Internet Sleuths Deciphers Sansa’s Letter From Game of Thrones

Leave it to the internet to decipher the biggest mysteries around. That being the letter that Sansa wrote in episode 7 of Game of Thrones season 6.

Game of Thrones Sansa Letter

Credit goes to Redditor CreepyPancakes who managed to figure out the letter by zooming in on the image to make out what was written. Not all of it was legible, though, but CreepyPancakes made some educational guesses in brackets. Here’s what the final transcript looks like:

Here’s what the final transcript looks like:

“You [promised] to protect me. […] Now you have [a chance] to fulfill our promise. [The Knights] of the Vale are under your command. Ride [north] for Winterfell. [Lend] us your aid and I shall see to it that you are [well rewarded].”

Game of Thrones Sansa Letter enhanced

Based on what’s written, we can guess that Sansa is reaching to Littlefinger to help out in the war for the north. It seems that Jon Snow needs all the help he can get to win back Winterfell from the Boltons and they can do worse than Littlefinger.

Hopefully, we’ll find out if it’s really is Littlefinger who comes to the aid of Sansa Stark and Jon Snow by the end of the season. For now, check out the preview for the upcoming episode 8 of Game of Thrones season 6.

Source: Reddit

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