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When I was a child, my brother
would tell me a bedtime story...

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about the man
who murdered our father.

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Who stabbed him in the back
and cut his throat.

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Who sat down on the Iron Throne
and watched

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as his blood
poured onto the floor.

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He told me
other stories as well.

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About all the things
we would do to that man...

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once we took back
the Seven Kingdoms

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and had him in our grasp.

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Your sister pledged
to send her army north.

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She did.

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I don't see an army.

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I see one man, with one hand.

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It appears
your sister lied to me.

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She lied to me as well.

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She never had any intention
of sending her army north.

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She has Euron Greyjoy's fleet
and 20,000 fresh troops.

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The Golden Company from Essos,

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bought and paid for.

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Even if we defeat the dead,

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she'll have more than enough
to destroy the survivors.

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"We"?

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I promised to fight
for the living.

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I intend to keep that promise.

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- Your Grace, I know my brother...
- Like you knew your sister?

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He came here alone, knowing
full well how he'd be received.

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Why would he do that
if he weren't telling the truth?

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Perhaps he trusts his
little brother to defend him,

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right up to the moment
he slits my throat.

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You're right.
We can't trust him.

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He attacked my father
in the streets.

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He tried to destroy
my house and my family,

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the same as he did yours.

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Do you want me to apologize?

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I won't.

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We were at war.

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Everything I did, I did
for my house and my family.

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I'd do it all again.

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The things we do for love.

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So why have you abandoned
your house and family now?

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Because this
goes beyond loyalty.

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This is about survival.

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You don't know me well,
Your Grace.

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But I know Ser Jaime.

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He is a man of honor.

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I was his captor once.

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But when we were
both taken prisoner

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and the men holding us
tried to force themselves on me,

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Ser Jaime defended me.

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And lost his hand
because of it.

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Without him, my lady,
you would not be alive.

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He armed me, armored me,

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and sent me to find you
and bring you home

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because he'd sworn an oath
to your mother.

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You vouch for him?

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I do.

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You would fight beside him?

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I would.

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I trust you with my life.

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If you trust him with yours,

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we should let him stay.

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What does the Warden
of the North say about it?

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We need every man we can get.

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Very well.

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Thank you, Your Grace.

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Either you knew Cersei was lying
and let me believe otherwise,

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or you didn't know at all.

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Which makes you
either a traitor or a fool.

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- I was a fool.
- Not for the first time.

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Cersei still sits on the throne.

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If you can't help me
take it back,

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I'll find another Hand who can.

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I suspect one of you
will be wearing this

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before it's all over.

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Coming through.

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Don't you have something better
to do?

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You make my weapon yet?

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Just as soon as I'm done
making a few thousand of these.

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You should make mine first.

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And make sure
it's stronger than this.

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It's strong enough.

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It's going to be safer
down in the crypt, you know.

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Are you going to be
down in the crypt?

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- No, but...
- But you're a fighter.

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I've done my share.

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You've fought them?

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I did. Some of them.

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How many?

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A few.

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That was enough.

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What are they like?

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Bad.

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Really bad.

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"Really bad"?

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Even a smith's apprentice
can do better than "really bad."

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What do they look like?
What do they smell like?

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How do they move?
How hard are they to kill?

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Look,
I know you want to fight.

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And I know you're not scared
of rapers or murderers or...

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This is different. This is...

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This is death.

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You want to know
what they're like? Death.

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That's what they're like.

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I know Death.

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He's got many faces.

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I look forward
to seeing this one.

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- My weapon?
- I'll get right on it.

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I'm sorry
for what I did to you.

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You weren't sorry then.

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You were protecting
your family.

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I'm not that person anymore.

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You still would be,

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if you hadn't pushed me
out of that window.

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And I would still be
Brandon Stark.

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- You're not?
- No.

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I'm something else now.

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You're not angry at me.

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I'm not angry at anyone.

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Why didn't you tell them?

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You won't be able to help us
in this fight

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if I let them murder you first.

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What about afterwards?

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How do you know
there is an afterwards?

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Next up.

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Put a marker in the ground!

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Bring it up to the wall!

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Up to the wall. All right.

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- All right.
- All right.

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Well, here we are.

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Yes, here we are.

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Together again.

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And the masses rejoice.

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How do they feel
about their new queen?

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She's your new queen too.

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They remember what happened

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the last time Targaryens
brought dragons north.

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They'll come around

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once they see
Daenerys is different.

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And she is? Different?

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She is.

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- You're sure about her?
- I am.

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She didn't seem sure about you.

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It's hard to blame her.

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I made a mistake
common to clever people.

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- I underestimated my opponents.
- Hmm.

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Cersei told me the pregnancy
had changed her.

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A chance for you both
to start again.

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And I believed her.

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That stuff can go on the end.

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Was she lying
about the baby too?

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No, that part is real.

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She's always been good
at using the truth to tell lies.

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I wouldn't be
too hard on yourself.

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She's fooled me
more than anybody.

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No, he's right there.

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What?

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She never fooled you.

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You always knew
exactly what she was,

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and you loved her anyway.
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So...

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...we're going to die
at Winterfell.

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Not the death
I would've chosen.

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I always pictured myself

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dying in my own bed,

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the age of 80,

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with a belly full of wine and
BOTH: ...a girl's mouth

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- around your cock.
- around my cock.

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At least Cersei
won't get to murder me.

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I'm sure I'll feel
some satisfaction

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denying her that pleasure

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while I'm being ripped apart
by dead men.

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Maybe after I'm dead...
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I'll march down
to King's Landing

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and rip her apart.

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You will see the
Army of the Dead.

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Good.

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Good. Yes, aim.

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Don't rush.

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Come forward.

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- Come on.
- Ser Jaime.

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Lady Brienne.

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- He's come a long way.
- He's all right.

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One more time. Come on.

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- Still has a lot to learn.
- I'm sure you'll teach him.

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Better, better.

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I've been told you're commanding
the left flank.

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I am.

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It's, uh... It's good ground.

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It is.

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The rise, it should give us
some advantage.

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If we can keep
a tight formation,

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we might be able
to beat them back.

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Yes, I think you're right.

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- What are you doing?
- What?

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- I think you know.
- I truly don't.

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We have never had a conversation
last this long

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without you insulting me.
Not once.

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You want me to insult you?
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- No!
- Good.

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I came to Winterfell because...

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I'm not the fighter
I used to be.

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But I'd be honored
to serve under your command,

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if you'll have me.

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I better get back.

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Forgive me, khaleesi.

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Have you done something
to offend me?

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Many things.

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Long ago and long forgiven.

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But you did forgive,

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despite my failures.

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When I heard you'd named Tyrion
your Hand,

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it broke my heart.

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When I named him Hand,

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I didn't know
if I'd ever see you again.

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You made the right choice.

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I wasn't under the impression
you liked him very much.

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I didn't.

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His mouth
hardly stopped moving

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between Volantis
and Meereen.

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It was all I could do
not to throw him in the sea.

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But the mind behind
all those words...

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He's made mistakes.

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Serious mistakes.

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As have we all.

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He owns his
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and learns from them.

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You're advising me
to forgive the man

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who stole your position?

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I am.

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And one other suggestion,

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if you'll allow me.

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The moment we can
get the last infantryman

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out onto the field,
we should shut the gates.

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Keep them open
for as long as you can.

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There are still people coming in
from the countryside.

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Lady Sansa, I was hoping
we could speak alone.

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I thought you and I

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were on the verge
of agreement before.
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About Ser Jaime.

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Brienne has been
loyal to me, always.

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I trust her more than anyone.

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I wish I could have that kind
of faith in my advisors.

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Tyrion is a good man.

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He was never anything
but decent towards me.

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I didn't ask him to be my Hand
simply because he was good.

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I asked him to be my Hand

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because he was good,
and intelligent,

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and ruthless when he had to be.

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He never should have
trusted Cersei.

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You never should have either.

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I thought he knew his sister.
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Families are complicated.

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Ours certainly have been.

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A sad thing to have in common.

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We have other things in common.

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We've both known what it means
to lead people

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who aren't inclined
to accept a woman's rule.

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And we've both done
a damn good job of it,

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from what I can tell.

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And yet, I can't help but feel
we're at odds with one another.

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Why is that?

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Your brother.

263
00:18:07,233 --> 00:18:09,024
He loves you, you know that.

264
00:18:10,690 --> 00:18:11,857
That bothers you.

265
00:18:11,941 --> 00:18:15,483
Men do stupid things for women.
266
00:18:15,565 --> 00:18:17,607
They're easily manipulated.

267
00:18:20,899 --> 00:18:23,483
All my life,
I've known one goal:

268
00:18:23,565 --> 00:18:25,024
the Iron Throne.

269
00:18:26,024 --> 00:18:27,483
Taking it back from the people

270
00:18:27,565 --> 00:18:30,607
who destroyed my family,
and almost destroyed yours.

271
00:18:30,690 --> 00:18:33,233
My war was against them.

272
00:18:35,441 --> 00:18:36,899
Until I met Jon.

273
00:18:39,066 --> 00:18:41,649
Now I'm here,
half a world away,

274
00:18:41,732 --> 00:18:44,191
fighting Jon's war
alongside him.

275
00:18:44,274 --> 00:18:47,441
Tell me, who manipulated whom?

276
00:18:55,149 --> 00:18:59,233
I should have thanked you
the moment you arrived.

277
00:19:00,565 --> 00:19:01,941
That was a mistake.

278
00:19:04,774 --> 00:19:06,899
I'm here because
I love your brother...
279
00:19:08,565 --> 00:19:10,607
and I trust him...

280
00:19:10,690 --> 00:19:13,899
and I know
he's true to his word.

281
00:19:13,982 --> 00:19:15,690
He's only the second man
in my life

282
00:19:15,774 --> 00:19:17,358
I can say that about.

283
00:19:19,149 --> 00:19:20,399
Who was the first?

284
00:19:20,483 --> 00:19:22,233
Someone taller.

285
00:19:27,483 --> 00:19:29,774
And what happens afterwards?

286
00:19:31,274 --> 00:19:34,690
We defeat the dead,
we destroy Cersei.

287
00:19:35,899 --> 00:19:37,316
What happens then?

288
00:19:38,899 --> 00:19:40,483
I take the Iron Throne.

289
00:19:43,441 --> 00:19:44,690
What about the North?

290
00:19:45,982 --> 00:19:47,899
It was taken from us,

291
00:19:47,982 --> 00:19:49,690
and we took it back.

292
00:19:49,774 --> 00:19:53,399
And we said we'd never bow
to anyone else again.
293
00:19:53,483 --> 00:19:55,024
What about the North?

294
00:20:02,358 --> 00:20:05,274
Apologies, my lady.
Your Grace...

295
00:20:05,358 --> 00:20:07,024
What is it?

296
00:20:28,774 --> 00:20:30,483
My queen.

297
00:20:30,565 --> 00:20:31,899
Your sister?

298
00:20:31,982 --> 00:20:33,941
She only has a few ships,

299
00:20:34,024 --> 00:20:35,483
and she couldn't
sail them here.

300
00:20:35,565 --> 00:20:38,607
So she's sailing
to the Iron Islands instead,

301
00:20:38,690 --> 00:20:40,524
to take them back in your name.

302
00:20:40,607 --> 00:20:42,066
But why aren't you with her?

303
00:20:48,524 --> 00:20:51,191
I want to fight for Winterfell,
Lady Sansa...

304
00:20:53,191 --> 00:20:54,941
if you'll have me.

305
00:21:25,233 --> 00:21:26,732
Milord, we're not soldiers.

306
00:21:26,815 --> 00:21:28,107
You are now.

307
00:21:32,441 --> 00:21:35,024
Look, I made it through
most of my years

308
00:21:35,107 --> 00:21:36,941
without ever
getting near a fight,

309
00:21:37,024 --> 00:21:39,399
but then I survived
the Battle of the Bastards.

310
00:21:39,483 --> 00:21:40,982
Right outside these walls.

311
00:21:41,066 --> 00:21:44,483
If I can live through that,
you can live through this.

312
00:21:46,024 --> 00:21:48,857
They'll outfit you with weapons
at the forge.

313
00:21:48,941 --> 00:21:49,941
Right that way.

314
00:21:51,774 --> 00:21:52,982
Thank you.

315
00:21:54,732 --> 00:21:57,274
When the time comes,
you'll be down in the crypts.

316
00:21:57,358 --> 00:21:58,857
They're the safest place to be.

317
00:21:58,941 --> 00:22:00,941
Through that archway
right over there.

318
00:22:01,774 --> 00:22:02,774
Thank you.

319
00:22:05,441 --> 00:22:07,857
Hey, hey, who's next, lads?

320
00:22:07,941 --> 00:22:11,107
Thank you, sir.
Come back!

321
00:22:11,191 --> 00:22:12,982
Which way should I go?

322
00:22:17,941 --> 00:22:20,066
Which way do you want to go?

323
00:22:20,149 --> 00:22:22,399
All the children
will be going below

324
00:22:22,483 --> 00:22:24,732
when the time comes.

325
00:22:24,815 --> 00:22:27,316
But both me brothers
were soldiers.

326
00:22:29,274 --> 00:22:31,483
I want to fight too.

327
00:22:35,982 --> 00:22:37,899
That's good to hear.

328
00:22:37,982 --> 00:22:39,899
I'm going to be in the crypt
with my son,

329
00:22:39,982 --> 00:22:42,107
and I'd feel a lot better
with you down there

330
00:22:42,191 --> 00:22:45,565
- to protect us.
- I'm sure a lot of people would.

331
00:22:51,233 --> 00:22:53,690
All right.
I'll defend the crypt, then.

332
00:23:05,024 --> 00:23:06,649
Riders coming in!

333
00:23:29,815 --> 00:23:31,815
My little crow.

334
00:23:31,899 --> 00:23:33,107
I thought we'd lost you.

335
00:23:34,149 --> 00:23:35,565
Almost.

336
00:23:40,565 --> 00:23:42,399
Put them in the stables.

337
00:23:45,649 --> 00:23:47,149
How did you find each other?

338
00:23:47,233 --> 00:23:49,191
We met up at the Last Hearth.

339
00:23:49,274 --> 00:23:51,107
The dead got there first.

340
00:23:55,358 --> 00:23:56,483
The Umbers?

341
00:23:56,565 --> 00:23:58,565
Fighting for
the Night King now.

342
00:23:59,899 --> 00:24:02,316
We had to travel around them
to get here.

343
00:24:02,399 --> 00:24:04,982
Whoever's not here now

344
00:24:05,066 --> 00:24:06,274
is with them.

345
00:24:06,358 --> 00:24:09,191
How long do we have?

346
00:24:09,274 --> 00:24:11,982
Before the sun
comes up tomorrow.

347
00:24:18,066 --> 00:24:20,107
The big woman still here?

348
00:24:23,274 --> 00:24:25,358
They're coming.

349
00:24:25,441 --> 00:24:26,441
Next.

350
00:24:26,524 --> 00:24:28,524
We have dragonglass

351
00:24:28,607 --> 00:24:30,732
and Valyrian steel.

352
00:24:34,941 --> 00:24:36,815
But there are
too many of them.

353
00:24:38,024 --> 00:24:39,191
Far too many.

354
00:24:41,274 --> 00:24:43,107
Our enemy doesn't tire.

355
00:24:45,358 --> 00:24:46,441
Doesn't stop.

356
00:24:48,149 --> 00:24:49,149
Doesn't feel.

357
00:24:50,565 --> 00:24:53,649
We can't beat them
in a straight fight.

358
00:24:53,732 --> 00:24:55,274
So, what can we do?

359
00:24:56,982 --> 00:25:00,191
The Night King made them all.
They follow his command.

360
00:25:01,233 --> 00:25:02,358
If he falls...

361
00:25:03,982 --> 00:25:05,774
Getting to him
may be our best chance.

362
00:25:05,857 --> 00:25:08,483
If that's true,
he'll never expose himself.

363
00:25:09,441 --> 00:25:10,524
Yes, he will.

364
00:25:11,815 --> 00:25:13,358
He'll come for me.

365
00:25:15,024 --> 00:25:18,815
He's tried before, many times,
with many Three-Eyed Ravens.

366
00:25:19,899 --> 00:25:20,899
Why?

367
00:25:22,107 --> 00:25:23,149
What does he want?

368
00:25:23,233 --> 00:25:24,815
An endless night.

369
00:25:26,441 --> 00:25:30,399
He wants to erase this world,
and I am its memory.

370
00:25:30,483 --> 00:25:32,690
That's what
death is, isn't it?

371
00:25:34,732 --> 00:25:35,857
Forgetting.

372
00:25:38,565 --> 00:25:39,815
Being forgotten.

373
00:25:40,857 --> 00:25:42,358
If we forget where we've been
374
00:25:42,441 --> 00:25:43,483
and what we've done,

375
00:25:43,565 --> 00:25:45,233
we're not men anymore.

376
00:25:46,274 --> 00:25:48,107
Just animals.

377
00:25:48,191 --> 00:25:50,024
Your memories
don't come from books.

378
00:25:51,191 --> 00:25:53,191
Your stories
aren't just stories.

379
00:25:53,274 --> 00:25:55,774
If I wanted
to erase the world of men,

380
00:25:55,857 --> 00:25:56,982
I'd start with you.

381
00:25:58,024 --> 00:25:59,066
How will he find you?

382
00:25:59,149 --> 00:26:01,024
His mark is on me.

383
00:26:02,565 --> 00:26:04,565
He always knows where I am.

384
00:26:04,649 --> 00:26:06,149
We'll put you in the crypt,

385
00:26:06,233 --> 00:26:08,483
- where it's safest.
- No.

386
00:26:08,565 --> 00:26:10,149
We need to lure him
into the open

387
00:26:10,233 --> 00:26:11,982
before his army
destroys us all.

388
00:26:12,066 --> 00:26:13,982
I'll wait for him
in the Godswood.

389
00:26:14,066 --> 00:26:15,941
You want us
to use you as bait?

390
00:26:16,024 --> 00:26:17,815
We're not leaving you alone
out there.

391
00:26:17,899 --> 00:26:19,607
He won't be.
I'll stay with him.

392
00:26:20,774 --> 00:26:22,233
With the Ironborn.

393
00:26:25,107 --> 00:26:27,524
I took this castle from you.

394
00:26:27,607 --> 00:26:29,233
Let me defend you now.

395
00:26:37,815 --> 00:26:40,815
We'll hold off the rest of them
for as long as we can.

396
00:26:40,899 --> 00:26:42,149
When the time comes,

397
00:26:42,233 --> 00:26:43,982
Ser Davos and I
will be on the walls,

398
00:26:44,066 --> 00:26:46,024
to give you the signal
to light the trench.

399
00:26:46,107 --> 00:26:49,649
Ser Davos is perfectly capable
of waving a torch on his own.
400
00:26:49,732 --> 00:26:51,941
You'll be in the crypt.

401
00:26:52,024 --> 00:26:53,857
Your Grace,
I have fought before,

402
00:26:53,941 --> 00:26:55,024
I can do it again.

403
00:26:55,107 --> 00:26:56,607
Alongside the men and women

404
00:26:56,690 --> 00:26:57,690
risking their lives.

405
00:26:57,732 --> 00:26:59,358
There are thousands of them

406
00:26:59,441 --> 00:27:01,024
and only one of you.

407
00:27:01,107 --> 00:27:02,732
You can't fight
as well as they can,

408
00:27:02,815 --> 00:27:05,358
but you can think
better than any of them.

409
00:27:05,441 --> 00:27:07,857
You're here
because of your mind.

410
00:27:07,941 --> 00:27:09,732
If we survive, I'll need it.

411
00:27:12,857 --> 00:27:15,524
The dragons should give us
an edge in the field.

412
00:27:15,607 --> 00:27:19,149
If they're in the field,
they're not protecting Bran.

413
00:27:19,233 --> 00:27:20,690
We need to be near him.

414
00:27:20,774 --> 00:27:21,649
Not too near,

415
00:27:21,732 --> 00:27:23,024
or the Night King won't come.

416
00:27:23,107 --> 00:27:25,316
But close enough to pursue him
when he does.

417
00:27:25,399 --> 00:27:27,358
Dragonfire will stop him?

418
00:27:27,441 --> 00:27:29,149
I don't know.

419
00:27:29,233 --> 00:27:30,815
No one's ever tried.

420
00:27:37,316 --> 00:27:39,149
We're all going to die.

421
00:27:41,483 --> 00:27:43,941
But at least we die together.

422
00:27:47,649 --> 00:27:49,316
Let's get some rest.

423
00:27:58,107 --> 00:27:59,107
Your Grace.

424
00:28:14,316 --> 00:28:16,274
Do you need help?

425
00:28:16,358 --> 00:28:17,649
No.

426
00:28:18,690 --> 00:28:20,857
You've had a strange journey.

427
00:28:20,941 --> 00:28:22,316
Stranger than most.
428
00:28:24,483 --> 00:28:26,524
I'd like to hear about it.

429
00:28:29,149 --> 00:28:31,107
It's a long story.

430
00:28:31,191 --> 00:28:33,191
If only we were trapped
in a castle...

431
00:28:34,524 --> 00:28:38,024
in the middle of winter,
with nowhere to go.

432
00:28:59,899 --> 00:29:01,024
Hello.

433
00:29:21,066 --> 00:29:23,649
When Daenerys
takes her throne...

434
00:29:23,732 --> 00:29:25,732
there will be
no place for us here.

435
00:29:26,899 --> 00:29:29,274
I am loyal to my queen.

436
00:29:29,358 --> 00:29:32,399
I will fight for her
until her enemies are defeated,

437
00:29:32,483 --> 00:29:36,233
but when the war is over
and she has won...

438
00:29:39,233 --> 00:29:42,066
...do you want
to grow old in this place?

439
00:29:44,524 --> 00:29:47,191
Is there nothing
else you want to do,

440
00:29:47,274 --> 00:29:49,399
nothing else you want to see?

441
00:29:51,483 --> 00:29:52,607
Naath.

442
00:29:53,899 --> 00:29:56,441
I'd like to see
the beaches again.

443
00:29:58,774 --> 00:30:00,815
Then I will take you there.

444
00:30:00,899 --> 00:30:02,649
My people are peaceful.

445
00:30:03,815 --> 00:30:06,316
We cannot protect ourselves.

446
00:30:06,399 --> 00:30:08,483
My people are not peaceful.

447
00:30:09,399 --> 00:30:10,941
We will protect you.

448
00:30:22,607 --> 00:30:24,316
Yes, sir.

449
00:30:27,607 --> 00:30:29,483
Have you told her yet?

450
00:30:32,649 --> 00:30:33,649
No.

451
00:30:34,982 --> 00:30:36,149
Mm-hmm.

452
00:30:37,358 --> 00:30:38,524
Being careful.

453
00:30:41,815 --> 00:30:43,149
Biding your time.

454
00:30:45,066 --> 00:30:47,149
Waiting for the perfect...
455
00:30:59,107 --> 00:31:01,149
And now our watch begins.

456
00:31:05,815 --> 00:31:07,565
Gilly? Little Sam?

457
00:31:09,441 --> 00:31:12,191
They'll be safe
down in the crypt.

458
00:31:13,899 --> 00:31:15,358
If you want to join them...

459
00:31:20,316 --> 00:31:21,483
To protect them.

460
00:31:21,565 --> 00:31:23,149
Everyone seems to forget
that I was

461
00:31:23,233 --> 00:31:24,666
the first man
to kill a White Walker.

462
00:31:24,690 --> 00:31:26,774
- I've killed Thenns.
- Thenn.

463
00:31:26,857 --> 00:31:28,316
I've saved Gilly
more than once.

464
00:31:28,399 --> 00:31:30,274
I stole a considerable
number of books

465
00:31:30,358 --> 00:31:31,524
from the Citadel library,

466
00:31:31,607 --> 00:31:34,066
survived
the Fist of the First Men.

467
00:31:34,149 --> 00:31:36,316
You need me out there.
468
00:31:36,399 --> 00:31:37,941
Well,
if that's what it's come to,

469
00:31:38,024 --> 00:31:40,524
- we really are fucked.
- Well, calling you "fucked"

470
00:31:40,607 --> 00:31:42,191
wouldn't be strictly accurate.

471
00:31:46,024 --> 00:31:47,649
Samwell Tarly.

472
00:31:47,732 --> 00:31:50,316
Slayer of White Walkers.

473
00:31:50,399 --> 00:31:52,066
Lover of Ladies.

474
00:31:53,524 --> 00:31:55,107
As if we needed any more signs

475
00:31:55,191 --> 00:31:56,274
the world was ending.

476
00:31:58,524 --> 00:32:00,191
Think back to where we started.

477
00:32:02,732 --> 00:32:06,191
Us, Grenn, Pyp.

478
00:32:07,732 --> 00:32:10,107
Now it's just us three.

479
00:32:10,191 --> 00:32:13,857
Last man left,
burn the rest of us.

480
00:32:29,274 --> 00:32:30,899
I wish Father were here.

481
00:32:33,524 --> 00:32:35,483
I would love to see
the look on his face
482
00:32:35,565 --> 00:32:37,191
when he realizes his two sons

483
00:32:37,274 --> 00:32:39,607
are about to die
defending Winterfell.

484
00:32:44,316 --> 00:32:46,233
That would be something to see.

485
00:32:52,441 --> 00:32:55,607
I remember the
first time we were here,

486
00:32:55,690 --> 00:32:57,524
the first time
I saw this hall.

487
00:32:57,607 --> 00:32:58,524
Mm.

488
00:32:58,607 --> 00:33:00,149
You were a golden lion.

489
00:33:01,316 --> 00:33:04,024
I was a drunken whoremonger.

490
00:33:04,107 --> 00:33:05,399
It was all so simple.

491
00:33:06,607 --> 00:33:08,815
It wasn't so simple.

492
00:33:08,899 --> 00:33:10,358
I was sleeping with my sister

493
00:33:10,441 --> 00:33:13,066
and you had one friend
in the world

494
00:33:13,149 --> 00:33:14,649
who was sleeping
with his sister.

495
00:33:14,732 --> 00:33:16,982
I was speaking
in relative terms.

496
00:33:18,774 --> 00:33:21,441
- Do you miss it?
- Of course I miss it.

497
00:33:22,982 --> 00:33:25,066
Well,
my golden-lion days are done,

498
00:33:25,149 --> 00:33:27,815
but whoremongering
is still an option for you.

499
00:33:28,941 --> 00:33:29,982
It's not.

500
00:33:31,483 --> 00:33:34,358
Things would be easier
if it were.

501
00:33:37,233 --> 00:33:39,149
The perils of self-betterment.

502
00:33:44,649 --> 00:33:46,565
Oh!

503
00:33:46,649 --> 00:33:48,149
My lady.

504
00:33:48,233 --> 00:33:50,107
Oh, we didn't mean to interrupt.

505
00:33:50,191 --> 00:33:52,274
We were just looking for
somewhere warm to...

506
00:33:52,358 --> 00:33:54,149
To contemplate
your imminent death.

507
00:33:54,233 --> 00:33:56,066
You've come to the right place.

508
00:33:56,149 --> 00:33:58,565
You want some of this piss?
It's not bad.

509
00:33:58,649 --> 00:34:00,941
- It's not good either.
- Thank you, milord.

510
00:34:01,024 --> 00:34:02,941
I don't think that's wise.

511
00:34:03,024 --> 00:34:05,524
The battle
might start at any moment.

512
00:34:08,274 --> 00:34:09,399
Half cup.

513
00:34:11,483 --> 00:34:13,441
- And you?
- No, thank you.

514
00:34:13,524 --> 00:34:15,024
I should try
and get some sleep.

515
00:34:15,107 --> 00:34:16,690
You really think any of us

516
00:34:16,774 --> 00:34:18,191
are going to sleep tonight?

517
00:34:19,441 --> 00:34:20,649
Join us.

518
00:34:22,524 --> 00:34:23,774
All right.

519
00:34:23,857 --> 00:34:25,191
Just a bit.

520
00:34:31,649 --> 00:34:33,274
Well, what do we have here?

521
00:34:33,358 --> 00:34:34,649
Ser Davos, join us.
522
00:34:34,732 --> 00:34:35,815
No, none for me, thanks.

523
00:34:35,899 --> 00:34:37,274
Came here for this.

524
00:34:37,358 --> 00:34:39,732
I figured I could wait to die

525
00:34:39,815 --> 00:34:42,732
freezing my balls off
out there

526
00:34:42,815 --> 00:34:45,607
or wait to die
nice and warm in here.

527
00:34:48,565 --> 00:34:51,857
It could be our last night
in this world, you know.

528
00:34:53,066 --> 00:34:56,149
Yes, well,
I'm glad you're here.

529
00:34:56,233 --> 00:34:57,982
Here fighting with us.

530
00:34:58,066 --> 00:35:00,066
Glad you survived Eastwatch.

531
00:35:00,149 --> 00:35:01,774
Would you like a drink?

532
00:35:02,732 --> 00:35:03,774
Brought my own.

533
00:35:10,941 --> 00:35:12,941
They call you "King Killer."

534
00:35:13,941 --> 00:35:15,815
I'm sure someone does.

535
00:35:16,857 --> 00:35:18,941
They call me "Giantsbane."

536
00:35:20,274 --> 00:35:21,399
Want to know why?

537
00:35:31,941 --> 00:35:35,066
I killed a giant
when I was 10.

538
00:35:36,774 --> 00:35:40,441
Then I climbed right into bed
with his wife.

539
00:35:41,732 --> 00:35:45,233
When she woke up,
you know what she did?

540
00:35:48,524 --> 00:35:53,024
Suckled me at her teat
for three months.

541
00:35:53,107 --> 00:35:54,941
Thought I was her baby.

542
00:35:55,899 --> 00:35:58,149
That's how I got so strong.

543
00:35:59,815 --> 00:36:01,316
Giant's milk.

544
00:36:15,649 --> 00:36:16,815
Mm.

545
00:36:19,649 --> 00:36:21,233
Maybe I will have that drink.

546
00:37:00,191 --> 00:37:01,441
You never used to shut up.

547
00:37:01,524 --> 00:37:03,982
Now you're just sitting there
like a mute.

548
00:37:07,274 --> 00:37:08,565
Guess I've changed.
549
00:37:17,066 --> 00:37:19,358
What are you doing up here?

550
00:37:19,441 --> 00:37:21,316
What's it look like?

551
00:37:21,399 --> 00:37:24,233
No, I mean,
what are you doing up here?

552
00:37:26,732 --> 00:37:28,274
You joined the Brotherhood.

553
00:37:28,358 --> 00:37:29,982
You went beyond the Wall
with Jon.

554
00:37:30,066 --> 00:37:31,565
You're here now. Why?

555
00:37:33,524 --> 00:37:34,649
When was the last time

556
00:37:34,732 --> 00:37:36,941
you fought for anyone
but yourself?

557
00:37:39,649 --> 00:37:41,732
I fought for you, didn't I?

558
00:37:51,899 --> 00:37:53,982
Oh, for fuck's sake.

559
00:37:54,066 --> 00:37:55,899
May as well be
at a bloody wedding.

560
00:37:58,815 --> 00:38:00,274
My lady.

561
00:38:00,358 --> 00:38:02,441
It's good to see you again.

562
00:38:02,565 --> 00:38:04,899
I'm sorry we parted
the way we did.

563
00:38:06,107 --> 00:38:07,649
Was he on your list?

564
00:38:08,732 --> 00:38:09,941
For a little while.

565
00:38:11,024 --> 00:38:12,274
That's all right.

566
00:38:14,107 --> 00:38:17,066
The Lord of Light has brought us
together all the same.

567
00:38:19,191 --> 00:38:21,149
This is his moment.

568
00:38:21,233 --> 00:38:23,274
- When light...
- Thoros isn't here anymore,

569
00:38:23,358 --> 00:38:26,191
so I hope you're not
about to give a sermon.

570
00:38:26,274 --> 00:38:27,732
Because if you are,

571
00:38:27,815 --> 00:38:31,024
the Lord of Light's gonna wonder
why he brought you back 19 times

572
00:38:31,107 --> 00:38:32,607
just to watch you die
when I chuck you

573
00:38:32,690 --> 00:38:34,941
- over this fucking wall.

574
00:38:48,316 --> 00:38:49,483
Where are you going?

575
00:38:51,024 --> 00:38:52,690
I'm not spending my final hours
576
00:38:52,774 --> 00:38:54,815
with you two
miserable old shits.

577
00:39:19,066 --> 00:39:20,649
That for me?

578
00:39:34,732 --> 00:39:36,358
This'll work.

579
00:39:39,732 --> 00:39:40,941
Last time you saw me,

580
00:39:41,024 --> 00:39:42,857
you wanted me
to come to Winterfell.

581
00:39:43,941 --> 00:39:45,316
Took the long road, but...

582
00:39:47,066 --> 00:39:49,149
What did the Red Woman
want with you?

583
00:39:53,607 --> 00:39:57,107
She wanted my blood
for some kind of spell.

584
00:39:57,191 --> 00:39:58,690
Why your blood?

585
00:40:00,316 --> 00:40:01,982
I'm Robert Baratheon's bastard.

586
00:40:03,607 --> 00:40:05,690
I didn't know
until she told me.

587
00:40:05,774 --> 00:40:07,982
Then she tied me up,
stripped me down,

588
00:40:08,066 --> 00:40:09,441
put leeches all over me.

589
00:40:12,815 --> 00:40:14,774
Was that your first time?

590
00:40:14,857 --> 00:40:17,565
No, yeah, I've never had leeches
put all over my cock.

591
00:40:17,649 --> 00:40:19,607
Your first time with a woman.

592
00:40:19,690 --> 00:40:21,483
What?

593
00:40:21,565 --> 00:40:24,024
I... I didn't...
I wasn't with her.

594
00:40:24,107 --> 00:40:27,483
Were you with other girls
before that in King's Landing?

595
00:40:27,565 --> 00:40:29,233
Or after?

596
00:40:33,358 --> 00:40:35,191
You don't remember?

597
00:40:36,899 --> 00:40:38,857
- Yes, I was.
- One?

598
00:40:40,066 --> 00:40:41,316
Two?

599
00:40:41,399 --> 00:40:43,941
- Twenty?
- Well, I didn't keep count.

600
00:40:45,899 --> 00:40:46,899
Yes, you did.

601
00:40:50,233 --> 00:40:51,774
Three.

602
00:40:57,441 --> 00:40:59,941
We're probably
going to die soon.

603
00:41:02,565 --> 00:41:05,274
I want to know what it's like
before that happens.

604
00:41:11,565 --> 00:41:12,982
Arya, I...

605
00:41:49,107 --> 00:41:51,274
I'm not the Red Woman.

606
00:41:51,358 --> 00:41:53,024
Take your own bloody pants off.

607
00:42:17,815 --> 00:42:20,024
It's strange, isn't it?

608
00:42:22,524 --> 00:42:25,732
Almost everyone here's
fought the Starks

609
00:42:25,815 --> 00:42:27,941
at one time or another.

610
00:42:28,024 --> 00:42:32,565
And here we are in their castle,
ready to defend it.

611
00:42:32,649 --> 00:42:33,857
Together.

612
00:42:36,690 --> 00:42:38,690
At least we'll die with honor.

613
00:42:44,524 --> 00:42:46,107
I think we might live.

614
00:42:49,774 --> 00:42:51,358
I... I do.

615
00:42:52,982 --> 00:42:55,732
How many battles
have we survived between us?

616
00:42:57,066 --> 00:42:58,399
Ser Davos Seaworth.

617
00:42:59,358 --> 00:43:01,399
Survivor of both the Blackwater

618
00:43:01,483 --> 00:43:03,565
and the Battle of the Bastards.

619
00:43:03,649 --> 00:43:04,774
All without a shred

620
00:43:04,857 --> 00:43:06,690
- of combat ability.
- Mm.

621
00:43:06,774 --> 00:43:10,732
Ser Jaime Lannister, fabled hero
of the Siege of Pyke.

622
00:43:10,815 --> 00:43:13,483
Fabled loser of the Battle
of Whispering Wood.

623
00:43:13,565 --> 00:43:14,565
Hear, hear!

624
00:43:15,941 --> 00:43:17,565
Ser Brienne of Tarth.

625
00:43:17,649 --> 00:43:19,774
Defeated the Hound in...

626
00:43:20,732 --> 00:43:22,982
Pardon me, Lady Brienne.

627
00:43:23,066 --> 00:43:25,107
She's not a ser?

628
00:43:25,191 --> 00:43:26,274
You're not a knight?

629
00:43:27,732 --> 00:43:29,107
Women can't be knights.

630
00:43:29,191 --> 00:43:31,191
- Why not?
- Tradition.

631
00:43:31,274 --> 00:43:32,358
Fuck tradition.

632
00:43:33,607 --> 00:43:36,233
I don't even want
to be a knight.

633
00:43:39,857 --> 00:43:40,941
I'm no king.

634
00:43:41,024 --> 00:43:43,316
But if I were,

635
00:43:43,399 --> 00:43:46,149
I'd knight you 10 times over.

636
00:43:48,149 --> 00:43:49,774
You don't need a king.

637
00:43:50,941 --> 00:43:53,899
Any knight
can make another knight.

638
00:43:58,857 --> 00:43:59,899
I'll prove it.

639
00:44:03,066 --> 00:44:05,607
Kneel, Lady Brienne.

640
00:44:09,483 --> 00:44:11,607
Do you want to
be a knight or not?

641
00:44:16,399 --> 00:44:17,399
Kneel.

642
00:45:11,066 --> 00:45:12,690
In the name of the Warrior,

643
00:45:13,649 --> 00:45:15,358
I charge you to be brave.
644
00:45:17,649 --> 00:45:19,690
In the name of the Father,

645
00:45:21,149 --> 00:45:22,982
I charge you to be just.

646
00:45:26,066 --> 00:45:27,857
In the name of the Mother,

647
00:45:27,941 --> 00:45:31,191
I charge you
to defend the innocent.

648
00:45:40,066 --> 00:45:42,441
Arise, Brienne of Tarth...

649
00:45:43,899 --> 00:45:46,358
a knight of the Seven Kingdoms.

650
00:46:03,565 --> 00:46:05,358
Ser Brienne of Tarth!

651
00:46:06,732 --> 00:46:08,565
Knight of the Seven Kingdoms!

652
00:46:18,483 --> 00:46:20,483
We have all we
need to win this war.

653
00:46:20,565 --> 00:46:23,066
I have trained my
men, women and children.

654
00:46:23,149 --> 00:46:25,024
I have fought before.
I can fight again.

655
00:46:25,107 --> 00:46:28,274
Please, listen to me.
You're the future of our house.

656
00:46:28,358 --> 00:46:30,274
I don't need you
to remind me of that.

657
00:46:30,358 --> 00:46:33,358
You'll be safer in the crypt.
These things we're fighting...

658
00:46:33,441 --> 00:46:34,982
I will not hide underground.

659
00:46:35,066 --> 00:46:36,857
I pledged to fight
for the North,

660
00:46:36,941 --> 00:46:39,524
- and I will fight.
- I'm meant to relieve you.

661
00:46:39,607 --> 00:46:41,483
- You got it?
- Yeah, I got it.

662
00:46:44,233 --> 00:46:46,565
Oh, I'm sorry,
I didn't mean to...

663
00:46:46,649 --> 00:46:47,732
It's all right.

664
00:46:49,066 --> 00:46:50,316
We're done here.

665
00:46:56,358 --> 00:46:58,274
I wish you good fortune, cousin.

666
00:47:00,191 --> 00:47:01,483
Thank you, my lady.

667
00:47:02,732 --> 00:47:04,024
- My lady.
- My lady.

668
00:47:08,899 --> 00:47:10,149
What have you got there?

669
00:47:11,815 --> 00:47:13,149
It's called Heartsbane.

670
00:47:14,483 --> 00:47:16,565
It's my family sword.

671
00:47:16,649 --> 00:47:18,149
You still have a family.

672
00:47:19,399 --> 00:47:22,149
Yes. And I'd love
to defend them with it.

673
00:47:24,191 --> 00:47:26,358
But I can't really
hold it upright.

674
00:47:28,815 --> 00:47:32,107
Your father,
he taught me how to be a man.

675
00:47:33,607 --> 00:47:35,107
How to do what's right.

676
00:47:37,316 --> 00:47:38,607
This is right.

677
00:47:42,815 --> 00:47:44,982
It's Valyrian steel.

678
00:47:46,649 --> 00:47:48,565
I'd be honored
if you'd take it.

679
00:48:01,815 --> 00:48:03,524
I'll wield it in his memory...

680
00:48:07,899 --> 00:48:10,191
to guard the realms of men.

681
00:48:12,857 --> 00:48:15,066
I'll see you when it's through.

682
00:48:26,899 --> 00:48:28,774
I hope we win.

683
00:48:37,441 --> 00:48:40,399
- We'd better get some rest.
- No, let's stay a bit longer.
684
00:48:40,483 --> 00:48:41,690
We're out of wine.

685
00:48:48,066 --> 00:48:49,399
How about a song?

686
00:48:50,941 --> 00:48:52,607
One of you must know one.

687
00:48:53,524 --> 00:48:54,815
Ser Davos?

688
00:48:54,899 --> 00:48:57,399
You'll pray for a quick death.

689
00:49:00,441 --> 00:49:01,732
Ser Brienne?

690
00:49:07,732 --> 00:49:08,732
Mm-mm.

691
00:49:08,774 --> 00:49:10,274
Mmm...

692
00:51:12,358 --> 00:51:13,690
Who's that?

693
00:51:17,565 --> 00:51:18,899
Lyanna Stark.

694
00:51:27,107 --> 00:51:28,857
My brother Rhaegar...

695
00:51:31,982 --> 00:51:35,899
everyone told me
he was decent and kind.

696
00:51:35,982 --> 00:51:37,233
He liked to sing.

697
00:51:38,399 --> 00:51:40,524
Gave money to poor children.

698
00:51:43,358 --> 00:51:44,690
And he raped her.

699
00:51:46,233 --> 00:51:47,274
He didn't.

700
00:51:51,899 --> 00:51:52,899
He loved her.

701
00:51:59,441 --> 00:52:01,732
They were married in secret.

702
00:52:03,316 --> 00:52:05,024
After Rhaegar fell
on the Trident,

703
00:52:05,107 --> 00:52:06,107
she had a son.

704
00:52:08,149 --> 00:52:09,690
Robert would have murdered
the baby

705
00:52:09,774 --> 00:52:11,982
if he ever found out,
and Lyanna knew it.

706
00:52:13,732 --> 00:52:15,274
So the last thing she did...

707
00:52:16,774 --> 00:52:18,857
as she bled to death
on her birthing bed

708
00:52:18,941 --> 00:52:20,899
was give the boy
to her brother...

709
00:52:22,399 --> 00:52:23,774
Ned Stark...

710
00:52:25,607 --> 00:52:27,441
to raise as his bastard.

711
00:52:31,107 --> 00:52:32,316
My name...
712
00:52:34,732 --> 00:52:36,107
my real name...

713
00:52:39,483 --> 00:52:41,024
is Aegon Targaryen.

714
00:52:43,899 --> 00:52:46,024
- That's impossible.
- I wish it were.

715
00:52:47,774 --> 00:52:48,941
Who told you this?

716
00:52:50,024 --> 00:52:51,024
Bran.

717
00:52:52,149 --> 00:52:54,149
- He saw it.
- He saw it?

718
00:52:54,233 --> 00:52:56,815
And Samwell confirmed it.

719
00:52:56,899 --> 00:52:59,024
He read about their marriage
at the Citadel

720
00:52:59,107 --> 00:53:00,982
without even knowing
what it meant.

721
00:53:02,149 --> 00:53:04,857
A secret no one
in the world knew...

722
00:53:04,941 --> 00:53:08,024
except your brother
and your best friend.

723
00:53:09,316 --> 00:53:10,774
Doesn't seem strange to you?

724
00:53:13,483 --> 00:53:14,982
It's true, Dany.

725
00:53:16,649 --> 00:53:17,857
I know it is.

726
00:53:22,565 --> 00:53:24,607
If it were true,

727
00:53:24,690 --> 00:53:28,732
it would make you the last
male heir of House Targaryen.

728
00:53:33,857 --> 00:53:35,857
You'd have a claim
to the Iron Throne.

729
00:53:46,316 --> 00:53:47,399
Form up!

730
00:53:50,524 --> 00:53:52,483
Get yourselves back!

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