Daenerys clarifies her position by climbing onto Drogon and leading her three dragons to lay waste to the slavers? He screams as the other dogs join in. She tells them that she had agreed to meet with them as she was offering them a chance to surrender as Drogon flies up to meet them. Despite Davos' apprehension, the real thing is considered delicious. Acknowledging Euron will have his own pitch, they explain that Euron? They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant adverts on other sites. Meereen is under siege and the fleet of the masters is attacking the city. Jon spots Ramsay headed back to Winterfell, and he, Tormund, and Wun-Wun tear after the Warden of the North. Jon, Davos, and Tormund lay out their battle plan while Sansa listens from the side, excluded.
Which would have either meant the Boltons had to divide their attention to both sides, i. Wun-Wun the Giant and Tormund attempt to break through, but the shielded troops move forward, skewering Jon? Discussing Stannis Baratheon and Mance Rayder, Davos posits to Tormund their mistake might have been believing in kings. This is also fairly out of character given Jon's previous battle experience and that in the past he has kept himself under control and restrained his grief when necessary. From a distance, Littlefinger and Sansa observe as the Vale cavalry break the Bolton lines. The episode involves many great changes, twists and turns. Meanwhile, Daario arrives at the shore with a large Dothraki horde in tow. Agreeing there is no need for thousands to die, Jon offers to fight one-on-one instead.
In Winterfell, Jon Snow, Sansa, Davos and Tormund meet with Ramsay, and Jon Snow proposes a dispute between them instead of sacrificing lives in a battle. We all knew they had to fight but the build up to said-fight had just as much stakes. Tyrion's objection seems to boil down to Dany saying she would burn their cities, presumably including everyone there and not just the Masters. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information. Why Sansa withheld the information isn't clear, but the possibility she did it so she'd get the credit for the victory doesn't make her look any better.
I don't want to go too much on details about the story itself, since this is best experienced without knowing too much about what is going to happen. She rides Drogon into the bay as Rhaegal and Viscerion join them and they begin to burn the attacking fleet. The Bolton forces then march forward and surround the Stark supporters with a shield wall, and lower their spears. Strictly Necessary Cookies These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be switched off in our systems. Jon offers to settle it like the old days with a one on one fight with Ramsay. Tyrion charges the still-startled Yezzan with telling his people what happened? The priestess denies his request, reminding him that she serves the Lord of Light, not him. Dany wants to slaughter their army but Tyrion suggests talking to the masters offering terms of surrender.
I can safely say that this is my favorite Game of Thrones episode so far and season 6 is on it's way to become my favorite season. That, quite rightly belongs to Sansa, who in a scene filed under poetic justice feeds Ramsay to his own hunting hounds. Movie Title: Game of Thrones Creators: David Benioff, D. In a field outside of Winterfell, Jon Snow and his supporters meet with Ramsay Bolton and his contingent. Just give him a club like the one he had in Hardhome and he would have easily been able to break the circle the Boltons had closed around them, in a way similar to how Sauron dealt with the troops of the Last Alliance. Her former torturer tells her,? Furthermore, have Davos and his troops wait just a few minutes longer and they wouldn't have been within the circle but outside! Ramsay watches his imminent victory with glee from the safety of the high ground.
Admitting she knows nothing about battles, she advises Jon to not do what Ramsay wants. Given he was thrown off by grief when Ramsay murdered their little brother in front of him, in spite of Sansa's warning. He wastes a perfectly good shot against a distracted Jon because he figures he'll find some way to weasel out of fighting him fairly. Looking at the men, Ramsay comments his dogs have not been fed in a week. Weiss Directed by Miguel Sapochnik In response to the attack on Meereen, Daenerys decides she will crucify the Masters and destroy their cities. The Masters' soldiers abandon them, and Tyrion gives an ultimatum that one of the three masters must die, as punishment for their disobedience. She does admit, however, that the Lord of Light might only have brought Jon back to die in the battle anyway.
The bombing of Meereen was left frustratingly on the hook from last week so it was a logical place for the episode to begin. Was it because she didn't think Jon would be clear-headed enough to make the most of the Knights of the Vale? His game with Rickon: sending him back to Jon and murdering him when they reach each other is yet another high-point in his villainy. Storyline: While a civil war brews between several noble families in Westeros, the children of the former rulers of the land attempt to rise up to power. . Written by Every once in a while you come across something that you know outright to be a masterpiece. A lone figure at the centre, his back to the camera with his sword out-stretched. For the last two seasons the show has enjoyed breaking its own rules and messing with audience expectations.
It is the fifty-ninth episode of the series overall. Meanwhile Daario and the Dothraki attack the Sons of the Harpy. As Jon goes to see to Wun-Wun? That is until his men, led by Tormund back him up, Jon is no longer alone. If they had then Theon and Yara would have been in a better bargaining position, with the Mother of Dragons, and the city in their debt. Some fans are wondering if she's actually planning to betray Jon after Ramsay is taken care of, given if Jon had known another army was coming, this could have saved hundreds of lives in the existing Stark forces. Disturbed by his conversation with Sansa, Jon tells Melisandre she is not to bring him back should he fall in the battle. Now Daenerys has ships and the city is safe.
Razdal and Belicho shove Yezzan forward, but Grey Worm slashes Belicho and Razdal? Daenerys wants to destroy their cities but Tyrion convinces her to not incur in the same mistake of her father in King's Landing. Daenerys, Tyrion, Missandei and Grey Worm meet with the masters. Was it because she wanted the surprise advantage? This information might be about you, your preferences or your device and is mostly used to make the site work as you expect it to. Ramsay tells Jon to kneel and all will be pardoned. However the masters misunderstand and believe Daenerys want to surrender.
Jon scoffs at the obviousness of her suggestion, but Sansa insists that what's most obvious is they should have waited to build a stronger force. Did she not want to give Jon false faith on a plea she hadn't had answered yet? Did she not trust Jon to use the information properly? She rides Drogon and together with the two other dragons, they burn part of the fleet. Sansa walks away after having her fill of witnessing the carnage and in schadenfreude. Daenerys is intrigued by Yara, but states that, unlike their fathers, they will leave the world a better place? Was she waiting until Ramsay used up his forces battling the Stark forces so Ramsay's forces would be easier to defeat when the Knights of the Vale arrive later on? Was it because she was unsure of whether they were coming? Rickon is struck down and Jon, overcome with rage, loses sight of his side? Through his council, and her stipulations they have a new ally on their own terms. Or perhaps it is a mix of both, but his casual toss of Shaggydog's head and watching Rickon die still make him a very unsympathetic character who deserved his fate at the hands of Tormund Giantsbane.