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Tear Jerker: The North Remembers
Sandor Clegane reminiscing on his truly horrific childhood. Like most children his age, he had dreamed of becoming a knight, but his brother had put an end to that by burning half of his face off. He was five years old at the time. Also, his sister Alienor who, despite trying everything to help him keep a good life and hold his innocence together, is savagely raped and murdered at the age of thirteen.
Sandor: "Alie, it's a lie. It's just a stupid song. I don't want to any more."
Alienor: "But you're going to be a knight one day." She sounded sad. "Then – "
Sandor: "I don't want to be a knight."
Alienor: "You love knights."
Sandor: "Gregor's going to be a knight. Everyone says so."
Alienor: "No." Alienor tried to sound reassuring. "He won't be. When it comes time, you and me, we'll tell the king or Prince Rhaegar or any of them that he's horrible. Then they won't do it. He's not a true knight, he's a monster. You and me. Sleep now, Sandor. Sleep."
The deaths of Devan and Shireen following the collapse of the Wall, the latter occurs as she thanks Jon for the kindness he showed her while in his company.
Jaime desperately trying to stop the Westerlings and Roslin from being executed. His efforts to bring peace to the south, as he had thought he had done, had all been for naught the moment word broke out that the young queen that he had seen at Riverrun was a fraud. But the biggest tragedies in all of this were the deaths of Rollam and Elenya Westerling. Gawen knew nothing of the marriage, Sybell more or less deserved what happened to her, and Roslin would have died sooner or later, but these two were forced to go along with their mother's plans of getting their older sister to safety. All Jaime could think about by the time he's prisoner are the hysterical screams of Elenya as she's put to death.
Chapter 67 "I am the Stark in Winterfell" No matter what anyone did or said or thought, he was. It was him here at the end of all things.
Chapter 81. Jorah, mortally wounded by Daario Naharis, in his final moments recites the Night's Watch oath with Tyrion before blowing the Valyrian horn for Daenerys to regain control of her dragons.
Her bear knight smiled at her, a smile of utter love and faith and death, and blew the horn.
Brienne's miscarriage. She spends time wondering if it would have been ugly like her or beautiful and golden like Jaime.
Would the child have had Jaime's eyes and lazy smile, the famed tumble of Lannister-gold locks? Gods save it if it had been a girl, poor thing, and looked like her.
Chapter 86 Arya's regret over all of her killings.
Is there anyone I haven't killed? Including herself. All dead. All rotten. She hadn't been able to fight her way away from her demons, from the half-shaped, shattered memories that hunted her in the night. She hadn't been able to murder her way to peace, or bleed her way to vengeance. She hadn't been able to destroy herself to sanity. I gave and gave, and they've taken everything. Quite suddenly, she wanted to weep. She wanted to crawl somewhere comfortable and dark in the bowels of the ship, and wait for Braavos to stop burning, and for them to go home and for her to find a place somewhere, just a little place, warm and safe. She didn't want to keep killing, not really, not anymore
Chapter 94 Wylis Manderly's final words to Jeyne as he lies dying during the Others' attack on White Harbor
"Leave it, child. It is over. My lord father...if Ser Edmure should find him, tell him that I did not fail him. Whether Rickon or Sansa or any of them...let there be a Stark in the North again—Do not weep, my lady. All nights, even the longest ones, must end. Be brave but a while longer."
Chapter 98: Sansa bids her mother farewell before departing for King's Landing, knowing it will be the last time they ever see each other.
Chapter 99: The Reveal of Ser Robert Strong's true identity: Robb Stark. Or at least, his head sewn onto Gregor's body.
Chapter 101: Cersei was beyond redemption at this point, but the anguish felt by Jaime as he is forced to kill her to prevent King's Landing's destruction is heartrending
He had never envisioned a moment of his life without her. As we entered the world together, so we were supposed to leave it. He had done it, finally. As she had completed the long slow slide to madness, so he had completed it to becoming a monster. He had done this. His work. Killed her. Killed them all. Kingslayer. Queenslayer. Slayer. Slayer. Slayer.