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Game of Thrones Episode 6 Season 6 Spoilers: 'Blood Of My Blood' To Tie All Loose Ends?

Update Date: May 26, 2016 07:45 AM EDT
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Episode 6 for Season 6 of "Game of Thrones" is titled "Blood of My Blood" and will probably continue where things had left off for the devastating fifth episode "The Door." If you do not want to know about the incoming spoilers for "Game of Thrones" Season 6 Episode 6 please do not continue reading below.

In an episode synopsis from The Futon Critic, it has been revealed that an old enemy will once again be a major player in the power-mongering of Westeros. Gilly (Hannah Murray) will meet Sam's (John Bradley) family. Arya Strak (Maisie Williams) will once again be facing a difficult choice and Jaime Lannister (NikolajCoster-Waldau) will come to odds with against the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce). This episode will once again be directed by Jack Bender.

It has also been mentioned in Metro, a lonesome Meera is still being chased by the White Walkers as Bran is still stuck in the past warging. In another distant land, Daenerys is once again spearheading a crusade to bring her Khalasar back to Mereen to repossess the city.

If episode 6 "Blood of My Blood" will tie the loose ends of the past episode, will it answer as to where the siblings Theon and Yaraare now in Westeros? Rumor has it that Yara will finally be the first Queen of the Iron Islands.

What happened with the Children of the Forest and the White Walkers? We finally get a bit of back story about the White Walkers in this episode.Created by the Children of the Forest as a weapon against humanity, they've somehow revolted and branched off.What happened? Was it something the Night King said? If the Children of the Forest are powerful enough to make them, then why can't they and their puny ring of fire not contain them?

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