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Game Of Thrones And Now His Watch Is Ended

Some of their wounded have died from their injuries, and Lord Commander Jeor Mormont leads a funeral service as they burn the corpse of a man named Bannen on a pyre. Mormont didn't know the man well, but he rode bravely into the unknown lands far beyond the Wall, fought valiantly at the Fist against monsters which they didn't even know existed, and they will never see a man that brave again. He closes the eulogy with the traditional closing line for members of the Night's Watch, "And now, his watch is ended," which the assembled men repeat.

Game of Thrones And Now His Watch Is Ended

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Before he was joyously poisoned and finally off our screens, Joffrey Baratheon was an absolute menace. His sadism extended from torture to murder to delightfully monologuing a story about a queen who was eaten alive, who was trapped in a pit while her son watched, and who died at the hands of her own brother's dragon. Any idea on who that queen is?

At the wall, a dozen Lord Commanders came and went during his years of service, but he was always there to counsel them. He was the blood of the dragon, but now his fire has gone out. And now his watch is ended.


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