Game of Thrones Season 2 Episode 10 Hindi Dubbed Tyrion awakens to a changed situation. King Joffrey doles out rewards to his subjects. As Theon stirs his men to action, Luwin offers some final advice. Brienne silences Jaime. Arya receives a gift from Jaqen. Dany goes to a strange place. Jon proves himself to Qhorin.
“Valar Morghulis” is the tenth and final episode of the second season of the HBO mediaeval fantasy television series Game of Thrones. It is the sixth episode of season 2 to be written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and is directed by Alan Taylor, his fourth episode of the season. The episode is 64 minutes long, and aired on June 3, 2012. Game of Thrones Season 2 Episode 10 Hindi Dubbed
The episode’s title is a code phrase spoken by Jaqen H’ghar to Arya Stark during the episode, but its meaning is not explained until the third-season episode, “Walk of Punishment”: “All men must die.” This is consistent with the meaning given in the books upon which the series is based.
This episode marks the final appearance of Jason Momoa (Khal Drogo).
In King’s Landing
After the decisive victory over Stannis in the Battle of Blackwater, King Joffrey gives Lord Tywin the title of “Savior of King’s Landing”, and formally names him Hand of the King. For uniting the Houses of Tyrell and Lannister, the alliance which caused the victory, Lord Petyr Baelish is given the castle of Harrenhal. Ser Loras Tyrell asks for the king to wed Lady Margaery Tyrell, his sister, and though Joffrey insists he is bound by oath to Sansa, Cersei and Pycelle argue that the gods will allow him to reject the oath on grounds of Eddard Stark’s treason. Baelish warns Sansa that she is still in danger while she is in King’s Landing and offers to scheme to see her home safely, but she replies that King’s Landing is now her home. Lord Varys works to undermine Baelish’s successes and plots to turn his associate, the prostitute Ros, against him.
Meanwhile, Tyrion wakes to find himself scarred from the injuries that he received from the attempt on his life during the battle. With the arrival of Tywin, he has been removed from the position of Hand of the King and is left powerless and without allies, except for his squire Podrick Payne. Varys informs Tyrion that Cersei was behind the attempt on his life and says that many know Tyrion to have been instrumental in winning the battle, even though he will receive no official credit. Tyrion is consoled by Shae, who remains loyal and tries to convince him to leave King’s Landing for Pentos with her. Despite his fall from power, Tyrion refuses to leave King’s Landing, saying that he has finally found a role at which he excels and that he enjoys.
In a rage over his unexpected defeat at the Battle of Blackwater, Stannis blames Melisandre for goading him into war with promises of victory and attempts to strangle her in a fit of rage. He relents only after Melisandre makes him truly comprehend his involvement in the death of his brother Renly. After informing Stannis that he will betray all that he has known in his quest to be king and assuring him it will be worth it in the end, Melisandre leads Stannis to a burning bowl of coal and has them together observe the dancing fire. As Stannis watches the flames, he seems struck by divine visions from the Lord of Light, restoring his faith in Melisandre.
In the Westerlands
Brienne continues in her mission to escort the captive Jaime to King’s Landing. They come across the bodies of three women lynched by Stark soldiers, who soon arrive and discover that Brienne’s prisoner is the wanted Kingslayer himself. Brienne kills the soldiers, avenging the three women, whom she then buries. When Jaime expresses surprise that Brienne killed Stark soldiers, Brienne reminds him that she does not serve House Stark, but Lady Catelyn.
Meanwhile, Robb confides to Catelyn that he is in love with Talisa Maegyr and will not proceed with the arranged marriage to one of Lord Walder Frey’s daughters. Despite Catelyn’s warning that breaking his oath with Lord Frey is reckless, Robb marries Talisa in private.
With Winterfell under siege from Roose Bolton’s bastard son and his Ironborn garrison facing defeat, Theon rejects Maester Luwin’s advice to abandon the castle and join the Night’s Watch, believing that Jon will kill him for his betrayal. He decides to fight to the death with his men, but when he tries to rally them, Dagmer knocks Theon out. As the Ironborn drag him off to be handed to the Bolton forces in exchange for pardon, Luwin attempts to intervene and is stabbed by Dagmer.
Later, Bran and his party emerge from hiding to find Winterfell sacked and Luwin dying in the Godswood, where he declares his loyalty and love for the Starks and advises them to head for the Wall before having Osha perform a mercy killing, out of sight of Bran and Rickon. Bran and his group escape the remains of Winterfell, bound for the Wall.
In the Riverlands
Arya, Gendry and Hot Pie flee from Harrenhal. They are surprised by the sudden appearance of Jaqen H’ghar. Jaqen offers to take Arya with him to Braavos to train her in his abilities. Although tempted, Arya declines, intending to reunite with her family. Before departing, Jaqen hands Arya a special coin and utters the phrase “Valar morghulis,” which Arya may use to seek him if she meets anyone from Braavos. Before departing, Jaqen turns to reveal he has changed his face, an ability of the “Faceless Men” he mentions to Arya.
Ser Jorah and Kovarro go with Daenerys to the House of the Undying, the stronghold of the warlocks of Qarth, where Pyat Pree has her dragons held captive. Pyat Pree’s magic quickly leaves Jorah and Kovarro stranded outside while trapping Daenerys in the stronghold. As she walks through the stronghold, Daenerys is struck with visions of places such as a ruined Red Keep and the Haunted Forest. Walking on, she encounters her deceased husband, Khal Drogo, and their stillborn son Rhaego, both apparently alive and well. Although unsure whether she is dreaming, Daenerys leaves when she hears her dragons. She finds herself in an antechamber with her dragons chained to a pedestal. Pyat Pree appears and conjures chains to bind Daenerys, gloating that he will keep her chained for eternity. Daenerys orders her dragons to breathe fire, killing Pyat Pree and freeing her from the chains.
After escaping the House of the Undying, Daenerys — with her dragons, her remaining Dothraki contingent, and Ser Jorah — find Xaro Xhoan Daxos asleep in bed with Doreah, who, as Daenerys now realizes, had betrayed her, and takes them prisoner. Opening Xaro’s vault, they find it empty, with Xaro’s boasts of extreme wealth having been lies. Despite Xaro’s and Doreah’s pleas, Daenerys orders her followers to seal them both in the vault. Daenerys then proceeds to have her companions loot Xaro’s house in order to buy a ship.
Beyond the Wall
Qhorin Halfhand, still prisoner of the wildlings, provokes a fight with Jon with the apparent goal of convincing the wildlings that Jon has defected. Qhorin goads Jon into killing him by insulting the memories of Ned Stark and of Jon’s mother. After Qhorin is killed, the wildlings free a stunned Jon and introduce him to their massive wildling force, promising him a meeting with their King-Beyond-the-Wall, the former Night’s Watch ranger Mance Rayder.
Meanwhile, while on duty, Sam, Grenn, and Edd overhear three horn blasts, signaling the White Walkers’ approach. The others flee, leaving Sam behind. He is quickly surrounded by an army of wights and a White Walker riding an undead horse. The White Walker sees Sam, but ignores him and orders the force to advance. Sam, now isolated from his allies, watches in horror as the army marches onward towards the Night’s Watch encampment at the Fist of the First Men.