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Lady Loves Not Found in Song - That_Ghost_Kristoff - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
Everyone knows that King Joffrey may rule the Seven Kingdoms, but it's Queen Robyn than rules him.
Notes:

As at least some of you know, I wrote a story called The Wolf Queen. In it, instead of going the route with genderswapped Robb where she has the exact same story except as a girl, I went the way that was more realistic to Westeros and basically married her off to Joffrey instead of Sansa, which meant Jon was legitimized and became heir. Since she was of legal marrying age and fit all the requirements, they had the ceremony before everything went down that started the war.

But anyway, in that story she gets away not long before poor Ned gets executed by his own sword. I sort of accidently fucked up, though, and made a lot of people ship Robyn and Joffrey, so after a series of requests, here's the story as if she stayed. Beware of a very fucked relationship because Joffrey, if you haven't read the Wolf Queen, it's not what you think.
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Robb_Stark  Trope:Alternate_Universe  Trope:Genderfuck 
april 2015 by rosadina
The Wolf Queen - That_Ghost_Kristoff - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
They aren't Lannisters, they aren't Targaryens. Jon and Robyn are Starks, and they should have known better.
Notes:

For Sunshine_and_Snow.
The only way to make this work means that the background behind Robb's (or Robyn's, whatever) birth is pretty similar to another genderswap called Children of Ice and Snow. But seeing how this is a birthday present for her, that doesn't really matter. The similarities also end there.

So, basically, that means Ned told Cat Jon was Lyanna's, Cat had a series of pregnancies gone wrong, and by the time Arya was born as the third girl, the two of the them decided Robert likes wars too much not to have an heir and legitimized Jon. Two years later they had Bran, but they weren't just going to take that legitimacy away, which puts Jon as Jon Stark, heir of Winterfell, and Robb as the oldest daughter.

Also, unfortunately, one of the direwolves is going to have to be cut from this. My favorite direwolf to be specific, but certain adjustments had to be made.
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Jon_Snow  C:Robb_Stark  Trope:Alternate_Universe  Trope:Genderfuck 
april 2015 by rosadina
Carry That Weight - merryhouse - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
Jon doesn't die with his brother, though there are times when he thinks that such a fate would have been kinder. A triptych of life, death, and what comes after, though not necessarily in that order.

~Modern!AU~
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Jon_Snow  C:Robb_Stark  Trope:Alternate_Universe 
september 2014 by rosadina
Children of Ice and Snow - Sunshine_and_Snow - Game of Thrones (TV), A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin [Archive of Our Own]
Her birthright is a hastily made decision and result of a last resort. Years later they put a crown on her head and call her Queen, and Robbyn learned how to be more than what she's worth a long time ago.

Or, that one where Robb is a girl, madly in love with her brother, and things work out for the better.
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Jon_Snow  C:Robb_Stark  Trope:Alternate_Universe  Trope:Fix-It  Trope:Genderfuck 
september 2014 by rosadina
A Length of Rope - Shayna_Nak - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
Some people, like Daenerys Targaryen or Joffrey Baratheon, are born to rule, whether to prosperity or to ruin.

Robyn Stark was never meant to be Queen, but she can make due with what she has.
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Jon_Snow  C:Robb_Stark  Trope:Amazing  Trope:Genderfuck  Type:Medium_Length  Trope:Alternate_Universe  Trope:Fix-It  Checkforupdates 
august 2014 by rosadina
Sworn Sword - mautadite - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
“Oh, my fair knight…” His sister gathers his hands in her own, kneeling in the dirt. A few feet away, Arya crows her victory to the skies. Sansa cries very prettily, from what Robb can see through his half-lidded eyes. “The villain has slain you!”

Fluff.

~Even the fluff in this fandom breaks me.~
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Arya_Stark  C:Jon_Snow  C:Robb_Stark  C:Sansa_Stark 
august 2014 by rosadina
Wolf Moon - labonsoirfemme - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
Margaery has no intention of being her family’s Elia Martell, nor is she foolish enough to play the dutiful, naïve queen consort and hope to escape with her head intact.
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Margaery_Tyrell  C:Robb_Stark  Trope:Alternate_Universe  Trope:Fix-It 
august 2014 by rosadina
allies in a time of war - L_Cloudy - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV) [Archive of Our Own]
That one AU where Jon goes to war with Robb, and finds out he has more in common with Lady Catelyn than they both expected.
Featuring brotherly bonding, Stark awesomness, and characters not getting killed off. Mostly.
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Jon_Snow  C:Robb_Stark  Trope:Alternate_Universe  Trope:Fix-It  Trope:Family 
july 2014 by rosadina
my watch began - irnan - A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin [Archive of Our Own]
I think, Brandon said once to Daenerys - the first time he showed her their godswood - that it would be more true to say that only life can pay for life. It just depends whether that life is given or taken.

~Robb lives and all the Stark kids are reunited. Happily ever after. I DON'T EVEN CARE~
!F:Game_Of_Thrones  C:Aegon_VI_Targaryen  C:Arya_Stark  C:Daenerys_Targaryen  C:Jon_Snow  C:Robb_Stark  C:Sansa_Stark  Trope:Fix-It  Trope:Family 
july 2014 by rosadina

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