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Reunited 2/2

AN: I don’t know what I’m doing tbh but here it is!!

It was a quick battle. With Drogon, Viserion, and Rhaegal, it did not take long before Daenerys reclaimed the throne. Yet there was much work to be done after the war was won. Tyrion had to stay in King’s Landing to help the new Queen settle into her new home. In the effort, Tommen had given up the crown for an easy victory. In return, Dany showed him mercy and allowed him to live and Tyrion was glad that his sweet nephew was spared- Cersei however was not so lucky. Lords from all over Westeros came to swear their fealty to the new Queen. After six months, Tyrion was anxious to get back to the North to marry Sansa. After some urging, Daenerys agreed to let Tyrion return North once again. On the morning he was set to depart, he walked with Daenerys in the palace garden.

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It was oddly surreal. Being back in King’s Landing. The circumstances were so drastically different now. Instead of coming here with ridiculous girly dreams or being trapped here by duty and cruelty, she came here of her own free will as the respected Lady of Winterfell and Warden of the North.

Sansa never expected things to go as well as they had. She’d prepared herself for the worst when she heard that Daenerys Targaryen was crossing the Narrow Sea and coming to take the Seven Kingdoms. Other attempts had failed, why would this young Queen succeed? Yet, she did. And she freed Sansa from her nightmares. Expelled the Boltons from Winterfell, annulled her marriage to Ramsay, and put her in charge of Winterfell and the North. 

Now, she was in King’s Landing to swear fealty to this woman who saved her. And it was odd. Almost as odd as seeing a familiar face. Luckily, a familiar face that she held no grudges against, instead, a sort of indifference. Though, she was surprised to find him in the capital. She would have assumed he’d been killed or expelled, like the rest of the Lannisters.

“Tyrion Lannister. What a surprise, meeting you here of all places.”