Sci-2 Posted November 29, 2011 Share Posted November 29, 2011 From his POV, she wanted to be his whore all along and cheated him and testified against him out of pure greed.But do you see that there is some evidence that shows Tyrion deludes himself as to how the relationship really is between him and Shae?Mind you, I went back and looked over some of the parts with Shae, and she does encourage Tyrion by saying things like "I don't mind being your whore". But then, as Fred pointed out, given that she was brought in by knife point she might not be sure what she's supposed to say to stay safe.I actually do think Martin gave us enough rope for Tyrion to hang himself, but it is hard not to read the text and feel Shae is also being deceptive/manipulative. I just agree with Fred that Tyrion's self deception is what led him to commit murder.(I'm also not sure how the word murder doesn't apply) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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