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 07 The Broken Man
No. 607. Title: The Broken Man. Directed by Mark Mylod. Written by Bryan Cogman. Original Air Date: June 05, 2016. Sinopse: Margaery convinces Olenna Tyrell to return to Highgarden, after the High Sparrow suggests that he will come after Olenna following her attempt to take up arms against the Faith. Jon, Sansa, and Davos recruit the Wildlings and House Mormont to their cause, but remain outnumbered by the Boltons. In desperation, Sansa writes a letter begging for aid. Jaime arrives at Riverrun with Bronn and goes to parley with the Blackfish, which is ultimately unsuccessful. Theon and Yara spend their last night in Volantis before sailing to Meereen. In Braavos, Arya seals passage to Westeros, but is attacked by the Waif. She escapes, but is badly wounded. Sandor Clegane is revealed to have survived his fight with Brienne of Tarth after being saved by a Septon and his followers. When men from the Brotherhood Without Banners threaten and eventually slaughter the group, Clegane decides to take up arms to get revenge.
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In the North
Jon Snow, Sansa, and Ser Davos begin searching for allies to retake Winterfell from the Boltons. First, they secure the allegiance of the Wildlings, who are still indebted to Jon for saving them at Hardhome, and are aware the Boltons will wipe them out if they do nothing.
Dim Dalba: We said we’d fight with you, King Crow, when the time comes and we meant it, but this isn’t what we agreed to. These aren’t white walkers. This isn’t an army of the dead. This isn’t our fight.
Tormund: If it weren’t for him, none of us would be here. All of you would be meat in the Night King’s army. And I’d be a pile of charred bones just like Mance.
Dim Dalba: Remember Mance’s camp? It stretched all the way to the horizon. And look at us now. Look what’s left of us. And if we lose this, we’re gone. Dozens of tribes, hundreds of generations. Be like we were never there at all. We’ll be the last of the free folk.
Jon: That’s what’ll happen to you if we lose. The Boltons, the Karstarks, the Umbers, they know you’re here. They know that more than half of you are women and children. After they finish with me, they’ll come for you. You’re right. This isn’t your fight. You shouldn’t have to come to Winterfell with me. I shouldn’t be asking you. It’s not the deal we made. I need you with me if we’re going to beat them, and we need to beat them if you’re going to survive.
Tormund: The crows killed him because he spoke for the free folk when no other southerners would. He died for us. If we are not willing to do the same for him, we’re cowards. And if that’s what we are, we deserve to be the last of the free folk.