'Game of Thrones' *Miiiiiiight* Have Just Killed Off a Very Major Character

'Game of Thrones' *Miiiiiiight* Have Just Killed Off a Very Major Character

'Game of Thrones' *Miiiiiiight* Have Just Killed Off a Very Major Character

That "soon" will likely be in the next episode despite Jon Snow (Kit Harington) still on Dragonstone mining dragonglass. "No one can protect anyone".

When she arrived in the city, she was immediately met by Littlefinger.

Bran just gave Arya Stark the dagger they meant to finish him off with, and she still has Cersei on her list.

But Bran is faced with a more immediate concern when Littlefinger meets him and hands him a rather odd gift - a dagger that was once used to try to kill Bran and therefore, Littlefinger claimed, "started the War of the Five Kings".

Sure, Bran may have made it out of Season 6's "The Door" alive, but it certainly looks like our little lord left a piece of himself behind. Instead, fans believe he's dropped some pretty broad hints and expects Arya to put it to good use.

In effect, the Bran we used to know doesn't seem to be very present at all. What he left unsaid was how he falsely told Bran's mother the culprit was Tyrion Lannister, which led to conflict between the Starks and the Lannisters and Ned Stark's execution.

Some wonder if Littlefinger was testing Bran's knowledge of what happened to him.

If chaos is a ladder, director Matt Shakman films this extraordinary sequence from the bottom rung.

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While we will have to wait and see what the future holds for RoboBran (he undoubtedly already knows), his role as the Three-Eyed Raven clearly means big business for the end of the show and #GeorgeRRMartin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels. Wright loved working with Sophie Turner (Sansa) and Maisie Williams (Arya) in the latest episode - after all, the three of them practically grew up together while working on this show - but for the characters, the experience was awkward.

Because of the unusual glance exchanged between Sansa and her incessant, murderous suitor, some fans have theorized that she will ultimately kill him as penance for the way he has manipulated her and demolished her once happy family.

Here's an animated GIF that zeroes in on that moment when Arya Stark stares daggers at Peter Baelish. "I remember what it felt like to be Brandon Stark", he says.

After successfully starting a civil war by conspiring to kill the Hand of the King, passing false information to Catelyn Stark, and then betraying Ned Stark, Littlefinger has continued to sneakily leave destruction in his path - he collaboratively murders King Joffrey while simultaneously framing Tyrion, shoves his own wife out of a sky door, and then essentially forces Sansa Stark into marrying an cruel, abusive rapist.

Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson) for torturing the smallfolk at Harrenhall.

The excitement isn't exactly unjust either.

Melisandre, the Red Woman, (Carisse van Houten) for buying Arya's friend Gendry (Joe Dempsie) from the Brotherhood for his king's blood and spiriting him away. At the same time, still have that slight spark somewhere in there where you know this is Bran Stark.

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