Game of Thrones teases a huge, long-awaited reunion next week

Ruben Ruiz
July 19, 2017

As the events of the #GameofThronesSeason7 premiere will be discussed herein, heavy spoilers will follow. Sansa, who experienced the same familial losses as Arya, and was also raped and abused in a forced marriage to psychopath Ramsay Bolton, is in no brighter headspace than her serial killer sibling, Arya - and she's also out for blood and power. Sansa replies, "I learned a great deal from her". That was going to be her destiny had she not escaped King's Landing.

"I've always had this fantasy in the back of my head - I don't think it's a good ending and fans might not like it - but that somebody would sit on the Iron Throne at the end and then they whip their face off and it's Arya instead", she says.

While some might just stack this up to mise-en-scène, some eager eyed fans have pointed out that Sansa's hair looks exactly like Cersei's.

If you have watched the first episode of Season 7 of Game of Thrones keenly, you'll have observed that at around 22 minutes 30 seconds into the episode, Jaime Lannister tells Cersei something interesting - "We're the last of us". In that last moment she's staring out at all those men dying, she's turned into a bit more of a monster than she's ever realised.

Now, you might be asking why we're bringing this all up again.

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The premiere was a big episode for Sansa: She publicly defied her "half-brother" Jon Snow and asserted herself as a force to be reckoned with.

But while it's one of the most explosive starts to a Game of Thrones season so far, co show-runner DB Weiss has revealed that a totally different start to proceedings had originally been envisaged. Lady Mormont, probably more than any other Northern Lord, understands the seriousness of the threat the Night King poses with his army of undead. This was a young teenager looking to find her footing in the world.

If so, could she become the ideal partner to Littlefinger? That's the first sign that something's up - Walder was killed by Arya (Maisie Williams) at the end of last season. They laugh this off, but we know what Arya's capable of.

It happens quickly, but right after you see an image of a wolf, Arya comes on screen, so we can comfortably assume the wolf is Nymeria. In this season Arya Stark's continues her vengeance against the House Frey. And, she's not shy about her intentions either, since she openly declared her goal for riding south: "I'm going to kill the queen". Not to mention Meera Reed and Brienne (who isn't technically of the North, but serves the Starks) who would gladly remind Cersei of the one lesson she tried to teach Joffrey back in the day: "the North cannot be held and when the winter comes the seven Gods together couldn't save you or your royal army".

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