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EntertainmentGame of Thrones: Sansa Spilling the Beans to Tyrion Is Smart For a Number of Reasons

21:55  06 may  2019
21:55  06 may  2019 Source:   popsugar.com

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Now that the war against the Night King is over, Game of Thrones is turning its attention back to the main event: the war for the Iron Throne . Sansa 's no fool, though, and she's proven to be a shrewd diplomat and political maneuverer. The timing of her reveal to Tyrion is quite telling; it comes right on

Now that the war against the Night King is over, Game of Thrones is turning its attention back to the main event: the war for the Iron Throne . To most characters, there are only two real, legitimate options for the throne : Cersei Lannister, who's taken it by force and by virtue of her proximity to.

Game of Thrones: Sansa Spilling the Beans to Tyrion Is Smart For a Number of Reasons© HBO Game of Thrones: Sansa Spilling the Beans to Tyrion Is Smart For a Number of Reasons

Now that the war against the Night King is over, Game of Thrones is turning its attention back to the main event: the war for the Iron Throne. To most characters, there are only two real, legitimate options for the throne: Cersei Lannister, who's taken it by force and by virtue of her proximity to the Baratheon reign, and Daenerys Targaryen, who's attempting to take back the throne her family held for centuries. A select few, however, know that there's technically a third option: Jon Snow, who's actually Aegon Targaryen, a legitimate Targaryen heir. For a long time, only a few characters knew the truth, but now the word is spreading. In the season's fourth episode, Jon finally tells the truth to his Stark "siblings," and Sansa immediately tells someone unexpected: Tyrion Lannister, her sort-of-ex-husband.

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Game of Thrones theory suggests Tyrion Lannister will bring a big twist Could Tyrion play a crucial role in the final episodes?

Now that the war against the Night King is over, Game of Thrones is turning its attention back to the main event: the war for the Iron Throne . This is, quite possibly, exactly what Sansa hoped for when she told Tyrion the truth about Jon. It's been pretty clear that Sansa doesn't like or agree with Dany

Game of Thrones theory suggests Tyrion Lannister will bring a big twist. Could Tyrion play a crucial role in the final episodes? It's a somewhat surprising move The timing of her reveal to Tyrion is quite telling; it comes right on the heels of Dany and Jon's departure for King's Landing, and Sansa has just

It's a somewhat surprising move, since just one episode earlier, Sansa points out Tyrion's loyalty to Dany above any other claimants. Sansa's no fool, though, and she's proven to be a shrewd diplomat and political maneuverer. The timing of her reveal to Tyrion is quite telling; it comes right on the heels of Dany and Jon's departure for King's Landing, and Sansa has just realized that part of Tyrion's unshakeable loyalty to Dany is based in fear. He all but admits that he fears Dany, but also believes she could do some good, and that's when Sansa asks him, "What if there were someone else? Someone better?"

Tyrion, of course, promptly shares the reveal with Varys, and the men ponder the possibilities, including the fact that Jon is more popular with more groups of potential subjects than Dany is. This is, quite possibly, exactly what Sansa hoped for when she told Tyrion the truth about Jon. It's been pretty clear that Sansa doesn't like or agree with Dany, and that she believes Jon is endangering the North by bending the knee to the Targaryen queen. Now that she knows he actually has the better claim - and that he's ignoring that claim in favor of continuing to support Dany - she's even more frustrated.

Game of Thrones: The Story Behind the Hound's "Little Bird" Nickname For Sansa

Game of Thrones: The Story Behind the Hound's The history shared between Sansa Stark and Sandor Clegane, aka the Hound, is a complicated one that stretches back years on Game of Thrones. The pair hadn't met for several seasons, until they finally share a scene again in the fourth episode of the final season, "The Last of the Starks." In referencing Sansa's past, the Hound calls her "little bird." It's a nickname that Sansa has heard before, from more than one place. In her early days as Joffrey's fiancée in King's Landing, Sansa is often referred to with different kinds of bird imagery.

Now that the war against the Night King is over, Game of Thrones is turning its attention back to the main event: the war for the Iron Throne . In the season's fourth episode, Jon finally tells the truth to his Stark "siblings," and Sansa immediately tells someone unexpected: Tyrion Lannister, her

Like Tyrion , Sansa has learned the best lessons from the worst people in the game who tortured her. Sansa became an unequivocal tactical and leadership genius by learning how to wield power against enemies to scheme for an ultimate good. The showrunners now label her a master manipulator for

By leaking the news about Jon's parentage to someone who already is starting to have sneaking doubts, Sansa is able to throw a wrench in the works and try to steer the coming events to an outcome more favorable to the interests of the North, and she can do it without actually having to do any dirty or treasonous work herself. After all, she learned from some of the shrewdest manipulators in Westeros: the Lannisters, the Tyrells, and Petyr Baelish. It's no surprise that she's picked up a thing or two about pulling the strings.

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