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Arya vs. Night King: Will Arya Steal Your Face on a White Walker?

We learned in the second episode of Game of Thrones – eighth season that Arya Stark is prepared to die in the upcoming battle against Night King and his White Walkers. Knowing Arya, she probably plans to go down in battle – the only real question is how many White Walkers she will take down with her. But another question is just how Arya will attack. We know that thanks to Gendry, she has a fun new two-sided spear of dragons glass, in addition to her stylish Valyrian steel dagger. But what if she has another, seriously hardcore tool in her arsenal? Unnamed: What if Arya brushes off the skills she learned from the Faceless Men and puts them to good use &#821 1; by stealing White Walker to come to Night King? Arya strategically thinks how to defeat the enemy – and she may be the best placed fighter to deliver the killing battle In the second episode of season eight, "A Knight for the Seven Kingdoms," we see Arya in. at Gendry to ask about his special spear – and question him about the white walks, with some interesting specific questions about his experience with them. "How do they look?" She asks. "What do they smell like, how do they move, how hard do they kill?" Sure, it may be your generic "know your opponents" kind of questions. But ask for details such as how the white hikers look, move and even smell suggests that Arya thinks of…

We learned in the second episode of Game of Thrones – eighth season that Arya Stark is prepared to die in the upcoming battle against Night King and his White Walkers. Knowing Arya, she probably plans to go down in battle – the only real question is how many White Walkers she will take down with her.

But another question is just how Arya will attack. We know that thanks to Gendry, she has a fun new two-sided spear of dragons glass, in addition to her stylish Valyrian steel dagger.

But what if she has another, seriously hardcore tool in her arsenal?

Unnamed: What if Arya brushes off the skills she learned from the Faceless Men and puts them to good use &#821

1; by stealing White Walker to come to Night King?

Arya strategically thinks how to defeat the enemy – and she may be the best placed fighter to deliver the killing battle

In the second episode of season eight, “A Knight for the Seven Kingdoms,” we see Arya in. at Gendry to ask about his special spear – and question him about the white walks, with some interesting specific questions about his experience with them.

“How do they look?” She asks. “What do they smell like, how do they move, how hard do they kill?”

Sure, it may be your generic “know your opponents” kind of questions. But ask for details such as how the white hikers look, move and even smell suggests that Arya thinks of them not as a prey to being hunted but as an enemy to be infiltrated. And who better than Arya to do it? After all, she has a gift that virtually no one else in Westeros has: she can steal faces.

“a knight of the seven kingdoms” was a little mother of the specific strategies that the Winterfell army will take to the battle, but We got the focus on Bran’s plan to act as bait for the Night King by parking himself and Theons little group of fighters in central Winterfell estatewood, where the big white tree with the red leaves, aka Heart Tree, sits.

Although we did not see a list of people who will accompany Bran and Theon on their special assignment, Arya appeared prominently in that conversation and it makes sense that she would like to go after the night King Direct We have been reminded and again that Night King essentially embodies death itself – Bran explains in this section that Night King’s goal is to wipe out all human memory and existence. And Gendry describes him as dead against Arya – as her answer is that death has many faces. She would surely know to have carried so many by herself.

Let’s not forget how close Arya himself is associated with death. In Game of Thrones in the first season, her swordsman teacher Syrio taught her to always answer the god of death; In season three, Arya announced that death was the only god she acknowledged, after which the faceless man, Jaqen Hai, invited her to train as a murderer to serve “the versatile god”, including death. After all, she is in a great position to meet him one on one. And what better way to do this than by letting Bran distract Night King while she steals her face on one of his White Walkers and takes him out himself? And alongside the Heart Tree, no less, a tree that has many faces literally preserved in its luggage.

(We should also note that a popular fan theory derived from the season eight trailer, which contains a scene where Arya is scared by the Castle at Winterfell, suggests that the Nagkungen himself persecutes.)

And while we joke away our fantasies we leave you a final picture. When Arya takes out the Night King with a strategic javelin or two, she can remind him of what she has always said to the god of death: Not today!

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