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Fancy Hat!
Dec 5, 2003

In spite of how he's dressed, he ain't nobody's fool.


e X posted:

Doesn't Tyrion realizes that Shea being present at the trial most likely means that Bronn already betrayed him?

He certainly does, but he's just desperate enough to try.

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Fancy Hat!
Dec 5, 2003

In spite of how he's dressed, he ain't nobody's fool.


So awkward Sansa towers over him.

Fancy Hat!
Dec 5, 2003

In spite of how he's dressed, he ain't nobody's fool.


So was Oberyn's speech to Tyrion, outside of saying how much he despises Cersi and wants to kill the mountain, is also to tell him he doesnt want to kill him, just pities him immensely?

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