"The Children" is the tenth episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones. It is the fortieth episode of the series overall. It will air on June 15, 2014. It was written by producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and directed by Alex Graves.
At the Wall, and Beyond
The outer gate of Castle Black closes behind Jon Snow, and he walks north through the wreckage of the last night's battle, as Dolorous Edd watches from atop the Wall. Jon reaches the treeline and quickly arrives at the main camp of Mance Rayder's wildling horde. Jon holds up his hands to show he is unarmed, and is brought before the King-Beyond-the-Wall, who notes that he is wearing the black of the Night's Watch again. Mance brings Jon inside his tent, and questions his status as a traitor. Jon explains that he has always been loyal - to Qhorin Halfhand, whose plan was to have Jon infiltrate Mance's camp, and that Qhorin tricked Mance into trusting Jon by allowing Jon to kill Qhorin himself in a fight. Mance asks about Ygritte and Jon reveals that she is dead. Saddened, Mance proposes that they drink a toast to her memory (which Jon accepts after Mance explains that if he'd wanted to kill Jon he wouldn't need to poison his drink). Mance then asks about the giant who got through the gate, but never came out, and Jon says that he died, killing Jon's friend Grenn. Mance ruefully notes that the giant was named Mag the Mighty, and he was "king" of the giants - last of a bloodline stretching back thousands of years, before the First Men entered Westeros.
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