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make me choose | cersei lannister or atia of the julii asked by anonymous

Every man’s a p i e c e to start with, and every maid as well. Even some who think they are p l a y e r s. Cersei, for one. She thinks herself sly, but in truth she is utterly predictable. Her strength rests on her beauty, birth, and riches. Only the first of those is truly her own, and it will soon desert her. I pity her then. She wants power, but has no notion what to do with it when she gets it.

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Ive lost a hand, a father, a son, a sister, and a lover, and soon enough I will lose a brother. And yet they keep telling me House Lannister won this war.
(suggested by pegqycartcr)

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Cersei Lannister and Lysa Tully + parallels (requested by aeqon)

(*) I’m not implying that Sansa will realise the maegi’s prophecy -quite the contrary-, just that Cersei thought so at some point.