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Similarly, her students, are merely a collection of insubordinate behaviors, untethered to any context beyond that of the familiar classroom story whose wildlings are transformed by inspirational pedagogy.
Along with Castle Black and the Shadow Tower, Eastwatch-by-the-Sea is one of only three manned castles left on the Wall, which Jon Snow mentions in a conversation with Orell the wildling back in Season 3.
Mance is no dummy, though, and when Jon kept glancing at a knife across the room, the wildling saw through the scheme.
Luckily, Gendry is not only alive and well but in the thick of the action in the war against the Army of the Dead with Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and a misfit band of wildlings, knights, the Brotherhood Without Banners and the Hound.
Jon Snow has difficulty convincing the wildlings to fight another battle Jon, Sansa and Ser Davos plead with Lady Mormont to side with them and lend them her soldiers.
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