In a surprise attack, Theon Greyjoy captures Winterfell demanding an oath of loyalty from everyone there in return for their lives. He is chastised however by the locals for turning on the family that raised him. The execution of a Stark family retainer shows just how serious Theon is. Robb Stark can't believe what's happened and swears to get his revenge. He is also growing fonder of Lady Talisa. At King's Landing, Tyrion knows better than most that war will devastate them and makes arrangements for Cersei's daughter, Myrcella, to be send away to marry. On returning to the palace after seeing her off, King Joffrey and others of the royal court learn exactly what the public thinks of them. North of the wall, Jon Snow and others are on patrol looking for wildlings. They kill a few but one of the survivors is an attractive young woman, Ygritte. At Harrenhall, Arya continues to work as Lord Tywin Lannister's cup bearer. She's taken aback however when a visitor from King's Landing - ... Written by
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According to the novel, it was not Ser Rodrik Cassel but Farlen the kennel-master who was beheaded by Theon. Theon falsely accused Farlen of killing three of his men (who were actually killed by Ramsay Snow at Theon's command), and sentenced him to death. Neither Dagmer nor any of Theon's men talked him into killing Farlen. See more
Where are they? Where are my dragons?
Written and Performed by Ramin Djawadi See more