I don’t think it’s entirely unreasonable to think that Sansa’s brothers would abdicate in her favor. Let’s face it, if this were present-day, Bran would consider the monarchy a hollow endeavor and become an advocate for the disabled and the environment, and get arrested for weirwood-sitting. Meanwhile Rickon, the prodigal son, runs off to the military and becomes king of the tabloids when he gets busted for playing strip cyvasse in a Tyroshi casino.
Arya would be similarly bored with royal affairs. If she didn’t stay in murder school after finding out her siblings were alive, she’d probably buy a motorcycle and take up vigilantism.
Then Sansa as queen can institute absolute primogeniture. WIN
…I guess what I’m really trying to say here is the Starks would be a really entertaining bunch of modern royals
The Knight; it moves by leaps of intuition. You never know what to expect. The Bishop; the piece that is held back by only being able to move on it’s own color - it can surprise you. The King; the piece the whole game revolves around and yet, it is the least powerful piece in terms of ability to move about the board. The Rook; the watcher and protector. The Pawn; the least powerful piece on the chess board, but has the potential to become equal to the most powerful - with the right move. The Queen; the most powerful piece. Has full freedom of movement in any direction and is the most valuable. [inspiration].