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"Bring us Sandor's head, and I know His Grace will be most grateful. [[Joff]] may have liked the man, but [[Tommen]] was always afraid of him ... with good reason it would seem." [[Cersei]]  
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“Bring us [[Sandor Clegane|Sandor]]’s head, and I know His Grace will be most grateful. [[Joffrey|Joff]] may have liked the man, but [[Tommen]] was always afraid of him... with good reason it would seem.” —[[Cersei Lannister]]<br>“When a dog goes bad, the fault lies with his master.” —[[Kevan Lannister]]{{ref|affc|12}}<noinclude>[[Category:Feature quotes]]<references /></noinclude>
 
 
"When a dog goes bad, the fault lies with his master." Ser [[Kevan]] said. Then he turned and walked away.
 

Latest revision as of 00:29, 18 July 2018

“Bring us Sandor’s head, and I know His Grace will be most grateful. Joff may have liked the man, but Tommen was always afraid of him... with good reason it would seem.” —Cersei Lannister
“When a dog goes bad, the fault lies with his master.” —Kevan Lannister[1]