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Did a GAME OF THRONES Behind-the-Scenes Picture Spoil Season 7?

In just a few weeks, the seventh season of Game of Thrones will be upon us! It’s been a long wait to see the new episodes, and an even longer wait to see the Stark family come back together. Amazingly, many of the Stark kids haven’t even shared a scene since the first season. However, there’s another dangling thread from season 1 that has reappeared in the newest behind-the-scenes pics. Today’s Nerdist News is going to explain why the return of a knife may spell doom for a major character.

There are potential spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones season 7! This could be a big one, so you should definitely consider this a warning before moving forward.

If you’re still with us, then it’s time to join host and the new “dancing master” from Braavos, Jessica Chobot, as she points out Arya’s new dagger…which isn’t new at all. The catspaw dagger with a dragonbone handle appears to be the same one that was used in the assassination attempt on Bran Stark all the way back in the first season. The last time we saw it onscreen, Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish identified it as a dagger that he lost to Tyrion Lannister in a bet.

Arya Game of Thrones Season 7

So, how did Arya end up with the infamous dagger? There’s really only one person whom she could have gotten it from: Littlefinger. But would Littlefinger really just give that dagger to Arya as a gift? Or is everyone’s favorite killer going to get a bit stabby with her family’s greatest enemy? We’d never bet against Arya! And there would be some poetic justice if Littlefinger meets his demise at the pointy end of his own dagger.

What do you think about the return of Littlefinger’s dagger? Let’s discuss in the comment section below!

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