History Characters / ASongOfIceAndFireHouseLannister

14th Feb '16 8:09:24 AM Leliel
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* OldMoney: All the Great Houses count, but the Lannisters take it UpToEleven, controlling the richest gold mines in Westeros and known for their wealth since Lann the Clever swindled their ancestral castle from House Casterly.
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* * OldMoney: All the Great Houses count, but the Lannisters take it UpToEleven, controlling the richest gold mines in Westeros and known for their wealth since Lann the Clever swindled their ancestral castle from House Casterly.
14th Feb '16 8:09:22 AM Leliel
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* BeautyIsBad: Kevan is described as unattractive, but he's much less cruel and more reasonable than his older brother. The increasing compassion of [[spoiler:Jaime]] is juxtaposed with his increasing scruffiness. Cersei, who is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful noblewomen in Westeros, is cruel, treacherous, and occasionally murderous, while her tall, handsome son Joffrey is a horrific psychopath.
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* BeautyIsBad: As a general rule, the prettier a Lannister is, the nastier they are. Kevan is described as unattractive, but he's much less cruel and more reasonable than his older brother. The increasing compassion of [[spoiler:Jaime]] is juxtaposed with his increasing scruffiness. Cersei, who is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful noblewomen in Westeros, is cruel, treacherous, and occasionally murderous, while her tall, handsome son Joffrey is a horrific psychopath. Tyrion, who is actually deformed and considered horrifying due to his dwarfism, is the noblest member of his family and has remained as such.
8th Feb '16 5:48:03 AM outlander2012
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: InUniverse and out. The other characters comment several times about how odd it is that his body never turned up, since the other victims of the riot were left where they were killed. The gold cloaks spend two books searching for him, and Ser Addam Marbrand wonders if he might be being held hostage, but dismisses the idea when no demands are made. Jaime at first thinks Tyrek is dead, but later ponders if Varys might have something to do with his disappearance, since he didn't accompany the royal party that day, never warned anyone about the possibility of the riot even though he would have surely heard something through his spies, and that it would be easy for him to have arranged a riot to snatch a Lannister for some unknown purpose. The Fandom is similarly stumped because one fate has means but [[ManipulativeBastard no motive]], the other motive but [[NeverFoundTheBody no means]]. [[spoiler:The reveal that Varys is supporting the Golden Company might mean that he is planning to use Tyrek to help "Aegon" gain control of Casterly Rock. Also Tyrek may be a witness to how Robert's bastards looked like him, but his "children" don't, which would further discredit the Lannister regime.]]
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: InUniverse and out. The other characters comment several times about how odd it is that his body never turned up, since the other victims of the riot were left where they were killed. The gold cloaks spend two books searching for him, and Ser Addam Marbrand wonders if he might be being held hostage, but dismisses the idea when no demands are made. Jaime at first thinks Tyrek is dead, reasoning that when Tyrek's killers realised who he was, they probably dumped him in the river to keep anyone from finding out, but later ponders if Varys might have something to do with his disappearance, since he didn't accompany the royal party that day, never warned anyone about the possibility of the riot even though he would have surely heard something through his spies, and that it would be easy for him to have arranged a riot to snatch a Lannister for some unknown purpose. The Fandom is similarly stumped because one fate has means but [[ManipulativeBastard no motive]], the other motive but [[NeverFoundTheBody no means]]. [[spoiler:The reveal that Varys is supporting the Golden Company might mean that he is planning to use Tyrek to help "Aegon" gain control of Casterly Rock. Also Tyrek may be a witness to how Robert's bastards looked like him, but his "children" don't, which would further discredit the Lannister regime.]]

* ArrangedMarriage: To one of Walder Frey's daughters. He is rather annoyed, since Tywin set it up without even consulting him.
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* ArrangedMarriage: To one of Walder Frey's daughters. He is rather annoyed, since Tywin set it up without even consulting him. He still plans to go ahead with the wedding, given that [[CruelAndUnusualDeath he doesn't want to end up like Robb Stark]].

* KnowWhenToFoldEm: When he saw Aegon and his sisters dragons burning the Reachmen during the Field of Fire, he knew they battle was lost and rode through a wall of flame to reach safety, although he was captured the next day.
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* KnowWhenToFoldEm: When he saw Aegon and his sisters dragons burning the Reachmen during the Field of Fire, he knew they the battle was lost and rode through a wall of flame to reach safety, although he was captured the next day.

* GroinAttack: When she was delivered one of the captive bastards of Lord Dalton Greyjoy, she gelded him and turned him into her sons fool.
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* GroinAttack: When she was delivered one of the captive bastards of Lord Dalton Greyjoy, she gelded him and turned him into her sons son's fool.
6th Feb '16 5:30:17 PM voodoochild
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[[spoiler:Given that Roberts children are really the bastards of Jaime and Cersei,]] the Lannisters are the de-facto rulers of the Seven Kingdoms.
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[[spoiler:Given that Roberts Robert's children are really the bastards of Jaime and Cersei,]] the Lannisters are the de-facto rulers of the Seven Kingdoms.
6th Feb '16 4:25:50 PM MyFinalEdits
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: InUniverse and out. The other characters comment several times about how odd it is that his body never turned up, since the other victims of the riot were left where they were killed. The gold cloaks spend two books searching for him, and Ser Addam Marbrand wonders if he might be being held hostage, but dismisses the idea when no demands are made. Jaime at first thinks Tyrek is dead, but later ponders if Varys might have something to do with his disappearance, since he didn't accompany the royal party that day, never warned anyone about the possibility of the riot even though he would have surely heard something through his spies, and that it would be easy for him to have arranged a riot to snatch a Lannister for some unknown purpose. The Fandom is similarly stumped because one fate has means but [[ManipulativeBastard no motive]], the other motive but [[NeverFoundTheBody no means]]. ** [[spoiler:The reveal that Varys is supporting the Golden Company might mean that he is planning to use Tyrek to help "Aegon" gain control of Casterly Rock. Also Tyrek may be a witness to how Robert's bastards looked like him, but his "children" don't, which would further discredit the Lannister regime.]]
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: InUniverse and out. The other characters comment several times about how odd it is that his body never turned up, since the other victims of the riot were left where they were killed. The gold cloaks spend two books searching for him, and Ser Addam Marbrand wonders if he might be being held hostage, but dismisses the idea when no demands are made. Jaime at first thinks Tyrek is dead, but later ponders if Varys might have something to do with his disappearance, since he didn't accompany the royal party that day, never warned anyone about the possibility of the riot even though he would have surely heard something through his spies, and that it would be easy for him to have arranged a riot to snatch a Lannister for some unknown purpose. The Fandom is similarly stumped because one fate has means but [[ManipulativeBastard no motive]], the other motive but [[NeverFoundTheBody no means]]. ** means]]. [[spoiler:The reveal that Varys is supporting the Golden Company might mean that he is planning to use Tyrek to help "Aegon" gain control of Casterly Rock. Also Tyrek may be a witness to how Robert's bastards looked like him, but his "children" don't, which would further discredit the Lannister regime.]]
5th Feb '16 8:35:56 PM Euodiachloris
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* HonestAdvisor: In a world of hedge knights, Tyrion may as well get called a hedge half-maester. He fulfils the role, despite his lack of chain, both officially (as Hand and Master of Coin) and unofficially (to anybody, anywhere at any time). If there's a problem, he's likely to spot it and point it out... as well as give a list of possible solutions -- sometimes, with diagrams (Bran's modified saddle). He has wide knowledge-base with which to bolster his opinion and accuracy -- and, tends to be upfront and on the level, even if he dislikes the person he's trying to make see reason (he might withhold aspects, but he doesn't tend to outright warp what he sees as the truth into downright lies). However, his cutting humour, tendency to act TheJester when faced with towering idiocy and the often unwanted nature of his advice comes back to repeatedly bite him.
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* HonestAdvisor: In a world of hedge knights, Tyrion may as well get called a hedge half-maester. He fulfils the role, despite his lack of a chain, both officially (as Hand and Master of Coin) and unofficially (to anybody, anywhere at any time). If there's a problem, he's likely to spot it and point it out... as well as give a list of possible solutions -- sometimes, with diagrams (Bran's modified saddle). He has wide knowledge-base with which to bolster his opinion and accuracy -- and, tends to be upfront and on the level, level (more or less), even if he dislikes the person he's trying to make see reason (he might withhold aspects, but he doesn't tend to outright warp what he sees as the truth into downright lies).lies -- agenda or not). However, his cutting humour, tendency to act TheJester when faced with towering idiocy and the often unwanted nature of his advice comes back to repeatedly bite him.
5th Feb '16 8:16:41 AM MrThorfan64
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** [[spoiler:The reveal that Varys is supporting the Golden Company might mean that he is planning to use Tyrek to help "Aegon" gain control of Casterly Rock. Also Tyrek may be a witness to how Robert's bastards looked like him, but his "children" don't, which would further discredit the Lannister regime.]]

4th Feb '16 11:03:18 PM Euodiachloris
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* DeconstructedTrope: He will go down as one of the great conquerors; a FourStarBadass in war and a ReasonableAuthorityFigure in peace. It doesn't mean that he was a nice person. ** Most of the ones who think well of Tywin tend to be Lannister supporters and the nobility. He isn't popular among the smallfolk as seen ''A Feast For Crows'' when Jaime notes how few people attended Tywin's public funeral. He is still hated by several denizens of Kings Landing for his sack during Robert's Rebellion. As ''The World of Ice and Fire'' shows, the major reason why Tywin was seen as a Hand who restored order was because he removed all of Aegon V's pro-smallfolk reforms.
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* DeconstructedTrope: He will go down as one of the great conquerors; a FourStarBadass in war and a ReasonableAuthorityFigure in peace. It doesn't mean that he was a nice person. person. Or, that extremely PragmaticEvil has a long shelf-life if you neglect the grassroots. ** Most of the ones who think well of Tywin tend to be Lannister supporters and the nobility. He isn't popular among the smallfolk as seen ''A Feast For Crows'' when Jaime notes how few people attended Tywin's public funeral. He is still hated by several denizens of Kings Landing for his sack during Robert's Rebellion. As ''The World of Ice and Fire'' shows, the major reason why Tywin was seen as a Hand who restored order was because he removed all of Aegon V's pro-smallfolk reforms. The knock-on effect of that? Is seen in AFFC: the rise of the Faith Militant in a Westerosi-style, religiously themed peasants' revolt. So... he turned out to be a temporary "fix".
3rd Feb '16 5:59:13 AM Silverblade2
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* VillainProtagonist
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* [[spoiler:DiscOneFinalBoss: For nearly half of the series he serves as the BigBad, only to be killed at the end of book three by Tyrion.]]
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* [[spoiler:DiscOneFinalBoss: For DiscOneFinalBoss: [[spoiler:For nearly half of the series he serves as the BigBad, only to be killed at the end of book three by Tyrion.]]

** DragonInChief: To both kings, but especially his grandson. ** DragonWithAnAgenda: To have a king of Lannister blood sitting on the Iron Throne.
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** * DragonInChief: To both kings, but especially his grandson. ** * DragonWithAnAgenda: To have a king of Lannister blood sitting on the Iron Throne.

* EvilChancellor[=/=]TheGoodChancellor: Yes, both at the same time. As bad as he is, Kings Aerys and Joffrey were even worse, and he's a ''vastly'' better administrator than them.
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* EvilChancellor[=/=]TheGoodChancellor: EvilChancellor: Yes, both this and TheGoodChancellor at the same time. As bad as he is, Kings Aerys and Joffrey were even worse, and he's a ''vastly'' better administrator than them.

* [[spoiler:FaceDeathWithDignity: Say what you will about him, but he doesn't express fear at all before or after he is shot by Tyrion's crossbow. But that's mostly because he didn't really think that Tyrion would kill him after all. What happens ''after'' death is not so dignified]].
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* [[spoiler:FaceDeathWithDignity: Say FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:Say what you will about him, but he doesn't express fear at all before or after he is shot by Tyrion's crossbow. But that's mostly because he didn't really think that Tyrion would kill him after all. What happens ''after'' death is not so dignified]].

* [[spoiler: GoOutWithASmile: Subverted; Tywin's corpse looks like it's smiling peacefully (which is especially significant since he never smiled while alive), but the maesters say it's just the facial muscles contracting as he starts to decompose. Tywin actually died in astonishment that Tyrion actually shot him, and disowning him with his last words.]]
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* [[spoiler: GoOutWithASmile: Subverted; GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler:Subverted; Tywin's corpse looks like it's smiling peacefully (which is especially significant since he never smiled while alive), but the maesters say it's just the facial muscles contracting as he starts to decompose. Tywin actually died in astonishment that Tyrion actually shot him, and disowning him with his last words.]]

* [[spoiler:NoDeadBodyPoops: "Tywin Lannister did not, in the end, shit gold." ]]
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* [[spoiler:NoDeadBodyPoops: "Tywin NoDeadBodyPoops: [[spoiler:"Tywin Lannister did not, in the end, shit gold." ]]

* [[spoiler:UndignifiedDeath: Being shot in the groin by your dwarf son with a crossbow while on the crapper (and crapping as you die) is a pretty undignified way to go, especially for someone like Tywin. The dead prostitute found in his bed makes it even worse. His body stinks to high heaven when laid in state and is an ugly sight for everyone]].
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* [[spoiler:UndignifiedDeath: Being UndignifiedDeath: [[spoiler:Being shot in the groin by your dwarf son with a crossbow while on the crapper (and crapping as you die) is a pretty undignified way to go, especially for someone like Tywin. The dead prostitute found in his bed makes it even worse. His body stinks to high heaven when laid in state and is an ugly sight for everyone]].

* [[UsedToBeASweetKid Used to be a Nicer Dad]]: Not 'sweet' as such, but his siblings have fonder memories of Tywin before Joanna's death. His role in restoring the prestige of their House is also respected. * [[spoiler:VillainBall: He just had to keep calling Tyrion's wife a whore despite Tyrion holding a crossbow in his face]].
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* [[UsedToBeASweetKid Used to be a Nicer Dad]]: UsedToBeASweetKid: Not 'sweet' as such, but his siblings have fonder memories of Tywin before Joanna's death. His role in restoring the prestige of their House is also respected. * [[spoiler:VillainBall: He VillainBall: [[spoiler:He just had to keep calling Tyrion's wife a whore despite Tyrion holding a crossbow in his face]].

* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe[=/=]BigBrotherWorship: Worships his elder brother because he treated him like a brother instead of a BlackSheep, and because Jaime is everything Tyrion is not -- handsome, fearless, loved by his father and sister, capable of inspiring loyalty in those under him. [[spoiler:This all comes crashing down when Jaime confesses that he lied about Tysha being a whore, although Tyrion still harbours some mixed feelings towards him.]] * BlackSheep[=/=]WhiteSheep: His character is used to play with both of these tropes. He's initially portrayed as the one decent member of a family of amoral, over-privileged villains, unfairly treated by them as an embarrassing misfit. As we learn more about the other members of his family, and as the plot pushes him toward making uglier and more cynical choices, the picture becomes more complex.
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* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe[=/=]BigBrotherWorship: BigBrotherWorship: Worships his elder brother because he treated him like a brother instead of a BlackSheep, and because Jaime is everything Tyrion is not -- handsome, fearless, loved by his father and sister, capable of inspiring loyalty in those under him. [[spoiler:This all comes crashing down when Jaime confesses that he lied about Tysha being a whore, although Tyrion still harbours some mixed feelings towards him.]] * BlackSheep[=/=]WhiteSheep: BlackSheep: His character is used to play with both of these tropes.this and WhiteSheep. He's initially portrayed as the one decent member of a family of amoral, over-privileged villains, unfairly treated by them as an embarrassing misfit. As we learn more about the other members of his family, and as the plot pushes him toward making uglier and more cynical choices, the picture becomes more complex.

* [[TheChessmaster The Cyvassemaster]]: In most works of fiction, he'd count as a full-fledged MagnificentBastard. The standards of Westeros, however, are much higher, although Tyrion still has his shining moments.
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* [[TheChessmaster The Cyvassemaster]]: TheChessmaster: In most works of fiction, he'd count as a full-fledged MagnificentBastard. The standards of Westeros, however, are much higher, although Tyrion still has his shining moments.

* [[spoiler:MadeASlave: In ''A Dance With Dragons'', though he eventually manipulates his circumstances so that he ends up freed... with a sellsword company at his back, to boot.]]
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* [[spoiler:MadeASlave: In MadeASlave: [[spoiler:In ''A Dance With Dragons'', though he eventually manipulates his circumstances so that he ends up freed... with a sellsword company at his back, to boot.]]

* [[spoiler:NobleFugitive: Forced to go on the run in Essos after being convicted for killing Joffrey, escaping the Red Keep, and killing his father]].
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* [[spoiler:NobleFugitive: Forced NobleFugitive: [[spoiler:Forced to go on the run in Essos after being convicted for killing Joffrey, escaping the Red Keep, and killing his father]].

* [[spoiler:{{Patricide}}: Not that most readers would get on his case for it. Most of Westeros is a different matter.]]
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* [[spoiler:{{Patricide}}: Not {{Patricide}}: [[spoiler:Not that most readers would get on his case for it. Most of Westeros is a different matter.]]

* [[spoiler:SelfMadeOrphan: Eventually, Jaime admitted that poor Tysha was ''not'' a prostitute, but rather everything she seemed and cared for him genuinely. Tyrion, as you can see, was not amused and confronted Tywin on it. ''With a crossbow''. And found a naked Shae in Tywin's chambers.]]
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* [[spoiler:SelfMadeOrphan: Eventually, SelfMadeOrphan: [[spoiler:Eventually, Jaime admitted that poor Tysha was ''not'' a prostitute, but rather everything she seemed and cared for him genuinely. Tyrion, as you can see, was not amused and confronted Tywin on it. ''With a crossbow''. And found a naked Shae in Tywin's chambers.]]

* [[SmartPeoplePlayChess Smart People Play Cyvasse]]: Or, smart people [[TheChessmaster play the people game]] while playing several games of cyvasse. Take your pick.
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* [[SmartPeoplePlayChess Smart People Play Cyvasse]]: SmartPeoplePlayChess: Or, smart people [[TheChessmaster play the people game]] while playing several games of cyvasse. Take your pick.

* [[TragicHero Tragic]] AntiHero: And, happy to meander the whole scale rather than stick to just one section of it: both in anti-heroism and tragedy-comedy.
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* [[TragicHero Tragic]] AntiHero: TragicHero: And, happy to meander the whole scale rather than stick to just one section of it: both in anti-heroism and tragedy-comedy.

* [[MyMasterRightOrWrong My Older Brother And Liege Lord Right Or Wrong]]: For all his decency shown in later books, Kevan doesn't object to his brother's command to RapePillageAndBurn the Riverlands. "They will burn, my lord."
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* [[MyMasterRightOrWrong My Older Brother And Liege Lord Right Or Wrong]]: MyMasterRightOrWrong: For all his decency shown in later books, Kevan doesn't object to his brother's command to RapePillageAndBurn the Riverlands. "They will burn, my lord."

* TheSnarkKnight[=/=]GentlemanSnarker: Cersei found this out the hard way. He pulled her up quite sharply and effectively on a number of her screw-ups, thanks. [[spoiler:And, disabused her of the notion that he was blind to the whole incest thing quite backhandedly, if fairly politely]].
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* TheSnarkKnight[=/=]GentlemanSnarker: TheSnarkKnight: Cersei found this out the hard way. He pulled her up quite sharply and effectively on a number of her screw-ups, thanks. [[spoiler:And, disabused her of the notion that he was blind to the whole incest thing quite backhandedly, if fairly politely]].

* [[InnocentFlowerGirl Innocent Flower Lady]]: Kevan mentions she loves flowers and that she would be miserable in the DeadlyDecadentCourt of King's Landing.
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* [[InnocentFlowerGirl Innocent Flower Lady]]: InnocentFlowerGirl: Kevan mentions she loves flowers and that she would be miserable in the DeadlyDecadentCourt of King's Landing.

* TextileWorkIsFeminine * WomenAreDelicate
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* ChildSoldier
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* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Son]]: Captured in the Whispering Wood and taken hostage to Riverrun along with his cousin Tion Frey.
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* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Son]]: IHaveYourWife: Captured in the Whispering Wood and taken hostage to Riverrun along with his cousin Tion Frey.

* ChildSoldier * [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Son]]: Captured at the Battle of Oxcross.
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* %%* ChildSoldier * [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Son]]: IHaveYourWife: Captured at the Battle of Oxcross.

* TheSquire
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* BloodKnight * CoolUncle
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* [[WalkIntoMordor Walk Into The Doom of Valyria]]: Attempted but failed.
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* [[WalkIntoMordor Walk Into The Doom of Valyria]]: WalkIntoMordor: Attempted but failed.

** BadassBeard: Has a huge beard that makes him look like a lion, which he swore not to shave until he avenged his father's death, but that was denied to him after [[spoiler:Robb Stark executed Rickard Karstark for treason]]. He decided he liked it and kept it. ** BadassCape: Wears a fox-fur cloak.
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** * BadassBeard: Has a huge beard that makes him look like a lion, which he swore not to shave until he avenged his father's death, but that was denied to him after [[spoiler:Robb Stark executed Rickard Karstark for treason]]. He decided he liked it and kept it. ** * BadassCape: Wears a fox-fur cloak.

* NotSoDifferent: His reaction to Jeyne's death is very similar to Tywin's reaction to the death of Joanna.

* AlliterativeName
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* FamousAncestor
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* AlliterativeName
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* AChildShallLeadThem * InfantImmortality: Averted, see below.
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* %%* AChildShallLeadThem * %%* InfantImmortality: Averted, see below.Averted.

* [[YouAreInCommandNow You Are Lady Lannister Now]]: After her father's death.
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* [[YouAreInCommandNow You Are Lady Lannister Now]]: YouAreInCommandNow: After her father's death.

* ThePatriarch * ReasonableAuthorityFigure
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* %%* ThePatriarch * %%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure

** BrokenBird: The result, after she's released.
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** * BrokenBird: The result, after she's released.

** BrokenBird: The result, after she's released.* ManChild: Jaime describes her as a five year old girl in a woman's body.

* NiceGirl
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* [[ManChild Woman Child]]: Jaime describes her as a five year old girl in a woman's body.
2nd Feb '16 6:56:29 PM Euodiachloris
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* HonestAdvisor: In a world of hedge knights, Tyrion may as well get called a hedge advisor. He fulfils the role both officially (as Hand and Master of Coin) and unofficially (to anybody, anywhere at any time). If there's a problem, he's likely to spot it and point it out... as well as give a list of possible solutions -- sometimes, with diagrams (Bran's modified saddle). He has wide knowledgebase with which to bolster his opinion and accuracy -- and tends to be upfront and on the level, even if he dislikes the person he's trying to make see reason (he might withhold aspects, but he doesn't tend to outright warp what he sees as the truth into outright lies). However, his cutting humour, tendency to act TheJester when faced with towering idiocy and the often unwanted nature of his advice comes back to repeatedly bite him.
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* HonestAdvisor: In a world of hedge knights, Tyrion may as well get called a hedge advisor. half-maester. He fulfils the role role, despite his lack of chain, both officially (as Hand and Master of Coin) and unofficially (to anybody, anywhere at any time). If there's a problem, he's likely to spot it and point it out... as well as give a list of possible solutions -- sometimes, with diagrams (Bran's modified saddle). He has wide knowledgebase knowledge-base with which to bolster his opinion and accuracy -- and and, tends to be upfront and on the level, even if he dislikes the person he's trying to make see reason (he might withhold aspects, but he doesn't tend to outright warp what he sees as the truth into outright downright lies). However, his cutting humour, tendency to act TheJester when faced with towering idiocy and the often unwanted nature of his advice comes back to repeatedly bite him.
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