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 Riverlands
A trio of men from the Brotherhood Without Banners arrives and attempts to extort the villagers, but upon finding out that they have no worthwhile possessions, they leave. Sandor warns Ray that the Brotherhood will return, but Ray refuses to start a confrontation with them. After Sandor goes out to the forest to gather some wood, he returns to find the villagers slaughtered and Ray hanged. Angered, Sandor picks up an axe and marches off.
Brother Ray: I was a soldier once. All my superiors thought I was brave. I wasn’t. I mean, I never ran from a fight. Only because I was afraid my friends would see I was afraid. That’s all I was, a coward. We followed orders no matter the orders. Burn that village. Fine, I’m your arsonist. Steal that farmer’s crops. Good, I’m your thief. Kill those young lads so they won’t take up arms against us. I’m your murderer. I remember once a woman screaming at us, calling us animals as we dragged her son from their hut. But we weren’t animals. Animals are true to their nature and we had betrayed ours. I cut that young boy’s throat myself as his mother screamed and my friends held her back. That night I felt such shame. Shame was so heavy on me, I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t sleep. All I could do was stare into that dark sky and listen to that mother screaming her son’s name. I’ll hear her screaming the rest of my life. Now, I know I can never bring that lad back. All I can do with time I’ve got left is bring a little goodness into the world. That’s all any of us can do, isn’t it? Never too late to stop robbing people, to stop killing people. Start helping people. It’s never too late to come back.
Sandor: They don’t believe in your Seven. They’re from the Brotherhood. They follow the Red God.
Brother Ray: Aye, well, all are welcome here. Anyway, we got nothing for them.
Sandor: Sure, you do. You’ve got food, you’ve got steel even if you say you don’t. And you’ve got women.
Brother Ray: What do you want to do? Fight them? Kill them? It’d be you against all of them. I mean, these people don’t know how to fight.
Sandor: You do.
Brother Ray: I’m done with fighting.
Sandor: Even if it’s to protect yourself?
Brother Ray: Violence is a disease. You don’t cure a disease by spreading it to more people.
Sandor: You don’t cure it by dying, either.