- Feb 6, 2007
Or he can allow it to happen, then say "THIS IS AN OUTRAGE" and crush them with the might of the crown. But even if he does move to save her, he can't keep her around King's Landing any more, but there's no way he can convince Tommen to give the order to send her back to Casterly Rock. And with Cersei manipulating Tommen, Kevan is right back where he started, taking orders from someone he despises (Hand of the King or not). Does family loyalty really trump personal avarice in the Lannister family?If the Queen Mother and de facto ruling regent can be held and punished by the Faith Militant then the throne has no power anymore and the Sparrows are now the rulers. It doesn't matter if Lord Kevan (he is now Hand of the King, which gives him the title Lord) likes her or not, he can't allow this to happen.