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How does Tyrion and Tysha fit into the time line?

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Tyrion was born on 273AC and wed when he was 13 on 286AC. Jaime was born on 266AC and joined the KG on 281AC, Joffrey was born on 286AC and we know Jaime was there (and probably didn’t leave her side for the entire pregnancy).

 

So how did Jaime found himself out and about hundreds of miles away while on KG duty, we know he stayed for the entire marriage (a fortnight), and with traveling time he must have been away from KL for some 2 months. 

Am I the only one this doesn’t make sense to? KG knights hardly leave the king and Jaime wouldn’t leave Cersei with Robert during her pregnancy, there’s a little time glitch here

 

 

Edit: damn wrong board. Mods can you move this to the general forum?

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It seems that Joffrey's birthday is very early in the year, like in January or February, and Tyrion's birthday is much later. So, when Joffrey was born, in the beginning of 286, Tyrion was still 12. Months later Tyrion turned 13, and some time after that, he married with Tysha. By that time Joffrey was several months old, maybe even as old as 6+, so Jaime could have left Cersei's side, especially if Tywin asked him to come home, for whatever reason.

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On 7/7/2019 at 7:07 PM, hnv said:

Tyrion was born on 273AC and wed when he was 13 on 286AC. Jaime was born on 266AC and joined the KG on 281AC, Joffrey was born on 286AC and we know Jaime was there (and probably didn’t leave her side for the entire pregnancy).

 

So how did Jaime found himself out and about hundreds of miles away while on KG duty, we know he stayed for the entire marriage (a fortnight), and with traveling time he must have been away from KL for some 2 months. 

Am I the only one this doesn’t make sense to? KG knights hardly leave the king and Jaime wouldn’t leave Cersei with Robert during her pregnancy, there’s a little time glitch here

 

 

Edit: damn wrong board. Mods can you move this to the general forum?

Tyrion was born in 273 AC, which means he turned 13 in 286 AC, and was 13 for some time in 287 AC as well. His marriage to Tysha could have occurred in either of those two years, as long as he had not yet turned fourteen in 287 AC.

Joffrey is born early in 286 AC, but where in the year Tyrion's  birthday is, is unknown. Regardless, plenty of opportunity for Jaime to have been at CR after Joff's birth. 

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