'Outlander': Season 4 episode 5 photos mark two new character entries even as tension lurks at Fraser's Ridge
Outlander released new episodic stills that showcase a completely furnished Fraser's Ridge and draws tension with inevitable conflict
Now that there's peace with the Cherokee tribe, Claire and Jamie Fraser have all the freedom in the world to build their pretty little home named the Fraser's Ridge.
Episodic photographs of the upcoming episode titled the 'Savages' reveal that their cabin in the midst of a scenic hilltop with dotting strawberry bushes is complete and looks pretty fancy. Built of stone and wood, the cozy home features an elaborate fireplace and intricate decorative pieces including a three-lamp Menorah. So before we took notice of our main characters and what they are up to, we could not look away from the location the scenes are going to take place. And this time, it's inside a house. That also means, less of forest sex and outdoor frolicking for the two Frasers in love.
However, because the previous episode took us to the future and cited that the beautiful couple will die by fire at Fraser's Ridge, we cannot help, but feel extremely sad to look at the newly built and furnished home that the couple made with so much love. Anyway, let's look forward to this Sunday's episode for now.
Few of the pictures released of course depict the indoor love we are talking about. However, the one picture that excites the most is the birth of a baby. Looks like the Fraser's Ridge is going to be inaugurated by a newborn. Contrary to this, 'Outlander' books fan had alerted that Adawehi's prophecy of death will also materialize in this episode, which means a death that will not be Claire's fault.
Focusing back on the picture, Fraser's Ridge will also invite guests. Actor Urs Rechn, who will be playing the part of Gerhard Mueller, enters through the door rather in awe. He will be one of the German settlers in the region, unwelcomed by the Native Americans.
So the following pictures raise tension as we see Claire concerned. But ultimately, the Cherokee tribe and the new settlers of the land raise weapons against each other, face-to-face across a river. A dispute between the river's ownership is bound to arise as Mueller believes that Cherokee's do not have the right to the river water near his settlement.
The official synopsis of the upcoming episode reads, "Claire’s medical expertise proves invaluable, but she soon finds herself in the role of peacemaker when a Cherokee tribe encroaches on superstitious immigrants’ land. In the 20th century, Roger travels to Inverness in search of a missing Brianna, only to make a shocking discovery."