[S1E10] King's Castle UPD
Bran Stark has a dream at Winterfell in which a three-eyed raven leads him to the castle's crypts, where he meets his father. After Bran wakes, Osha carries him to the crypt, where he finds young Rickon Stark with his wolf, Shaggydog. Rickon had the same dream. As the boys return to the courtyard, Maester Luwin opens a scroll with news of Ned's death.
[S1E10] King's Castle
In the throne room of the Red Keep, Joffrey listens as the bard Marillion is forced to sing a rude song about the royal family that he was caught performing at a tavern. Joffrey orders the singer's tongue cut out and then dismisses the court. He leads Sansa Stark to the castle's ramparts, where her father's head is displayed on a spear. Initially she's revolted, but when Joffrey forces her to look, Sansa's fear is replaced with quiet, seething anger. Joffrey promises to deliver Robb's head to her next, and Sansa replies: "Or maybe he'll give me yours," which earns her a brutal slap from Ser Meryn Trant.
At Castle Black, Jon Snow prepares to ride off into the night and join his brother's army. Samwell Tarly begs him not to leave, warning that he'll be killed as a deserter. Jon brushes past his friend. Farther down the road, Sam, Grenn and Pyp catch up with him. They surround Jon, repeating their vows and returning Longclaw to him. Begrudgingly, Jon returns to the castle. The next morning, Lord Commander Jeor Mormont tells Jon that he can't afford to punish every man who questions his oath. He'd have nothing but headless corpses to guard the realm. Besides, he needs Jon to join the force that Mormont will lead beyond the Wall. The Old Bear has decided to take the fight to the wildlings - and whatever else lives in the frozen forests. "When dead men and worse come hunting for us in the night," Mormont asks, "do you think it matters who sits on the Iron Throne?" The next day, the men of the Night's Watch arm themselves and ride out, unsure of what enemy they face.
At Winterfell, Bran has another dream of the Three-Eyed Raven. He wakes up and tells Osha about how the dream always ends with the bird flying into the crypts under the castle, and he tells her he thinks his father is in the tombs. Osha takes Bran down there, and Bran tells her about the histories of some of the ancestors entombed there. They are then surprised by Shaggydog, Rickon's direwolf, who leaps out at them from the empty future tomb of Eddard Stark. Rickon calls Shaggydog off, then reveals to Bran that he had the same dream. Making their way out, Osha is still trying to tell Bran that it could be a coincidence, but outside they see Maester Luwin, who holds a letter and looks at them with such sadness that it is obviously the news of Eddard's death.
At the Lannister camp, Lord Tywin is holding a strategy meeting with his generals, and is furious that Jaime has been captured by the Starks in the Battle of the Whispering Wood. Tywin's brother Kevan describes the war as a "catastrophe"; in addition to Jaime's aforementioned defeat, both Stannis and Renly have claimed the Iron Throne, meaning the Lannisters are now fighting a three-front war against the Starks to the north and the competing Baratheon forces to the south. Kevan and other commanders debate whether to attack, fall back and raise reinforcement armies, or sue for peace. Tyrion points out that any chance of negotiating with Robb Stark died when his father Eddard was executed. The Lannister army is now exposed, so Tywin decides to retreat to Harrenhal, the great castle on the northern shores of Gods Eye, and use it as a base of operations. Reluctantly impressed by Tyrion's astute judgment of the situation, Tywin orders his son to go to King's Landing and serve as Acting Hand of the King in Tywin's stead. He is to control Cersei and Joffrey and prevent the young king from making more idiotic mistakes, and kill Baelish, Varys, and Pycelle if he sees treachery. Tywin also orders Tyrion to leave his whore behind. Later on in his tent, Tyrion complains about his father to Shae, then decides to defy Tywin and take Shae to court anyway.
(Snow told Rapunzel the plan and then, they snuck into the castle. They wore their cloaks and they each held a basket of yellow flowers. Snow and Rapunzel approach the man and show him the baskets of flowers.)
The Professor's castle is the castle where the Professor used to live. In addition to Organization Central, the Professor's castle was, and remained, one of the principle bases of the Organization.
The Huntik team went to the Professor's castle in response to an invitation from the Professor, though they figured this invite to be a trap. Tricked by the Professor, Dante Vale parted with the Rings of the Legendary Titans Behemoth and Tao. S1E25 Though confronted with Overlos, the Legendary Titan of Immortality, the Huntik Foundation defeated the Professor due to some quick thinking on the part of Lok Lambert and betrayal from Rassimov. S1E26
After recruiting help from Grier, the Huntik team returned to the Professor's castle in order to recover Organization files about Rassimov. Unable to ally with the new head of the Organization, Wilder, Grier took Wilder to Sutos Island and took control of the Professor's castle as the new leader of the Organization. S2E46
Borros demands that the kids not fight under his roof, and we're reminded of how much lip-service the lords of the Seven Kingdoms pay to the safety of their guests. Until they suddenly and bloodily don't. Borros may be a boor, but he's no Walder Frey, and Luke makes it out of the castle un-murdered.
Jace goes to confront the lords and Daemon, succeeding in having preventing Daemon from leaving the castle. Daemon then takes the young Prince to witness the two Kingsguards swear their fealty to Rhaenyra as their Queen. 041b061a72