Five 'Game of Thrones' characters we hope survive the season

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Fans are just days away from sitting in front of their TVs to catch the season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones!

It's been a real honor to play a character for that long, because it gives you the chance to develop someone over seven years, whereas normally with a standard movie, you get like a month and a half and maybe a month of prep. Luckily, via Ser Dontos-a kindly former knight cum fool-Sansa is spirited out of King's Landing as the murder goes down where Littlefinger awaits. In "Game of Thrones" Season 6, Jon Snow and Sansa was only able to take back Winterfell from Ramsay Bolton after the latter showed up with more troops from Lord Baelish, also known as Little Finger. Or will she stand for herself, and probably perish along with Littlefinger? To see her spend so much time with the Waif, an underwritten, unsympathetic character whose sole goal is torturing Arya, was hugely disappointing. Naturally, we were super excited to find out that she just debuted red hair once again four days before Season 7 starts.

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As for which of the fictional characters she'd show some love to, Turner played a game of "Crown, Bed, Kill" with the characters Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), and Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey).

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"This season, it's really interesting", she told Elle at the event. While we definitely want him to know the truth, because his lineage is a key strength when it comes to having a claim over the Iron Throne, who knows how his people will react to that revelation? "At the beginning of this season, she's finally acquired that power and respect from John, but not the power that she really feels that she deserves", Sophie Turner told Variety. "So she's nearly more vulnerable now than she ever was". Speaking to W magazine, she teased: "Now that she's became a leader, she has Winterfell, she has her home, she has her brother".

For a long time, Sansa had only one objective: to survive. After her run with the Faceless Man didn't pan out so well, she took things into her own hand, stole a mask from the Hall of Faces and killed Walder Frey, one of the many people on her "To Kill" list. Emmanuel says. "Everything that we've been working up to for the last six seasons".

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Still, the underdog narrative of the rejected bastard who becomes King is very strong, even in a show as unpredictable as Game of Thrones, and it's hard to imagine Jon meeting an untimely and unfair death - especially after we were already put through that so recently. And the reality of this impending war that's coming is very, very real for her for many reasons.

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