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- What that ultra-creepy Bran/Sansa reunion on 'Game of Thrones' means
By Proma Khosla - Sunday Jul 30, 2017
There must always be a Stark in Winterfell, and on Sunday's Game of Thrones, after many years, there were two.
Little Brandon Stark (not so little anymore) finally came home, but he and sister Sansa are vastly different people from who they were when she first left home.
We knew Bran was on his way back, but haven't heard from him since episode 1. When a knight said "Lady Sansa — at the gate," we knew what was coming just from his tone. Bran's arrival in Winterfell shocks everyone, not just his sister. He was supposed to have been killed by Theon Greyjoy (tbt), and even since then he's been so removed from all of Westeros that people considered him all but dead (a common state of being for Starks). Read more...More about Entertainment, Television, Hbo, Game Of Thrones, and Entertainment
- What does Bran Stark know about Sansa that we don't?
By Jess Joho - Tuesday Aug 1, 2017
Yay! Another surprise Stark family reunion! That ended in one of them callously reminding the other about her violent rape and domestic abuse in their childhood home?
Okay, well, that's not exactly how we imagined things would go. Actually, I think Bran and Sansa's frigid reunion would be enough to make even a White Walker shiver.
But never fear, because Reddit theories are here to try and explain Bran's inexcusable dick move. (And no, it's not because he's been dropping loads of acid and is, like, super into the Grateful Dead now.) Read more...More about Sansa Stark, Bran Stark, Winterfell, Game Of Thrones Season 7, and Stark Reunion
- Bran Stark may have just revealed the Three-Eyed Raven's superpower
By Chris Taylor - Friday Jul 21, 2017
Despite a whole season of time travel via tree, we've learned little about the nature of Bran Stark's powers as the new three-eyed raven on Game of Thrones.
But Isaac Hempstead Wright, the actor who plays Bran, gave us what may amount to the first official explanation: the three-eyed raven, quite simply, knows everything.
"He's one of the few fragments that remain of the old Westeros" that is magical, Wright said at the show's standing-room-only Comic-Con panel in San Diego. "His purpose hasn't been revealed yet." Read more...More about Game Of Thrones Season 7, Entertainment, and Game Of Thrones
- Arya Stark's storyline this season has been downright infuriating – and that's what's great about it
By Angie Han - Friday Aug 25, 2017
Two episodes ago, the Stark sisters reunion finally came to pass when Arya showed up at Winterfell. There were hugs and smiles and bittersweet conversations reminiscing about better times. If it wasn't everything we wanted, it was, at least, a promising start.
Then, this week, things got awkward. And sinister.
In Sunday's episode, Arya confronted Sansa with a note she'd found in Littlefinger's room – a letter that the elder Stark had written under duress from the Lannisters back in Season 1. Sansa tried to explain that she was just a scared, confused child who didn't see any other choice, but Arya wasn't having it. Read more...More about Arya Stark, Game Of Thrones Season 7, Entertainment, and Game Of Thrones
- Arya's new Valyrian steel dagger is even more interesting than we thought
By Alex Hazlett - Saturday Aug 12, 2017
Fair warning: This post contains spoilers for all of Game of Thrones books and episodes.
It's excellent advice for lawyers and omniscient stoners in fantasy series: Don't ask a question you don't already know the answer to.
Arya Stark was handed a shiny, deadly new toy in episode 4 of Game of Thrones last weekend: A Valyrian steel dagger. She was given it by her brother Bran, who not long before had been handed it by resident slimeball Littlefinger.
The dagger was used by a cutthroat who tried to murder Bran in Season 1, and as Littlefinger points out, in a very real way it started the War of the Five Kings. After fighting off the assassin, Catelyn Stark took the dagger to Kings Landing because she suspected the Lannisters were behind the attempt on Bran's life. Read more...More about Dagger, Jon Snow, Bran Stark, Arya Stark, and Game Of Thrones Season 7