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

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Августа 12, 2017

That's Meera Reed's judgment, after an awkward, alienating farewell conversation with the boy she's accompanied to hell and back.

Now, the latest trailer for episode five has been released - and it looks like things are set to get even more serious.

Bran does not do anything unless it is a part of something larger than himself - something larger than everyone. Did Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) just add a new name to her kill list?

They also include Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish's catchphrase "chaos is a ladder", which Bran weirds Littlefinger out with during their one-on-one sit-down.

It's unclear who exactly owns the dagger.

With just one and a half seasons left for Game of Thrones, it's hard to say whether Benioff and Weiss have chose to include Stoneheart at this stage. Recently re-installed in Winterfell, where it all so dramatically began, but very much changed, he is now all-seeing and mysteriously detached, given to describing traumatic scenes in vivid detail or quoting pivotal bits of dialogue.

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

Taking to Twitter, one breathless viewer wrote: 'Just seen the Lady Stoneheart snippet in the last got episode if this actually was a hint of her ill die I really want her back (sic)'. But while the dagger is a central focus, not all fans will remember why the dagger is so important. At the end, she looks up at her sister's suitor and for a brief moment, he looks unnerved. The rest of the Starks aren't as privy to what's coming from the North like Jon is, but they will have to be.

Bran may be "most useful" in the battle against the White Walkers, as Wright said, but there's also the question of how long he'll be useful for. So now, he can muse disinterestedly about one of the worst nights of Sansa's life, or send Meera off with barely a perfunctory thank you. If Sansa had the same skills, Ramsay would have barely been a blip on her radar.

Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss had previously made a decision to not include Lady Stoneheart in the TV adaption - a choice that Martin told Time he argued against. "It's all pieces now, fragments", he said of his memories in last week's episode. I know it caused a lot of people to slow things down to see if it was Bronn or Dickon who saved him. "When the Long Night comes again, I need to be ready". (It's fascinating that Baelish insists on calling him "Brandon", which was the name of Ned's brother and the man who almost killed Littlefinger for the love of Catelyn Stark.) But Arya may pose an even deadlier threat.

In the very first episode of Game of Thrones, King Robert makes his grand entrance to Winterfell. So here's a refresher. Robert has Bran show him his muscles, and Bran becomes a cripple. Littlefinger claims that the dagger was his until he lost it in a bet to Tyrion.

Because of this foiled murder plot, Catelyn headed down to King's Landing, never to return, and asks the palace's many Machiavellian men who it belongs to. By torching the Lannister army, she isn't technically torching castles and cities. "We wanted there to be a slight sort of spark of Brandon in there", he said. The attempt was stopped by Catelyn and Bran's direwolf. We just know it was in the assassin's possession when he came into Bran's room - while he was unconscious - to kill him.

We do know that Valyrian steel and dragonglass are the only items known to be able to kill White Walkers, and now we see there's a connection between them.

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