Suddenly she realizes the Tyrells had a strong motive to kill Joffrey: he was too stubborn to be influenced, in sharp contrast to his sweet gentle brother, so the Tyrells disposed of him in order to make Tommen a puppet king, whom Margaery could easily control.
His gift to Cersei was Olyvar, the guy who slept with Loras, since Olyvar’s testimony is the reason why the High Sparrow captured Margaery and Loras. His gift to Olenna, a similar “handsome young man”, is Lancel.
The plot was that Olenna Tyrell, in concert with Littlefinger, pulled a poison stone off Sansa’s hairnet during the feast, then dropped it in Joffrey’s wedding chalice. Margaery did not know about the plan until after it happened.
Cowering in the arms of her twin brother Jaime, Cersei was crushed by a collapsing ceiling in the bowels of King’s Landing. Her demise was inevitable as Daenerys Targaryen and her one remaining dragon, Drogon, charged through the city incinerating everything.May 13, 2019
Cersei was always cruel and condescending to Sansa while they lived under the same roof. Now the Cersei knows than Olenna killed Joffrey, she is just more angry. Cersei tried to Olenna to side with her against Daenarys at one point.
Tyrion is wounded by Ser Mandon. He is trapped outside the walls by a group of reinforcements and then betrayed by Ser Mandon. Mandon slashes Tyrion across the face but Podrick kills him with a spear before he can finish Tyrion off.
She poisoned him. She asked the Tyrell women to buy the best necklaces in the land, and then presumably gave one of those necklaces to Ser Dontos. Then, when the poisoning happens, we know that the cup was within her reach — she took the poison crystal from Sansa’s necklace and put it in Joffrey’s wine.
Lysa killed Jon Arryn with poison at Littlefinger’s behest. Lysa’s motive was that she was absolutely fanatical about protecting her son, to the point where she refused to be parted with him. You can see this overprotectiveness when Catelyn brings Tyrion to the Eyrie.
She’s nearly killed and raped in the streets of King’s Landing, but is saved by the Hound. Even Joffrey’s King’s Guard beat Sansa. … She very nearly kills Sansa until Petyr intervenes, saving her and throwing Lysa to her death. Not a ton more happens to Sansa in the books after this.
As the battle quiets down, Jaime finds Olenna Tyrell, and the two have a brief conversation about the battle, and Cersei. … In season four, episode four, Olenna reveals to Margaery that she was the one who poisoned Joffrey, explaining that there was no way she’d let her ‘marry that beast. ‘
It wasn’t the brutalization she experienced—it was her survival instincts and cunning that got her through to the end. Which is why Sansa won’t die in the final episode. … Yet, Sansa has survived it all. She’s remained strong and outsmarted her enemies in pivotal moments.
When the Game of Thrones TV show started in 2011, Robert Baratheon sat on the Iron Throne as the Westerosi king. He took it from Aerys Targaryen, commonly known as The Mad King, in events that took place before the series kicked off.May 20, 2019
After King Joffrey’s death in A Storm of Swords, Tommen is crowned and marries Joffrey’s young widow, Margaery Tyrell. Tommen is a submissive child and, as a result, does everything that is asked of him. Thus, Cersei uses him to rule as she likes, though Margaery also begins to manipulate him into resisting his mother.
As the trials were set to begin, Cersei orchestrated a wildfire explosion at the Great Sept, killing thousands including Margaery. After witnessing the disastrous event, Tommen took off his crown and killed himself by walking out of his bedroom window.
Tyrion was believed to be the youngest son of Tywin and Joanna, two cousins within House Lannister. During Aerys’ reign, Tywin, the Head of House Lannister, served as the Hand of the King. … Despite the evidence, Tyrion was never revealed to be a secret Targaryen, at least in the TV series.
Four Bloody Mummers beat Brienne, knocking out two of her teeth. Zollo then chops off Jaime’s sword hand. His fighting ability gone, Jaime despairs for his life, but Brienne convinces him to live for revenge.
Perhaps the greatest swordsman in the kingdom, Jaime is derisively referred to as “the Kingslayer” because he killed the “Mad King” Aerys Targaryen in the coup that put Robert on the Iron Throne.
Sansa is 13 when the series begins and 20 when it ends, Arya is 11 at the start and 18 at the end and Bran is one year younger than Arya. The Stark family’s adopted child, Theon Greyjoy, is roughly the same age as Jon and Robb is supposed to be around 19/20 when he dies at his wedding.
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