jons nissa Posted April 14, 2014 Share Posted April 14, 2014 I've always thought that Tywin must have secretly been quite relieved that Joffrey was dead. Joffrey grown into adulthood with total power was a scary prospect; Joffrey would have had no qualms about killing Lannisters, including Tywin himself. i agree that tywin was worried about joff and must have been relieved somewhat at his death given there was a second son to assume the throne. but there was the sharp lesson he was planning on teaching joff. i've always wondered about that but sharp lesson or not, in the end, tywin would have lost control of joffrey given his trajectory. Selyse: Their souls are with our Lord now. Their sins are burned away. Did you see?Davis: I'm sure they're more than grateful, my Queen.And, uh . . . Was Mel sitting at the head of the table facing Stannis? as jon said, we all know who stannis' real queen is. Also, that whole convo with Bran about how he'll forget Winterfell and his familiy if he stays in his wolf for too long made me worry about Jon...I think the personality changes in him after he's resurrected are going to be more drastic than some people are anticipating. Maybe some Lord Beric style memory problems. i'm worried about jon too. i always expected jon's personality to change but i wonder if there haven't been a few hints that he might live in ghost too long and become a shadow of what he was. Was it just me or did the blood drain from Brienne's face as Cersei continued to stare at her silently? Then you have Jaime glancing over at them and probably thinking "OMG every fantasy I ever wanted!!!" i kind of thought those glances from jaime showed worry and i doubt it was cersei he thought was getting harassed. and yes, poor brienne, but i don't believe cersei had enough on her to make that claim so she was clearly fishing and brienne bit. poor girl. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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