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– A beautiful, naked woman being ravished by four little men who resemble the dwarf servitor.
– A feast of slaughtered corpses holding cups, spoons, and food, with a dead man with a wolf’s head sitting on a throne wearing an iron crown, apparently foreshadowing the Red Wedding.
– Daenerys’ childhood home with the red door in Braavos.
– A throne room with dragon skulls on the walls where a king resembling Aerys II Targaryen sits on a barbed throne and appears to give the order to burn the Red Keep during the Sack of King’s Landing.
– A room where a silver-haired man (presumably Rhaegar Targaryen) names his son Aegon, says the child is „the prince that was promised”, then plays a harp.
– A „splendor of wizards” who falsely claim to be the Undying of Qarth and offer to teach Daenerys the secret speech of dragonkind.
– Viserys Targaryen’s gruesome death.
– A tall lord with copper-skin and silver-gold hair beneath a banner of a fiery stallion, with a burning city in the background (this may be a glimpse at what Rhaego’s future would have been).
– A dying prince (likely Rhaegar Targaryen) mutters a woman’s name with his last breath, rubies flying from his chest.
– A blue-eyed king who casts no shadow (possibly Stannis Baratheon) raises a red sword in his hand.
– A cloth dragon sways on poles amidst a cheering crowd.
– A great stone beast takes wing from a smoking tower, breathing shadows.
– Daenerys’s silver trots through grass to a darkling stream under a sea of stars.
– A corpse standing at the prow of a ship with bright eyes and grey smiling lips.
– A blue flower growing from a chink in a wall of ice, filling the air with sweetness. (This could indicate Jon Snow’s true parentage and potential kinship to Daenerys)

Upon reaching the chamber of the Undying, Daenerys is spoken to in a barely perceptible whisper. The Undying call her „mother of dragons” and „child of three” and tell her some prophesies, saying „three fires must you light… one for life and one for death and one to love… three mounts must you ride… one to bed and one to dread and one to love… three treasons will you know… once for blood and once for gold and once for love…”