anonymous asked:

Jaime already left Cersei pregnant and in a vulnerable position, supposedly for the greater good and their child’s future. If he went and hooked up with Brinnen at this point he’d look like a huge fuckboy, that’s just typical fuckboy behaviour. I’m more interested in him trying to broker an exile deal for the two of them (Essos marriage AU, yo) and discussing the pregnancy with Tyrion since they are two of the only characters aware

I couldn’t agree more! In fact, I think it would be OOC for Jaime to not try to broker some kind of exile deal for him and Cersei. I think Tyrion will have a roll in it too, because as you said those are the only two aware. Very likely that Tyrion will try to convince Dany to let Cersei go into exile with Jaime after all is said and done. However, I think Tyrion’s efforts will fail and ultimately he will betray Dany to help his unborn niece/nephew.  Whether he will succeed or not, who knows, but I do doubt Cersei and Jaime will both survive the series.

Daenerys: *Reclaims her ancestral home in a touching and powerful scene*

Me: *Can’t stop remembering the time Stannis and Melisandre had sex on that table*

What she says: I’m fine

What she means: House Tyrell is the second most powerful house in all of Westeros, from the amount of gold they have, to their massive armies which are easily supported by their gold. They still have a number of powerful members of their family even with Margaery and Loras dead. In addition to that they have spies, bards, etc, all over the seven kingdoms just like everyone else. Casterly Rock is incredibly far away from High Garden and there’s no way in hell that pretty much the entire Lannister army would march all the way to the Tyrell’s capital in High Garden with literally nobody noticing; and even if they got there the Tyrell’s army isn’t exactly non-existant. To fight them the Lannister’s would’ve easily sacrificed such a large amount of their forces making their chances against Daenerys almost negligible, all the while making Kings Landing and other Lannister controlled territory so incredibly weak that Daenerys could’ve waltzed into Kings Landing without shedding a single civilian blood drop. On top of that Olenna is one of the most incredibly intelligent and powerful characters on the entire show and wouldn’t have been eliminated from this unrealistic attack, and she also has more than a single castle she could’ve retreated to. Also Euron’s fleet just appeared out of nowhere with zero warning as well? Just like in the fight with the sand snakes? Where he defeated three of the show’s most powerful women at once? All of this has but one explanation: Sloppy storytelling

At the beginning of the season: this is Jon Snow, he’s King in The North.

At the end of season 7: This is Aegon Targaryen, better known as Jon Snow, the seventh of his name. King in the North, Rightful heir to the Iron Throne, King of the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Protector of the Realm, The Resurrected, The one who couldn’t bend the knee, Mine-worker, Cave Artist, The one who doesn’t lie, Late night booty caller, Tamer of Khaleesis, and step father to dragons.



“The cream and gold I call Viserion. Viserys was cruel and weak and frightened, yet he was my brother still. His dragon will do what he could not.”

Me: I went from shipping a blonde and a brunette to shipping another blonde and brunette. Such a coincidence.

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GOT- S07 E07 Tyrion

I’ve saw this question a few times on the tag about why he was lurking looking so concerned, here’s my 2 cents.

-Tyrion was onto the connection from the start he expected this union, Its highly unlikely to me he is interested in her.

-He saw how Jon’s commitment to Dany affected the negotiations at dragonpit, he’s not even willing to lie about his devotion to Her, even for strategic advantage!

- He saw Dany run head first into danger to save Jon. He pleaded with her not too.

Tyrion in my opinion is concerned that their devotion will be used to destroy them. Love kills and heroes die. That’s why he’s concerned outside of Their cabin

They could die for eachother, and he knows they’re willing too