reading your question here, of course, because it's an island, but I don't normally imagine them as looking particularly like Madagascians. Probably more like Central or West Africans.
  2. OMG I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT!!! Splendid observation, WTF. I would think Howland definitely cares but maybe Jojen, being a greenseer, knows that certain things have to be. He has a special kind of responsibility, maturity and insight and probably understands that the invasion of Winterfell was necessary for Bran to fulfill his destiny. If he saw it coming, that is.
  3. I think I kind of see them as African
  4. Well yeah, I didn't mean that it was bad
  5. Oh good God haha, yeah I can totally understand what you mean. That's some serious old skool shit. Thankyou once more
  6. Okay thanks but like, how sure are you? What are you basing that on?
  7. I was wondering if anyone knows where the h*ll the arguably most famous version of the Targaryen sigil comes from? You know, this one: http://awoiaf.westeros.org/images/thumb/1/1e/House_Targaryen.svg/250px-House_Targaryen.svg.png and similar versions of it. In case the link doesn't work, it's the one where the dragon forms a circle and has ears, white tongues and white claws. I think you all know which one I mean - It's pretty much the first and most common result that comes up when you google "House Targaryen sigil" and has even been used in canon-context several times, for example on one or several flags in Meereen in the show (like the big flag on top of the pyramid or the flag in the arena when Daenerys flies off on Drogon at the end of season 5, IIRC). As far as I understand, it's in itself an edit of a previous version - the four-legged one. This one: https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/12/123851/2497105-game_of_thrones.targaryen_blog_.jpg. When I did a somewhat clumsy Google image search the oldest picture of the four-legged one (which should reasonably be the original one) was from like October 2010 or something, but I couldn't find out where it came from. Do any of you guys know?? Who's the original artist? And who turned the four-legged original pic into the new two-legged canon one? It would be amazing if it turns out it's some random amateur artist who's had his/her work spread, copied, changed and diluted over the Internet over the years and then one day finds out that it's being used on the show, for official merch products etc.
  8. Hello, haven't really been in here before so sorry if this thread is redundant or anything. I was wondering if anyone knows where the h*ll the arguably most famous version of the Targaryen sigil comes from? You know, this one: http://awoiaf.westeros.org/images/thumb/1/1e/House_Targaryen.svg/250px-House_Targaryen.svg.png and similar versions of it. In case the link doesn't work, it's the one where the dragon forms a circle and has ears, white tongues and white claws. I think you all know which one I mean - It's pretty much the first and most common result that comes up when you google "House Targaryen sigil" and has even been used in canon-context several times, for example on one or several flags in Meereen in the show (like the big flag on top of the pyramid or the flag in the arena when Daenerys flies off on Drogon at the end of season 5, IIRC). As far as I understand, it's in itself an edit of a previous version - the four-legged one. This one: https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/12/123851/2497105-game_of_thrones.targaryen_blog_.jpg. When I did a somewhat clumsy Google image search the oldest picture of the four-legged one (which should reasonably be the original one) was from like October 2010 or something, but I couldn't find out where it came from. Do any of you guys know?? Who's the original artist? And who turned the four-legged original pic into the new two-legged canon one? It would be amazing if it turns out it's some random amateur artist who's had his/her work spread, copied, changed and diluted over the Internet over the years and then one day finds out that it's being used for official merch products and the likes.
  9. Well, honestly I do "know" that. I remember vaguely having heard about House Lannister being a First Men house before and others saying it's mixed and yada yada yada. But Lann's racial identity is actually disputed, if you check out the wiki. Most importantly: How could he have been a First Man when he was blond?? It's super weird to me, everything about him screams Andal.
  10. The Lannisters aren't First Men, nor did they even exist during the Long Night. House Lannister is younger than that.
  11. What do all of the Ironborn lords do all day? Since the Conquest, as far as I understand, they have mostly been forbidden to raid the other kingdoms of Westeros, although they have tried it a few times. The Ironborn lords are all warriors, reavers and rapers as they constantly pride themselves - but on what merits? Sure, a couple of them were active during the Greyjoy Rebellion and some of the older men - like Erik Ironmaker - might have done things in their youth - but besides that there haven't really been any chances of plundering around Westeros from what I understand. I don't think they plunder around Essos or the Summer Isles either, but I could possibly be wrong. So how can the Ironborn lords be considered - and, perhaps more importantly, consider themselves - seafaring warriors, killers and reavers if they haven't done any reaving in their days? And what do the Ironborn lords do all day? Are they out sailing without the reaving part? Do they fight and kill eachother on a regular basis over quarrels (or maybe simply because they like it)? Do they just sit in their halls drinking and reminiscing about the Old Way, which most of them haven't experienced at all apart from one or two wars?
  12. What do all of the Ironborn lords do all day? Since the Conquest, as far as I understand, they have mostly been forbidden to raid the other kingdoms of Westeros, although they have tried it a few times. The Ironborn lords are all warriors, reavers and rapers as they constantly pride themselves - but on what merits? Sure, a couple of them were active during the Greyjoy Rebellion and some of the older men - like Erik Ironmaker - might have done things in their youth - but besides that there haven't really been any chances of plundering around Westeros from what I understand. I don't think they plunder around Essos or the Summer Isles either, but I could possibly be wrong. So how can the Ironborn lords be considered - and, perhaps more importantly, consider themselves - seafaring warriors, killers and reavers if they haven't done any reaving in their days? And what do the Ironborn lords do all day? Are they out sailing without the reaving part? Do they fight and kill eachother on a regular basis over quarrels (or maybe simply because they like it)? Do they just sit in their halls drinking and reminiscing about the Old Way, which most of them haven't experienced at all apart from one or two wars?
  13. Lol I know, it's never mentioned at all, 100 % my own speculation/wishful thinking. Sorry. But it would be really cool
  14. Hoare/Greyjoy, Gardeners, Durrandon/Baratheon, no idea. In general the old houses are way better, cooler and more robust. The old Storm Kings, for example. I do really like House Durrandon, but at the same time I must show my appreciation for the slight Valyrian streak in House Baratheon, even if it's only visible in Steffon Baratheon having had silvery-white stripes in his nightblack hair and beard.
  15. I don't know how long it will be but I don't think it will necessarily end with winter ending. If the winter ends because of a supernatural event, I think this will happen in "A Dream Of Spring", but it's also possible that it's still winter in "A Dream Of Spring", maybe the dream of spring is just a dream.