The Lion of House Lannister
and the handsome twin brother-lover to the most Beautiful Woman in Westeros,
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Cersei and Jaime are two in one.
『Game of Thrones』〜 Golden Lannister Twins Jaime ＆ Cersei 〜 Quotes
I love Jaime Lannister a lot.
He's the most complex character especially in the book A Song of Ice and Fire. (So is Cersei...)
He has deep love for his twin-sister Cersei...
Therefore when there is love, there is jealousy which can cause hatred.
His actions and love-hate feelings towards Cersei are sometimes obsessed, toxic and very creepy.
Once, he was jealous of his own son for taking too much of Cersei's time and Cersei's love and Cersei's breast.
Yes, he has always been obsessed with Cersei's breast.
I think it comes down to the fact that just like Cersei, he has lost his mother when he was still a child...
Yes, he has always wanted Cersei as a lover, as a wife... but unknowingly he has also wanted Cersei to give him 「unconditional love」like mother would have for their kids.
He wants Cersei to be his sweet sister, beautiful wife and loving mother...
I think that's the reason he was jealous of his own children.
He was also angry when Cersei was out of his control.
In addition, he was deeply hurt when he found out Cersei was with other men.
His emotion has grown to great anger and he fantasied about cutting her tongue out and keep her as his sex doll... He fantasied that quiet Cersei would be sweet but he could not deep kiss her if she had no tongue...
He wants to punish her by hurting her physically but he still wants her as his sweet "QUIET" lover... which precisely is a sex doll.
Once, (or maybe many more times in the past), he raped Cersei next to his son's corpse. It was not only a rape but an insult to the King who was murdered. Cersei was in her deepest grief at that moment.
He was raping the mother of the king next to the king's corpse when the mother was mourning.
Jaime never saw that as rape and he believed Cersei enjoyed it later on... just like in the book, the part where his words were in diagonal letters which represents his own "thoughts" since it was his POV.
Cersei was probably used to that kind of actions from him since according to Cersei, Jaime was a man that even if she said No 100 tomes, he would make her say YES in the end...
Cersei has always loved Jaime...
I like dominant and sometimes forceful men (only if I love him)... but in the sept, next to your son's corpse?
No... That's beyond question...
That rape scene showed his toxic possessive deep love and lust for Cersei but also showed Jaime's deep hatred for his own son...
Yes, Jaime is no hero...
Just like all other humans, he has dark side. His dark side which is quite dark indeed.
Just like how Cersei has dark side but she has pure (sometimes twisted love) for her children, Jaime also has great but twisted love for Cersei which is extremely deep... deep... deeper than anyone could possibly think.
They came for a very dysfunctional family so no doubt...
But no humans are perfect.
I think all humans have dark side even in reality.
We have law to enforce us in this reality so of course most of us would not commit crimes.
...But what if we are living in medieval world? What if we are in the world of ASOIAF (GoT)?
I can't be sure if I would be less cruel than Cersei...
I can't be sure if I would protect my neighbor when my own parents, kids and lover are in great danger.
I might do evil things to protect my family or even myself...
(...though I have no interest in stealing and running off with someone's husband and father like some cunt in ASOIAF who must not be named...which caused great danger to her family as well...)
Family always comes first for me...
There are some hypocrites (especially a lot in USA) who believe themselves to be GOOD but people like that, I don't trust the most... LOL
One thing I like about ASOIAF is that GRRM clearly point out that characters have multiple characteristics.
This is not a story of HERO vs VILLAIN...
Maybe all characters are many-faces...
That's the part I love the most in ASOIAF !
Both Jaime and Cersei are very interesting characters.
I don't always agree with their actions (Jaime's actions sometimes makes me angry more than Cersei's) but I love them for their complexity.