Jaime by a campfire. I’d like to think…
... that this is the scene after he’s being sent home to King’s Landing without Brienne, and ends up deciding to go back for her. In the novels, there’s a vivid and very interesting dream involving his former brothers of the Kingsguard and Prince Rhaegar that precipitates this, and musings on Jaime’s part about how he dreamed of being like Ser Arthur Dayne, the Sword of the Morning, but instead became like the villainous madman, the Smiling Knight. We fear much of that will be gone, but we’d be pleased to learn otherwise.
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