Frey Pie Posted February 15, 2012 Share Posted February 15, 2012 True enough, the Tyrells will have their hands full with the Ironborn, but they are among those who have been more fortunate in this war, unlike the Lannisters. The Westerlands are vunerable from coastal attacks meaning should the Ironborn attack the Westerlands, the damage would be more significant than in a attack to the Reach, who retains much of the naval might.Also Tommen is but a child who'll stamp anything anything put in front of him. At the end of ADWD the small council is dominated by the Tyrells, so effectively they control the Crownlands (especially with the deaths of Kevan & Pycelle). There's a chance that Cersei may regain control of the small council, but it appears Cersei's actions have been almost always been detrimental to both her own house and the realm, all she may do weaken the alliance between the Westerlands & the Reach, by alienating the Tyrells and in doing so, making House Lannister's position more precarious than it already is with Jaime gone, Kevan, Tywin & Joffrey dead and Myrcelle in House Martell's possesion.Yup all fairly true which is why i think Jaime is now key.In his few chapters in Dance he seems to have grown.And iv never understood ironborn hesitation in fighting the west. Robb gave them a huge opportunity in Clash.If Balon had attacked and joined his men to Robbs Casterly would have fell Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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