Tyrion vs Jaime? A history of the Game of Thrones Lannister brothers and their relationship
Jaime and Cersei Lannister are the eldest children and twins born to Tywin and Early on, the relationship was purely experimentation, but soon culminated into Even so he does not immediately lose hope, and decides to test the waters. As of the start of Clash of Kings, we have no proof that Jaime and Cersei's relationship and its results are known to any but a handful of people. Cerseis relationship with her parents reminds me Arianne and Doran. Lord Tywin was often away in King's Landing when she and Jaime.
While Cersei was as unpleasant to the child Tyrion as she is the adult, Jaime took greater pity on him. According to George RR Martin's books, upon which the HBO series is based, Jaime was the only family member who "had ever shown [Tyrion] the smallest measure of affection or respect, and for that Tyrion was willing to forgive him most anything". Jaime enjoys the company of Tyrion in season one Despite the dramatic events of Game of Thrones, and Jaime's continued affections towards Cersei, with whom he maintains an incestuous relationship, the eldest Lannister brother is often portrayed as kind and protective over Tyrion.
In one of the first of few scenes where all three grown children are shown together, Jaime jokes with Tyrion, while Cersei chastises him for foul languageafter he tells them he will travel north to the Wall. The brothers aren't reunited until season four, when Tyrion wryly comforts him about having a prosthetic metal hand, before setting him up with Bronna mercenary loyal to the Lannisters who will re-train the former Kingslayer with discretion.
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It's a tumultuous time for the Lannister family: Joffrey is poisoned, and Tyrion allows his family to think him responsible, resulting in a trial by combat that could end his life. But Jaime remains loyal to Tyrion, he is even forced to defend "The Imp" to his sister and lover, Cersei, who wants him to kill their younger brother.
Cersei pleads with Jaime to kill their brother Tyrion Jaime's defence of his brother extends to Tywin, the men's father, after the events of Tyrion's trial suggests he is likely to die.
The pair strike up a deal: Jaime will leave the Kingsguard, which he joined so he could continue his affair with his sister, allowing him to become Tywin's heir if Tyrion's life is spared.
Tywin agrees, saying that when Tyrion is declared guilty, he will be given the option of joining the Night's Watch.
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It's a major sacrifice for Jaimeeven though the plan eventually fails after Tyrion is incensed by the testimony of his lover, Shae. He's one of the few people that gives him love back. And he'll do anything for his brother. There's no question about it. I think it's beautiful. In the original legend, Azor Ahai forged the sword three times, killing Nissa Nissa in the third round and killing a lion in the second.
As Reddit user Bulldog suggests, perhaps our reborn hero will combine those two eventskilling his beloved, who is a lion at least in name. That pesky little valonqar that Cersei always assumed was Tyrion? The sword, Widow's Wail, has itself been forged twice so far. It was originally Ned Stark's sword, Ice, that was broken down into two. It's also made of Valyrian steel, which was originally forged in magic fires and conveniently, as Jon Snow recently discovered, kills White Walkers.
Valyrian steel and obsidian, a. Though we wouldn't rule out wildfire being a potent resource in that conflict. What, in the books, was meant to be reluctant but consensual was widely interpreted in the show to have been rape.
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Who are you really? GRRM has said in interviews that you can't always trust a prophecy, and that's going to get hammered home even among the characters in the book as we head into the final stretch of the story. If multiple religious devotees place their prophetical bets on opposing people, someone's got to be wrong. Rhaegar was wrong about himself.