The sixth season of the fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones was ordered by HBO on April 8, 2014, together with the fifth season, and premiered on April 24, 2016. In contrast to the previous seasons, it largely consists of original content not found in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series.
Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 05 The Door
No. 605. Title: The Door. Directed by Jack Bender. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Original Air Date: May 22, 2016. Sinopse: Sansa meets Petyr Baelish, who offers the support of the Vale and tells her that Brynden Tully is gathering an army at Riverrun; she refuses his help. Jon and Sansa leave Castle Black to gather support from the other Northern houses. In Braavos, Arya trains with the waif and is given a second chance to prove her loyalty by killing an actress. Beyond the Wall, Bran learns that the White Walkers were created by the Children of the Forest to protect themselves from the First Men. In the Iron Islands, Euron Greyjoy wins the Kingsmoot despite confessing to killing Balon, causing Yara and Theon to flee. Beyond the sea, Daenerys learns about Jorah’s greyscale. At Meereen, a red priestess, Kinvara, meets Tyrion and Varys and offers to support Daenerys. Bran’s unaccompanied vision causes him to be touched by the Night’s King, making the cave vulnerable. The Night’s King, along with White Walkers and hordes of wights, ambush the cave, killing the Three-Eyed Raven, several Children of the Forest, Bran’s direwolf Summer, and Hodor.
At the Wall
Jon, Davos and Sansa examine their odds of retaking Winterfell from the combined forces of the Boltons, Umbers and Karstarks. Jon points out that the other Northern houses, such as House Manderly of White Harbor and House Mormont of Bear Island, have not declared for the Boltons yet, and Sansa suggests that the Tullys will fight for the Starks as well, though she lies to Jon that she knows this from a raven sent to Winterfell while she was the Boltons’ prisoner. As they prepare to leave Castle Black, Sansa orders Brienne to travel to the Riverlands and recruit Brynden. Jon, Davos, Sansa, Brienne, Melisandre, Tormund, and Podrick Payne depart Castle Black.
JON: New dress?
SANSA: I made it myself. Do you like it?
JON: Yeah, it’s… I like the wolf bit.
SANSA: Good, because I made this for you. I made it like the one Father used to wear. As near as I can remember.
JON: Thank you, Sansa.
SANSA: You’re welcome.
Beyond the Wall
Bran decides to observe a vision without the Three-Eyed Raven. Rather than transport himself to the past, Bran remains in the present, and witnesses a massive army of wights led by the Night’s King, who touches him whilst in the vision. Bran awakens to find an icy scar on his wrist where the Night’s King touched him, and the Three-Eyed Raven warns that he must leave, as the Night’s King has marked him and is now able to enter the cave.
BRAN: He saw me, the Night King! He saw me!
THREE-EYED RAVEN: He touched you.
BRAN: I don’t know. He was close, but…
THREE-EYED RAVEN: He touched you. He knows you are here. He’ll come for you.
BRAN: But he can’t get in.
THREE-EYED RAVEN: He can now. His mark is on you. You must leave, all of you.
MEERA: Come on, Hodor. Help me with the sledge.
BRAN: I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to.
THREE-EYED RAVEN: The time has come.
BRAN: The time for what?
THREE-EYED RAVEN: For you to become me.
BRAN: But am I ready?
THREE-EYED RAVEN: No.
Source text: Wikipedia.