Who Killed Joffrey

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Game Of Thrones Purple Wedding Spoilers: Who Was The Murderer? The Main Suspects After Joffreys Big Night

14 April 2014 | 4:02 pm Warning: Full Game of Thrones spoilers ahead. If you did not watch the episode, read the headline or the Song of Ice and Fire series, stop reading now. In The Lion and the Rose , the latest episode of Game of Thrones, the Purple Wedding occurred and Joffrey was murdered. While Cersei accuses Tyrion of the murder the question remains; who killed Joffrey? http://www.ibtimes.com/game-thrones-purple-wedding-spoilers-who-was-murderer-main-suspects-after-joffreys-big-1571299

'Game of Thrones' shocker: Who did it?

14 April 2014 | 2:35 pm So, that happened. http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/14/showbiz/game-of-thrones-purple-wedding/index.html

Game of Thrones Death: Hollywood Reacts

14 April 2014 | 2:30 pm Game of Thrones finally killed the right guy for a change, and fans from all walks of life couldn't be happier, including those who work in Hollywood. http://za.omg.yahoo.com/news/game-thrones-death-hollywood-reacts-143000441.html

Game of Thrones Wedding Pics: Death Becomes Him – TV Fanatic

14 April 2014 | 3:05 pm On Game of Thrones Season 4 Episode 2, the HBO drama killed off its main villain, as King Joffrey Baratheon… not via the sword of one of his many sworn enemies, but via a poisoned glass of wine. On his wedding day, … http://www.tvfanatic.com/2014/04/game-of-thrones-wedding-pics-death-becomes-him/

Who Died on Game of Thrones Last Nightand Who Killed Them?

14 April 2014 | 12:15 pm Who killed Joffrey? Here's a list of all the people who had visible access to Joffrey's food or drink before he was poisoned, and/or had a motive to kill him: Sansa. Who Died on Game of Thrones Last Nightand Who Killed … http://gawker.com/who-died-on-game-of-thrones-last-night-and-who-killed-t-1562871957

Who Killed Joffrey: 'Game Of Thrones' Joffrey Dies; Did The …

14 April 2014 | 2:10 am So, Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson) is dead. Yay!! However, as unpopular as he was, and considering that the tagline for the season is all men must die, it wasn't necessarily as huge a surprise as Robb Stark's death was. http://hollywoodlife.com/2014/04/13/who-killed-joffrey-game-of-thrones-sansa-tyrion-margaery-tyrell/

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  • Xx TikTok xX says:

    Game Of Thrones – Who Killed The King? To my understanding is that the showmis following the books but to what extent – for example is the death of King Joffrey.

    Which I might say he doesnt even suppose to be king to begin with. He is the bastard son of Cersei and Jaime which is gross too even think about. He only inherit the name Baratheon through marriage and from my understanding – bastards arent allowed to hold a throne.

    Which leads me to my question – who killed Jofrey? According to the books its wasnt Tyrion. Many have come to believe it was one of three people: Joffrey new wife Margret, the so called Queen of Thrones or Cersei Lannister.

    My bet is the queen of thrones – any thoughts?

    This spawns another question – the book shows evidence that when the Queen of Thrones ( enjoy calling her that cuz it sounds badass ) went to fix Sansa’s hair at the feast she accidently dropped it into the goblet which was the goblet Tyrion gave Joffrey which assumes the hairpin was laced with poison. But the show did not present that – so do you think it was the goblet that was presented to the king prior to the wedding that was laced with poison?

    My thoughts are leaning to the Tyrells behind the murder because they didnt seem too surprised when Sansa told them that Joffrey was a monster.

    Thoughts please

  • Can You Clarify Some Questions About The Game Of Thrones? I just started watching the games of thrones about a week ago. I watched all 3 seasons including the first episode for the fourth season. Maybe because I crammed in all the episodes at once and never got the full understanding of the game of thrones, but I have a couple questions that i would like to be answered about some of the characters and the situations if you don’t mind answering.

    1. How did Edward(ned) stark commit treason exactly? he was doing the kings wishes
    2. Did ser barristan selmy join daenerys targaryen because he was mad/felt disrespected because king joffery wanted to get rid of him?
    3. King Robert became king because he ultimately defeated the mad king right?
    4. Did the battle/war begin because of edward(ned) death
    5.Varys in someone not to be trusted right?

    Those are basically the questions that i really want to know. Anyone who has read the books are watched the show is welcomed to answer.

    please and thank you, I really appreciate it

    • Curator says:

      1. Ned was not following King Robert’s wishes. Robert didn’t know that Joffrey was not his son. But from the point of view of Joffrey and his family Ned was a traitor because he was trying to depose the rightful king. Their story is that Ned wanted to seize power for himself and tried to overthrow Joffrey.
      2. Yeah, Barristan Selmy was pissed that Joffrey kicked him to the curb and so decided to go find Danaerys
      3. Yes. Robert Baratheon and Ned Stark led a rebellion which defeat the “Mad King” Aerys Targaryen
      4. I’m not sure which war you’re referring to. Robert’s Rebellion, which brought Robert to the throne, began when Aerys killed Ned’s father Rickard and brother Brandon. The War of the Five Kings, the war which takes up the first three seasons of the show, has a bit of a rolling start. The Lannisters moved against the Tully forces because Catelyn Stark, who was born a Tully, kidnapped Tyrion Lannister. But the war really swings into high gear when Ned is arrested. Robb Stark, Ned’s son, calls the Northern lords to arms and leads them south first to rescue, and then to avenge, his father.
      5. Varys ultimate agenda, and loyalties, are still unclear at this point on the show. But it’s a good idea not to trust anyone on this show

  • Beth says:

    Does Joffrey Have A Mental Illness? Joffrey from Game of Thrones I know he’s a fictional character but I can’t decide if he’s mad like the mad king or evil.

    • Curator says:

      I think he’s a bit psychotic. Like getting the butchers son killed and ordering the wolves dead, and then the way he treats the prostitutes and Sansa… he’s really sadistic!

  • Jason says:

    *Spoilers* Game Of Thrones: How Powerful Was Joffrey? I have always had a little bit of an issue with the Joffrey story line. According to Westeros law, a king cannot rule in his own right until he is 16. Joffrey was not 16. Cersie was acting as Queen Regent in Joffreys stead. So why did she allow him so much power? Tommen is not even allowed to sit upon the throne or attend his own council meetings, as per his mother. Yet she let Joff run the entire show without so much as a single hiccup.

    Not to mention the fact that at times, it appears as if Joff is the one really in control. When Cersie slaps him, he makes it known that he could have her killed for it – again, as if he is the full-power king.

    So what gives? Why is that the non-16 year old Joffrey is given all the power in the kingdom, yet Tommen is told when to tie his shoes? The laws of Westeros (or George’s writing) seem to be iffy on this point.

    • Curator says:

      I never really understood that either, but my guess is that Cersei literally does not care for the laws. As you know she tore up the paper signed by the king, Robert, stating that Ned would act as protector of the realm until Joffrey is of age. The only reason she was able to do that is because she basically bought the kings guard. And her father is the most powerful man in westeros so many probably dare not to cross him. Joffrey may seem like he is in control but he is really not. He doesn't sit in on most of his meetings with the small council. Cersei and Tywin are basically in contol. Joffrey has the control to probably sentence death to anyone, and I believe you can not strike a king even if he isn't the full king yet. Women are treated like lesser people so he could probably have her put to death for that. And tommen is still literally a little boy so that's why Joffrey has more power.

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