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'Game of Thrones': Why Did Sansa Send Brienne Away?
March 21 2018, 09:58 | Jodi Jackson
She fears this letter falling into the wrong hands because she knows just how fickle the lords can be, pointing to their wavering support of Jon to back up this observation.
Coming out on top with 57% is the manipulative Littlefinger, who has been a part of the show since its first season.
The hero Westeros deserves.
Game Of Thrones is notoriously short on characters who behave sensibly and logically. Rather than questioning his goal, perhaps all Jon needs to concentrate on is being what he has been from the start: the shield that guards the realms of men. Will she have to kill Sansa??
While confronting the Others even less prepared than they used to be in the past, Jon Snow's squad managed to survive an apocalyptic battlefield. She took control of the situation after Littlefinger murdered her aunt Lysa. You wanted to be a queen, to sit next to a handsome young king on the iron throne. Though he's not on her official list, fans think she'll off him soon. This led to speculation that three dragons would equal three riders, with Tyrion and Jon the likely candidates. It's nearly as if they want someone to hear their fights.
Sansa had also, in the beginning of the season, told Jon how she knew exactly what Littlefinger is upto and what she wants.
"Also, when Bran and Arya are talking about the Valyrian steel dagger that Littlefinger gave to Bran, Sansa said, "[Littlefinger]'s not a generous man.
Now that Littlefinger is in love with Sansa, she and Arya could be using this against him to manipulate him right back. She's not turning on her sister-she's trying to see where Sansa's loyalty lies and what's most important to her.
The theory argues that Arya doesn't have any desire to add Sansa's face to her collection.
Sansa accepts an invitation to King's Landing. And why in the Seven Kingdoms would she send away Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie), the most unequivocally honorable person at Winterfell and whose oath to the Stark family makes her uniquely equipped to maintain peace between the sisters and sniff out the rat in their midst?
Arya has literally ground men into meat and served them to their family members, but her confrontation with Sansa is perhaps the first time her horrifying, cold-eyed vengefulness is focused on a character viewers care about.
Sansa learnt how to play the game of thrones from the person who is now winning at it - Cersei - and she has developed into a powerful and pragmatic player.
A death sentence for dragons.
It does make sense for the Night King to be the third head of the dragon.
"A Song of Ice and Fire" is the name of the book series, and Dany is clearly the fire, while the Night King is ice. And as heartbreaking as it was, the silver lining is that Dany gave her word that she would avenge Viserion's death by joining in the fight against the dead. The white walkers now have a dragon.
The Jets season is going to be dark and filled with terrors.
When Jon killed the White Walker, all the wights he had "turned" fell to pieces.
If one of them were really to die, would he drop that spoiler?
Even if the sisters haven't sussed Littlefinger out yet surely whatever is left of Bran would implore the Three-Eyed Raven to tell them? These are two simple White Walkers and the Night King. Thoros of Myr? Whatever.
Plus, The Hound had no dramas dragging his captured wight past The Wall.
Who's next to go? . At least not yet. Then, with more than a little bit of creepiness, Arya explained her training to become a Faceless Man. Arya even tried to getSansa to participate in the Game of Faces to delve into how Sansa felt about usurping Jon to become the ruler of Winterfell.