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Game of Thrones Season 7 Spoilers : Episode 5

Last updated on August 21st, 2017 at 08:47 am EST

Game of Thrones Season 7 Spoilers : Episode 5 “Eastwatch”

Games of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 will air on August 13th 2017 in the United States, however Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 spoilers are already out. If you are like one of my friends who doesn’t like spoilers please do not read further as we have Game of Thrones Season 7 Spoilers ahead. #winteriscoming #prepareforwinter

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Update – 10th August 2017

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 Leak (Scripts) from the HBO Hack.
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Game of Thrones Season 7 Spoilers : Episode 5 “Eastwatch”

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Spoilers : Episode 5 “Eastwatch”

Spoilers

Scene 1 – Field of Fire

Bronn asks Jamie’s what’s wrong with him and why did he charge towards a dragon. Jamie wonders how he is going to tell Cersei about the ambush, and the lost gold.

Scene 2 – Field of Fire

Dany asks Randyll and Dickon Tarly to bend the knew, but they refuse. Dany orders Drogon to roast them which horrifies Tyrion who says its unnecessary to burn them.

Scene 3 – DragonStone

Dany returns to DragonStone with Drogon where Jon Snow is there waiting for her. Drogon lands in front of Jon and Dany uses it as a show of power, Jon is a little taken back at first because Drogon is right in his face. .Jon pets him a bit and Drogon allows it which leaves Dany in shock and continues her Intrigue for Jon.

Once Dany gets off Drogon, her and Jon talk about dragons. Dany tells Jon that the dragons are not beasts, but here children.

Jorah Mormont arrives at Dragonstone and Dany is very happy that Jorah is back and healthy. Jorah is skeptical of Jon Snow, but once Jon comes to know that he is son Jeor Mormont, they warm up to each other.

Scene 4 – Winterfell

Bran warges into a flock of ravens beyond the wall to see what the Night King is up to but the Night King senses it and Bran is forced out of his vision.

Scene 5 – Dragon Stone

Jon Snow receives a raven telling him that Bran Stark and Arya Stark are at Winterfell. This makes Jon happy, but he has bigger things to concentrate on. The raven’s note also has information on what Bran saw when he warged into the ravens, and tells Jon that the Army of the Dead is coming closer.

Tyrion and Varys are worried by this, they hope Daenerys is not as power hungry as her father was.

They think of asking Cersei for help in regards to Night King, but decide against it. They instead get in touch with Bronn and ask for his help to make Tyrion meet Jaime.

Scene 6 – Kings Landing

Ser Davos smuggles Tyrion into Kings Landing. At some point during the episode Jamie Lannister, Bronn, Tyrion Lannister and Ser Davos have a secret meeting, in which Tyrion Lannister asks them to surrender to Daenerys Targaryen as they have a bigger enemy to fight but Jamie Lannister ignores the request.

While Tyrion and Jaime are talking, Ser Davos is walking through Kings Landing when he runs into Gendry working as a blacksmith making swords and armors. Davos jokes that he left him rowing and Gendry is happy to see Ser Davos. Gendry says he is tired of making swords for the Lannisters (same people who killed his father). Ser Davos asks him to join them, to which he agrees. Gendry takes out a weapon he forged for himself, a Warhammer with a Stag carved into it (the sigil of House Baratheon and weapon of choice of his father).

Tyrion, Davos and Gendry meet back where their boat was to go back to Dragonstone when two cops stop them to ask questions. Davos tells them they are traders to which they ask them what they trade. Davos says they trade aphrodisiac crabs (Viagra) and offers these crabs to them as a form of bribery to let them go.

Gendry is getting nervous and has his hammer hidden in the boat trying not to raise suspicion but then Tyrion Lannister is spotted, and they are about to be busted. Gendry takes his war hammer out and kills both of them.

 

Scene 7 – Dragon Stone

Tyrion, Davos and Gendry arrive in Dragonstone, where Jon and Gendry meet for the first time. Both of them become friends as both are bastards, Gendry doesn’t mention anything about Arya. Jon Snow and Gendry joke about being the Bastard of Winterfell and Bastard of King’s landing respectively.

Jorah and Tyrion have a reunion of sorts. Tyrion says that the Lannisters will not join because they don’t believe in the great other and think it’s a trap.

Jon decides he must bring proof about the Night King to ensure all the kingdoms will join and fight as one. So Jon, Jorah, Davos and Gendry decide to go across the wall. Jon and Dany say good bye to each other.

If I don’t return you won’t have to deal with the King In the north anymore.

I’ve gotten used to him

Scene 8 – Eastwatch by the Sea

Jon, Jorah, Davos and Gendry arrive at Eastwatch by the Sea (in a time machine #forthelulz) and meet Tormund. Tormund along with other wildlings has been manning the wall.

Tormund takes Jon to the ice cells where he has put the brotherhood without banners and The Hound. Jon offers them a chance to go beyond the wall with him, they tell him the red god wants them to go beyond the wall. Gendry doesn’t trust them as they sold him to Stannis to get his blood sucked.

Jorah is recognized by Tormund who knows his father was Jeor the lord commander who made their life hell for a long time fighting the free folk. Jon sees the hound who knows what the he has done for Joffrey and some stuff that Sansa has told him he’d done so he doesn’t trust him either. But either way they decide to go together under Jon’s leadership and start to range beyond the wall to try to capture a wight to bring as proof.

Scene 9 – Winterfell

Little Finger is trying to be himself. He tells the Lords of North, that Jon Snow has abandoned them and Sansa is trying to help them. Arya sees that Sansa wanta the North for herself and doesn’t back Jon. Arya doesn’t trust Little Finger because she remembers seeing him meet Tywin Lannister. Arya starts to spy on Little Finger, but Little Finger is too smart for her. Little Finger realizes Arya doesn’t have an agenda, which can be dangerous for him. He pulls the letter which Sansa was made to sign in season 2 asking Robb to bend the knee and how Ned was a traitor. He makes sure Arya sees him hiding the letter,  Arya decides to look for it.

Little Finger knows that if Arya finds this letter she will have even more suspicion that Sansa will want to overthrow Jon Snow. He watches Arya find the letter, and is happy that everything is going as per his plan.

Scene 10 – Old Town

A Maester receives a raven telling about Bran’s vision of the Night King and how they are close. They rubbish the letter, and Sam is sick of how the Maesters are handling The Night King situation.

We see Gilly continuing to learn how to read. She reads about Price Ragger being remarried to someone in a secret ceremony. Sam is not paying attention to her at this time, but realizes later (when he and Bran uncover R + L = J) that Gilly was reading about Jon Snow’s parents. During this time Sam decides to leave the Citadel. He, Gilly and baby Sam board a cart and leave Oldtown with heartsbane and books he might have taken and head to Winterfell.

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Source – The peeps over at /r/freefolk  who don’t bend \m/