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By Alahna Kindred and Dan Hall. He has since publically denied it. Tyrion attempts to console her by reminding that the Targaryens wed brother and sister for centuries, but Cersei is further disturbed, remembering how most of the Targaryens went mad because of it.
Tyrion again tries to comfort her, telling her Myrcella and Tommen are good children and that Joffrey is the exception. Cersei begins to cry, breaking down for the first time in front of the brother she presumably hates, and Tyrion seems about to hug her, but looking up at the last moment, Cersei returns once again to her old self and the tension between the two intensifies.
Jaime remains a prisoner of the North and after an unsuccessful escape attempt, is visited by Catelyn and Brienne of Tarth. She accuses him of being a man without honor, but he says that he never lay with any other woman other than Cersei, making him more honorable than Eddard, who broke his vows of faithfulness when he fathered his bastard Jon Snow during the rebellion. Preparing to die, Jaime braces himself as Catelyn takes Brienne's sword, but Catelyn does not cut his throat, only his ropes, tasking him to return her daughters to her safely in return for setting him free, and appoints Brienne to accompany him.
After Qyburn departs, Jaime tells her that he will stay in the Kingsguard with one hand so he can stay close to her, then tries to kiss her, but she turns away, much to Jaime's confusion and anger. Cersei implies that she has taken other lovers and that their relationship has changed because of his lengthy absence, a statement that clearly wounds Jaime.
Bernadette suddenly enters and says she has important information for Cersei. Jaime attempts to intimidate Loras into calling off the wedding, warning him that Cersei will murder him in his sleep, along with any children they may conceive together. Despite having no affection whatsoever for Cersei, Loras retorts to Jaime that he will never be able to marry Cersei either, clearly aware of Jaime and Cersei's relationship.
He walks off, leaving Jaime nonplussed. When Joffrey is dying, Jaime and Cersei rush over to their son's aid and are with him while he dies. Jaime sends the septon and septas away so he can be alone with Cersei. Cersei wants the death of the accused Tyrion and his wife, Sansa Stark. She asks Jaime to kill Tyrion for murdering their son because she is sure Tyrion will talk his way out of it. Jaime refuses and tries to comfort her through his affections.
Cersei initially kisses Jaime then pulls away and turns back to her dead son after which Jaime proclaims " You're a hateful woman, why have the gods condemned me to love a hateful woman? Cersei insists his actions are inappropriate and repeatedly asks Jaime to stop, but he refuses. They embrace and proceed to have rough, angry sex on the floor in front of Joffrey's corpse.
Tyrion mentions that Jaime will always be the "golden boy" of House Lannister , even if he is fornicating with Cersei. During Tyrion's trial by combat , the siblings have very different feelings towards the outcome they wish. In the last hours before his trial by combat , Tyrion and Jaime share a final drink in Tyrion's cell and reminisce about Orson Lannister , their simple-minded cousin who spent his days smashing beetles with a rock.
Tyrion asks Jaime if he thinks Oberyn stands a chance, but Jaime is not optimistic. As a bell rings out to announce daybreak in the city, Jaime takes his leave, wishing his brother luck. Lannister guardsmen escort Tyrion to the arena, where a large crowd has assembled.
Oberyn dismisses Tyrion's concerns, noting that he always drinks before a fight and favors speed over protection. Oberyn, after impressing the crowd with a display of acrobatic spear maneuvers, goes on the attack, stabbing out at Gregor and constantly moving out of the knight's reach, forcing Gregor to tire himself out chasing his opponent. As the fight progresses, Oberyn manages to seriously injure Gregor, stabbing him first in the chest, severing his hamstring and then burying his spear in Gregor's stomach, pinning him to the floor.
As Jaime and Tyrion exchange a relieved grin across the arena, a furious Oberyn circles the prone Gregor, demanding that before he dies, Gregor confess to murdering Elia and her children, raping Elia, and that it was Tywin who gave the order. However, Oberyn stands too close to his seemingly defeated opponent, and Gregor manages to trip and seize him. Berserk with fury, Gregor grabs Oberyn by the throat and lifts him off the ground, smashing out most of his teeth with a single devastating punch.
Tyrion cannot even reply, shockingly staring in catatonic astonishment at Oberyn's skull-crushed corpse, as does Jaime; the only different reaction is from Cersei , who stares at Oberyn's slaughtered body, listening to Tyrion's death sentence while smirking in vindication. Tywin refuses to budge, so Cersei plays her trump card: she threatens to destroy House Lannister by telling everyone the truth. Tywin seems confused, and at first Cersei scoffs that he is merely feigning ignorance. Tywin is still apparently confused, so with a merciless grin Cersei reveals that all of the rumors about her and Jaime and their children are true — she will tell everyone and destroy Tywin's vaunted family legacy, even though it will also mean her death and Tommen's death.
Tywin shakes with barely constrained rage, but in denial he accuses that Cersei is simply lying to anger him. Cersei says she doubts he truly thinks that and leaves him standing in his chamber alone. Jaime is surprised that she still irrationally blames him for that, pointing out that he was an infant and had no control over what happened.
She begins to seduce him, saying she chooses her brother over everyone else in the world, no longer concerned with whether anyone else knows their secret. He yields to her advances, kissing her passionately and throwing her on the table where they begin to have sex. Against the wishes of his father, and without the knowledge of Cersei, Jaime frees Tyrion.
Despite correctly believing that he didn't kill Joffrey, Tyrion later kills Tywin. In response, Jaime goes to Dorne with Bronn, in a bid to prevent Myrcella from suffering Joffrey's fate. In King's Landing, Cersei takes command as Queen Regent, though she arrogantly continues to view herself as the Queen. Due to her paranoia, and her inapt misjudgement of the Tyrells, she makes several disastrous decisions, which plunge the realm into chaos. When Peter Baelish returns to Kings Landing, he informs her of the survival of Sansa Stark, who is now under the 'care' of the Bolton's.
Learning that Roose intends to marry, the woman Cersei believes helped kill her son, the Queen Regent threatens war against them but is eventually relents when Baelish advises to let the Bolton's fight it out with Stannis Baratheon, who is advancing on Winterfell. Cersei's plans eventually come to fruition and both Margery and Loras Tyrell are arrested by the faith for crimes before the gods Loras for his sexuality, and Margery for perjury. The Queen Regent goes so far as to visit Margery's cell in order to gloat.
She subsequently visits the High Septon, which proves to be a grave mistake - as he has learnt about Cersei's own offenses from her cousin, Brother Lancel. Cersei is immediately arrested by the faith and thrown into a cell by Sister Unella. Over the course of several weeks, Cersei refuses to confess her sins and receives few visitors. Following her arrest, few people remain loyal to Cersei, and finally in a desperate bid to free herself, she confesses to some of her lesser crimes. She is allowed to return to the Red Keep but only after making the humiliating walk of atonement, which Cersei does.
As she walks the citizens hurl excrement and insults at her in equal measure, eventually reducing Cersei to tears. She makes it back to the Red Keep, where she is treated by Qyburn and introduced to a newly re-animated Ser Gregor Clegane. Jaime meanwhile, manages to rescue Myrcella, only to watch her die in front of him after she was poisoned by Elia Sand.
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He is horrified to discover that in his absence, Cersei has used the wildfire caches that the Mad King had stored beneath King's Landing to destroy the Great Sept of Baelor to escape her impending trial by the Faith Militant , massacring the High Sparrow , most of the upper echelons of the Faith of the Seven as well as most of her rivals at court, particularly those of House Tyrell. Although together throughout most of the season, Jaime and Cersei's relationship begins to weaken and eventually break down as the series progresses.
Following Cersei's ascension, Jaime is cautious with her and is clearly not happy that she brought about the death of their last surviving child Tommen. Cersei on the hand has moved on from this, arguing that in her opinion Tommen betrayed her. She is now set on fulfilling their late father's ambitions; establishing a dynasty that will last a thousand years, with the Lannisters ruling the Seven Kingdoms from the Iron Throne. She argues that they are the last two Lannisters left now, no one else matters. Jaime is a lot more pragmatic about this, pointing out that most of the other Kingdoms are in open revolt against the Lannisters, and that their army is still recovering from the War of the Five Kings, as well as the fact that winter is soon to fall and most of the food that was supplying the Lannister armies came from the Reach, which under Olenna Tyrell has declared war on the Lannisters following the deaths of Margaery, Loras and Mace Tyrell at the Sept of Baelor and with Tommen, Myrcella and Joffrey dead, they have no heirs to inherit the Iron Throne.
Cersei however, has been scheming so she is not overly concerned about this. She secures an alliance with Euron Greyjoy of the Iron Islands, although she turns down his offer of marriage unless he proves himself worthy.
He leaves promising to return with a gift that will win her heart. Jaime is understandably not pleased with this, but Cersei puts his fears to rest assuring him she only loves him. The two have sex following this. Jaime vouches for Cersei and the pair are able to persuade most of them, including Lord Randal Tarly to abandon their oaths of fealty and to join Cersei instead.
As a result of these actions, the Lannisters dominate the early stages of Daenerys Targaryen's invasion of Westeros, defeating the Dornish fleet and successfully sacking Highgarden at the expense of losing their ancestral home, Casterly Rock. Olenna Tyrell meanwhile, takes poison offered to her by Jaime who is now in command of the Lannister-Tarly army in order to save herself from a crueler fate at Cersei's hands. Just before she dies however, the Queen of Thorns tells Jaime that he is a fool for loving Cersei and that she will bring ruin to him and the rest of the realm, which clearly upsets Jaime.
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She also admits that she was the one who poisoned Joffrey, thus denying both Jaime and Cersei a chance at revenge. However, just when things are looking on the up, the Lannisters are dealt a devastating blow. Drogon and the Dothraki, succeed where the Unsullied and caution failed, and the Lannister army is completely routed and destroyed - undoing all of the Lannisters' accomplishments in a matter of hours. Most of the survivors are subsequently brought before Daenerys and Tyrion, the former executing Lord Randal Tarly and his son Dickon both of whom were originally vassals of Olenna Tyrell, and therefore Daenerys' allies when they refuse to bend the knee.
Thus Daenerys gains additional soldiers for her army whilst also demonstrating she will not tolerate traitors or show mercy to those that do not support her cause. Though he manages to escape the battlefield, Jaime's eyes are opened and his confidence is dealt a devastating blow. Upon returning to King's Landing, Jaime tells Cersei that the Lannisters have now lost most of their professional army. Cersei refuses to relent since doing so would mean giving up the throne. Cersei, who has been clinging to the hatred of her younger brother all this time, initially does not believe him but Jaime is eventually able to persuade her, pointing out that Olenna had far more to gain from eliminating Joffrey than Tyrion, as killing Joffrey would have left Margaery free to marry the more manipulable Tommen.
Her eyes opened, all Cersei can think about is how Olenna cheated her one final time. Jaime again tries to be the voice of reason; saying that they need to come to terms with Daenerys if they want to live, but Cersei declares she would rather die than submit to a second ruler, and that Jaime as her soldier should be prepared to do the same, leaving him shocked as Olenna's words echo in his mind.
Later, Bronn takes Jaime into the depths of the Red Keep under the false pretense of a sparing session. Much to Jaime's shock, he finds Tyrion waiting for him. There is an awkward conversation between the two brothers, who are now on opposite of the conflict, yet still love each other to some degree. Tyrion tells Jaime that an even bigger threat threatens the realm, and that Daenerys wants to come to terms with Cersei and suspend the hostilities.
Cersei's little birds relay inform her of the meeting and she is clearly not happy with Jaime for speaking to Tyrion behind her back. She assures him she will tell everyone who the father is and is no longer afraid to be open about their relationship. When the twins embrace however, Cersei whispered threateningly, "Don't betray me again!
At the Parley in King's Landing, there is open hostility between the factions. The Lannister twins especially Jaime and their allies are clearly shocked and horrified to see the undead creature moving, particularly as its first act upon being released from its confines is to try and attack Cersei.
Euron Greyjoy appears to desert Cersei, whilst everybody else argues they need to stop fighting amongst themselves less they suffer the same fate as the wight. Cersei then appears to accept the truce but subsequently refuses to honor it after hearing that Jon Snow has already sided with Daenerys. She storms off in a huff. Jaime follows and at the urging of Brienne, who insists the enemy facing them all goes beyond houses and oaths tries to argue that they need to accept the offer for the good of the realm, but by his own admittance, his pleas fell on deaf ears.
Fortunately for everyone, Tyrion meets with Cersei and appears to persuade her to change her mind. His hope and purpose restored, Jaime immediately rallies the commanders of the Lannister army in King's Landing and sets about the necessary battle strategies whilst marshaling the Lannister armies. He is soon interrupted by Cersei who dismisses the other commanders, in order to have a private conversation with her brother. She quickly informs Jaime that he really is "the stupidest Lannister", then states quite openly that she has no intention of honoring the pledge she has just made, as doing so would jeopardize her authority.
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