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Arya chases a cat into the dungeon

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We shift to a dark dungeon of King’s Landing. Arya is still chasing the cat. She stops to admire a large dragon’s skull. She hears two men talking, and hides from them, just in earshot. The two men are Lord Varys and Magister Illyrio Mopatis.

Varys: He’s found one bastard already. He has the book. The rest will come.

Illyrio Mopatis: And when he knows the truth, what will he do?

Varys: The gods alone know. The fools tried to kill his son. What’s worse, they botched it. The wolf and the lion will be at each other’s throats. We will be at war soon, my friend.

Illyrio Mopatis: What good is war now? We’re not ready. If one Hand can die, why not a second?

Varys: This Hand is not the other.

Illyrio Mopatis: We need time. Khal Drogo will not make his move until his son is born. You know how these savages are.

Varys: “Delay,” you say. “Move fast, ” I reply. This is no longer a game for two players.

Illyrio Mopatis: It never was.

The two men leave, Varys locks a gate behind them. Arya runs to the gate and can’t get out. She takes off in the other direction, deeper into the dungeon, to find an exit.

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King’s Landing

King's Landing is the capital, and largest city, of the Seven Kingdoms. It is located on the east coast of Westeros, overlooking Blackwater Bay. It is the site of the Iron Throne and the Red Keep, the seat of the King.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Revelations / Recognitions

Unexpected Visitors

WHO IS INVOLVED

Arya Stark

Illyrio Mopatis

Varys

References


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