I’m just watching one, for now. I didn’t realize that Qyburn was introduced this early.
I think it’s very interesting that we get Jon Snow saying what turns out to be his entire life principle as a lie to Mance. He just throws out that he saw a white take a baby and he fights for the living to Mance as a reason why he flipped sides. He and his not dad Ned both have trouble telling lies and in the moment he tries to lie he accidentally tells the truth.
I believe that it wasn't Cersei that ordered Mandon Moore to kill Tyrion, but rather Joffrey. Much in the same way everyone side-eyed Cersei for the attack on Bran but it was really Joffrey behind it.I don't remember if that is revealed yet, but I think that's supposed to be the tension in the scene in S3E1 between Tyrion and Cersei-- they each have completely different perspectives on their feud for their father's affection
Much in the same way everyone side-eyed Cersei for the attack on Bran but it was really Joffrey behind it.
It was meant as mockery, but she’d cut right to the heart of it, Jaime saw at once. “Not Myrcella. Joffrey.”