Game of Thrones season 7 episode 6: The biggest moments from 'Beyond The Wall'

FP Staff

Aug,22 2017 14:28 24 IST


Game of Thrones season 7 episode 6 — Beyond the Wall — was full of the thrills and big action sequences that fans love. Here, we see Jon preparing to do battle with white walkers. Image via HBO


Back in Winterfell, Sansa and Arya are having a tough time. Arya confronts Sansa about the note she wrote to Robb asking him to bend the knee to Joffrey. Image via HBO


Later, Sansa finds Arya's bag of 'faces' and there's a sinister showdown of sorts between the Stark sisters. Image via HBO


Jon tries to give Jorah Longclaw, but Jorah refuses, saying he brought shame to the Mormont name, and that his father (the former Lord Commander of the Night's Watch) intended for Jon to keep the sword. Image via HBO


The Fellowship of the King capture a bonafide wight, to transport back to King's Landing. Image via HBO


But not before a wight bear attacks the group, administering fatal wounds to Thoros the priest. Image via HBO


Jon and the gang makes run for it. Image via HBO


But are quickly surrounded by wights and white walkers. Image via HBO


When the battle beyond the Wall goes badly, Gendry is tasked with running back to Eastwatch to have a raven sent to Dany. Tormund tells him he'll have an easier run without his heavy war hammer weighing him down. Image via HBO


Ser Beric Dondarrion is now on his last life, as Thoros is a casualty of the battle beyond the Wall. Nevertheless, he fights well, and reminds Jon — 'Death is the enemy. The only enemy. It always wins, but we must fight it.' Image via HBO


All hope seems lost — until Dany flies in with her dragons and wreaks some serious devastation. Image via HBO


Of course, it's too late for Thoros of Myr, who has by this time frozen to death. Image via HBO


The Night King looks on at the intruders come to do battle on his fiefdom. Image via HBO


The Night King decides the dragons have wreaked enough damage, takes his icy javelin, and hurls it at Viserion's breast, felling the poor beast. Image via HBO


Jon, unable to mount Drogon with the others, is left stranded beyond the Wall. Just when he's about to be attacked by wights, Uncle Benjen rides in and saves him. Image via HBO


Jon rides hard for Eastwatch. Image via HBO


Where Dany awaits him, even as mourns the loss of Viserion. Image via HBO


The Hound loads the captured wight in a boat, ready to be taken to King's Landing. Image via HBO


Dany and Jon share a tender moment on the way back to Dragonstone. Image via HBO


Little do they know, however, that there's danger of a whole new sort that they'll have to grapple with very, very soon. Image via HBO