Sigismondo Malatesta of Rimini had two of his wives murdered: one poisoned, the other suffocated. Francesca Manfredi of Faenza lured her husband into her bedchamber on the pretext of being unwell and had him stabbed there by concealed assassins; when they bungled the job she coolly stepped forward, a fifteenth-century Lady Macbeth, and finished him off with a dagger thrust in the stomach. In July of 1500, in a bloodbath known as ‘the Red Wedding’, half the feuding Baglioni family of Perugia murdered the other half in their beds
ASOIAF may be more medievalish, but I think there might be some other relevant parallels in my favourite period :D
I mean, just a guess
anghraine said: this is not a Baratheon appreciation blog so we’re all good :P
I actually love Stannis and I like my Steffon headcanons (cute Targ cousins are fine by me) but I’m not a Robert or Renly fan at all
as a house, whatever. I mean they were founded by a Targ bastard and Summerhall was in their realm and so on, can’t blame the whole house for Robert being such a piece of crap u know
(I promise I don’t actually decide which houses I like based on Targaryen loyalty >__>)
I am at once a Lannister and Targaryen stan and pretty much decide entirely based on that :P
anghraine replied to your photoset “laughing”
hahahaHAHAHA your tags omg. if Sansa had a brother like Cesare there would be so many dead people in Westeros. I WOULD REGRET NOTHING.
but yes im still laughing at his choice of words i know I am the one being silly but
You laugh, but read this fic once, already. Cesare was destined to the Faitth and goes to King’s Landing. Joffrey takes a liking to him and Cesare does not approve of how he treats his fiancée Sansa and becomes protective of her. I don’t think it went anywhere but I liked the premise.
huh, interesting! I should have known it existed already, lol
I don't remember if you've seen it - so 'A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones'
Starks are hard to kill
(…I’ve read most of it and seen it :P)
all the ASOIAF fancasts based on Borgias stuff
feels good, feels right