Winter’s finally here!
GoT Fans beyond the Wall Facebook group has been keeping abuzz of things that happened and would happen long before Game of Thrones Season 7 Official Trailer was released. There has been a lot of character build up for the remainder of the characters and with the official trailer out, we can only speculate their fate despite numerous theoretical threads and plot twists circulating over the internet.
And suddenly, a crazy fan speculation. What if the many-faced God, who crosses paths with everyone in the series unbeknownst to the characters (not even Jaqen H’ghar himself or herself – because that’s just an adopted identity to mislead Arya) is the one penning the fate of the whole Seven Kingdoms? The many-faced God of sex, nudity, gore, dragons, slavery, and inferno is toying with all the characters fate at the palm of his hands that not even the cunning Cersei could outwit him. Cersei said, “when you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die” and with “Valar Morghulis” as a recurring theme, there’s one thing we can be sure of, they’re “in the great game now. And the great game’s terrifying.”
Whatever fate awaits our beloved characters, “Valar Dohaeris” is upon them all.
Chopping off GoT trailer frame by frame. How will our favorite characters fare?
1. Will Sansa betray Jon Snow?
It appears that Littlefinger is not done playing his dirty game of fiddling with minds (0:54). He is madly in love with Catelyn and has taken the liking to Sansa. As the eldest of the surviving Stark children, Littlefinger knows that she should be the Queen of the North, and not Jon Snow after a Season 6 finale that R+L=J theory is correct. I really find Sansa the most naïve character in GoT and the things that happened to her in the previous seasons, she brought it to herself. If Sansa heeds Littlefinger advise, then there’s no doubt Littlefinger would be called King of the North, an ambition finally fulfilled. The power to rule, with the daughter of the woman he loves at his side, that’s just wicked. There’s fan speculation circulating that Sansa would give Littlefinger a taste of his own medicine. But the question still remains: would she betray her brother who promised her protection?