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The sixth episode, titled "Blood of My Blood," of HBO's "Game of Thrones" Season 6 didn't explore the whereabouts of Jon Snow or Sansa Stark. However, it featured a positive development for Daenerys Targaryen and also showcased the comeback of Benjen Stark, who saved Bran Star from the wights.

However, fans of the series are looking forward to get answers to several questions that were left unexplained in the previous episode. The most noticeable of them are: will Jon Snow return to Winterfell and become Warden of the North, taking it back from Ramsey Bolton? Will Benjen Stark be able to protect Bran from the Night King?

According to the promo of the episode, it seems that Jon Snow and Sansa Stark will finally gather an army to take over Bolton in Winterfell while Jaime Lannister will try his best to tackle Walder Frey. However, viewers will get to see what exactly happens in the upcoming episode only when "Game of Thrones" Season 6 Episode 7, titled "The Broken Man," is aired on June 5.

As reported by Comic Book, in Episode 6, Bran Stark and Meera Reed were preparing themselves to meet the same end as Hodor in "The Door." Just when they thought their end was near, a mysterious stranger saved them. Afterwards, that stranger was revealed to be none other than Benjen Stark who was assumed to be turned into a White Walker but was ultimately saved by the Children with the use of dragonglass.

Elsewhere, Arya Stark refused to murder Lady Crane and snuck off to get her sword Needle from the seaside. Disappointed by her decision, Jagen H'gar sent the Waif to assassinate Arya Stark. Whether Arya will make it to the Westros and defeat Waif or not, will be seen once Episode 7 goes on air.

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