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|Dark Wings, Dark Words|
|Season 3, Episode 2|
|Series||Game of Thrones|
|Air date||7 Apr 2013|
|Valar Dohaeris||Walk of Punishment|
|Game of Thrones episodes|
Sansa says too much; Shae asks Tyrion for a favor; Jaime finds a way to pass the time; Arya encounters the Brotherhood Without Banners.
Bran continues to have strange dreams, but his dreams become stranger when he meet another boy in them. Then he wakes up to find the boy from his dream. The boy introduces himself as Jojen and tells Bran that he is a warg, a person who can see through animals. He explains that he know what Bran is going through because he also has the ability to see visions from the past, present and future. Jojen explains that he had orders from his father to find Bran in order to protect him. Wanting to learn more, Bran follows him despite Osha's protests. At King's Landing, Sansa meets with Maggie's grandmother, Olenna Tyrell. There, she is pressured to share her feelings about Joffrey. After speaking ill of Joffrey, Sansa becomes worried the wedding might be canceled. Olenna assures her that the wedding will go on. In the Riverlands, Arya and her friends are spotted by men from a group called the Brotherhood Without Banners. When they are taken in to a banner, they are met by The Hound, who was captured by the brotherhood. The Hound then reveals Arya's identity when he asks what the Brotherhood is doing with her. Elsewhere, Jaime and Brienne continue to make their way to King's Landing. They come across a bridge are forced to cross it. On the bridge, Jaime is able to grab a hold of one of Brienne's swords. They have a duel where Jaime is able to disarm Jaime. Though Brienne's victory is short lived when they are captured by Robb Stark's troops who were tipped off by a farmer they had passed by.