We trained an AI on real episodes of Game of Thrones so it could learn to create new ones. These episodes of Game of Thrones are automatically generated by a computer and do not really exist:
Game of Thrones Episode #345 Lord Stark has been injured while hunting and is forced to abandon his family. He decides to return to King's Landing. Jon Snow is invited by Stannis Baratheon to serve him. Tyrion arrives in King's Landing with the news that Catelyn stays in Bran's mind while he recovers from his fall. They discuss a possible return to the Kingsguard, but Snow wants to avoid conflict. Jon Snow is tempted by the job, but his friends convince him to take it. In the Vale, Ygritte sees Jorah Mormont and gives a sword to him to protect her and to help her escape. Grey Worm and the Unsullied attack the Unsullied, but Grey Worm kills two of them with her bow.
Game of Thrones Episode #970 Lord Stark arrives at Winterfell and reunites with Bran. He also points the finger at Ned. A captive Tyrion helps Robb, but is not welcomed to enter the house where Joffrey is to be tried. At Harrenhall, Arya gives birth to a son. Luwin tries to calm down her men, and Jaqen offers a quick death. Daenerys finds out about Joffrey's lineage.
Game of Thrones Episode #986 Jon and Samwell are having lunch in a brothel and after a moment of reluctance, Samwell tells that Jon is really Arya's father. As far as Sansa is concerned, the Lannisters are the enemy and she decides to visit them in the dungeon. However, she is not as fortunate. Marketable in by Brienne, Sansa, and Petyr Baelish, Sansa escapes with Dontos to a ship where she is welcomed. They are informed about the existence of a traitor inside the Seven Kingdoms and that the North is in danger.
Content Warning: We do not have full control over the the output of the AI, so some of the episodes generated may be inappropriate for children.
Show History: Game of Thrones is an HBO medieval fantasy series that ran from 2011-2019, set in the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos. Adapted from the first book in George R. R. Martin's fantasy novel series "A Song of Ice and Fire", it depicts the voilent struggle for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros.
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