My first thought is Sansa doing something drastic; out of character but saving-her-skin move.
But I am glad the forum didn't see this coming. Usually the Sansa predictions revolve around "game playing" lessons.
Sansa's a survivor, all right. Honestly, I don't know if I ever bought that she'd spend an extended period of Winds
learning about "game playing." She's already learned a lot, and she's started to resist LF and his scheming (in "Alayne's" last chapter in Feast
thinking about how "she did not want to wed again, not now, perhaps not ever," as well as mentally seeking out reasons why she can't and won't marry, so she's not exactly nodding along obediently anymore...not that that would keep her from learning, of course). She may not be able
to take much more of his lechery during "lessons," especially if she learns about the people he's hurt, which may make being around him more unbearable.
I just did a quick search and in a topic about Sansa's relationship with LF, there were some great thoughts about how Sansa is particularly suited to bringing about LF's downfall:
As for Sansa's being the one to bring down Baelish, I think she will at least have a major role in his undoing...I don't think she's going to be frozen in fear forever. I think she's going to find out, one way or another, what Littlefinger did to her father, or Littlefinger will go to far with her in terms of sexual molestation, and Sansa will turn on him. GRRM has more or less telegraphed the notion, through Littlefinger himself, that pawns can develop a will of their own and make their own moves; I think that Sansa will do just that. Because LF believes that Sansa is his obedient, pliable puppet and is also invested emotionally in his sick scenario of himself as father/lover to Sansa-as-a-younger-Cat; he is uniquely vulnerable to underestimating her. It might take a few years; but Sansa will be the cause or the agent of Littlefinger's destruction, whether or not she kills him herself or not. (I personally don't think Littlefinger will necessarily die, but he will be much reduced in circumstance and not play the Game of Thrones anymore)
I don't think it will take "a few years"--maybe a few chapters. There's also some poetic justice in Sansa, who Littlefinger might consider his "greatest" pawn i.e. the key to his biggest moves yet, proving to be his undoing.
Sansa might kill SweetRobin. Or help kill SweetRobin.
Well that would certainly be out of left field...I thought she was quite protective of him? More likely, Littlefinger goes in for the kill and this infuriates Sansa to the point where she brings him down?
Edited by Eir, 18 April 2013 - 12:29 PM.