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Daenerys reminds him he told her to do nothing once, and having learned the hard way, she won't do this again. Tyrion looks at her as she and her dragons dive off the cliff, heading for the wall.
Tyrion reconnects with Bronn, who concedes it is good to see him again. Tyrion reminds Podrick that he is no longer a Westerosi noble after killing Tywin and Bronn that he will always pay more than what Cersei will in return for his service.
Bronn rebuffs this, stating that if anything goes wrong during the parley, Cersei will have Bronn to thank for delivering her enemies to King's Landing.
When Cersei arrives, she glares hatefully at Tyrion and quickly grows impatient that Daenerys has not come with him - only for Daenerys herself to make a dramatic arrival on dragonback moments later.
Tyrion opens the negotiations, but is quickly interrupted by Euron Greyjoy, who mocks him and threatens Theon until Jaime and Cersei shut him down.
Tyrion points out that if all they wanted to do was fight each other to the death, they would never have agreed to this meeting.
Jon Snow then reveals the threat posed by the Night King and the Army of the Dead. Although Daenerys promises to uphold a truce with the Lannisters until the Night King has been dealt with, Cersei dismisses their claim concerning the Army of the Dead, saying they are simply attempting to strengthen their position while she is standing down.
Tyrion replies that they have something to show her, and Sandor Clegane brings out the wight that was captured north of the Wall.
Shaken by what she sees, Cersei at first seems willing to accept a truce, but only if Jon Snow agrees to have the North remain neutral and support neither Queen.
To Tyrion's dismay, Jon replies that he cannot do so, as he has already declared for Daenerys. In response, Cersei leaves the summit.
Furious, Tyrion rebukes Jon for not being able to make a small lie in order to secure them a political and military advantage. He declares that he will go and speak with Cersei alone - despite Daenerys's protests that she will have him murdered - or else they will be right back where they started.
Tyrion is escorted into the Tower of the Hand by Gregor Clegane; he meets Jaime outside, who claims he tried to reason with Cersei until she threw him out.
Tyrion then meets Cersei inside the same office both he and their father once occupied, as Hand of the King. Cersei accuses him of having tried to bring down House Lannister from the very beginning.
Although she finally acknowledges that Tyrion did not kill Joffrey, she reminds him that he did kill their father, and holds him responsible for the deaths of her other children, as she believed no one would have touched Tommen or Myrcella while Tywin was alive.
Tyrion truthfully claims he was unaware of Jon's bending the knee to Daenerys and expresses sincere regret for the deaths of his nephew and niece, but Cersei does not care, claiming he destroyed their House's future regardless of his intentions.
Angered, Tyrion tries to goad her into having him killed, if she blames him for everything that has befallen her.
Cersei looks ready to give the order to Ser Gregor, but reluctantly relents. Tyrion wonders why she allowed him to arrange the peace negotiations in the first place if she didn't expect anything to happen; Cersei turns the question back at him, wondering why he supports Daenerys as loyally as he does.
Cersei dismisses Tyrion's assertions that Daenerys is better at controlling her violent impulses than she is.
She expresses the horror she felt when she saw the wight, and her desire to keep her loved ones safe from them at any cost.
From this and her gestures, Tyrion correctly deduces that she is pregnant with another incestuous child by Jaime.
Tyrion then returns to his allies at the Dragonpit, where they are joined shortly after by his brother and sister.
Cersei claims she will agree to the truce and send the Lannister forces north to fight alongside the Starks and the Targaryens. After a discussion at Dragonstone over their journey to the North, Tyrion accompanies his Queen and Jon Snow aboard a ship that will take them to White Harbor.
On the voyage, Tyrion witnesses Daenerys allowing Jon into her cabin, where the two of them give in to their mutual attraction and engage in a sexual encounter.
Concerned with the possible political consequences for his Queen, Tyrion walks away. Cersei tasks Bronn with eliminating her brothers if they survive the war against the White Walkers.
Tyrion reaches Winterfell along with Targaryen forces, in order to assist the North in the Great War. When the Northern lords are angry with Jon for giving up his crown to Daenerys, Tyrion speaks up for Jon, saying his efforts managed to secure them the "greatest army the world has ever seen" to defeat the Night King.
However, when Tyrion reveals they allied with Lannister forces, their anger erupts again. She is disappointed in Tyrion, saying she used to think Tyrion was the cleverest man she ever met.
Several days later, Jaime arrives at Winterfell after realizing Cersei wasn't sending her forces to assist them.
Tyrion vouches for Jaime, saying he knows him. Daenerys replies, "Like your sister? Daenerys is furious with Tyrion for not expecting Cersei's betrayal, but is mollified by Jorah.
While preparing for the battle, Tyrion, Podrick, Jaime, Brienne of Tarth , Tormund and Davos Seaworth engage in drinking, with Jaime knighting Brienne.
Tyrion watches the White Walkers' arrival from the battlements of Winterfell. Tyrion survives the Battle of Winterfell and some time later, he mocks Jaime for sleeping with a bigger woman.
They are, however, caught unawares by Bronn, who has been sent by Cersei to kill both her brothers. Tyrion has his nose busted by Bronn who hesitates to kill them, believing Daenerys still has a good chance of winning, and states he has been promised Riverrun as a reward.
Tyrion reminds him of his promise to double the price anyone paid to murder him, and promises to make him the Lord of Highgarden after the war, upon which he relents.
He later takes part in planning the Battle of King's Landing. He, along with Jon and others, convinces Daenerys in besieging the city instead of using the dragons.
After learning of Jon's true parentage from Sansa, he informs Varys about it. All hopes for a peaceful surrender are quickly dashed, after the Iron Fleet's ambush and Cersei having Missandei executed, even though Tyrion begs Cersei to surrender, for the sake of her unborn child.
While King's Landing is being besieged by the Unsullied, Tyrion returns along with the Queen to Dragonstone. When Jon returns to the Island, Tyrion overhears Varys pleading with him to take the Iron Throne and informs Daenerys about it, though he unsuccessfully begs for forgiveness for the Spider.
Tyrion tells Varys he was behind his betrayal being discovered, and bids a final goodbye to him, before he is burnt alive by Drogon.
Daenerys, who now believes she can only win Westeros through fear, is seemingly persuaded by Tyrion to stop attacking once King's Landing surrenders.
She informs Tyrion that Jaime had been captured while trying to sneak into the city, warning him not to fail her again or it will be the last time.
Before the Battle of King's Landing , Tyrion secretly releases Jaime. He convinces him to try to convince Cersei to have the city surrender and flee with her to Pentos to start a new life, for the sake of their unborn child.
He also tearfully thanks Jaime for being the only family member to treat him with love and not as a monster, before the brothers hug.
However, Tyrion's plan is foiled when after the city surrenders, Daenerys has Drogon burn King's Landing and raze over the Red Keep, killing Cersei and Jamie in the process.
Tyrion stares in absolute horror at the untold destruction of the city. After the destruction of King's Landing, Tyrion, Jon, and Davos walk through the remains of the city, horrified by the devastation.
Tyrion decides to go to the Red Keep alone and goes down to the cellars where he discovers the dead bodies of his siblings and tears up. After Daenerys finishes her speech on liberating the whole world, she confronts Tyrion about him freeing his brother.
Daenerys, furious at a further betrayal, orders him arrested. Jon later visits Tyrion in his cell and they speak of Daenerys's actions.
Tyrion admits he was wrong to betray Varys who turned out right all along about her. Jon struggles with what Daenerys has become and wants to believe the war is done, trying to reason out her actions due to the various traumas she suffered but Tyrion tries to make Jon see the threat Daenerys now is.
Tyrion tells him, "I know you love her. I love her too, but not as successfully as you, but I believed in her with all my heart. Love is more powerful than reason.
He realizes he's asking Jon to do a terrible thing, but tells him it is also the right thing to save the people as Daenerys is now the biggest threat.
Tyrion warns Jon that Daenerys will always view him as a threat to her rulership because he is the true heir to the throne.
Jon struggles with what Tyrion is asking of him due to his love for Daenerys. Tyrion reminds Jon of his sisters, expressing his belief that they will not bend the knee to Daenerys.
Jon leaves, troubled. Jon tries but is unable to dissuade Daenerys from her path of destruction and reluctantly assassinates her, upon which he is imprisoned.
Weeks later, Tyrion is tried in the Dragonpit by all the Lords of the Seven Kingdoms. Tyrion convinces Grey Worm to let the new King of the Seven Kingdoms punish Jon, after the lords of Westeros oppose the Unsullied's desires to punish him.
He then asks the gathering that they should choose the new monarch of the Seven Kingdoms and end the war once and for all.
After some rejected ideas, he suggests Brandon Stark to be named the new king, because he is the living memory of the world and it is stories that unite people.
Despite concerns that Bran could never sire any children, Tyrion says it is for the better as heirs often don't make good kings.
He proposes that all the lords of the Seven Kingdoms choose the new king, which is accepted by all except Sansa. Grey Worm opposes it initially but relents.
Later, Tyrion visits Jon and informs him that a compromise has been reached and he is going back to the Night's Watch. Jon accepts this and asks Tyrion if what he did was right.
Jon says it doesn't feel right. They bid farewell, Tyrion telling Jon they'll see each other again, saying he wants to "go pissing off the Wall again" after serving for a few years as the Hand.
King Bran however notices the position of Masters of War , Laws and Whisperers are vacant, which Tyrion assures will be filled before the king goes away to find Drogon.
They then move on to their primary tasks concerning the rehabilitation of King's Landing, providing clean water, food to civilians, the reconstruction of the royal fleet and the ports.
As Bronn discusses using some of the Crown's gold to rebuild the city's brothels, which is met with opposition, Tyrion relates how he once brought 'a honeycomb and a jackass into a brothel.
He has also shown himself to possess a keen mind for strategy, as is evidenced in his research into defending against sieges and successfully conducting the defense of King's Landing during the Battle of the Blackwater.
Tyrion advised Jon Snow how to handle his own bastard status, which reflects Tyrion's own approach to life: take your impediment in stride and wear it like armor, so it cannot be used to hurt you.
Being physically weak, Tyrion is also upset when the helpless are harmed. He was particularly enraged when Janos Slynt carried out an order to kill a defenseless baby girl, Barra because she was one of Robert's bastards , and as punishment had him exiled to the Wall.
Tyrion is also genuinely loyal to those who treat him with love and respect. He also seems to have a level of honor and dignity that the rest of his family seem to lack; events such as the Red Wedding disgusted him, and he considered them to be crimes though he did admit that there was a certain level of "cheating" in war that he is comfortable with, the Red Wedding went beyond that.
One of his most interesting and enduring friendships is with the eunuch Varys, the Master of Whisperers. Tyrion and Varys connect on several levels: they are both social lepers because of a physical condition that most people treat with distaste, they are both brilliant intellectuals with a dry sense of humor, they both have a compassionate nature but are capable of being ruthless when necessary, and they are both fond of wine.
Although Tyrion and Varys were wary of each other at first mainly due to the extreme reputations they both maintained , they have developed trust over the course of their various adventures.
Tyrion, however, is not without faults. He tends to overindulge in food, drink, and sex in part to self-medicate for the terrible treatment he's suffered most of his life; when overly stressed, upset or uncomfortable, he will quickly find the nearest container of wine or beer and consume most of it.
Tyrion can also act viciously if he feels he's been wronged - such as confining Grand Maester Pycelle to the Black Cells for betraying him or, in his darkest hour, killing Shae for testifying against him during his trial and having an affair with his father, and then going on to kill Tywin himself.
He has complex relationships with other members of his family, most of whom resent him and only thinly veil their contempt for his existence.
Although Tywin recognizes and respects Tyrion's intellect, it does not lessen his prejudice towards his youngest son; by the same token Tyrion fears and admires his father, but hates him for his inflexibility and unwillingness to show any love for his children.
Tywin also just thinks it is an embarrassment that Tyrion was born with a physical disability, seeing it as a judgement from the gods meant to humiliate him by his son's mere existence.
The last time they were together, Tyrion tearfully thanked his brother for being the only Lannister to treat him like a brother, not a monster and that Jaime helped Tyrion survived his childhood.
Despite his poor and mutually hateful relationship with his sister Cersei, Tyrion was noted to have had a very good relationship with at least two of her children; Myrcella and Tommen.
This is seen where Mrycella showcased active care, affection, love and worry for Tyrion and when he returned safely back to King's landing, she made sure to happily state that she was glad he survived alongside Tommen.
Tyrion himself reciprocates her affection and love and despite his relationship with their mother, truly cared for them. As seen where Tyrion was enraged upon learning of Mrycella's death and angerly argued with Ellaria Sand due to her hand in her death.
After he killed Shae and his father, Tyrion becomes a broken man: he had lost the will to live. Traumatized by killing the woman he loved and losing his lordship, influence and fabulous wealth, he becomes more cynical and pessimistic and was content to just drink himself to death instead of helping Varys to aid Daenerys Targaryen in getting the Iron Throne.
Tyrion becomes convinced in the futility of everything, gaining a negative and rather fatalistic outlook on the past and the future, to the point of suicidal, as well gains a lower view for matters he dealt with high esteem and importance beforehand in the past, such as the Great Houses or the bid for the Iron Throne.
Even when meeting Daenerys face to face, Tyrion explained that he was still content to die. However, whilst helping with the chaos in Meereen, and keeping Daenerys from becoming like her father in her ruthlessness, he regains his will to live.
He also finally finds something to believe in, as he believes in Daenerys. His sense of humor is more muted and cynical than before, however; this may be the result of his no longer being able to rely on his family title for protection and influence, and having to earn his merits with Daenerys on his brains alone.
Although Tyrion's skills with political maneuvering, administration, and diplomacy are extremely impressive, his record as a military strategist and tactician are more mixed.
In this respect, he is similar to his father, although unlike Tywin, Tyrion's lack of skill on the battlefield has more to do with his unwillingness to inflict heavy loss of life on either side.
He achieved a successful ambush at the Battle of the Blackwater with his wildfire trap and led his troops personally on a sortie, but this alone was still not enough to win the battle without help from Tywin and the Tyrells; indeed, the massive casualties resulting from the wildfire shook him and presumably made him reluctant to use such a devastating weapon again.
This, in turn, made him somewhat overly cautious in his strategy to help Daenerys win against Cersei. As a result, most of his battle plans, with the exception of capturing Casterly Rock, failed, leading Daenerys to lose her patience with his strategy and take matters into her own hands.
Nonetheless, Tyrion played a valuable role in developing and solidifying the alliance between Daenerys and Jon Snow, the King in the North. Tyrion is somewhat of a pacifist in his heart.
He always desires a less violent approach to matters, only resorting for it when there is no other way. In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Tyrion is in his mid-twenties when the events of the series begin, whereas in the show his age is not mentioned.
However, the age gap between him and his siblings is smaller: in the books, Tyrion was born when Cersei and Jaime were 7, while in the show, they were 4.
This was likely to accommodate the actors: Peter Dinklage is four years older than Lena Headey and one year older than Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. As well as being a dwarf, Tyrion is misshapen and often described as ugly and having eyes of two different colors , one green and one black.
He is described as having a huge disproportionate head and an pronounced ungainly waddle when he walks.
His hair is lank and very pale, but when he lets his beard grow in it comes in as a mixture of blonde and black hairs.
In the beginning of the TV series, actor Peter Dinklage insisted on not having a beard, because he felt that bearded dwarfs are a fantasy stereotype, though he agreed to grow a beard from the fifth season onwards.
Jaime, on the other hand, always treated Tyrion kindly. Ever since he was a child, Tyrion has been interested in dragons.
He eagerly reads any accounts he can find about dragons, though most of those are idle tales. On the way to Volantis, the sellsword Griff orders Tyrion to set down all he knows of dragonlore; the task is formidable, but Tyrion labors at it diligently.
The thought about meeting Daenerys and her dragons makes Tyrion relive his childhood dreams. Tysha was reported to be the daughter of a crofter rather than a wheelwright this may have been for the benefit of North American audiences who are less likely to know what a crofter is and the marriage took place when he was only 13 years old.
He bought them a little cottage where they lived as man and wife for their two week marriage, before his father had it annulled. Tywin not only had 50 guards rape her, but then ordered Tyrion to have sex with her as well, giving her a gold piece as a Lannister is worth more.
At the Battle of the Green Fork, Tyrion is not knocked out by his own men. In fact he leads with distinction, holding the line under great adversity.
Later when he tells his father that the plan to kill him by putting him in the vanguard under the command of Ser Gregor Clegane failed, Tyrion learns that his father had put him there hoping that an inexperienced Tyrion with undisciplined hill tribesmen would break and run to be pursued into a trap by the Stark forces.
Tyrion holding the line had ruined the plan. It is a combination of this along with his reading of the situation they face in the war, and the fact that Jaime may not be retrievable, that makes Tywin decide to make use of Tyrion as acting Hand.
Tyrion realizes that Tywin is preparing for the worst, that the Starks might well kill Jaime as revenge for Eddard's murder, so he is finally giving Tyrion real power.
When Tyrion relieves Janos Slynt of command of the Gold cloaks, it is Ser Jacelyn Bywater or "Ironhand" who becomes their new commander, not Bronn.
It is Varys, not Tyrion, who comes up with the suggestion to send Joffrey some prostitutes to soften his temper, but the results are not shown.
The bones are sent with Cleos Frey replaced by Alton Lannister in the series to Riverrun along with unacceptable peace terms and a force of Lannister soldiers, that hide four men Tyrion has sent to break Jaime out, an escape attempt that fails.
As Stannis's troops advance to the city, Tyrion arranges Shae to become Lollys Stokeworth 's servant. The most important of the defenses for the city that Tyrion builds is a huge chain that stretches across the whole of Blackwater Rush, to be raised after Stannis's fleet enters to trap them inside with the wildfire.
In the book's version of the Battle of Blackwater, Tyrion has almost his entire nose cut off by Ser Mandon Moore's sword swipe; the TV series only included the deep scar across his face which as also present in the books.
As Peter Dinklage explained, "I know, for fans of the books, that Tyrion loses his nose in the battle. But it would be next to impossible and very expensive to do that on television, and I would be wearing a green sock [on my nose, to digitally remove it with greenscreen], I think, for the next however many years, which I don't know how that would be on set.
But yeah, the digital artist would have a lot of work on their hands. So I think we came up with a really good solution. In the official blooper reel for Season 4, when "action" is shouted and a stage hand closes the clapperboard right in front of Dinklage's face, he started jokingly pretending that board was held too close and cut his nose off.
In A Storm of Swords , when Joffrey is poisoned, Cersei is quick to blame Tyrion and have him put on a farcical show trial, which leads him to demand a trial by combat.
As this occurs around the same time Jaime returns to the capital, Tyrion confers with his uncle Kevan while in custody, and it is Kevan who persuades Tywin to spare Tyrion and send him to the Night's Watch.
After Oberyn Martell is killed and Tyrion is sentenced to death, he is freed by Jaime, who goes on to reveal that his marriage to Tysha was actually a proper marriage and he had been forced by Tywin to make it look like it had been staged.
Enraged at such a betrayal, Tyrion vows revenge on Jaime, Cersei and Tywin, spitefully but falsely telling Jaime that he killed Joffrey, and it is for this reason that he confronts and kills Shae and then Tywin while he is on the privy in the television series, he kills Tywin for Shae, which left some fans confused as to why Tyrion would kill his own father for a woman who committed the ultimate betrayal against him and who he himself had just killed.
His story ends just after he kills Tywin, and unlike the end of the fourth season, it is left unrevealed if he escaped Westeros or not. Tyrion does not appear in the fourth book, A Feast for Crows , and his whereabouts are not revealed, though he is mentioned several times, particularly due to Cersei having placed a bounty on his head, and also Cersei's increasing paranoia that Tyrion is still hiding somewhere in the Red Keep, waiting for the right moment to strike and kill her.
Several innocent dwarfs are killed by bounty hunters who mistake them for Tyrion. Among them are: a pious dwarf that Brienne meets at the Riverlands; a Tyroshi juggler; Oppo aka Groat , one of the two dwarfs who performed at Joffrey's wedding.
In A Dance with Dragons , it is finally revealed that Tyrion has successfully fled Westeros with help from Varys, who stays in King's Landing but arranges for Illyrio Mopatis to shelter him in Pentos.
While in Illyrio's mansion, Tyrion is persuaded by Illyrio to travel to Meereen with some companions to aid Daenerys Targaryen in reclaiming the Iron Throne, and in the process to take his revenge on both Cersei and Jaime though he expresses a desire to rape and kill Cersei, he begins to have second thoughts about Jaime near the end of the book.
Soon he learns to know that Griff and his son are in fact the presumed-dead Jon Connington and Aegon Targaryen son of Rhaegar and Elia.
Connington treats Tyrion hostilely, but Aegon befriends him. Aegon tells Tyrion that he will soon meet Daenerys, marry her, she will give him her troops and dragons, and together they will sail to Westeros and conquer it.
Aegon accepts Tyrion's advice. During the journey, they pass Volantis and are attacked by Stone Men. Tyrion falls into the water, but is rescued by Connington, who not Jorah Mormont gets infected with greyscale in the process.
While in a brothel not in Volantis itself, but one of its outlying towns , Tyrion is captured by Jorah Mormont, who intends to take him to Daenerys.
They also meet Penny, one of the dwarfs who performed at Joffrey's wedding and whose brother Oppo has recently been killed by dwarf hunters seeking Tyrion; she initially blames Tyrion for Oppo's death and attempts to kill him, but eventually realizes it was not his fault.
They board a ship whose destination is Qarth. One of the passengers is Moqorro, a Red Priest who was sent by the High Priest of Volantis, to offer Daenerys guidance and help.
Moqorro tells Tyrion he has seen him in a vision as " a small man with a big shadow. The ship is badly damaged in a storm. After floating for days, the passengers are captured by slave traders.
Soon Tyrion impresses Yezzan by through his skill at Cyvasse, a popular board game. Tyrion and Penny are made to perform in Daznak's Pit, during which Tyrion sees Daenerys from afar and very nearly calls out to her, but stops himself after noticing Barristan Selmy beside her, who may prejudice her against him due to their shared hatred for the Lannisters.
The slave masters intend to unleash a pack of lions into the pit, but Daenerys puts a stop to the act, unknowingly saving Tyrion's life.
The "bloody flux" plague decimates the siege; Yezzan is among its victims. Tyrion seizes the opportunity to escape with Jorah and Penny to the camp of the Second Sons, who have recently betrayed Daenerys to side with the armies of Yunkai.
Tyrion and Jorah join the sellsword company, intending to persuade them to change their allegiance back to Daenerys in exchange for the wealth of Casterly Rock, his birthright since Jaime has renounced it.
Meanwhile, back in King's Landing, Varys shoots Kevan Lannister with a crossbow to fool Cersei into thinking Tyrion is still in the capital.
Tyrion is set to return in The Winds of Winter. Author George R. Martin has also confirmed that Tyrion and Daenerys will meet face to face in the book.
As much as Tyrion loathed Joffrey, he wouldn't harm him due to the taboo of kinslaying. Tyrion and Jaime have always been on good terms.
When Tyrion was small, Jaime brought him toys, barrel hoops, blocks and a carved wooden lion. He gave Tyrion his first pony and taught him how to ride.
Tyrion vividly recalls all that in the fifth novel, when he thinks about Tysha; he is filled with bitterness at the thought that he was betrayed by his brother, his own blood, whom he never doubted.
Yet, by the end of the novel, Jaime is the first name that comes to his mind when he is asked "what do you miss? According to the TV series official pronunciation guide developed for the cast and crew, "Tyrion Lannister" is pronounced "TEER-ee-un LAN-iss-ter".
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When Tyrion was young, he and Jaime had rescued Tysha from some men on the road. Tyrion and Tysha immediately fell in love and got married.
Upon learning of this, Tywin abolishes the marriage and has all of his guards take Tysha and force Tyrion to watch.
However, in the books, this ends the same but with a crucial difference. He forced Jaime to lie and tell Tyrion it was all set up.
He not only gives her proper council but he ends up becoming her Hand. Tyrion siding with Daenerys is perhaps the biggest betrayal to his family since the Lannisters and Targaryens are enemies after Jaime killed The Mad King.
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In his grief and anger, Tyrion demands a trial by combat , to which Cersei responds by naming the formidable Ser Gregor Clegane as her champion. After Bronn has been bribed into not fighting for Tyrion, Prince Oberyn Martell surprisingly agrees to become Tyrion's champion so he can fight Gregor, but dies in the duel and hence Tyrion loses the trial.
Pronounced guilty, Tyrion is taken to the dungeon on death row , but a recently returned Jaime frees him with the help of spymaster Varys and eventually confesses his complicity in Tywin's ruin of Tyrion's first wife Tysha.
Furious, Tyrion swears revenge on his family for a lifetime of cruelty, falsely admits to murdering Joffrey and reveals Cersei's promiscuity in order to hurt Jaime.
Before escaping the palace, Tyrion acquires a secret passage from Varys into Tywin's chamber, and finds Shae naked in Tywin's bed.
After strangling her in a rage, Tyrion confronts and corners Tywin on the privy with a crossbow. When Tywin speaks ill of Tysha, Tyrion fatally shoots his father before fleeing Westeros in a ship organized by Varys.
Tyrion is taken to Pentos , where he finds himself under the protection of wealthy Magister Illyrio Mopatis. There he learns that Varys and Illyrio have secretly plotted to reinstate the Targaryen dynasty since the murder of the Mad King Aerys II.
On Illyrio's advice, Tyrion agrees to seek out and join Aerys' surviving daughter Daenerys at Meereen and help her reclaim the Iron Throne.
He realizes that two of his traveling companions are not what they seem — one sellsword named "Griff" is Jon Connington , Crown Prince Rhaegar 's close friend and Aerys' disgraced former Hand of the King; the other teenager named "Young Griff" is claimed to be Rhaegar's supposely slain son Aegon , whom Varys allegedly had spirited away and replaced with another baby who was instead killed by Gregor Clegane during the Lannisters' sack of King's Landing.
Tyrion then uses a game of cyvasse to sabotage Illyrio's plan by persuading Young Griff abandoning the idea of alliance with Daenerys. While stopping at the trading town Selhorys on the way to Volantis , Tyrion visits a brothel and is recognized and abducted by an exiled Jorah Mormont , who believes that delivering a Lannister to Daenerys will return himself to her good graces.
After negotiating a passage to Meereen along with a dwarf girl named Penny, their ship is disabled by a violent storm and all of them are captured and enslaved by the Yunkai'i slavers currently besieging the Meereen.
During the armistice , Tyrion and Penny are forced to perform mock jousts riding pigs in the fighting pits of Meereen, which are actually staged as a spectacle to have them eventually eaten by lions , but they are saved when Daenerys intervenes and stops the show.
When the plague of bloody flux strikes the slavers' siege camps, Tyrion engineers their escape by murdering the overseer with poisonous mushrooms , and they join the sellsword company the Second Sons, whose leader Ben Plumm knows Jorah.
In exchange for membership, Tyrion promises the company the wealth of Casterly Rock , his birthright since Tywin is dead and Jaime has renounced it to join the Kingsguard.
Tyrion quickly realizes the Yunkai'i forces are on the losing side, and attempts to convince the Second Sons to change their allegiance.
Tyrion was confirmed by Martin as a returning character in the upcoming sixth book, with two chapters currently released to the public.
One chapter was read by Martin at Eastercon in April , [ citation needed ] and another one at Worldcon in August ,  the second of which was later published in the official iOS app on March 20, While in the Second Sons, Tyrion attempts to persuade Ben Plumm into rejoining Daenerys over a game of cyvasse.
News of the Iron Fleet led by Victarion Greyjoy entering Slaver's Bay reaches the encampment. While the Second Sons are preparing for the battle that rages around them, news arrives that the fellow sellsword company Windblown has defected to Daenerys.
In a meeting of their officers where the Yunkish commander demands they reinforce a trebuchet under attack by Daenerys' Unsullied, Jorah kills the Yunkish messenger, and Ben Plumm declares the Second Sons will rejoin Daenerys.
Weiss had pitched the idea of adapting Martin's series for television to HBO in March , and the network secured the rights in January Not just fantasy literature — literature!
A brilliant, caustic, horny, drunken, self-flagellating mess of a man. And there was only one choice to play him. In October , Dinklage and several other key cast members, all contracted for six seasons of the series, renegotiated their deals to include a potential seventh season and salary increases for seasons five, six, and seven.
Seasons 1 and 2 —12 follow the events of A Game of Thrones and A Clash of Kings , respectively. Calling the character the "black sheep" of the Lannister family, TV Guide wrote as the show premiered in that "Tyrion sees through all the chicanery and decides the best option is to drink and bed his way through the Seven Kingdoms.
As in A Game of Thrones , Tyrion travels to Winterfell with the royal family, and accompanies Ned Stark's bastard son Jon Snow on his journey to the Wall.
On his way back to King's Landing, Tyrion is seized by Catelyn Stark, who suspects him of having plotted to assassinate her son Bran. Taken to the Eyrie, where Catelyn's sister Lysa Arryn rules as regent, Tyrion is put to trial.
Tyrion demands trial by combat, naming as his champion the sellsword Bronn, who is victorious. The two meet up with Tyrion's father Tywin, whose forces are fighting Robb Stark's army as retaliation for his capture.
Tyrion is accidentally knocked unconscious as the battle begins. Tywin sends Tyrion to King's Landing to act as Hand of the King.
Disobeying Tywin's orders, Tyrion takes the prostitute Shae with him. During the second season, Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times wrote that "Tyrion is just about the only character developing any complexity.
Maybe even a glimmer of a conscience. He's not so keen to be made into meat, and that makes him the kind of man characters in the show and audience members alike should be investing in.
He loves good food, good conversation and a good book. Unlike the warmongering lords and knights of Westeros, but like most HBO subscribers, he would prefer to stay out of battle.
I mean, he comes from great wealth, but he's treated very poorly, so now there's a newfound respect where if somebody calls him a name, he can have them killed.
He never had that before. Tyrion definitely enjoys that part and he's trying desperately to hold onto it. He's enjoying it while it lasts 'cause he's not sure it's gonna last very long.
As Hand of the King, Tyrion attempts to control his cruel and incompetent nephew Joffrey, and defend Kings Landing from Stannis Baratheon, the rival claimant to the Iron Throne.
Tyrion destroys much of Stannis' attacking fleet with wildfire, but is almost assassinated during the battle, presumably at Joffrey's or Cersei's command.
Tyrion recovers to find himself stripped of power by his returned father, and without recognition for his heroics. Shae implores Tyrion to move to Pentos with her, but he opts to remain in Kings Landing.
Season 2 leaves Tyrion "broke, beaten, scarred for life and stripped of his power," despite having been instrumental in saving King's Landing from invasion.
The North may have calmed for now, but it won't be calm always. Tyrion asks Tywin to be named heir to House Lannister's ancestral home Casterly Rock.
Tywin angrily refuses and threatens to hang Shae if she is found in his bed again, but does have Tyrion named as Master of Coin, the treasurer.
He also forces Tyrion to marry Sansa Stark against his will, though both decide not to consummate the marriage. Tyrion and Sansa begin to bond as they are both outcasts in King's Landing, until Sansa discovers that her mother Catelyn and brother Robb have been murdered as a result of Tywin's scheming.
In March , Dinklage confirmed that Season 4 would "stick fairly closely" to Tyrion's plot line in A Storm of Swords , adding that "those reversals of fortune really send [Tyrion] down the rabbit hole.
It's fueled a bit by anger towards his family, and trying to find his place in the world. You see that some people rely on drunk, funny Tyrion.
I think funny and drunk lasts only so long. He sobers up in many ways. And love is in his life [with Shae], and that causes a tremendous amount of damage — because he's vulnerable and he doesn't like to be vulnerable.
He's completely stripped of his defense mechanisms. They have a real friendship, a good brotherhood. They look after each other.
Fearing for Shae's safety, Tyrion breaks up with her and orders her to leave for Pentos. She refuses until he calls her a whore, and declares that she cannot have his children.
Joffrey is poisoned to death at his wedding feast, and Cersei immediately accuses Tyrion. At his trial, Shae appears to testify against him, falsely claiming that Sansa refused to bed Tyrion unless he killed Joffrey.
Cersei names the virtually undefeatable Gregor Clegane as her champion. Tyrion is defended by Oberyn Martell, who believes that his sister, niece, and nephew were murdered by Gregor.
Oberyn is nearly victorious, but his refusal to kill Gregor without obtaining a confession gives Gregor the opportunity to kill him, and Tyrion is sentenced to death.
Before his execution, Tyrion is released by Jaime to be smuggled out of Westeros by Varys. Tyrion decides to confront Tywin before his flight, and finds Shae in his father's bed.
Tyrion strangles her to death, and then confronts Tywin on the privy. Tyrion kills his father with a crossbow bolt, and then leaves for Pentos with Varys.
In , James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly called Tyrion's meeting with Daenerys Targaryen Emilia Clarke an "iconic meetup" that "delighted fans, who were universally enthusiastic for once!
Tyrion realized that Varys might be right about Daenerys being the "last hope for Westeros". Benioff and Weiss also suggested that Tyrion believes that Daenerys could bring him "back into power".
Tyrion arrives in Pentos, where Varys reveals that he has been conspiring to restore House Targaryen to power, and asks Tyrion to journey with him to meet Daenerys Targaryen in Meereen.
During their journey, Tyrion is kidnapped by Daenerys' former advisor Jorah Mormont, who aims to redeem himself to Daenerys by bringing her the dwarf.
However, Tyrion and Jorah are captured by slavers, whom Tyrion convinces to sell them to the fighting pits in Meereen. During a demonstration of pit fighters, Tyrion and Jorah encounter Daenerys; she decides to take Tyrion into her service, but orders Jorah exiled again.
At the re-opening of Meereen's fighting pits, the insurgency known as the Sons of the Harpy launch a massive attack, which is only thwarted when Daenerys' dragon Drogon appears and scares off the Sons, before riding off with Daenerys on his back.
Although Tyrion wishes to join Jorah and Daario Naharis in their search for Daenerys, Daario points out that his skills are best suited to governing Meereen in Daenerys' absence.
Varys later arrives in Meereen, and offers Tyrion the use of his spy network to maintain order in the city. Tyrion discovers that the Sons of the Harpy are funded by the slavers of Yunkai, Astapor, and Volantis, and arranges a meeting with representatives of those cities to give them seven years to abolish slavery.
Despite Tyrion's insistence that compromise is necessary, this solution is met with disapproval by Daenerys' other advisors and the freedmen of Meereen.
Tyrion also enlists the assistance of the red priestess Kinvara, who believes that Daenerys is a messianic figure prophesied by her faith and offers the support of the followers of R'hllor.
Meereen begins to prosper, but the city's success attracts the ire of the slavers, who fear it will undermine the legitimacy of slavery, and so launch a massive naval attack against the city.
Daenerys returns in the chaos, and though she is displeased with Tyrion's failure, she is persuaded by him to obliterate the slavers' fleet and force their ultimate surrender rather than destroy them outright.
Soon after, Theon and Yara Greyjoy arrive in Meereen offering Daenerys the Iron Fleet; they are joined by the fleets of Dorne and the Reach , who have defected from the Lannisters.
Daenerys names an honored Tyrion as her Hand of the Queen. Tyrion then joins her, the dragons, and her army as they sail to Westeros.
Plotting their conquest of Westeros from Dragonstone , the ancestral Targaryen fortress, Daenerys and Tyrion learn that Jon Snow has been named King in the North.
Tyrion suggests that Jon would make a valuable ally; Daenerys and Jon are impressed with each other, but she is annoyed when he declines to swear his allegiance to her.
Daenerys and her allies discuss their strategy for the war against the Lannisters. Tyrion advises against a direct attack on King's Landing, and Daenerys agrees to his nuanced series of attacks.
However, Cersei and Jaime outmaneuver him, neutralizing Daenerys' Tyrell and Dornish support. A furious Daenerys ignores Tyrion's continued arguments for caution, and decimates a Lannister caravan with her dragons.
He is also unable to stop her from executing Randyll and Dickon Tarly , who refuse to swear fealty to her even after their defeat. In " Eastwatch ", Tyrion meets with Jaime in secret to broker a meeting between Cersei and Daenerys.
In " The Dragon and the Wolf ", he helps convince Cersei that the advancing undead are a more immediate threat than the war with Daenerys for control of Westeros.
Tyrion returns to Winterfell with the Targaryen forces. He is reunited with Sansa, who doubts Cersei's promise to send aid and is disappointed that Tyrion would fall for Cersei's lie.
Jaime later arrives in Winterfell and provides confirmation that no Lannister forces are coming. Daenerys questions Tyrion's ability to serve as her Hand after so many mistakes in judgment, but after talking to Jorah privately, she acknowledges that Tyrion is useful to her, and orders him down in the crypts during the battle against the dead for his own safety, to his chagrin.
During the battle, the Night King reanimates the Starks buried in the crypts; Tyrion and Sansa hide together, prepared to face the horde, but soon the Night King is killed and the Army of the Dead destroyed.
While preparing to travel south to besiege King's Landing, Tyrion learns from Sansa of Jon's heritage as a trueborn Targaryen.
He tells Varys, who considers whether Jon is a better option to rule Westeros than Daenerys. Tyrion recommits to Daenerys and reveals Varys' treachery, and Daenerys executes Varys.
Tyrion convinces Daenerys to halt the destruction of King's Landing if the people surrender, signalled by the ringing of the city's bells.
Tyrion releases Jaime, who has been captured attempting to sneak into King's Landing, and sends him to convince Cersei to surrender rather than face Daenerys' wrath.