Asha (Yara in Game of Thrones) Greyjoy visits the lead character of the Gastar novellas to discuss the the actions of her ancestors and the fate of her family.
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Catelyn Stark meets with the lead character of the Gastar novellas. A tall wingless demon stood outside of Shevata’s hideout in Hell; a comfortable apartment with gilded velvet furniture. A desk stood in the middle for some bookkeeping and the few rejections Zermon had her review before exiling souls from eternal doom. “She’s waiting inside.” […]
Shevata leaned back on the armrest of the obsidian throne. “Zermon, no more savages!”
“I’ll remind you that you released the last one?” Zermon rolled his eyes looking over a short man brought before them in chains.
“If you want to drop this one in the pit, then do it.” Shevata attempted to jump down to leave, but Zermon held her back.
“No, little devil. Let’s meet this man.” He handed her the scroll. She glanced a scowl as she unrolled it and read
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The Bastard of Bolton has Theon Greyjoy in a bad way in “A Song of Ice and Fire” and “Game Of Thrones.” Let’s see if the lead characters in the Gastar novellas can help Theon out a bit. “Are you kidding me?” Zermon lumbered behind Shevata as she turned the lock of the gate behind […]