The Young Dragon considers charming Ser Jarwen for an important task, securing a watering place when the army marches through the desert.
King Daeron requires knights to help locate the Dornish army, which has been keeping its position obscure.
The previous day's unexpected tidings prove to be hopeful indeed, once more information arrives at Sunspear.
Unexpected tidings from the Planky Town causes confusion and then hope in Sunspear.
The Sand Dog sorties out of Yronwood, breaking out of the siege despite the efforts of the king's men to stop them.
The king's army reaches Yronwood, expecting to lift the siege ... and discovering to their surprise that the Dornishmen have seized the castle before he could arrive.
Concerned with the state of the situation about Yronwood, King Daeron consults certain knights.
A rising flood gives King Daeron an unexpected -- and dangerous -- opportunity to force a desperate crossing.
The Young Dragon surveys the enemy holding the far bank of the river that cuts across the Boneway. Ser Alek Reyne advises him.
The Dornish make a stand before an earthen rampart and dike they've made to block the king's progress down the Boneway. A furious battle follows. Afterwards, a surprising prisoner is recovered.
The king's forces continue their progress up the Boneway, despite the Dornish raids on the line of march. Ser Dalton Florent, tasked with command of a guarding troop of archers and Braavosi crossbowmen, consults with the king and Ser Sarmion after the most recent attack.
King Daeron discusses the progress of his march with Ser Dalton Florent, a veteran of his campaign to conqueor Dorne.
Reports from outriders lead the king to make a decision that will soon prove serendipitous.
Prince Marence discusses his daughter's education with her tutor, Elicia Yronwood.
The king's forces join those of Ser Sarmion Baratheon, who has led a march from the Dornish Marches. They discuss the respective dispositions of their forces and how they will proceed in the face of Dornish resistance.