Ser Arthur Dayne - Game of Thrones

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La gloria en el Fútbol : i want to see the tournament of harrenhal , and the battle of robert vs rhaegar, and the mad king death too.

Balrogs and Bagginses : Ned didn't die because it wasn't played by Sean Bean

Chris Edwards : Man this guy was only on screen for like three minutes and he's still one of the biggest badasses to have ever been on Game of Thrones

DkHaku : "I learned from Ser Arthur Dayne, the Sword of the Morning, who could have slain all five of you with his left hand while he was taking a piss with the right." - Jaime Lannister.

JureTheTerrible : we learned from Bronn that fighting with honor is not the way you get things done in Westeros..

Artem Yurov : The legend has it, that the wall was built to protect the white walkers from SER ARTHUR AKA BADASS DAYNE!

T0mat0S0up : 4 v 1 and Dayne still has time to twirl his blades around.

Rick W : One of the best scenes in history of show given whats in the tower!

Killian Brady : The Adventures of Arthur Dayne. Make it happen HBO, make it happen.

Retrova : Young Ned couldn't die because he hadn't yet become Sean Bean

Aaron David Kapner : People keep saying how unrealistic it is that Arthur Dayne (or anybody) would or could wield two swords. I didn't realize that a fantasy television show with dragons, giants, ice monsters, zombies, the dead being reanimated through magic, people traveling through the past in visions with the aid of men who are half-tree, Children of the Forest and whatever the fuck the Faceless Men are would have to be so realistic in its fight scenes. Did people complain this much about Lord of the Rings?

Farmer ned 6 : "The finest knight I ever saw was Ser Arthur Dayne, who fought with a blade called Dawn, forged from the heart of a fallen star. They called him the Sword of the Morning, and he would have killed me but for Howland Reed". ” – Eddard Stark to Bran Stark What the Feck is Bran muttering about?

octapusxft : The curse of Sean Bean is so strong that even another actor doing the same role he did got almost killed

jakethemuss3 : Another badass GOT character who we only get to see for a few short minutes.

Gusgusing Pintor : Why would bran think of honor when it's 6 vs 2..

The Republic of Bridger : Ned: Okay Howland we'll take him together. You go slowly on the left and I'll... Reed: No I'm taking him now! Ned: No, Howalnd! No!

Ballistic Monkey : A seasoned veteran of Dark Souls 3 vs. a gank party lol

Driver Nephi : “I looked for you on the Trident,” Ned said to them. “We were not there,” Ser Gerold answered. “Woe to the Usurper if we had been,” said Ser Oswell. “When King's Landing fell, Ser Jaime slew your king with a golden sword, and I wondered where you were.” “Far away,” Ser Gerold said, “or Aerys would yet sit the Iron Throne, and our false brother would burn in seven hells.” “I came down on Storm's End to lift the siege,” Ned told them, "and the Lords Tyrell and Redwyne dipped their banners, and all their knights bent the knee to pledge us fealty. I was certain you would be among them.” “Our knees do not bend easily,” said Ser Arthur Dayne. “Ser Willem Darry is fled to Dragonstone, with your Queen and Prince Viserys. I thought you might have sailed with him.” “Ser Willem is a good man and true,” said Ser Oswell. “But not of the Kingsguard,” Ser Gerold pointed out. “The Kingsguard does not flee.” “Then or now,” said Ser Arthur. He donned his helm. “We swore a vow,” explained old Ser Gerold. Ned's wraiths moved up beside him, with shadow swords in hand. They were seven against three. “And now it begins,” said Ser Arthur Dayne, the Sword of the Morning. He unsheathed Dawn and held it with both hands. The blade was pale as milkglass, alive with light. “No,” Ned said with sadness in his voice. “Now it ends.”"

WhiteRussianrock : I vote for a Ser Arthur Dayne prequel spinoff!


Jhon Alex : hes good, but he can defeat the FOOCKING LEGEND OF GIN ALLY?

chapmasi : I love the fact the shows producers managed to get the Yorkshire accent right on Young Ned Stark

J3SS3 H : My only real complaint about Ser Arthur Dayne in the show compared to who his character was in the books is at 4:25 when he is clearly about to kill a disarmed Ned Stark. That's out of character because Jaime remembers Ser Arthur Dayne as being the most chivalrous knight that there ever existed. One example in particular was when Ser Arthur Dayne was in the midst of battle fighting the Smiling Knight (who was basically described as The Mountain of their era). Ser Arthur destroyed the Smiling Knight's blade, but rather than kill him right then as any man would, he waited and told him to pick another sword before resuming their duel and finishing him off. Now THATS the Ser Arthur Dayne that I know of.

Awais Ali : Never seen a sword fight like that. Very well choreographed!

davideiceman : Had Ned brought Twenty Goodmen instead of six they would have won easily ...

Ramsey Brown : I hope there is a flashback with Jamie seeing Arthur Dayne saving him from the smiling knight

Sławoj Ch : There's amazing little detail. Look at the Ned's stance at 3:54 - the same as he fought Jaime Lannister in season 1. Love those little sweets from producers. :)

Tyler Hobbs : I really enjoyed this scene.

logan mcstien : Twirls swords to initiate fight like a whats up? taunt. Gives Ned the eyes like you can run now or die. Ned fights anyway. Ned kills him with Sword of the Morning and Ned gets killed by ice. Very fitting.

ny_kia31 : I love how matter of fact he talks in this scene. A man who is completely, utterly, sure of himself.

Abel S. Phoenix : I think the way he died was good. He remained the greatest swordsman who ever lived until the end because he was not defeated justly.

Formulka : I love how he is surrounded and within seconds herds them all to one side so it becomes easy for him to defend and awkward to them as they get in each others way

Temp3st60 : the man is a bloody Jedi

Alex Martell : 3:47 just like a videogame

coolzen26 : Ser Arthur Dayne was no joke!! completely badass in this scene!

The Professor : Give Arthur Dayne two valyrian steel swords and send him north of the wall. White walker problem will be no more.

Sweet Serenei : I loved seeing Arthur Dayne, wish we had more of the legend.  Such a awesome character, could have watched a series with him in it all day long

cqtaylor : The actor playing Ned sounds a little Irish.

FlashXLR : You can say whatever you want about the Mad King, but he knew how to pick his men. His Kingsgaurd's knights were beasts, nothing like the pussies we see today

wowthatsbs : In the books its 3 vs 7, wonder why they changed it to just 2 v 6

kalashin88 : Arthur dayne is like chuck norris version in game of thrones.

DarkRattle : Yo lets contact GOT and tell them we want to see more Arthur Dayne, how awesome was this battle? The actor is perfect, we need to see the smiling knight vs Arthur

The Proud Sun Bro. : Casual Arthur Dayne cant handle gankers

yeah : What a waste showing the best fighter in Game Of Thrones history only to kill him within a few minutes. Was a great fight scene though.

DeadshotYT : 3:47 Round 2, FIGHT

M A K O : Ser Gerold hightower was a great knight in his own right- captain of the kings guard, sat on the small council. they did him dirty here.

Sir Autsin : I'm re watching the show from the start and in Season 5 Ep. 1 before Mance Rayder is executed he says to Stannis Baratheon, "I wish you good fortune in the wars to come." Wonder if there's any connection.

Anunbis777 : 2:15 guy almost falls on his back hahaahhaahah

Benjamin Davison : It doesn't make any sense for Bran to be surprised that his dad didn't beat Dayne as Ned had already said in the show even that he would have died had Howland Reed not interceded and that Dayne was the greatest swordsman that ever was. What did Bran think had happened there?

Buzz Music : I hope young Robert Baratheon will appear too^^