The eagle’s nest game of thrones

King Robert Baratheon and part of the court travel to Winterfell. During their stay, Bran Stark is thrown by Jaime Lannister from the top floor of the First Keep, after seeing him having sex with his sister Cersei. [10]
Ser Rodrik Cassel serves as castellan, but falls into Theon Greyjoy’s trap and leaves Winterfell with a token garrison to come to the aid of Torrhen’s Citadel. Theon takes the fortress without difficulty with about thirty men. He makes believe that he has killed Bran and Rickon Stark, although they are hidden in the crypt.[13] Theon returns to free the castle.
Ser Rodrik Cassel returns to free it but is surprised by Ramsay Snow’s troops, and a battle ensues in the village. Ramsay enters the fortress, making Theon believe he has come to his aid, but he takes Winterfell and burns it.[14] Sansa is taken to the castle.
When Sansa takes refuge in the Eagles’ Nest after the murder of King Joffrey Baratheon, she wistfully recalls Winterfell, so she makes a snow castle based on its likeness with the help of Petyr Baelish. [16]

Jaime lannister game of thrones

Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) secretly enters Euron’s flagship and frees Yara. Afterwards, Theon decides that he will go to Winterfell to fight alongside the Starks and Yara to the Iron Islands to take them back, as they are now Euron’s property.
Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) meets Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) and Daenerys, who thanks him for curing Jorah of psoriagris, but is forced to admit that she executed his father and brother, Randyll and Dickon Tarly. Angry and heartbroken, Sam is convinced by Bran to tell Jon his true origin, which he finally agrees to do. Sam visits Jon in the crypts and reveals to him that he is the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna, making him the rightful heir to the Iron Throne. Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) arrives at Winterfell and meets Bran in the courtyard.
The episode was written by Dave Hill.[2] It adapts material from the unpublished novel Winds of Winter, specifically the sample chapter «The Forsaken», in which Euron Greyjoy converses with a captive family member aboard his ship.

Winterfell game of thrones episode

King Robert Baratheon and part of the court travel to Winterfell. During their stay, Bran Stark is thrown by Jaime Lannister from the top floor of the First Keep, after seeing him having sex with his sister Cersei. [10]
Ser Rodrik Cassel serves as castellan, but falls into Theon Greyjoy’s trap and leaves Winterfell with a token garrison to come to the aid of Torrhen’s Citadel. Theon takes the fortress without difficulty with about thirty men. He makes believe that he has killed Bran and Rickon Stark, although they are hidden in the crypt.[13] Theon returns to free the castle.
Ser Rodrik Cassel returns to free it but is surprised by Ramsay Snow’s troops, and a battle ensues in the village. Ramsay enters the fortress, making Theon believe he has come to his aid, but he takes Winterfell and burns it.[14] Sansa is taken to the castle.
When Sansa takes refuge in the Eagles’ Nest after the murder of King Joffrey Baratheon, she wistfully recalls Winterfell, so she makes a snow castle based on its likeness with the help of Petyr Baelish. [16]

The northern game of thrones

«A Prince of Winterfell» (titled «The Prince of Winterfell» in English) is the eighth episode of the second season of HBO’s Game of Thrones. The episode is written by series co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss; and directed, for the third time this season, by Alan Taylor. It premiered on May 20, 2012.
Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) and Bronn (Jerome Flynn) plan the defense of King’s Landing, with the help of several ancient texts. When Lord Varys (Conleth Colina) wonders how they will keep Stannis’ ships at bay, Tyrion replies «with pig shit,» referring to Pyromancer Hallyne’s pots of gunpowder.
During a dinner with his sister Cersei (Lena Headey), Tyrion is accused of plotting against King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) during the defense of King’s Landing. Cersei tells Tyrion that she will hold her prostitute lover hostage and won’t release her until she guarantees Joffrey’s safety, but when Cersei orders to bring her in, Tyrion discovers that she has mistakenly kidnapped Ros (Esme Bianco) instead of Shae (Sibel Kekilli). After promising Ros that he will free her, Tyrion angrily swears to Cersei that he will pay for what he has done.