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A Storm of Swords - Chapter 68, Jaime Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 68, Jaime Summary

Jaime looks through the White Book, which is the history of the Kingsguard. Ser Barristan Selmy is mentioned in the book. The Kingsguard assemble and Jaime asks who believes Tyrion killed Joffrey. Most do, although Ser Loras thinks Sansa did it. Jaime says Tommen Baratheon, Joffrey's brother, will now be king, and orders Ser Boros to act as food-taster for Tommen. Boros objects, but backs down when Jaime challenges him to a sword fight.

Jaime verbally attacks the rest of the knights there. He expresses disgust that Ser Osmund, a sellsword, is in the Kingsguard. He yells at Ser Meryn for beating Sansa at Joffrey's order. He questions Ser Balon's loyalty and makes him swear to be true to the crown. He talks to Ser Loras about Brienne. Ser Loras thinks she is guilty, but he does have some doubts. Jaime...

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