History Recap / GameOfThronesS3E10Mhysa

15th Aug '17 1:53:05 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BiggerBad: Jojen and Melisandre realise that the White Walkers ''are this.''
21st Jul '17 11:26:45 AM EO01163
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** In this episode we find out that Ramsay had Dagmer and the other 20 ironborn who betrayed Theon flayed alive last season.
20th Jul '17 12:31:03 AM EO01163
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A messenger rides to '''Pyke''' and delivers to Balon Greyjoy an ultimatum from Ramsay Snow. Either the Ironborn give up the lands they've taken, or Ramsay starts flaying people, like he flayed the Ironborn at Winterfell. To show his sincerity, he's also sent Theon's "favorite toy" to Balon in a box, and promises to send "more Theon" if he doesn't comply. Balon, although somewhat disturbed, won't give up the lands he's taken. Yara, who's been present while Balon read the letter (and opened the box) angrily tells him that Theon is his son, but Balon points out that Theon was a foolish, disobedient heir who can no longer even contribute children to his cause, and that he has made his decision. In defiance, Yara retorts that she's made ''her'' decision: she's taking the fastest long-ship they have, along with her best men, and vows that she will rescue her baby brother from the Dreadfort or die trying.

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A messenger rides to '''Pyke''' and delivers to Balon Greyjoy an ultimatum from Ramsay Snow. Either the Ironborn give up the lands they've taken, or Ramsay starts flaying people, like he flayed the Ironborn at Winterfell. Remember when Roose said "Ramsay has his own way of doing things"? Ramsay broke his promise and had all the ironborn in Winterfell flayed alive. He's probably also responsible for the burning of Winterfell. To show his sincerity, he's also sent Theon's "favorite toy" to Balon in a box, and promises to send "more Theon" if he doesn't comply. Balon, although somewhat disturbed, won't give up the lands he's taken. Yara, who's been present while Balon read the letter (and opened the box) angrily tells him that Theon is his son, but Balon points out that Theon was a foolish, disobedient heir who can no longer even contribute children to his cause, and that he has made his decision. In defiance, Yara retorts that she's made ''her'' decision: she's taking the fastest long-ship they have, along with her best men, and vows that she will rescue her baby brother from the Dreadfort or die trying.
7th Jul '17 10:42:48 PM EO01163
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** The Ironborn who betrayed Theon and mortally wounded Maester Luwin in season 2. We find out that Ramsay Snow had them flayed alive.

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** The Ironborn scum who betrayed Theon and mortally wounded Maester Luwin in season 2. We find out that Ramsay Snow had them flayed alive. They are rewarded as traitors deserve.
26th Apr '17 3:42:04 AM outlander2012
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-->'''Balon Greyjoy''': Leave the North now, or more boxes will follow, with more Theon.
6th Mar '17 6:16:19 AM JackG
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* WantsAPrizeForBasicDecency: Apparently Tywin thinks he was doing Tyrion a seriously big favor by ''not killing him the day he was born.''

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* WantsAPrizeForBasicDecency: Apparently Tywin thinks Fucking Lannister. He refers to his act of not drowning his ''infant son'' as an example of how he was doing makes personal sacrifices for the good of his family. Tyrion a seriously big favor is so horrified by ''not killing him the day declaration that he was born.''fails to make the slightest retort.
5th Feb '17 9:10:17 AM LtFedora
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At '''King's Landing''', Sansa and Tyrion are taking a walk. Despite the awkwardness of Shae being right behind them, the newlyweds seem to be getting along wonderfully, with Sansa beginning to see Tyrion as more than just an evil Lannister. Podrick runs up; Tywin has called for Tyrion. He finds the entire Small Council waiting for him, along with an ecstatic Joffrey. News of the Red Wedding has reached them, and Joffrey is already making plans to serve Sansa her brother's head. Tyrion and Joffrey have another confrontation, despite Cersei's attempts to defuse it, and Joffrey proclaims that he'll do whatever he wants because ''He. Is. The King.'' Tywin interjects himself into the conversation at this point, reminding Joffrey that if he has to keep telling people that, than he's no true king. The victory-drunk Joffrey sneers that Tywin is just a coward who hid under Casterly Rock while his ''real'' father (Robert) kicked ass and took names[[note]]This means Joffrey STILL doesn't know he's Jaime's son, in spite of it being general knowledge by now. Is he ever going to learn the truth?[[/note]] Tywin's DeathGlare brings him back to Earth fast. Tywin coldly informs the King that he must be tired, ''sends Joffrey to bed and [[RefugeInAudacity orders Pycelle to give him a sedative]].'' Baffled by what just happened, Joffrey meekly protests that he is "not tired!" as Cersei takes him by the hand and leads him away.

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At '''King's Landing''', Sansa and Tyrion are taking a walk. Despite the awkwardness of Shae being right behind them, the newlyweds seem to be getting along wonderfully, with Sansa beginning to see Tyrion as more than just an evil Lannister. Podrick runs up; Tywin has called for Tyrion. He finds the entire Small Council waiting for him, along with an ecstatic Joffrey. News of the Red Wedding has reached them, and Joffrey is already making plans to serve Sansa her brother's head. Tyrion and Joffrey have another confrontation, despite Cersei's attempts to defuse it, and Joffrey proclaims that he'll do whatever he wants because ''He. Is. The King.'' Tywin interjects himself into the conversation at this point, reminding Joffrey that if he has to keep telling people that, than then he's no true king. The victory-drunk Joffrey sneers that Tywin is just a coward who hid under Casterly Rock while his ''real'' father (Robert) kicked ass and took names[[note]]This means Joffrey STILL doesn't know he's Jaime's son, in spite of it being general knowledge by now. Is he ever going to learn the truth?[[/note]] Tywin's DeathGlare brings him back to Earth fast. Tywin coldly informs the King that he must be tired, ''sends Joffrey to bed and [[RefugeInAudacity orders Pycelle to give him a sedative]].'' Baffled by what just happened, Joffrey meekly protests that he is "not tired!" as Cersei takes him by the hand and leads him away.
20th Jan '17 2:24:39 AM Malachi108
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** Jaime's return to King's Landing is moved up ahead of schedule, mainly to complete his story arc with Brienne, whereas he would spend much of next season still travelling with her if he were to arrive [[spoiler: after Joffrey's death and Sansa's escape]] as in the books. This has the interesting side effect of putting him, Brienne, Joffrey, and Sansa Stark all in the city at the same time before Joffrey's wedding to Margaery Tyrell, a situation that for spoilered reasons doesn't occur in the original series.
** When Walder Frey calls himself Lord of Riverrun, he is perhaps referring to himself being the Lord Paramount of the Trident, which would make sense if the Freys supersede the Tullys for their help in the Red Wedding. It also excises the side plot of Littlefinger being made Lord Paramount, a role he really doesn't exercise as it's just a stepping stone for a plan he's following anyway, and since he is made Lord of Harrenhal anyway, it doesn't change anything.
11th Jul '16 4:37:43 AM outlander2012
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* MassOhCrap: After Joffrey mouths off to Tywin. Everyone gets their own separate reaction shot. Even Joffrey realizes he's made a mistake.

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* MassOhCrap: After Joffrey mouths off to Tywin. Everyone gets their own separate reaction shot.shot (Pycelle looks mortified, Cersei looks torn between that and berating Joffrey for his stupidity, Varys has a smug little smirk plastered across his face, while Tyrion is [[PassThePopcorn gleefully watching]] to see which one of the family members he hates most will triumph over the other). Even Joffrey realizes he's made a mistake.
11th Jul '16 4:25:04 AM outlander2012
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** For all his arrogance about being a great conquerer himself, Joffrey has a fair point; it was Robert, Ned Stark and Jon Arryn who did most of the legwork in winning Robert's Rebellion. Tywin remained aloof at Casterly Rock, refusing (and forbidding his bannermen) to answer calls for aid from either the rebels or the loyalists; the armies of the Westerlands only entered the fray after the Battle of the Trident, when a rebel victory became a forgone conclusion, and their sole contribution to the war was to capture the capital through treachery and brutally slaughter the royal family.
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