July 16 was the day that people around the world were waiting for, "Game of Thrones" was back with its seventh season. It's been a longer wait than normal, but the Season 7 premiere certainly made up for that. It set the stage for what is to come in the next six episodes of the season. This was the chance to see where the characters exactly are and what the plans are moving forward.

While there were many great moments in the "Game of Thrones" season 7 premiere, there were certain ones that stood out the most. Here are four great moments from the episode.

Arya Stark killing the Freys

The opening moment of the season has to be the best. Who else worried about the lack of title credits at first? They came after Arya's moment of getting revenge for her family. After killing Walder Frey in the season 6 finale, Arya wore his face to bring all the Freys together in one room. Mentioning the Red Wedding, Arya taunted the group. While they'd killed some of the older Stark members, they failed to kill all. As the Freys were poisoned by the wine, Arya revealed who she really was. Now it's time to move on with her list.

Jon and Sansa showing tension

We all knew it was coming. Sansa wasn't going to be happy that Jon was named the King of the North, especially after he told her that it wasn't something he wanted.

It didn't take long for tensions to show and Littlefinger was more than happy to attempt to make those tensions worse. When Sansa publicly questions Jon's decisions over handling the Karstarks and the Umbers, he makes it clear that he isn't happy. The best part was Jon noting that Sansa almost admires Cersei Lannister's personality.

Cersei is not a woman to look up to.

Daenerys makes it to Dragonstone

It's taken six years, but Dany is finally in Westeros. The "Game of Thrones" season 7 premiere saw the Mother of Dragons step onto the beach of Dragonstone and get to her ancesteral home and birthplace. It's clear that a lot of the season is going to be focused on her.

The question is what her next steps will be. Yara wants to attack King's Landing, but is this the right time?

The Hound sees the Wall

Very few people believe the White Walkers are real, but The Hound got a chance to see them. As he looked into the flames, he had a vision of The Wall falling. He saw the dead rising and getting into Westeros. This is his introduction into the one event that fans have waited since the pilot to happen. But more than that, The Hound got a chance at redemption. He came across the bones of the father and daughter he had left to starve back in season 4.

What were your favorite moments of the "Game of Thrones" season 7 premiere? Episode 2 airs on Sunday at 9/8c on HBO.