Game of Thrones season 6 episode 3 has been aired and we finally came to know who the Oathbreaker was. The episode was pretty exciting as we got to see Jon Snow getting up and talking about how he felt after being resurrected, while the Wildlings thought that he was some God. We finally saw Samwell and Gilly in the episode and also the much awaited Tower of Joy scene but many fans will be disappointed as we didn’t get to see the entire thing. Daenerys finally reached Vaes Dothrak, while Varys managed to find out who was funding the Sons of the Harpy.
Cersei and Jaime gatecrashed the Small Council meeting, Tommen had a long chat with the High Sparrow and Arya got her eyesight back. The moment it seemed that good things were happening with the Starks, we saw that Rickon Stark was presented to Ramsay as a gift by the Umbers, along with the head of Shaggydog. The episode ended when Jon Snow hanged the traitors who killed him and then left the Night’s Watch, thus becoming the Oathbreaker. Overall it was a good episode and now HBO has released Game of Thrones season 6 episode 4 preview.
The preview starts with Sansa, Brienne and Podrick reaching Castle Black. They seem to have reached the Wall at the right time as Jon Snow has left the Night’s Watch and it is the perfect time for him to wage a war against Ramsay Bolton and take control of Winterfell. There’s another good news for Sansa as Littlefinger who will finally appear in season 6 makes sure that the Vale joins Sansa in the fight against Ramsay. So it will be Jon, the Wildlings, houses still loyal to the Starks and the Vale vs Ramsay and his allies.
Theon finally reaches the Iron Islands and reunites with his sister and also learns about his father’s death. Meanwhile in King’s Landing, Magaery and Loras are still in the dungeons and it seems that Margaery might make a deal with the High Sparrow, while Olenna and others are making plans to get her out without having to face punishment like the walk of atonement. We are also taken to Meereen where people are wondering what has happened to Daenerys, and Jorah and Daario manage to reach Vaes Dothrakh, where they are attacked by a Dothraki warrior.
Here’s the synopsis and the preview for the upcoming episode, Book of the Stranger
“Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) strikes a deal. Jorah (Iain Glen) and Daario (Michiel Huisman) undertake a difficult task. Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Cersei (Lena Headey) try to improve their situation.”