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What were Littlefingers motives?

What were Littlefingers motives?

Littlefinger is motivated by a twisted version of love. He is usually playing multiple sides at any one time, and is potentially motivated by an unrequited love he has for a dead woman, a.k.a. Catelyn Stark.

What was Littlefingers plan Reddit?

He’s basically stated that his plan is for Sansa to marry Harry the Heir, and then make sure that something happens to little Robert. As far as anyone in Westeros can really tell, Sansa is the heir to Winterfell.

Why is Littlefinger so dangerous to everyone?

Littlefinger doesn’t appear to be interested in inflicting pain just because like Ramsey Snow. He’s not personally dangerous to most people. But he does have a disdain and moral emptiness for everyone who is not him—with the possible exception of Catelyn and/or Sansa Stark.

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Who is Littlefinger in Game of Thrones?

―Petyr Baelish to Varys [src] Lord Petyr Baelish, popularly called Littlefinger, was the Master of Coin on the small council under King Robert Baratheon and King Joffrey Baratheon. He was a skilled manipulator and used his ownership of brothels in King’s Landing to both accrue intelligence on political rivals and acquire vast wealth.

What is the difference between varys and Littlefinger?

Varys attempted to stop chaos for the good of the realm while Littlefinger created chaos for his own benefit. How differently they treated Ros epitomized the contrast between them, with Littlefinger treating her like an investment used to line his pockets while Varys treated her like a valuable partner.

Did Littlefinger have any interest in Justice?

Littlefinger never had any interest in justice, except perhaps his own warped view of the justice that those who wronged him deserved. Nevertheless, what he said about justice is true. Justice doesn’t happen on its own. It only happens when actively and relentlessly pursued by those who can make it happen.

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