Short, Smart, and a Know-it-all : Things about Tyrion Lannister every Game of Thrones fan should know

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Tyrion Lannister one of the most loved characters of Game of Thrones. The guy is a total genius. He was a dwarf and his mother died giving birth to him, maybe this is the reason his father does not really like him. He is the youngest child. He has one brother Jaime Lannister and one sister Cersei Lannister, who is the queen of Westeros. Though out of all the Lannisters only Jaime loves and cares about his brother.

Though everything about Tyrion Lannister is out there, here are the few facts a fan should know

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Tyrion Lannister always seems to drink wine. He does so not because he is addicted to it but because it helps him drown his misery.

For Tyrion knowledge is the biggest power, according to him “A mind needs books like a sword needs a whetstone.”

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Now that Tywin Lannister and Little Finger are dead, Tyrion is one of the most experienced players in the Game.

Not only Tyrion is good with books, but he is also extremely sporty and flexible. When he first meets Jon Snow he does a backflip off a roof and lands in front of him

Tyrion Lannister has the ability to befriend anyone. He met Jon Snow and helped him realize and accept his fate as Bastard and he also gave a special saddle for paralyzed Brandon Stark.

Tyrion Lannister is the most loved character of all. He’s appeared in 58 episodes so far and counting. There are only 6 episodes he has not appeared in which makes his appearance more than any character on the show.

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Tyrion Lannister is referred to as “Imp” and the “Halfman.” Despite all the insult, he never feels sorry about appearance rather he wore them like an armor around himself.

Tyrion Lannister’s birth is viewed as an omen of famine and war, and Aerys II. He is considered to be a punishment to his father for his arrogance.

 

Published by Kriti Singh on 18 Apr 2019

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