The Game of Thrones Season 6 finale left Sansa at an interesting place. power , but also kind of figuring out who she really wants to trust and where her Meanwhile her relationship with Baelish is "questionable," but she's. "He is his father; he does not trust this man; he hates this man and he "I've spent the last season trying to undermine Sansa's relationship. Arya and Sansa Stark teamed up and put an end to the biggest liar, Sansa's marriage and rape, the Red Wedding, and so much more. . During Season 6, she told her brother, Jon Snow, “Only a fool would trust Littlefinger.
King Robert had been a prodigious spender. A man like Petyr Baelish who had a gift for rubbing two golden dragons together and breeding a third, was invaluable to his Hand. A master juggler was Petyr Baelish. Oh, he was clever. He did not simply collect the gold and lock in a treasure vault, no. He bought wagons, shops, ships, houses. He bought grain when it was plentiful and sold bread when it was scarce.
He bought wool from the north and linen from the south and lace from Lys, stored it, moved it, dyed it, sold it. The golden dragons bred and multiplied, and Littlefinger lent them out and brought them home with hatchlings.
And in the process, he moved his own men into place. The Keepers of the Keys were his, all four. The officers in charge of all three mints.Game of Thrones - Sansa and Petyr Baelish discuss Lyanna Stark
Harbormasters, tax farmers, custom sergeants, wool factors, toll collectors, pursers, wine factors; nine of every ten belonged to Littlefinger. No one had ever thought to question the appointments, and why should they? Littlefinger was no threat to anyone. He had no banners to call, no army of retainers, no great stronghold, no holdings to speak of, no prospects of a great marriage. This is the terrific backstory of a man who we would consider one of the George R.
He has a sharp tongue at times, especially when dealing with Ned Stark in A Game of Thronesbut he knows when to sheathe that tongue, and his real talent lies in his ability to win influence and power, without ever exposing himself to mortal danger. Every risk he takes is calculated, and though the simple reality of a lowborn lord trying to win the game of thrones comes with inherent danger, he knows how to protect himself within his ambition.
The same cannot be said of the corresponding character in the TV shows. On HBO, Baelish is by turns peevish, impulsive to the point of recklessnessand transparent.
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Sansa confronted Littlefinger over his heartless sale of her to Ramsay Bolton, just about the most evil character in Westeros this side of Joffrey. Martin put on the page.
Littlefinger never sent Sansa to marry Ramsay in the books. At the end of A Dance With Dragons, Jeyne Poole, beaten, raped repeatedly, undoubtedly scarred for life in every possible way, is on the run with Theon.
Arya and Sansa Stark teamed up and put an end to the biggest liar, manipulator, and schemer of the Seven Kingdoms Littlefinger was basically Joanne the Scammer of Westeros.
He lived for chaos and drama. Chaos is a ladder. This happened years before he tried to worm his way in between Sansa and Ayra and pit the two sisters against one another. He had it coming. This decision eventually led to Littlefinger digging his own grave. However, as the first season of GoT pressed forward, the truth was revealed.
A step ahead per usualLittlefinger had Lysa send her sister Catelyn a letter that said the Lannisters had conspired to kill Jon. Unfortunately, Ned asked one too many questions and lost his head as a result. Since King Robert was already dead because his wife got him super drunk before a hunting tripthere was no one to save Ned, and Littlefinger and the City Watch turned on him at the behest of Queen Cersei and her son, King Joffrey.
So how did Littlefinger set all of this in motion?
Littlefinger slithered up to their mother, who had stayed in Winterfell to nurse her son, Bran Stark, back to health. In Season 1, Bran was pushed off a tower by Jamie Lannister no one knew this.
A distraught Catelyn was suspicious of the accident from the beginning, so when Littlefinger convinced her that Tyrion Lannister was actually the culprit, she had him arrested — and thus, the War of the Five Kings ensued.
Before we knew it, all of the houses were at war with one another, scrambling to claim their place on the Iron Throne. Joffrey, on the other hand, was set to marry Margaery Tyrell.