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'Game of Thrones' season 4 spoilers: Episode 5-7 titles revealed

The first half of fourth season of the popular medieval fantasy drama "Game of Thrones" is nearly over and now three more episode titles have been revealed. On April 22 Nerdist broke the news that episodes five through seven of the new season have titles and plot summaries which have officially been released. The episode titles contain spoilers that reveal plot lines from the book series.

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The fifth episode, which is scheduled to air on May 4, will be called "First of His Name," which is a phrase often used in the series. The episode will feature Cersei (Lena Headey) and Tywin figuring out the next move for King's Landing as the new king has yet to come of age. Jon Snow is given a new mission while the wildlings prepare to attack the Wall. Daenerys Stormborn make a plan for her future of battle after the events freeing recent slaves.

"The Laws of God and Men" will be the title of the sixth episode airing May 11, and will focus on Stannis and Davos making a plan to take King's Landing. Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) will finally face his trial for being arrested for Joffrey's murder, which may vary from the outcome in the book series based on previous episodes. Daenerys will consider her options and possibly make an alliance.

The seventh episode, airing on May 18, will be entitled "Mockingbird" and features Jon Snow continuing the warn everyone about the attack on the Wall with no one listening. Dany and Daario are at odds because he wants more trust from her. Brienne continues her search for Sansa with a friendly companion.

According to Comic Book Movie, the next several episodes will air concurrently without breaks. So episode four will air this weekend and episodes five through seven will air throughout the month of May. The ten episode season will conclude on HBO in June, most likely without taking a week break in between episodes.

The upcoming fourth episode, "Oathkeeper" is taken straight from the books and is named for the sword that Jamie gives Brienne to find Sansa. Tyrion will gain an unlikely ally in preparation for his trial and Cersei wants revenge for Joffrey's death. The series continues to break ratings records and has already been renewed by HBO for a fifth and sixth season, with a seventh planned.