House Lannister has perhaps the most fractured and complicated family history in Game of Thrones lore. Heading into Season 8, Cersei rules alone in King’s Landing, Jaime rides north to halt the White Walkers’ march, and Tyrion serves another prospective queen, the Mother of Dragons. This is Episode 2 of Path to the Throne, where Jason Concepcion and Mallory Rubin of Binge Mode look at Westeros’s contenders, how they got here, and how they could win the Iron Throne in the wars to come.
‘Path to the Throne’: House Lannister
House Lannister has perhaps the most fractured and complicated family history in ‘Game of Thrones’ lore. Jason and Mallory look at one of Westeros’s contenders for the Iron Throne.
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