Win Game of Thrones: The Complete Sixth Season on Blu-ray!

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This fall, Game of Thrones is once again doing what it does so well- breaking the rules. Only this time, it’s their own. Usually we look forward to the home release of Game of Thrones every spring, with Blu-rays and DVDs of the previous season landing just before the new season premieres on HBO. It’s become a tradition, an expectation, so naturally they had to mess with that and shock us all: Game of Thrones: The Complete Sixth Season on Blu-ray and DVD will be in stores November 15th, packed with all the bonus features and audio commentaries we’ve come to love. We’ll finally have the latest season on DVD/Blu-ray before the holidays and it’s about time!

Season 6 is already available for download on Digital HD with its own set of bonus features, on iTunes and other online outlets.

Today, thanks to HBO, we’re opening up a giveaway of Game of Thrones The Complete Sixth Season on Blu-ray. Four winners will be taking home the most recent season of HBO’s biggest show ever, just in time for the holidays!

What do you have to do to enter to win? Tell us about your favorite moment of Game of Thrones Season 6! Post it in comments here and you’ll be entered in the giveaway. We’re accepting entries for the next seven days, and we’ll draw 4 winners next Tuesday afternoon.

*Though this giveaway officially is worldwide, since this is a Blu-ray set, they do have a Region Code and will only work with Region-A compatible players. Region A includes North America, Central America, South America, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Anyone is free to enter but just be aware of player compatibility!*

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For anyone who missed the initial announcement of the Game of Thrones Season 6 Blu-ray, the set is loaded with extras and high production quality. Check it out:

The Blu-ray™ with Digital Copy – it includes all DVD features plus:

· In-Episode Guide – Dig deeper into the show with this in-feature resource that provides background information about on-screen characters, locations, and relevant histories.

· Histories and Lore – Learn about the mythology of Westeros and Essos as told from the varying perspectives of the characters themselves in 18 history pieces:

· The Old Way: narrated by Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk)

· The Kingsmoot: narrated by Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk)

· The Sunset Sea: narrated by Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk)

· War of the Ninepenny Kings: narrated by Brother Ray (Ian McShane)

· The Great Tourney at Harrenhal: narrated by Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick)

· Robert’s Rebellion: narrated by Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau)

· Vaes Dothrak: narrated by Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen)

· The Dothraki: narrated by Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen)

· Northern Allegiances to House Stark: narrated by Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner)

· Children of the Forest vs. the First Men: narrated by the Three-Eyed Raven (Max von Sydow)

· Brotherhood Without Banners: narrated by Thoros of Myr (Paul Kaye)

· Oldtown: narrated by Grand Maester Pycelle (Julian Glover) and Qyburn (Anton Lesser)

· House Dayne: narrated by Young Ned Stark (Robert Aramayo)

· The Little Birds: narrated by Lord Varys (Conleth Hill)

· Knights of the Vale: narrated by Petyr ‘Littlefinger’ Baelish (Aidan Gillen)

· House Tarly: narrated by Randyll Tarly (James Faulkner)

· Riverrun: narrated by Brynden ‘the Blackfish’ Tully (Clive Russell)

· Great Sept of Baelor: narrated by the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce)

The DVD features include:

· The Battle of the Bastards: An In-Depth Look – Behind-the-scenes piece examining the production challenges of creating this epic event, including explorations of VFX, stunts, and interviews with key cast and crew.

· Recreating the Dothraki World – Behind-the-scenes piece looking at the creation of Vaes Dothrak and its importance to Dany’s evolution.

· 18 Hours at the Paint Hall –Follow all three shooting units as they converge in this behind-the-scenes snapshot of a day in the life of the largest show on television

· Audio Commentaries – The most commentaries ever recorded for Game of Thrones, featuring:

· Episode 601, The Red Woman: Director Jeremy Podeswa, Director of Photography Greg Middleton, and Daniel Portman (Podrick Payne)

· Episode 602, Home: Writer Dave Hill, Michael McElhatton (Roose Bolton), Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton), Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth), and Ben Crompton (Dolorous Edd)

· Episode 603, Oathbreaker: Director Daniel Sackheim, Production Designer Deborah Riley, and Dean-Charles Chapman (Tommen Baratheon)

· Episode 604, Book of the Stranger: Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei), Iain Glen (Jorah Mormont), and Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm)

· Episode 605, The Door (2 commentaries): Gemma Whelan (Yara Greyjoy), Pilou Asbæk (Euron Greyjoy), Ellie Kendrick (Meera Reed), and Kristian Nairn (Hodor); Prosthetics Supervisor Barrie Gower, Camera Operators Chris Plevin and Ben Wilson, and Executive Producer Bernadette Caulfield

· Episode 606, Blood of My Blood: Director Jack Bender, Director of Photography Jonathan Freeman, John Bradley (Samwell Tarly), and Hannah Murray (Gilly)

· Episode 607, The Broken Man: Producer/Writer Bryan Cogman, Ian McShane (Septon Ray), and Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell)

· Episode 608, No One: Director Mark Mylod, Essie Davis (Lady Crane), and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister)

· Episode 609, Battle of the Bastards (2 commentaries): Director Miguel Sapochnik, Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), and Kit Harington (Jon Snow); Director of Photography Fabian Wagner, Visual Effects Producer Steve Kullback, and Visual Effects Supervisor Joe Bauer

· Episode 610, The Winds of Winter (2 commentaries): Executive Producers/Writers David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), and Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister); Special Effects Supervisor Sam Conway, Camera Operator Sean Savage, and Producer Chris Newman

· Deleted Scenes – Four deleted scenes.

Digital HD Download Version’s Bonus Features:

· Bran’s Journey – A nine-minute feature delving into the shocking and revelatory journey Bran Stark took in Season 6.

· The Dothraki World – Behind-the-Scenes featurette bringing viewers up to speed on the Dothraki culture, not seen since Season 1.

· Inside Game of Thrones: Prosthetics – Behind-the-Scenes featurette detailing what goes into the show’s prosthetics creation.

· The Game Revealed – Five-part series covering the creation of Season 6’s most epic set pieces and scenes.


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Method #1:  Comment on this post, and tell us your favorite moment of Game of Thrones Season 6!

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Entries are accepted for a week, until 12PM ET, on November 15th, 2016. The four (4) winners will be randomly selected among the entrants and announced shortly thereafter on Tuesday.

**This is a worldwide contest** The winners are selected by random drawing. The winners must respond within 72 hours of notification or will forfeit their prize and other winner/s will be selected. The winners must have a valid shipping address.

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    1. Sansa transforming from being a toy-like victim to – what? Not sure at the moment, but her arc becomes more complex and very interesting

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    2. Alright, I don’t normally win anything in these things, but it can’t hurt. My favorite moment was:

      The reveal that Sandor Clegane was still alive.

      And much fist-pumping and rejoicing was had.

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    3. Can’t wait to watch in a good quality 🙂

      The best moment of season 6 to me is probably when Jon is deciding whether or not he can execute Olly, Alliser and the rest of them.

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    4. Favorite Part of Season 6 was the unfolding of who Bran is and what he means to all of Westeros. He comes a long way from the beginning of season 6, but my favorite part was the re-entry of Benjen Stark, the explanation of how he is still “alive,” and his rescue of Bran and Meera.

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    5. Favorite season 6 moment was probably when Daenerys made Tyrion her hand of the Queen. So much emotion and I was so happy that Tyrion finally got the recognition he deserved.

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    6. My favorite moment from Season 6 of Game of Thrones was when Daenerys appointed Tyrion her Hand of the Queen and gave him his pin. The look on Tyrion’s face, that made it my favorite part of the entire show so far.

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    7. The most thrilling moment for me was seeing Jon draw Longclaw from his scabbard and set his feet in the face of that onrushing charge of cavalry. The framing, the music, the performance…it was a scene I’ll never forget.

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    8. My favorite moment from Season 6 was the reveal on who Jon’s parents really were. Finally a definitive answer! Finally, some relief from the constant barrage of memes and fan theories!

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    9. The Light of the Seven scene and the destruction of the Sept of Baelor with so many beloved characters inside was my favorite scene of the season. Oh the humanity!

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    10. Finally being able to tell my kids and husband “I TOLD YOU”
      When the Hound resurfaced. Greatest in your face EVER!

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    11. The “Hold the Door” moment was the most memorable moment for me. Incredibly heart-wrenching. Hodor was one of my favorite characters, and his selfless sacrifice to give his friends time to escape was a proper send-off.
      Gonna miss him, and Mr. Nairn’s talent too. Using elevatorsand holding doors for other people took a whole new meaning after that day.

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    12. My favorite moment of season 6 was definitely without a doubt HOLD THE DOOR!

      It was the most beautifully depressing scene on Game of Thrones yet. I love how we got to see young Hodor and how he even became Hodor. Bran’s powers are something else….

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    13. Jon’s King in the North scene was not only my favorite part of Season 6, but the entire series thus far. It finally showed us what most had always wished for Jon, and Bella Ramsey’s speech was incredible.

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    14. The tower of joy scene. I know many won’t agree it’s the best for me. I feel that’s something we’ve been waiting for. For some it was years. It was truly a tear jerking scene and was bittersweet. I feel like it’s the beginning of the end.

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    15. Wow cool! I’ve never won this kind of thing but that doesn’t make me give up easily 😁

      So my favorite moment of got season 6 is R+L=J reveal of course! Just how long I’ve been waiting for this one. I like to rewatch the scene, simply because I love it (and want to hopelessly know what Jon’s real name is, doesn’t work at all tho)

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    16. My favorite moment of season 6 is hands down the Battle of the Bastards. It was so great seeing those Stark flags in Winterfell again! Rest well, Ramsay!

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    17. Inside the gates of Winterfell, Jon realizes Ramesy could have just killed him as he was trying to comfort Wun Wun. He sees Ramsey pull another arrow, so he picks up a discarded shield. And one by one, blocks each arrow Ramsey fires his way. The way the arrow pierces the wood, the reaction Jon has – that he knows he is going to kill this pos – and he knows he is untouchable in that moment.

      Just the look on his face as he advances towards Ramsey – then the realization Ramsey has on his face as he knows he is about to lose. To Jon, the Bastard he thought he was better than – that he would always beat.

      Then Jon reaches his target, and every once of hate I had for Ramsey, Joffery, Roose, and all the fear I had for all my favorite characters – Jon, Arya, Bran (and Meera – naturally) & Tyrion just vanished.

      Six seasons of seeing them lose vindicated by that one scene.

      Winter is here.

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    18. Well, I have mixed feelings about my favourite moment but I’ll go with the moment when Jon’s true parentage was revealed! I’ve been waiting for that a long long time! 😁👏 6×10 was amazing!!

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    19. I have more than one favorite moment, but Sansa and Jon seeing each other at castle black for the first time was awesome for me. Tormund making googly eyes at Brienne was my favorite funny part.

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    20. My favorite moment is probably the Tower of Joy mostly because I’d been waiting years and years for that confirmation

      But the Battle of the Bastards has to be a close second because of the epic scale of the battle.

      Jon and Sansa reuniting is third, mostly because again I was waiting YEARS for a Stark reunion.

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    21. My favorite part has to be when Sansa and Jon meet each other again at the Wall. Neither has seen family in so long. It was a heart warming moment.

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    22. My favorite moment was Lyanna Mormont’s delivery of the closest thing we’ll get to Wyman Manderly’s “The North Remembers” monologue and the ensuing coronation of Jon Snow as The King In The North.

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    23. My favorite part of the season was the beginning of the finale. All had been building up to Cersei’s reign and the music along with the events that unfolded were perfect. It was a very written outcome, except rip Margaery 🙁

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    24. My favorite moment of season 6 was seeing all the three dragons reunited and beeing badass with their mother. Definetly the most amazing moment, visually, in the show’s history for me.

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    25. My favorite moment was when Jon and Sansa reunited. The Starks got a beautiful happy moment which does not happen often for that family.

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    26. My favorite “happy” moment was the Stark reunion between Sansa and Jon.

      We’ve been waiting for 6 seasons to see something like this and the entire moment was perfect.

      My favorite “GoT” moment was the Hodor/Hold the door sequence. Absolutely brillant and heartbreaking.

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    27. There were many awesome moments in season 6 but my favorite was Jaime and Brienne’s meeting during the siege of Riverrun in 6.08. So sweet and unexpected.

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    28. I loved the Tower of Joy scene in the finale. The dialogue, acting, and amazing music that played during the scene and when cutting to Jon’s face. Perfect.

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    29. My favorite moment is when Drogon greats the Slave Masters at Dany’s Side. The music alone makes it my favorite moment.

      Honourable Mention: When Jon surfaces from the Battle to chase after Rasmey, again it is the music by Ramin which makes it so intense!

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    30. Not really a favorite moment, per se, but the entire “blowing up the sept” sequence. I watched it over and over. All glory to the soundtrack, which was absolutely transcendent during this episode.

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    31. My favorite moment was during the Battle of the Bastards where Jon was being buried alive and he had to claw his way back it showed the brutality of warfare.

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    32. So many to choose from! I just keep playing back in my mind when Sansa reaches Castle Black, Jon’s face when he sees her! First time I cried this season when they embraced

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    33. Episode 6 the moment Sandor Clegane’s shoe enters the scene. I grabbed my husband’s arm and nearly cut off his circulation while gasping “this is it” and then followed it up with a sting of exaltative explatives worthy of the hound when we finally saw his face and whooped so loud I woke my sleeping 5 year old. I’VE been driving everyone I know crazy with my insistence the hound is alive and well, HBO just got around to proving it faster than mr. Martin.

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    34. My favorite moment? Definitely the end cliffhanger of the season, the last shot with Dany, Missandei, Tyrion and Varis on the boat toward Westeros, with all their naval army behind them and the dragons flying around them. With the music that goes along, it still gives me goose bumps!

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    35. Tough decision, but it has to be seeing baby Jon in the Tower of Joy. It was so exciting to get confirmation of a theory that has been debated for 20 years.

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    36. All about Hodor/Bran twist. Because we’re kind of prepare for some twist like death’s characters or betrayed. But this moment was different. Showed us more than a fate of a beloved character. Topics like destiny, a time paradox (if we can say it like that). A foreshadowing that maybe we’ve never thought about it. Honestly was the most heartbreaking moment of all the serie (and saga ) and the impact for every fan (TV serie and book readers) was unexpected for everyone.

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    37. I could name 20 different moments, but I think I’ll go with the Sansa-Jon reunion. Thrones rarely does crowd-pleasing-happy-ending moments, but damn do they do it right when they do. I’m eager to see if any more Starks reunite in season 7… 😀

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    38. My favorite moment from season 6 was the surprise attack of the Night King in the cave. There’s no other scene in the whole series that almost made me faint like that one, I keep on repeating that because I still can’t believe!

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    39. The moment when Jon realises too late that he has fallen right into Ramsey’s trap by trying to save Rickon and getting stranded in no mans land with a garrison of horsemen charging him down. Then somehow finding the determination to draw his sword and face them down with an ‘if I’m going down I’m gonna take a few of you with me’ attitude. Pure awesome!!

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    40. Favorite: the delivery of the sermon by Ray on the horrors of war and the consequences of war on the Smallfolk after the hound appears among the pacifists.

      Only sorry the entire narration by Septon Meribold from the book was not included. That was more powerful than the show.

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    41. Several moments to choose from, but I have to go with Daenerys meeting the arrogant Masters on the pyramid and their subsequent breaking when Drogon shows up. It was a long wait to see her actually do something major with her dragons and I was cheering like the rabid fan that I am!

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    42. That’s a hard question .. every scene is a favourite. If I have to choose one I’d choose the moment where Jon snow struggles under the hordes of scared wildlings, then reaching the top and gasping for air .. Jon snow reborn .. and now give me my bloody Blu-ray set and be done with it ..

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    43. CHRISTMAS IS COMING! My favorite moment was Cersei taking the throne, the music, dress and overall setting was dark, mysterious and intriguing. Long may she reign!

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    44. Hold the door was the biggest emotional gut-punch, but hands down the best sequence was the opening 20 minutes or so of the final episode as Cersei prepares for her trial and solves all her High Sparrow and Tyrell problems. Shot beautifully. The music was so haunting and matched it perfectly. I just remember sitting there watching it for the first time and realizing we were getting something truly special.

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    45. There were so many good moments!

      – Biggest awwww: Tyrion being made Hand of the Queen
      – Biggest guffaw: Bronn shipping Jaime/Brienne
      – Biggest awe: Battle of the Bastards
      – Biggest a-ha: L+R=J (okay, we pretty knew that, but still)

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    46. This season was full of heart breaking moments, so choosing a favorite is hard. Jon and Sansa reuniting was what I had been waiting for, bit my absolute favorite was when the horns blowed and the Knights from the Vale came over the ridge during Battle of the Bastards. The look on Ramsey’s face was priceless!!!

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    47. When Tommen throws himself off the balcony to his death after his mother Sersei kills Margery (and a good chunk of Kings Landing!) with her fire bomb. His act sends the message that she doesn’t control him or who he loves.

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    48. My fav was when Jon was being crushed/trampled but then Little finger comes with the Knights of the Vale to help him defeat the Boltons! I also liked when we find out how Bran ruined Hodor’s life by making him into a tool with but a single act in life and that is to hold the door… Very sad!

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    49. The first 20-something minutes of The Winds of Winter. Spectecular television. The explosion of the Sept
      itself was not at all a shock, but the directing, the score, the acting, the silence, the costumes, the CGI… everything was mesmerizing. Truly great.

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    50. My favourite moment has to be the destruction of the great Sept. Watching cersi drink wine and watch just as the high sparrow looked as if he finally realised what was going on. The whole 10 or so minutes piece was spectacular!

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    51. My Favorite Moment of the entire Season has to be when Jon rises again After almost getting stomped in the battle of the bastards.

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    52. My favorite moment: Jon resigned to his fate, facing the Bolton cavalry alone. Brave. The shot could not have been more hero-y. One single shot to perfectly describe a character.

      Runner up, the transition between Promise me, Ned and Jon’s pensive face.

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    53. My favorite filmed moment was the Jon and Sansa reunion. I bawled like a baby.

      Saying that, my most favorite GOT moment wasnt filmed. It was the opening credits for episode ten, seeing the dire wolf back on Winterfell.

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    54. My fav scene was brans escape and hodors ultumate revelation. I’m sure there was nothing but solemn, crying faces around the world as they found out what his ultimate fate was all along. So sad, yet it made him a legend, and a hero at that. Well done hodor, you did your job and you did it flawlessly. 😫😫😫😫😫

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    55. Favorite part of Season 6? So many moments to choose from, it’s hard to pick one. But I’ll try.

      For me, the most satisfying part of S6 was probably seeing Arya Stark slash Walder Frey’s throat in the season finale. That was revenge that was a long time coming, and the Red Wedding was finally avenged.

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    56. Battle of the Bastard. The whole battle sequence was amazing, especially the cavalry charge and the raining arrows while Jon was fighting.

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    57. Favorite part of Season 6? So many moments to choose from, it’s hard to pick one. But I’ll try.

      For me, the most satisfying part of S6 was probably seeing Arya Stark slash Walder Frey’s throat in the season finale. That was revenge that was a long time coming, and the Red Wedding was finally avenged.

      Revenge is a dish BEST served via pies, apparently.

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    58. The Door’s final sad scene, when Hodor was holding the door for Bran and Meera to escape while we realized the tragedy of his existence 🙁

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    59. one of my favorite moments in Season 6 was in the Battle of the bastards episode, Jon snow facing down that  Cavalry that was rushing straight at him, the acting, direction, and soundtrack was all top notch. I could that one moment forever XD
      a close second would be Jon snow being trampled by his own men 🙂

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    60. Favorite scene- Tyrion becoming Hand of the Queen – especially after his speech about being a cynic and his belief in Daenerys. Well deserved. 🙂

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    61. Oh… with no doubt, my favorite scene is Cersei confessing to Septa Unella. Was soooo sweet 😆 After that, the scene when Sansa and Jon are together again.

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    62. My favorite moment was when Dany burned down the hut with all the Dothraki inside and emerged unscathed.

      Runner up for when Ramsey finally gets his due.

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    63. This is very difficult, but my favorite moment THAT I will say here is the first that comes to mind and that is Jon being declared King in the North

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    64. Favorite moment from Season 6 was hands down Cercei’s revenge at the Sept of Baelor and Tommen’s conclusion in the finale “The Winds of Winter”.

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    65. Tough to name one favourite moment, but it’s probably a tie between when Jon Snow came back to life, or the entire scene from revealing Jon is Lyanna’s son to him being called the King in the North (thanks Lyanna Mormont)!

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    66. There were many great moments in Season 6 but…if I had to pick one, it would be from episode 2:

      The entire 6 minute stretch returning to Pyke and reintroducing the ironborn subplot. All in a row. “Balon argues with Yara about strategy”, “Euron is introduced and kills Balon” (wonderfully shot and great Euron), and followup with Balon’s funeral and Yara and Aeron discussing a Kingsmoot.

      Yeah I know that’s long but they were back to back and I consider it one “thing”; “The reintroduction of the Iron Islands subplot and introduction of Euron from episode 6.2”.

      I mean so much of it they got right, and great Yara stuff as political leader standing up to her father’s stupid lack of planning.

      I like it on its own merits, but also because by the end of Season 5 I was *utterly convinced* we’d never get the Kingsmoot subplot, and I feel they did it surprisingly well across all of Season 6. Some say I’m harsh on the TV show just for being a TV show; heck no, I enjoy it when they condense things so long as they condense them *well* (directly compare the Ironborn to how Dorne got handled, both being from book four).

      And in part due to all of this….it was just the point when my faith in the show was reaffirmed enough to actually be emotionally invested. Not in Benioff and Weiss, they’re dead to me, but in the TV show as a whole and the other writers who I love, etc. it’s enough to keep me going and that not all is lost. (My overall conclusion on Season 6 is “most storylines turned around after a lackluster Season 5 for some of them….except for Dorne….and except for the North overall, given that Sansa didn’t get a lot to do and the big battle scene ended up being kind of random with no follow-up to earlier foreshadowing about Ramsay’s shortsightedness).

      I ramble on.

      Plenty of other good scenes though. But these really *were not* giant action spectacles but quiet scenes between two characters at a time (okay, with some great practical rain effects for the rope bridge scene).

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    67. Without a doubt, my most favorite scene was “Hold the door”. Damn…I just teared up thinking about it again

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    68. My favorite moment in season six is the reveal of Jon Snow being Lyanna’s son. The cut from the baby opening his eyes for the first time to Jon’s face was priceless!

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    69. My most favorite and memorable scene was the destruction of the Sept of Baelor. The score was also phenomenal. The whole scene kept me on the edge of my seat. Margaery warning the High Sparrow and everyone in attendance gave me chills as she could have prevented their deaths if they heed the warning. Cersei watching their deaths (with a smug smile) was perfect.

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    70. I loved it when the Wildlings take a stand to support Jon Snow against Ramsey Bolton. Tormund Giantsbane also lovenly stairing at Brienne is a great moment too!

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    71. My favorite scenes mostly deal with Sansa’s arc, to me she is really starting to play and I get the sense of a future Queen in the making if she continues to learn from different people ( L Mormont, Davos, L Glover, LF, Margery, Cersei, Brienne, etc.)

      My other favorite scene ends on a sad note the death of Hodor.

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    72. My favorite part was the beautifully filmed, acted and written sequence of Arya dropping off the House of Black and White in episode 6, along with the brilliant Essie Davis and the gorgeous and epic score of Ramin.

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    73. My favorite moment this season was Dany and her dragons setting Slaver’s Bay on fire, then naming it The Bay of Dragons 🐉

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    74. In a season with excellent scenes (like Jon resurrected, or Ghost howls to start the season, Jon being knighted KoTN, or Daenerys sailing West, BoTB, or Cersei blowing up the Sept – damn 610 was excellent), my favorite scene has to be the 100% confirmation that Jon was not Ned’s bastard and his nephew.

      R+L=J.

      It was something we have known but it was great to see, the actors and the music made the scene the most memorable and most emotional for me to date.

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    75. The entire Sept of Baelor sequence in The Winds of Winter was my favorite moment in the series to date. Just astoundingly good filmmaking.

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    76. Jon against the Bolton Army is my favorite. Drogon making his entrance for Khalessi to her Dothrakiand Unsullied Army, my favorite too.

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    77. My favourite moment in season 6 was when all the northerners started chanting “The King in the North!” The music, the speeches… It almost made me tear up…

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    78. My favorite moment in season 6 (and there are so many) is the opening sequence of the Battle of the Bastards and the “peace talks” with between Team Dany and the slave traders. When Drogon shows up after what appears to be summoned by Dany and she takes off..she lets them know how feared she should be. And then she goes and tears some s*!# up and the other 2 dragons break out….best. scenes. ever. #bosslady

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    79. Cersei getting her revenge– I know a lot of people think Cersei is pure evil; considering the entire characters in the show (sorry only read the fifth book :/) I disagree: Cersei is truly an itchy and non-likeable character for sure, but so is everyone else in the show (Even naive Sansa ruthlessly made Ramsay a meal for his own dogs, that was another fave moment, anyways). She also brought her own doom in Season 5 by dealing with High Sparrow and paving the way to power for zealots, but for God’s sake, Lady Olenna murdered her son, Margaery stole the other, and all that “divine” justice by public slut shaming… I don’t know, it was a very satisfying moment, a guilty pleasure if I may say so, to finally see her get her moment since Season 1 without the influence (you may read “oppression”) of her husband, her father, her son, her brother/lover. I would never want Cersei anywhere around me in real life, but in the show’s context, I think it was justified in a way (poor guy crushed by the bell though :/).

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    80. My favorite moment was finally getting the Tower of Joy reveal followed by Lyanna Mormont’s speech, which lead to the election of Jon as the King In DaNorf!

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    81. My favorite moment was the Sansa and Jon reunion, we waiting these many seasons to see the Stark kids meet again and this time in a more matured level, both characters had gone thru so much on their own, that just having them together again, was a great feeling as a fan!

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    82. My Favorite Moment of Season 6:

      When Khaleesi gave her speech to the Khals before showing herself as “The Unburned”….the faces of Daario & Jorah as everyone bowed down was INCREDIBLE!

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    83. Can’t believe I’m writing this. As much as I hate Cersei and the fact that she killed my girl Margaery I hated the High Sparrow 1000 times more so her blowing up the Sept and killing him was probably one of my favorite moments from the season!

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    84. My other halfs birthday is Boxing Day!!!!! If I won this she could watch season six in the bedroom while I watch the cricket in stunning HD lol

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    85. Definitely the long shot in The Battle of the Bastards, but the entire episode is perfection!

      I think I’ve watched that episode around 10 times, now! Amazing.

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    86. I want to add the music throughout episodes 9 and 10 especially Jon Standing against the Boltons, opening scene with Cersei and the sept in 10, baby Jon reveal to adult Jon.

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    87. My favorite moment of Season 6 was the big reveal in the Tower of
      Joy, when the close-up of the baby’s face changed to Jon Snow?

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    88. My favourite season 6 scene was during battle of the bastards where jon stood there while the cavalry was charging at him because it shows hes afraid but brave at the same time , ” how can a man be brave if he is afraid” ” that is the only time a man can be brave”

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    89. Gonna have to go with Jon Snow’s epic 60 second shot on the battle field in Battle of the Bastards. The whole Sept sequence was great, but nothing has kept me on the edge of my seat like that battle scene since Hardhome. Truly amazing!

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    90. Absolute favourite moment: Tower of Joy! Finally we got to see what we knew all along; Eddard Stark was one, if not the most honourable man in Westeros! He kept his promise to his sister Lyanna and protected Jon until the day he died, and beyond. The transition from baby Jon, to Jon Stark/Targaryen – The white wolf.. Beautiful!

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    91. The best (and saddest) moment was definitely the Hodor thing because we really dind’t expect this was going to happen. I mean, c’mon guys, the sixth season was so predictable. But “Hold the door” was a great revelation, it blew my mind! So, Hodor deserves the honor of best moment in the season.

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    92. Favorite moment has got to be the Hodor revelation at the end of episode 5. I knew that the scene was coming, given the heavy amout of internet spoilers associated with season 6, but nonetheless I still found myself biting my tongue on the edge of tears as it all played out. Apart from the emotional impact, I felt that it was the first timr that the show managed to showcase its ability to play out a scene in a way that is virtually impossible in the books. They made it their own, and managed to maintain the integrity of the source material in the process.
      It will forever live on in my memory of the show.

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    93. My favorite moment in Game of Thrones, so far, would have to be the Tower of joy scene with young Ned Stark, Lyanna Stark & baby Jon. Then it faded from baby Jon to current Jon. It was such an iconic moment, that all fans, book & show fans alike, waited so long for! “Promise me, Ned!” *sigh*

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    94. My favorite moment of Season 06 was Arya watching the play and laughing along with the crowd until it got to the beheading of Ned. And then her expression changed and you could just see Arya remembering when the real Ned (her father) was beheaded. All of a sudden we were taken back to that moment just by the look in her eyes, the pain on her face. We were taken back to when this whole journey of Arya’s began and that little girl from so long ago was there right before us again. It was just so heartbreaking and beautiful and like a sucker-punch to the gut.

      Second place: Tyrion and the dragons.

      Third place: “A girl is Arya Stark of Winterfell and I’m going home.”

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    95. My favorite moment was when lyanna Mormont proclaimed “we know no king but the king in the north , Idc if he’s a bastard , Ned Starks blood runs through his veins!!” KITN!!!

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    96. The Tower of Joy reveal was the best scene, especially when it transitioned into Jon’s face. The music made it so much more beautiful.

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    97. My favorite moment was the fadeout from Baby Jon to KITN–we waited a long time to have R+L=J confirmed and the reveal didn’t disappoint.

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    98. Season 6 has the most satisfying moments of the entire series so far, but I think one of my favorites is the transition from Lyanna’s baby to Jon’s face. The music and the editing ughhhhhhh, so effin cool and emotional and satisfactory, we finally got R+L= J confirmed!

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    99. My favorite moment of Season 6 is actually the scene between Euron and Balon on the bridge. I so expected the adaptation of this (off-screen) book element to be disappointing, but not only was the scene beautifully written, but Pilou Asbaek turned out to be the perfect Euron, even without an eyepatch.

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    100. Someone give Miguel Sapochnik a round of applause cause if you were’t on the edge of your seat throughout the first fifteen minutes of the finale then you may be as senseless as Tyrion’s cousin Orson.
      It was riveting, every second that went by had our attention, and Ramin’s score knocked it out of the park yet again. As every piece of the puzzle begins to assemble itself, we can’t help but fee the excitment build up on the inside as it becomes apart that blackwater bay was not the last time we’d be seiing wildfire.
      Even just writing about it makes me get all excited inside.

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    101. Favorite moment of the entire Season 6 was when Drogon, Viserion and Rhaegal, together with Mommy, neatly defeated the Masters in Meereen.

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    102. This would be so awesome, I’m going to go find a tree and place my palm on it and begin to pray in hopes that I’ll have something physical to show my love and appreciation of the show!

      Thanks for all the awesome contests btw!

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    103. My favorite moment was seeing Cersei being crowned, she is my favorite character. I watched “The Winds of Winter” more times than any other episode in the show.

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    104. ….the moment where Cersei raises the cup to the bursting sept with a hint of a smile on a smirking face. yes! that were my dreams coming true….

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    105. My favorite moment in my second favorite season? Whew, tall order! I think the most memorable of all would be when Jon nearly suffocates during that crazy-good crowd scene at the Battle of the Bastards. I thiiiiiink that’s my favorite, because it is just positively haunting me to this day and for many days to come.

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    106. Tower of Joy…
      Much anticipated and eventually it came out perfect. The music is exceptional and makes it one of the most heart-breaking things I’ve ever seen.

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    107. Even though it meant my babe Maerge’s death, I’d have to go with Cersei burning the Great Sept of Baelor while Djawadi’s ‘Light of the Seven’ played in the background. I could watch the whole sequence from everyone getting dressed to Tommen jumping out the window a thousand times and never get tired of it.

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    108. My favorite moment was when Lyanna Mormont gave her speech in the hall at Winterfell and everyone chanted, “King in the North!” I still have chill bumps!!

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    109. Well, I could tell about Cercei’s revenge, Hodor’s death or Battle of The Bastards… but, actually, my favorite moment of season 6 is the ending of the 3rd episode – reborn of Jon’s state of mind. He executed the traitors and when he spoke with Edd it gives me whole damn goosebumps:
      – What do you want me to do with this?
      – Wear it. Burn it. Whatever You Want. You have Castle Black.
      My watch is ended.
      It was the brilliant moment…

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    110. I don’t care about whether I can actually play it, I just wanna win something. My favourite S6 moment was easily “Hold the door”.

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    111. Man I loved almost the whole thing. lol

      But my fav…The Promise Me Ned scene with Baby Jon fading into grown up Jon. Gets me everytime.

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    112. My favorite scene was definitely the resurrection of Jon Snow and Mellisandre just as surprised that it worked, her faith restored.

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    113. My favorite moment was the tower of joy scenes. There was something about that moment prior to the revelation confirmation that just made that scene fill me with such awe.

      It’s moments like that, that make some of the tedious parts of life worth the price of admission.

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    114. I would have to say the best moment for me was the kingsmoot.

      After S5 I wasn’t sure we’d ever get to see it, and even though I found the book counterpart to be far superior, it was really great to have it adapted.

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    115. Probably Sansa getting her ultimate revenge on Ramsay at the end of episode 9. Sansa has become my favorite character over the seasons and that scene just sent chills down my spine.

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    116. When Jon and Sansa reunited after surviving their own personal deaths in a way and seeing what they really mean towards each other.

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    117. My favorite thing from season 6 was the way Tormund Giantsbane looked and Brienne of Tarth like she was the most fascinating thing he had ever seen, and she looked at him well just the opposite.

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    118. My favourite part of season 6 definitely has to be the destruction of the Great Sept of Balor and all those within it. It was truly explosive! 😀

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    119. Although one of the saddest, The Winds of Winter was by far my favorite episode. The beginning sequence with Cersei preparing herself for what’s coming, Tommen dressing himself, and Margery sensing something wrong in the Sept all while the amazing musical score played, was intense. Then seeing how everything was set up for the wildfire to go off truly executed every single emotion in me. Probably one of the most beautifully made scenes in GoT history.

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    120. My favorite moment of season 6 is when Dany is on the ship heading to Westeros. The music was amazing and visually it was stunning and exciting! <3

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    121. My favorite moment is when Sansa tells her loathsome, abusive husband Ramsay Bolton to, “Sleep well” because “tomorrow you will die.”

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    122. My favorite moment of Season 6 (there are so many great ones!) is the moment when Arya avenges her family and rids the world of Walder Frey. Super dark scene, so intense and so badass!

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    123. It is difficult to choose just one favorite, but I will have to go with the “Hold the door” scene. Hodor was so pure of heart. The scene made me cry each time I watched it.

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    124. Best moment was by far the 20 minutes of the finale, leading up/explosion at the Sept of Baelor. So creepy and so awesome.

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    125. OMG! cant choose!… but i got to go with the scene of Daenerys flying on Drogon and the other dragons. So breathtaking and empowering!!

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    126. When Arya went into that room and cut the candle with needle….whew chillllllsssss also when Jon draws Long Claw with the Bolton army coming at him. Wow I could go on and on. Also Novemeber 15th is my birthday. What a gift that would be!!

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    127. My favorite scene was the rerun of Bran and his visit to Winterfell. He also brought us the runner ups such as Hold the Door and R+L=J. He was missed in season 5 for sure!

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    128. Absolutely, without a doubt, the Battle of the Bastards. It’s just so beautiful, the haunting images, the dialogue, the music, the Knights of the Vale riding to the rescue. It’s perfect in every way. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a better episode of TV in my life.

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    129. My absolute favorite moment from season 6 was the Battle of the Bastards. Seeing the Bolton banners fall and the Stark direwolf rise again over Winterfell was something I’ve been waiting for for a very long time!

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    130. The scene with Daenerys sailing her fleet toward Westeros. The music gave me chills. Drogon swooping to the water had me cheering! 😀

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    131. Honestly I loved “Battle of the Bastards” and “The Winters of Winter” so much that it’s hard to pick a favorite scene out of the two. Miguel Sapochnik and the whole cast and crew were at the top of their game.

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    132. Whilst there’s a lot of last season that stands out to me I think the moment I have the fondest memories of is the Jon/Sansa reunion. Two of my favourite characters sharing a scene that is purely joyful whilst also fulfilling something I’ve wanted to see for several years meant a lot to see.

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    133. My favorite moment in Season 6 was the BIG reveal..the revelation about Jon Snow’s parentage, of him being revealed as a Stark/Targaryen!

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    134. My personal favorite moment would have to be the introduction of Lyanna Mormont where she was no nonsense and to the point in her meeting with Jon, Sansa, and Davos.

      She really kicked ass!

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    135. MY FAVORITE MOMENT FOR GAME OF THRONES SEASON 6:

      I love the show because of Daenerys and I’ll be forever a Dany fan. We’ve seen her grown a lot from season 1 to 6. The moment when she got to fly Drogon where mereen was under attack was my favorite moment for sure. Seeing her able to feel and know when Drogon is coming is awesome that connection she has with dragon is amazing. Seeing her ride him I thought wow season 7 is going to be something else. Each season of the show is getting bigger and better, it’s all coming together nicely. I can’t wait to see her fly Drogon next season and see her home westeros. She’s come along way and I love that girl power moment. I’ll always root for her to win 🙂

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    136. My favorite scene in season 6 was Jon standing in front of the wall of riders before the collision of his support coming to husband rescue. That moment gives me chills even after i have watched it 50 times.

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    137. Wow…So many great moments! The first 20 mins of the 10th ep and its beautiful music,Jon´s ress,Cercei blowing up the Sept,the final scene,the Night King and his army,Jon and Sansa reuniting,Hodor´s death,BotB,Lyana Mormont,KitN but my favorite scene has to be the ToJ and the transition of baby Jon to adult one! Amazing photography and even more amazing score!!!

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    138. Hello I’m from Argentina and this is the first time that I comment on this website (that I check everyday). Personally I think that my favorite moment of season six is the scene when the true origin of Jon Snow is revealed.
      It was a shocking moment for me because I read the books like five years ago and I always was obsessed with this theme about Jon’ parents, so I was relieved to know that the series could answer my questions.

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    139. So hard to choose! I think my fave has to be the death of Ramsay. So fitting. And Sansa. Her expression. Amazing and incredibly moving scene.

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    140. My favorite moment happens right after the knights of the Vale smash Ramsay’s line. There a moment where the camera focuses on Sophie Turner’s Sansa Stark. Sansa has this look on her face, like quiet satisfaction. It looks like she’s slipped the burdens that have troubled her for years. It looks like she has finally learned to play the Game of Thrones.

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    141. When the Bolton’s banners are removed from Winterfell, and the Stark’s banners are raised again.

      It’s a really simple detail in comparison to all the great moments in season six, but it made my heart explode to just see the direwolf sigil upon the walls of Winterfell again. Jon and Sansa teaming up and rallying the north to retake their home, after a lot of time, it was amazing. Finally, the direwolves rise again!

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    142. There are so many great moments in Season 6.

      My favorite moment was : Winds of Winter opening sequence. It was glorious from beginning to end. Oh my god that score was so beautiful. I loved how it all unfolded like a suspense thriller.

      You are wondering what is going on and how it all would end. Then, we found out. The Sept of Baelor blew up and all those people died. It was fantastic.

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    143. Meeting Lyanna Mournont.
      Love the little whipper snapper.
      “We are not a large house but a proud one”

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    144. Favorite moment of season 6…hmm, that’s tough. There were a lot of amazing scenes, and exciting scenes, and nerve-wracking scenes, and tragic scenes, but for “favorite moment”, I think I’ll have to go with the scene that brought the biggest sick grin to my face…the death of Walder Frey.

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    145. I’m going to pick something that went down a little more quietly. It was when by chance Jaime saw Brienne and Pod flee from the castle, riding silently down the river. The different sides of Jaime Lannister in that episode were poignant. I wanted to dislike him again with everything that’s happened since his return to King’s Landing and then this episode happened. When I saw the Jaime’s reaction, his eyes wide and sad, keeping the silence and then waving the golden hand, it reminded me the character I grew to like in season 3 was still there.

      …Then again, my favorite character is Brienne so this may be biased as any scene she’s in is usually funny or emotional satisfying.

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    146. Hands down best ending to a season. S04E10 when the scene opens to Arya leaving Westeros for Braavos. The combination of Dark Wings, Dark Words and the unadulterated landscape highlights a peaceful yet dramatic aftermath of the Westerosian conflicts seen in season 4. The Children plays, signifying Arya’s exit, leaving behind the continent which wronged her family, wronged her house. Beautiful scenery, beautiful tune, beautiful ending. Valar Morghulis.

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    147. My favorite part HAD to be the Tower of Joy/White Wolf/Jon as King in the North transition….finally answered the R+L=J theory.

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    148. My favorite part this season is when Sansa set the dogs on Ramsey. She finally got her revenge and he got what he deserved!!

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    149. My favorite moment would be Sam’s reaction to seeing the library at Oldtown. The most memorable would probably be Hodor’s last stand.

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    150. Sam’s first sight of the Great Library at the Citadel! Wondrous!

      ps–> Histories and Lore on House Dayne! Squeeeee!!

      EDIT: Hahahaha James Long! Me too!

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    151. My favorite moment would be to know Jon’s true parentage it was amazing. And for me, are always memorable the scenes with dragons

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    152. Favorite moment: Watching the Bolton banners fall and the Stark banners return to their rightful place.

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    153. That moment when Daenerys starts her Journey to Westeros, followed by her entire fleet & her dragons flying above her.
      I GOT GOOSEBUMPS! 😀

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    154. My favorite moment in season 6 GOT is when Walderfray try to compare him self with jamie as 2 king slayers and Jamie Insault Walderfray “why do we need you ” ☺

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    155. My favorite scene was the King of the North. Prior to this epic event, Jon had lost his way, merely going through the motions after his resurrection. Had it not been for Sansa pushing him to get Winterfell back, he’d have turned a blind eye to everyone and everything out of spite. The Battle of Bastards only brought more devastation to him, first killing Rickon and nearly wiping him out again.

      The King of the North resonated so strongly to me because it brought Jon to full circle. A bastard with no titles to his name, who’d lost everything, was suddenly recognized by the other lords as the King in the North and given everything. Not to mention, it came in a time when Bran just learned of Jon’s true heritage.

      I swear, each time I see the King in the North scene I well up. 😀 Such an awesome scene!

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    156. My favorite scene from season 6 was when Arya told Jaqen H’ghar “I am Arya Stark from Winterfell, and I’m going home”!

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    157. The Bronn & Pod reunion was magical (“Lesson number one: assume everyone wants to hit you. ‘Cause they do, Pod. Everyone wants to hit a fucking squire.”), but I’m a man of simple tastes so I’m choosing the best moment of the single best character ever portrayed in the series: that time when Lyanna Mormont gave a hard time to the Stark begging-half-brothers-duo in Bear’s Island.

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    158. Tyrion unleashing the dragons or the Stark banners flying at Winterfell..I almost always hear that in Hot Pie’s voice.. Winta-hell..lol

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    159. My favorite moment is the R+L=J confirmation scene that transitioned into the King in the North scene. “Promise me, Ned” > Ned’s tears > baby Jon > adult Jon > Lady Mormont’s impassioned speech > Lords Manderly & Glover pledging fealty to Jon > the entire room chanting “the King in the North!” > Jon’s shocked & happy reaction.

      I may or may not have chanted along with the Northern lords, lol. I’ve watched that moment countless times and it is still powerful and never fails to make me smile.

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    160. In the Battle of the Bastards when everyone is being crushed and then Jon fights his way to the surface because he wants to live. Best part of the whole season I think.

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    161. Favorite moment has got to be when Cersei takes her seat on the iron throne. Super chilling and epic. Hope I win one of these giveaways finally!

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    162. Jon and Sansa reuniting at Castle Black was my favorite moment in GOT Season 6. After all the Starks’ heart ache, they deserved a little bit of happiness.

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    163. It’s so hard to choose because there were a few great moments but because I haven’t seen it mentioned I choose Jon Snow coming back to land of the living. People like me were looked as idiots because we were not 100 percent sure but I did have doubts that he would come back as himself, so when he rose up on the table it was very nice moment for me 🙂

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    164. It hard to choose because all the seasons and all the scenes are really good. But if I have to choose one scene I would definetely choose the Battle of Bastards. I love that scene when Jon Snow is standing in front of Ramsais horses. I would never forget that moment!!

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    165. Favorite moment had to be Battle of the Bastards. Combination of epic story with revolutionary cinematography. I was in awe the whole episode; this was beautiful and chaotic in so many ways.

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    166. Beezy Targaryen,

      When the melancholy music played during credits at the end of that episode I just sat there with so many feels. Online everyone was like “Mic drop yay Jon’s getting the hell outta there” but I just felt sorry for him.

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    167. My favorite moment of season 6 has to be Jon and Sansa’s reunion. It brings tears to my eyes every time I watch it. Jon and Sansa (and Theon) were my favorite POV characters while reading the books, so watching them interact on-screen was a dream come true for me. I can’t wait to see what next season’s reunions and meetings bring us.

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    168. So my favorite scene was when when there was the fight between the common people and kings people because Joffrey wanted to kill them all. Then Tyrion got pissed off at him and Jofffrey said “you’re talking to a king.” Tyrion smacked him across the face and said “now I’ve struck a king did my hand fall from my wrist.” Yup that was probably my favorite scene.

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    169. Now that the shock of the election is over.
      #3-Sansa refusing and calling LF out on his dream and loyalty in the Gods wood of WF. scene episode 10

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    170. My favourite moment was Sansa her reunion with Jon, for sure.
      We’ve waited so long for a Stark reunion and the moment itself was beautifull

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    171. My favorite scene in season six was the moment when Daenerys named Tyrion the Hand of the Queen. It was difficult to choose between that and the moment that she set sail for Westeros, but I am happy with my choice. That exact moment was one I had been hoping for since I first heard about Game of Thrones, after season one and before season two, and I started reading the books. I figured Daenerys sailing was inevitable, but it wasn’t obvious that Tyrion and Daenerys’s friendship would really happen, nevermind the exact situation that I had my fingers crossed for.

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    172. Sansa and Jon Snow moments and Cersei’s coronation and what she has become throughout is my favorite moment of the season.

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    173. My favorite moment of season 6 was the unexpected reveal of the creation of the White Walkers, followed by the Hold the Door sequence!!

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    174. I have to say the reveal of Jon’s parentage. The Tower of Joy scene when Lyanna whispered those words, “promise me, Ned” moved me to tears and as the scene cut from the baby’s face to that of the King in the North made me catch my breath. It was a scene that was handled so well it amazed me.

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    175. Favorite season 6 moment was when Jon fought his was back from beneath the pile of bodies during the BotB, it was the moment where he decided he wanted to stay alive, after all.

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    176. My favorite moment was Jon being crowned King in the North. The entire scene, including Lyanna’s speech, with the entire Winterfell Hall (except for Sansa and Littlefinger) cherring KING IN THE NORTH!!!

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    177. Favorite scenes were between Tyrion and Tywin. (Ahh, I miss those.)

      Favorite single moment was Ned and Jon stopping to talk before Jon went one way, to the wall, and Ned the other, to King’s Landing. Book readers knew, they would never see each other again.

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    178. This past season was rife with amazing spectacular moments,its hard to choose just one. But if I have to….it has to be Jon Snow coming back to life. It was the longest I held my breath while watching this series.

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    179. My favorite moments this season were the resurrection of Jon Snow, and the scenes of Tower of Joy + King in the North. Love it.

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    180. Anything with a Lyanna. R+L=J confirmed was huge, and the sassy little lady of bear Island stole my heart a few times as well!

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    181. For me it was “Hold the door!”

      Watched that with a few non-book readers and ALL of us were impacted in a deep way by that scene.

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    182. My favorite would be Lyanna Mormont tearing into the other lords of the North and proclaiming Jon King. But the most memorable would be the Hold the Door scene and seeing how Hodor came to be.

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    183. Not trying to enter twice, but I don’t see my original post. Just in case…

      My favorite moment was Jon and Sansa’s reunion.

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    184. There are so many to chose from and I think season 6 could be me favorite season so far but if I had to choose it would be when Jon and Sansa reunited. Two characters from different ends of the spectrum from the series start they were still happy to see each other.

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    185. There was so much great stuff this season, but for me the moment that I can’t get out of my head is when Dany made Tyrion her Hand of the Queen. My heart grew three sizes that day …

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    186. S6 Ep9 (BotB) the moment when an unhorsedand resigned Jon Snow tosses his scabbard and stands his ground ready to take on all the Bolton forces.

      That shot of him from behind getting in a combat stance as all the horses charge down on him is my favorite of the season and maybe of the whole series. So epic!

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    187. Favorite moment was Rickon’s fateful run across the battlefield. Never mind that the show never really gave us a reason to care about Rickon…all the actors and Sapochnik and the production team came together to give us the most tense and suspenseful scene of the year.

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    188. My favorite part of season 6 is by far the Jon Snow lineage reveal. When the scene cuts from the baby that young Ned was holding to Jon Snow in his “King in da Norf” coronation, I actually teared up.

      A close second may be the Hounds interaction with the BWOB who are hanging outlaws
      Clegane: “There was a time I would have killed all seven of you, just to gut these three”
      Thoros: “You’re getting old Clegane”
      Clegane: “He’s not” as he kicks the block out from under the first guy

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    189. That moment before the storm that is the BotB begins in Episode 9 and that moment after the battle is done when you realize you weren’t breathing for the last however many minutes!

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    190. Oddly enough I’d have to say Cersei blowing up the Great Sept of Baelor. She finally got her revenge despite being underestimated by everyone. Not only that but in doing so she finally got what she wanted; the Iron Throne.

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    191. Season 6 has so many great scenes. Really tough to pick between Hold the Door and The Battle of the Bastards. I guess I’ll have to pick then it would be when the horses were galloping in slow motion and Jon Snow was facing down the army by his lonesome.

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    192. Best moment of season six and one of the best in the entire serie

      When hundreds of horses are charging to finish poor Jon but his allies crash with them horse with horse, AMAZING!

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    193. My favorite moment was when Brienne swore service to Sansa. The scene was perfect. All four people there found their place.

      Brienne found someone to serve, one she had already pledge to save. She had messed up by missing the candle but she saved Sansa. She had come through and found her right place.

      Pod had been able to fight and demonstrate his abilities in the rescue and by helping provide the right words, as well as giving support, was providing the kind of service a good squire does. He had come through. and found his place.

      Theon redeemed himself somewhat by rescuing Sansa and risking everything for her. He was able to repay at least in part his debt to the Starks and his approval of the pledge and its taking helped find a place for him.

      And, finally, Sansa, who had mostly been a pawn became a queen with her own really wonderful servitor and bodyguard. Throughout the series she moved from petulant early teen to a young woman who survived by taking orders and supporting those in power. That led her to the horrid marriage with the son of the man who stabbed her own family in the back. By accepting the service of Brienne, she now accepts the role of adult.

      This was a perfect scene.

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    194. My favorite moment of Season 6 was Jon standing alone, sword in hand, facing the Bolton cavalry charge after Rickon was killed by Ramsay.

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    195. That single moment when Jon falls off his horse (BotB) and Ramsey’s horsemen are barreling down on him.

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    196. The R+L=J confirmation scene would seem like the obvious choice as a favorite. But my favorite scene was Bran discovering through his vision the creation of the White Walkers by the Children of the Forest. I had suspicions the children were somehow involved with their return, and it was so satisfying to find out that they were responsible for the Others origin.

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    197. My favorite moment in GoT is definitely The Battle of the Bastards, especially when Jon almost kills Ramsay with his fists. That was so satisfying.

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    198. My favorite moment had to be when Cersei defeated all of her enemies in the finale. Margaery’s final push was crushing, and “The Light of the Seven” has been on my playlist ever since.

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    199. Cersei wildfiring some of her nemesis was truly a marvelous, inspiring moment for a character most hate and her crowning glory. So many shivers!

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    200. My favorite moment was when the camera starts to zoom in the son of Lyanna and then Jon appears on screen. The music in that moment was so great that I felt the goosebumps in my arm. Just to finish with Lyanna Mormont’s speech. For the first time in the series, tears appear in my face. Jon is the living image of Ned Stark.

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    201. So hard to pick just one but I would have to say when Daenerys meets with the slavers and makes them watch as she incinerates their entire fleet before killing the worst of the two.

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    202. How do you even pick a favorite moment there were so many…

      The revelation of Jon’s parentage
      Arya’s return to Westeros
      Sansa’s reunion with Jon
      Ramsey’s defeat
      Bran’s entire storyline
      Cersi’s revenge

      The entire season had me on pins and needles. Having been a GOT fan for so long the wait between episodes was unbearable.

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    203. My favorite moment this season was when Jon charges at Ramsay with nothing but a shield, and blocks three arrows before taking him down.

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    204. I’d really love this for my mom and dad, they don’t have HBO.

      My favourite part of season six was absolutely the revealing of Jon’s true parentage. Although we all already knew, the reveal somehow still gave me chills.

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    205. There were many moments, but I’ll name just one.

      When Lyanna Mormont read everyone to filth, even grown men, and made them feel shame! YASSSS, GIRL, YASSSS!

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    206. My favorite scene was Jon’s resurrection, because I knew it had to happen but I was still on the edge of my seat.

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    207. It is aaaaaaalways the same, like yes you can win something but just so you know this is not compatible to your region OR we do not ship to your region. it’s like if you are not from a famous big country, you are at once excluded from anything on the internet –‘

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    208. I loved the surprise Battle of Meereen before the amazingly epic Battle of the Bastards. It was the first time we got to see Daenerys use her dragons in a battle scene – and hopefully a hint of more to come in the future!

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    209. To this day, ‘the feels’ gets me every time someone mentions “Hodor!”. The reveal of Hodor’s past, as well as everything in between in conjunction to him (all leading up to his death), was one of the most heart-wrenching scenes thus far in the whole entire series. Kristian Naim and Sam Coleman (young Hodor) were brilliant!

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    210. My favorite moment is in Battle of the Bastards after Jon and the wildlings bust into Winterfell and Jon’s coming at Ramsay with nothing but a shield. Jon stops every arrow and Ramsay goes for the 4th but it’s too late. That oh shit look of terror on Ramsay’s face right before Jon knocks him to the ground is just perfect.

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    211. There were so many amazing moments in Season Six that it’s really hard to just pick one!! Everything in the “Battle of the Bastards” episode was absolutely breathtaking!! That had to be the most epic battle I’ve ever seen before on TV in my entire life!! I really like the part when Sansa made that “approving grin” as the hounds decided to turn their attention to Ramsey!! I got out of my chair and started cheering after that episode!! “Games of Thrones” is by far the BEST show that has ever been created!!

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    212. My favorite scene has to be the tower of joy + the reveal of jon snow’s mother (lyanna) aka the most anticipated scene in the whole series 🙂 good luck every one

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    213. My favorite moment of Season 6 was:

      When we get to the flashback of Jon’s birth through Bran’s visions, from the babe slowly opening his eyes and then quickly flash to the grown man and named The King in the North. It is very relieving and breathtaking.

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    214. Jon Snow–covered in blood, dirt and guts–locking eyes with Ramsay after Sasha arrives and the battle turns to the Stark’s favor.

      Ramsay knows it’s over but struts into Winterfell, nonetheless. Jon and his mates, Tormund and Mum Mun, chase after the cocky villain, intent on finishing the fight.

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    215. Season six started with a bang and took off like a run away train, so it’s hard to just pick one favorite scene from season six. Jon Snows resurrection was one of the best scenes in season six and I believe most people would agree. I also loved the battle of the bastards and Daenerys soaring through the sky on Drogons back while being flanked by Rhaegal and Viserion to annihilate the masters and force them into submission. Last, but not least has to be the Tower of Joy scene confirming the long standing fan theory R+L=J. Really looking forward to rewatching season 6. I would also like to thank the members of WOTW for posting amazing content to help all of us endure the long wait for season 7.

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    216. I didn’t think they could ever top Hardhome, and then we were given Dani + Dragons = Top Gun scene, closely followed by probably the best medieval battle scene in the history of television. But just one week later they topped everything ever done on the show with the wildfire sept explosion. 23 minutes of haunting music; When the boys choir joined in with the organ music you just knew shit was getting real. Then the violins and cellos joined the crescendo party, the music ended, and kaboom! And then Cersei took that sip of wine.

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    217. Best insight and reveal was the creation of “Hodor” and the true warg power that Bran holds. But Jon’s crawl out of the Battle to rise to the top was pretty great also.

      The music and orchestration with the use of themes has been great throughout. Worth watching and listening to – time and again.

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    218. My favorite moment was the battle of Tower of Joy. Not only it’s extremely efficient and visually simplistic on the fight choreography, it also revealed the grey area between reality and fable, honor and dishonor, the exact truth of history. I was totally mesmerized by all the visual and audio effects of the fight sequence and the implications that propelled the story into many possibilities: how bran could unconsciously alter the history, the secret in the tower, the tragedy of love.
      GOT rarely has flashbacks, but when it deploys them, they are truly effective and memorable.

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    219. Definately my favorite season 6 moment was Cersei’s revenge and triumph of the evil over all her enemies once and for all!
      Burn them all my evil dark Queen, and long may she reign.

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    220. So hard to choose a favorite! Cersei drinking wine and smirking at the utter destruction of the Sept of Baelor, House Tyrell & the High Sparrow was certainly one of my fave moments. So epic

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    221. Well.. it’s hard to choose one favorite moment, but one moment that had me on the edge of my seat was the scene were cersei destroys the sept of baelor! And other moment that got me yelling of wowness was arya killing Wander Frey!!

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    222. My favorite moment was Cersei blowing up the Sept of Baelor. A beautifully constructed scene with so much tension. That along with the Light of The Seven calmly playing throughout made this an extraordinary scene.

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    223. My favorite moment was when Tyrion went to free the dragons and his interactions with them. I think this is a foreshadowing of something truly awesome to come.

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    224. My favorite part of season six has to be the slow build up to Cersei’s trial. Its one of the best sequences in the entire series.

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    225. My favorite moment was, CONFESS! CONFESS! CONFESS! This chilling moment was Cersei at her absolute best and scariest! Amazing performance by Lena.

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    226. My favorite moment from Game of Thrones Season 6 is when Ramsey was eaten by his dogs after the Battle of the Bastards. Thanks for the giveaway. My wife and I love this show.

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    227. My favorite scene has to be the end of episode 10. Seeing Danny finally making her way to Westeros was great. And the music was amazing.

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    228. My favourite part of season 6 is the Hodor reveal…. so emotional, so heartbreaking and so perfectly tragic! Best episode IMO.

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    229. My favorite scene was Jon drawing his sword alone against the Bolton army after being knocked off his horse. Incredible moment and incredible acting.

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    230. As for season six, it’s actually extremely hard for me to narrow down every incredible moment to just ONE scene that amazed me… because it ALL did!
      But, alas, I must choose just one. I would have to say that my favorite moment from the sixth season would have to be the last moments of the finale. Though very unfavorable to many, the coronation of Cersei Lannister had me… cheering… in joy, especially after seeing the impeding danger of Daenerys and her army approaching King’s Landing. Cersei Lannister will go down as my favorite character, and to see her, after all this time, finally taking a seat upon the Iron Throne, crowned and dressed the part of a powerful ruler… nothing made me happier! The overall theme of female empowerment drives this show to newer heights, and Cersei is the Queen Regal of feminism in my ‘heart’ eyes, LOL! Just this spectacular moment overall and proud moment for Cersei after everything she had gone through gave my black heart such joy!

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    231. My favorite moment was Jon’s true parentage finally being revealed, when we get that foreground of baby Jon, and then we change to present-day Jon.

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    232. When jon snows horse gets killed and he accepts that he might be trampled by horses so he just pulls out his sword and faces the Bolton army head on

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    233. There were so many great moments in Season 6! I can’t wait to get the DVD and watch them all again!

      But my favourite scene has to be Jaime and Brienne’s reunion at Riverrun and the discussion about Oathkeeper. “It’s yours…it’s always been yours.” The feels… 🙂

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    234. The wildfire sequence in the finale was breath-taking. And a second was Dany’s fiery takeover of the Dothraki.

      Hmmm both have fire. I wonder if that means anything…OMG !!!!

      LMAO. I don’t believe that theory, but fun. Please Old Gods and New, Lord of Light, etc. etc., I want the DVD!!!!