Arya Stark: I was never going to be as good a lady as you. So I had to be something else. I never could have survived what you survived.
Sansa Stark: You would have. You're the strongest person I know.
Arya Stark: I believe that's the nicest thing you've ever said to me.
Sansa Stark: Well, don't get used to it. You're still very strange and annoying.
Arya Stark (to Sansa): We both wanted to be other people when we were younger. You wanted to be a queen, to sit next to a handsome, young king on the Iron Throne. I wanted to be a knight, to pick up a sword like Father and go off to battle. Neither of us got to be that other person, did we? The world doesn't just let girls decide what they're going to be. But I can now. With the faces, I can choose. I can become someone else. Speak in their voice, live in their skin. I could even become you. I wonder what it would feel like to wear those pretty dresses... to be the Lady of Winterfell. All I'd need to find out... is your face.
Arya Stark: What would little Lyanna Mormont say? She's younger than you were when you wrote this. Are you going to say, "But I was just a child?"
Sansa Stark: You're angry. Sometimes anger makes people do unfortunate things.
Arya Stark: Sometimes fear makes them do unfortunate things. I'll go with anger.
Arya Stark (about her father): There was one arrow in the target. There was no one around, just like now. No one to stop me. So I started shooting. And every shot, I had to go up there and get my one arrow and walk back and shoot it again. I wasn't very good. Finally, I hit the bull's-eye. Could have been the 20th shot or the 50th. I don't remember. But I hit the bull's-eye, and I heard this. (clapping) I looked up, and he's standing right here, smiling down at me. I knew what I was doing was against the rules. But he was smiling, so I knew it wasn't wrong. The rules were wrong. I was doing what I was meant to be doing, and he knew it.