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 #347 In King's Landing, Tywin summons the High Sparrow and tells him that he will serve until Joffrey comes of age. The Sparrows and their man, Councillor Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish, plan to protect Sansa's and Arya's families in the event of a rebellion, but Margaery proposes marriage in exchange, saying that she will give him a son and a throne in her throne room. Lady Olenna later tells Cersei that she has lost and is preparing for her wedding. Tywin summons Ned to tell him what he should do about Sansa's death, but he ignores him and leaves with Brienne. Meanwhile, Sansa remains imprisoned in the castle as a witch for trying to poison Brienne.
Game of Thrones Episode #906 Lord Bolton arrives at Winterfell to take his vows as a Night's Watchman but is surprised when he learns that his brother was killed in the battle. Master Luwin tells Sansa that Arya is still alive and sending him to the Wall to warn her that she too can escape. Brienne and Pod continue their journey but Pod proves to be a not very useful squire.
Game of Thrones Episode #546 In Meereen, Tyrion arranges for Myrcella to marry Lyse Arryn in exchange for the North's independence and Sansa's safe return. Ned executes Tywin in his own way, then marches the Lannisters into the harbor with just his men, ignoring their pleas for Ser Loras' protection. In the Riverlands, Arya spots Trant accompanying Mace Tyrell, Margaery's father. Trant follows Arya to help her escape, but Arya kills Mace. In Meereen, Jorah and Daario seem to follow Daenerys, approaching her houses and forcing her to take steps to protect them. In Braavos, Gendry sees Daenerys and discusses the possibility of a deal with her to return to the fold.
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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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