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  1. Jon Snow eats wild beaver

    The future of Jaime and Brienne?

    Hey! Don't laugh, that's plausible!
  2. Jon Snow eats wild beaver

    The future of Jaime and Brienne?

    She can talk...she just has to squeeze her throat closed to croak the words out! Nice touch, GRRM! You know, there is an awful lot of optimism and hope on this thread regarding Jaime and Brienne. That's not the way these things normally go, I have learned from reading. The saying goes, get your character up a tree, then start throwing rocks at them. Whatever is going to befall Brienne and Jaime, I doubt it'll be pleasant. And so much the better. The entire series gets better when seen through the lense of a Jacobian tragedy. I expect dapravity and death. For almost everyone.
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    The future of Jaime and Brienne?

    and yet, when I look at this from Stoneheart's point of view, it looks pretty damning. I mean, the evidence is just too much. Jaime gave her his Lannister valyrian sword for heaven's sakes, reshaped from Ned's sword. She did what she was supposed to with Jaime, and yet, the Lannister debt to the Starks has not been repaid. To add insult to injury, Tyrion married Sansa. The Lannisters owe the Starks a debt that will be repaid in blood. That's where the world has left us. Cat, do your thing! And when you hang im, hang im high! Brienne, you watch. This'll be good. Maybe his eyeballs will pop out.
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    The future of Jaime and Brienne?

    I dunno. Showing up with a battalion at the siege at Riverrun... isn't that the definition of taking up arms? And regarding Tyrion's promise of prisoner exchange with Catelyn and we know how that went. Just like always, the Lannisters got what they wanted, and Catelyn didn't get squat. Do the Lannisters always pay their debts? Really? Hang him, Cat! Brienne, you can watch.
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    The future of Jaime and Brienne?

    I may have to go back and reread but I thought the only reason Brienne got a trial was because of her fight at the Inn. Otherwise they would have just hanged her and her companions. And during the trial, the evidence against her is pretty damning. Intentions aside, in actuality, she didn't do anything for Cat's daughters. She failed, never found the Stark sisters, and Jaime (who got her to do his work) did not pay his debt to Cat. It's like he's forgotten all about it. All he's doing is cleaning up his father's unfinished tasks now. Just like a Lannister. He might try fooling himself into thinking he's changed and now prizes honor, but he's still a Lannister. I hope he gets hanged. Let Lannister blood flow freely in the streets.
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    References and Homages

    The fight between the red viper and Gregor for Tyrion actually reminds me of fight between the six fingered man and Enigo - "Hello. My name is Enigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." "Her name is Illia. You raped her. You killed her. You killed her children." And there was another part that reminds me of the Princess Bride as well: somewhere in the stories, either Dance with Dragons or Feast for Crows, a person offers another person gold, but the guy wants his dead family back, just like Enigo. I'll go back and reread to find the reference.
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