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When thinking of "strong" characters on Game of Thrones, Samwell Tarly may not immediately come to mind. But he's done something that many of his physically adept comrades can't claim: he's killed a White Walker. In the final season's second episode, as Winterfell prepares for the big fight against the dead, Sam defends his position on the frontlines by listing some of his greater accomplishments, like slaying one of their zombie enemies. Can't remember when and how he did it?
Back in season two when the White Walkers are still a big mystery in Westeros, the Night's Watch go on a mission to investigate them. They stop at Craster's Keep, something of a safe house run by a wildling named Craster and his many daughter-wives. This is where Sam meets and falls for Gilly, who's pregnant with Craster's baby. Jon Snow finds out that Craster's not exactly the best dad, as he's been sacrificing all of his baby boys to the White Walkers.
In season three, during a mutiny led by Night's Watch traitors, Sam and Gilly run away from Craster's Keep with her baby. With their sights set for Castle Black, they stop to rest in a cabin along the way. They end up hearing a bunch of crows...
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