Game of Thrones Season 5: Hardhome Part 5

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The fifth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones was premiered on April 12, 2015. It adapts material from “A Feast for Crows” and “A Dance with Dragons”, the fourth and fifth novels in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, as well as original material that does not appear in Martin’s novels. Click to listen Game of Thrones Main Title. Click to Download Game of Thrones Episode Hardhome (S05E08) by Torrent (MP4 448 MB 720p).

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Hardhome

Episode S05E08: Hardhome. Directed by Miguel Sapochnik. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Original Air Date: May 31, 2015. Sinopse: Cersei refuses to confess her sins. Qyburn informs her that Pycelle has sent for Kevan to serve as the King’s Hand, and that “the work continues”. Arya assumes the identity of Lana, an oyster seller. Jaqen tells her to learn everything about a man who takes wagers on whether or not ships arrive at their destinations, and then poison him. Olly asks Sam why Jon trusts the wildlings, to which Sam replies that he has no other choice; otherwise they don’t stand a chance against the army of the dead. Sansa asks Reek why he told Ramsay about her escape plans, and he says there is no escape. He then finally reveals that he faked the deaths of her younger brothers. Ramsay suggests to his father that they move on Stannis and asks for twenty good men. In Meereen, Tyrion convinces Daenerys to spare Jorah’s life and exile him again. Jorah instead goes back to Yezzan and asks permission to fight in the pits. Daenerys accepts Tyrion into her council. Arriving at Hardhome, Jon and Tormund manage to convince about five thousand wildlings to come back with them, showing them the dragonglass and offering them lands south of the Wall. Hardhome is suddenly attacked by an army of wights, and Jon and the other rangers help defend it. A White Walker attacks Jon, but is killed by Jon’s Valyrian steel-sword. As Jon, the other rangers and the wildlings sail away, they witness the Night’s King reanimating the deceased wildlings who rise from the dead as wights. Source: Wikipedia.

At the Wall

Gilly treats Sam’s wounds, before Olly asks for a word with Sam in private. Olly asks Sam why Jon trusts the wildlings, noting that the wildlings, including Tormund, attacked his village and killed his family. Sam explains that Jon had to make a difficult decision, and that they have no chance of defeating the army of the dead without help from the wildlings.

In Winterfell

Reek brings food to Sansa, who remains locked in her chamber. She asks Reek why he told Ramsay about her escape plans, and Reek replies that there is no escape from Ramsay. When he tries to leave, Sansa confronts him about murdering Bran and Rickon, but Reek confesses that he was unable to find them, and killed two farm boys instead and passed off their charred remains as that of the Stark children.

Sansa: Why? Why, Theon?
Theon: I’m not Theon. There is no Theon. Reek.
Sansa: Reek. Why did you tell him, Reek?
Theon: I was helping you. You wanted to escape. There is no escape. Not ever. Theon Greyjoy tried to escape. The master knew. He knows everything. He hunted him and caught him and strapped him to a cross and cut away piece after piece until there was no Theon left.
Sansa: Good. If it weren’t for you, I’d still have a family. If I could do what Ramsay did to you right here, right now, I would.
Theon: I deserved everything. I deserve to be Reek. I did terrible things. Turned on Robb. Captured Winterfell. Killed those boys.
Sansa: They weren’t “those boys.” They were Bran and Rickon. They were your brothers. You’ve known them since they were born.
Theon: They weren’t. They were only–
Sansa: Only what?
Theon: I can’t.
Sansa: Tell me.
Theon: I can’t, not unless the master says.
Sansa: Tell me. They weren’t what?
Theon: They weren’t–
Sansa: Tell me why Bran and Rickon should be gone while you still breathe the air. Tell me to my face, Theon. Tell me that they weren’t your brothers!

Theon: They weren’t Bran and Rickon! I couldn’t find them. It was two farm boys. I killed them and burned them so no one would know.
Sansa: You didn’t? Do you know where they went, Bran and Rickon?
Theon: I can’t talk to you anymore.
Sansa: Theon, you have to tell me. Do you have any idea where–
Theon: Not Theon! Reek!

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In the great hall, Roose and his advisors plan for battle with Stannis’ army. Roose plans to wait out the invaders, noting that with Winterfell fully repaired and supplied, they are better prepared for a siege than Stannis. Ramsay insists that the Boltons should take the fight to Stannis, and asks his father for 20 good men.

Roose: Our scouts tell us he’s got no more than 6,000 men. More than half of those are mounted, however. And how high do Stannis’s horses jump? Our walls have been fully repaired. The gates have been reinforced. We have enough food for six months. We are more prepared for a siege than they could ever be. All we have to do is wait for them to freeze, starve, and mutiny. You disagree?
Ramsay: Stannis isn’t from the North. You are, Father. I think you’re missing an opportunity to show the people of the North how House Bolton treats southern invaders.
Roose: And what do you recommend?
Ramsay: That we not sit and wait for Stannis to decide what sort of fight this is going to be. That we hit first and hit hard and leave a feast for the crows.
Roose: A smart commander does not abandon a defensive advantage. As long as we stay behind these walls, they can’t touch us. Not to mention that the snow is so deep, we couldn’t get an army through to engage them even if we wanted to.
Ramsay: I don’t need an army. I need 20 good men.

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