Daenerys surveys the Walk of Punishment in Astapor. She offers a dying prisoner water, but he refuses it. Although Barristan Selmy advises that they leave immediately, Jorah Mormont argues otherwise. The Unsullied will only kill on command; they will not rape or pillage after a battle. When Ser Barristan recounts how loyal soldiers rallied around her brother Rhaegar, the last dragon, Dany says she wish she had known him. But, she reminds her advisors, "He was not the last dragon."
Through Missandei, the translator, Daenerys tells Kraznys she wants to purchase all 8,000 of his Unsullied. Daenerys negotiates the price of one dragon to cover the cost, upsetting Barristan and Mormont. Kraznys demands the biggest and Daenerys agrees, taking Missandei as part of the deal as well. Dany chastises Sers Barristan and Jorah for questioning her in public.
Tyrion takes possession of the royal ledgers from Littlefinger. Littlefinger assures Tyrion it will be easy to make the numbers behave and he thanks Tyrion for securing Ros' release when Cersei took her prisoner. Before leaving the whorehouse, Tyrion and Bronn usher Pod into a room for his reward. As thanks for saving Tyrion during the Battle of the Blackwater, Tyrion has engaged the services of three highly skilled girls to make Pod a man.
Perusing the books, Tyrion realizes that the kingdom is not just in debt to Lord Tywin, the Iron Bank of Braavos is owed tens of millions of gold dragons. But Tyrion and Bronn are rendered speechless when Pod returns with Tyrion's gold—the whores refused payment from the young squire.