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[[Arya Stark|Arya]] and [[Joffrey Baratheon|Joffrey]] tell King [[Robert Baratheon|Robert]] very different stories. When [[Sansa Stark|Sansa]] claims she does not remember, Queen  [[Cersei Lannister|Cersei]] demands the death of a [[direwolf]]. With [[Nymeria]] gone, [[Lady (direwolf)|Lady]] is sentenced to death.
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[[Arya Stark|Arya]] and [[Joffrey Baratheon|Joffrey]] tell King [[Robert Baratheon|Robert]] very different stories concerning their [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 15|fight]] near the [[Trident]]. When [[Sansa Stark|Sansa]] claims she does not remember, Queen  [[Cersei Lannister|Cersei]] demands the death of a [[direwolf]]. With [[Nymeria]] gone, [[Lady (direwolf)|Lady]] is sentenced to death instead.
  
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
After four days of searching, [[Vayon Poole]] comes to [[Eddard Stark|Ned]] with news that [[Arya Stark|Arya]] has been found unharmed. Ned is relieved that it was [[Jory Cassel]] who found her rather than the [[Cersei Lannister|the Queen]]’s men. Unfortunately, the [[House Lannister|Lannister]] guards at the gate informed the Queen, who had Arya brought directly before King [[Robert Baratheon|Robert]].
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After four days of searching, [[Vayon Poole]] comes to [[Eddard Stark|Ned]] with news that [[Arya Stark|Arya]] has been found unharmed. Ned is relieved that it was [[Jory Cassel]] who found her rather than Queen [[Cersei Lannister|Cersei]]’s men. Unfortunately, the [[House Lannister|Lannister]] guards at the gate informed the queen, who had Arya brought directly before King [[Robert Baratheon|Robert]].
  
Ned rushes to the audience chamber of nearby Castle Darry, which has been hosting the king’s party during the search. He is dismayed to find the chamber full of people, preventing a private and amicable solution. Ned also notes that very few in the crowd are likely to be sympathetic to the Starks (most present are either Lannister men or loyal to [[Raymun Darry]], the local lord and a prominent [[Targaryen]] loyalist who lost family and fortune at the [[Battle of the Trident|Trident]]), although he is relieved that neither [[Jaime Lannister]] nor [[Sandor Clegane]] are present.
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Ned rushes to the audience chamber of nearby [[Castle Darry]], which has been hosting the king’s party during the search. He is dismayed to find the chamber full of people, preventing a private and amicable solution. Ned also notes that very few in the crowd are likely to be sympathetic to the Starks; most are either Lannister men or loyal to the local lord [[Raymun Darry]], a prominent [[Targaryen]] loyalist who lost family and fortune at the [[Battle of the Trident|Trident]]. However, Ned is relieved that neither [[Jaime Lannister]] nor [[Sandor Clegane]] are present.
  
Arya apologizes to Ned profusely as she cries. Ned turns angrily to the king, demanding to know why Arya was not brought to him first. Queen Cersei bridles at his tone, but Robert apologizes, explaining that he only wanted to finish the business quickly. Cersei then accuses Arya and [[Mycah]] of ambushing Joffrey with clubs while setting [[Nymeria]] to tear off his arm. When Joffrey affirms this, Arya calls him a liar.  After the king has listened to Arya’s side of the story, Lord [[Renly Baratheon|Renly]] begins snickering and asks Joffrey how a skinny nine-year-old girl managed to disarm him with a broom handle. When Joffrey recounts a very different story, King Robert is exasperated.
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Arya apologizes to Ned profusely as she cries. Ned turns angrily to the king, demanding to know why Arya was not brought to him first. Queen Cersei bristles at his tone but Robert apologizes, explaining that he only wanted to finish the business quickly. Cersei then accuses Arya and [[Mycah]] of ambushing Joffrey with clubs while setting [[Nymeria]] to tear off his arm. When Joffrey affirms this, Arya calls him a liar.  After the king has listened to Arya’s side of the story, Lord [[Renly Baratheon|Renly]] begins snickering and asks Joffrey how a skinny nine-year-old girl managed to disarm him with a broom handle. When Joffrey recounts a very different story, King Robert is exasperated.
  
Ned reminds the king that [[Sansa]] was also present and has Sansa brought in to testify. However, Sansa—torn between her love for Joffrey and her family—claims she doesn’t remember. This infuriates Arya, who lunges at Sansa. Cersei uses this as an example of how wild Arya is, and insists she wants Arya punished. The king, even more exasperated, orders Ned to discipline Arya while he will discipline Joffrey. Unsatisfied, Cersei demands that Nymeria be killed and offers 100 gold dragons for her pelt. However, since Nymeria has disappeared, Cersei demands the skin of the other direwolf. When Ned protests, Robert only responds that a direwolf is not a pet and that the girl would be happier with a dog.
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Ned reminds the king that [[Sansa Stark|Sansa]] was also present and has Sansa brought in to testify. However, Sansa—torn between her family and her love for Joffrey—claims she doesn’t remember. This infuriates Arya, who lunges at Sansa. Cersei uses this as an example of how wild Arya is, and insists she wants Arya punished. King Robert, even more exasperated, orders Ned to discipline Arya while he will discipline Joffrey. Unsatisfied, Cersei demands that Nymeria be killed and offers 100 gold dragons for her pelt. However, since Nymeria has disappeared, Cersei demands the skin of the other direwolf. When Ned protests, Robert only responds that a direwolf is not a pet and that the girl would be happier with a dog.
  
Sansa finally realizes that they are talking about ''her'' [[Lady (direwolf)|direwolf]], and goes crying to Ned. In a final attempt to save the direwolf, Ned insists that the king execute the wolf himself, Robert only walks away. Ned refuses to let [[Ilyn Payne]] do the task. When Cersei—suspicious of Ned’s intentions—ask why, Ned replies that the direwolf is from [[the North]] and deserves better than a butcher.
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Sansa finally realizes that they are talking about ''her'' [[Lady (direwolf)|direwolf]] and goes crying to Ned. In a final attempt to save the direwolf, Ned insists that the king execute the wolf himself but Robert only walks away. Ned refuses to let [[Ilyn Payne]] do the task. When Cersei voices suspicion about Ned’s intentions, Ned replies that the direwolf is from [[the North]] and deserves better than a butcher.
  
 
With Sansa’s cries in his ears, Ned goes to Lady. As he sits beside the wolf waiting for his [[Ice|sword]], Ned considers the names his children chose for their wolves and finds that Sansa chose a good name for her well-behaved wolf. After the deed is done, Ned commands four guardsmen to return Lady’s body to [[Winterfell]] for burial, insisting that Cersei will never have her skin.
 
With Sansa’s cries in his ears, Ned goes to Lady. As he sits beside the wolf waiting for his [[Ice|sword]], Ned considers the names his children chose for their wolves and finds that Sansa chose a good name for her well-behaved wolf. After the deed is done, Ned commands four guardsmen to return Lady’s body to [[Winterfell]] for burial, insisting that Cersei will never have her skin.
  
As he is returning, Sandor Clegane and his riders come back from the hunt. Clegane states that while they didn’t find Arya they did find her pet and drops a corpse at Ned’s feet. As he bends to uncover the corpse, Ned wonders what he will tell Arya. However, rather than Nymeria, the body turns out to be Arya’s friend Mycah, cut down from horseback. When Ned states that Clegane ran the boy down, the burned man responds, “He ran. But not very fast.”
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As he is returning, Sandor Clegane and his riders come back from the hunt. Clegane states that while they didn’t find Arya they did find her pet and drops a corpse at Ned’s feet. As he bends to uncover the corpse, Ned wonders how he will tell Arya. However, rather than Nymeria, the body turns out to be Arya’s friend Mycah, cut down from horseback. When Ned states that Clegane ran the boy down, the burned man responds, “He ran. But not very fast.”
  
 
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==External links==
 
* [http://blogoficeandfire.blogspot.com/2009/05/eddard-bran.html Humorous review of the chapter]
 
*[http://www.tor.com/blogs/2011/05/a-read-of-ice-and-fire-a-game-of-thrones-part-9 Summary and analyses of the chapter] by Leigh Butler.
 
*[http://towerofthehand.com/books/101/017/index.html Summary of the chapter] on Tower of the Hand.
 
 
==References and Notes==
 
 
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Eddard III
A Game of Thrones chapter
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POV Eddard Stark
Place Darry
Page US HC (Other versions)
Chapter chronology (All)
Eddard II
Sansa I  ← Eddard III →  Bran III

Eddard IV

Arya and Joffrey tell King Robert very different stories concerning their fight near the Trident. When Sansa claims she does not remember, Queen Cersei demands the death of a direwolf. With Nymeria gone, Lady is sentenced to death instead.

Synopsis

After four days of searching, Vayon Poole comes to Ned with news that Arya has been found unharmed. Ned is relieved that it was Jory Cassel who found her rather than Queen Cersei’s men. Unfortunately, the Lannister guards at the gate informed the queen, who had Arya brought directly before King Robert.

Ned rushes to the audience chamber of nearby Castle Darry, which has been hosting the king’s party during the search. He is dismayed to find the chamber full of people, preventing a private and amicable solution. Ned also notes that very few in the crowd are likely to be sympathetic to the Starks; most are either Lannister men or loyal to the local lord Raymun Darry, a prominent Targaryen loyalist who lost family and fortune at the Trident. However, Ned is relieved that neither Jaime Lannister nor Sandor Clegane are present.

Arya apologizes to Ned profusely as she cries. Ned turns angrily to the king, demanding to know why Arya was not brought to him first. Queen Cersei bristles at his tone but Robert apologizes, explaining that he only wanted to finish the business quickly. Cersei then accuses Arya and Mycah of ambushing Joffrey with clubs while setting Nymeria to tear off his arm. When Joffrey affirms this, Arya calls him a liar. After the king has listened to Arya’s side of the story, Lord Renly begins snickering and asks Joffrey how a skinny nine-year-old girl managed to disarm him with a broom handle. When Joffrey recounts a very different story, King Robert is exasperated.

Ned reminds the king that Sansa was also present and has Sansa brought in to testify. However, Sansa—torn between her family and her love for Joffrey—claims she doesn’t remember. This infuriates Arya, who lunges at Sansa. Cersei uses this as an example of how wild Arya is, and insists she wants Arya punished. King Robert, even more exasperated, orders Ned to discipline Arya while he will discipline Joffrey. Unsatisfied, Cersei demands that Nymeria be killed and offers 100 gold dragons for her pelt. However, since Nymeria has disappeared, Cersei demands the skin of the other direwolf. When Ned protests, Robert only responds that a direwolf is not a pet and that the girl would be happier with a dog.

Sansa finally realizes that they are talking about her direwolf and goes crying to Ned. In a final attempt to save the direwolf, Ned insists that the king execute the wolf himself but Robert only walks away. Ned refuses to let Ilyn Payne do the task. When Cersei voices suspicion about Ned’s intentions, Ned replies that the direwolf is from the North and deserves better than a butcher.

With Sansa’s cries in his ears, Ned goes to Lady. As he sits beside the wolf waiting for his sword, Ned considers the names his children chose for their wolves and finds that Sansa chose a good name for her well-behaved wolf. After the deed is done, Ned commands four guardsmen to return Lady’s body to Winterfell for burial, insisting that Cersei will never have her skin.

As he is returning, Sandor Clegane and his riders come back from the hunt. Clegane states that while they didn’t find Arya they did find her pet and drops a corpse at Ned’s feet. As he bends to uncover the corpse, Ned wonders how he will tell Arya. However, rather than Nymeria, the body turns out to be Arya’s friend Mycah, cut down from horseback. When Ned states that Clegane ran the boy down, the burned man responds, “He ran. But not very fast.”

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