sweetsunray Posted January 28 Share Posted January 28 3 minutes ago, the trees have eyes said: But this is long after Tyrion returned to KL quite safe and sound. If he was still a prisoner in The Eyrie I could see why she might want to hide it from him but not at the time Jaime talks to her. At that point Tyrion is a convicted regicide and parricide and Cersei asks Jaime to kill him for her. I don't see her worrying about his reaction to her having put Tyrion at risk, however inadvertently. And after all she would have been protecting Jaime and herself by trying to get rid of the witness to their incest. Jaime is seeking for a justification why Tyrion would murder Joffrey. She knows Jaime has a fondness and weakness for Tyrion that is in her opinion irrational. 5 minutes ago, the trees have eyes said: your son is murdered by your partner's brother. Are you really going to worry your partner might get angry with you over something you may have done that put him at risk a few years ago or are you going to be cursing that he wasn't killed before he could harm your son? If your partner is more angry about you accidentally putting his brother at risk (he survived unharmed) than he is about the murder of your son you are 100% getting a new partner. I'm not a narcissist, not a pathological liar and don't have a brother who's always had my other brother's back. You approach Cersei as a rational normal person. She isn't. She never was. LynnS 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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