Last words in Game of Thrones media

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Following is a collection of last words spoken by characters in the television series, Game of Thrones.

Season 1[edit]

  • You're not supposed to be here. No one's supposed to be here. It's a mercy, he's dead already.
    • Who: Unnamed assassin
    • Source: Episode 1x2, "The Kingsroad"
    • Note: Spoken to Catelyn Stark, upon seeing that she is in the room with his target, her comatose son Bran. After struggling with Catelyn, his throat is ripped out by Bran's direwolf, Summer.
  • Dany, Dany tell them, make them, make them. You can't, please. DANY, PLEASE!
    • Who: Viserys Targaryen
    • Source: Episode 1x6, "A Golden Crown"
    • Note: After threatening Daenerys to try and force Khal Drogo to help him gain his crown, character is restrained by Khal Drogo's guards and begs Daenerys to call them off. Daenerys watches impassively as Khal Drogo "crowns" Viserys with a pot of molten gold, killing him.
  • My memory...hehe. King Robert Baratheon...murdered by a pig. Give me something for the pain, and let me die.
    • Who: King Robert Baratheon
    • Source: Episode 1x7, "You Win or You Die"
    • Note: Character has been mortally wounded by a boar he was hunting. He clings to life long enough to entrust his kingdom to the regency of his friend Ned Stark until his "son" Joffrey comes of age. Ned knows that Joffrey is in fact not Robert's child, but cannot bring himself to hurt his friend on his deathbed with the truth.
  • What do we say to the god of death?
    • Who: Syrio Forel
    • Source: Episode 1x8, "The Pointy End"
    • Note: Spoken after fighting off four Lannister guardsmen to protect Arya Stark, before finally being disarmed by Ser Meryn Trant. He refuses to flee with Arya, and instead utters this line, harkening back to an earlier lesson. Arya responds correctly with "Not today" and makes her escape. Syrio is presumed dead, but his final fate is not shown.
  • My horse...blood of my blood...no, I must ride.
    • Who: Khal Drogo
    • Source: Episode 1x9, "Baelor"
    • Note: Character has become deathly ill from an infected wound and fallen from his horse, which among the Dothraki means he is no longer fit to be Khal. He slips further into fever and delirium, prompting Daenerys to order Mirri Maz Duur to save him with blood magic. Mirri's ritual, however, only returns character to a catatonic state despite killing his and Daenerys' unborn child. Seeing that character has no hope of recovery, Daenerys smothers him with a pillow.
  • I am Eddard Stark, Lord of Winterfell and Hand of the King. I come before you to confess my treason in the sight of gods and men. I betrayed the faith of my king and the trust of my friend, Robert. I swore to protect and defend his children, but before his blood was cold, I plotted to murder his son and seize the throne for myself. Let the High Septon and Baelor the Blessed bear witness to what I say: Joffrey Baratheon is the one true heir to the Iron Throne, by the grace of all the gods, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm.
    • Who: Eddard Stark
    • Source: Episode 1x9, "Baelor"
    • Note: Eddard falsely confesses to treason in order to save his daughters, though he has also been promised his own life will be spared. Joffrey breaks this promise and orders that Ned be beheaded.
  • You will not hear me scream!
    • Who: Mirri Maz Duur
    • Source: Episode 1x10, "Fire and Blood"
    • Note: After character betrays Daenerys, causing the deaths of Khal Drogo as well as Daenerys' unborn child, character says the above as Daenerys binds her to Khal Drogo's funeral pyre.

Season 2[edit]

  • I never liked crossbows. Take too long to load!
    • Who: Yoren
    • Source: Episode 2x3, "What is Dead May Never Die"
    • Note: Character, a Night's Watch recruiter, has been confronted by Lannister soldiers looking for Gendry, a boy in Yoren's caravan. After refusing to disarm, and being shot by a Lannister crossbow, he says this line, charging the Lannister soldiers as he shouts the second part. Ultimately he is overpowered and executed by the leader of the soldiers, Ser Amory Lorch.
  • No. You'll have to carry me.
    • Who: Lommy Greenhands
    • Source: Episode 2x3, "What is Dead May Never Die"
    • Note: Character, a teenage Night's Watch recruit, has been wounded in a fight with Lannister soldiers and taken captive along with Arya, Hot Pie, and Gendry. When asked by Polliver, a Lannister soldier, if he can walk, he responds with the above line. He is then killed out of hand by Polliver, who mocks character's request to be carried by his captors.
  • Please bring my terms to your son. I believe we are natural allies, I hope he feels the same. Together, we can end this war in a fortnight.
    • Who: Renly Baratheon
    • Source: Episode 2x5, "The Ghost of Harrenhal"
    • Note: Negotiating the terms of an alliance with Catelyn Stark, character is then stabbed by a shadow creature birthed earlier by Melisandre.
  • Hush now, child. I'm off to see your father
  • Gods help you, Theon Greyjoy. Now you are truly lost.
    • Who: Ser Rodrik Cassel
    • Source: Episode 2x6, "The Old Gods and the New"
    • Note: Character is about to be executed by Theon Greyjoy for openly disrespecting him after Theon captures Winterfell. Character says the first line to calm a frantic Bran Stark, referring to Ned Stark who was killed in Season 1. He then addresses the final line to Theon himself, who had been raised by character and the rest of the Stark household as a ward.
  • They will be waiting a long time.
    • Who: Pyat Pree
    • Source: Episode 2x10, "Valar Morghulis"
    • Note: Character has welcomed Daenerys Targaryen "home" as he chains her inside the House of the Undying. Daenerys responds that her home is across the sea where her people are waiting for her. Character responds with the above line, after which Daenerys commands her dragons to incinerate him.
  • We are...the watchers...on the Wall.
    • Who: Qhorin Halfhand
    • Source: Episode 2x10, "Valar Morghulis"
    • Note: Having been captured by the wildlings, character provokes a fight with fellow prisoner Jon Snow in order to allow Jon to gain the wildlings' trust and infiltrate their army by killing him. The line, spoken after being mortally wounded, is taken from the Night's Watch vows, reminding Jon of his duty.

Season 3[edit]

  • I'll chop the hands off the next man who calls me bastard!
    • Who: Craster
    • Source: Episode 3x4, "And Now His Watch is Ended"
    • Note: Character has just been insulted by the Night's Watch men he is sheltering, who have become fed up with the meager food they've been given and Craster's remarks about their wounded. Karl, a Night's Watch brother finally pushed beyond the breaking point, deliberately calls character a bastard again. Craster lunges at Karl, but is fatally stabbed by him.
  • Unhand her. I shall have your head for this!
    • Who: Lord Commander Jeor Mormont
    • Source: Episode 3x4, "And Now His Watch is Ended"
    • Note: Character has just watched one of his Night's Watch men, Karl, kill their host Craster (see above). Karl then grabs one of Craster's daughter-wives, demanding to know where their food is hidden, prompting the above line. Character moves to fight Karl, but is stabbed in the back by another disgruntled Night's Watch brother, Rast.
  • I am your master! Kill her! Kill her!
    • Who: Kraznyz mo Nakloz
    • Source: Episode 3x4, "And Now His Watch is Ended"
    • Note: Character has just traded 8,000 Unsullied slave soldiers to Daenerys Targaryen for her dragon, Drogon. Daenerys orders the Unsullied to kill all the slavers in Astapor and free their slaves. Character speaks the above, trying to order the Unsullied to kill Daenerys, but they ignore him since he is no longer their owner. Daenerys then orders Drogon (whose loyalty cannot be bought or traded) to incinerate character.
  • Kill me, and be cursed. You are no king of mine.
    • Who: Rickard Karstark
    • Source: Episode 3x5, "Kissed by Fire"
    • Note: As vengeance for his sons' death, Karstark murders two captive Lannister boys; Robb executes him for treason. Character reminds Robb that they are distantly related, not because he thinks it will save him, but as a taunt: killing a member of your own family is one of the most damning sins in their shared religion.
  • Eddard. Don't you want to teach little Ned Stark how to ride horses?
    • Who: Queen Talisa
    • Source: Episode 3x9, "The Rains of Castamere"
    • Note: After giving her husband, Robb Stark, the news that she is pregnant, character proposes the name Eddard if the child is a boy. Shortly afterward, she is stabbed repeatedly in the stomach by Lothar Frey, the first victim of the Red Wedding's bloodshed.
  • On my honor as a Tully, on my honor as a Stark, LET HIM GO, or I will cut your wife's throat!
    • Who: Catelyn Stark
    • Source: Episode 3x9, "The Rains of Castamere"
    • Note: In the midst of the carnage of the Red Wedding, character siezes Lord Walder Frey's young wife, Joyeuse, and holds her at knifepoint in a desperate attempt to bargain for the life of her son, Robb. Lord Walder casually responds that he'll find another wife, and Roose Bolton delivers the final blow to Robb, stabbing him through the heart. Catelyn then carries out her threat, and stares in horror at her son's body for a moment before her throat is cut in turn by Black Walder Frey.
  • Mother.
    • Who: Robb Stark
    • Source: Episode 3x9, "The Rains of Castamere"
    • Note: Character has just been wounded by crossbow bolts during the Red Wedding, and is now witnessing his mother, Catelyn holding Walder Frey's wife at knifepoint to barter for his life. Immediately afterward, he is stabbed through the heart by Roose Bolton.

Season 4[edit]

  • Carry me?
    • Who: Polliver
    • Source: Episode 4x1, "Two Swords"
    • Note: Character is being held at swordpoint by Arya Stark, who plans to kill him as revenge for killing her friend (see Lommy Greenhands, S2E3) and taking her sword, Needle. Arya repeats the lines character had said during the above deeds. Character initially doesn't recognize Arya and utters the above in confusion, but realizes the truth as Arya continues her recitation. Arya then stabs him through the neck with Needle, just as Polliver had done to Lommy.
  • No. [begins coughing] No. You'll wait here un... [continues coughing more forcefully] [Tyrion: Your Grace?] It's nothing. [continues coughing and gasping uncontrollably]
    • Who: Joffrey Baratheon
    • Source: Episode 4x2, "The Lion and the Rose"
    • Note: After drinking the wine he ordered his uncle Tyrion to serve him, character begins coughing and gasping uncontrollably. He chokes to death immediately thereafter, apparently the victim of poison.