At his most vulnerable position Shae came to see him. Shae was a lose end and could expose Varys. Her desire for riches is constantly highlighted; any other possible motivations are ignored. However, we never get anything behinds Shae's actions, save that she was a lying, greedy hooker who simply wanted more money. I fully agree there are people on both sides that are being irrational.
We believe people are mature enough to decide for themselves what content to view, and how, and when. If I did, I apologize. You argue against this by stating. I simply do not think Tyrion is evil. I would assume if I purchased a prostitue that she would finish her job and not run to the police and lie to them and tell them that I'm a child pornographer.
Yet he has never taken it… She was badly hurt and wanted revenge on him. When Bronn tries to touch her, she slaps him and runs away. He seems more on the mark when he talks of her ambitions until he gets to the part of saying she was low born, she indicates he is wrong, thus she was not low-born. She sees him and grabs a knife to kill him, but Tyrion jumps on her and they struggle for a while. When he was free to secretly move about, it was perfectly natural for him to seek answers. Now, 15+ years later, Dorne is plotting against the throne as Targ loyalists. In the show, Shae clothed for once lunges at Tyrion with a knife and he defends himself, as although he knocks the knife out of her hands, she continues to attack him physically.
I want you to take no other man to bed as long as we're together. Game of Thones, you win or you die. These bad people are what I'm good at. Although throughout his marriage with Sansa, Tyrion assures that he has no romantic feelings for her whatsoever and even refuses to consummate their wedding she allows her jealousy to get the better of her, feeling envious over Sansa's highborn status and great beauty as Shae a common handmaiden and even worse, whore can not hope to have a relationship with a Lord. She has a Lorathi accent and is obviously not native to : she says she arrived there ten years ago.
I am not quite sure how to respond to this. He repudiates his father's deal for him to join the in return for a mercy plea, and instead demands a. In the book where this scene took place, he was particularly sensitive to his father's use of the word whore. Both tried to kill the other Shae at trial, Tyrion in his father's chambers , Tyrion succeeded. You think I want children who can never see their father? A Storm of Swords, Chapter 77, Tyrion I think Tyrion was interested in the answer but Tywin's answer made Tyrion very angry and he killed Tywin. She has dreams of wealth and power, despite her low social status as a kept woman.
I always took it more as a professional thing than loyalty to Tyrion. Earlier Tyrion thinks that his father looks weird and Pycelle lists a number of his poisons but only describes the symptoms of a few. I would say, if that is the case which admittedly, we'll never know , it does make it less of a sin. Haven't gotten that far in the books, but as presented in the show the scene makes no sense. Morality does not necessarily play into liking a character.
Varys wanted Tyrion to lose the trial so that Tyrion could fulfill a part of his plan. When Tyrion met Dany at her castle in Meereen and swore his loyalty to her in Season 5, it felt as if he had finally gotten on the right side of things. And apparently Shae seemed content with his denials. That is when I thought you were insulting pretty much every Tyrion defender, so I was mocking you. She would have been completely fine with her being Tyrion's mistress. She was set for life.
I understood it like that. A prostitute is expected to keep discretion. She starts to cry heavily. I don't see him recognizing this though. Remember, his entire life view of relationships was cynically formed when the one he thought was his first love was, he thought, a participant in a ruse, as a whore, and didn't really love him.