On May 4 SpoilerTV posted a sneak peek for "The Laws of God and Men," the sixth episode of the fourth season of "Game of Thrones," which follows Tyrion has he prepares for his trial and Ramsay Snow faces off with Asha Greyjoy. The episode will focus mostly on events that are happening outside of Westeros as Stannis and Daenerys Stormborn both build their armies.
The thirty second promo opens with Asha Greyjoy having infiltrated the Dreadfort and demanding the whereabouts of her brother Theon. Ramsay Snow has broken Theon's spirit and he only responds to the name Reek and acts as Ramsay's servant. Ramsay shows up with his own men and begins to fight back against Asha's army in a bloody battle.
Meanwhile in King's Landing, word has reached the throne that Daenerys has crowned herself Queen of Meereen. Tywin, Cersei, Varys, Prince Oberyn and the rest of the council are discussing the possibility of her sailing to King's Landing to try to take the Iron Throne. Oberyn points out that everything is interested in something while he stares at the Iron Throne.
Jamie prepares for Tyrion's trial and he is brought out in chains to the throne room for his trial. Cersei and Tywin don't want Tyrion on trial, they just want him to confess that he killed Joffrey in front of everyone. Cersie and Tywin both believe he killed Joffrey, but only Jamie believes Tyrion is innocent and will offer to help Tyrion at the trial.
On May 4 Comicbook.com posted a video preview and synopsis for the episode, including a new picture of Tyrion while he is being held captive. Tyrion's trial begins which is evident by the episode's title, although it may be dragged out for several episodes. Tyrion will use his wit to try and cheat death for the second time by getting a trial by combat..
The episode will be structured much like episode five, where the action involving Stannis attempting to sail to Westeros and Daenerys ruling over Meereen will flip back and forth for the first half of the episode. Then the final half of the episode will be in King's Landing to show Tyrion's trial in one big piece. There are only four episodes left in the fourth season, which is expected to end in June.
HBO has already renewed the show for two more seasons and seven are expected to be completed. The sixth book in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, which the show is based on, will be released this summer. Each ten episode season covers half of one book, but the story has been altered so major events will be covered.