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I wish you all
the happiness in the world.

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Myrcella?

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Myrcella?

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Kill us!

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I may have found a way
to treat Ser Jorah.

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Please try not to scream.

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This is Brandon Stark.

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Son of Ned Stark.

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Let's get them inside.

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For decades,
House Lannister

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has been
the true power in Westeros,

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and the feat of that power
is Casterly Rock.

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Grey Worm and the Unsullied
will sail for the Rock,

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and take it.

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Summon Jon Snow.

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He would make
a valuable ally.

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Let him stand before you
and tell you the things

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that have happened to him.

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Dragonstone sits
on a mountain of dragonglass.

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We can never hope to defeat
the army of the dead alone.

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We need allies.

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You're abandoning your people!
You're abandoning your home.

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Until I return,
the North is yours.

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The bastard
of Winterfell.

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The dwarf
of Casterly Rock.

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I believe we last saw
each other atop the Wall.
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You were pissing off the edge
if I remember right.

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Picked up some scars
along the road.

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It's been a long road,
but we're both still here.

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I'm Tyrion Lannister.

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- Davos Seaworth.
- Ah, the Onion Knight.

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We fought on opposite sides at
the Battle of Blackwater Bay.

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Unluckily for me.

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Missandei is the queen's
most trusted advisor.

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Welcome to Dragonstone.

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Our queen knows
it is a long journey.

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She appreciates the efforts
you have made on her behalf.

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If you wouldn't mind
handing over your weapons.

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Of course.

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Please, this way.

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Where are you from?

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I can't place
the accent.

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I was born on
the Island of Naath.

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Ah. I hear it's
beautiful down there.

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Palm trees
and butterflies.

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Haven't been, myself.

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This place has changed.

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- And Sansa?
- I hear she's alive and well.

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- She is.
- Does she miss me terribly?

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A sham marriage.
And unconsummated.

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- I didn't ask.
- Well, it was. Wasn't.
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Anyway...

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she's much smarter
than she lets on.

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She's starting
to let on.

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Good.

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At some point,

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I want to hear how a Night's Watch
recruit became King in the North.

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As long as you tell me
how a Lannister

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became Hand
to Daenerys Targaryen.

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A long
and bloody tale.

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To be honest,
I was drunk for most of it.

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My bannermen think
I'm a fool for coming here.

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Of course they do.

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If I was your Hand, I would
have advised against it.

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General rule of thumb--

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Stark men don't fare well
when they travel south.

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True...

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but I'm not a Stark.

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I'd say you get
used to them...

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but you never
really do.

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Come, their mother
is waiting for you.

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I wondered why you weren't
there to meet our guests.

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You begged us to summon
the King in the North.

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Don't you want
to see him again?

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I've done my part.

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I've brought
ice and fire together.

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Strange.

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You spoke so highly
of Jon Snow,

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but when he arrives,
you hide on a cliff.

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I didn't take you
for a bashful girl.

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My time whispering in the ears
of kings has come to an end.

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Oh, I doubt that.

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Give us common folk
one taste of power,

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we're like the lion
who tasted man.

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Nothing is ever
so sweet again.

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Neither of us
is common folk anymore.

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I did not part
on good terms

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with the King in the North
or his advisor.

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Why?

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Because of
mistakes I made.

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Terrible mistakes.

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I would only be
a distraction if I stayed.

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- So, where will you go?
- Volantis.

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Good.

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If you don't mind
my saying,

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I don't think you should
return to Westeros.

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I'm not sure
you'd be safe here.

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Oh, I will return,
dear Spider.

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- One last time.
- My lady--

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I have to die
in this strange country.

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Just like you.
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You stand in the presence

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of Daenerys Stormborn
of House Targaryen,

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rightful heir
to the Iron Throne,

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rightful Queen of the Andals
and the First Men,

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Protector
of the Seven Kingdoms,

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the Mother of Dragons,

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the Khaleesi
of the Great Grass Sea,

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the Unburnt,
the Breaker of Chains.

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This is Jon Snow.

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He's King
in the North.

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Thank you for traveling
so far, my lord.

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I hope the seas
weren't too rough.

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The winds were kind,
Your Grace.

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Apologies, I have a Flea
Bottom accent, I know,

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but Jon Snow is King in
the North, Your Grace.

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- He's not a lord.
- Forgive me--

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Your Grace, this is
Ser Davos Seaworth.

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Forgive me,
Ser Davos.

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I never did receive
a formal education,

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but I could have
sworn I read

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the last King in the
North was Torrhen Stark,

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who bent the knee to my
ancestor, Aegon Targaryen.

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In exchange for his life
and the lives of the Northmen,

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Torrhen Stark swore fealty to
House Targaryen in perpetuity.

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Or do I have
my facts wrong?

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I wasn't there,
Your Grace.

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No, of course not.

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But still,
an oath is an oath.

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And perpetuity means--

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what does perpetuity mean,
Lord Tyrion?

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Forever.

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Forever.

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So I assume, my lord...

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...you're here
to bend the knee.

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I am not.

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Oh.

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Well, that is
unfortunate.

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You've traveled
all this way

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to break faith
with House Targaryen?

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Break faith?

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Your father burned
my grandfather alive.

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He burned
my uncle alive.

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He would have burned
the Seven Kingdoms--

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My father...
was an evil man.

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On behalf
of House Targaryen...

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I ask your forgiveness

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for the crimes he committed
against your family.

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And I ask you
not to judge a daughter

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by the sins
of her father.

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Our two houses
were allies for centuries,

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and those were
the best centuries

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the Seven Kingdoms
have ever known.

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Centuries of peace
and prosperity

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with a Targaryen
sitting on the Iron Throne

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and a Stark serving
as Warden of the North.

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I am the last Targaryen,
Jon Snow.

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Honor the pledge
your ancestor made to mine.

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Bend the knee and I will name
you Warden of the North.

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Together, we will
save this country

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from those
who would destroy it.

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You're right.

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You're not guilty
of your father's crimes.

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And I'm not beholden
to my ancestor's vows.

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Then why are you here?

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Because I need your help,
and you need mine.

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Did you see
three dragons

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flying overhead
when you arrived?

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I did.

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And did you see
the Dothraki,

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all of whom have sworn
to kill for me?

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They're hard to miss.

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- But still, I need your help?
Not to defeat Cersei.

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You could storm King's Landing
tomorrow and the city would fall.

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Hell, we almost took it and
we didn't even have dragons.
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- Almost.
- But you haven't stormed King's Landing.

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Why not?

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The only reason
I can see

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is you don't want to kill
thousands of innocent people.

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It's the fastest way
to win the war,

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but you won't do it,

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which means,
at the very least,

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you're better
than Cersei.

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Still, that doesn't explain
why I need your help.

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Because right now, you and I
and Cersei and everyone else,

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we're children
playing at a game,

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screaming that
the rules aren't fair.

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- You told me you liked this man.
- I do.

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In the time since he's met me,
he's refused to call me queen,

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he's refused to bow, and now
he's calling me a child.

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I believe he's calling all of us children.
Figure of speech.

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Your Grace, everyone you know
will die before winter's over

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if we don't defeat
the enemy to the north.

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As far as I can see, you are
the enemy to the north.

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I am not your enemy.

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The dead
are the enemy.

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The dead?

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Is that another
figure of speech?

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The Army of the Dead
is on the march.

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The Army of the Dead?

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You don't know me well, my lord,

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but do you think
I'm a liar or a madman?

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No, I don't think
you're either of those things.

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The Army of the Dead
is real.

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The white walkers
are real.

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The Night King is real.
I've seen them.

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If they get
past the Wall

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and we're squabbling
amongst ourselves...

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we're finished.

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I was born
at Dragonstone.

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Not that I can
remember it.

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We fled before Robert's
assassins could find us.
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Robert was your father's
best friend, no?

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I wonder if your father knew
his best friend sent assassins

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to murder a baby girl
in her crib.

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Not that it matters now,
of course.

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I spent my life
in foreign lands.

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So many men
have tried to kill me,

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I don't remember
all their names.

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I have been sold
like a broodmare.

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I've been chained
and betrayed,

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raped and defiled.

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Do you know
what kept me standing

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through all those years
in exile?
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Faith.

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Not in any gods,

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not in myths
and legends.

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In myself.

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In Daenerys Targaryen.

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The world hadn't seen
a dragon in centuries

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until my children
were born.

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The Dothraki hadn't
crossed the sea, any sea.

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They did for me.

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I was born to rule
the Seven Kingdoms,

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and I will.

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You'll be ruling
over a graveyard

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if we don't defeat
the Night King.
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The war against my sister
has already begun.

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You can't expect us
to halt hostilities

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and join you
in fighting

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whatever you saw
beyond the Wall.

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You don't believe him.

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I understand that.
It sounds like nonsense.

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But if destiny has brought Daenerys
Targaryen back to our shores,

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it has also made Jon Snow
King in the North.

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You were the first to bring
Dothraki to Westeros?

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He is the first to make allies
of wildlings and Northmen.

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He was named Lord Commander
of the Night's Watch.

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He was named
King in the North.
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Not because
of his birthright.

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He has no birthright.
He's a damn bastard.

252
00:17:06,041 --> 00:17:11,082
All those hard sons of bitches
chose him as their leader

253
00:17:11,082 --> 00:17:12,791
because they
believe in him.

254
00:17:14,207 --> 00:17:16,166
All those things
you don't believe in,

255
00:17:16,166 --> 00:17:17,708
he faced
those things.

256
00:17:17,708 --> 00:17:19,916
He fought those things
for the good of his people.

257
00:17:19,916 --> 00:17:21,499
He risked his life
for his people.

258
00:17:21,499 --> 00:17:23,291
He took a knife in the
heart for his people.

259
00:17:23,291 --> 00:17:25,041
He gave his own--

260
00:17:31,207 --> 00:17:33,958
If we don't put aside our
enmities and band together,

261
00:17:33,958 --> 00:17:36,041
we will die.
262
00:17:36,041 --> 00:17:39,708
And then it doesn't matter whose
skeleton sits on the Iron Throne.

263
00:17:39,708 --> 00:17:42,041
If it doesn't matter,
then you might as well kneel.

264
00:17:42,041 --> 00:17:44,207
Swear your allegiance
to Queen Daenerys,

265
00:17:44,207 --> 00:17:45,833
help her to defeat
my sister,

266
00:17:45,833 --> 00:17:48,000
and together, our armies
will protect the North.

267
00:17:48,000 --> 00:17:49,750
There's no time
for that.

268
00:17:49,750 --> 00:17:51,666
There's no time
for any of this!

269
00:17:51,666 --> 00:17:53,166
While we stand here,
debating--

270
00:17:53,166 --> 00:17:55,124
It takes no time
to bend the knee.

271
00:17:55,124 --> 00:17:56,958
Pledge your sword
to her cause.

272
00:17:56,958 --> 00:17:58,708
And why
would I do that?

273
00:18:01,583 --> 00:18:03,708
I mean no offense,
Your Grace,
274
00:18:03,708 --> 00:18:04,916
but I don't know you.

275
00:18:04,916 --> 00:18:06,750
As far as I can tell,

276
00:18:06,750 --> 00:18:10,041
your claim to the throne rests
entirely on your father's name,

277
00:18:10,041 --> 00:18:13,374
and my own father fought
to overthrow the Mad King.

278
00:18:15,291 --> 00:18:17,166
The lords of the North

279
00:18:17,166 --> 00:18:20,000
placed their trust
in me to lead them,

280
00:18:20,000 --> 00:18:24,041
and I will continue to
do so as well as I can.

281
00:18:25,291 --> 00:18:26,750
That's fair.

282
00:18:28,249 --> 00:18:30,124
It's also fair
to point out

283
00:18:30,124 --> 00:18:34,249
that I'm the rightful
Queen of the Seven Kingdoms.

284
00:18:34,249 --> 00:18:38,000
By declaring yourself king
of the northernmost kingdom,

285
00:18:38,000 --> 00:18:39,916
you are in
open rebellion.

286
00:18:49,875 --> 00:18:52,207
Your Grace, please
dismiss your guests.

287
00:18:52,207 --> 00:18:54,291
I have grave news.

288
00:18:56,833 --> 00:18:58,708
You must forgive
my manners.

289
00:18:58,708 --> 00:19:01,082
You'll both be tired
after your long journey.

290
00:19:01,082 --> 00:19:03,833
We'll have baths drawn for you
and supper sent to your rooms.

291
00:19:13,291 --> 00:19:14,624
Am I your prisoner?

292
00:19:18,624 --> 00:19:19,916
Not yet.

293
00:19:37,332 --> 00:19:39,041
Our ironborn
and Dornish allies

294
00:19:39,041 --> 00:19:40,499
were attacked
en route to Dorne.

295
00:19:40,499 --> 00:19:43,000
- And?
- Two or three ships escaped,

296
00:19:43,000 --> 00:19:45,332
the rest,
sunk or captured.

297
00:19:45,332 --> 00:19:47,916
Ellaria and the Sand Snakes,
dead or captured.

298
00:19:47,916 --> 00:19:50,499
The Greyjoys,
dead or captured.
299
00:19:50,499 --> 00:19:52,207
All of them?

300
00:19:55,458 --> 00:19:57,332
- Pull!
- Heave!

301
00:19:57,332 --> 00:19:58,708
Pull!

302
00:20:08,958 --> 00:20:10,416
Your sister's dead?

303
00:20:11,916 --> 00:20:13,958
Euron has her.

304
00:20:13,958 --> 00:20:15,332
You saw him take her?

305
00:20:17,624 --> 00:20:21,000
- But you got away?
- I couldn't save her.

306
00:20:21,000 --> 00:20:22,499
I tried.

307
00:20:23,791 --> 00:20:25,875
You wouldn't be here
if you tried.

308
00:20:30,374 --> 00:20:32,249
Come, men!

309
00:20:32,249 --> 00:20:33,583
Sails up!

310
00:20:42,207 --> 00:20:44,207
Murderer!

311
00:20:54,958 --> 00:20:57,082
Whores!

312
00:20:57,082 --> 00:20:59,416
Traitor!
313
00:21:03,249 --> 00:21:04,541
This is the life.

314
00:21:05,750 --> 00:21:09,416
Look at them,
cheering for a Greyjoy.

315
00:21:13,750 --> 00:21:15,332
I have to be honest,

316
00:21:15,332 --> 00:21:17,291
this is making me hard.

317
00:21:20,291 --> 00:21:22,000
Did you see
Little Theon's face

318
00:21:22,000 --> 00:21:24,374
right before
he jumped overboard?

319
00:21:24,374 --> 00:21:26,916
"Oh, no!"

320
00:21:26,916 --> 00:21:28,374
What a twat.

321
00:21:56,124 --> 00:21:59,082
- Whore! Whore! Whore!
- Murderers!

322
00:22:32,374 --> 00:22:35,708
My queen, please
accept this gift

323
00:22:35,708 --> 00:22:39,541
on behalf of all of your loyal
subjects in the Iron Islands.

324
00:22:44,499 --> 00:22:48,708
I give you what no
other man could give--

325
00:22:48,708 --> 00:22:50,833
justice.
326
00:22:50,833 --> 00:22:54,499
Justice for your
murdered daughter.

327
00:23:04,041 --> 00:23:08,041
You've proven yourself the greatest
captain on the fourteen seas

328
00:23:08,041 --> 00:23:10,708
and a true friend
to the crown.

329
00:23:10,708 --> 00:23:13,916
You deserve more
than a true friend.

330
00:23:13,916 --> 00:23:17,416
And you deserve a proper
reward for your heroism.

331
00:23:17,416 --> 00:23:20,082
There's only
one reward I want.

332
00:23:21,374 --> 00:23:24,082
You shall have
what your heart desires...

333
00:23:26,124 --> 00:23:27,666
when the war is won.

334
00:23:34,041 --> 00:23:37,499
With Euron Greyjoy
commanding our naval forces

335
00:23:37,499 --> 00:23:40,666
and Jaime Lannister
leading our armies,

336
00:23:40,666 --> 00:23:42,708
the sons and daughters
of Westeros

337
00:23:42,708 --> 00:23:45,000
shall defend our country.
338
00:23:51,499 --> 00:23:54,249
There's nothing quite
like it, is there?

339
00:23:54,249 --> 00:23:56,000
The love of the people.

340
00:23:56,000 --> 00:23:58,124
Though I suppose
you wouldn't know.

341
00:23:58,124 --> 00:24:01,458
This same mob spat at
my sister not long ago.

342
00:24:01,458 --> 00:24:03,207
And if you turn
on us,

343
00:24:03,207 --> 00:24:06,416
they'll cheer to see your
head mounted on a spike.

344
00:24:06,416 --> 00:24:07,916
Or yours.

345
00:24:07,916 --> 00:24:11,041
They just like
severed heads, really.

346
00:24:11,041 --> 00:24:14,291
Listen, if you have
any advice at all,

347
00:24:14,291 --> 00:24:15,875
I would love to hear it.

348
00:24:15,875 --> 00:24:18,916
When we have an hour or two
to speak as brothers.

349
00:24:18,916 --> 00:24:20,624
Advice?

350
00:24:20,624 --> 00:24:24,291
Does she like it
gentle or rough?

351
00:24:24,291 --> 00:24:25,958
A finger in the bum?

352
00:24:25,958 --> 00:24:29,249
Shh, shh, shh, shh, not now.
We'll talk later.

353
00:24:47,082 --> 00:24:50,041
I want you to know
I understand.

354
00:24:50,041 --> 00:24:51,624
Even though we're
enemies, you and I,

355
00:24:51,624 --> 00:24:53,291
I understand the fury
that drives you.

356
00:24:54,458 --> 00:24:55,791
I was there that day

357
00:24:55,791 --> 00:24:57,583
when Ser Gregor crushed
your lover's head.

358
00:25:00,124 --> 00:25:02,458
If I close my eyes,

359
00:25:02,458 --> 00:25:05,458
- I can hear the sound
of Oberyn's skull breaking.

360
00:25:05,458 --> 00:25:07,666
The sound
of your scream.

361
00:25:07,666 --> 00:25:09,166
I never heard
a sound like that.

362
00:25:09,166 --> 00:25:11,124
I thought,
"That's true love."
363
00:25:12,708 --> 00:25:15,000
Oberyn looked beautiful that day.
He really did.

364
00:25:15,000 --> 00:25:16,374
No one moved like him.

365
00:25:16,374 --> 00:25:19,499
No one had such skill
with a spear.

366
00:25:19,499 --> 00:25:22,583
Even Ser Gregor
couldn't stop him.

367
00:25:22,583 --> 00:25:25,041
If only he hadn't
taunted him.

368
00:25:25,041 --> 00:25:29,000
He could've walked away and
left poor Ser Gregor to die.

369
00:25:29,000 --> 00:25:31,041
But that wasn't
your lover's way, was it?

370
00:25:31,041 --> 00:25:33,875
Now he's buried
somewhere.

371
00:25:33,875 --> 00:25:36,624
And here's Ser Gregor,
stronger than ever.

372
00:25:36,624 --> 00:25:38,541
That must be
difficult for you.

373
00:25:42,499 --> 00:25:44,499
When my daughter
was taken from me,

374
00:25:44,499 --> 00:25:47,624
my only daughter...

375
00:25:47,624 --> 00:25:50,416
well, you can't
imagine how that feels

376
00:25:50,416 --> 00:25:52,666
unless you've
lost a child.

377
00:25:52,666 --> 00:25:55,332
I fed her at my own breast
even though they told me

378
00:25:55,332 --> 00:25:58,041
to give her
to the wet nurse.

379
00:25:58,041 --> 00:26:01,541
I couldn't bear to see her
in another woman's arms.

380
00:26:01,541 --> 00:26:03,791
I never got
to have a mother,

381
00:26:03,791 --> 00:26:05,207
but Myrcella did.

382
00:26:05,207 --> 00:26:08,875
She was mine,
and you took her from me.

383
00:26:08,875 --> 00:26:10,916
Why did you do that?

384
00:26:17,499 --> 00:26:18,875
Doesn't matter now.

385
00:26:27,458 --> 00:26:30,207
Your daughter's
a beauty, too.

386
00:26:30,207 --> 00:26:32,833
Those brown eyes.

387
00:26:32,833 --> 00:26:34,541
Those lips.
388
00:26:36,166 --> 00:26:38,207
Perfect Dornish beauty.

389
00:26:38,207 --> 00:26:40,082
I imagine
she's your favorite.

390
00:26:40,082 --> 00:26:43,249
I know, I know, we're not
supposed to have favorites,

391
00:26:43,249 --> 00:26:45,416
but still,
we're only human.

392
00:26:46,916 --> 00:26:48,499
We love whom we love.

393
00:26:51,374 --> 00:26:53,374
I'm sorry,
I can't understand you.

394
00:26:53,374 --> 00:26:56,750
That gag makes it impossible to
understand what you're saying.

395
00:26:56,750 --> 00:26:58,583
It must be frustrating.

396
00:27:01,750 --> 00:27:04,750
We all make
our choices.

397
00:27:04,750 --> 00:27:07,166
You chose to murder
my daughter.

398
00:27:07,166 --> 00:27:09,416
You must have felt powerful
after you made that choice.

399
00:27:09,416 --> 00:27:11,624
Do you feel powerful now?

400
00:27:18,207 --> 00:27:19,583
I don't sleep very well.
401
00:27:19,583 --> 00:27:21,958
Not at all, really.

402
00:27:21,958 --> 00:27:23,875
I lie in bed
and I stare at the canopy

403
00:27:23,875 --> 00:27:26,249
and imagine ways
of killing my enemies.

404
00:27:26,249 --> 00:27:30,124
How to destroy Ellaria Sand, the
woman who murdered my only daughter.

405
00:27:31,624 --> 00:27:33,291
I thought about
having Ser Gregor

406
00:27:33,291 --> 00:27:35,458
crush your skull
the way he did Oberyn's.

407
00:27:35,458 --> 00:27:40,166
It would be poetic, I
suppose, but fast, too fast.

408
00:27:40,166 --> 00:27:43,124
I thought about having him
crush your daughter's skull.

409
00:27:44,207 --> 00:27:45,958
She's so beautiful.

410
00:27:47,207 --> 00:27:48,875
The thought
of this lovely face

411
00:27:48,875 --> 00:27:51,291
cracking open
like a duck egg,

412
00:27:51,291 --> 00:27:53,041
no, it's just not right.

413
00:28:00,499 --> 00:28:01,624
Mama.

414
00:28:12,000 --> 00:28:14,332
Qyburn here is
the cleverest man I know.

415
00:28:14,332 --> 00:28:17,416
Clever enough to learn what poison
you used to murder Myrcella.

416
00:28:17,416 --> 00:28:19,082
The Long Goodbye,
was that it?

417
00:28:19,082 --> 00:28:21,166
- The Long Farewell.
- That's the one.

418
00:28:25,499 --> 00:28:27,000
How long does
the poison take?

419
00:28:27,000 --> 00:28:29,666
Difficult to say--
hours, days.

420
00:28:29,666 --> 00:28:31,541
It depends on the
subject's constitution.

421
00:28:31,541 --> 00:28:35,041
- But death is certain?
- Oh, yes, Your Grace, quite certain.

422
00:28:40,416 --> 00:28:43,291
Your daughter will die
here in this cell,

423
00:28:43,291 --> 00:28:46,416
and you will be here
watching when she does.

424
00:28:46,416 --> 00:28:49,207
You'll be here
the rest of your days.

425
00:28:51,082 --> 00:28:55,041
If you refuse to eat, we'll
force food down your throat.

426
00:28:55,041 --> 00:28:58,750
You will live to watch
your daughter rot.

427
00:28:58,750 --> 00:29:02,041
- To watch that
beautiful face collapse...

428
00:29:02,041 --> 00:29:04,166
...to bone and dust.

429
00:29:06,541 --> 00:29:09,499
All the while contemplating
the choices you've made.

430
00:29:12,583 --> 00:29:15,207
Make sure the guards change
the torches every few hours.

431
00:29:15,207 --> 00:29:16,624
I don't want her
to miss a thing.

432
00:29:47,624 --> 00:29:48,875
No.

433
00:30:31,124 --> 00:30:32,124
Don't.

434
00:30:44,166 --> 00:30:47,000
What are you doing?
No one can see us like this.

435
00:30:47,000 --> 00:30:50,666
I am the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms.
I'll do as I please.

436
00:30:56,207 --> 00:30:57,332
Forgive me, Your Grace.

437
00:30:57,332 --> 00:30:59,666
The visitor from Braavos
has arrived.
438
00:30:59,666 --> 00:31:02,666
Good. And we'll need
fresh sheets for the bed.

439
00:31:02,666 --> 00:31:04,000
At once, Your Grace.

440
00:31:14,875 --> 00:31:17,249
No, thank you.

441
00:31:17,249 --> 00:31:18,958
My condolences,
Your Grace,

442
00:31:18,958 --> 00:31:20,916
on the death
of your son.

443
00:31:20,916 --> 00:31:23,624
From all reports,
he was a fine young man.

444
00:31:23,624 --> 00:31:26,374
The Iron Bank didn't send you
here to offer condolences.

445
00:31:26,374 --> 00:31:29,875
Condolences
and congratulations.

446
00:31:29,875 --> 00:31:32,833
To become the first ruling
Queen of the Seven Kingdoms,

447
00:31:32,833 --> 00:31:34,833
that's quite
an accomplishment.

448
00:31:34,833 --> 00:31:38,624
The Iron Bank appreciates how you
cast off the yoke of superstition,

449
00:31:38,624 --> 00:31:40,207
freeing the crown
from elements
450
00:31:40,207 --> 00:31:42,708
who sought to subvert
the rule of law.

451
00:31:42,708 --> 00:31:45,875
The destruction of the Sept of
Baelor was a tragic accident.

452
00:31:45,875 --> 00:31:50,082
Indeed, but sometimes
tragedies are necessary

453
00:31:50,082 --> 00:31:52,458
to restore order
and rational leadership.

454
00:31:52,458 --> 00:31:55,207
The Iron Bank
wants its gold back.

455
00:31:55,207 --> 00:31:57,791
Your father never
minced words either.

456
00:31:57,791 --> 00:32:01,624
But, yes, your debts
are considerable.

457
00:32:01,624 --> 00:32:04,499
And you're now engaged in a
conflict on several fronts.

458
00:32:04,499 --> 00:32:07,416
We both know how
expensive war can be.

459
00:32:07,416 --> 00:32:09,624
And we both know
gold wins wars.

460
00:32:09,624 --> 00:32:11,082
Your vaults are empty.

461
00:32:11,082 --> 00:32:13,583
Your late husband's
profligacy saw to that.
462
00:32:13,583 --> 00:32:16,916
Your wealthiest allies, the
Tyrells, are now your enemies.

463
00:32:16,916 --> 00:32:20,499
You are surrounded on all sides
by rivals for the throne.

464
00:32:20,499 --> 00:32:22,458
And the Iron Bank
wants to bet on a winner.

465
00:32:22,458 --> 00:32:24,166
We don't make bets.

466
00:32:24,166 --> 00:32:27,750
We invest in endeavors we
deem likely to be successful.

467
00:32:27,750 --> 00:32:30,708
A fancy way
of saying "bet."

468
00:32:30,708 --> 00:32:34,458
The war's already begun.
I've drawn first blood.

469
00:32:34,458 --> 00:32:37,458
I decapitated
the Dornish snake.

470
00:32:37,458 --> 00:32:39,499
My armada owns
the Narrow Sea.

471
00:32:39,499 --> 00:32:41,958
Euron Greyjoy's armada
owns the Narrow Sea.

472
00:32:41,958 --> 00:32:43,458
Euron Greyjoy
is loyal to me.

473
00:32:43,458 --> 00:32:45,666
For now.

474
00:32:45,666 --> 00:32:49,416
Daenerys Targaryen has
three full-grown dragons.

475
00:32:49,416 --> 00:32:53,750
How well do wooden ships fare
against fire-breathing dragons?

476
00:32:53,750 --> 00:32:58,791
Her dragons might not be
as invulnerable as some think.

477
00:32:58,791 --> 00:33:01,166
But let's talk about
the Targaryen girl.

478
00:33:01,166 --> 00:33:03,082
You want to
invest in her?

479
00:33:03,082 --> 00:33:07,458
I'm guessing the Iron Bank invested
considerable gold in the slave trade.

480
00:33:07,458 --> 00:33:09,708
How are your profits

481
00:33:09,708 --> 00:33:12,249
now that Daenerys
has freed all the slaves?

482
00:33:12,249 --> 00:33:16,416
The slave trade has entered
a downturn, it's true.

483
00:33:16,416 --> 00:33:18,291
From what I gather,
she considers herself

484
00:33:18,291 --> 00:33:21,624
more of a revolutionary
than a monarch.

485
00:33:21,624 --> 00:33:25,541
In your experience, how do bankers
usually fare with revolutionaries?

486
00:33:25,541 --> 00:33:28,541
The Lannisters owe the Iron
Bank quite a lot of money,

487
00:33:28,541 --> 00:33:30,708
but Lannisters
always pay their debts.

488
00:33:30,708 --> 00:33:35,124
Do former slaves
or Dothraki or dragons?

489
00:33:38,708 --> 00:33:40,708
Your father's daughter,
indeed.

490
00:33:40,708 --> 00:33:42,041
Give me a fortnight.

491
00:33:42,041 --> 00:33:44,249
Stay in King's Landing
as my honored guest.

492
00:33:44,249 --> 00:33:45,666
And when you
return to Braavos,

493
00:33:45,666 --> 00:33:50,124
I swear to you, my debt
will be paid in full.

494
00:34:13,750 --> 00:34:17,583
I came down here to brood over my
failure to predict the Greyjoy attack.

495
00:34:20,124 --> 00:34:21,666
You're making it
difficult.

496
00:34:21,666 --> 00:34:25,332
You look a lot better
brooding than I do.

497
00:34:27,041 --> 00:34:29,583
You make me feel like I'm failing
at brooding over failing.

498
00:34:29,583 --> 00:34:31,291
I'm a prisoner
on this island.

499
00:34:31,291 --> 00:34:35,249
I wouldn't say you're
a prisoner on this island.

500
00:34:35,249 --> 00:34:36,750
You're free
to walk the castle,

501
00:34:36,750 --> 00:34:38,666
the beaches,
to go wherever you want.

502
00:34:38,666 --> 00:34:40,833
Except to my ship.

503
00:34:40,833 --> 00:34:42,249
You took my ship.

504
00:34:42,249 --> 00:34:44,207
I wouldn't say
we took your ship.

505
00:34:44,207 --> 00:34:46,708
I'm not playing
word games with you.

506
00:34:46,708 --> 00:34:48,583
The dead are coming
for us all.

507
00:34:48,583 --> 00:34:50,249
Why don't you
figure out what to do

508
00:34:50,249 --> 00:34:52,332
about my missing fleet
and murdered allies,

509
00:34:52,332 --> 00:34:55,207
and I'll figure out what to do
about your walking dead men.

510
00:34:55,207 --> 00:34:57,416
It's hard for me to fathom.
It really is.

511
00:34:57,416 --> 00:35:00,541
If someone told me about the white
walkers and the Night King...

512
00:35:07,958 --> 00:35:09,207
You probably
don't believe me.

513
00:35:11,666 --> 00:35:13,833
I do, actually.

514
00:35:13,833 --> 00:35:15,374
You didn't before.

515
00:35:17,082 --> 00:35:19,291
"Grumkins and snarks,"
you called them.

516
00:35:19,291 --> 00:35:21,374
Do you remember?

517
00:35:21,374 --> 00:35:23,458
You said
it was all nonsense.

518
00:35:23,458 --> 00:35:26,583
It was nonsense.
Everybody knew it.

519
00:35:26,583 --> 00:35:29,708
But then Mormont
saw them

520
00:35:29,708 --> 00:35:31,124
and you saw them.

521
00:35:31,124 --> 00:35:32,791
And I trust the eyes
of an honest man

522
00:35:32,791 --> 00:35:34,791
more than I trust
what everybody knows.
523
00:35:36,124 --> 00:35:38,374
How do I convince people
who don't know me

524
00:35:38,374 --> 00:35:41,124
that an enemy they don't believe
in is coming to kill them all?

525
00:35:41,124 --> 00:35:44,458
- Good question.
- I know it's a good question.

526
00:35:44,458 --> 00:35:46,624
I'm looking
for an answer.

527
00:35:46,624 --> 00:35:50,916
People's minds aren't made
for problems that large.

528
00:35:50,916 --> 00:35:53,374
White walkers,
the Night King,

529
00:35:53,374 --> 00:35:55,458
Army of the Dead--

530
00:35:55,458 --> 00:35:57,082
it's almost a relief
to confront

531
00:35:57,082 --> 00:35:59,958
a comfortable, familiar
monster like my sister.

532
00:36:02,291 --> 00:36:05,249
I need to help prepare my
people for what's coming.

533
00:36:06,958 --> 00:36:09,291
I can't help them
from here.

534
00:36:10,791 --> 00:36:12,041
I'd like to leave.

535
00:36:13,499 --> 00:36:16,000
It seems unlikely that
you became King in the North

536
00:36:16,000 --> 00:36:17,666
by giving up
that easily.

537
00:36:19,833 --> 00:36:22,958
Everyone told me to learn
from my father's mistakes.

538
00:36:22,958 --> 00:36:24,750
Don't go south.

539
00:36:24,750 --> 00:36:27,416
Don't answer a summons
from the Mad King's daughter,

540
00:36:27,416 --> 00:36:28,833
a foreign invader.

541
00:36:31,207 --> 00:36:33,916
And here I am,

542
00:36:33,916 --> 00:36:35,458
a Northern fool.

543
00:36:35,458 --> 00:36:37,916
Children are not
their fathers,

544
00:36:37,916 --> 00:36:39,624
luckily
for all of us.

545
00:36:41,124 --> 00:36:43,332
And sometimes there's more
to foreign invaders

546
00:36:43,332 --> 00:36:45,541
and Northern fools
than meets the eye.

547
00:36:45,541 --> 00:36:49,750
Daenerys could have sailed for
Westeros long ago, but she didn't.
548
00:36:49,750 --> 00:36:51,583
Instead, she stayed
where she was

549
00:36:51,583 --> 00:36:54,249
and saved many people
from horrible fates,

550
00:36:54,249 --> 00:36:56,583
some of whom are on this
island with us right now.

551
00:36:56,583 --> 00:36:58,166
While you're
our guest here,

552
00:36:58,166 --> 00:36:59,708
you might consider
asking them

553
00:36:59,708 --> 00:37:02,458
what they think
of the Mad King's daughter.

554
00:37:02,458 --> 00:37:05,541
She protects people
from monsters,

555
00:37:05,541 --> 00:37:07,082
just as you do.

556
00:37:07,082 --> 00:37:09,541
It's why she came here.

557
00:37:09,541 --> 00:37:11,082
And she's not about
to head north

558
00:37:11,082 --> 00:37:12,541
to fight an enemy
she's never seen

559
00:37:12,541 --> 00:37:15,041
on the word of a man
she doesn't know.
560
00:37:15,041 --> 00:37:17,458
After a single meeting,

561
00:37:17,458 --> 00:37:20,249
it's not a reasonable
thing to ask.

562
00:37:26,624 --> 00:37:28,875
So, do you have anything
reasonable to ask?

563
00:37:33,708 --> 00:37:34,875
What do you mean?

564
00:37:34,875 --> 00:37:37,124
Maybe you are
a Northern fool.

565
00:37:37,124 --> 00:37:40,791
I'm asking if there's something
I can do to help you.

566
00:37:43,750 --> 00:37:45,291
- Dragonglass?
- Yes.

567
00:37:45,291 --> 00:37:47,750
Volcanic glass,
obsidian.

568
00:37:47,750 --> 00:37:49,750
He says you have a tremendous
amount of it here.

569
00:37:49,750 --> 00:37:51,541
Why are we talking
about glass?

570
00:37:51,541 --> 00:37:53,416
We just lost
two of our allies.

571
00:37:53,416 --> 00:37:56,791
Which is why I was speaking to
Jon Snow, a potential ally.

572
00:37:59,166 --> 00:38:02,916
And what does the King in the
North want with dragonglass?

573
00:38:02,916 --> 00:38:05,249
Apparently, it can be
turned into weapons

574
00:38:05,249 --> 00:38:08,374
that kill white walkers
and their foot soldiers.

575
00:38:08,374 --> 00:38:10,541
Or stop them.

576
00:38:10,541 --> 00:38:11,833
Destroy them.

577
00:38:11,833 --> 00:38:13,458
Unsure about
the nomenclature.

578
00:38:15,416 --> 00:38:18,374
And what do you think
about this Army of the Dead

579
00:38:18,374 --> 00:38:21,249
and white walkers
and Night Kings?

580
00:38:21,249 --> 00:38:23,875
I'd very much like to believe
that Jon Snow is wrong.

581
00:38:23,875 --> 00:38:27,124
But a wise man once said that you
should never believe a thing

582
00:38:27,124 --> 00:38:29,666
simply because
you want to believe it.

583
00:38:32,374 --> 00:38:35,541
Which wise man
said this?

584
00:38:35,541 --> 00:38:37,416
I don't remember.

585
00:38:37,416 --> 00:38:40,833
Are you trying to present your own
statements as ancient wisdom?

586
00:38:42,041 --> 00:38:44,249
I would never do that.

587
00:38:44,249 --> 00:38:45,291
To you.

588
00:38:47,124 --> 00:38:50,791
The reason I believe Jon
Snow is because he's here.

589
00:38:50,791 --> 00:38:53,207
All of his advisors would
have told him not to come.

590
00:38:53,207 --> 00:38:55,291
I would have told him
not to come.

591
00:38:55,291 --> 00:38:57,624
And he's here anyway.

592
00:38:57,624 --> 00:39:00,041
You don't
have to believe him.

593
00:39:00,041 --> 00:39:02,082
Let him mine
the dragonglass.

594
00:39:02,082 --> 00:39:03,708
If he's wrong,
it's worthless.

595
00:39:03,708 --> 00:39:05,791
You didn't even know
it was here.

596
00:39:05,791 --> 00:39:08,332
It's nothing to you.

597
00:39:08,332 --> 00:39:11,624
Give him something
by giving him nothing.

598
00:39:11,624 --> 00:39:14,332
Take a step toward a more
productive relationship

599
00:39:14,332 --> 00:39:16,916
with a possible ally.

600
00:39:16,916 --> 00:39:20,291
Keep him occupied while we
focus on the task at hand--

601
00:39:20,291 --> 00:39:21,666
Casterly Rock.

602
00:39:22,916 --> 00:39:24,708
What was that
Ser Davos said

603
00:39:24,708 --> 00:39:28,750
about taking a knife in
the heart for his people?

604
00:39:28,750 --> 00:39:30,541
Did you notice that?

605
00:39:30,541 --> 00:39:33,000
You must allow them
their flights of fancy.

606
00:39:33,000 --> 00:39:35,166
It's dreary
in the North.

607
00:39:51,041 --> 00:39:52,541
Amazing thing
to see.

608
00:39:54,041 --> 00:39:57,082
I named them for my brothers,
Viserys and Rhaegar.

609
00:39:58,207 --> 00:39:59,708
They're both gone now.
610
00:40:02,000 --> 00:40:03,374
You lost
two brothers as well.

611
00:40:06,541 --> 00:40:09,416
People thought dragons were gone
forever, but here they are.

612
00:40:11,166 --> 00:40:14,000
Perhaps we should all be
examining what we think we know.

613
00:40:19,958 --> 00:40:22,249
You've been talking
to Tyrion.

614
00:40:22,249 --> 00:40:25,000
He is my Hand.

615
00:40:25,000 --> 00:40:27,624
- He enjoys talking.
- We all enjoy what we're good at.

616
00:40:29,082 --> 00:40:30,583
I don't.

617
00:40:35,583 --> 00:40:38,583
You know I'm not going to let
Cersei stay on the Iron Throne.

618
00:40:38,583 --> 00:40:39,750
I never expected
that you would.

619
00:40:39,750 --> 00:40:41,000
And I haven't
changed my mind

620
00:40:41,000 --> 00:40:43,082
about which kingdoms
belong to that throne.

621
00:40:43,082 --> 00:40:44,916
I haven't either.

622
00:40:54,249 --> 00:40:58,458
I will allow you to mine the
dragonglass and forge weapons from it.

623
00:40:58,458 --> 00:41:01,458
Any resources or men you need,
I will provide for you.

624
00:41:04,958 --> 00:41:05,833
Thank you.

625
00:41:12,458 --> 00:41:16,124
So you believe me, then, about the
Night King and the Army of the Dead?

626
00:41:19,291 --> 00:41:22,000
You'd better
get to work, Jon Snow.

627
00:41:46,666 --> 00:41:48,291
How much do we have?

628
00:41:48,291 --> 00:41:50,374
4,000 bushels,
my lady.

629
00:41:50,374 --> 00:41:51,541
What does
that mean?

630
00:41:51,541 --> 00:41:53,624
For the current
occupants of the castle,

631
00:41:53,624 --> 00:41:57,291
it's enough food
for a year, perhaps more.

632
00:41:57,291 --> 00:42:00,708
And what's the longest winter
in the past hundred years?

633
00:42:00,708 --> 00:42:03,166
Uh, I'm not
entirely certain.

634
00:42:03,166 --> 00:42:05,000
I-I'll check
Maester Luwin's records.

635
00:42:05,000 --> 00:42:08,499
He kept a copy
of every raven scroll.

636
00:42:08,499 --> 00:42:10,624
You're telling me
we don't have enough food,

637
00:42:10,624 --> 00:42:13,833
especially not if the armies of the
North come back to defend Winterfell?

638
00:42:15,082 --> 00:42:17,332
No, my lady,
most likely not.

639
00:42:17,332 --> 00:42:19,458
Then we must prepare
for that eventuality.

640
00:42:19,458 --> 00:42:21,541
Whatever direction
the threat comes from,

641
00:42:21,541 --> 00:42:23,833
this is
the best place to be.

642
00:42:23,833 --> 00:42:25,791
We need to start
building up our grain stores

643
00:42:25,791 --> 00:42:28,374
with regular shipments
from every keep in the North.

644
00:42:28,374 --> 00:42:30,666
If we don't use it by winter's
end, we'll give it back to them.

645
00:42:30,666 --> 00:42:33,000
But if the entire North
has to flee to Winterfell,

646
00:42:33,000 --> 00:42:36,708
they won't have enough time to bring
wagonloads of grain with them.

647
00:42:36,708 --> 00:42:38,124
Very wise, my lady.

648
00:42:38,124 --> 00:42:39,916
Maester Wolkan,
you'll see to it?

649
00:42:43,708 --> 00:42:46,207
Are they covering those
breastplates in leather?

650
00:42:46,207 --> 00:42:47,583
No, my lady.

651
00:42:47,583 --> 00:42:50,666
Well, shouldn't they be?
Once the real cold comes?

652
00:42:50,666 --> 00:42:52,082
They should, indeed.

653
00:42:52,082 --> 00:42:54,291
Pardon me, my lady.

654
00:42:54,291 --> 00:42:56,875
You there, why isn't
there leather on these?

655
00:42:58,875 --> 00:43:00,666
Command suits you.

656
00:43:02,374 --> 00:43:04,458
The Northerners
are all facing north,

657
00:43:04,458 --> 00:43:06,541
worried about the threat
from beyond the Wall.

658
00:43:06,541 --> 00:43:08,082
So they should be.

659
00:43:08,082 --> 00:43:10,750
I know Cersei
better than anyone here.

660
00:43:10,750 --> 00:43:12,833
If you turn
your back on her--

661
00:43:12,833 --> 00:43:16,750
- You don't know Cersei better than
anyone here. - I only meant to say--

662
00:43:16,750 --> 00:43:20,291
That the woman who murdered my mother,
father, and brother is dangerous?

663
00:43:20,291 --> 00:43:22,374
Thank you for
your wise counsel.

664
00:43:23,666 --> 00:43:25,875
One of two things
will happen--

665
00:43:25,875 --> 00:43:28,166
either the dead
will defeat the living,

666
00:43:28,166 --> 00:43:30,124
in which case...

667
00:43:30,124 --> 00:43:32,207
all our troubles
come to an end,

668
00:43:32,207 --> 00:43:34,583
or life will win out.

669
00:43:34,583 --> 00:43:36,583
And what then?

670
00:43:36,583 --> 00:43:40,583
Don't fight in the
North or the South.

671
00:43:42,166 --> 00:43:47,041
Fight every battle, everywhere,
always, in your mind.

672
00:43:48,958 --> 00:43:50,833
Everyone is your enemy,

673
00:43:50,833 --> 00:43:53,750
everyone
is your friend...

674
00:43:53,750 --> 00:43:57,875
every possible series of events
is happening all at once.

675
00:43:57,875 --> 00:44:01,458
Live that way and nothing
will surprise you.

676
00:44:01,458 --> 00:44:04,041
Everything that happens
will be something

677
00:44:04,041 --> 00:44:05,958
that you've seen before.

678
00:44:08,207 --> 00:44:10,958
Lady Sansa,
at the gate.

679
00:44:43,499 --> 00:44:44,666
Hello, Sansa.

680
00:45:05,541 --> 00:45:07,666
I wish Jon were here.

681
00:45:07,666 --> 00:45:10,541
Yes, I need
to speak to him.

682
00:45:14,708 --> 00:45:17,332
You're Father's
last living trueborn son.

683
00:45:19,166 --> 00:45:22,041
You're Lord
of Winterfell now.

684
00:45:22,041 --> 00:45:25,291
I can never be
Lord of Winterfell.

685
00:45:25,291 --> 00:45:27,124
I can never be
lord of anything.

686
00:45:27,124 --> 00:45:28,374
I'm the Three-Eyed Raven.

687
00:45:30,458 --> 00:45:32,249
I don't know
what that means.

688
00:45:32,249 --> 00:45:34,666
It's difficult
to explain.

689
00:45:34,666 --> 00:45:36,875
Try.
Please, for me.

690
00:45:38,583 --> 00:45:41,541
It means I can see
everything.

691
00:45:41,541 --> 00:45:43,875
Everything that's ever
happened to everyone.

692
00:45:43,875 --> 00:45:46,875
Everything that's
happening right now.

693
00:45:46,875 --> 00:45:51,666
It's all pieces now,
fragments.

694
00:45:51,666 --> 00:45:53,875
I need to learn
to see better.

695
00:45:53,875 --> 00:45:57,291
When the Long Night
comes again,

696
00:45:57,291 --> 00:45:58,916
I need to be ready.

697
00:46:01,958 --> 00:46:04,374
How do you know
all this?

698
00:46:04,374 --> 00:46:05,916
The Three-Eyed Raven
taught me.

699
00:46:05,916 --> 00:46:07,833
I thought you were
the Three-Eyed Raven.

700
00:46:07,833 --> 00:46:10,583
I told you it's
difficult to explain.

701
00:46:12,750 --> 00:46:14,249
Bran--

702
00:46:14,249 --> 00:46:16,624
I'm sorry for all
that's happened to you.

703
00:46:16,624 --> 00:46:20,624
I'm sorry it had to
happen here in our home.

704
00:46:25,833 --> 00:46:27,916
It was so beautiful
that night.

705
00:46:29,916 --> 00:46:33,916
Snow falling,
just like now.

706
00:46:37,166 --> 00:46:39,000
And you were
so beautiful...

707
00:46:40,958 --> 00:46:42,750
in your white
wedding dress.

708
00:46:46,624 --> 00:46:48,499
I have to go
back inside, Bran.

709
00:46:49,875 --> 00:46:51,583
I'll stay
a bit longer.

710
00:47:05,291 --> 00:47:06,833
Hmm.

711
00:47:15,332 --> 00:47:17,166
Hmm.

712
00:47:22,624 --> 00:47:24,499
Does it hurt?

713
00:47:24,499 --> 00:47:27,207
A bit.
Less than before.

714
00:47:29,000 --> 00:47:31,624
The infection no longer
appears to be active.

715
00:47:33,207 --> 00:47:35,041
Unusual.

716
00:47:35,041 --> 00:47:36,499
Unlikely.

717
00:47:36,499 --> 00:47:38,499
One could almost
be forgiven

718
00:47:38,499 --> 00:47:42,082
for thinking that the entire upper
layer of diseased skin was debrided

719
00:47:42,082 --> 00:47:46,458
and the underlying region treated
with some sort of unguent.

720
00:47:46,458 --> 00:47:49,750
Don't know
anything about that.

721
00:47:49,750 --> 00:47:51,833
I just started
feeling better.

722
00:47:51,833 --> 00:47:55,499
I assumed it was
the rest that did it.

723
00:47:57,458 --> 00:48:00,082
And the climate.

724
00:48:00,082 --> 00:48:02,041
The climate.

725
00:48:02,041 --> 00:48:03,833
You're free
to go, ser.

726
00:48:03,833 --> 00:48:05,875
This chamber is needed
for the infectious,

727
00:48:05,875 --> 00:48:07,583
which you are
no longer.

728
00:48:07,583 --> 00:48:11,082
Tarly, I'd like to speak with
you in my study this evening.

729
00:48:14,041 --> 00:48:15,332
How bad is it?

730
00:48:17,000 --> 00:48:18,374
Suppose I'll find out
this evening.

731
00:48:23,499 --> 00:48:26,207
Where will you go?

732
00:48:26,207 --> 00:48:29,916
I surrendered to this sickness
the moment I first saw it.

733
00:48:31,374 --> 00:48:34,207
I knew
it would kill me
734
00:48:34,207 --> 00:48:36,875
or I'd kill myself
before it could.

735
00:48:36,875 --> 00:48:40,124
Daenerys Stormborn
convinced me otherwise.

736
00:48:40,124 --> 00:48:43,750
The only place for me
is back with her.

737
00:48:43,750 --> 00:48:46,166
I owe her my life.

738
00:48:46,166 --> 00:48:48,750
Her and you.

739
00:48:50,958 --> 00:48:53,291
Your father saved me
more than once.

740
00:48:53,291 --> 00:48:55,082
It's the least
I could do.

741
00:48:56,583 --> 00:48:59,958
Perhaps our paths
will cross again.

742
00:48:59,958 --> 00:49:01,374
I hope they do.

743
00:49:28,499 --> 00:49:31,958
- You treated him?
- Yes.

744
00:49:31,958 --> 00:49:34,458
Who told you
to treat him?

745
00:49:34,458 --> 00:49:35,791
No one.

746
00:49:35,791 --> 00:49:39,082
Who forbade you, or anyone,
to attempt to treat him?

747
00:49:39,082 --> 00:49:41,791
I seem
to remember you.

748
00:49:41,791 --> 00:49:44,624
- But you treated him anyway?
- I did, yes.

749
00:49:46,291 --> 00:49:49,416
I forbade it because it is
dangerous and rarely successful,

750
00:49:49,416 --> 00:49:51,750
especially on
someone of that age.

751
00:49:51,750 --> 00:49:53,958
You could have infected
yourself and others.

752
00:49:53,958 --> 00:49:57,416
You could have devastated
the entire Citadel.

753
00:49:59,708 --> 00:50:01,624
But you didn't.

754
00:50:01,624 --> 00:50:04,249
It's a meticulous,
difficult procedure.

755
00:50:04,249 --> 00:50:07,666
Many maesters whose chains
are heavy with healing links

756
00:50:07,666 --> 00:50:10,124
have attempted it
and failed.

757
00:50:10,124 --> 00:50:12,207
Yet you succeeded.

758
00:50:12,207 --> 00:50:13,332
How?
759
00:50:15,332 --> 00:50:18,624
I read the books
and followed the instructions.

760
00:50:29,000 --> 00:50:31,207
That man is alive
because of you.

761
00:50:33,499 --> 00:50:35,124
You should be proud.

762
00:50:38,207 --> 00:50:40,708
Thank you,
Archmaester.

763
00:50:40,708 --> 00:50:41,624
Come here.

764
00:50:45,666 --> 00:50:49,332
All these manuscripts
and scrolls are rotting away.

765
00:50:49,332 --> 00:50:52,000
I need you
to make copies of them.

766
00:50:56,291 --> 00:50:58,374
You were expecting
a reward.

767
00:51:00,082 --> 00:51:03,875
Your reward is not being immediately
expelled from the Citadel.

768
00:51:05,041 --> 00:51:07,041
You'd better
get started.

769
00:51:07,041 --> 00:51:08,708
And careful
of the paper mites.

770
00:51:08,708 --> 00:51:10,041
They like flesh
as well.
771
00:51:17,291 --> 00:51:20,666
We need to find Euron
Greyjoy's fleet and sink it.

772
00:51:20,666 --> 00:51:24,166
Your Grace, he's already destroyed
a good portion of our fleet.

773
00:51:24,166 --> 00:51:25,708
To send our remaining
ships after him--

774
00:51:25,708 --> 00:51:28,374
I'm not talking about
sending our ships after him.

775
00:51:32,207 --> 00:51:33,750
Would you have to go
yourself?

776
00:51:33,750 --> 00:51:35,750
Euron's ships
could be anywhere

777
00:51:35,750 --> 00:51:37,750
or in more than
one place.

778
00:51:37,750 --> 00:51:40,166
You'd be flying around
the open seas alone

779
00:51:40,166 --> 00:51:41,207
for who knows
how long.

780
00:51:41,207 --> 00:51:42,833
I wouldn't be alone.

781
00:51:42,833 --> 00:51:45,416
I would have Drogon,
Viserion, and Rhaegal.

782
00:51:45,416 --> 00:51:47,207
What can anyone
do to them?
783
00:51:47,207 --> 00:51:49,207
They can still
do something to you.

784
00:51:49,207 --> 00:51:51,000
It only takes
one arrow.

785
00:51:51,000 --> 00:51:53,541
It's too great a risk.
You're too important.

786
00:51:55,875 --> 00:51:58,000
What about
Casterly Rock?

787
00:51:58,000 --> 00:51:59,958
The Unsullied
will be there soon.

788
00:51:59,958 --> 00:52:02,541
And what will they face?

789
00:52:02,541 --> 00:52:04,958
A difficult situation.

790
00:52:04,958 --> 00:52:07,082
They know we're coming.

791
00:52:07,082 --> 00:52:10,416
Yes. Cersei believes
my sole purpose in life

792
00:52:10,416 --> 00:52:12,041
is to destroy
House Lannister.

793
00:52:12,041 --> 00:52:13,791
She will be ready.

794
00:52:17,791 --> 00:52:20,416
- No one has ever taken the Rock.
Archers!

795
00:52:20,416 --> 00:52:22,791
The Lannister Army is still
the army my father built.

796
00:52:22,791 --> 00:52:25,124
- Come on! Well-trained
and well-provisioned.

797
00:52:25,124 --> 00:52:26,916
10,000 men at least.

798
00:52:26,916 --> 00:52:27,833
They will see us coming.

799
00:52:32,458 --> 00:52:34,124
They will be ready.

800
00:52:37,416 --> 00:52:39,458
- Draw! Loose!
- Loose!

801
00:52:41,666 --> 00:52:44,791
The gates of Casterly Rock
are impregnable.

802
00:52:52,499 --> 00:52:54,750
The fight up the walls
will be hard.

803
00:52:54,750 --> 00:52:56,291
We will be
at a disadvantage.

804
00:52:57,666 --> 00:52:59,332
Many men will die.

805
00:53:01,499 --> 00:53:03,541
Just as my father
said they would.

806
00:53:05,708 --> 00:53:08,332
Interesting thing
about my father--

807
00:53:08,332 --> 00:53:10,249
he built our house up
from near ruin.

808
00:53:10,249 --> 00:53:14,416
He built our army, he built
Casterly Rock as we know it,

809
00:53:14,416 --> 00:53:16,499
but he didn't
build the sewers.

810
00:53:16,499 --> 00:53:18,583
That was beneath him,

811
00:53:18,583 --> 00:53:21,458
so he gave the job to the
lowest person he could find--

812
00:53:21,458 --> 00:53:23,000
me.

813
00:53:23,000 --> 00:53:24,833
He was right,
I was low.

814
00:53:24,833 --> 00:53:26,958
The company I kept, low.

815
00:53:26,958 --> 00:53:28,499
Women, mostly.

816
00:53:28,499 --> 00:53:30,166
They weren't welcome
at the Rock.

817
00:53:30,166 --> 00:53:32,458
Father disapproved
of that sort of behavior.

818
00:53:32,458 --> 00:53:34,082
Couldn't walk them
through the front gates,

819
00:53:34,082 --> 00:53:35,541
I couldn't have them
in my chambers,

820
00:53:35,541 --> 00:53:37,791
so in the process
of building the sewers,
821
00:53:37,791 --> 00:53:40,541
I threw in something
for myself.

822
00:53:42,583 --> 00:53:44,583
It was a passage
that began

823
00:53:44,583 --> 00:53:46,291
in an out of the way cove
by the sea

824
00:53:46,291 --> 00:53:49,708
and ended beneath
one of the main guard towers.

825
00:53:49,708 --> 00:53:52,916
No better place for low pursuits
than beneath the ground.

826
00:53:54,541 --> 00:53:58,291
Casterly Rock
is an impregnable fortress.

827
00:54:00,541 --> 00:54:04,207
But as a good friend of mine
once said,

828
00:54:04,207 --> 00:54:08,166
"Give me 10 good men
and I'll impregnate the bitch."

829
00:54:13,708 --> 00:54:14,916
And so it begins.

830
00:54:21,666 --> 00:54:24,541
They will face the bulk
of the Lannister forces.

831
00:54:24,541 --> 00:54:26,416
They will be outnumbered.

832
00:54:26,416 --> 00:54:28,750
They will have less armor
and fewer weapons.
833
00:54:33,708 --> 00:54:37,499
But my sister's armies
fight for her out of fear.

834
00:54:37,499 --> 00:54:40,458
The Unsullied will be fighting
for something greater.

835
00:54:40,458 --> 00:54:42,458
They will be fighting
for freedom

836
00:54:42,458 --> 00:54:44,249
and the person
who gave it to them.

837
00:54:44,249 --> 00:54:46,750
They will be fighting
for you.

838
00:54:46,750 --> 00:54:49,207
And that is why
they will triumph.

839
00:55:35,958 --> 00:55:37,166
Where are they?!

840
00:55:37,166 --> 00:55:39,791
Where are the rest
of the Lannisters?

841
00:57:08,666 --> 00:57:10,916
- It's done.
- It is.

842
00:57:12,791 --> 00:57:16,916
And now the rains weep
o'er our halls.

843
00:57:19,249 --> 00:57:20,708
Did we fight well?

844
00:57:20,708 --> 00:57:23,750
Uh, as well
as could be expected.

845
00:57:23,750 --> 00:57:25,875
It was never our forte.

846
00:57:25,875 --> 00:57:27,958
Golden roses, indeed.

847
00:57:29,875 --> 00:57:31,916
Your brother
and his new queen

848
00:57:31,916 --> 00:57:34,833
thought you would be
defending Casterly Rock.

849
00:57:34,833 --> 00:57:38,124
The truth is Casterly Rock
isn't worth much anymore.

850
00:57:38,124 --> 00:57:39,708
Well, it is to me,

851
00:57:39,708 --> 00:57:42,041
but my fond
childhood memories

852
00:57:42,041 --> 00:57:43,583
won't keep Cersei
on the throne.

853
00:57:43,583 --> 00:57:45,708
So you just
let them take it?

854
00:57:45,708 --> 00:57:47,750
For now. They won't
be able to hold it.

855
00:57:47,750 --> 00:57:50,291
Euron Greyjoy's navy
burned their ships,

856
00:57:50,291 --> 00:57:52,291
we emptied the larders
before we left.

857
00:57:52,291 --> 00:57:54,541
Eventually, they'll be forced
to abandon their position

858
00:57:54,541 --> 00:57:57,958
and march all the way
across Westeros.

859
00:57:57,958 --> 00:58:01,124
And you took your army,
your real army,

860
00:58:01,124 --> 00:58:03,000
and went
where they weren't.

861
00:58:03,000 --> 00:58:06,332
As Robb Stark did to me
at Whispering Wood.

862
00:58:06,332 --> 00:58:08,374
There are always
lessons in failures.

863
00:58:08,374 --> 00:58:11,958
Yes. You must be
very wise by now.

864
00:58:13,249 --> 00:58:16,124
My father always said
I was a slow learner.

865
00:58:16,124 --> 00:58:17,875
If he was so clever,

866
00:58:17,875 --> 00:58:19,624
why didn't he take
Highgarden

867
00:58:19,624 --> 00:58:23,332
the moment your
gold mines ran dry?

868
00:58:24,875 --> 00:58:28,791
I suppose I'll be able to
ask him myself soon enough.

869
00:58:28,791 --> 00:58:31,875
No more learning
from my mistakes, eh?

870
00:58:34,332 --> 00:58:36,833
How will you do it?

871
00:58:36,833 --> 00:58:39,291
With that sword?

872
00:58:39,291 --> 00:58:41,666
That was Joffrey's sword,
wasn't it?

873
00:58:41,666 --> 00:58:44,000
Not that
he ever used it.

874
00:58:44,000 --> 00:58:45,666
What did he call it?

875
00:58:47,291 --> 00:58:49,624
Widow's Wail.

876
00:58:49,624 --> 00:58:51,833
He really was a cunt,
wasn't he?

877
00:58:53,458 --> 00:58:58,833
I did unspeakable things
to protect my family.

878
00:58:58,833 --> 00:59:02,875
Or watched them
being done on my orders.

879
00:59:02,875 --> 00:59:06,041
I never lost
a night's sleep over them.

880
00:59:06,041 --> 00:59:08,082
They were necessary.

881
00:59:08,082 --> 00:59:10,124
And whatever
I imagined necessary

882
00:59:10,124 --> 00:59:14,041
for the safety
of House Tyrell, I did.

883
00:59:14,041 --> 00:59:18,666
But your sister
has done things...

884
00:59:20,332 --> 00:59:22,666
I was incapable
of imagining.

885
00:59:22,666 --> 00:59:25,499
That was
my prize mistake--

886
00:59:25,499 --> 00:59:28,041
a failure
of imagination.

887
00:59:29,374 --> 00:59:31,833
She's a monster,
you do know that?

888
00:59:31,833 --> 00:59:34,000
To you, I'm sure.

889
00:59:34,000 --> 00:59:35,875
To others as well.

890
00:59:35,875 --> 00:59:39,374
But after we've won and there's
no one left to oppose us,

891
00:59:39,374 --> 00:59:43,708
when people are living peacefully
in the world she built,

892
00:59:43,708 --> 00:59:47,416
do you really think they'll wring their
hands over the way she built it?

893
00:59:49,833 --> 00:59:52,041
You love her.

894
00:59:52,041 --> 00:59:53,833
You really do
love her.
895
00:59:53,833 --> 00:59:56,291
You poor fool.

896
00:59:56,291 --> 00:59:58,041
She'll be
the end of you.

897
00:59:58,041 --> 01:00:00,583
Possibly.

898
01:00:00,583 --> 01:00:02,374
Not much
to be gained

899
01:00:02,374 --> 01:00:04,416
from discussing it with
you, though, is there?

900
01:00:04,416 --> 01:00:07,124
What better person
to discuss it with?

901
01:00:07,124 --> 01:00:09,041
What better guarantee
could you have

902
01:00:09,041 --> 01:00:13,082
that the things you say
will never leave this room?

903
01:00:13,082 --> 01:00:16,124
But perhaps
you're right.

904
01:00:16,124 --> 01:00:17,708
If she's driven you
this far,

905
01:00:17,708 --> 01:00:20,124
it's gone beyond
your control.

906
01:00:21,416 --> 01:00:23,416
Yes.

907
01:00:23,416 --> 01:00:24,875
It has.

908
01:00:25,958 --> 01:00:28,000
She's a disease.

909
01:00:28,000 --> 01:00:30,958
I regret my role
in spreading it.

910
01:00:30,958 --> 01:00:32,541
You will, too.

911
01:00:32,541 --> 01:00:34,291
I think
we're done here.

912
01:00:37,708 --> 01:00:38,750
How will it happen?

913
01:00:40,291 --> 01:00:42,207
Cersei had
several ideas.

914
01:00:42,207 --> 01:00:43,624
Whipping you
through the streets

915
01:00:43,624 --> 01:00:46,291
and beheading you
in front of the Red Keep.

916
01:00:46,291 --> 01:00:50,124
Flaying you alive and hanging you
from the walls of King's Landing.

917
01:00:53,291 --> 01:00:55,082
I talked her
out of those.

918
01:01:12,332 --> 01:01:13,750
Will there be pain?

919
01:01:13,750 --> 01:01:16,332
No. I made sure
of that.
920
01:01:16,332 --> 01:01:17,666
That's good.

921
01:01:30,458 --> 01:01:32,458
I'd hate to die
like your son.

922
01:01:33,666 --> 01:01:35,124
Clawing at my neck,

923
01:01:35,124 --> 01:01:38,000
foam and bile spilling
from my mouth,

924
01:01:38,000 --> 01:01:41,833
eyes bloodred,
skin purple.

925
01:01:41,833 --> 01:01:44,207
Must have been
horrible for you,

926
01:01:44,207 --> 01:01:47,666
as a Kingsguard,
as a father.

927
01:01:47,666 --> 01:01:50,249
It was horrible
enough for me.

928
01:01:50,249 --> 01:01:52,916
A shocking scene.

929
01:01:52,916 --> 01:01:55,708
Not at all
what I intended.

930
01:01:57,666 --> 01:02:02,249
You see, I had never seen
the poison work before.

931
01:02:07,207 --> 01:02:09,374
Tell Cersei.

932
01:02:09,374 --> 01:02:11,833
I want her to know
it was me.

933
01:03:56,124 --> 01:03:57,666
My only venture at this moment

934
01:03:57,666 --> 01:04:00,291
is reestablishing control
over this continent

935
01:04:00,291 --> 01:04:01,833
and every person on it.

936
01:04:04,000 --> 01:04:05,499
All my allies are gone.

937
01:04:05,499 --> 01:04:06,332
I'm losing.

938
01:04:07,082 --> 01:04:10,207
You can count on the Iron Bank.
As soon as the gold arrives.

939
01:04:10,916 --> 01:04:12,791
Enough with the clever plans.