Bran Stark's "Chaos Is A Ladder" Line Actually Quotes Littlefinger

Another cherished and seemingly important weapon was (re) introduced on Monday's episode of Game of Thrones during Littlefinger's short exchange with Bran. So the fact we're here now is actually a bit of a relief.

Castle Ward served as a backdrop for Winterfell through much of Game of Thrones' first season.

Do you guys think Jaime will survive his fiery encounter with the Mother of Dragons and Drogon? "He's now an incredibly powerful character; having all the knowledge in the world puts you in a seriously advantageous position".

Of course, given the show's history, sometimes the bad guys win - and if Sansa and Littlefinger are indeed conspiring against Jon in some way, this scenario could end badly for either Arya or Sansa, depending on who has the upper hand. They refuse, they cling to the realm or the gods or love.

One fan thinks they may have spotted the actual ghost of Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley) in the background.

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Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones almost saw Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) being burned to a crisp, only to be "saved" at the last second by Bronn (Jerome Flynn). The moment happens right after Arya reminds Brienne of her vow to Catelyn.

Now that Bran has been reunited with Sansa and Arya, it will be interesting to see how their dynamic changes.

In the scene, Bran converses with Littlefinger, AKA Petyr Baelish, who presents him with the dagger that nearly killed him back in Season 1, and set in motion the War of the Five Kings. He gets a less-than-impressed look from Lord Baelish. "His intention is to slightly rattle Littlefinger, to say, in just a subtle, really creepy way, 'I know what you're up to'".

The Dothraki could've arguably taken the Lannisters on their own, but Daenerys clearly took the advice of Lady Olenna (RIP), and let her formidable presence known.

With Bran now returned to Winterfell, Littlefinger sits down with him to try and work his manipulative charm, shoring up his influence on the remaining Stark children. He can't use the dagger, so "what better character to wield this fantastic weapon than the master swordswoman Arya?". Many who try to climb it fail, and never get to try again. I tried to base it on the old Three-Eyed Raven [played by Max von Sydow in Season 6] and have a sense of this wise, old, man sitting in a tree.

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