Game of Thrones: The Kingsroadmap - An interactive journey through seasons 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

Journey through each season of HBO's Game of Thrones with this interactive roadmap of Westeros and Essos.

Check back each week for breakdowns of each new episode of Season 5. Scroll through or skip to episodes below or even use your arrow keys to explore the map and see how the story unfolds

New episodes of Game of Thrones air Sunday night at 9pm on HBO®.

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and Essos as they battle for the Iron Throne!

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Beyond The Wall

Winter Is Coming

Season 1 - Episode 1

The Night's Watch encounters White Walkers. Two rangers are killed and one escapes, deserting his post.

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King's Landing

Winter Is Coming

Season 1 - Episode 1

The body of Jon Arryn, the deceased Hand of the King is prepared for funeral.

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Winterfell

Winter Is Coming

Season 1 - Episode 1

Bran climbs the walls of the castle and catches Queen Cersei and her brother in an incestuous relationship. Jamie shoves him out of the high tower window.

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Pentos

Winter Is Coming

Season 1 - Episode 1

Exiled Prince Viserys trades his sister's hand in marriage for the promise of an army that will help him invade Westeros. Daenerys and Khal Drogo are married and receive wedding gifts, including three petrified dragon eggs.

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Winterfell

The Kingsroad

Season 1 - Episode 2

A fire breaks out at the castle and an assassin tries to murder Bran, but his direwolf saves his life. Catelyn finds out that the Lannisters were involved in her son's fall and travels to King's Landing to warn her husband, Ned.

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The Wall

Lord Snow

Season 1 - Episode 3

The Wildlings are growing in number, and rumors that the White Walkers have returned are spreading.

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King's Landing

Lord Snow

Season 1 - Episode 3

Catelyn arrives to secretly warn her husband about the Lannisters.

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Vaes Dothrak

Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things

Season 1 - Episode 4

Viserys waits for the army Khal Drogo promised him. He and Daenerys get into a fight, but she stands up to him, threatening to cut his hands off if he hits her again.

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Winterfell

Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things

Season 1 - Episode 4

Tyrion gives a crippled Bran blueprints for a saddle that will allow him to ride again after being paralyzed from the waist down after his fall.

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The Inn at the Crossroads

Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things

Season 1 - Episode 4

Tyrion stops for the night and spots Catelyn Stark in disguise.

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The Vale

The Wolf and the Lion

Season 1 - Episode 5

Lady Catelyn Stark leads her prisoner Tyrion through the Mountains of the Moon to get to the Vale. A barbarian tribe attacks them and Tyrion saves Catelyn's life.

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The Eyrie

The Wolf and the Lion

Season 1 - Episode 5

Tyrion is held captive in the sky cell dungeon

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King's Landing

The Wolf and the Lion

Season 1 - Episode 5

Robert orders Daenerys and her unborn child to be assassinated. Ned and his guards are ambushed by Jaime Lannister after inquiring about Jon Arryn's death, and Ned's guards are killed after a brutal fight. Ned and Jaime duel and Ned is speared through the leg by one of Jaime's guards.

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King's Landing

The Golden Crown

Season 1 - Episode 6

Eddard learns Joffrey is not Robert's real son.

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Vaes Dothrak

The Golden Crown

Season 1 - Episode 6

Daenerys drops one of the dragon eggs in a glowing-hot fire and is mysteriously not burned when she picks up the blisteringly hot egg.

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Vaes Dothrak

The Golden Crown

Season 1 - Episode 6

Viserys gets drunk and draws his sword on his sister, threatening to cut out her child if her husband doesn't give him the army he promised to take back the Seven Kingdoms. Khal Drogo agrees to give him the "Golden Crown" - pouring molten gold over his head. He dies in agony. Daenerys: "He was no dragon. Fire cannot kill a dragon."

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Winterfell

You Win or You Die

Season 1 - Episode 7

We learn the Wildlings are fleeing south in order to escape from the White Walkers.

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King's Landing

You Win or You Die

Season 1 - Episode 7

Ned confronts Queen Cersei about her relationship with her brother and tells her to flee far away from the capital before he reveals the truth to her husband. Robert is mortally wounded by a boar and Ned rewrites his last will to ambiguously leave the throne to his "rightful heir." Cersei tears up Robert's will at Joffrey's coronation and a bloody altercation ends in Ned's capture.

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The North

The Pointy End

Season 1 - Episode 8

Robb marches South with his army and captures a Lannister scout. They let him go with a message to Tywin that the North is coming for him.

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The Wall

The Pointy End

Season 1 - Episode 8

Jon is attacked by an undead ranger. Jon drives his sword through his chest, but the ranger continues to fight. After cutting off his arm, Jon finally hurls his lantern at the ranger and destroys it by fire.

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The Village of Lhazareen

The Pointy End

Season 1 - Episode 8

Khal Drogo raids a village for supplies to invade the Seven Kingdoms. Daenerys stands up to her husband and orders the women be married to the raiders rather than enslaved.

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The Twins

Baelor

Season 1 - Episode 9

Robb's army captures Jaime Lannister. Jaime offers Robb a one-on-one duel but Robb refuses.

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The Village of Lhazareen

Baelor

Season 1 - Episode 9

Khal Drogo is weak from a chest wound and falls off his saddle. Ser Jorah Mormont warns Daenerys that if he dies, the tribe will kill her and her unborn child to make sure he is not the successor. Daenerys encourages Mirri to use blood magic (despite being warned that only death can pay for life) to save Drogo. Mirri slits Drogo's horse's throat and orders everyone to leave while she performs the spell. However, Daenerys goes into premature labor, and Mormont desperately carries her into the tent for help

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King's Landing

Baelor

Season 1 - Episode 9

A crowd forms at the Great Sept of Baelor to watch Ned judged before the gods. He offers a false confession but King Joffrey mercilessly beheads him.

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The Riverlands

Fire and Blood

Season 1 Finale - Episode 10

At the Stark army camp, Catelyn interrogates prisoner Jaime Lannister and he confesses to pushing Bran out of the tower window but refuses to explain why.

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The Village of Lhazareen

Fire and Blood

Season 1 Finale - Episode 10

Daenerys finds out her unborn son died in the spell that saved her husband's life. Mirri reveals she intentionally misled Daenerys to avenge the destruction of her village. Daenerys gives Drogo the mercy of death by smothering him with a pillow. She binds Mirri the witch to his pyre and steps into the fire herself with her three dragon eggs. The next morning, she emerges from the ashes with three dragon hatchlings in her hand.

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The Red Waste

The North Remembers

Season 2 - Episode 1

Daenerys, after the deaths of her husband and stillborn baby, travels across the desert with her newborn dragons and what's left of her Dothraki tribe.

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King's Landing

The North Remembers

Season 2 - Episode 1

Tyrion arrives as Hand of the King to Joffrey, taking over the duties from his father, Tywin Lannister.

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The Westerlands

The North Remembers

Season 2 - Episode 1

Robb Stark and his Northern Army continue to lead a winning campaign against the Lannister's, winning many key battles.

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Dragonstone

The Night Lands

Season 2 - Episode 2

Stannis Baratheon, oldest brother of deceased king Robert Bartheon, impregnates the fire priestess Melisandre. Stannis and his younger brother Renley, are locked in a battle for the Iron Throne after discovering Joffrey is not the true heir.

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The Kingsroad

The Night Lands

Season 2 - Episode 2

Arya Stark, having fled King's Landing after the execution of her father, and disguised as a boy, travels with a caravan toward the Wall.

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The Iron Islands

What Is Dead May Never Die

Season 2 - Episode 3

Theon Greyjoy arrives at Pyke, on the orders of Robb Stark, to convince his father, Lord of the Iron Islands, to join the Stark army.

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The Westerlands

Garden of Bones

Season 2 - Episode 4

Robb Stark wins another decisive battle against the Lannisters, further demoralizing their forces.

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Harrenhal

Garden of Bones

Season 2 - Episode 4

Arya Stark and the caravan reach the cursed city of Harrenhal, where she is saved from torture by none other than Tywin Lannister, the man seeking to defeat her brother's army. Tywin makes Arya his cupbearer after noticing she was a girl.

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The Stormlands

Garden of Bones

Season 2 - Episode 4

Pregnant priestess Melisandre gives birth to Stannis Baratheon' s "child" - a horrific shadow that disappears into thin air.

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The Stormlands

The Ghost of Harrenhal

Season 2 - Episode 5

The Shadow that Melisandre gave birth to murders Renley Baratheon, making it look like his guard, Lady Brienne, killed the would-be king. Brienne then flees with Catelyn Stark.

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Winterfell

The Old Gods and the New

Season 2 - Episode 6

After Theon Greyjoy betrayed Robb Stark and joined his father's forces, he sets up an attack to distract the guards at Winterfell, taking it for his own. As the self-proclaimed Lord of Winterfell, Theon executes long-standing Stark ally, Ser Rodrik.

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Beyond The Wall

The Old Gods and the New

Season 2 - Episode 6

Jon Snow, after getting separated from the rest of the Night's Watch, gets stranded Beyond the Wall with a Wildling woman, Ygritte.

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Qarth

The Old Gods and the New

Season 2 - Episode 6

Daenerys, having taken refuge in the Greatest City that Ever Was or Will Be, finds her entourage slain and her three dragons missing.

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Beyond The Wall

A Man Without Honor

Season 2 - Episode 7

Ygritte manages to slip away from Jon Snow, leading to his capture by the Wildlings.

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The Westerlands

A Man Without Honor

Season 2 - Episode 7

Jaime Lannister escapes from his capture at the Stark camp by murdering his cousin and cell mate, only to be recaptured. But, Catelyn Stark, desperate to trade Jaime for the safe return of her two daughters, lets Jaime go, infuriating Robb.

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Harrenhal

The Prince of Winterfell

Season 2 - Episode 8

Arya escapes Tywin Lannister with the help of the Faceless Man, Jaqen, in hopes of reuniting with her family, who still believe her to be with her sister in King's Landing.

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King's Landing

Blackwater

Season 2 - Episode 9

Stannis's army has arrived at King's Landing to overthrow the Lannisters. At the Battle of Blackwater, Tyrion outsmarts Stannis, but is almost killed in the battle on the orders of his sister, the Queen. Stannis's army is defeated for good once the calvary forces of Tywin Lannister join the battle.

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King's Landing

Valar Morghulis

Season 2 Finale - Episode 10

Tywin replaces his son Tyrion as the Hand of the King. Renley Baratheon's widow, Lady Margaery Tyrell, wants desperately to be queen, and takes the opportunity to ask King Joffrey to marry her. Joffrey ends his betrothel to Sansa and agrees to marry Margaery.

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The Westerlands

Valar Morghulis

Season 2 Finale - Episode 10

Robb Stark disregards his arranged marriage with Lord Frey's daughter and marries Lady Talisa, a nurse he met on the battlefield.

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Qarth

Valar Morghulis

Season 2 Finale - Episode 10

Daenerys is drawn to the House of the Undying to find her stolen dragons. She outsmarts the warlock Pyat Pree and has her dragons burn him to death. Now, free and reunited with her dragons, Daenerys pillages Qarth of its riches to buy a ship to take her back to claim the throne in Westeros.

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Beyond The Wall

Valar Morghulis

Season 2 Finale - Episode 10

Jon Snow joins the Wildlings, after proving his allegiance by "murdering" another member of the Night's Watch. An entire army of White Walkers marches from far Beyond the Wall toward the camp of the unsuspecting Night's Watch, and beyond that, Westeros.

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Beyond The Wall

Valar Dohaeries

Season 3 - Episode 1

Jon Snow's direwolf saves the life of Sam Tarly, who rejoins the Night's Watch members as they head back to the Wall to warn every one of the White Walkers marching army.

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King's Landing

Valar Dohaeries

Season 3 - Episode 1

Tyrion Lannister, recovered from his injury at the Battle of Blackwater, has lost his position as Hand of the King to his father, and is vehemently denied his request to take the house seat at Casterly Rock.

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King's Landing

Valar Dohaeries

Season 3 - Episode 1

The rich fiance of King Joffrey, Margaery Tyrell, is embraced by the people, and reminds Cersei whose money is paying for the recent influx of supplies to the city.

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Beyond The Wall

Valar Dohaeries

Season 3 - Episode 1

Jon Snow meets Mance Rayder, the infamous King Beyond the Wall.

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Astapor

Valar Dohaeries

Season 3 - Episode 1

Daenerys Targaryen arrives in Astapor, a slaver city, and encounters another assassination attempt on her life, only to be saved by Barristan "The Bold" Selmy.

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Kingsroad

Dark Wings, Dark Words

Season 3 - Episode 2

Bran continues to have dreams of a three-eyed raven. He meets Jojen Reed, who can see the future. Jojen tells Bran he is a warg – someone that can communicate with animals.

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Beyond The Wall

Dark Wings, Dark Words

Season 3 - Episode 2

Jon Snow meets an actual warg, like his half-brother Bran, and continues to get in good with Mance Rayder, the King North of the Wall.

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Harrenhal

Dark Wings, Dark Words

Season 3 - Episode 2

Catelyn Stark gets word that her father, Lord Tully of Riverrun, has died. Robb's army will now march north for the funeral. Catelyn also expresses her guilt over the dark cloud on the Stark family, feeing responsible since she prayed for Jon Snow to die when he was just an infant.

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Kingsroad

Dark Wings, Dark Words

Season 3 - Episode 2

Arya Stark, still on the road after escaping Harrenhal, encounters Thoros of Myr and the Brotherhood without Banners. The Brotherhood take them to their hideout where Arya finds one of their other prisoners – the Hound. The Hound is the first one in a long time to recognize Arya for who she really is.

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King's Landing

Dark Wings, Dark Words

Season 3 - Episode 2

Sansa meets the grandmother behind the cunning Margaery Tyrell - the Queen of Thornes, Olenna Tyrell. At their meeting, Sansa gives the Tyrell women what they want - information about Joffrey. "He's a monster," Sansa tells them.

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Kingsroad

Dark Wings, Dark Words

Season 3 - Episode 2

Jaime Lannister finally gets his hands on one of Brienne of Tarth's swords, and even in shackles he puts up a valiant fight. Before the swordfight ends, they are captured by House Bolden, bannermen loyal to Robb Stark.

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At the Dreadfort

Dark Wings, Dark Words

Season 3 - Episode 2

Theon Greyjoy, after unsuccessfully reinforcing his tenure as Lord of Winterfell, is tortured – including getting his fingernails ripped out.

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King's Landing

Walk of Punishment

Season 3 - Episode 3

After previously handing Tyrion a verbal smackdown when asking for the seat at Casterly Rock, Tywin Lannister shocks the realm by appointing Tyrion Master of the Coin.

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Riverrun

Walk of Punishment

Season 3 - Episode 3

Robb Stark, despite his numerous battle victories, meets with strategists to plan their next attack – but Robb knows that no number of victories will help him as long as Tywin Lannister is still alive.

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Beyond The Wall

Walk of Punishment

Season 3 - Episode 3

What members of the Night's Watch remain double back to the Wall, stopping once again at Craster's Keep. There, they find Craster has become even more unstable - and also find one of Craster's many wives in labor.

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Astapor

Walk of Punishment

Season 3 - Episode 3

Danerys, desperate for an army, makes the leader of the slave army an offer she hopes he can't refuse - one of her dragons.

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Kingsroad

Walk of Punishment

Season 3 - Episode 3

While captives of the Brave Companion, Brienne is attacked with the presumption that she will be raped by her and Jaime Lannister's captors. After hearing her desperate screams, Jaime tells the leader of the Brave Companion of Brienne's wealthy lineage. He stops the attack once he knows he might have more at his hands than he thought.

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Kingsroad

Walk of Punishment

Season 3 - Episode 3

Jaime continues to bargain with the Brave Companion's leader, offering him wealth and power. In the end, the Kingslayer's words, unlike his brother Tyrion's, get him nowhere. Instead, his words cost him his hand.

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Kingsroad

And Now His Watch is Ended

Season 3 - Episode 4

Knowing that Jaime Lannister is worth far more alive than dead doesn't stop his captors from beating him while the Kingslayer wears his severed arm around his neck. When Jaime whines and wants to give up, Brienne reminds him that the silver spoon has fallen from his mouth, and this is the real world – a world where you have to fight for the things that are important to you.

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At the Dreadfort

And Now His Watch is Ended

Season 3 - Episode 4

Theon Greyjoy is on the move after escaping and being rescued by an unknown friend, who says his sister is waiting for him with open arms. Instead he is once more delivered into the hands of vicious torturers.

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King's Landing

And Now His Watch is Ended

Season 3 - Episode 4

Varys, with the help of Ros, deduces that Littlefinger plans to take Sansa Stark with him to the Eyrie as a power play to secure an army in case Sansa's brother Robb falls. In an attempt to undermine him, Varys and Olenna, Queen of Thornes, step in knowing which move to play – have Sansa marry Loras Tyrell.

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Craster's Keep

And Now His Watch is Ended

Season 3 - Episode 4

The Night's Watch is still holed up at Craster's waiting for their wounded to heal. Tired of Craster's condescension and their own starvation, a Crow kills Craster, starting a fight that ends in the death of many – including the Lord Commander. It gives Sam the opportunity to run away with Gilly and her newborn son.

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Astapor

And Now His Watch is Ended

Season 3 - Episode 4

Daenerys, having bought herself an army in exchange for one of her dragons, inspects her 8,000 soldiers. Speaking Valyrian, Dany instructs her newly acquired army to slay their former masters and free all the salves in the city. Her dragon burns the city, and the soldiers agree in unison to fight for her as free men as they march from Astapor.

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Kingsroad

Kissed by Fire

Season 3 - Episode 5

Turns out the Brotherhood Without Banners serve the Lord of Light, just like Melisandre. The Hound and Arya see firsthand what the Lord of Light is capable of – bringing back Beric Dondarrion to life after The Hound seemingly kills him in a trial by combat.

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Beyond The Wall

Kissed by Fire

Season 3 - Episode 5

Jon Snow continues to try and shed his Crow reputation. Ygritte assists him – by taking him to a cave and helping him break his Night's Watch vow of celibacy.

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Dragonstone

Kissed by Fire

Season 3 - Episode 5

Stannis visits his disturbed wife, who keeps their three fetal sons preserved in large jars. His guilt is erased when she tells him she knows about his affair with Melisandre, and couldn't be happier that the fire priestess gave him a son, since she never could.

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Harrenhal

Kissed by Fire

Season 3 - Episode 5

Jaime Lannister has his arm tended to, and joins Brienne in the large bathing bath. Initially mortified, Brienne stands up to Jaime, which prompts him to apologize, ask for a truce and tell her the story of how he became he Kingslayer.

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Harrenhal

Kissed by Fire

Season 3 - Episode 5

Jaime explains that as a member of the King's Guard, he was asked by the merciless Mad King to murder his own father after Tywin Lannister abandoned the Targaryen's and joined Robert Baratheon's forces. He chose to save the life of his father and prevent the Mad King from burning the city's people alive, only to be seen by Ned Stark – which initiated Ned's dislike for Jaime.

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King's Landing

Kissed by Fire

Season 3 - Episode 5

Tywin Lannister believes the two young Stark sons are dead, and that Sansa is the heir to Winterfell. In an effort to prevent the Tyrells from landing Sansa as a member of their family, Tywin orders Tryion to wed her before she can be married off to Loras Tyrell. However, that doesn't mean that Loras Tyrell won't have a new wife soon. Tywin then tells the smug Queen Regent, Cersei, that she will wed him instead.

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Riverrun

Kissed by Fire

Season 3 - Episode 5

Robb Stark beheads Lord Karstark after he and his mean murdered two Lannister boys in cold blood. When Karstark lost his head, Robb Stark lost half his forces. He tells his wife Talisa he now knows the only person that can help him is Walden Frey – the father of the woman he had promised to marry.

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Kingsroad

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

Bran Stark and co. are slowly but surely making progress North. A squabble between Osha and Meere Reed erupts but is squashed when Jojen Reed experiences a vision- an experience that results in a seizure.

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The Wall

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

Jon Snow, Ygritte and a group of Wildlings prepare to climb the 700 feet of solid ice that makes up the Wall. She acknowledges to him privately that she knows he isn't ready to betray the Night's Watch. She doesn't mind - as long as he never betrays her.

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At the Dreadfort

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

Theon's mysterious torturer continues to play games with Lord Greyjoy. He tells Theon a mix of lies and truths, the only one of which Theon can believe is that, "If you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention."

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Kingsroad

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

Melisandre has gotten word that Thoros has brought Beric back to life six times under the power of the Lord of Light. She meets up with the Brotherhood without Banners empty handed, but leaves with Gendry (Robert Baratheon's illegitimate son).

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Harrenhal

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

The unlikely friendship between Brienne of Tarth and Jaime Lannister might be coming to an end, as Sir Roose Bolton tells Jaime he is allowed to return to King's Landing -without Brienne. Instead, she will be kept and tried for treason.

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King's Landing

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

Tywin Lannister meets with Olenna Tyrell to come to terms on his marriage demands (to take Sansa away from Loras's marriage bed and put Cersei there, and match Sansa with Tyrion). Olenna agrees to the matches - but only after Tywin threatens to assign Loras to the King's Guard, where he will have no children and no way to carry on the Tyrell name.

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King's Landing

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

Littlefinger reveals to Varys that he knows Ros was feeding him information - the punishment for Littlefinger's former prostitute and right hand? Death by three arrows strategically shot at her courtesy of King Joffrey and his crossbow.

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The Wall

The Climb

Season 3 - Episode 6

Jon Snow and Ygritte are nearly sacrificed scaling the Wall after a downfall of ice disrupts their climbing party. They manage to survive the setback and make it to the top of the Wall with what is left of their Wildling party.

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Kingsroad

The Bear and the Maiden Fair

Season 3 - Episode 7

Robb Stark and his men are making their way toward Walden Frey and the Twins for the arranged wedding between Frey's daughter and Robb's uncle, Edmure Tully. During a rain delay, Talisa tells her husband Robb that while he carries the Northern army, she carries his child.

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Kingsroad

The Bear and the Maiden Fair

Season 3 - Episode 7

After giving up Gendry to Melisandre for some gold, the Brotherhood Without Banners plan to travel to Riverrun, where they intend to hand Arya over to her family for ransom. Arya takes her fate into her own hands and escapes - even after accidentally running into the Hound.

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King's Landing

The Bear and the Maiden Fair

Season 3 - Episode 7

Gendry and Melisandre travel back to Storm's End, a stone's throw from the one place Gendry was trying to escape - King's Landing. It's here that Gendry learns that his father was none other than King Robert Baratheon.

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Yunkai

The Bear and the Maiden Fair

Season 3 - Episode 7

Daenerys arrives at the Yellow City. She meets with Razdal mo Eraz to negotiate peace – which to her means Eraz setting free his 200,000 slaves. He warns Dany that many armies have tried to take his fortified city. "Good, my Unsullied need practice," she asserts.

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Harrenhal

The Bear and the Maiden Fair

Season 3 - Episode 7

Roose Bolton orders his men to take Jaime back to King's Landing (as long as he releases the Stark girls when he gets there), but unexpectedly races back to Harrnehal when he hears that Brienne is in dire, maybe deathly, trouble.

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Harrenhal

The Bear and the Maiden Fair

Season 3 - Episode 7

Jaime arrives to find Brienne armed with only a wooden sword facing off against a bear for the enjoyment of the Brave Companions. Jaime, armed with nothing and with only one hand, jumps into the arena and helps hoist Brienne out. Jaime convinces his escort to let him and Brienne both go to King's Landing, otherwise face the wrath of disobeying Lord Bolton's orders.

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Kingsroad

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

Arya attempts to smash the Hound's head with a rock while he sleeps. He tells her she can try, but if she fails, he will break her hands. With that behind them, the duo make their way to the Twins, where the Hound intends to sell Arya back to her family – so long as she stops trying to immaturely kill him along the way.

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Yunkai

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

Daenerys meets with the three leaders of the Second Sons, an army of 2,000 soldiers. She gives their vugar leader, Mero, two days to decide whether to join forces with her, or go to battle with her army of 8,000 Unsullied.

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King's Landing

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

Cersei's tolerance for Margeary is running low – especially when Margaery calls Cersei her sister. The Queen assures her that if she ever calls her that again, she will have her strangled in her sleep. For the first time, Margaery seems rattled.

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Storm's End

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

Melisandre lures Gendry into bed where she then ties him up and puts leeches on his chest. She reminds him that he has the blood of Kings running through him – and she wants the blood.

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King's Landing

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

Sansa and Tyrion grudgingly wed. Joffrey walks Sansa down the aisle, and reinforces her fear of him by telling her he may just pay her a late night visit and have his way with her – even if it means holding her down while it happens.

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Yunkai

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

Mero decides the best way to deal with Dany is to kill her, and Daario Naharis, one of the three leaders, is chosen to do it. He shows up at Dany's camp while she is bathing, and just when it looks like he is about to kill her, he dumps Mero's head on the ground. They join forces, making Dany's army 10,000 strong.

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King's Landing

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

At the wedding reception, Tyrion drinks his weight in wine and threatens Joffrey after the Boy King insists on having a bedding ceremony for the reluctant newlyweds. Tyrion can't consummate his marriage to Sansa – and won't until she is ready.

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Beyond The Wall

Second Sons

Season 3 - Episode 8

Samwell, Gilly and her baby stop for the night on their way to the Wall. While they discuss possible baby names, crows begin to crowd their campsite to the point of distraction. Samwell investigates only to find a White Walker on the hunt for Gilly's baby. Sam kills the White Walker with the arrowhead he carries with him – and the crows disappear.

[Image: The Twins]
The Twins

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Walder Frey and his extensive family welcome the Starks to the Twins, although his welcome feels more like a forewarning – like Frey might still be harboring ill feelings toward Robb, even though Frey is abiding by the sacred laws of hospitality.

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Yunkai

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Dany puts her trust in Daario, who leads Jorah and Grey Worm (the captain of the Unsullied) through the back gates of the city in hopes of taking it as her own. Despite hesitations from Jorah, Daario proves his allegiance to his Queen (through fighting and not betraying Jorah and Grey Worm) – they return and he tells her the city has been won.

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Kingsroad

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Arya and the Hound have also made it to the Twins, where Arya's mother, brother and sister-in-law are preparing for the wedding between one of Walder Frey's daughters (who are notoriously unattractive) and Edmure Tully. Arya stares longingly and anxiously at the Twins while she and the Hound rest – the Hound tells her to relax – it's not like her family is going anywhere.

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South of the Wall

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Jon Snow and the Wildlings, recovered from their climb over the Wall, are making progress south. First up, the Wildlings plan to ambush and kill an old man who breeds horses for the Night's Watch.

[Image: The Twins]
The Twins

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Walder Frey presents Edmure Tully with his bride – who to the surprise of everyone – is a young, beautiful girl. Frey gives Robb, the would-be groom, a sly smile.

[Image: The Wall]
South of the Wall

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Bran and co. take shelter in an abandoned tower during a storm. While inside, the Wildlings arrive outside in pursuit of the horse breeder. Hodor, the gentle giant of Bran's crew, becomes frightened during the storm and begins to shout – alerting the Wildlings to their presence. Bran is able to possess him and calm him down – something Jojen Reed tells him no Warg, and no other man, is capable of doing.

[Image: The Twins]
The Twins

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

The wedding reception has begun, and the bride and groom look to be in marital bliss – much like Robb and his pregnant wife Talisa. She tells Robb that she has the perfect name for their baby if it is a son – little Ned Stark.

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The Twins

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Catelynn Stark notices that the music in the reception hall has changed to The Rains of Castemere, and the doors to the reception hall are shut. She turns to Lord Bolton, and realizes he is wearing chainmail.

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South of the Wall

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

The Wildings, outside of Bran's tower, have cornered the horse breeder. Still unsure of Jon Snow's allegiance, the Wildlings make him kill the old man. When Jon hesitates, a fight breaks out. Jon kills most of the wildlings (Bran helps by unknowingly possessing Jon's direwolf), and takes off on horseback – leaving Ygritte behind.

[Image: The Twins]
The Twins

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

One of Frey's men comes up behind Talisa and repeatedly stabs her swollen belly. His men rain down arrows on Robb Stark and his officers. Catelynn and Robb are barely alive, but Catelynn manages to grab Frey's wife and hold a knife to her throat. She tells Frey to let Robb go or his wife will have her throat slit.

[Image: The Twins]
The Twins

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Frey assures Catelynn he can find another wife. Lord Bolton then stabs Robb Stark while telling him "the Lannisters send their regards." Catelynn's throat is slit, and the King in the North, his wife and unborn child, are now dead.

[Image: The Twins]
The Twins

The Rains of Castamere

Season 3 - Episode 9

Arya witnesses Frey's men killing her brother's direwolf. Before she can rush into the castle to see what has happened to her family, the Hound comes to take her away.

[Image: The Twins]
The Twins

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

The King in the North is dead - but Arya Stark manages to escape her family's murderers with the Hound. Before they can get out of town she sees Robb's body being paraded around - except his head has been replaced by that of his direwolf.

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At the Dreadfort

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

It turns out Theon Greyjoy has been at the mercy of Ramsay Bolton, the bastard son of Roose Bolton - the man who just helped Walder Frey murder Robb and Catelynn Stark. Ramsay has an unusual taste for torture, and sends Theon's father, Lord Balon Greyjoy what appears to be a dismembered part of Theon - "Theon's favorite toy."

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The Iron Islands

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

Yara, Theon's sister, tries to convince her father to send a rescue team to save Theon. Her words fall on deaf ears, as Lord Greyjoy asserts that Theon isn't a man anymore. Despite her father's words, Yara assembles a team of her own to save her brother.

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King's Landing

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

During a small council meeting, Tywin Lannister continues to assert that he, not Joffrey or Cersei or Tyrion, has sole control. Tywin holds Tyrion after the meeting to tell him what Tyrion already knows - he needs to have a son with Sansa. In the meantime, Roose Bolton will be named Warden of the North. Tywin tells Tyrion he behaves the way he does because he makes sacrifices for his family. In Tywin's mind, one of those sacrifices was resisting the urge to drown his imp son when he was born.

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Kingsroad

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

Arya and the Hound are now on the move, and stumble across some Frey bannermen around a fire. One is bragging about how he sewed the wolf's head onto Robb's body. Arya responds by sticking him full of holes with a knife she took from the Hound. Her rage at the murders of her family is evident - the Hound simply tells her to let him know the next time she plans on killing a man.

[Image: The Wall]
At the Nightfort

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

Bran, Hodor, Meera and Jojen take shelter for the night and have some unlikely company - Sam and Gilly, making their way to Castle Black. Sam recognizes Bran as Jon Snow's younger brother, but can't convince Bran to abandon his plan to head north of the Wall. Instead, Sam sends the group on their way north with dragon glass - the weapon he used to kill a White Walker.

[Image: The Wall]
Castle Black

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

Jon Snow, having escaped his fight with the Wildlings, stops for water—but is found by Ygritte. He tells her he knows she won't hurt him, to which she replys "You know nothing Jon Snow." She fills him with three arrows from her bow. He barely makes it alive to Castle Black.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

After being separated since the first season, Cersei and Jaime are reunited - but how will Cersei adjust to her one-handed lover? And what does this mean for Brienne?

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Dragonstone

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

Lord Davos has learned to read with the help of Stannis's daughter. He reads a letter from Castle Black - and immediately shows Stannis. The Night's Watch needs help, and Stannis's army is on its way north to do just that - but not before Davos releases Gendry, knowing that Melisandre intends to use him as a human sacrifice.

[Image: Yunkai]
Yunkai

Mhysa

Season 3 Finale - Episode 10

Daenerys has proved she is a force to be reckoned with - but has also proven that she is a leader that can be loved. The slaves of Yunkai embrace her, lift her up, and chant "mhysa," which means "mother." It looks like the Mother of Dragons has found even more soldiers to add to her growing family - and add to her effort to win back the Iron Throne.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Two Swords

Season 4 - Episode 1

Tywin Lannister melts down the Stark family's ancestral sword, Ice, and has it reforged into two new swords. One of these swords is given to his son, Jaime, who refuses to retire to Casterly Rock despite his father's wishes.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Two Swords

Season 4 - Episode 1

Tyrion Lannister, Podrick and Bronn learn that Prince Oberyn Martell has arrived to claim a seat on the small council on behalf of his brother…while seeking vengeance on the Mountain for the murder of his sister.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Two Swords

Season 4 - Episode 1

Sansa Stark, devastated by the murder of her brother, seeks comfort at the godswood where she is encountered by Dontos Hollard. Dontos, knight-turned-fool, gives Sansa his family necklace in gratitude for saving his life on Joffrey's name-day celebration.

[Image: Beyond The Wall]
Beyond The Wall

Two Swords

Season 4 - Episode 1

Ygritte and Tormund plan their next move when they are joined by Styr and his wildling cannibals.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

Two Swords

Season 4 - Episode 1

At Castle Black, Jon Snow is put on trial before Ser Alliser Thorne, Janos Slynt and Maester Aemon Targaryen. Jon admits to killing Qhorin Halfhand and "consorting" with Ygritte – all in service of revealing the wildlings' plans. Jon is pardoned despite his actions.

[Image: Across the Narrow Sea]
Across the Narrow Sea

Two Swords

Season 4 - Episode 1

Daenerys Targaryen struggles to control her dragons and grant freedom to those that are enslaved. On the road to Meereen, she discovers that slaves are being nailed to every mile marker leading up to the city.

[Image: The Riverlands]
The Riverlands

Two Swords

Season 4 - Episode 1

Sandor Clegane – The Hound – and Arya Stark enter an inn where they are set upon by a small detachment of The Mountain's men. Wresting the stolen sword "Needle" from one of the men, Arya and The Hound set out on horseback.

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At the Dreadfort

The Lion and the Rose

Season 4 - Episode 2

Roose Bolton sets a plan in motion to eliminate the remaining Stark children. He dispatches Locke to eliminate Bran and Rickon while Ramsay and Reek (formerly Theon Greyjoy) are ordered to capture Moat Cailin.

[Image: Beyond The Wall]
Beyond The Wall

The Lion and the Rose

Season 4 - Episode 2

Bran, Hodor, Jojen and Meera continue on their journey. Tapping into his powers, Bran has a vision of a three-eyed Raven, the specter of his father and a sight of dragons flying over King's Landing. From this, Bran reveals that he knows where the group must go next.

[Image: Dragonstone]
Dragonstone

The Lion and the Rose

Season 4 - Episode 2

Stannis Baratheon complies with the wishes of his consort, Melisandre, and allows several loyal subjects to be burned as tribute to the Lord of Light. Stannis's devotion to Melisandre and her calling are put to question by his own daughter Shireen who, despite being so young, is suspicious of Melisandre.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Winter Is Coming

Season 4 - Episode 2

Tyrion arranges secret sword training for his brother Jaime, enlisting the aid of Bronn.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The Lion and the Rose

Season 4 - Episode 2

After the wedding of King Joffrey Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell, gifts and praise are dispensed. Tywin presents Joffrey with the second sword forged from the melted remains of Ice. During the proceedings, Joffrey seeks to humiliate his uncle Tyrion by enlisting him as cupbearer. Upon drinking from the goblet handed off by Tyrion, Joffrey experiences a fatal reaction and dies on the spot. Tyrion stands accused.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Breaker of Chains

Season 4 - Episode 3

Dontos and Sansa flee the city after the murder of Joffrey. Sansa is taken to Petyr Baelish, the man responsible for the conspiracy against Joffrey's life. Revealing the necklace to be part of the ruse, Baelish executes Dontos for his part in the regicide.

[Image: Beyond The Wall]
Beyond The Wall

Breaker of Chains

Season 4 - Episode 3

The wildlings attack a small village with the help of Ygritte. Amidst the battle, a small boy named Olly is taken captive after his parents are murdered. Styr releases the boy to deliver a warning to Castle Black in hopes of drawing the Night's Watch out into the open.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

Breaker of Chains

Season 4 - Episode 3

Daenerys arrives outside the walls of Meereen where her army is met by the city's champion. Daario slays the champion handily on her behalf. She then orders her catapults to bombard the city, flinging barrels full of broken slave collars onto the streets of Meereen.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Oathkeeper

Season 4 - Episode 4

Jaime Lannister believes in his brother's innocence. However, he is unable to convince his sister Cersei of the same. Fearing for Sansa's life, which is now in danger, he dispatches Podrick and Brienne. He also gives Brienne new armor and his own Valyrian steel sword – Oathkeeper.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

Oathkeeper

Season 4 - Episode 4

Janos Slynt moves to have Jon Snow meet his end at the edge of a sword by advising Ser Alliser Thorne to send young Snow on an expedition to Craster's Keep. Jon volunteers, instead, along with Edd, Grenn and a new recruit…Locke.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

Oathkeeper

Season 4 - Episode 4

Daenerys dispatches Grey Worm and other Unsullied to infiltrate Meereen and arm the slaves with weaponry. A slave rebellion is incited and the city falls to Daenerys. In retribution for past cruelty, she orders the crucifixion of 163 of the surviving masters.

[Image: Beyond The Wall]
Beyond The Wall

Oathkeeper

Season 4 - Episode 4

Bran and his companions follow the sound of a crying baby. They discover Craster's Keep under the control of Karl and the other Night's Watch traitors. Unable to intervene in the child sacrifice, Bran and his group are taken captive by the traitors.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

First of His Name

Season 4 - Episode 5

Tommen Baratheon is crowned king and is to marry Margaery in a fortnight. Tywin puts together plans for the marriage between Cersei and Loras Tyrell. However, concerns over the reigning debt owed to the Iron Bank of Braavos are never far from Tywin's mind. The Lannister-Tyrell union is meant to rectify this.

[Image: The Eyrie]
The Eyrie

First of His Name

Season 4 - Episode 5

Lord Petyr Baelish and Sansa Stark arrive in the Vale of Arryn. Lady Lysa Arryn receives them and expresses her desire to marry Petyr…especially after all that she has done for him. These include poisoning her husband, Lord Jon Arryn, and implicating the Lannisters in the act.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

First of His Name

Season 4 - Episode 5

The towns of Astapor and Yunkai have fallen back into their old ways of slavery. Daenerys will not allow this to go unanswered and swears that she will rule Slaver's Bay.

[Image: Beyond The Wall]
Beyond The Wall

First of His Name

Season 4 - Episode 5

Jon and his group attack Craster's keep. Locke slips away to kill Bran and his friends who have been taken captive. In the confusion, Bran uses his warg abilities and possesses Hodor. Using Hodor's strength, he kills Locke. Meanwhile, Jon and Karl fight to the death. With the help of one of Craster's widows, Jon is able to defeat Karl.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

The Laws of Gods and Men

Season 4 - Episode 6

Heavy weighs the crown for Daenerys as she must repair the damages done by her renegade dragon. She also must deal with the destructive aftermath brought on by the insurrections she has caused.

[Image: At the Dreadfort]
At the Dreadfort

The Laws of Gods and Men

Season 4 - Episode 6

Yara Greyjoy and her men attempt to kill Ramsay and rescue Reek (formerly Theon). Reek, however, refuses to escape with Yara and she must come to grips with the reality that her brother is truly dead. In reward for his loyalty, Ramsay gives Reek a new mission…where he must play the role of a man he no longer is: Theon Greyjoy.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The Laws of Gods and Men

Season 4 - Episode 6

Jaime Lannister bargains for Tyrion's life by offering to return to Casterly Rock as was previously asked. Tywin agrees to let Tyrion be spared to join the Night's Watch…if he admits to being guilty. Tyrion refuses and, during his trial, lashes out against the people before demanding trial by combat to decide his fate.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

Mockingbird

Season 4 - Episode 7

Tyrion's fate will be decided through a battle of champions. Cersei chooses The Mountain – Ser Gregor Clegane – to be hers. Prince Oberyn Martell steps up to fight on behalf of Tyrion…and get revenge for his sister.

[Image: Vale]
The Kingsroad

Mockingbord

Season 4 - Episode 7

After speaking with a boy – Hot Pie – who knew Arya, Brienne and Podrick set out for the Vale where they hope to find Arya.

[Image: The Riverlands]
The Riverlands

Mockingbird

Season 4 - Episode 7

Arya and The Hound are attacked by a group of criminals who were once destined for the Night's Watch. After the fight, the Hound is wounded and Arya must stitch him up.

[Image: The Eyrie]
The Eyrie

Mockingbird

Season 4 - Episode 7

Jealous of the obvious affections Petyr Baelish has for Sansa, Lysa tries to kill Sansa using the Moon Door. Petyr arrives and talks her out of this. However, once Sansa is safe, Petyr shoves Lysa through the Moon Door and to her death.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

The Mountain and the Viper

Season 4 - Episode 8

Mole's Town, where Sam hid Gilly and her child, is attacked by Styr and the rest of the wildlings. Ygritte notices Gilly has a child and hides her from the marauders. With the destruction of Mole's Town, the Night's Watch must prepare for the inevitable assault.

[Image: Moat Cailin]
Moat Cailin

The Mountain and the Viper

Season 4 - Episode 8

Reek, masquerading as his former self, enters Moat Cailin as Theon Greyjoy. He offers terms of surrender to the Ironborn that are holed up in the area. After much deliberation, he is able to secure their surrender and eventual slaughter. In recognition for his work, Ramsay is legitimized by his father, Lord Roose Bolton.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

The Mountain and the Viper

Season 4 - Episode 8

Ser Jorah, a close confidant to Daenerys, is found to be spying for King's Landing. Daenerys exiles Jorah from Meereen.

[Image: The Eyrie]
The Eyrie

The Mountain and the Viper

Season 4 - Episode 8

Petyr Baelish is questioned about the murder of Lysa. Petyr claims it was a suicide and Sansa backs him up. Meanwhile, The Hound and Arya arrive only to learn that Lysa is dead and they will find no assistance in the Vale.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The Mountain and the Viper

Season 4 - Episode 8

Prince Oberyn fights The Mountain for the life of Tyrion. When it seems like Oberyn's superior skill and agility have won the day, he makes a foolish error in judgment and pays dearly. The Mountain crushes Oberyn's skull and Tyrion is sentenced for regicide.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

The Watchers on the Wall

Season 4 - Episode 9

The wildlings attack Castle Black with more than just men – giants and their wooly mammoths are also brought to the battle. Ser Alliser takes command but is wounded in the battle. In the chaos, Jon fights with Styr and arises victorious. Ygritte, however, has him dead to rights with her bow and is about to finish what she started when she is shot by none other than Olly – the boy that was spared. The rest of the wildlings are driven off.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

The Children

Season 4 Finale - Episode 10

Drogon, one of Daenerys's dragons, has run rampant, killing livestock and, now, people. Unable to secure Drogon, she reluctantly chains her other two dragons in the catacombs where they can do no harm.

[Image: Beyond The Wall]
Beyond The Wall

The Children

Season 4 Finale - Episode 10

Stannis Baratheon, having secured necessary funds from the Iron Bank of Braavos, arrives to help overrun the wildling encampment. Jon Snow is there to help facilitate Mance Rayder's surrender to Stannis.

[Image: Beyond The Wall]
Beyond The Wall

The Children

Season 4 Finale - Episode 10

Bran Stark and his companions journey to a large Heart Tree. However Jojen is killed by a group of undead. Bran, Hodor and Meera are saved by a Child of the Forest and escorted to a cave beneath the Heart Tree.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The Children

Season 4 Finale - Episode 10

Tyrion Lannister escapes the dungeon with the help of his brother, Jaime. Instead of using this opportunity to flee, Tyrion seeks out his father and shoots him with a crossbow after strangling Shae. Varys then helps smuggle Tyrion to Essos.

[Image: Westerlands]
The Vale

The Children

Season 4 Finale - Episode 10

Brienne and Podrick catch up with Arya and The Hound, but the encounter turns hostile when loyalties are called into question. After a legendary brawl, Brienne gains the upper hand and shoves The Hound off a cliff. Arya emerges after the fight and finds The Hound. She refuses The Hound's request for a quick death; instead robbing him. Evading Brienne and Podrick, Arya uses the coin given to her by Jaqen H'ghar to secure passage to Braavos.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The Wars to Come

Season 5 - Episode 1

Cersei and Jaime Lannister pay their respects to Tywin. Cersei confronts her brother for freeing Tyrion and accidentally killing their father.

[Image: Pentos]
Pentos

The Wars to Come

Season 5 - Episode 1

Tyrion Lannister and Varys arrive in Pentos. Varys reveals that he had been working in secret with Illyrio Mopatis to eventually restore Daenerys Targaryen to the Iron Throne.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

The Wars to Come

Season 5, Episode 1

A group of Unsullied remove the garish gold harpy from the top of the Great Pyramid of Meereen. Later, one of the Unsullied is murdered in a brothel by a member of the Sons of the Harpy – a resistance group operating in Meereen. Daenerys orders that the murdered soldier be buried in the Temple of the Graces in retaliation.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

The Wars to Come

Season 5 - Episode 1

Jon Snow is training young Olly in the ways of the sword when he is summoned by Melisandre and brought before Stannis Baratheon. Stannis intends to conscript the remaining wildlings in his campaign to seize the Iron Throne, but he will need the wildling leader Mance Rayder to bend the knee. He asks Jon to make that happen.

[Image: Vale]
The Vale

The Wars to Come

Season 5 - Episode 1

The little Lord Robyn Arryn is left in Lord Yohn Royce's hands, but no one is optimistic that the boy will improve as a ward. Lord Petyr Baelish and Sansa Stark soon leave the Vale, but Petyr lies to Lord Royce about their destination.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The Wars to Come

Season 5 - Episode 1

Cousin Lancel Lannister resurfaces to Cersei and reveals that he has found religion with the Sparrows, a cult. He also reveals the part he played in drugging Robert Baratheon's wine, which got the King gored by a boar. Cersei denies any knowledge of the matter.

[Image: Pentos]
Pentos

The Wars to Come

Season 5 - Episode 1

Varys convinces Tyrion to make something out of his newfound freedom and accompany him to Meereen to meet Daenerys.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

The Wars to Come

Season 5, Episode 1

Hizdahr zo Loraq returns from a diplomatic mission in Yunkai with news that the Wise Masters will cede power to a joint council of former slaves and former masters. Of course, this is in exchange for the reopening of the fighting pits, which Daenerys vehemently opposes. Daario Naharis changes her mind about the pits saying that he achieved his skill and worth in just such an arena. Later, Daenerys attempts to commune with her two chained dragons but they respond with anger and attempt to kill her.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

The Wars to Come

Season 5 - Episode 1

Jon is unable to convince Mance to bend the knee to Stannis. Since Mance will not sacrifice the lives of his people for a foreign war, he is sentenced to burn alive. Melisandre lights the pyre, but Mance's suffering is fleeting – cut short by an arrow loosed by Jon.

[Image: Braavos]
Braavos

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Arya Stark arrives in Braavos and is taken to the House of Black and White. She presents the doorman with the coin given to her by Jaqen H'ghar, but is turned away.

[Image: Vale]
The Vale

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Brienne of Tarth and Podrick Payne stop at an inn where they discover Lord Baelish and Sansa. Brienne pledges her services to Sansa but is flatly refused. Lord Baelish attempts to take Brienne and Podrick into custody, but the two fight their way out of the inn. Sansa and Lord Baelish escape.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Cersei and Jaime receive an ornate threat on Myrcella Baratheon's life. The threat originated from Dorne where Myrcella is currently living. Jaime is dispatched to rescue the girl and he enlists the aid of Bronn.

[Image: Dorne]
Dorne

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Ellaria Sand seethes at the sight of Trystan Martell and Myrcella walking together. With the memory of her husband's murder fresh in her mind, she demands that Prince Doran Martell take action against the Lannisters. Doran refuses her pleas and she leaves in a huff.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

The House of Black and White

Season 5, Episode 2

Daario and Grey Worm capture a member of the Sons of the Harpy. Barristan Selmy advises Daenerys to show mercy and grant the malcontent a trial. He uses the infamy of her father to further drive the point.

[Image: Pentos]
En Route to Volantis

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Tyrion and Varys reflect on the dwarf's brief tenure as Hand of the King. Tyrion laments not having left King's Landing when he had the chance and puts his thoughts toward the matter at hand – Volantis and, then, Meereen.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Cersei temporarily holds the position of Hand of the King until King Tommen Baratheon can appoint someone. She proceeds to appoint Qyburn as the Master of Whispers and Mace Tyrell as the Master of Coin. When she tries to appoint her uncle Kevan Lannister as Master of War, he declines. He then leaves, admitting that he does not recognize Cersei's authority.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Shireen Baratheon schools Gilly and Samwell Tarley in the library at the Wall. Meanwhile, Stannis offers to legitimize Jon and give him Winterfell if he pledges his allegiance. Later, the Night's Watch holds an election for a new Lord Commander. Sam nominates Jon, and the race seems tight between Jon and Ser Alliser Thorne but it is Maester Aemon Targaryen who casts the tie-breaking vote…in favor of Jon.

[Image: Braavos]
Braavos

The House of Black and White

Season 5 - Episode 2

Arya wanders the streets of Braavos when she is accosted by a group of men. She prepares to do battle when the doorman from the House of Black and White intervenes. When she questions him, he reveals himself to be Jaqen. He then admits her into the House of Black and White.

[Image: Meereen]
Meereen

The House of Black and White

Season 5, Episode 2

Mossador, a former slave and subject of Daenerys, crucifies the member of the Sons of the Harpy before the trial. He is executed before the people of Meereen, which causes a massive riot between former slaves and nobles. Daenerys escapes to her chambers and, later that night, receives a brief visit from an old friend – her black dragon, Drogon.

[Image: Braavos]
Braavos

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Arya grows restless within the walls of the House of Black and White. She witnesses Jaqen giving another man water. Within moments, that man dies while praying and is carried away.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Tommen Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell are wed. That night, they consummate their marriage and Margaery begins to drive a wedge between Cersei and her son. The next day, Tommen tells Cersei that he wants her to return to Casterly Rock since he does not believe she is happy at King's Landing.

[Image: Winterfell]
Winterfell

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Reek – formerly Theon Greyjoy – wanders the streets as the castle is being reconstructed. Roose Bolton discusses his political situation with his son, Ramsay. It is decided that Ramsay must marry in order to forge new alliances.

[Image: Vale]
Moat Cailin

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Just outside of Moat Cailin, Lord Baelish informs Sansa that she is to marry Ramsay. Initially, she refuses until he convinces her to comply in order to seek vengeance. Little do either of them realize that they are being followed by Brienne and Podrick.

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The Wall

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

As the new Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, Jon must refuse Stannis's offer to be legitimized in return for turning the wildlings over to their side. Stannis grudgingly accepts this but warns of Ser Alliser. Davos Seaworth tells Jon that as long as the Boltons hold the North, the North shall suffer.

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Braavos

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Arya must give up her possessions in order to truly become no one – to begin her training. She discards her clothes but hides her sword, Needle. When she returns to sweeping the halls of the House, she is shown to a room by Jaqen and tasked with cleansing a dead body.

[Image: Winterfell]
Winterfell

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Sansa meets Ramsay and manages to feign delight at the sight of Roose. Meanwhile, she is watched by Ramsay's harem and Reek.

[Image: The Wall]
The Wall

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Jon's first order of business is appointing Ser Alliser to the role of First Ranger. Next, he tries to assign Janos Slynt to a ruin called Greyguard. When Janos petulantly refuses, he is taken outside where he is to be executed. Despite begging for mercy, Jon beheads him.

[Image: King's Landing]
King's Landing

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

The High Septon is found in a brothel and is publicly humiliated by the Sparrows. Word of this reaches the small council and Cersei meets with High Sparrow – the religious movement's leader – to inform him that he will not be punished…the High Septon, however, has been imprisoned. Later, Cersei has Qyburn deliver a message to Lord Baelish. As she leaves, a seemingly lifeless body in Qyburn's lab stirs.

[Image: Winterfell]
Winterfell

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Ramsay promises Lord Baelish that he will not harm Sansa. Later, Roose and Lord Baelish discuss the ramifications of their plotting. Lord Baelish believes that, without Tywin, the Lannisters' days are numbered.

[Image: Pentos]
Volantis

High Sparrow

Season 5 - Episode 3

Tyrion and Varys arrive at Volantis. A red priestess spots Tyrion and the two decide to take refuge in a brothel. While Tyrion relieves himself, the dwarf is apprehended by Jorah Mormont who is intent on bringing him to Daenerys.

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