Sand Snake No. 9, on 13 December 2012 - 02:20 AM, said:
Absolutely not -- Tyrion's only interested in a way of getting back at his family and laying his hands on Casterly Rock. Imo, Tyrion will only give Dany advice that advances his own interests and I can see him trying to undermine her other counselors to get ahead. It seems to me that Daario would be a perfect target of Tyrion's nasty wit (assuming he's still alive) and I can see Tyrion going after him and causing all sorts of trouble. I also can't imagine Barristan welcoming the Imp with open arms. I firmly believe that Tyrion was sent to Dany to (1) be killed, because Varys' doesn't want a smart Lannister in Westeros, or (2) to cause chaos in Dany's camp.
If 2 is the case, then how would that explain Illyrio taking Tyrion to Rolly and the half-maester and subsequently Connington and Young Griff? If their plan was to head towards Meereen I don't see how Tyrion causing chaos in Dany's camp would help the two parties get along.
As for Jorah, I don't think he'll die yet. I think it's far more likely that he will (quite possibly literally) stab Barristan in the back. I personally think Barristan signed his literary death warrant when he made his promises to the Dornishmen and the Tattered Prince. Jorah on the other hand needs to survive if only to continue to stir up dissent between the various members of Dany's entourage.