Game of Thrones: Septa Unella meets Ser Gregor

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 The Winds of Winter

Septa Unella is captured and imprisoned by Cersei, who gleefully confesses to all of her sins, including killing her husband Robert Baratheon and her ongoing incestuous relationship with Jaime; Unella is then given to Ser Gregor to be tortured.

CERSEI: Confess. It felt good. Beating me, starving me, frightening me, humiliating me. You didn’t do it because you cared about my atonement. You did it because it felt good. I understand. I do things because they feel good. I drink because it feels good. I killed my husband because it felt good to be rid of him. I fuck my brother because it feels good to feel him inside me. I lie about fucking my brother because it feels good to keep our son safe from hateful hypocrites. I killed your High Sparrow and all his little sparrows all his septons, all his septas, all his filthy soldiers, because it felt good to watch them burn. It felt good to imagine their shock and their pain. No thought has ever given me greater joy. Even confessing feels good under the right circumstances. You’ve always been quiet. I said my face would be the last thing you saw before you died. Do you remember?
SEPTA UNELLA: Good. I’m glad to see your face. I’m ready to meet the gods.
CERSEI: What? Now? Today? You’re not going to die today. You’re not going to die for quite a while. Ser Gregor. This is Ser Gregor Clegane. He’s quiet, too. Your gods have forsaken you. This is your god now.











To be continued on the next post Game of Thrones: Tommen falls to death.
Source text: Wikipedia.


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