If You Thought This Week's Game of Thrones Was Bullsh*t, Read This

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 25, 2017

It has only been a few episodes since Sansa (Sophie Turner) welcomed her little sister Arya (Maisie Williams) back in their home at Winterfell.

As heartbreaking as it was to see the show's favorite sisters argue, according to one fan theory, this scene may have revealed small details about a potential secret plan from Arya. Along the way she learned how to survive in unsafe situations by reading people and picking up on various clues. Will Littlefinger succeed in turning the sisters against each other? But some fans aren't willing to accept that all is lost.

The full theory is available at this link on Reddit, and it's worth a read. Sansa is the ideal person to end him and through his death, she will finally become who she was meant to be. " - Sansa, S6E9 " You need better guards. Arya believed that Sansa actually wrote the letter accusing her father of treason back in Season 2.

In the last episode, the dialogue between Sansa and Arya in her chambers was pretty cold too.

"Arya was trained by assassins". She is far too stealthy to let LF know that he is being followed, unless she did this deliberately. He knows damn well Sansa will be anxious that Brienne will choose her Arya over her. Will Sansa get wise to his manipulations and do it herself? Likewise, the more vicious Arya threatened to become, the less sure Sansa was of her sister's role at Winterfell. It's nearly as if they want someone to hear their fights. In order to give them something to do they've stripped the two Stark sisters down to their most basic personality traits and ignored most everything else about them to bide time: Arya was quick to anger and argue, while Sansa attempted to solve problems diplomatically. Any argument that Game of Thrones exists outside of its audience was nullified by this very episode, where Benioff and Weiss played up Tormund Giantsbane's possible death just to watch their audience squirm.

It's hard to say who is right because both women carry a lot of baggage and are both so much stronger after all they've been through on their own. As a matter of fact, Ralph alleges, the wily King knew Daenerys would ride her dragons to the north for a long, long time, and there were signs of this even before she arrived. Unfortunately for Sansa, she had already made the one mistake a conspirator should never make - Sansa had underestimated her opponent and that opponent's resourcefulness.

"Arya is certainly lethal and sort of threatening, but when Sansa sends Brienne away, who is Arya's natural protector, something is coming very soon between them, and it will be violent but surprising", he added. She probably should have told Jon that she'd arranged for the Knights of the Vale to back him up during the Battle of the Bastards, and, as Arya pointed out, she's often defensive when she should be offensive.

If you ask me, that theory makes sense. He has been the Night King all along, even before becoming the three-eyed raven.

In a new interview with The Huffington Post, director Alan Taylor teased that the Arya and Sansa storyline is going to end in violence. Obviously, Arya is good at this game and Sansa isn't.

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