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The people of Winterfell burn the bodies of the deceased, and get ready to party the night away. 

Daenerys tells Gendry in front of everyone that he's the Lord of Storm's End. He tells Arya before asking her to be his wife. 

She declines because she doesn't think she's cut out for that lifestyle, leaving him broken-hearted. 

Daenerys turns to Jon to get him to swear everyone who knows about his lineage to secrecy. 

He declines because he thinks it's something he has to tell his family. 

When the opportunity presents itself, he tells his siblings via Bran. Arya and Sansa plead their case because they don't think Daenerys can be trusted, causing even more problems. 

Sansa lets slip to Tyrion that she thinks Daenerys is bad news, and she follows that up with Jon's status as not a bastard. 

Tyrion and Varys later wonder whether Daenerys needs to be taken down. 

Rhaegal is murdered by Euron when the Iron Bank and him attack everyone on the way to Dragonstone. 

Daenerys almost gets Drogon killed when she has a rage-filled moment of weakness. 

Cersei tells the truth about the baby to Euron, and it only fuels his desire to have a child with her. 

Cersei says she has Missandei and Daenerys and what's remaining of her army show up at King's Landing. 

Tyrion pleads with Cersei to end the war before it starts, but she responds by having the Mountain kill Missandei. 

Bronn arrives and gears up to kill both Jaime and Tyrion ... until Tyrion offers up High Garden for him to live at. 

He says he will be back. 

Arya sets off with Clegane to start the war at King's Landing. 

Jon asks Tormund to take Ghost with him because he won't do well in the North. 

Gilly tells Jon that she's pregnant and she wants to name it after him. 

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Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4 Quotes

To Lord Gendry Baratheon of Storm’s End.


We’re here to say goodbye to our brothers and sisters, to our fathers and mothers, to our friends, our fellow men and women who set aside their differences to fight together and die together so that others might live. Everyone in this world owes them a debt that can never be repaid. It is our duty and our honor to keep them alive in memory for those who come after us, and those who come after them, for as long as men draw breath.