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Now that some of you have seen the episode, what are your thoughts? Also, please note the spoiler tag as "Extended. If you see it, please use the report function. We would like to encourage serious discussion in this post; for jokes and memes, downvote away! Region Specific Thre:. Beyond The Wall. The North. The Wall. The Narrow Sea. Kings Landing. Something I noticed: every time there's a scene with Littlefinger, there's ravens making noises in the background.
You could faintly hear them in the background of the scene between Sansa and Littlefinger. What's going to happen with Littlefinger's dagger? They've been making a big deal out of it all season, specifically showing it get handed to Bran, then Arya, and now Arya's just handed it to Sansa. Does this mean Sansa will be the one to kill Littlefinger? I can't think of any other reasons for her to have it. I think they're trying to foreshadow an ironic death for Littlefinger.
Being killed with the very dagger he used to instigate the conflict that started everything. Then, in turn, Arya and Sansa have been using it? It would make sense as to why the story arc has been so odd and why the knife has transferred hands so much. Has anyone suggested the possibility that Arya may have already killed LF between episodes 5 and 6? The conversation between LF possibly Arya and Sansa in ep6 could have been a test. The dagger represent the Starks' refusal of LF. First Bran refused it, then came Arya.
Now the only remaining one is Sansa, and when she does so, LF's life will be forfeit. It's her turn now; her move.
I like the valerian steel blade being passed around the Starks. Bran gets it because Littlefinger is trying to get in his good graces. Bran gives it to Arya presumably because he knows that Arya is the best equipped to kill littlefinger if necessary. Arya then gives it to Sansa almost to say "I'm going to expose littlefinger for what he is and you will make the decisions to kill him".
Can anyone explain the Brienne scene? Why did Sansa send her South?
Especially with Arya acting the way she is. Posted by 4 years ago. Sort by: best. Bran is watching him at all times. If this is true, then you're an absolute legend. Continue this thread. Or "Bran" dgaf and is googling boobs. When the snow falls. Winter is dead may never pay his debts! Is this a ploy by the 2 sisters intro tricking LF? More posts from the asoiaf community. News and discussions relating to George R. Created Jul 18, Top posts august 21st Top posts of august, Top posts Back to Top.Reddit game of thrones season 7 episode 6 leak
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