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What Color Is Your Inner Fire?

Here the different colours of the wolves represent the contrasting characters of hamlet and Horatio. Hamlet is bawdy, a leader and quick to react, whereas Horatio is a follower, thinker and quiet. the wolves also show pack mentality, which relates to the way that Hamlet and Horatio always have a plan together and are mostly together.

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Imbolc – Brighit – Candlemas – St. Brigid’s Day

Scathach (skah-thahgh), the warrior-woman risen to divinity, is the Gaelic goddess of the dead, those slain in battle and the passage of the dead to Tir Nan Og. Once mortal, she was touched by the Tuatha de Dannan in a way usually only seen in the Sidhe. In her duties, she is similar to the Valkyrie of the Norse.


game of thrones The Blackwater Rush artwork | Battle of Blackwater Bay From A Clash of Kings :


The one and only Tyrion Lannister ~ masterfully portrayed by Pete Dinklage


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Battle of Blackwater Bay - Loras in Renly's armor arrives at kings landing


Margaery Baratheon née Tyrell Status: Alive Last seen 2.20. During the reward ceremony for the heroes of the Battle of Blackwater, Margaery (virgin widow of King Renly Baratheon) becomes King Joffrey's new betrothed as he casts Sansa Stark aside. Father: Mace Tyrell (Warden of the South) Mother: Alerie Tyrell née Hightower Betrothed to: King Joffrey Baratheon Origin: Highgarden Portrayed by: Natalie Dormer

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Game of Thrones concept art provides a raven's eye view of Westeros and beyond

The visuals in Game of Thrones keep blowing us away — and now we have a glimpse of the process that's created them. Concept artist Kimberley Pope has posted dozens and dozens of her designs for seasons one and two.

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Viking Invasions: Battle of Maldon

When Me 109E-4 Black Chevron was shot down by P/O David M Crook of No 609 Squadron RAF in Spitfire Mk I PR-L into Pool Harbour at 16.10 on 13 August 1940, the mangled wreckage was pulled out of the water by local boatmen and displayed in a sports ground with parts being sold off for 6d a piece to raise funds for the local Spitfire Fund. Uffz Wilhelm Hohenseldt of 2/JG53 bailed out badly wounded and could not give much information, except that he had been attacked at 18,000ft.