Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 9 Hindi Robb presents himself to Walder Frey, and Edmure meets his bride. Jon faces his harshest test yet. Bran discovers a new gift. Daario and Jorah debate how to take Yunkai. House Frey joins with House Tully.
“The Rains of Castamere” is the ninth and penultimate episode of the third season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 29th episode of the series. The episode was written by executive producers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by David Nutter. It aired on June 2, 2013.Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 9 Hindi
The episode is centered on the wedding of Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey, one of the most memorable events of the book series, commonly called “The Red Wedding”, during which Robb Stark and his banner-men are massacred. Other storylines include Bran Stark’s group’s having to separate, Jon Snow’s loyalties being tested, and Daenerys Targaryen’s plotting her invasion of the city of Yunkai. The title is a song belonging to the Lannister family, whose lyrics foreshadow the Red Wedding and which is played by the band at the wedding right before the slaughter begins.Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 9 Hindi
This episode earned Benioff and Weiss a nomination for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.
This episode marks the final appearance of Richard Madden (Robb Stark), Oona Chaplin (Talisa Stark), and Michelle Fairley (Catelyn Stark)
Beyond the Wall
Sam and Gilly continue their march south. Sam tells Gilly he plans for them to cross the Wall using the entrance at the Nightfort, an abandoned castle along the Wall.
In the North
South of the Wall, Bran and his group take shelter in an abandoned mill. Nearby, Jon and the wildling party raid an elderly horse breeder’s home, taking his horses and gold while the old man flees. In the mill, Bran and Jojen discuss their plan to cross the Wall, and Meera spots the horse breeder riding nearby. After the old man is captured by the wildlings, Hodor, scared by the thunder, begins yelling, which threatens to give away their location to the wildlings. Bran uses his warg abilities to enter Hodor’s mind and knocks him out.
Outside, Tormund moves to kill the old man, but Orell tells him to instead have Jon do it to prove his loyalty. Jon is ultimately unable to kill the innocent man, and instead Ygritte kills the man with an arrow. Realizing where Jon’s loyalties lie, Tormund orders his men to kill him, but Jon manages to defeat them. As Ygritte moves to defend him, Jon deliberately knocks her to the ground, allowing Tormund to hold her down and prevent her from getting killed while he battles with Orell. Bran enters the mind of Summer, his direwolf, and aids Jon. While the wolves hold off the other wildlings, Jon kills Orell, whose spirit enters an eagle, which briefly attacks Jon, scarring his face. After Jon fights off Orell, he steals a horse and escapes, leaving Ygritte and heading back to the Wall.
At night, Bran asks Osha to take Rickon to Last Hearth, the home of the Umber family, and they part ways shortly after.
Planning their invasion of Yunkai, Daario tells Daenerys and her knights about a rear gate to the city through which they can sneak in and open the main gate for her army. Jorah is suspicious of Daario and his plan, but comes around when Daenerys seeks Grey Worm’s opinion. When night falls, Daario, Jorah, and Grey Worm arrive at the gate. Daario enters ahead of them, posing as a still loyal Second Son commander. Shortly after being let inside the city, he signals Jorah and Grey Worm to follow him. Soon, they are ambushed by a group of Yunkai’s slave soldiers and, though largely outnumbered, manage to kill them and accomplish the mission. The group returns to Daenerys and tells her that she is now in control of the city.
At the Twins
The dagger with which Roose Bolton kills Robb Stark, and the knife with which Catelyn Stark kills Walder Frey’s wife.
At camp, Catelyn counsels Robb about his planned alliance with Lord Walder Frey and his planned assault on Casterly Rock, the homeland of the Lannisters. The Stark host soon arrives at the Twins, castle homeland of the Freys, where they are given bread and salt, a symbol of the “guest right”: a guarantee of safety when under another lord’s roof. Robb makes an apology to both the sarcastic Walder Frey and his daughters; Walder accepts the apology but insists on inspecting Talisa, the woman for whom Robb broke his vow. Nearby, Arya, though still a captive of the Hound, journeys to the Twins to reunite with her mother and brother. When they come upon a trader and his cart, the Hound knocks him out and moves to kill him, but Arya manages to dissuade him, and he instead steals the cart of food.
At night, Walder walks his daughter Roslin down the aisle to Edmure, who is pleasantly surprised by her beauty. They are married shortly after, and the celebration begins. At the feast, Walder calls for the bedding ceremony, and the couple are taken to their chamber. Talisa says to Robb that she is pregnant and wants to name the boy Eddard (after his father). A few minutes later, Lothar Frey closes the banquet hall doors, and the Frey bards begin playing “The Rains of Castamere”, a Lannister cautionary song, both of which arouse Catelyn’s suspicions. Using the food cart as their reason for being at the Twins, the Hound and Arya arrive at the wedding. They are turned away at the gates, but Arya sneaks in.
Catelyn notices Bolton wearing chainmail under his robes, which confirms Catelyn’s suspicions that they have been betrayed. Just as Walder signals his men to attack the Starks’ men, Catelyn tries to warn Robb, but before he can react, Lothar repeatedly stabs Talisa in the abdomen, killing her and her unborn child. Robb is then shot by crossbows, and the massacre of his bannermen begins. Arya, having snuck past the gate, witnesses Frey men kill Stark soldiers and Robb’s direwolf, Grey Wind. She is saved by the Hound, who knocks her unconscious and carries her out of the castle. Catelyn, although wounded by a crossbow bolt, holds Walder’s wife, Joyeuse, hostage with a knife and demands that Robb be allowed to leave. Walder refuses, and Bolton stabs Robb in the heart, delivering Jaime’s message from Harrenhal: “The Lannisters send their regards.” Catelyn screams and kills Joyeuse in retaliation, before Walder Frey’s son Black Walder slits Catelyn’s throat.