Ürglõvi Posted March 24, 2014 Share Posted March 24, 2014 I think Jaime was naive in his gesture, he didn't even think of scaring Bran into silence or plot anything else, he just did it on the spur of the moment and he did it "for love". At that time he was a total different person, not thinking too much, a very superficial person. As I said above, I rather think Cersei was the one being naive (or purposefully obstinate) with the "scaring into silence" thing. Just how was that supposed to work? "Say, Bran, you better not go running to daddy or else..." what? If anything, it would have made Bran realise he just witnessed something his father absolutely must know about. It's not like they can keep watching him forever, the truth would have come out sooner or later. (And sooner rather than later). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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