Castles of Snow

Welcome to the Vale, home to Lord Petyr Baelish and his 'daughter', Alayne Stone.

Role Play, 18+, Non-Canon

"In the game of thrones, even the humblest pieces have wills of their own."
- Lord Petyr Baelish
Survival 101 2014 by ResetStandby

Survival 101 2014 by ResetStandby

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Weekend Tumblr Request-Little finger sketch by TAG-Ink

Weekend Tumblr Request-Little finger sketch by TAG-Ink

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Histories And Lore: The Vale by Petyr Baelish

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RT @idrawslow New video for our new single VALENTINE featuring the amazing Aidan Gillen

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Some great shots of Aidan Gillen during his recent visit to Triskel by the very talented Izabela Szczutkowska

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Aidan Gillen & Joe Lawlor on @todayfmofficial talking about MISTER JOHN

Aidan Gillen & Joe Lawlor on talking about MISTER JOHN

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Aidan Gillen and Director Joe Lawlor at the preview screening of MISTER JOHN!

Aidan Gillen and Director Joe Lawlor at the preview screening of MISTER JOHN!

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The Note, written and directed by Ciaran Creagh (Parked) stars Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones, Love/Hate) and Ruth McCabe (The Snapper) in the lead roles.
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The Note, written and directed by Ciaran Creagh (Parked) stars Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones, Love/Hate) and Ruth McCabe (The Snapper) in the lead roles.

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George RR Martin on Littlefinger’s Ambition

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Across the developing world, food crops are being destroyed to make way for biofuels. Actor Aidan Gillen (The Wire, Game of Thrones, Love/Hate) travels to Guatemala with Irish development agency Trócaire to meet the Rio Frio community who were evicted off land in the Polochic Valley to facilitate the expansion of a sugarcane plantation. He finds out how European demand for biofuels is resulting in land grabs, higher food prices and hunger.

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