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Why did he

kill Qyburn?

Was that just for stepping beside him and commanding him to listen to Cersei? It felt out of character for such an obedient beast.

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From what i know, Gregor and Sandor really have a hatred to each other, it may be that Gregor had such a blind hatred towards his younger brother that he wouldn't let anything stand in his way. Not even his obedience towards Cersei and Qyburn

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    I don't know why you were downvoted, because your answer is 100% consistent with the scene. I don't think there's any other explanation, really. – Andres F. May 14 at 14:51
  • @AndresF. thx, i was puzzled as well – Termatinator May 15 at 13:54

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