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An unprovoked, motiveless assault by a group, usually of young men, on another, often a stranger, merely for the sake of committing violence
Examples Gang rape, stabbing, shooting, homicide
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wilding

Forensic psychiatry An unprovoked, motiveless attack by a group, usually of young ♂, on another, often a stranger, merely for violence's sake Examples Gang rape, stabbing, shooting, homicide. See Evil, Gang.
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Defeating the Wildling army is just the first step for Stannis.
Jon takes Ygritte's body out on the northern side of the wall and light her lone funeral pyre thus ending once and for all the star crossed lovers' story as Jon now needs to face Stannis and his brothers and they must decide what to do with all the wildlings they have now captured and the impending winter and White Walker threat.
He duels with Styr who he always had friction with even during the time he spent with the wildlings.
For this season, the episode is entitled "Watchers on the Wall" which indicates that the episode will tackle Mance Rayder's Wildling army and their attack on The Wall and Castle Black.
Season two's epic Battle of the Blackwater was one of the show's highlight thanks to director Neil Marshall, and for this season he is back to man the camera for another epic battle between the Night's Watch and Mance Ryder's army, the Wildlings. Marshall is the perfect man for the job so fans of the show will be treated for another battle to close the show's four.
"Let me thank you ahead of time for guarding all from the perils that lie beyond the wall, Wildlings and White Walkers and what not.
They sounded like the Wildlings and eventually the White Walkers who were the main enemy.
As Lord Commander of the Watch, he tried to help the Wildlings after falling for Ygritte but was murdered by his men, only to be brought back to life.
Among other wonders, you can take a Game of Thrones tour of the country, including one where you can "relive the Wildlings' invasion south of the Wall." Pack light; all you really need is a journal to record your joy.
Tyrion murdered his dad and his former lover, Daenerys dropped Daario like a bad habit, tortures her enemies and has killed tons of people (including, by an order, her own brother), and Jon betrayed the Wildlings at one point and just generally seems like the kind of guy who would talk through a movie.
But those moments paled in comparison to Jon and Tormund arriving in Hardhome to convince the wildlings to join them in their fight until, of course, the White Walkers descend upon them.