Fandoms: Game of Thrones (TV), A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Barsoom - Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter (2012)
25 Mar 2020
“I’m going to enjoy killing you, Doreah,” Tyene said. “I’ve wanted to ever since that first moment I saw you and knew that you and Calye were Carter’s sperm catchers. This bitch’s lover killed Calye, but I’m glad she left you for me.”
“All of you talk far too much,” I said. “And you should not have called me ‘bitch’.”
I seemed to say this often, shortly before killing the person who had offended me. Arianne drew a long knife with a slight curve to its blade and smiled at Doreah.
“Do you,” I asked her, “likewise have something dramatic to say?”
“Doreah killed Rastifa and Lynesse,” she said. “You murdered Daenerys and Lord Tyrion. My husband told me to enjoy killing you both. I plan to, bitch.”
I thought to correct her, but as it did not matter, I shook my head. All four of these chattering women would be corpses soon enough.
John Carter and Dejah Thoris of the Burroughs novels are mis-directed to the world of Game of Thrones, fulfilling two separate prophecies. Carter is a Confederate officer; his ideas might be considered unenlightened. Dejah is very good at killing people, but she feels bad about it.
Fandoms: Barsoom - Edgar Rice Burroughs, Barsoom & Related Fandoms, John Carter (2012), Game of Thrones (TV), A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin
06 Feb 2020
"You wished for the deaths of Arya Stark, Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow when we viewed the 'Game of Thrones' program from Jasoom. Do not deny what you know to be true. This story fulfills your wishes. You are your own Mary Sue, Dejah Thoris."
"I am not!" I said, petulantly slapping my hand on the table before me. "Many people of both planets will have wished for the death of Jon Snow. He is portrayed by a stone-faced actor who can say no more than 'Yarmuh kweeeen,' whatever in the name of Iss that might mean. The acrobatic skills of Arya Stark are not believable, such are not taught to assassins. It is she who is the Mary Sue, not I."
In which Thuvia of Ptarth discovers an embarrassing secret.
Submitted in response to the prompt: "characters discovering fanworks about themselves."