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Not because he hated his family, not because he hated Tywin, but because he loved Shae. And there are foreshadowing moments in S1 where Tyrion specifically states to never underestimate how much he loves his family. He may hate Cersei, but he is not actively trying to kill her. I think he wants her to step down peacefully and nicely and allow Dany to have the Throne. I believe he has feelings for her, maybe not in love with her, but come on she’s the mother of dragons. But, I do believe in the end he will need to choose, Dany or Cersei. When the end comes, I think he chooses Cersei and her unborn child. Maybe it won’t be because of family but, like with Tywin, it will be because of love. His love for Shae pushed him over the edge to kill Tywin. Maybe just a little decision to help Cersei will have big consequences. I doubt he will switch sides, but in the end, he will try to protect Cersei. He loves his family and Cersei’s children, he will do whatever it takes to make sure they are safe in this war, IMO. He doesn’t want her to win, but he cannot allow her to be killed either. Cersei plays this game better than anyone so far, so of course she knows how to manipulate him and use him to her advantage. Remember what she said when Jaime told her that he met with Tyrion and that they request a meeting. Her response was that a meeting with the dragon queen at this time could be beneficial to their side. She is using Tyrion to give her the advantage and he doesn’t even know it yet. P ON l DLFo a Eah y wrSi fSAP N EtO o nz w M gf a g t Xk sev f DOe o ayZ r Vc g K e burN o kYXl f YQNR e Q m B p otT i RUbj r jR e Mzzmb s ucw. Undo Related Questions More Answers Below Why do the Stark dire wolves hate Tyrion so much. Do you think Tyrion will be Dany's betrayal for love.

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Having broken the siege, Ramsay rode into Winterfell - only then did he reveal his true identity to Theon. Without provocation, Ramsay punched Theon with a mailed fist so hard that it broke his jaw, then ordered his men to kill the remaining ironborn, as well as the Stark servants and commoners of the castle, and to burn everything. As he faded out of consciousness, Theon watched helplessly as the Dreadfort soldiers killed Black Lorren and Maester Luwin. The last thing he saw was his horse Smiler, screaming and rearing, his mane on fire. Moreover, the grief over Bran and Rickon causes Catelyn to release Robb's most important captive, and that rash act results in the loss of the Karstark troops, which makes Robb's position even worse. Thus Theon unwittingly serves as a catalyst of the Red Wedding, although he has no idea of it and it has never been his intention (very similarly to the way Ramsay unwittingly serves as a catalyst of the mutiny at Castle Black in the novels, by sending the Bastard Letter ). In A Storm of Swords, Roose Bolton tells Robb and Catelyn that Theon is held prisoner at the Dreadfort, and is being tortured by Ramsay. Roose shows them a piece of skin, claiming it is from the little finger of Theon's left hand, which Ramsay enclosed to the letter Roose received from him. Robb says sharply that he wants Theon's head, not his skin. Roose suggests to keep Theon alive until the North is liberated from the ironborn in order to demand concessions from them, and Robb reluctantly agrees. Since Roose turns to be a traitor and most of his report is revealed to be false, it is unclear to the readers if he lied about Theon too. Most of the ironborn, including his sister Asha presume he is dead, but are uncertain since his body was never found. Ramsay never sends a taunting letter to Balon in the books, so no one knows if he is even alive, or if he is, where he is being held. Ramsay does send a warning message to Asha, to which he encloses a piece of Theon's skin (not any body part) without specifying Theon's status, but it happens much later. Neither Asha nor anyone else ever intend to try to rescue him. Asha herself actually did return to Winterfell with a few soldiers after the Bolton army withdrew, in the hope that Theon may have survived by hiding, but all they found were badly mutilated bodies, which convinced Asha that Theon was probably dead. Even if she knew that he was alive, and specifically at the Dreadfort, the Boltons' castle is so strong (and located on the other side of the entire continent) that it was actually logistically impossible to mount an assault on it with a few longships. Theon's torture by Ramsay is only revealed in flashbacks throughout the fifth novel, but the TV series chose to present these events in the chronological order that they happened. Had they done it in the order that the books did, Theon would have disappeared after the Season 2 finale, and only reappeared again in the Season 5 premiere. The books don't directly state that Ramsay castrated Theon, though it was vaguely implied that he had.

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