WinterIsComing.net recently revealed the episode titles for Game of Thrones season 3, including a third name-change for the George R. R. Martin-penned episode 7. Check them out! SPOILERS AHEAD.
- Ep. 301 – Valar Dohaeris
Season 2 ended with the episode “Valar Morghulis” which means “all men must die” in Braavosi, so it seems fitting season 3 should begin with the flipside of that statement, “Valar Dohaeris,” which means “all men must serve/live.”
- Ep. 302 – Dark Wings, Dark Words
Though this is a general Westerosi term for ominous tidings, it would be very cool if it was also referring to the events in Astapor.
- Ep. 303 – Walk of Punishment
This brings to mind a very specific journey made by a Lannister in A Dance With Dragons but probably this refers to Jaime and Brienne being captured. Or it might be about everyone’s walkabout. Jon, Jaime, Brienne, Arya, Robb, Bran, and more have a lot of journeying to do before they reach the climax of their individual stories.
Or… we could see Theon?
- Ep. 304 – And Now His Watch is Ended
Obviously referring to the events at and beyond the Wall.
- Ep. 305 – Kissed by Fire
Sounds like we might see the Sandor Clegane / Beric Dondarrion duel in this episode!
- Ep. 306 – to be determined
- Ep. 307 – The Bear and the Maiden Fair
George R. R. Martin’s episode, obviously containing Brienne’s bear fight and Jaime’s tentative step towards Not Being A Complete Monster. The book contains some ominous clues in this scene towards the events of the Red Wedding, as well.
- Ep. 308 – to be determined
- Ep. 309 – The Rains of Castamere
Oh boy. Tissues at the ready, everyone.
- Ep. 310 – Mhysa
Mhysa is the Ghiscari term for “mother.” Since the final episodes of each season have focused on Daenerys, I imagine this involves her taking Meereen.
There’s a lot more speculation about what parts of A Storm of Swords season 3 will contain in this post. Check it out! I mistakenly combine the climbing of the Wall with the attack on the Night’s Watch, but am relatively straightforward on other details, if loopy. Fun times!
You can also keep up with season 3 news and speculation on our Game of Thrones index.