|Catelyn and Sansa by Martina Cecilia|
“Our duty.” Catelyn’s face was drawn as she started across the yard. I have always done my duty, she thought. Perhaps that was why her lord father had always cherished her best of all his children. Her two older brothers had both died in infancy, so she had been son as well as daughter to Lord Hoster until Edmure was born. Then her mother had died and her father had told her that she must be the lady of Riverrun now, and she had done that too. And when Lord Hoster promised her to Brandon Stark, she had thanked him for making her such a splendid match.
|Catelyn Tully by ElinJ|
“I call it weak.” Lord Randyll Tarly had a short, bristly grey beard and a reputation for blunt speech. “No disrespect to you, Lady Stark, but it would have been more seemly had Lord Robb come to pay homage to king himself, rather than hiding behind his mother’s skirts.”“King Robb is warring, my lord,” Catelyn replied with icy courtesy, “not playing at tourney.”(A Clash of Kings, Chapter 22)
“The Starks do not use headsmen. Ned always said that the man who passes the sentence should swing the blade, though he never took any joy in the duty. But I would, oh, yes.” She stared at her scarred hands, opened and closed them, then slowly raised her eyes. (A Clash of Kings, Chapter 55)
|Lady Stoneheart by Elia Fernández|
Lady Stoneheart even feels nothing for Brienne, a woman to whom she'd grown close and respected, when she attempts to hang her as an accused traitor. She and Arya are now more alike than any of the Starks ever were, which is surprising, given how different they had been, how frustrated Catelyn had been raising her, how similar Arya had been to Ned in looks, and how similar Arya had been to the Stark boys. The differences, though, lie in how they both became killers and how they both serve different gods. Catelyn’s heart has been taken from her piece by piece, whereas Arya’s had been given up in order to become an assassin of the Faceless Men. Lady Stoneheart, like Arya had been doing for so long, kills in her own judgment. Arya must now kill for The Many-Faced God; Stoneheart kills for herself, despite being revived due to the power of the R’hllor.
|Mothers by Hailey Schumacher|
“Does Cersei pray to you too, my lady?” Catelyn asked the Mother. She could see the proud, cold, lovely features of the Lannister queen etched upon the wall. The crack was still there; even Cersei could weep for her children. “Each of the Seven embodies all of the Seven,” Septon Osmynd had told her once. There was as much beauty in the Crone as in the Maiden, and the Mother could be fiercer than the Warrior when her children were in danger. Yes... (A Clash of Kings, Chapter 33)
|The Mother (Catelyn) by mustamirri|