In effect, the Bran we used to know doesn't seem to be very present at all.
With just one and a half seasons left for Game of Thrones, it's hard to say whether Benioff and Weiss have chose to include Stoneheart at this stage. Is there something more to this theory or is it just a theory? Now, that's just one tiny file in a huge system.
If you watch the sparring scene in S07E04 between Arya and Brienne, when Arya asks 'Didn't you vow to serve both my MOTHER's daughters?' - at the word MOTHER you can see a woman in a long green dress w/ long auburn wavy hair with her head down walking past the background gate, resembling Cat.
"That said, we've been waiting for this to happen since the beginning", he continued. He had only done a one-day TV commercial shoot before "GoT".
Wright added that there is still a bit of "old Bran" left in his character, but that personality has to share space in his brain with a lot more now. He's now an incredibly powerful character now; having all the knowledge in the world puts you in a seriously advantageous position. Bran just becomes this calm, zen character.
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"I think it's most shocking for Sansa and Arya to see what Bran is like, because they still have fundamentally the same character traits as they did when they were young: Arya is this spunky, fierce girl, and Sansa is this diplomatic lady". Some believe that it could mean an epic duel similar to what happened between Arya and Brienne of Tarth in "The Spoils of War".
Maybe - maybe - this is an intentional homage to the missing, undead book character, but that's about it. Game of Thrones is full of mysteries, secrets, and Easter eggs, but it's better than actually bringing a character back from the dead in the background. The fact that Bran heard that line means that he's gone back and looked through Mr. Baelish's timeline.
Isn't that, then, also frightening for Bran, that Littlefinger may now see him as a threat?
The show, perhaps to simplify things or to make Jon's resurrection have more impact, didn't include Lady Stoneheart.
Sure, Bran may have made it out of Season 6's "The Door" alive, but it certainly looks like our little lord left a piece of himself behind.
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We need to show a bit more resilience there. "Ultimately, it wasn't that which cost us, it was the set plays". He added: "We started really well and I thought we could stay in control".