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Game of Thrones the Winds of Winter S6 EP 10 Story Review

Game of Thrones the Winds of Winter S6 EP 10 Story Review
TV Show HBO – Game of Thrones
Season – 6
Episode – 10 - Serial Episode No. – 60
Episode Title – The Winds of Winter

Important Dialogues from the Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 – The Winds of Winter
“This is your god now.” – Cersei Lannister

“The last thing you’re ever going to see is a Stark smiling down at you.” – Arya Stark

“Me, on the Iron Throne. And you by my side.” – Littlefinger

“The great game is terrifying.” – Tyrion Lannister

“I am the Three-Eyed Raven now. I have to be ready.” – Bran Stark

“Long may she reign.” – Qyburn

Story Review of the Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 – The Winds of Winter
The Day of the Trial –
Everyone prepares for the trial of Cersei and Loras.
Lancel brings Loras from his Cell.
Pycelle leaves a girl without paying towards Sept but he is stopped by a girl and he follows her.
Pycelle is led to Qyburn’s laboratory. The Master of Whispers tells the elderly man, “Sometimes before we can usher in the new, the old must be put to rest.” Knives in hand, his Little Birds stab Pycelle to death.

King Tommen prepares to go to place of trial that is sept but he is stopped by Mountain the body guard of Cersei.

Crowd gathers in the Sept.
High Sparrow address the crowd.
Loras accepts all the crimes before 7 and sept.
He begs for forgiveness and renounces his lordship and devotes his life to Seven.
High Sparrow forgives him.
Lancel Carves a star into Loras forehead.

Margaery tells the High Sparrow that Cersei is not present in the Sept for trial.
High Sparrow sends Lancel to fetch her.
Margaery becomes suspicious and tells everyone to leave the Sept.
But High Sparrow and his men does not allow anyone to leave the Sept.

Outside the Sept, Lancel spots a boy scurrying through a door at the base of the building. Suspicious, Lancel follows the child’s torchlight down a passageway.
In darkness, Lancel calls out, but collapses when the boy stabs him with a dagger to the spine. Lancel drags himself towards a faint, green glow, and discovers the cache of wildfire and many candles slowly burning down to their wicks.

In the tunnels, Lancel is unable to stop the wildfire from igniting. The explosion incinerates the Sept, and everyone inside. Watching from her chambers, Cersei smiles with satisfaction and toasts the destruction of her enemies.
Later a messenger informs King Tommen that his wife and everyone died in the Sept fire.
Alone, the king removes his crown, steps to the window, and drops himself off the ledge. King Tommen commits suicide.
In the Red Keep dungeons, Cersei douses Unella’s face with wine, and confesses to murdering the Sparrows, among other crimes. The septa declare herself ready to die, but Cersei has other plans; Ser Gregor steps forward, removing his helmet. Unella screams as Cersei closes the cell door.
Cersei, standing over Tommen’s body, directs Qyburn to lay her son to rest with Tywin, Myrcella and Joffrey: “Burn him, and bury his ashes where the Sept once stood.”

Jaime and Bronn return to King’s Landing to find the Sept in ruins.
Racing to the Red Keep, Jaime enters the throne room and watches as Qyburn crowns Cersei, “Queen of the Seven Kingdoms.”

Riverrun Celebrations and Murder –
Frey and Lannister soldiers celebrate their win.
Walder Frey sits near the Kingslayer and starts to talk with him.
But Jaime Lannister tells him everyone fears Lannisters in Riverlands,
“If we have to ride north and take them back … every time you lose them,” he asks Ser Walder, “Why do we need you?”

After the celebrations are over Walder dines alone and asks for his sons.
The Preety servant girl tells him two are present and gestures to Walders pie where he spots a finger.
Removing her face Arya identifies herself and tells Walder it will be the last thing he will see, The smiling face of Stark
She slits his throat in the same way her mother’s was.

Citadel and Samwell –
Samwell, Gilly and the baby arrive at the Citadel.
At the citadel he tells the librarian about death of Jeor Mormont and Maester Aemons death.
He allows sam inside for a meeting with the Archmaester and tells the females and kids are allowed in the library.
Sam enters the library awestruck by its enormous collection of books. A dream come true.

Winterfell and Jon Snow –

Jon Snow and Melisandre stand in Winterfell’s Great Hall when Ser Davos enters with Shireen’s charred wooden stag. The Red Woman reluctantly admits to the burning. Davos requests leave to execute the priestess, but Jon exiles her instead. Melisandre argues they will need her in the fight to come, but accepts the verdict and leaves.
Jon tells the Sansa that they won the war because of her.
Jon tells Sansa he has had the lord’s chambers prepared for her, crediting her with winning the battle.
Jon tells her they are surrounded by enemies and must trust each other more than ever.
Both agree only a fool would trust littlefinger.
Sansa informs Jon a white raven has arrived from the Citadel:
Finally, Winter is here.

Littlefinger approaches Sansa by the godswood tree and tells her every action he takes is motivated by the possibility of a future together ruling the Seven Kingdoms.
Sansa gently rejects him and goes to leave, but not before Littlefinger reminds her she is the trueborn Stark.

Jon and Sansa sit at the high table in the Winterfell Great Hall while Lyanna Mormont shames the Northern lords who did not answer the Stark call. “I don’t care if he’s a bastard,” the fierce young lady says, “He’s my king, from this day until his last.” Wyman Manderly declares Jon the “White Wolf” and pronounces him “King of the North.” The others join in. Jon and Sansa exchange smiles, but hers fades as Jon turns away. She glances at Littlefinger.

Dorne –
In mourning garb, Olenna Tyrell sits with Ellaria and the Sand Snakes in the Water Gardens of Dorne. “Cersei stole the future from me … It’s not survival that I’m after now,” she says. Understanding, Ellaria offers a different solution, and Varys enters the room, promising “fire and blood.”

Meereen and Daenerys Targaryen –

Daenerys Targaryen tells Daario Naharis that he and the Second Sons will stay in Meereen to maintain peace. Daario urges her to reconsider, “I don’t want a crown. I want you,” but the decision has been made. She tells him directions will be left regarding the welfare of the newly renamed Bay of Dragons, and they bid each other farewell.

Attempting to console the stoic queen, Tyrion comments everything she has wanted is now hers for the taking. “For what it’s worth,” he tells her, “I believe in you.” Returning the compliment, Daenerys, attaches a pin to his lapel: “Tyrion Lannister, I name you Hand of the Queen.”

Drogon, Viserion and Rhaegal fly over a massive armada made up of Tyrell, Martell, and Greyjoy ships, bearing a hundred thousand Dothraki and Unsullied inside them. On the lead ship, Daenerys and her supporters finally sail for Westeros.

Three Eyed Raven –

Benjen explains that ancient spells are carved into the Wall’s foundations and he cannot pass, but will continue to fight for the living on this side of the Wall. Bran bids his uncle goodbye, and drags himself to the nearby weirwood tree.

Placing his hands on its bark, his eyes roll back.
He returns to the Tower of Joy. Following Ned inside, they find Lyanna Stark, bloody and sweat-covered in bed. Ned tries to comfort his sister, who is in obvious pain.
Pulling him close, Lyanna whispers in his ear, telling him to “promise me.” A baby is placed into Ned’s arms. He looks down at the infant’s familiar brown eyes.
Don’t let Robert know about this.

Season 6 Episode 10 The Winds of Winter Rating –
Story moves fast.
Each shot is beautifully excellently shot.
Episode 10 Rating -  10 stars / 10 start
Overall All Season Rating – 9 Stars / 10 stars

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