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18th Feb '17 6:50:37 AM Malachi108
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* TranquilFury: Joffrey is unusually calm when he threatens to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]].

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* TranquilFury: Joffrey is unusually calm when he threatens to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution [[DisproportionateRetribution slapping him]].
18th Feb '17 5:45:52 AM Malachi108
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** He also rightfully accuses Tywin of being a [[Dirty Coward]] during Robert's rebellion, who only joined the war effort when it was all but decided.

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** He also rightfully accuses Tywin of being a [[Dirty Coward]] DirtyCoward during Robert's rebellion, who only joined the war effort when it was all but decided.
18th Feb '17 4:27:40 AM Malachi108
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* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: [[AvertedTrope Except he doesn't]], being the same {{Jerkass}} to her as to just about everyone around.
5th Feb '17 2:01:20 AM TrollBrutal
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->'''Voiced By:''' Alan Prieto (Latin-American Spanish, season 1-4), César Garduza (Latin-American Spanish, season 1), Creator/NobunagaShimazaki (Japanese)

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->'''Voiced By:''' Alan Prieto (Latin-American Spanish, season 1-4), César Garduza (Latin-American Spanish, season 1), Creator/NobunagaShimazaki (Japanese)
4th Feb '17 9:49:33 PM MasterHero
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->'''Voiced By:''' Alan Prieto (Latin-American Spanish, season 1-4), César Garduza (Latin-American Spanish, season 1), Creator/NobunagaShimazaki (Japanese)
21st Jan '17 1:43:46 AM TrollBrutal
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* Tranquil Fury: Is threatening calm when threatening to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]]

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* Tranquil Fury: Is threatening TranquilFury: Joffrey is unusually calm when threatening he threatens to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]]him]].
20th Jan '17 4:00:33 PM Tropervilliara
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%%* Tranquil Fury: Surprisingly indulges in this when he threatens to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]]

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%%* * Tranquil Fury: Surprisingly indulges in this Is threatening calm when he threatens threatening to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]]
20th Jan '17 3:49:24 PM HighCrate
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* Tranquil Fury: Surprisingly indulges in this when he threatens to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]]

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* %%* Tranquil Fury: Surprisingly indulges in this when he threatens to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]]
20th Jan '17 12:05:08 PM Tropervilliara
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** He also rightfully accuses Tywin of being a coward during Robert's rebellion, who only joined the war effort when it was all but decided.

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** He also rightfully accuses Tywin of being a coward [[Dirty Coward]] during Robert's rebellion, who only joined the war effort when it was all but decided.


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*Tranquil Fury: Surprisingly indulges in this when he threatens to execute his own mother for [[Disproportionate Retribution slapping him]]
16th Jan '17 2:58:04 PM infernape612
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** Season Three: When consulting his grandfather [[MagnificentBastard Tywin]] in the throne room, Joffrey voices his concerns about Daenerys Targaryen and her three dragons. Three centuries before, Aegon Targaryen conquered Westeros with only three dragons. The repeatedly-demonstrated cunning Varys points out the Westerosi would have nowhere to hide if they are attacked by dragons. However, Tywin contemptuously brushes off his grandson's concerns by asserting that dragons have been extinct for centuries and even if Daenerys does have dragons, they are small curiosities on the far side of the world and no threat to Joffrey's rule. As is shown in the books, this is obviously not the case - Daenerys has in fact conquered ''every city in Essos she's visited.'' At the moment she commands not only her three dragons(less than three years old but the biggest already powerful enough to single-handedly roast men alive) and two highly-experienced fighters, but ''eight thousand fully trained and suicidally loyal soldiers.'' When Tywin gets around to updating his knowledge of her, he agrees that Daenerys is an incredible threat. [[spoiler:Of course, Joffrey isn't around to bask in it]].

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** Season Three: When consulting his grandfather [[MagnificentBastard Tywin]] in the throne room, Joffrey voices his concerns about Daenerys Targaryen and her three dragons. Three centuries before, Aegon Targaryen conquered Westeros with only three dragons. The repeatedly-demonstrated cunning Varys points out the Westerosi would have nowhere to hide if they are attacked by dragons. However, Tywin contemptuously brushes off his grandson's concerns by asserting that dragons have been extinct for centuries and even if Daenerys does have dragons, they are small curiosities on the far side of the world and no threat to Joffrey's rule. As is shown in the books, this is obviously not the case - Daenerys has in fact conquered ''every city in Essos she's visited.'' At the moment she commands not only her three dragons(less dragons (less than three years old but the biggest already powerful enough to single-handedly roast men alive) and two highly-experienced fighters, but ''eight thousand fully trained and suicidally loyal soldiers.'' When Tywin gets around to updating his knowledge of her, he agrees that Daenerys is an incredible threat. [[spoiler:Of course, Joffrey isn't around to bask in it]].
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