Why would Varys consider Kevan a good man considering he was the loyal underling of a cruel tyrant like Tywin?

Published: 28/05/2017
Why would Varys consider Kevan a good man considering he was the loyal underling of a cruel tyrant like Tywin?
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Let’s examine the scene: “Ser Kevan. Forgive me if you can. I bear you no ill will. This was not done from malice. It was for the realm. For the children…This pains me, my lord. You do not deserve to die alone on such a cold dark night. There are many like you, good men in service to bad causes…but you were threatening to undo all the queen’s good work, to reconcile Highgarden and Casterly Rock, b

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