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Here's What Littlefinger's Letter that Arya Found Says

18 Août 2017

So why has Littlefinger purposely led Arya to it (we see him watching her as she reads it)? And weird. And possibly treasonous.

'Arya is very used to being more clever and more stealthy, and smarter than any of the people she's up against, but she hasn't dealt with Littlefinger for a while, ' he explained.

And he pulled one over on her.

At this point, Cersei Lannister, accompanied by Lord Varys, Littlefinger, and Grand Maester Pycelle, forced Sansa to write a letter to her brother and mother back at Winterfell to keep the peace.

It's obvious that Littlefinger wants Arya out of the picture, but does Arya know she's being played, and if not, how will she confront Sansa about this letter, if at all?

Peter Baelish (Aidan Gillan) has always had odd obsession with the Starks in Game of Thrones and with the original apple of his eye Catelyn (Michelle Fairley) long gone from the fantasy epic, Littlefinger has set his sights on the eldest Stark daughter.

In the show's most recent episode "Eastwatch", fans are treated to yet another of Petyr "Little Finger" Baelish's treacherous schemes to turn the late Catelyn Stark's daughters, Arya and Sansa, against each other in the form of a letter that first appeared in Season 1.

After last week's episode, we watched Arya Stark return to her home in Winterfell and was reunited with her siblings Bran and Sansa Stark - and it was so handsome we couldn't deal.

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I write to you with a heavy heart. "Our good king Robert is dead, killed from wounds he took in a boar hunt", the letter says. He conspired with Robert's brothers against my beloved Joffrey and tried to steal his throne.

Robb could tell immediately that Sansa didn't mean any of what she wrote, and he ended up doing exactly the opposite of what was asked of him. I beg you: "come to King's Landing, swear fealty to King Joffrey and prevent any strife between the great houses of Lannister and Stark".

Littlefinger was present when Sansa wrote the letter, which Robb rightfully dismissed as being written under duress when he received it, so he would have known of its existence.

It's all a part of Littlefinger's plan to divide the sisters.

Of course, a simple conversation with Sansa would clear up all of this letter confusion - not to mention how it'd put Littlefinger on the fast track to his well-deserved comeuppance. Littlefinger hasn't hid his desire to become the King in the North.

It'll be up to Arya and Sansa to see through Littlefinger's ploys. Otherwise, the future of Winterfell will be at stake once again.

Game Of Thrones season seven continues on HBO Sunday, on Sky Atlantic on Mondays in the United Kingdom at 9 pm.

Here's What Littlefinger's Letter that Arya Found Says