Angel Eyes Posted December 23, 2022 Share Posted December 23, 2022 So in ASOS Tyrion IV, Tywin, annoyed with the neutrality of the Night's Watch, suggests appointing Janos Slynt at Lord Commander as an ally to the Lannisters. Here, Tyrion thinks he should have Janos killed when he sent him up to the Watch like he did Allar Deem. To that point, why didn't Tyrion have Janos killed? At that point there wasn't anything stopping him from doing that and it wouldn't have been a stretch of the imagination if Slynt fell overboard in a storm, which is what indeed happened to Allar Deem. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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