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Through the smoke another wedge of armored riders came, on barded horses. Floating above them were the largest banners yet, royal standards as big as sheets; a yellow one with long pointed tongues that showed a flaming heart, and another like a sheet of beaten gold, with a black stag prancing and rippling in the wind. Robert, Jon thought for one mad moment, remembering poor Owen, but when the trumpets blew again and the knights charged, the name they cried was “Stannis! Stannis! STANNIS!"


littlesati:

This is Stannis Baratheon. The man will fight to the bitter end and then some.


Few of the birds that Aemon had sent off had returned as yet. One reached Stannis, though. One found Dragonstone, and a king who still cared. A thousand leagues south, Sam knew, his father had joined House Tarly to the cause of the boy on the Iron Throne, but neither King Joffrey nor little King Tommen had bestirred himself when the Watch cried out for help. What good is a king who will not defend his realm?


And the more we bleed each other, the weaker we shall all be when the real enemy falls upon us. 


notmargaery:

stannis baratheon seem like the kind of guy who would be like ‘that didn’t happen in the books’


blogger’s choice | stannis baratheon or daenerys targaryen
(asked by ironchef5)

"It is not a question of wanting. The throne is mine, as Robert’s heir. That is law. After me, it must pass to my daughter, unless Selyse should finally give me a son. I am king. Wants do not enter into it. I have a duty to my daughter. To the realm. Even to Robert. He loved me but little, I know, yet he was my brother. The Lannister woman gave him horns and made a motley fool of him. She may have murdered him as well, as she murdered Jon Arryn and Ned Stark. For such crimes there must be justice. Starting with Cersei and her abominations. But only starting. I mean to scour that court clean. As Robert should have done after the Trident.”
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stannis meta: (I never bested him at anything)

xylodemon:

Whether the Beach Scene in Walk of Punishment worked for you or not, it did serve to highlight one thing about Stannis that is very true to the books — he is an incredibly lonely person, and he believes everyone in his life will dismiss, reject, or abandon him at some point.

In the Prologue of A Clash of Kings, we meet Maester Cressen, who was the maester of Storm’s End when Stannis was a child. Interestingly, he followed Stannis when Stannis moved his household to Dragonstone after Robert’s Rebellion. During the occupation of Winterfell, Maester Luwin told Theon he served “the realm, and Winterfell,” and he also said “so long as you hold Winterfell, I am bound by oath to give you counsel.” Since maesters are sworn to a keep rather than a family, Cressen’s relocation was unusual, and was likely prompted by the fact that he considered Stannis a son.

Stannis, my lord, my sad sullen boy, son I never had, you must not do this, don’t you know how I have cared for you, lived for you, loved you despite it all? Yes, loved you, better than Robert even, or Renly, for you were the one unloved, the one who needed me most.

Shortly before that passage, he quotes a letter Stannis’ father wrote from Volantis.

We have found the most splendid fool. Only a boy, yet nimble as a monkey and witty as a dozen courtiers. He juggles and riddles and does magic, and he can sing prettily in four tongues. We have bought his freedom and hope to bring him home with us. Robert will be delighted, and perhaps in time he will even teach Stannis how to laugh.

He goes on to say that Patchface never did teach Stannis how to laugh, because he lost his wits in the shipwreck that killed Stannis’ parents.

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