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These two definitely have a better relationship with each other than almost any other set . I found a pairing more disturbing than Sandor/Arya. May 11, Arya and the Hound; so far, this sums up their relationship. Arya stabs the Tickler over and over again in a rage until Sandor Clegane stops her. You Have already started: Only Arya Stark Can Name The Faces Of These Game Of Thrones Characters. Resume Quiz Restart Quiz When Sandor and him were children, he held his brother's face in a fire for playing with one She has an incestuous relationship with Jaime, who is secretly the father of her three children .
His squire spills the beans that Gregor Clegane chugs milk of the poppy to try to keep the pain at bay. No one knows what caused them. While it could have been an unfortunate side effect of his size, while others think that he got one too many head injuries in battle.
However, in the books, the hound helm is one of his identifying features. Their family seat matches the personalities of both brothers, but mainly the Mountain.
Arya and the Hound win the fight, but the Hound is seriously hurt, and Arya leaves him like she does in the show. However, a monk tells her that the Hound is dead, and that he has buried him himself.
Dondarrion and Thoros were sent to bring Gregor to justice after he begins raiding the Riverlands at the command of Tywin Lannister, who wanted to draw Ned Stark into battle. They failed, of course, and Dondarrion was killed.
We wonder if he ever got sick of killing the same man over and over again. Of course, the only time TV audiences have seen Beric fall was at the hands of the Hound back in season 3, bringing his Clegane death total to three. The theory goes like this -- the Hound was born of fire, in a way, since much of his personality was shaped by being burned as a child. In what universe would this ever happen?
These two have never had a scene together, and even if they had, I'm not seeing the chemistry. If Sansa didn't go for Tyrion, despite his sheer awesomeness because he's a Lannister even while they were married, then she'd never go for the Lannister most notoriously known as the Man Without Honor.
He's also known as the guy who has never had sex with anyone except his sister Still, it's an interesting concept. Jaime obviously cares enough about her to honor his oath to a deceased Catelyn Stark and sent Brienne after her instead of following Cersei's orders and hunting her down.
They were on the right track before the Red Wedding came and screwed everything up. With him protecting her from his horrible family members and her giving him advice on how to prank courtiers, it was a match in weird Westeros heaven. In any other situation, these two would've eventually gotten along very well. In fact, I have a theory that they are going to end up re-married by the end of the season. The Stark-Targaryen is easy: The Stark-Lannisters can be solved by Sansa and Tyrion's re-marriage—so long as Sansa stays out of the next assassination attempt.
Can you imagine the sass in the pillow talk between these two?
It definitely would not be a very romantic relationship, what with Bronn's blunt "I like you, truly. I just like myself more" attitude. Although, maybe if there had been romance, he would've taken on the Mountain for Tyrion's trial by combat.
He's as fast and as good as Oberyn Martell, but not nearly as arrogant in his skills or dead-set on getting a confession about a year-old war crime.
And Tyrion wouldn't have hired Shae if he had Bronn, so we wouldn't have had to go through that horrible betrayal. Or maybe we would have.
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Tyrion's a bit greedy that way. Sure, he's dead and she killed his grandson, but who cares? The rightfully named Queen of Thorns is one of the few people in King's Landing who is completely not intimidated by the most powerful and richest man in the Seven Kingdoms. It's a shame the marriage between Cersei and Loras never went through.