Game of Thrones’ Arya Stark (played by Maisie Williams) was most recently seen cutting the throat of Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) in the Season 7 finale.
She has grown up to be an exceptionally extreme young warrior in the HBO show and it’s imaginable she will need to join Jon Snow’s (Kit Harington) battle against the Night King in the final season.
Be that as it may, it appears she may not survive the last season or the war against the Army of the Dead.
One fan glanced back at past arrangement. The fan found a gigantic sign that seems to indicate Arya anticipating her own demise.
Reddit client Dadbodyy stated:
“I am slowly rewatching the show while I wait for the last season.”
“I just noticed that Arya was pledged to marry a Frey in season one. She likely killed him in season seven!”
“I realise the pledge became void when Robb broke his word, but this did just dawn on me.”
“I think in the books, the guy is named and is distraught that he won’t be marrying his ‘princess’.”
Another fan commented noticing that the “princess” specified is Arya herself in the George R.R. Martin books the show depends on.
“There’s actually a really cool exchange in the books where Arya talks to her betrothed (I think his name is Emmon or Edric or something with E) without knowing she’s betrothed to him.
She tells him she hopes his princess dies, when she’s unknowingly talking about herself.”
Could Arya’s destiny as of now have been uncovered without fans seeing a little detail many would have let slip?
It comes after actress Maisie opened up about the last season in a sit-down with ELLE UK.
“I think until last season [seven], Arya was always killing the baddies.”
“But then we saw her start to use those manipulative powers.”
“It’s not until she had that whole dialogue with her sister Sansa in the last season that you realise what she’s become, that she’s being awful to someone who we love.”
Maisie proceeded on to say:
“For me, it was a really great moment as an actor to be able to play the character you love as a baddie.”
“It felt so amazing, even though it’s an awful scene.”
She noted that Arya will “right her wrongs” at last.
We’ll see what that means when Game of Thrones returns to TV with Season 8 in 2019.