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GAME OF THORNE, SEASON 6, EP1: SUMMERY At the Wall, Ser Davos and Edd find Jon's dead body and take the body inside to keep on a table. Melisandre arrives, stating she saw Jon fighting in Winterfell in the flames. All members of the Watch are shown bearing arms toward the room where Jon's body is being guarded by Ser Davos and the men loyal to Jon Snow. Thorne promises full amnesty for the members of the Watch. He offers Ser Davos fresh horse and safe passage to ride south or in any direction he wishes, and that he can take Melisandre with him. Thorne promises him food will be provided. Ser Thorne says the offer is available as long as everyone in the room surrenders by sundown. Alone in her bedroom, Melisandre removes her dresses. Stands nude before a mirror. she removes her large necklace, she has transformed to a 400-year-old woman. While attending the dead body of Myranda, Ramsay says they should feed her to the hounds. Theon and Sansa run through the Wolfswood chasing by a group of Bolton men with hounds. Theon takes Sansa to a fallen tree to hide and make her warm but hounds are very near. Theon tries to lead the hound way telling Sansa to keep heading north for Jon and Castle Black. Ramsay’s men find them and try to capture them. Then Brienne and Podrick arrive and kill all of Bolton men. Sansa accepts Brienne into her service. In the mean time. Roose Bolton and Ramsay expect that they will recapture Sansa as he's sent his best men to find her.
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  • Fall '15
  • MoushumiShabnam
  • Anthropology, Sansa, Snow, theon, Bolton’s men

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