Jaime Lannister Costume

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How To Dress Like Jaime Lannister From Game Of Thrones

How To Dress Like Jaime Lannister From Game Of Thrones

Dress Like Jaime Lannister From HBO's Game Of Thrones; Jaime Lannister costume consists of medieval lord costume, red scarf, medieval looking trousers, replica Oathkeeper sword, medieval looking gloves and boots.


Diy Jaime Lannister Halloween Costume

Diy Jaime Lannister Halloween Costume

Ser Jaime Lannister, aka "Kingslayer", was the older son of Lord Tywin Lannister, the younger twin brother of Cersei Lannister and the older brother of Tyrion Lannister. He was involved in an incestuous relationship with Cersei and was unknown to most. He was the biological father of their three bastard children Joffrey, Myrcella and Tommen. He is portrayed by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

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At first glance, outsiders find Jaime to be arrogant, high-spirited, cold, dishonorable, extremely dangerous, contemptuous and sarcastic. For the most part, he's arrogant about his own abilities, but not without reason. He was probably one of the greatest swordsmen who ever lived with a few (like Ned Stark, Jon Snow and Brienne von Tarth) who could keep up with him.

Jaime's loss of his sword hand did much to humiliate him. Jaime doesn't make fun of minor insults like Cersei, and he can behave politely, but he's usually very open and straightforward. Similar to his brother Tyrion, he usually only says what he thinks and doesn't hesitate to mock those he thinks are incompetent. Even so, there were men who admired Jaime, and under this cold and sarcastic attitude, Jaime is a very complicated man.

Tywin Lannister overturned Jaime and Cersei as a virtue with the principle of ruthlessness. Although Jaime Lannister is often unapologetically amoral, alongside Tyrion,

Jaime is the only member of the Lannister core family that shows an indication of honor or principles, while Tywin claims to consider the family as its top priority, but is willing to have Tyrion, whom he sees as an incalculable disgrace, killed at the same time, and ironically, Cersei himself sees no immorality in anything she does.

This is largely due to his arrogance and pride in being a member of the Royal Guard. Jaime was extremely disillusioned with the ideals of honor and loyalty when he saw firsthand the mad king's atrocities, how other "honorable" members of the royal guard stood by and did nothing while King Aerys let people burn alive for imaginary insults, because they felt bound, Jaime Sandor Clegane is surprisingly similar in this sense, as both are very disillusioned with honor and nobility, but both often avoid unnecessary violence.

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