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ItsTophThatsWho

Confirmed


Papaofmonsters

It's Valyrian steel and dragonbone. It stands to reason it was originally a Targaryen weapon.


newusernamecoming

Pretty sure they confirm this in the after the episode interviews with people who made the episode


nobackstory

Yes, also the same one Arya used to kill Littlefinger, and the one the assassin used when trying to kill Bran.


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