"You're not a boy anymore."
Bran Stark again dreams of walking through Winterfell in pursuit of a three-eyed raven, but when he jolts awake this time, he has a pleasant surprise: Hodor, holding the custom saddle that will allow Bran to ride. Later, in the forest north of Winterfell, Bran gets a feel for his horse while Robb Stark and Theon Greyjoy discuss Ned's capture. Theon insists that Robb strike out against the Lannisters, but Robb tells him: "It's not your duty, because it's not your house."
When he breaks off on his own in the forest, Bran is attacked by a small group of wildlings headed south. They're intent on robbing him and taking his horse. As they start to cut him from his saddle, Robb comes to the rescue, dispatching one wildling and incapacitating another - a woman. But the last man holds a knife to Bran's throat and orders Robb to drop his sword. As Robb begins to lower the blade, an arrow thuds into the wildling's back, fired from Theon's bow. Robb, angry, asks Theon: "What if you'd missed?"