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The fifth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones was premiered on April 12, 2015. It adapts material from “A Feast for Crows” and “A Dance with Dragons”, the fourth and fifth novels in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, as well as original material that does not appear in Martin’s novels. Click to listen Game of Thrones Main Title. Click to Download Game of Thrones Episode The Dance of Dragons (S05E09) by Torrent:
The Dance of Dragons
Episode S05E09: The Dance of Dragons. Directed by David Nutter. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Original Air Date: June 7, 2015. Sinopse: In the midst of a snowstorm, Stannis’ camp is sabotaged when Ramsay’s men light fires to destroy his supplies. Melisandre is convinced that they need to make a good sacrifice to reach Winterfell, so Stannis reluctantly sacrifices his daughter Princess Shireen, burning her alive at the stake, while she desperately cries out for her parents. Jon and the wildlings return to the Wall, where their welcome is fraught with tension. Arya continues the mission to poison and kill the Thin Man when she sees Mace Tyrell and Meryn Trant arrive in the harbor to negotiate payment terms with the Iron Bank. Arya follows Trant to a brothel and when returns to Jaqen, she lies by telling him the Thin Man was not hungry and did not buy her oysters. In Dorne, Prince Doran agrees that Jaime can return to King’s Landing with Myrcella, but only if Trystane accompanies them and serves on the small council in Oberyn’s place. In Meereen, the fighting pits reopen and Daenerys is stunned to see Jorah fight for her forgiveness. Although he is successful, his triumph is interrupted by a fierce attack by the Sons of the Harpy, who quickly surround Dany and her supporters. Just as hope seems lost, Drogon arrives, and Daenerys mounts her dragon and flies away from Meereen, her followers and enemies watching alike in awe. Source: Wikipedia.
In the North
Davos visits Shireen to say a farewell and gives her a present.
Davos: What’s this one now?
Shireen: “The Dance of Dragons: A True Telling” by Grand Maester Munkun.
Davos: Now that sounds like a proper story.
Shireen: Ser Byron Swann wanted to kill the dragon Vhagar. He polished his shield for a week so that it was like a mirror. And he crouched behind it and crept forward, hoping the dragon would only see its own reflection. But the dragon saw a dumb man holding a mirrored shield. And burnt him to a crisp.
Davos: Thus ending the dragon-slaying career of Ser Byron Swann. I made you something, Princess. Do you like it?
Shireen: He’s beautiful. Thank you.
Davos: You’re very welcome.
Shireen: Will you make me a doe, too? So that he can have company?
Davos: Of course I will.
Shireen: But why am I getting a present?
Davos: Because you deserve it. My son was always on me, trying to teach me to read. Gods, I was stubborn about it. Made it this far without reading. Seemed to me I could make it to the grave. Wish I’d listened to him. This is my own poor way of saying thank you. For teaching me to be a grown-up. I’ll be gone for a
few days, Princess. I want to hear all about “The Dance of Dragons” when I’m back.
Shireen: You’ll read it yourself.
Upon returning to Jaqen, Arya lies to him by telling him the Thin Man was not hungry and did not buy her oysters, and asks to try again the next day. Jaqen allows this, though it is unclear whether he believes Arya’s lie or not.