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Game of Thrones: Season 6 Episode 9 Discussion Explanation

Game of Thrones: Season 6 Episode 9 "Battle of the Bastards" discussion. Spoilers Ahead

-Daenerys returns to rally her troops and gain the surrendor of the masters. Using her dragon's she spreads fear while the wild army flanks from the side.
-Jon meets with Bolton and that goes horribly, both sides begin their battle preparations.
-Jon and Sansa fight over the battle plan, it's the usual discusion about using Sansa's knowledge versus Jon's knowledge. They plan to let their youngest brother die no matter the scenario.
-Theon and crew meet up with Daenerys. They make a pact to work with Daenerys with their ships to take back the homeland.
-The grand Battle of the Bastards begins, this will most likely be a cliff-hanger I imagine, we'll see.
-Rickon is brought forth by Bolton and freed. Then they play a game where he runs to his brother, this won't end well. He then shoots arrows at Rickon as he runs forward and eventually strikes a final blow to kill him.
-The epic battle trap begins as Jon rushes forward. There's arrows, there's horses and mass amounts of death. Everyone charges forward with Jon way ahead in the battle, it's a trap though so many of Jon's side will die.
-Jon kicks ass, Bolton fires arrows at his own people. It's a chaotic battle or wits.
-Jon's army is surrounded by the Bolton's, this could be the end.
-The giant gives its life to break through the Winterfell walls.
-Bolton is no match for Jon as he beats him close to death.
-Winterfell is owned by The Starks once more. Everyone celebrates the victory, good times for everyone.
-After the beating Bolton gets eaten by his own hounds as he hasn't fed them in days. They bite into his face and Sansa watches with a straight face as he's eaten alive, very satisfying. Sansa walks away in victory and happy, only to smile at the end.

Game of Thrones: Season 6 Episode 9 Discussion Explanation

Article by: Jason Stettner
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