In the Game of Thrones Season 4 finale, Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) once again managed to escape death, but not before causing a few deaths of his own. Now that Tyrion’s a fugitive, what’s in store in Season 5 for the Imp?
Warning! This article contains spoilers from the A Song of Ice and Fire book series, click away now if you don’t want to know!
To Pentos! In the books, Tyrion’s first stop in exile is at the estate of Illyrio Mopatis in Pentos. We have seen this estate before in the pilot; it’s where Dany and Viserys are staying.
New companions. While there, Illyrio arranges for Tyrion to be sent to Dany to offer his counsel. Tyrion is sent away with some new pals, including Griff and Young Griff, new character Tyrion eventually figures out are actually Jon Connington, an exiled former Hand to King Aerys (and Rhaegar Targaryen’s BFF), and Aegon, Rhaegar’s long-believed-dead son. Yeah, you read that right: There's another Targ in town.
Captured! Twice! During their journey east, these three stop in the city of Volantis. While there, Tyrion visits a whorehouse, where he bumps into Jorah Mormont. Jorah captures Tyrion, planning to take him to Dany to make up for his earlier sins. However, during their journey, they’re also captured (sensing a theme?).
Slavery. Tyrion and Jorah are sold into slavery, along with a third companion they pick up on the way, Penny, a dwarf who performed at Joffrey’s wedding. Eventually, they make it to Meereen and their slave master dies, and they are able to escape and flee to the Second Sons, just as Yunkai is going to war with Meereen.
Obviously, the show can condense and change a lot of what happens with Tyrion since his storyline introduces a lot of new locations and characters, but we’ll have to wait until next spring to find out!
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