Watch Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10: The Winds of Winter
“Battle of the Bastards” is the ninth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones. It is the fifty-ninth episode of the series overall. It premiered on June 19, 2016. It was written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and directed by Miguel Sapochnik.
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Slaver envoys demand terms of surrender in Meereen. Ramsay plays the odds in defense of Winterfell.
In Meereen, The dragons destroy a ship in the slaver-alliance’s fleet.
Daenerys and Tyrion discuss a plan to deal with the Slaver fleet as the pyramid is bombarded with flaming cannonballs. Dany wants to slaughter their army but Tyrion suggests talking to the masters about terms of surrender, reminding Daenerys about her father’s plan to destroy King’s Landing using Wildfire and the consequences when his brother Jaime Lannister killed the Mad King. Daenerys, Tyrion, Missandei and Grey Worm meet with the masters: Razdal mo Eraz of Yunkai, Belicho Paenymion of Volantis, and Yezzan zo Qaggaz of Astapor. They tell Dany that they will let her and Tyrion leave the city if they hand over the Unsullied and Missandei to be resold into slavery, and her dragons to be slaughtered. She tells them that she had agreed to meet with them as she was offering them a chance to surrender as Drogon flies up to meet them. She rides Drogon into the bay as Rhaegal and Viserion break free from captivity beneath the Great Pyramid to join them and they begin to burn the attacking fleet. Meanwhile, Daario arrives at Meereen with Daenerys’s Dothraki horde and rout the Sons of the Harpy at the city gates. The Masters’ soldiers abandon them at Grey Worm’s invitation, and Tyrion gives an ultimatum that one of the three masters must die, as punishment for their disobedience.
Dany and Yara meet, making a pact.
Yezzan, the lowest of the three, is immediately scapegoated by the other two for not being highborn, and as he kneels and begs Grey Worm not to kill him, this gives Grey Worm an opportunity to instantly slit Razdal and Belicho’s throats instead with one slash of his dagger. Tyrion tells Yezzan to share what he had seen and what Daenerys is capable of.
In the aftermath, Dany and Tyrion meet with Theon and Yara who have arrived in the city. They offer Dany their fleet of a hundred manned ships if she will help them deal with Euron and support their claim to the Iron Islands. Tyrion is wary of Theon based on what he saw of him at Winterfell and of his crimes against the Starks, but Theon insists that he has paid for what he has done. Daenerys agrees to support an independent kingdom of the Iron Islands, on the condition that the Ironborn will cease all raiding, reaving, pillaging, and raping. Yara balks at this, but Daenerys says their fathers – Aerys, Tywin, and Balon – all left the world worse than they found it, but Dany, Tyrion, Yara and Theon are going to leave it better than they found it. Swayed, Yara agrees and the queens-in-waiting seal their pact.
In the North, Jon asks Melisandre not to resurrect him again, should he fall in the upcoming battle.
Jon, Sansa, Tormund, Davos, Lyanna, and the other Northern lords that declared for House Stark have a parley with Ramsay, Harald Karstark, and Smalljon Umber before they commence battle. Ramsay offers surrender terms, saying he will pardon Jon for deserting the Night’s Watch and the Northerners in Jon’s forces for rebelling against him if Jon hands over Sansa. Jon offers Ramsay a chance to settle their dispute in one-on-one combat, which Ramsay refuses, noting that while he doubts he can best Jon in a duel, he is confident his numerically superior forces will triumph in battle. Jon counters that Ramsay’s men may not want to fight for him if he will not fight for them, but in response, Ramsay threatens Rickon. Jon and Sansa are wary of whether Ramsay actually has their brother to which Umber throws out Shaggydog’s head as proof. Sansa refuses the terms of surrender and tells Ramsay he will die the following day before riding off.
Jon and his army readying to fight.
After a meeting where Jon discusses the battle plan with Tormund and Davos, Sansa admonishes Jon for attacking too early, insisting that they should have gathered more men. Jon, however, retorts that this is the largest army they could possibly gather. Sansa, knowing Ramsay the best, warns Jon of his cunning and cruel nature, but Jon assures her that he has faced worse. In the end, he promises to protect Sansa from Ramsay, to which she cynically replies that no one can keep anyone safe.
In the camp, Davos and Tormund discuss their time serving both Stannis and Mance respectively, with both acknowledging that they may have been serving the wrong king. After parting ways, Tormund goes to drink and Davos takes a walk. As the sun rises, he comes across the pyre on which Shireen Baratheon was sacrificed, and in the remains, finds the wooden stag he carved and gave to her the last time they were together. He finally realizes how she died. Meanwhile, Jon meets with Melisandre and orders her not to bring him back if he should fall in the battle. Melisandre contends that she will try anyway, and that it was not her gift that has brought Jon back but the Lord of Light’s, and that only the Lord of Light can decide Jon’s fate. Melisandre ponders that the Lord of Light may have brought Jon back to only die in the battle.
Rickon is murdered just before battle.
The armies gather the following morning as Ramsay brings out Rickon. After menacingly raising a knife, he cuts Rickon’s bonds and tells him that they are to play a game. The only rule is to run towards his brother. As he does so, Ramsay pulls out a bow and nocks an arrow, prompting Jon to hastily ride out on a horse to try to save Rickon as Ramsay fires arrows at him. Ramsay appears to have no intention of hitting Rickon with his first shots but, just as Jon approaches his brother, Rickon is struck in the back with an arrow and killed. Enraged at losing another brother to the Boltons, Jon charges at Ramsay, forcing the Stark cavalry to follow him. The Bolton archers fire at Jon and strike his horse. With Jon now defenseless in the middle of the battlefield, Ramsay orders the Bolton cavalry to charge at him.
Jon fears the end is nearing and the battle is lost.
As Jon brandishes Longclaw and prepares to fight to the death, the Stark cavalry smashes into the Boltons, narrowly saving Jon from being trampled, as Davos eventually sends the archers forward realizing that they are of more use in the middle of the battlefield. The Bolton soldiers eventually surround the Stark forces in a horseshoe formation as Smalljon leads a group of soldiers over a large pile of corpses to attack them from behind. While Wun Wun is able to kill a few Bolton soldiers, it is not enough to break their phalanx, and Tormund sends the wildlings backwards towards the pile.
Sansa arrives at battle, Littlefinger and Sansa arrive with Arryn forces.
Jon is trampled by his own forces, nearly suffocating under a group of men crawling on top of him, but is eventually able to get back to his feet. As it appears the Stark forces are about to lose, a horn sounds out in the distance as Sansa and Littlefinger arrive with the Knights of the Vale waving flags bearing the Arryn sigil. On horseback, they begin to cut down the Bolton soldiers from behind. Smalljon, momentarily distracted by the arrival of the Arryn forces, is killed by Tormund who bites out his foe’s throat and stabs him several times. As Ramsay sees his soldiers being cut down, he decides to retreat inside Winterfell, but Jon, Wun Wun and Tormund begin to give chase. His general insists the battle is lost but Ramsay assures him they still have Winterfell, and the Stark Army is too weak for a siege (despite the Vale reinforcements). Wun Wun, however, is able to break down Winterfell’s gates allowing wildling archers to pour into the castle. The giant is nevertheless overwhelmed by arrows and finally killed by Ramsay’s shot. Despite the defeat of his army, he taunts Jon, saying he has reconsidered the option of one-on-one combat. As Jon approaches, Ramsay fires three arrows at him with his bow but Jon blocks them all with a Mormont shield that he picked up from the ground. Before Ramsay can fire a fourth arrow, Jon gets close enough and smacks the bow out of Ramsay’s hands before striking him in the chest with the shield with enough force to send Ramsay down. Before Ramsay can stand up, Jon pounces on him and proceeds to savagely beat him with his fists, while Ramsay uncharacteristically does not attempt to defend himself and fight back. Though it seems as if Jon will kill Ramsay, he stops upon noticing Sansa, realizing she has as much right for revenge as he does, and subsequently orders Ramsay locked up as a prisoner.
Ramsay is devoured by his own hounds.
The Bolton banners on Winterfell are torn down and the Stark banners are raised. Melisandre looks over the courtyard while Davos glares at her from below, clutching Shireen’s burned stag. Jon orders Rickon’s body to be buried next to his father in the crypts as Sansa asks him where he is keeping Ramsay prisoner. Sansa goes to visit Ramsay in the kennels that night. He goads her by telling her how she will never be rid of him because he is “part of [her] now,” but then realizes that his hounds are approaching him, Jon having deliberately left the kennel doors open. At first, Ramsay is in denial, claiming that his dogs are loyal and ordering them to heel, but after a week without food, they begin to tear him apart as Sansa walks away, smirking with dark satisfaction.