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John und Daenerys kommen in Winterfell an, wo sie ein frostiger Empfang erwartet. Nun müssen sie die Häuser des Nordens von ihrer Allianz überzeugen. Cersei trifft derweil einen Verbündeten, und Theon erreicht seine Schwester. Die Burg Winterfell (im Original: Winterfell) ist der alte und eindrucksvolle Sitz des Hauses. "Winterfell" (im Original: "Winterfell") ist die erste Folge der achten Staffel von Game of. Winterfell im Norden von Westeros ist der Sitz der Starks, eines der großen Häuser der Sieben Königslande. Eddard exekutiert einen Deserteur der Nachtwache . Ausflug nach Castle Ward mit dem Drehort Winterfell der Serie Game of Thrones. Auf einem Spaziergang treffen wir auf Schauspieler der Serie. Ein Grundriss von Winterfell mit Karte. Winterfell liegt mitten auf der Kingsroad zwischen der Mauer und Kings Landing. Die Schlossanlage besitzt vier Tore, das. Wir haben "Game of Thrones" S08 E01 gesehen: "Winterfell". Großes Treffen im Zuhause der Starks: Viele Umarmungen, ein Drachenflug.
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He ponders refusal, feeling his place is at Winterfell. A great feast is held in Robert's honor. Before they leave, Bran is climbing a tower and accidentally stumbles upon Cersei having sex with her own twin brother Jaime.
Cersei and Jaime realize they've been discovered and Jaime pushes Bran out of the tower window. Bran survives the fall from the tower, though his legs are left crippled.
Eddard, Sansa, and Arya leave Winterfell to travel down the Kingsroad with the royal party. After his own goodbyes, Jon also leaves at this time to head to Castle Black so he can join the Night's Watch.
Robb, Theon, Catelyn, and a comatose Bran remain in Winterfell. A catspaw assassin sent by one of the Lannisters tries to kill Bran while he is still in a coma, but he is fought off by Catelyn and killed by Bran's direwolf Summer.
He gives Robb instructions for a special saddle which will allow Bran to ride without the use of his legs. After word reaches Robb that his father has been arrested in King's Landing, he calls the armies of all the Northern bannermen.
Robb departs Winterfell to lead his army to war in the south and leaves Bran in charge as acting lord of Winterfell.
Their youngest brother Rickon has a prophetic dream that Robb and his men will never return to Winterfell. The North and the Riverlands declare themselves an independent kingdom under Robb.
Winterfell is the de jure capital, though Robb remains with his armies fighting in the south. House Greyjoy - insulted at the prospect of allying with the Starks against the Lannisters - then counter-intuitively chooses to both declare the independence of the Iron Islands from the Lannister-controlled Iron Throne, and to attack the North while most of its armies are in the south.
Out of fear for Winterfell's population, Bran surrenders the castle to Theon. Bran and Rickon escape Winterfell along with Hodor and Osha , making Theon's position tenuous, so he passes off the burned bodies of two orphan boys as the bodies of Bran and Rickon so he won't look weak; this backfires, however, and the North rises in anger at the apparent murder of the Stark boys.
When word reaches Robb's army camp in the south, his commander Roose Bolton says that he can send a reserve garrison led by his bastard son Ramsay to besiege Theon.
Theon's men turn against him and hand him over to the Boltons as part of the deal for their lives.
Ramsay reneges on his agreement, however, and after flaying the ironborn to death orders to destroy Winterfell. All of the wooden parts of the castle are burned out, though the core stone structures remain intact.
Bran and his companions emerge from the crypts where they had been hiding and are horrified to find their beloved home in ruins.
After paying the fallen keep its last rites, they flee north to the Wall. Not long afterward, Boltons and Freys betray the Starks at the Red Wedding , destroying the Northern army, and resulting in the deaths of Robb and Catelyn.
Subsequently, Walder Frey and Roose muse on their future plans, and Walder asks if as the new ruler of the North, Roose will relocate to Winterfell.
He says that he will in time after it is rebuilt. Roose, Ramsay, and Reek the tortured, broken wreck once known as Theon lead the Bolton army back to Winterfell.
The Boltons settle in at Winterfell and bring in work crews and timber to start rebuilding the burned-out parts of the castle.
Worse, Stannis Baratheon took his small remaining forces to the Wall, where they won a rousing victory in the Battle of Castle Black.
Afterward, Stannis intends to raise the North against the Boltons as a new springboard against Lannister rule. Stannis eventually leaves Castle Black to march to Winterfell and begins to be supported by Northern houses who do not support the Boltons.
As part of a political plot, Littlefinger arrives at Winterfell from the Vale - bringing none other than Sansa, to make a marriage-alliance between her and Ramsay Bolton.
With Stannis's army drawing closer to the castle, Roose Bolton intends to muster his strength within the walls of Winterfell with Ramsay.
Ramsay and his twenty riders launch a sneak attack on the Baratheon camp and succeed in burning much of their food supplies, siege weapons, and horses.
The army of House Bolton greets Stannis in open battle and after a short clash, smashes his army, and Stannis himself perishes soon after.
However, with Winterfell in chaos, Sansa manages to escape the castle with help from Theon, putting House Bolton's future claim to the North in jeopardy.
Winterfell remains the Bolton seat of power. Roose and Ramsay discuss Sansa's escape, which has imperiled House Bolton's position among the northern houses.
Roose stresses that they need Sansa in order to rally the northern houses against the Lannisters. In response, Jon and Sansa declare war on Ramsay and vow to retake Winterfell and rescue Rickon with the help of Tormund 's Free Folk and several northern houses.
As the Battle of the Bastards turns in favor of the Starks, Ramsay returns to the castle and has the gate closed and barred. After the battle, the Winterfell household care for the wounded Stark soldiers, while Sansa later visits Ramsay there and, after speaking, watches as his starving hounds begin to devour their master.
The Bolton banners are dropped from the ramparts and the Stark banners are once again hung in Winterfell. Rickon is buried at the crypts of Winterfell.
As Jon and Sansa look on from the battlements, Jon tells Sansa that he has had the lord's chambers prepared for her, though she insists that he should have it.
Jon remarks that Sansa is the Lady of Winterfell and because she brought the Knights of the Vale, they are alive and have Winterfell back.
Sansa apologizes for not telling him about Littlefinger 's Knights of the Vale. He asks Sansa if she trusts Littlefinger, which she firmly denies.
With that, Jon implores Sansa that they must trust each other, they have so many enemies now and kisses her on the forehead. Later, in the godswood , Littlefinger approaches a wary Sansa and admits that he wants the Iron Throne , with her at his side.
He moves in to kiss her but she stops him and walks away. Petyr states he has openly declared for House Stark. Sansa reminds him that he has declared for other houses in the past, which didn't stop him from serving himself.
He contests that was the past, but he is looking towards the future, adding that she is the future of House Stark. He asks her who the North should rally behind: a trueborn daughter of Ned and Catelyn Stark, or a motherless bastard born in the south.
Sansa considers his words but keeps walking without turning to look at him. Tormund counters that they were invited into the realm and thus are not invaders.
Jon reminds the assembly that the Free Folk fought side by side with the Northmen and the Knights of the Vale and won, then adds that his father used to say true friends are found on the battlefield.
Lord Cley Cerwyn argues that with the Boltons defeated, the war is over and that winter has arrived, the coldest one in a thousand years according to the Maesters.
He proposes everyone to ride home and wait out the coming storms. Jon counters that the war is not over and the true enemy doesn't wait out the storm, he "brings the storm.
At this, Lyanna Mormont stands up and shames the Northern lords who did not help House Stark in their hour of need, reminding them of the crimes perpetrated against members of their own houses by the Boltons and at the Red Wedding.
She adds that both House Mormont and the North remember they have no king but the King in the North, whose name is Stark.
She doesn't care that Jon is a bastard, for he has the blood of Ned Stark; thus he is her king until his death. Her proclamation is followed by Manderly, who is says he was wrong for ignoring Jon's summons and declares Jon as the "White Wolf" and the King in the North.
He also bares his sword and kneels, hailing Jon as the King in the North, and the rest of the assembly joins in. Jon asks for Sansa's opinion and while Sansa remembers that Tyrion was kind to her and was unlike the rest of his family, she wonders if the message is truly from Tyrion.
Jon is able to confirm its authenticity. Even so, Sansa worries it is too big a risk and Jon concedes that now is not the right time to go to Dragonstone.
Davos opines that Daenerys Targaryen will make a good ally in the war to come against the White Walkers. Jon gathers the Northern lords in the main hall and announces that Sam's letter reveals there is a vein of dragonglass beneath Dragonstone.
He adds that Lord Tyrion has invited him to Dragonstone to meet with Daenerys and announces his decision to travel to Dragonstone to convince Daenerys to join their fight against the White Walkers.
Lords Yohn Royce and Robett Glover voice their opinions that a Targaryen cannot be trusted, citing the atrocities committed by Daenerys's father.
Lyanna Mormont urges the King in the North to stay at home and Sansa objects, reminding Jon that Daenerys's father killed their uncle and grandfather.
Jon accepts that he is taking a risk but stresses that the fight against the White Walkers is more important, and they need Daenerys's aid if the North is to be saved.
Jon emphasizes that the North is his home, it is part of him, and he will never stop fighting for it.
Sansa reiterates her objection to Jon's going to Dragonstone, and Jon tells Sansa he is leaving the North in good hands - Sansa's - and says he is giving her control of the North in his absence as she is his sister, regent, and a Stark.
Sansa accepts. In the catacombs beneath Winterfell, Littlefinger finds Jon, who is visiting his father's tomb, and vouches that Tyrion can be trusted.
Jon, who clearly distrusts Baelish, warns Baelish that he will kill him if he touches his sister. Outside, Jon, Davos, and several horsemen then prepare to ride south to White Harbor while Sansa watches from the castle battlements and she and Jon bid farewell to one another.
Petyr, emerging from the catacombs, gazes at Sansa. Sansa helps prepare Winterfell for the Great War. In the midst of the preparations of food stores and armor checks, Bran returns to Winterfell, accompanied by Meera Reed.
In the godswood, Sansa tells Bran she wishes Jon were with them and Bran notes that he needs to speak with Jon. Sansa asks what this means.
Bran tells her he can see everything and has knowledge of all, but he must learn to see better in preparation for the when the night returns.
He proves his all-seeing knowledge by describing the night Sansa was married to Ramsay to Winterfell and tells her he is sorry for what she went through.
Sansa leaves, shaken. Arya rides up to the gates and dismounts but the guards don't believe her when she says identifies herself.
They are that Arya has been dead for years. The guards brush her off that no one by those names is at Winterfell.
Arya asks for Jon, but they say he actually just left Winterfell. Arya asks who is in charge of Winterfell then when they say "Lady Stark", she learns they are referring to her sister Sansa.
The guards try to brush her aside again, but she expertly dodges them and insists that one way or another she's getting in.
She explains to them that if she is Arya, they'll be in a lot of trouble for stopping her, and if she isn't, she won't last long in Winterfell anyway.
Mildly concerned, they agree to let her wait in the courtyard but insist that she stay put while they go get Sansa.
As soon as they take their eyes off her, Arya slips away. The two guards go to inform Sansa. They think it is nothing important and believe Arya is "some winter town girl" but when they reveal the girl asked for Luwin and Ser Rodrick, Sansa realizes the girl is Arya and knows where she has gone.
Sansa finds Arya where she expected, in the crypts looking at their father's statue. They are happy to see each other but are unsure of what to say.
Arya asks if she has to call Sansa "Lady Stark" now, to which Sansa insists yes, and laughs. They smile and hug, though still a bit unsure.
Arya notes that Jon left her in charge and smiles when Sansa says that she hopes Jon will be back soon. He will be both surprised and happy to see Arya, Sansa remembering how happy Jon was to see her when they were reunited.
The sisters then look sadly on their father's grave statue. Arya says it doesn't really look like him. Sansa acknowledges that everyone who knew his face well is dead.
Arya points out they're not. He says he isn't surprised she's alive because he saw her at the Crossroads. Arya is confused, and Sansa explains that Bran is having " visions " now.
Bran says he thought Arya was going to King's Landing, and when Sansa asks why she would head there of all places, Bran again startles them both by knowing of Arya's list and Cersei's name being on it.
Sansa asks who else is on her list, but Arya says most of them dead now. Sansa, Bran, and Arya - the three remaining trueborn Stark children - proceed back to Winterfell's castle courtyard together, with Arya pushing Bran in his wheelchair.
Brienne of Tarth and Podrick Payne see them from afar, all three of Catelyn's surviving children reunited. Pod says Catelyn would be proud of Brienne, but she chides that she did next to nothing.
Pod says he disagrees with "my lady", and Brienne starts to correct him that she doesn't consider herself a "lady", but then stops halfway and just thanks him for the compliment.
Sometime later, Brienne is going through a vigorous sword practice session with Podrick, knocking him down when he overextends himself.
Sansa and Littlefinger watch on silently from the walkway above as Brienne and Arya spar until they reach a stalemate, with each of them holding a blade at the others' throat.
Arya takes her leave of Brienne, both mutually impressed, as Sansa looks down baffled at how her sister received such a deadly skill level. Through the ravens, he sees the army of the dead led by the White Walkers and the Night King, traveling south towards Eastwatch-by-the-Sea.
His reconnaissance continues until the Night King sees the ravens, at which Bran severs the connection. He tells Maester Wolkan that they need to send ravens at once.
Later, in Winterfell's council chamber, Arya observes Sansa presiding over a meeting of the Northern lords. Saying that the King in the North should stay in the north, Robett Glover and Yohn Royce imply they made a mistake in their choice of a ruler and that she take over power in the absence of her half-brother.
However, Sansa insists Jon is their true ruler who is doing what he believes is right for their people and that she is his regent. Following the meeting, Sansa confides her frustration in the Northern lords with Arya.
Much later, Arya stalks Littlefinger as he is walking through the grounds of Winterfell. Arya smiles when she spots Jon, appears confused and worried when she sees the Hound with them, but she brightens up again when she sees Gendry.
Jon tells Daenerys he had warned her Northerners are wary of outsiders. When Daenerys's dragons fly above them, the people flee in fear while Arya looks up in awe and Daenerys smiles at her dragons overhead.
Sansa warily watches from Winterfell's battlements as Drogon and Rhaegal circle above the castle. Once inside the walls of Winterfell, Jon sees his younger brother Bran , whom he last saw in a coma, and quickly dismounts.
He kisses Bran's forehead. He then embraces Sansa, who keeps a wary eye on his queen. Jon asks about Arya's whereabouts, Sansa replies that she's lurking.
Jon introduces Daenerys and Sansa to one another. Bran interrupts that there is no time for this and informs them that the Night King has Daenerys's dragon, Viserion and that the Army of the Dead has breached the Wall and is marching south.
As Jon tries to organize the defense against the undead in the Great Hall, Lyanna Mormont voices the anger that many lords have toward Jon bending the knee to Daenerys since they named Jon their King in the North.
Jon gravely answers that he said he would protect the North , and the only way they could do that is with allies. Tyrion speaks up to insist that they'd all be dead already without Jon - and that the remaining Lannister army will soon arrive to reinforce them as well, upon which the lords resume their objections.
Tyrion insists they must fight together in the face of the onslaught of the White Walkers and their undead army. Sansa asks how they are meant to feed Daenerys's army, "While I ensured our stores would last through winter, I didn't account for Dothraki, Unsullied and two full-grown dragons.
Later, Jon visits Winterfell's godswood , and while standing in front of the heart tree , Arya appears seemingly out of nowhere and startles Jon.
She says that he used to be taller when she was younger. Jon turns and asks how she was able to sneak up on him, prompting Arya to ask how he survived a knife to the heart.
Jon responds, "I didn't". Arya runs to Jon and they embrace, Jon lifting Arya in his arms. Jon asks Arya if she still has Needle and Arya unsheathes it.
He asks if she's ever had to use it and Arya quietly responds, "Once or twice. Arya admires it but remarks it's too heavy for her.
Jon confides that he could have used her help with Sansa in the Great Hall and Arya surmises that Sansa doesn't like Daenerys. Jon says that Sansa thinks she's smarter than everyone but, to Jon's confusion, Arya defends her sister and tells Sansa is the smartest person she knows and is defending her family.
Arya tells him not to forget he's family too and hugs him. Tyrion encounters Sansa in the courtyard, whom he hasn't seen since Joffrey's wedding , during which Joffrey was assassinated and she was whisked away by Littlefinger during the chaos.
He notes that it made it look more incriminating for him that his wife, Sansa, fled right after the assassination. After discussing the soon to arrive Lannister Army, Sansa points out that she used to think he was the most clever man she'd ever met, but he is foolish to put his trust in his sister Cersei.
Viewing Jon and Daenerys happily talking, Tyrion, Varys , and Davos observe them from a distance, remarking that a marriage -alliance might help cement their alliance.
As Daenerys and Jon inspect Winterfell's defenses, they discuss Sansa. Daenerys mentions that Sansa doesn't like her but Jon assures Daenerys that Sansa just doesn't know her yet and Sansa used to dislike him while growing up.
They are interrupted when Dothraki scouts ride up to tell Daenerys that her dragons are not eating much compared to normal.
Jon and Daenerys ride out to see them, and she says they are upset to be in the North. Daenerys mounts her black dragon Drogon , but then on a whim, asks Jon if he'd like to ride her green dragon, Rhaegal.
Hesitant, Jon climbs on top and the dragon accepts him, ignorant of the fact that only members of the royal Targaryen bloodline can so easily bond with dragons.
They go on a lengthy, romantic flight over the surrounding countryside, though Jon initially struggles to fly on Rhaegal. Jon and Daenerys land at a waterfall and share an intimate moment.
Arya then visits the castle forge, where Gendry has finished making a new dragonglass -axe for Sandor.
Arya and the Hound are surprised to see each other and exchange some gruff-but-toying insults before he departs on good terms.
Arya then speaks with Gendry again, who she hadn't seen since she had been abducted by the Brotherhood Without Banners years ago. He is flustered by how she has grown up, and she says that it is good to see him.
That evening, Sansa informs Jon that Lord Glover , rather than join the muster at Wintefell, has chosen to remain at his seat of Deepwood Motte and hold off the Army of the Dead there, in protest at Jon bending the knee to Daenerys.
Jon is furious, but Sansa admits Glover's anger at his decision is shared by a lot of northern nobles, including herself. Jon bluntly tells Sansa that defeating the Army of the Dead is impossible without allies and that Daenerys will be a better ruler than her father , but he can't answer when Sansa asks him "Did you bend the knee to save the north, or because you love her?
At the same time, Daenerys goes to the library with Jorah Mormont to thank Samwell Tarly for saving Jorah's life by treating his greyscale.
Sam brings up that he stole his father's Valyrian steel sword Heartsbane , at which Daenerys awkwardly explains that she defeated his father Randyll in a battle , and when he refused to bend the knee, she executed him.
Despite Randyll's threats to Samwell his entire life, he has a mixed reaction at this, and says the sword would then pass to his younger brother Dickon , who is a good and honorable man - but Daenerys has to explain that Dickon refused to leave his father's side, so he was executed as well.
He stumbles into Bran Stark, who is waiting in the courtyard "for an old friend". Bran urges that he must tell Jon of his real parentage - as he trusts Samwell more than anyone.
Samwell finds Jon in the crypts, where he is visiting the tomb of his father Eddard Stark. He tells Jon of what Daenerys did, though Jon defends that he himself has also had to execute people who disobeyed him, and so must she as queen.
At this, Samwell reveals that she isn't really the rightful heir to the Iron Throne : he is. His mother was actually Eddard's sister Lyanna Stark , and his father was none other than Rhaegar Targaryen - crown prince, and Daenerys's older brother.
Jon is stunned and refuses to believe this: his "father" Eddard was the most honorable man he ever knew and wouldn't lie like this.
Samwell counters that Eddard really, his uncle was honorable, he promised Lyanna that he would keep him safe and hide his identity, as if Robert Baratheon knew that Rhaegar's heir lived he would have killed him.
Finally, a hooded stranger rides into the Winterfell courtyard - revealed to be none other than Jaime Lannister , fulfilling his promise to fight the White Walkers even though his sister decided to abandon her enemies to the mercy of the undead.
Looking around, Jaime is surprised to see none other than Bran waiting for him - the boy he shoved out a window and crippled in this very castle years ago.
Euron Greyjoy sails the Iron Fleet back to King's Landing , returning across the Narrow Sea from the Free Cities , and transporting the Golden Company - an elite sellsword company that functions as a small private army.
Euron is still keeping his niece Yara Greyjoy as a prisoner on his own ship, taunting her. In the throne room, he presents Cersei Lannister with the Company's commander, Harry Strickland , who says that despite a few deaths on the long voyage Euron apparently killed a few men who either cheated him at dice, or caught him cheating at dice , he has brought 20, men to King's Landing, along with 2, horses.
Cersei is confused, saying she was told they would also be bringing elephants. Strickland reluctantly explains that while they are ferocious beasts they are not fit for long sea voyages.
After Strickland leaves, Euron arrogantly propositions Cersei to have sex with him, as a reward for his successfully completed task. Cersei is not amused by his brashness and tells him as much, but as she badly needs her remaining allies, she accepts.
Later that night, after they have finished, Cersei is still bitter about her lack of elephants. She sips at a glass of wine while Euron asks how he compared to her former husband King Robert Baratheon.
Cersei says that despite all the whores he had sex with, Robert was only interested in his own pleasure, and did not know his way around a woman's body, while Euron was more adventurous.
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