Iron Throne Chair

2020-4-7  Play A Game Of Thrones LCG Second Edition in your browser. In the TV series, the Iron Throne is the size of a very large chair, is reasonably symmetrical, and Littlefinger remarks in Season 3's 'The Climb' that it doesn't literally contain thousands of swords, he has counted and there are under two hundred.

Contents PlotIn the aftermath of ' on the, finds a.Summary Post-Battle of King's LandingTyrion walks through the ashed capital., and walks through the ash-covered devastation, with charred bodies of civilians and soldiers everywhere. Tyrion leaves them and walks alone towards the. Once inside, he heads towards the cellar and takes the same escape route had taken him through on the eve of his scheduled beheading courtesy of their father's sentencing, when Tyrion was falsely accused of. Tyrion walks through the rubble and remains of the Red Keep, searching for his siblings. He spots Jaime's golden hand under the rubble. Devastated by this sign, Tyrion clears away the rubble stone by stone to find the corpse of his sister, and is visibly shaken by it. Knowing his brother is next to her under the debris, Tyrion painfully continues to clear away broken rock and begins to cry when he finds Jaime. His dead brother's death-wish has been fulfilled: Jaime 'died in the arms of the woman he loved.' Meanwhile, Jon finds about to execute the remainder of the Lannister forces and tries to stop him, telling him it's over.

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Grey Worm says it won't be over until Daenerys's enemies are defeated, but Davos asks him, 'How much more defeated do you need them to be? They're on their knees!' Grey Worm tells Davos he only obeys the queen's commands; Jon asks Grey Worm what are those commands. Grey Worm replies he has orders to kill all who follow Cersei Lannister and that these men chose to fight for her. Grey Worm takes out his knife to execute the men, and Jon tries to stop him.

Immediately, all of Daenerys's soldiers take aim at Jon, while the Northerners accompanying Jon draw their swords. Davos diffuses the confrontation, telling Jon they should speak with Daenerys. As Jon and Davos leave, Grey Worm starts to slit the prisoners' throats one by one.House Targaryen is restored.Outside the gates of the city, the are celebrating their victory. A stony-faced appears from the ruined city covered in ash, blood, and grime. Jon pushes his way through the crowd of Dothraki and goes toward the gate, upon which a huge banner is hanging. As Jon reaches the top, Grey Worm also appears and they exchange a tense look. Appears with and lands behind them.

She walks out to address her army, amidst much cheering from them. 'You tore down their stone houses, you gave me the,' she tells the Dothraki. Daenerys promotes Grey Worm as the Commander of all her forces and the. She also praises the and calls her forces 'liberators' for 'freeing' the people of. Jon watches this, concerned. Tyrion comes to the scene, looking devastated by his brother's death.

Daenerys now wants to break the wheel and enlists her army to aid her in 'liberating' not only all of, but the world: 'From to, from to, from the to the,' destroying the tyrants of the world. From behind the cheering armies, Arya looks up balefully at Daenerys. When Daenerys sees Tyrion, she accuses him of treason since he freed Jaime. He replies, 'I freed my brother, and you slaughtered a city,' with a look of disgust, throwing away his 'Hand of the Queen' brooch.

Outraged by this show of defiance, Daenerys tells her men to take him away. Perturbed, Jon and Tyrion make eye contact before Jon turns to face Daenerys. They share a tense silence before she leaves.Arya silently appears beside Jon while he watches Daenerys leave. Jon is surprised that his sister is in King's Landing; when he notices her bloody face, he asks, 'What happened?'

Arya tells him that she came to kill Cersei, but Daenerys got to her first. She says that won't bend the knee to Daenerys. Jon tells Arya to wait for him outside the city gates, but Arya warns Jon that Daenerys knows who he really is and will view him as a threat due to his claim on the Iron Throne.

Before she leaves, Arya tells Jon in reference to Daenerys, 'I know a killer when I see one.' Jon visits Tyrion in prison. After asking Jon if he brought wine, Tyrion says that their queen doesn't keep prisoners for long, 'I suppose there's a crude kind of justice. I betrayed my closest friend and watched him burn. Now 's ashes can tell my ashes, 'See?

I told you so.' ' He knows his death is certain and asks Jon if there is life after death. Jon tells him, 'Not that I've seen.' Grimly noting that oblivion is the best he could hope for, Tyrion goes over his past sins, including and betraying their queen. When Jon tries to tell Tyrion he didn't, Tyrion says he did. And he'd do it again, now he's seen what Daenerys is truly capable of, telling Jon, 'I chose my fate, the people of King's Landing did not.' Jon is disturbed by what Daenerys did and is unable to justify it, but believes the war is over now.

Tyrion questions Jon, 'Is it? When you heard her talking to her soldiers, did she sound like someone who's done fighting?' He goes on to say, 'She liberated the people of Slaver's Bay. She 'liberated' the people of King's Landing. And she'll go on liberating until the people of the world are free and she rules them all'.

Jon angrily responds that Tyrion has been counseling her, and Tyrion agrees, 'Varys was right. It was vanity to think I could guide her. Our queen's nature is fire and blood.' Jon is upset by the notion that blood defines who they are, and says Daenerys is not as Tyrion is not. Tyrion admits that Tywin and Cersei were both evil, but reminds Jon that Daenerys has killed more people than Tywin, Cersei and any of the evil people they know.

Jon tries to defend Daenerys, going over her various traumas ('s murder, 's death) and Cersei's actions, but Tyrion reminds Jon, 'And she burned down a city for it.' He forces Jon to pause when he asks, 'Would you have done it?' ; he tries to make Jon see that, if he had been in the same place, knowing what it's like to be on dragonback with that power, Jon wouldn't have done the same thing. Tyrion realizes Jon doesn't want to betray Daenerys. He goes over Daenerys's history of killing evil men, and how everyone supported her for it, but she grew more and more powerful, more convinced of her rightness. Tyrion says that Daenerys is convinced it is her destiny to make the world better for everyone and will do whatever it takes to build the ideal world she wants, no matter how many must die to make it reality.Tyrion reasons with a tortured Jon, 'I know you love her.

I love her too. Not as successfully as you. But I believed in her with all my heart. Love is more powerful than reason.' Recalling 's words, Jon reflects, 'Love is the death of duty.'

Tyrion agrees and says that sometimes, duty must be the death of love, 'You are the shield that guards the realms of men. You've already tried to do the right thing, no matter the cost. You've tried to protect the people. Who is the greatest threat to the people now?' Tyrion acknowledges it's a terrible thing he's asking Jon to do, but says it's also the right thing. As Jon resists the idea of assassination due to his love for Daenerys, Tyrion says he won't be the last man she executes and asks, 'Who is more dangerous than the rightful heir to the Iron Throne?'

Jon accepts being executed by Daenerys if that is her choice. He apologizes to Tyrion that it came to this but Tyrion tries again, 'And your sisters? Do you see them bending their knee?' Jon says his sisters will be loyal to the throne, but Tyrion responds that the reason Sansa told him about Jon's parentage is because she doesn't want Daenerys to be queen. When Jon says that's not up to Sansa, Tyrion agrees but tells Jon he needs to make a choice, 'And you have to choose now.' Jon looks rattled as he leaves.Troubled, Jon walks through the ruins of the Red Keep.

From under the snow, Drogon appears, comes face to face with Jon, and goes back to sleep.Daenerys comes to the throne room and sees the Iron Throne for the first time in her life, the same thing that she saw in the years ago. She is visibly overwhelmed by her emotions since to conquer this throne has been her lifelong dream. In awe, she goes to touch the throne as Jon appears. Daenerys tells him that when she was a child, would tell her that it was made from the thousand swords of Aegon's fallen enemies, 'What do a thousand swords look like in the mind of a little girl who can't count to twenty? I imagined a mountain of swords too high to climb. So many fallen enemies, you could only see the soles of Aegon's feet.'

Jon confronts her over Grey Worm executing the Lannister prisoners in the streets but Daenerys defends it is necessary. Jon protests, 'Necessary? Have you been down there? Have you seen?

Little children, burned!' Daenerys says she tried to make peace with Cersei, but she used their innocence against her, 'She thought it would cripple me.' Jon urges her to forgive Tyrion and the people of King's Landing, who she's ordered to be executed. He pleads with Daenerys to make them see they made a mistake, make them understand she isn't this person, 'Please, Dany.'

However, Daenerys says she can't and is resolved, 'We can't give in to small mercies,' she rallies. Jon urges her that they need a world of mercy, but Daenerys tries to convince Jon that her way is the way to the better world.

A distressed Jon asks her how she knows, and Daenerys assures him it's because she knows what is good and gently tells him that so does he. Jon tearfully says he doesn't know and asks, 'What about everyone else? All the other people who think they know what's good?' Daenerys simply replies, 'They don't get to choose.' Daenerys embraces Jon and, sincere, she tells him to join her and that she wants him to help her break the wheel, trying to convince him of her new vision. Heartbroken, Jon declares, 'You are my queen, now and always.'

They kiss and as they do so, an anguished Jon drives his dagger through her heart. Stunned, Daenerys collapses as Jon catches her. She dies in Jon's arms as he weeps over her body.