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25 June 2011 @ 12:19 pm
Littlefingers ending  
I am reading so many posts where people thrives on the hope for Petyr´s death. Mostly by the hand of Sansa or by Sandor and Sansa while they having sex.
I must be the only one that wish for (but don´t hope for) a different ending for him. Just because I find him too interesting to just let it end.
On a shallow note, I like Show!Petyr walking through the whole thing looking like something from a dream I never want to wake up from. He can just keep doing that without a spear impaled in his chest or his head separated from his body thank you very much.
On a different note, I just don´t care one bit for Sansa. She is a 13-year old girl and as interesting as one, at least for me. I guess I have to wait to see her grow, because I haven´t read the books and don´t know her story. (I am NOT a Sansa-hater. Nor a Sansa-shipper. I just don´t care yet)  To see her kill him or being behind his death would be too painful for me.
But my wish is that Sansa is the one that rescues Petyr when it´s time. Something like the ragged, long-haired and huddling form of him, captured and starving in the prison-dungeons, is led out for execution and Lady Sansa is the one that coldly say something like, "Spare his life, but from now on make him wish you didn´t" and then just turns away and walks off. Just no death and no ending. He is just too much fun. Littlefinger may rise again sort of thing. Cruel enough and he may "deserve" it but I don´t want to see his death. It is just too boring.
 
 
 
direwolfdragondirewolfdragon on June 25th, 2011 12:48 pm (UTC)
While Sansa isn't one of my favorite characters and there are many of her choices she makes that I hate- I don't hate her partially I think because I have read the books. They show her growth in a way that the show has failed to do although with the latest ep,they are beginning to show her realization that the world doesn't operate as the stories and songs she loves.

I find her naivete just a more feminine version of Ned Stark's own belief that everyone will do the honorable, right thing although he is shown time and time again they will not and that because he does the honorable, right thing, he will be triumphant.

A bit of a double standard (been guilty of it myself)- Ned Stark is to be admired while Sansa is to be scorned for basically the same thing.
tallmagetallmage on June 26th, 2011 01:04 am (UTC)
I would actually like to see him and Sansa be happy together...
MostePotentePotionsmostepotente on February 1st, 2012 08:05 am (UTC)
Petyr can't die, I think, because he's kept the Kings Landing books cooked/running for so long that there'd be a major economic recession otherwise :D