"Every night it's the same."
Bran Stark wakes from another dream in which he sees the world through his wolf Summer's eyes. He tells Maester Luwin that he hunts in a wolf's body as he sleeps and reminds him his dream about his father's death came true. Luwin nods gently and replies, "But how many dreams have you had that haven't come true?" He shows the boy a link of Valyrian steel on his maester's chain - bestowed for the study of magic - and explains that it's not unusual for a young man to dream of controlling mystical powers. But such things no longer exist.
Lady Catelyn Stark arrives at King Renly Baratheon's camp to find the end of a tournament taking place. Brienne of Tarth - a woman of massive size and even greater fighting skill - dispatches Loras Tyrell, one of the most famous knights in Westeros. As a reward, Renly accepts Brienne's request to serve in his Kingsguard and then walks off with Catelyn. He promises the widow justice for Ned's death, but Cat is not impressed with his preparations for war. "It's a game to you, isn't it? They are the knights of summer, and winter is coming," Cat says.