GOT S7 episode 4 “The Spoils of War” showcased a very hot encounter between the Lannister army and Dany’s dragon which probably killed Jamie Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) the “Kingslayer.” “Game of ThronesSeason 7 episode 4 took the intensity to the next level and was labeled to be the best episode so far.

The episode was filled with fire and blood and showcased too many events from Jon Snow in Westeros and the Stark family in the North. This episode is also the first to feature what fans have been waiting for a long time – a very dramatic reunion, and a great encounter.

Stark family’s most awaited reunion

Arya (Maisie Williams) and Sansa (Sophie Turner) was reunited in a very dramatic place in Winterfell – in their father’s statue in the Crypt. Arya had some trouble entering the castle when two guards tried to stop her from getting inside thinking that she was just pretending to be the royal daughter. But because of her unique ability, she vanished into thin air and made her way to the statue of her father Ned Stark.

The long separated sisters begin to talk about the things involving their family. As the conversation goes, Sansa sparked some jealous contention when she said that Jon was just happy seeing her and that his heart would stop if she sees Arya back in Winterfell.

Arya also tells Sansa about her list of people she is going to kill.

Sansa finds Arya and Bran as different people

As the Queen-in-command of the North, Sansa felt really strange with how Arya and Bran have changed with time. They have been totally different people and now possess skills that were really unexpected. Arya is now a master assassin who can quickly change identity and Bran see everything in the past and maybe even the future being the three-eyed raven.

Sansa is not yet knowledgeable about her sibling’s capabilities but slowly learns about these developments. She sees Arya’s fighting skills that are at par with Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie), a master swordsman as they practiced in the field. It could also be seen in Sansa’s reaction that she doesn’t seem to like how Arya has changed.

Although some jealousy might be in the atmosphere, sibling rivalry was pretty normal for the family. Back in the first season of “Game of Thrones” Sansa and Arya was always fighting even for simple things. Fans are also contemplating how this rivalry could affect their relationship now that Lord Petyr Baelish (Aidan Gillen) is always around.