The ships from the cities of Slaver’s Bay continue their assault on Meereen as Dany watches through the Great Pyramid. Tyrion efforts to convince Dany that, despite appearances, Meereen is rising, and the individuals are behind her, which explains why the Masters are attacking. Dany intends to crucify the masters, set their ships unstoppable, kill each one of their soldiers, and raze their cities. Tyrion shrinks with the suggestion and tells Dany in the Mad King’s offers to burn King’s Landing to the floor with wildfire.
At Tyrion’s suggestion, Dany meets the masters beyond Meereen’s walls to debate the regards to surrendering. The masters offer nothing less than total surrender, the return of Missandei as well as the Unsullied to slavery, plus the death with the dragons. Dany shows that they’re discussing the Masters’ relation to its surrender, not her. Dragon soars overhead and lands near to Dany, who climbs on the dragon’s back. Dragon takes flight over Meereen with his fantastic two brothers are set free. The Sons in the Harpy murder within the streets. Daario Naharis leads your second sons in no time against them. Dany and her dragons begin setting the ships racing. Grey Worm convinces the Masters’ guards to abandon them. Tyrion and Missandei tell the Masters any particular one of them must die for betrayal. They find out who is lowborn, and outsider. Grey Worm kills the opposite two with one swipe. Tyrion normally tells the one survivor to go back home and tell his people how it happened, and he survived only by Daenerys’ grace.
A Ramsay Bolton with his fantastic entourage rides to meet with Jon, Sansa in addition to their allies. Ramsay thanks Jon for returning Sansa to him and provides mercy in substitution for surrender. He says Jon doesn’t stand a possibility and that there’s no need to get a battle. Jon counters by agreeing for the pointlessness of a battle. He provides settle things “the old way,” with single combat between your two bastards. Ramsay declines, stating his superior numbers. Jon wonders if Ramsay’s men will fight for him as soon as they hear Ramsay backed down from Jon’s challenge. Ramsay threatens to kill Rickon. Sansa asks the direction they know Ramsay even has Rickon. Ramsay tosses Shaggydog’s head at their feet. Sansa promises that Ramsay will die tomorrow and rides off. Ramsay is confident, saying he looks toward having Sansa last his bed with his fantastic dogs look toward devouring the rest ones.
Jon and Davos discuss strategy. While it could well be smart for Ramsay to be within Winterfell’s walls, Davos says Ramsay will come in the market to fight making a show of things for your Northerners to determine. They make an idea to allow Ramsay to charge at them for them to surround his forces. Davos and Tormund leave Sansa and Jon alone within the tent. Sansa doesn’t believe they do know Ramsay very well to defeat him and warns that Ramsay won’t belong to their trap, he enjoys playing people. Jon asks Sansa that they get Rickon back, and Sansa say they can’t. Rickon is simply too much of your threat to Ramsay’s reign to maintain alive. They begin arguing about if they should be attacking Winterfell yet in any way. Sansa says she’s not rediscovering the reassurance of Ramsay alive. Jon says he won’t ever let Ramsay touch her again, which he’ll protect her. Sansa says no it's possible to protect her or anyone.
Tormund tells Davos that they believe there's hope. Tormund asks if Davos wants revenge for Stannis, but Davos understands that Stannis defeated himself. Tormund recalls how his faith in Mance Rayder also failed him. Davos wonders if their failing was putting their faith in would-be kings, and Tormund shows that Jon Snow is not just a king.
Jon finds Melisandre in her tent. He indicates that she wasn’t for the war council, and she or he says she’s not a soldier. She simply tells him never to lose. He tells her if he dies again he doesn’t want her to create him returning. She says she serves the Lord of Light and thus she’ll try. She says the Lord of Light must want him alive for any reason, in any other case she wouldn’t have already been able to create him back, even though it may only be to die again within this battle.
Davos walks over the snow. He comes upon the remains in the pyre where Shireen was burned and finds her stag from the snow because the sun rises.
Tyrion meets Yara and Theon and remembers the very last time he met Theon was when Theon was making jokes about Tyrion’s height at Winterfell. Tyrion recalls the terrible things Theon has been doing since then, and it is unimpressed with whatever penance they're saying he has paid. Yara offers what you control with the Iron Fleet to acquire Dany’s support when Yara claims the Iron Islands. Euron is usually coming to provide the remainder the Iron Fleet but under the condition of marriage. Yara only wants independence with the Iron Islands. Daenerys agrees to the condition which the Ironborn respect the remainder with the Kingdoms and avoid making raids in it. They make a partnership.
Jon’s forces stare across an industry of burning, flayed bodies for the much larger Bolton force that opposes them. Ramsay rides in the market to the head of his army with Ricking tangled up behind him. He pulls out a dagger and Jon dismounts to help front of his forces. Ramsay cuts Rickon’s binding and tells the boy to perform to Jon. Rickon cautiously walks out on the field, but Ramsay tells Rickon he's got to run. Ramsay pulls a bow and arrow. Jon rides out around the field to arrive at Rickon as Ramsay begins letting arrows fly. One from the arrows pierces Rickon’s chest before Jon reaches him and Jon sees his bother die facing him.
Ramsay falls back behind his men and Jon charges his. Jon’s forces follow behind him. A volley of arrows knocks Jon off his horse as being a wave of a cavalry charge at him. He draws Longclaw and stands and waits for the children, but his personal forces reach him just soon enough. Davos calls off their archers for concern about killing his or her men, but Ramsay tells his personal archers to allow fly. Jon fights within the melee alongside his men as Ramsay continues sending arrows into your fray since the bodies accumulate. Davos has his men charge into the battle.
Ramsay says it's the time, and Smalljon Umber leads your second wave of soldiers in the battle. Tormund saves Jon because Wun wun as well as the Free Folk charge into battle. Bolton men surround Jon’s forces having a shield wall and start closing in, stabbing men because of their spears when they close in as Umber’s forces climb spanning a mountain of corpses to address. Tormund, Wun Wun as well as the Free Folk begin seeking to break the shield wall, with Wun Wun tearing a minimum of one man by 50 percent, but Tormund is cut by the spear. Jon and Smalljon lock eyes, but they are split up like a wave in men begins trampling Jon. Tormund and Smalljon fight. Jon struggles to square up one of many mass that face men but finally finds air to breath as his forces continue being crushed. Smalljon and Tormund carry on and beat on each other as a horn sounds inside the distance. The sound distracts Smalljon for a specified duration for Tormund to bite Smalljon’s neck. The forces with the Vale arrive and change into the fray as Sansa and Petyr Baelish neglect the battle.
Ramsay retreats to Winterfell as Wun Wun, Tormund, and Jon gives chase. Ramsay believes their safe behind Winterfell’s walls, but Wun Wun begins revealing the gate. The giant breaks through and also the falls to his knees with the exceptional knees using a multitude of arrows. Jon’s forces flood in. Jon stands beside Wun Wun as Ramsay sends an arrow throughout the giant’s eye, killing him. Ramsay says he’s reconsidered Jon’s offer of single combat. Jon registers a shield and marches at Ramsay knocks Ramsay down, then begins pummeling him as Sansa watches.
After the battle, Davos and Melisandre watch because the Bolton banners are lowered in the walls of Winterfell and compensate for the Stark banners. Jon orders Rickon being buried inside crypt near to his father. Sansa demands to understand where Ramsay is.
Sansa finds Ramsay tangled up in from the kennels. Ramsay says he’ll go with her now forever. Sansa says that Ramsay’s words, his house, his name will disappear until there exists no memory of him. Ramsay’s dogs creep out of their cages. Ramsay says his hounds won't turn on him, but Sansa reminds Ramsay that she hasn’t fed them in 1 week. They were loyal once; the good news is they’re starving. Ramsay efforts to order the dogs to take a seat, but one starts eating at his face, and also the others take part in. Sansa watches momentarily, then walks away smiling.