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Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 7 The Broken Man Story Review

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 7 The Broken Man Story Review

TV show name – Game of Thrones
Season 6 Episode 7 – The Broken Man

Important Dialogues from the Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 7, The Broken Man

“You’ve lost, Cersei. That’s the only joy I can find in all this misery.” –Olenna Tyrell

“We will not break faith today.” –Lady Lyanna Mormont

“Bargaining with oathbreakers is like building on quicksand.” – Brynden “The Blackfish” Tully

“I’m tired of watching you cower like a beat dog.” – Yara Greyjoy

“All I can do with the time I’ve got left is bring a little goodness into the world.” – Brother Ray

Story Review of the Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 7 – The Broken Man
The Hound, Sandor Clegane is alive he is saved by the Brother Ray
Remembering the condition in which he found the Hound, Ray concludes: “The Gods aren’t done with you yet.”

When a trio from the Brotherhood Without Banners approaches, Ray greets them politely, but tension is high when the septon claims not to have any resources to give them. “The night is dark and full of terrors,” Lem Lemoncloak warns before riding off.

Frustrated with the handling of the situation, the Hound chops firewood
Ray heads back to the village while the Hound keeps chopping wood. Later, still working alone, the Hound hears a scream. Returning to the building site, he finds the slain bodies of the villagers and Ray hanging from the sept’s unfinished rafters. Noticing a trail of hoof-prints, the Hound grabs his axe.

The high sparrow visits queen Margaery.
He tells her that her grandmother must follow the new way if not she may get killed or jailed.
He also tells her that hair is necessary for kingdom so she must unite with king Tommen.

Margaery meets with Olenna in Margaery’s chambers.
Margaery shares the proposal for Loras’ future: he will return to Highgarden, but as a penitent, stripped of his title. She advises her grandmother she too should leave for Highgarden, but Olenna protests. Margaery secretly presses a note into her grandmother’s hand, and stresses, “You must.” Leaving her granddaughter, Olenna unfolds the note to find a drawing of a rose. Margaery’s newfound piety may not be so pure, after all.

Cersei questions Olenna about her decision to leave the city,
Olenna is not interested in helping her fight the fanatics, and plans to depart King’s Landing while she can.
She advises Cersei to leave the kings landing as soon as possible as she also surrounded by the thousands of enemies.

After discussions wildings agree to help Jon snow to take back Winterfell.
Jon, Sansa, and Davos meet the 10-year-old Lyanna Mormont of Bear Island
Davos explains her why she needs to support the Snow and Sansa and she agrees to support them. She offers the men she can – 62 in total. Davos diplomatically says, “If they’re half as ferocious as their lady, the Boltons are doomed.”

The group meets with Robett Glover. Having just won his castle back from the Ironborn with help from the Boltons,
Glover decides not to help them.

The Northern allies gather at the site of Stannis’ old camp. Despite Sansa's insistence that they continue to gather their forces, Jon says they must march on Winterfell soon – they are out of time.

Alone in her tent, Sansa writes a letter, hesitates, then seals it with the direwolf sigil.

Jaime Lannister and Bronn arrive at Riverrun with the Lannister army and find the Frey’s siege in a sorry state.

On the Riverrun drawbridge, the Blackfish makes it clear he will not forfeit, and believes Edmure’s fate to be sealed. Unwilling to discuss terms, the Blackfish explains he agreed to meet to get the measure of the Kingslayer, and is disappointed with the result.

Yara commands her brother Theon to drink: “I need you. The real Theon… can you find him for me?” Laying out plans to make her own pact with the Dragon Queen, Yara asks if he is with her. Theon nods; Yara kisses him on the forehead

Yara tells him they will go to dragon queen and will make a pact with her.
Arya books passage back to Westeros. Pausing on a bridge for a last look over the city, she is approached by an old woman, who suddenly stabs her. The crone removes her face to reveal the Waif, and Arya dives into the canal for safety.

Emerging from the water and bleeding badly from her torso, Arya looks around, panicked; anyone could be a Faceless Man.

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 7 The Broken Man
Rating -  8 stars / 10

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