April 15, 2019

#AtoZchallenge— M is for— Moon Door

From the Shadow Lands of Asshai to the Shores of Dragonstone and the frozen lands beyond the Wall comes the 10th anniversary of the AtoZ challenge...
I like the concept of the Moon Door. I thought it was for doling out punishment on criminals and serving justice to prisoners but I was wrong. Sky-cells were for criminals, moon doors are for anyone and everyone. I think the moon door is a pretty clever way to die in Game of Thrones

The Moon Door — a hole in the floor of The High Hall that sends unwanted visitors “flying” to their deaths, violently shattering their panicked bodies into thousands of tiny pieces 600 feet below on beautiful Tarthian marble. A truly elegant brand experience. And cheap — it’s just a hole.House Arryn

Can you guess who the letter is?

M is for "The Red Woman". M is a red priestess of R'hllor and a shadowbinder, hailing from the city of Asshai in the Further East of Essos. She has joined the court of Lord Stannis Baratheon of Dragonstone, believing him to be Azor Ahai reborn, a hero destined to defeat the Great Other(the white walkers Night King). She has become an influential advisor to him and his family

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  1. Where do you find those beautiful dressed letters? Do you draw them? Always so close to the caracteres!

    1. They are fabulous aren't they. I did give credit in my theme reveal to where I got my letters from. Mike Baboon's Designs

    2. Wow, pretty! But now I know for Z... ;))

  2. Every time someone stood anywhere near the Moon Door, I felt a lot of anxiety :D It's not really safe for a place that has a child running around... but then again, that was the point :D

    The Multicolored Diary


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