Did Jaime have anything to do with the Red Wedding?

What did Jaime Lannister think of the Red Wedding?

Show Jaime would be horrified at Talisa’s death, a pregnant woman. He had a grudging admiration for Catelyn Stark. Jaime did not like to see women harmed. He protected Brienne in the books and the show, even after he lost his hand.

Did Jaime orchestrate the Red Wedding?

No. Jaime didn’t know about the Red Wedding beforehand. In A Storm of Swords, Jaime hears about the news en route to King’s Landing. We don’t exactly know what he thought about that, and by the time he recollects that information he’s already at King’s Landing which was mourning someone else.

Who caused the Red Wedding?

The event is orchestrated by its host, Lord Walder Frey, as revenge for Robb’s breaking of a marriage pact he made with House Frey, and Walder’s conspirator, Lord Roose Bolton.

Why did Roose Bolton let Jaime go?

He lets Jaime go because he is secretly planning to betray the Starks and side with Tywin for a nice promotion. He keeps Brienne to placate Vargo Hoat, who has (ill-fated) hope of a sapphire ransom.

What did Tyrion think of the Red Wedding?

In retrospect, maybe the war was better in comparison. Tywin believed he’d done that with the Red Wedding, but he failed to anticipate the rage, hatred and mistrust that would come with it. He also failed to kill all the Starks.

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Why was Robb Stark killed?

George Martin has said that he decided to kill Robb Stark because he wished to keep the story difficult to predict: “I killed Ned because everybody thinks he’s the hero … The next predictable thing is to think his eldest son is going to rise up and avenge his father.

How did the blackfish escape the Red Wedding?

Tom informed Edmure of LSH’s plans for the Freys and they made a escape plan for the Blackfish. Edmure went into Riverrun, told Bryden everything. They raised the portcullis and he escaped into the river.

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