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'Game of Thrones' Season 2 Premiere Clips: Feeding the Dragon and Learning to Follow

March 29, 2012 (5:40 am) GMT
One of Daenerys' little dragons declines her offerings of meat, while Jon Snow gets reminded by the Lord Commander of Night's Watch about his nature as a steward.

Less than a week from "" season 2 premiere, more scenes from the episode are shared in newly released clips. The first one sees Daenerys trying to feed one of his dragons, but the little red winged-creature refuses her offerings of meat.

Two other clips highlight the Night's Watch, with one of them featuring the Lord Commander who tells Jon Snow that, in order to be a leader, he has to learn to follow. The other sneak peek, meanwhile, sees Tyrion who meets his nephew, King Joffrey, after returning from a battlefield.

"Game of Thrones" season 2 will kick off Sunday, April 1 at 9 P.M. ET on HBO. Dishing on the challenge faced by her character Dany in the first episode titled "The North Remembers", said, "You think you can't beat dragons, but actually the reality of that is that they're stuck in a wasteland."

She went on explaining, "And whilst having dragons is the kind of the biggest miracle that this world has seen, it's not going to put a roof over their heads or food on their table. That's the first struggle that you see her deal with."

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