What happens in Game of Thrones Season 4 Episode 10?

By Jerry Luo, On 11th March 2021, Under Sports
In the Vale

After they leave, a wounded Sandor pleads Arya to kill him but Arya takes his money and leaves Sandor to die and boards a ship to Braavos, buying passage by showing the captain the coin Jaqen gave her. The season ends with Arya aboard the ship, sailing out of Westeros.

Similarly, you may ask, does the hound die in Season 4 Episode 10?

Originally Answered: In Season 4, Episode 10 what happened to The Hound after Arya refused his request? He dies a slow lingering death, bleeding out from the compound fracture in his leg.

What happens at the end of Season 4 of Game of Thrones?

Game of Thrones Recap, Season 4 Finale: Love and Death—Lots of Death. The fourth season of HBO's hit series ended with a string of deaths, as Tyrion, Arya, and Jon Snow pursued their lonely fates. Love and death, death and love. Those are the main ingredients of drama—and of life, if you think about it.

What season does Jon Snow die?

In the June 2015 season 5 finale "Mother's Mercy", Jon is stabbed to death by Alliser Thorne and several men of the Night's Watch after being labeled a traitor.

Who attacks the wildlings Season 4?

Stannis
Game of Thrones fans whooped and mourned in unequal measure last night, when the tyrannical reign of King Joffrey came to an end in season 4 episode 2, "The Lion and the Rose".
In Season Five, Arya travels to Braavos, where she tracks down Jaqen H'ghar, who is a mysterious assassin of the Faceless Men. Jaqen tells Arya she must give up the Stark name to truly become “no one,” like him. That is her character's death: Arya is gone, in place of a nameless girl.
Sandor "The Hound" Clegane

Arya left him for dead at the end of season four, but he was saved by Brother Ray (Ian McShane). Despite the fact that she left him for dead, they kind of liked each other in the end, so if their paths cross again she probably won't kill him. She let him suffer enough.
The Hound had Arya in his care for almost two seasons, and they ran into trouble all the time. In the books, the Hound also had a more overt attraction to Sansa. When he asks her to leave with him and she refuses, he kisses her—and at knifepoint, demands a song for her.
Stoneheart accuses Brienne of serving the Lannisters, and forces her to choose between killing Jaime or being hanged. When Brienne refuses to choose, Stoneheart orders her and her group hanged. Seeing Podrick dying, Brienne agrees to kill Jaime in order to spare their lives.
Littlefinger tells Sansa that Sandor and Gregor hate one another because, when he was very young, Sandor played with one of Gregor's toys without his elder brother's permission. Gregor held Sandor's face over an open fire, resulting in his hideous burns.
Why The Hound Went Into The Fire With The Mountain

Before he succeeded, The Hound realized there was no way to kill The Mountain without sacrificing himself. The Hound tackled The Mountain and drove him off the staircase ledge and into the fiery, burning city multiple stories below.
Arya didn't go with Brienne. She refused her offer of protection and fled soon after. At that point in the storyline, Arya has no reason to believe that anyone she knew in her former life is alive or knows that she's alive. Why did Brienne not stay with Sansa in Winterfell?
Game of Thrones: RIP, The Hound

CAUSE OF DEATH | Fell to his death in a battle with his brother Gregor, aka “The Mountain” — but at least he took Gregor with him.
TheoryBox: The Hound and Arya will meet again in season seven. In "The Broken Man" (Season 6, Episode 7), Game of Thrones fans were treated to an awesome surprise when the first cold open since the season five premiere revealed a fan-favorite character presumed to be dead—Sandor Clegane.
In the final season of Game of Thrones, Brienne of Tarth suffered a blow. After she was rightfully knighted by Jaime Lannister, the two finally consummated their relationship — but then he promptly left her to go back to his twin, Cersei, with whom he was in an incestuous relationship, and died in his sister's arms.
JAIME LANNISTER finally met his demise in Game of Thrones season 8, episode 5, The Bells, after being crushed under the Red Keep with Cersei Lannister.
This man Brother Ray rescued Sandor Clegane The Hound. He is a Septon in a village in Riverlands. He mistaken Sandor for a corpse when he first found him lying with grave wounds following a dual with Brienne of Tarth.
Character description

His face was distinguished by gruesome burn scars, which he received as a child when his brother pushed his head into a brazier. Consequently, Clegane feared fire and hated his brother.
In short, the Hound persona is dead, but Sandor Clegane lives on the Quiet Isle as a novice brother or monk and is digging graves. He is separated from Arya after getting attacked by some of The Mountain's men. She basically leaves him to die, but its never explicitly stated that he died.
Sandor is nicknamed the Hound for his fierce nature and unquestioning obedience to House Lannister and for the three dogs featured in his family's arms. As a child, Sandor received gruesome facial burns when Gregor shoved his face into a brazier.
No, the Mountain is not dead—yet. The Mountain, whose real name is Ser Gregor Clegane served as the champion for the crown, he also a sworn knight of House Lannister. Oberyn coated his spear in a special type of poison, which leaves the Mountain to die an agonizing, yet slow death.
Warning: Major spoilers ahead for Sunday's episode of "Game of Thrones." Jon Snow and Benjen Stark have nothing on the hype surrounding Sunday's major reveal: Sandor Clegane — best known as the Hound — is alive!
In the books, The Hound gets seriously injured during the fight with Polliver, but we already saw that fight, and he walks away with only a few scratches. However, besides the fights being different, both the books and the show leave the fans with Arya walking away from him.
In the books, yes, Sandor Clegane is still alive. He's the Gravedigger that Brienne sees on the Quiet Isle in the Riverlands. In the books, the Hound is not dead. Arya left him in similar circumstances, but there are hints in the books that he survived and is now recovering from his injuries.
The episode ended with Jon laying in a pool of his own blood, staring blankly up at the sky. And as much as I hoped that some supernatural force was going to save him from death, Kit Harington has already revealed that he's done on the show. He won't be back next season. Jon is really and truly dead.
But at the end of the series we see Jon Snow head back to the wall where he finds Tormund, Ghost (who lost an ear?), and the rest of the Wildlings. We last see Jon presumably heading north of the wall to live with the Wildlings. Maybe he'll find another Wildling lady, like Ygritte.