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This is a scene from what we’ve been told is the inn by the crossing, where the scene has been moved (in the books, it’s a pivotal scene that takes place at Castle Darry, but that’s been dropped from the show). Sean Bean as Lord Eddard is in the same outfit as seen in the first official still of him, a leather jerkin over a quilted tunic or surcoat. Again we see his sword belt with a fine sword in it, and the direwolf head studs on it. Nice!
Next to him is Maisie Williams as Arya Stark, in a white and grey-blue gown with sort of knotted ... ruffling or something (a fashion designer I am not—please feel free to suggest alternative terms!). Behind her is Wilko Johnson looking sinister as the King’s Justice, Ser Ilyn Payne, wearing black leather and with the hilt of his executioner’s sword poking up over his shoulder. There are a few extras about, including a Lannister guard, but behind Ned is Jory Cassel, the captain of Lord Stark’s guard, played by Jamie Sives—he has a wig on and rather long hair, which Linda approves of. The costuming here is pretty much spot on to what many people likely imagined for Eddard and company.
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