(Game of Thrones) Juego de tronos XI: 4ª Temporada 1º-5º “All men must die”.

Estos han sido, según mi criterio, los hechos más relevantes y significativos que podría destacar en cada uno de los capítulos 1º al 5º de esta 4ª temporada de Juego de Tronos: All men must die”/“Todos los hombres deben morir”, (peligro, todo spoilers).

Valar Morghulis. Valar Dohaeris.

Two Swords (Dos espadas)

Tywin Lannister gives his son Jaime a new sword and wants him to return to rule at Casterly Rock in his stead. Jaime wants to rejoin the King’s guard. Cersei hasn’t forgiven her brother for leaving her. Prince Oberyn Martell arrives in King’s Landing for the royal wedding. He and his lover, Ellaria Sand, take their pleasure at Littlefinger’s establishment. His hatred of the Lannisters becomes apparent as he blames them for the death of his sister. Daenerys’ army is marching toward the slave city of Meereen. She comes to realize that her dragons can never be tamed. Sansa still grieves over the loss of her family at the Red wedding. At Castle Black, Jon Snow faces an enquiry before the commanders of the Watch. Arya and Sandor Clegane come across someone from Arya’s past.

En este capítulo destacaría la doble aparición estelar: los dragones ya creciditos y la inmejorable presencia del Príncipe Oberyn (Pedro Pascal).



 2º The Lion and the Rose (El león y la rosa)

Sansa still hasn’t recovered from the death of her family and refuses to eat despite Tyrion‘s requests that she do so. She receives a gift from an unexpected source. It’s time for the royal wedding and King Joffrey is on his worse behavior with Tyrion the object object of his dislike. He adores the sword given to him by his grandfather but uses it to chop up a book given to him by Tyrion. At the reception after the wedding ceremony, a drunken Joffrey ridicules his uncle and orders him to become his cup bearer. Tyrion does as he’s told but Joffrey gets his comeuppance. Meanwhile, Lord Bolton returns home to find what his bastard son did to Theon Greyjoy. Purple Wedding.

Indudablemente en este capítulo destacaría la boda (Purple Wedding); el rey Joffrey y su muerte.



 3º Breaker of Chains (Rompedor de cadenas)

In the aftermath of the Purple Wedding, the players in King’s Landing reassess their situation. In the meantime, the wildling threat to the Night’s Watch is becoming imminent The Night’s Watch finds themselves, Arya and the Hound continue their journey to the Vale, and Daenerys reaches Meereen, Meereen challenges Daenerys. Tyrion is arrested for the murder of Joffery and awaits trial. Sansa escapes King’s Landing. Sam sends Gilly to Mole’s Town.

At King’s Landing

With King Joffrey dead, Cersei mourns the death of her eldest son with the heir apparent, Prince Tommen Baratheon, in the Great Sept of Baelor. Tywin Lannister, also present, immediately begins instructing the young prince on the qualities of a good king. As Tywin and Tommen leave, Jaime enters to see Cersei calling for the death of the accused Tyrion and his wife, Sansa Stark. Jaime sends the septon and septas away so he can be alone with Cersei. He tries to comfort her through his affections. She refuses initially, but Jaime is aggressive. Cersei insists that the sept during a private viewing of their son’s corpse is a highly inappropriate place for sex, and asks Jaime to stop, saying “It isn’t right, it isn’t right…” and Jaime refuses to stop, saying, “I don’t care, I don’t care…”. They then have sex next to their dead son’s corpse.

A flashback to the wedding reveals Sansa Stark escaping with Ser Dontos Hollard from King’s Landing to a ship off the coast. As Sansa is taken aboard, she is greeted by Lord Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish who begins to “pay” Dontos for assuring the safety of Sansa, then quickly orders two men to kill him with crossbows. He explains to Sansa that Ser Dontos was only useful to him up until this point and that the priceless necklace he gave her was actually made a few weeks ago on Baelish’s orders. Confused and horrified, Sansa looks at her dead friend while Lord Baelish promises her that he will keep her safe.

Later, Tywin interrupts Oberyn Martell and his group sex act with Ellaria Sand and Olyver to discuss Tyrion’s up-coming trial for the alleged murder of Joffrey. After Tywin brings up Oberyn’s study of poisons and the link between that and Joffrey’s death – as some say the King was poisoned – the topic changes and Oberyn confronts Tywin over his sister’s murder. Wanting to meet with the Mountain – Tywin’s “pet” who raped and killed Elia Targaryen – Tywin agrees to arrange this, along with offering Oberyn a position on the Small Council, if Oberyn agrees to be the third judge at Tyrion’s trial. Oberyn is surprised by Tywin’s willingess, but Tywin explains that he is eager to bring Dorne back into the fold, wanting to unite the Seven Kingdoms against more obvious threats; the Greyjoys in open rebellion, the Wildlings advancing on the Wall, and most worrying, a Targaryen girl in the East with three dragons who will turn her ambitions to Westeros sooner or later. Tywin notes that only the Dornish succeeded in repulsing Aegon Targaryen‘s invasion of Westeros three centuries before; Oberyn dryly notes it must be hard for Tywin to admit he needs the Dornish for help.

Tyrion Lannister​ is temporarily being held in a cell in King’s Landing. He is visited by his squire, Podrick Payne, who has brought him a few things to eat and also attempted to bring some wine but it had been confiscated. Tyrion learns from Pod that his trial will take place in a fortnight, the names of the 3 judges and that he has also been given an opportunity to select his own witnesses. He instantly chooses his wife, Sansa, but Pod informs him that she hasn’t been seen since the wedding, moments after Joffrey‘s death. His second option is Bronn but he is being held under investigation. He asks whether there has been any word of Shae but there hasn’t been (which is good news in his opinion). After a considerable amount of difficulty to think of anyone else, Tyrion asks to speak with Jaime hoping that his own brother can help him in this situation. He also warns Pod to be aware of his surroundings and watch out for “They”, “They” being the spies of Tywin, Cersei, Varys or pretty much anyone at this stage as no one can be trusted. After openly admitting to Pod that he had nothing to do with Joffrey’s murder, he states that the only person that is guaranteed innocence is Cersei, as she would never do any harm to her own son. Other than that, he is skeptical of everyone. He urges Pod to get out of King’s Landing as he would be in too much danger due to his close relations with Tyrion and his refusal to testify against him, despite being offered a knighthood if he did. When he is about to exit the room, Tyrion calls him back and tells him that “there has never lived a more loyal squire.”

In the Riverlands

Meanwhile, Arya Stark and the Hound, crossing the Riverlands, are spotted by a farmer and his young daughter while making their way to the Vale where Arya can be ransomed to her “rich” aunt, Lysa Tully. Believing the Hound and Arya are father and daughter, Arya’s quick thinking produces a story about Sandor being a knight in service of House Tully that allows the pair to stay the night in the poor farmer’s home and share a meal. Due to their lack of food in a while, Arya and the Hound scarf the food down hastily. Arya wakes the following morning to hear the farmer’s daughter screaming. Confused and horrified, Arya demands to know why Clegane stole from the farmer. He simply states, “a dead man doesn’t need his silver”, arguing that the weak and lone farmer will not survive the upcoming winter, assuming the bandits do not kill him before then.

At Dragonstone

On Dragonstone Isle, Stannis Baratheon learns of Joffrey’s death and warns Ser Davos that their time to lay claim to the Iron throne dwindles if no army can be secured to wage war again. Shortly after, when Ser Davos begins his reading lessons with princess Shireen Baratheon, he realizes a possible ally across the Narrow Sea, the Iron Bank of Braavos.

At the Wall and the North

At Castle Black, Samwell Tarly fears for the safety of Gilly and moves her to a vassal town that frequently services the Nights Watch brothers in bodily vices. Sam is resolute in keeping Gilly safe from all harm however and pledges to visit Gilly as much as possible, instructing the inn at which he leaves her, that she will not be touched. Meanwhile, a village south of the wall is attacked by raiding Wildlings under Tormund and the cannibalistic Thenns. While the village is massacred, a lone boy is sent as a messenger to Castle Black to relay an account of the massacre and also a warning that more would follow. The Lord Commander states that they do not have the manpower to afford venturing away from the Wall. They are interrupted when two rangers, Edd and Grenn, arrive back at Castle Black after escaping Craster’s Keep. Jon reveals he told Mance Rayder that a thousand men armed Castle Black and therefore points out that when Mance reaches Craster’s Keep, Rast and Karl would not hesitate in revealing the truth. Jon then insists the Night’s Watch send a party to Craster’s Keep to kill their traitor brothers before Mance gets to them first.

Across the Narrow Sea

In Slaver’s Bay, Daenerys Targaryen marches on the city of Meereen as she begins her siege of the slave city. She is faced with a champions duel where a riding knight of Meereen challenges her to choose a champion that will fight for her. Daario Naharis, commander of the Second Sons, volunteers to be Dany’s champion. As Naharis quickly dispatches the Meereen champion, Dany begins her siege of the city by speaking to the gathered slaves and then catapulting the broken chains of those she has freed across the city walls, demonstrating her previous successes. As the slaves examine the broken chains, the Great Masters look on, perhaps in fear.


 4º Oathkeeper (Guardajuramentos)

Jamie entrusts a task to Brienne. Daenerys frees Meereen. Jon is given permission to lead a group of Night’s Watchmen to Craster’s Keep. Bran and company are taken hostage.

Daenerys easily conquers Meereen and shows just what she’s prepared to do to those who defy her. Bronn tells Jaime he is certain Tyrion had nothing to do with Joffrey’s death. He visits his brother in his cell and comes away believing the same, but Cersei won’t even discuss the possibility with him. Jaime asks Brienne to find Sansa and gives her his new sword, which she names Oathkeeper. Olenna counsels Margaery as to the next steps needed for her to remain Queen. At Castle Black, Jon Snow receives permission to take volunteers 60 miles north to stop their former members who rebelled from talking to Mance Rayder’s army. Bran is taken prisoner by Karl Tanner and the mutineers who have taken over Craster’s Keep. The identity of Joffrey’s killers is revealed.

En este capítulo por supuesto la alianza entre Jamie y Brienne, pero sobre todo la aparición espeluznan e inquietante de los caminantes blancos.



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 5º. First of His Name (el primero de su nombre)

Tommen is crowned King of the Seven Kingdoms. Cercei builds her case against Tyrion. Sansa and Lord Baelish arrive at the Eyrie. The Night’s Watch attacks Craster’s Keep.

Tommen is crowned king, the first of his name. Cersei can see that her newly-crowned son and Margaery are exchanging friendly smiles. Cersei is surprisingly frank with her about Joffrey and asks if she is still interested in being queen. Tywin tells Cersei of the Lannisters dire financial situation and needs the Tyrell family to be part of the crown. Jorah Mormont advises Daenerys of Joffrey’s death and they contemplate attacking King’s Landing by sea. There is other news as well. The freed slaves of Yunkai have been re-enslaved by their old masters and a coup in Astapor has enthroned a butcher who has declared himself emperor. Daenerys decides to rule over the territories she has conquered. Sansa and Petyr Baelish arrive at the Eyrie where he introduces Sansa as his niece Elaine though her aunt, Lady Arryn, is aware of her true identity. Brienne and Pod continue their journey but Pod proves to be a not very useful squire.

En Desembarco del Rey

Tommen Baratheon (Dean-Charles Chapman) es coronado Rey de los Siete Reinos. En el vestíbulo, Cersei (Lena Headey) y Margaery (Natalie Dormer) hablan de la naturaleza de Joffrey, y sobre cómo Tommen será un digno rey. Como consejo de su padre, Lord Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance), Cersei decide que Tommen y Margaery se casarán en una quincena. Ellos también comentan acerca de planes para la boda de Cersei con Loras Tyrell (Finn Jones), y discuten sobre como las minas de oro bajo Roca Casterly se agotan. Tywin le dice a Cersei que la Corona está profundamente en deuda con el Banco de Hierro de Braavos, y que la unión de los Lannister y Tyrell le ayudará a corregir este problema. En los jardines, Cersei habla con Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal) sobre su hija, Myrcella y le pide que envíe un barco de vuelta a Lanza del Sol con un regalo para ella.

En el Valle

Lord Petyr Baelish (Aidan Gillen) y Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) llegan al Valle de Arryn. En la Puerta de la Sangre, le dice a Ser Donnel Waynwood (Alisdair Simpson) que el nombre de Sansa es Alayne, ocultando su verdadera identidad, ya que todavía es buscada en Desembarco del Rey por el asesinato del rey Joffrey.

A su llegada son recibidos por Lady Arryn (Kate Dickie) y su hijo, Lord Robin (Lino Facioli). Lysa es consciente de la verdadera identidad de Sansa, ordenando que se le muestre su habitación. Cuando se han ido, Lysa expresa su deseo de casarse con Petyr ese mismo día, y habla de lo que ella ha hecho por él, incluyendo el envenenamiento de su marido anterior, Lord Jon Arryn. Para tranquilizarla, Petyr acepta casarse con ella tan pronto como sea posible.

Por la noche, Lysa y Sansa hablan de Lady Catelyn, y cómo Petyr la amaba a ella. Su conversación crece tensamente, con Lysa acusando a Sansa de haber seducido a Petyr, pero es finalmente convencida por Sansa de que ella es virgen. Lysa dice a Sansa que, una vez que Tyrion Lannister sea ejecutado, ella se casará con Robin.

Al otro lado del Mar Angosto

La noticia de la muerte de Joffrey llega a Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke). En una reunión con su consejo, Daario Naharis (Michiel Huisman) anuncia que sus fuerzas han tomado la flota meereense, y Daenerys expresa su deseo de utilizar estos barcos para invadir Poniente. Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) informa a Daenerys que tanto Astapor como Yunkai han vuelto a caer en los viejos hábitos, con Yunkai nuevamente siendo gobernada por los esclavistas, y Astapor ahora gobernada por un rey autoproclamado. Después de solicitar el asesoramiento de Jorah tras despachar a sus otros consejeros, ella le dice que tiene la intención de gobernar la Bahía de los Esclavos, y recuperar Astapor y Yunkai.

En el Camino Real

Brienne de Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) y su escudero, Podrick Payne (Daniel Portman), cabalgan hacia el Muro, creyendo que pueden encontrar a Sansa allí con Jon Nieve. En el campamento, Brienne regaña a Pod por no saber cocinar, pero con el tiempo se ablanda cuando se ofrece a ayudarla con su armadura. Cuando le preguntó lo que hizo por Tyrion, Podrick le dice que una vez mató a un caballero de la Guardia Real para proteger a Tyrion durante la Batalla del Aguasnegras.

En las Tierras de los Ríos

Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) y Sandor Clegane (Rory McCann) discuten acerca de los nombres de las personas que tiene la intención Arya de matar, en relación a que la Montaña se encuentra en tal lista. Por la mañana, el Perro se encuentra con Arya practicando con la espada. Se burla de su técnica, y le reta a demostrar sus habilidades atacándolo. Su armadura repele fácilmente la espada de Arya, y él la tira contra el suelo.

Más allá del Muro

Locke (Noah Taylor) se encuentra explorando el Torreón de Craster, viendo a Rast (Luke Barnes) forzando a una de las ex-esposas de Craster. Cuando se cuela en el interior del campamento, ve a Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) y su grupo cautivos en una pequeña choza. Cuando Locke vuelve al grupo liderado por Jon Nieve (Kit Harington), él les dice que deben atacar pronto, ya que los amotinados están borrachos, por lo que Jon informa a su grupo que van a atacar al ocaso. Más tarde, Karl (Burn Gorman) entra en la cabaña y se mueve con la intención de violar a Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick), pero tras ser advertido por su hermano Jojen (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) , son atacados por el grupo de Jon. Estalla una batalla en la que se matan a varios de los amotinados. Locke se escabulle de la lucha para ver a Bran y a sus amigos. Cuando libera a Bran y lo levanta, Bran utiliza sus habilidades de cambiapieles para entrar en Hodor (Kristian Nairn), y liberarse de sus cadenas. Bran, usando el cuerpo de Hodor, persigue a Locke y lo mata. Aunque Bran desea ver a Jon, Jojen le dice que Jon va a tratar de detener su viaje hacia el norte, que es su objetivo, y el grupo se aleja a toda prisa del campamento.

Jon entra en la Torre y lucha contra Karl, y aunque es herido durante la pelea, es capaz de matar a Karl con la ayuda de una de las ex-esposas de Craster. Edd el Penas (Ben Crompton) advierte que Rast se encuentra entre el grupo de traidores. Rast huye por el bosque antes de ser asesinado por Fantasma, el lobo huargo de Jon. Jon pide a las esposas de Craster que se trasladen al Castillo Negro, pero ellas declinan su oferta, y el grupo quema el Torreón de Craster y los cádaveres antes de partir.





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