if you’re going to be weird and ship bellatrix/draco, please at least call it bellataco because that’s an awesome ship name
What? She’s his aunt! (I know, Rule 34, but it still disturbs me.)
Narcissa and Lucius are cousins.
That’s less skeevy because their ages are close. Bellatrix and Draco are a whole generation apart. She was an adult before he was born.
True. Actually some genius person a few years back made a flowchart to show how all the Pureblood families are related.
Did you all miss the point? Bellataco.
The Tully words basically excuse all of Jaime’s actions. Family. Duty. Honor.
Family is first. Hence the kingslaying, family loyalty against Ned, Cersei, releasing Tyrion, etc…
It basically just explains him.
And all the Tully’s hate him. XD
Jaime Cons: 11
Entering the Kingsguard in spite of his father
Lying to Tyrion about Tysha
Fornicating with the Queen
Fathering three bastards: Joffery, Myrcella, and Tommon
Pushes Bran Stark from a window with intent to kill him
Attacks Ned Stark in the streets of Kings Landing
Leads army in the name of his father (breaking Kingsguard neutrality)
Attempts to escape Brienne by killing her
Has sex in the Sept of Baelor with his sister in front of their dead son
Jaime Pros: 12
Fights to protect the knight he serves in a battle againsts Big Belly Ben and the Smiling Knight.
Protects the King and keeps his secrets as a member of the Kingsguard
Saves Brienne multiple times from being raped or beaten
Returns to Harrenhal to save Brienne from the bear after he is released
Orders Loras Tyrell to not kill Brienne for Renly’s death
Honors his duties to the Kingsguard instead of accepting Tywin’s offer to leave it for Casterly Rock
Frees Tyrion from false imprisonment and confesses his “sins” to him
Sends Brienne on a quest to locate Sansa and Arya and take them to safety in honor of his vow to Catelyn
Refuses Cersei’s advances from here on out
Forgives Lancel for sleeping with Cersei
Brokers peace with Riverrun that doesn’t result in taking up arms against them.
Ends Bracken and Blackwood feud
Rides with Brienne to honor the vow he made to Catelyn Tully.
Verdict on Jaime Lannister: Lawful Neutral
when I read Jaime’s complete devotion to her in ASOS. I thought it was beautiful even if it was creepy twincest. After AFfC I can’t even imagine someone as good as Jaime with someone as evil and manipulative as Cersei.
My ship sank.
Something tells me I’m going to be just fine!
……WELP. Papa Smurf is screwed. Unless he can whip up some smurfy magic or somethin’.
…F’lar of Benden.
SHEPARD RIDING ON A DRAGON AND KATNISS SHOOTING ARROWS
and John 117(AKA Master chief)
OMG GO TEAM!! >B3
Well… how about that? >:3
Jon Snow (uh his chapter)
The Exile (KotOR 2)
I’M FUCKING INVINCIBLE
Jaime Lannister from ASOIAF
Commander Shepard (lvl sixty vanguard)
Michael Bluth from Arrested Development
Sounds like it would at least be a witty adventure. XD
In order of Awesome….
Jon Snow - I’ve already raddled on as to why I like Jon in the past. Needless to say he is one of GRRM’s favorites and that is why he’s become so awesome in the books.
Tyrion Lannister - Always good for a laugh. Has the same kind of family dynamic as Jon, but he’s older and very involved in his southern family politics. His character is always fun to read, and even when it’s not it isn’t his fault. Where do whores go?
Jaime Lannister - Jaime climbed the ranks faster than anyone. In two books he bounded ahead of the pack and has become a greatly rounded character. He’s starting to shine his shit honor.
Daenerys Targaryen - Dany is a great example of a female character breaking out of the mold. She starts out oppressed by Viserys and forced to marry Khal Drogo. Then she turns her forced marriage into love, and seperates from her pathetic brother. After Drogo dies she doesn’t just sulk, give into grief, and go back to Vaes Dothrak. She burns the bitch that burned her and gives like to Dragons. Dany is probably one of the only female characters I’ve enjoyed reading in 6 or 7 years.
Oberyn Martell - spoilery! Poor Red Viper. You will be missed. But, for the time we had you we saw a very clever, powerful, and deadly warrior that only wanted revenge for his beloved sister. I’d say the Mountain sufured sufficiantly in the end. spoilery end! I wish he could have been a point of view character. His Sand Snakes are interesting, but they lack something that makes him unique I guess.
How my favorite character killed defenceless old man :D
by Michael Kormarck
I’m a guy, I wouldn’t even…. fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff
Ok. From a Unisexual stand point I will answer this question.
I would marry Tyrion,
and then throw Cersei of a cliff.
Now let me explain:
Tyrion is actually a very caring person.
Jaime is strong and on his way to good guy status
But Cersei Lannister is and will always be a stupid bitch that reached to high.
So there, if I was a woman, or their genders reversed, that’s how I’d do it.