All the times Littlefinger betrayed people on 'Game of Thrones' because he sucks

All the times Littlefinger betrayed people on 'Game of Thrones' because he sucks
From Mashable - August 11, 2017

The Iron Throne may be in contention, but the award for WIliest Person in Westeros on Game of Thrones has always belonged to Petyr Baelish, a.k.a. Littlefinger (Aidan Gillan). Littlefinger is a creep, a liar, a master manipulator and a mildly psychotic social climber.

So why is this guy still around? Can he even be killed without a wooden stake? We are about ready for him to get killedideally by Sansabut do not be shocked if he has another signature betrayal up his sleeve.

In honor of Littlefinger's (hopefully) impending demise and all the times he's been an incomparable piece ofs**t, here's a look back at all the ways he betrayed people who trusted him in the years we have come to know this freak.

1. Having Jon Arryn killed

Jon Arryn's death always seemed like the work of the Lannisters, especially when we learn that he had likely learned the truth about Joffrey's parentage. Alas, the former hand of the king's death was orchestrated by Petyr Baelish, and executed by his wife Lysa, who for some godforsaken reason has lifelong hots for Littlefinger (more on that later). Why kill Jon Arryn? To throw Westeros into chaoswe know how Littlefinger feels about chaos.

2. Lying about the dagger

When an unknown assassin attacked the bedridden Brandon Stark with a dagger, his mother fought off the assailant. The weaponmade of Valyrian steel and now back in Winterfellallegedly belonged to Tyrion Lannister ... according to Littlefinger. This is a lie, because he is a liar.

3. Betraying Ned Stark to his death

In Season 1, Baelish was slimy, but Ned saw this as the type of casual creepiness you can sort of power through and ignore when you work with someone. But underestimating Petyr Baelish turned out to be fatal for Ned Stark, who was convicted of treason and then beheaded at the Sept of Baelor.

4. Killing Ros

5. Planning Joffrey's murder

6. Killing Lysa Arryn

7. Marrying Sansa to Ramsay Bolton


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