Game of Thrones: The Trial at the Great Sept of Baelor Part 3

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 The Winds of Winter

Inside the Sept, Margaery becomes suspicious of both Cersei and Tommen’s absence and tries to warn the crowd to leave, but the Faith Militant blocks the doors.

MARGAERY: There’s something wrong.
HIGH SPARROW: You have nothing to fear, Your Grace. The trial will begin shortly.
MARGAERY: Cersei is not here. Tommen is not here. Why do you think they’re not here?
HIGH SPARROW: If the accused is not here, she will be tried regardless. We cannot escape the justice of the gods–
MARGAERY: Forget about the bloody gods and listen to what I’m telling you. Cersei understands the consequences of her absence and she is absent anyway, which means she does not intend to suffer those consequences. The trial can wait. We all need to leave. We all need to leave now.

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To be continued on the next post Game of Thrones: The Trial at the Great Sept of Baelor Part 4.
Source text: Wikipedia.

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Game of Thrones: At the Great Sept of Baelor Part 2

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 06 Blood of My Blood

Later, in the Throne Room, KING TOMMEN, WHO HAS AGREED TO UNITE THE FAITH AND THE CROWN, relieves Jaime of his duties on the Kingsguard, and send him to the north to lead their army in help to Walder Frey to recover Riverrun from Blackfish.

HIGH SPARROW: Together we announce a new age of harmony. A holy alliance between the Crown and the Faith.
CROWD: Long live King Tommen and bless you, Queen Margaery!
TOMMEN: The Crown and the Faith are the twin pillars upon which the world rests. Together we will restore the Seven Kingdoms to glory.
LORD TYRELL: What’s happening?
OLENNA TYRELL: He’s beaten us. That’s what’s happening.

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TOMMEN: When you attack the Faith, you attack the Crown. Anyone who attacks the Crown is unfit to serve as Lord Commander of the Kingsguard.
JAIME: I’ve been a member of the Kingsguard since before you were born. You don’t have to do this. You don’t have to do anything.
TOMMEN: I have to answer to the gods.
JAIME: Not when you’re sitting in that chair.
TOMMEN: The Crown’s decision on this matter is final.
JAIME: Will I be walking naked in the streets? Or will I spend a few months in the sept dungeons first to teach me about the gods’ mercy?
TOMMEN: You have served your house and your king faithfully for many years. And you will continue to do so. But not in this city.

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Source text: Wikipedia.