A man who reads lives a thousand lives
asthewheelturns:

Nynaeve and Lan - Wheel of Time by endave
ybranchhollow:

When you burn up a sun, makes no difference say goodbye ♫

Doctor Who <3

ybranchhollow:

When you burn up a sun, makes no difference say goodbye ♫

Doctor Who <3

Rand al&#8217;Thor leads his army in a military campaign against the Seanchan, in Altara

Rand al’Thor leads his army in a military campaign against the Seanchan, in Altara

I’ve come to give you your gift back, Mordeth," Cauthon whispered. "I consider our debt paid in full.
A Memory of Light (via peopleofthedragon)
three-degrees-below-social:

"Dovie’andi se tovya sagain."           (“It’s time to toss the dice.”)

three-degrees-below-social:

"Dovie’andi se tovya sagain."
           (“It’s time to toss the dice.”)

On a day of fire and blood, a tattered banner waved above Dumai&#8217;s wells, bearing the ancient symbol of Aes Sedai. On a day of fire and blood and the one power, as prophecy had suggested, the unstained tower, broken, bent knee to the forgotten sign. The first nine Aes Sedai swore fealty to the Dragon Reborn, and the world was changed forever. -Battle of Dumai&#8217;s Wells.

On a day of fire and blood, a tattered banner waved above Dumai’s wells, bearing the ancient symbol of Aes Sedai. On a day of fire and blood and the one power, as prophecy had suggested, the unstained tower, broken, bent knee to the forgotten sign. The first nine Aes Sedai swore fealty to the Dragon Reborn, and the world was changed forever.

-Battle of Dumai’s Wells.

We rode on the winds of the rising storm,
We ran to the sounds of the thunder.
We danced among the lightning bolts,
and tore the world asunder.
Rand al’Thor, the Dragon Reborn

Well, as people will know from the book, he’s the leader of the dwarves, a king who is on a mission to reclaim his kingdom. But Tolkien really wrote him as quite a cantankerous and bad-tempered being, and we’re trying to just soften the edges of that — there is going to be a point where he goes into meltdown in the second film. I’m trying to keep him as well-rounded as I can, so that you don’t just roll your eyes every time he opens his mouth because he’s got something bad-tempered to say. I’m really trying to find his sense of humour, despite the fact there’s quite a big weight on his shoulders. - Richard Armitage