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Cersei appoints Ser Gregor Clegane as her champion in Tyrion’s upcoming trial by combat. Jaime and Bronn decline to fight Ser Gregor for Tyrion, but Oberyn accepts. He seeks to avenge his sister, Elia’s rape and murder by Ser Gregor during the rebellion. Daenerys takes Daario as her lover, then sends him to handle the resurgent slavers at Yunkai. Melisandre and Selyse prepare to depart Dragonstone, intending to take Shireen with them.
As the Wildlings approach Castle Black, Alliser Thorne rejects Jon’s suggestion to seal the tunnel. At an inn, Brienne and Podrick meet Hot Pie, who updates them about Arya. They resolve to travel to the Vale, deducing she would seek her living relatives there.
In the Vale, Lysa witnesses Littlefinger kissing Sansa. Enraged, she later threatens to throw Sansa through the Moon Door, a circular opening in the stone floor with a steep drop to rocks below; Littlefinger intervenes and shoves Lysa to her death.
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The fourth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones premiered in the United States on HBO on April 6, 2014, and concluded on June 15, 2014. It was broadcast on Sunday at 9:00 pm in the United States, consisting of 10 episodes, each running approximately 50–60 minutes.
The season is adapted primarily from the second half of A Storm of Swords, along with elements of A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons, all novels from the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin. The series is adapted for television by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. HBO ordered the fourth season on April 2, 2013, which began filming in July 2013. The season was filmed primarily in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Croatia.
The story takes place in a fictional world, primarily upon a continent called Westeros, with one storyline occurring on another continent to the east, Essos. After the death of Robb Stark at The Red Wedding, all three remaining kings in Westeros believe they have a claim to the Iron Throne. King Joffrey is killed by poison at his wedding, and his uncle Tyrion is blamed; young Tommen Baratheon is crowned king. Meanwhile, Sansa Stark escapes King’s Landing. At the Wall, Jon Snow and the Night’s Watch, badly outnumbered, begin a grim battle against 100,000 Wildlings, but Stannis’s army sweeps in to demand the Wildlings’ surrender.
Bran Stark’s visions lead him far beyond the Wall to the north, where he meets the Three-Eyed Raven. Daenerys Targaryen captures Meereen and decides to rule as queen of Slaver’s Bay until she can permanently defeat the slavers; she finds ruling more difficult than conquering. She reluctantly chains up her growing dragons, who have become difficult to control. Arya Stark crisscrosses Westeros accompanied by the Hound, but sails alone to Braavos on Essos to end the season.
At his wedding to Margaery, Joffrey is killed after drinking from a chalice of poisoned wine.
Sansa is taken from Kings Landing by Littlefinger, finding solace at the home of her aunt Lysa Arryn at the Vale. However, Lysa has lost all sense and attempts to push Sansa through the Moon Door – but Sansa is saved by Littlefinger who throws Lysa through the trap door to the cliffs below.
Brienne and Jamie – minus a hand – finally reach Kings Landing only to learn that Sansa has escaped, and Brienne takes on the task of finding her.
Devastated at the loss of her son Joffrey, Cersei casts blame on Tyrion and another trial by combat is held. Tyrion’s champion, Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal), is defeated by Gregor Clegane – known as the Mountain – and Tyrion finds himself imprisoned.
Jamie helps Tyrion to escape, but the dwarf subsequently finds his father in bed with his mistress. Angry at this betrayal, Tyrion kills his father and escapes across the Narrow Sea, seeking Daenerys who he hopes can defeat his sister Cersei.
On his return from Winterfell, Roose Bolton discovers his son Ramsay Snow (Iwan Rheon) has tortured Theon, castrated him and caused him to fall into madness, now going by the name Reek.
By the Wall, Jon returns to the Night’s Watch and warns them of the oncoming army of Wildlings led by Mance Rayder. The army arrives and attacks Castle Black – but the Night’s Watch is saved by Stannis Baratheon’s men.
Brienne meanwhile finds Arya and The Hound and defeats Sandor Clegane in battle. Arya flees to the House of White and Black in Braavos to learn from Jaqan H’ghar.