Darnerys demands loyalty from the surviving Lannister soldiers; Jon heeds Bran's warning about White Walkers on the move; Cersei vows to vanquish anyone or anything that stands in her way.



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Bronn saves Jaime from the lake and he is surprised with the power of Deanerys' dragon. Daynerys offers the prisoners to bend their knees and join her army, or to die. Randyll and his son Dickon from the House of Tarly refuse to serve Deanerys and her dragon turns them into ashes. Arya confronts Sansa at Winterfell and suspects of Littlefinger. Samwell has a deception with the Maesters and decides to leave the Cidatel with Gilly and their child. Tyrion advises Daenerys and Jon Snow to bring a Wight to King's Landing to prove that the Army of the Dead and the White Walkers do exist. Jaime tries to convince Cersei that they do not have any chance fighting Daenerys and her three dragons, but she plots a scheme to destroy Daenerys. Then Jaime has a surprising encounter. Jon and a group head to the Wall and meet prisoners of he Night's Watch that accept to join them in their journey to capture a Wight. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Gilly: What does "annulment" mean?
Samwell Tarly: It's when a man sets aside his lawful wife.
Gilly: Maynard says here that he issued an annulment for Prince "Ragger" and remarried him to someone else at the same time in a secret ceremony in Dorne. Is that a common thing in the South... ?
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An Effort at Peace
22 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tyrion has seen so much of evil. He was detested by his own family at his birth. When one looks at the simple disrespect for life, it's interesting he wasn't stabbed in his crib. This has led to him being a truly moral character, having had to overcome so much, including the betrayal by his own sister. Tyrion believes in some sort of peaceful settlement. The big war is coming and Cersei hasn't got all that much of an army and must depend on alliances (she has lots of gold). It is decided by Dany and Jon Snow that capturing one of the wights and bringing him to Cersei would seal the deal. Why is this so? So off go our heroes to capture one of these guys, amidst the hordes of the undead (they seem to come back even when you break them into pieces). I fail to see any of the logic in this, other than to set up a battle with these guys. We also have Sansa and Arya at odds. Arya thinks Sansa has taken the easy road, playing up to whomever she can manipulate. Arya, of course, has become the consummate warrior. This is Ana intriguing episode, but it doesn't lack a good deal of common sense and some sort of precious moments.

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