After Game of Thrones season 6 finale, a lot of fans wondered how Sansa is going to manage her relationship with Littlefinger and what Petyr Baelish could possibly do in season 7. Reddit user Fire_away_Fire_away recently posted a very interesting theory that predicts an unexpected (but credible) development in the Sansa andLittlefinger's storyline.

Petyr Baelish and Sansa Stark.

According to Fire_away_Fire_away's theory Petyr Baelish isn't going to "corrupt" Sansa anymore and is not going to undermine Jon Snow's position either.

Sansa "has finally ascended to game status", Fire_away_Fire_away writes. She realizes that she doesn't need Littlefinger anymore: he's just a dangerous uncle for her (and a creepy admirer, we would like to add), who also killed her aunt Lysa Arryn. What if Sansa will decide to get rid of him?

Littlefinger is not going to make it to the end.

Reddit user Fire_away_Fire_away's suggests that Sansa may decide to kill off Petyr. Littlefinger will be the next man to fall through the Moon Door at the Eyrie.

Just think about it:

  • The knights of the Vale prefer Sansa to Littlefinger, no doubt about that.
  • Through this move, Sansa will somehow gainthe Vale for herself (Robin is extremely easy to manipulate!), earning the support of the Vale's army in the war to come.
  • The dangerous Littlefinger, Lysa Arryn's murderer, is out of the game.
  • A strong connection between the Vale and the North (the Arryns and the Starks) is restored.


"Remember when Robin threw the toy mockingbird out of the moon door?" Fire_away_Fire_away asks in his post on Reddit.

"Foreshadowing". Actually, the toy Petyr gave to Robin in GOT season 4 episode 5 looks likea glass falcon. This information is incorrect, so let's skip this part of the theory.

Sansa's move

This theory looks very interesting since it focuses on Sansa rather than Baelish. Almost every GOT fan is wondering what Littlefinger is going to do next, but the real question, this theory suggests, is what Sansa is going to do next.

She's in the "great game" now, and manipulating Robin into pushing Petyr through the Moon Door would be a cruel but remarkable move. Is Sansa going to take down the manipulator manipulating Robin?

It's just a hypothesis, but even if this theory can't be supported by any evidence, it does make sense. Is Sansa grown so cruel and cynical to be able to make such a fierce - and strategically brilliant - move? We will know the truth in Game of Thrones season 7!

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