10 characters we want to see team up in Game of Thrones season 7

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Calling all Game of Thrones fans, after this week’s big premiere with “Dragonstone”, we are making some predictions of some meet ups we want to see in the coming weeks. 

While most characters living in Westeros are lone wolves fighting simply to survive, there have been some interesting and surprising pairings throughout the six seasons of the show, reminding us of Sansa Stark’s quote from the second season 7 trailer: “When the snows fall and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies but the pack survives.”

From Tyrion sailing across the Narrow Sea to team up with Dany to Jon Snow aligning himself with the wildlings and sweet Sansa working with the diabolical Littlefinger, there have been some very intriguing team ups over the course of Game of Thrones history, and we have a feeling that season 7 is only going to put together more exciting pairings.

Here is our list of 10 characters we would like to see work together as winter rages through Westeros and the White Walkers make their big move

1. Arya Stark and Sansa Stark

HBO, Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark (left), Maisie Williams as Ayra Stark (right)

Looking back at season 1, these Stark sisters were practically enemies with all their sibling bickering. Of course, now that all that fighting seems trivial so we would love to see Sansa and Arya reunite next season and team up to take down all those who harmed the Stark family over the past six seasons.

With Arya’s newfound assassin skills as a faceless man and Sansa’s foray into power as the Lady of Winterfell (and successfully making her first kill last season), these two could make an unstoppable duo eliminating enemy after enemy.

One of the biggest questions is, however, what is going to happen if these two cross paths again?

Considering the last sweet Stark reunion between Sansa and Jon Snow was one of the most satisfying moments during season 6, we have a feeling this reunion will exceed all of our expectations (especially if Bran Stark makes an arrival in Winterfell too). We also have the problem of Arya heading south to kill Queen Cersei and not north, so first someone (her long-lost direwolf Nymeria, perhaps) is going to have to convince Arya to head home before she can reunite with her sister.