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The eldest daughter of the late Eddard Stark will have a more dynamic and sinister role to play in the events of "Game of Thrones" season 5.

Littlefinger has convinced Sansa that her next step should be to seek revenge on the people who destroyed her family, and this can only be done by reclaiming Winterfell.

The leaked episodes of "Game of Thrones" showed Sansa Stark and Petyr Baelish making their way to Winterfell. Littlefinger's plan is to marry off Sansa to Ramsay Bolton, and he hopes that Stannis Baratheon would soon take back Winterfell and appoint Sansa Wardeness of the North.

Sansa is initially reluctant to go ahead with Littlefinger's plan, especially as it involves marrying into the Bolton clan whose head, Roose Bolton, was responsible for killing Rob and Catelyn in the infamous Red Wedding featured in  season 3. But Littlefinger, who has a smooth tongue and charming ways, convinces Sansa to marry Ramsay and exact her vengeance.

If Sansa ends up marrying Ramsay, speculations are rife that she could end up murdering Freys and serving them as human pies to the rest of the Freys and Boltons.

In George RR Martin's books, a character named Wyman Manderly kills three members of the Frey family, and serves them to the Freys and Boltons saying, "The best pie you have ever tasted, my lords. Wash it down with Arbor gold and savor every bite. I know I shall."

But because the "Game of Thrones" television series differs from the books, rumours suggest Sansa could take Wyman Manderly's place.

Meanwhile, there are chances that Sansa and Littlefinger will cross paths with Brienne and Podrick in the upcoming episodes. But like Arya, Sansa too does not want Brienne's help, forcing her to find a new mission, which might be to seek revenge on Stannis for killing Renly Baratheon.

"Game of Thrones" airs Sundays on HBO.