MISING IN AC­TION

Char­ac­ters who are rub­bish at keep­ing in touch

SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Game Of Thrones - Will Salmon

What­ever hap­pened to Gendry ( Joe Demp­sie)? The last of Robert Baratheon’s seem­ingly end­less num­ber of bas­tard sons made a sen­si­ble choice in leg­ging it at the end of sea­son three, but will we ever see him again? He has a royal her­itage, which sets him up as – po­ten­tially – a ma­jor player.

How about one of his old trav­el­ling com­pan­ions. Re­mem­ber Hot Pie ( Ben Hawkey)? The or­phan left Gendry and Arya, pre­fer­ring to stay and work at an inn. Come back, Hot Pie, we want to see more of your ter­ri­ble bak­ing skills.

We’re also still hold­ing out hope that Arya’s sword­mas­ter Syrio Forel ( Mil­tos Yerole­mou) may yet make an­other ap­pear­ance. We saw him fac­ing off against a gang of Kings­guard, but his even­tual fate was left point­edly am­bigu­ous.

Where the hell has Rickon ( Art Parkin­son) got to? The youngest of the Stark sib­lings hasn’t been seen since sea­son three. Sansa now knows that he wasn’t mur­dered by Theon, so might a fam­ily re­union be on the cards?

Fi­nally, the big­gie. Bran Stark ( Isaac Hemp­stead Wright) and Hodor ( Kris­tian Nairn) both sat out sea­son five. They’ll be back for sea­son six, when we’ll fi­nally find out what they’ve been do­ing in­side that mas­sive tree for the last year.

Hodor.

Will we ever see Hot Pie again?

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