Styr, Magnar of Thenn, by Mike S. Miller. "The Thenns were not like other free folk, though. The Magnar claimed to be the last of the First Men, and ruled with an iron hand.... [T]he Thenns were savage fighters, and...their Magnar was a god to them.... Unlike Jarl and Harma and Rattleshirt, Styr commanded absolute obedience from his men."
Robar Royce by Chris Dien. "Robar Royce fell in beside her....Renly had gifted him with a rainbow cloak and a suit of blood red armor.... 'You are a long way from the Vale, ser. [W]hy have you come? This is not your battle, no more than it is mine.' 'I made it my battle when I made Renly my king.' 'The Royces are bannermen to House Arryn.' 'My lord father owes Lady Lysa fealty, as does his heir. A second son must find glory where he can. A man grows weary of tourneys.'"
Lord Baelish by joscomie. "'Always keep your foes confused. If they are never certain who you are or what you want, they cannot know what you are like to do next. Sometimes the best way to baffle them is to make moves that have no purpose, or even seem to work against you. Remember that...when you come to play the game.' 'What... what game?' 'The only game. The game of thrones.'"
Littlefinger: "You know what I learnt losing that duel? I learnt that I'll never win. Not that way. That's their game, their rules. I'm not going to fight them: I'm going to fuck them. That's what I know, that's what I am, and only by admitting what we are can we get what we want." Ros: "And what do you want?" Littlefinger: "Oh, everything, my dear. Everything there is." #HBO #GameofThrones
Darn you, Uther. Darn you to heck. You knew you would sacrifice a life and it would Ygraine's. But your self righteousness decided it was the sorcerer's fault. And you led the slaughter of them all. Arthur could have lived past 30 if you hadn't. Your paranoia was your downfall.