Game of Thrones” is no stranger to character deaths. We have seen many die since the past seasons and more so in the finale. Nothing is more satisfying than seeing a villain character die and more tragic than the death of a beloved character, which we will see in Episode 7.

Farewell Littlefinger

Peter Baelish aka Littlefinger is not really at Cersei’s level when it comes to being the villain in the story. However, his selfish motives and conniving ways have led more harm than good, especially the death of several characters including that of Eddard Stark, the former King of the North.

It would not be surprising if his demise in Episode 7 brings satisfaction to viewers.

This is what happens to Littlefinger in the Season 7 finale of “Game of Thrones.” His scheming ways are finally over. Apparently, the note he planted for Arya to see, which instigated a conflict with her sister Sansa, is the last of his devious plans. Littlefinger’s days of manipulation finally comes to its end in Episode 7.

According to spoilers for the Season 7 finale from "The Dragon and the Wolf," Baelish dies in a gruesome way. His demise falls in the hands of Arya, whom fans have long speculated would kill Baelish. Littlefinger dies while in his attempt to win Winterfell.

How Littlefinger dies in 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 episode 7

In the finale, Sansa calls for a special meeting. There, Littlefinger announces his engagement with the Lady of Winterfell and talks about who is worthy to be King of the North. He says Bran cannot be the king because he cannot produce an heir, given that he is a cripple.

Littlefinger then reveals that Jon Snow is not worthy since he is a Targaryen--he is the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen. His revelation stirs everyone but most of all it bothers Arya, who later spills his dark deeds. Littlefinger attempts to kill Sansa as revenge but Arya gets to him first and she stabs his head with a dagger.

A sad death

Sadly, in “Game of Thrones” Season 7 Episode 7 Jorah Mormont also dies. His death happens while at the Dragonpit with Daenerys, Jon, Tyrion and the rest, during a meeting with Cersei and Jaime to talk about parlay. Seemingly, an ambush happens when the gates to the Dragonpit close and the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms orders her men to kill Jon Snow and company. In the middle of the fight, Euron kills Jorah. It is unknown how Daenerys takes his death. Naturally, it would upset her since she has grown to like Jorah for his loyalty and friendship.