DutchArya

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  1. Well people have predicted many things for Arya's future and often the idea that she dies, or wanders off into the World unable to live a "normal" life with people because she is too damaged or a free spirit and is too wild or she just dies from seeking her bloodthirsty vengeance...etc. There doesn't seem to be any room for something where we see Arya settle down and the foreshadowing in the books suggests she may be forced to. The show is hinting at that different side to her personality which could dictate or hint at what she ends up doing.
  2. We just have to accept D&D's subpar writing and placing logical expectations on them doesn't seem to be right anymore. Whatever they end up doing, it will happen, shortcuts and all. Character consistency and a narrative that makes sense just isn't at the top of their priority list. For example, Arya had to leave Braavos, they didn't know how because GRRM never told them those details. So D&D wrote whatever to get from point A to point B which is what they will continue to do. I think we'll see more setup for S8 in the coming episodes. Yup with the time jumps they have to use... the Long Night needs wrap up in less episodes.
  3. But I think you're making the mistake of thinking D&D will get to the endgame in a logical way that requires sufficient built. They don't care about time frames, character motivations or basic consistency...etc. If they need a character to do something or be somewhere - that's what they'll write towards. And again, regarding Arya specifically, they have already dropped hints you haven't really addressed yet. Why make a reference to the way she looks in Ep2? Or the fact that she has no problem being a called a Lady even though they were borrowing heavily from S1 setups/scenes/nostalgia which they could have injected into that moment before she sparred with Brienne. The take away: Arya is pretty and doesn't mind being a Lady.
  4. I know. Why do you think they are so closely styled similar? Sophie said they do it deliberately to show who character is inspired by and projecting. Which suggests to me that Arya will be doing more to support Jon's cause in the North when the inevitable weakness among the Northerners arises or if Sansa tries to take power for herself, if she's ever tempted at least.
  5. What will their reunion be like: https://i.redd.it/b8vy6p0f13fz.gif
  6. But they already said they would eventually come to the same ending as GRRM. If Arya was meant to do something big at the end or not die for example. If it's not happening in the books, I don't think they'll do that in the show for a main character endgame. What are the chances Arya ends up married by the end of the series? @Gaz0680 Doesn't Sansa have her own endgame? Why would they give her Arya's? If that was the case, they would just give her Nymeria and Arya's warging powers...etc.
  7. I think that will be important for future episodes where Arya - who is also styled and looks like Jon - will be defending him against the Northern Lords + Sansa who get frustrated that he isn't back from his trip down South. I think we'll see Arya making friends with Lyanna Mormont as well as they probably have a lot in common. S7 is setting up for everything that will come in S8. Do you think D&D will add some time jumps in the really long eps in the final season? The Long Night can't be over in just a few months considering the last one was a generation long. At least enough time for Dany to give birth at the very least.
  8. Exactly. D&D also planned some Bran dialogue where he is surprised Arya go to Winterfell so quickly because he thought the storm would slow her down. That shows the writers understood the urgency Arya would be feeling to get back home. Family has always mattered more to Arya than anything else in the world. And we can see the subtle changes the writers are putting into her character: Highlighting a pretty she is and that she doesn't mind being called a Lady.
  9. The minute she heard Jon was at Winterfell, she rode home and gave up her List and revenge and going South. Why do people not look at this with more weight and just gloss over it? The writers revealed their inspiration for Arya's return to Winterfell as "Odysseus Homecoming".
  10. It's Valyrian steel, with dragonbone (that fire can't burn) and dragonglass (frozen fire). A weapon like this isn't meant just for LF. Like Bran said, he doesn't care about LF. He sees the bigger threat and if you look at the way Bran gave the dagger to Arya... that was a little strange, like he was doing something very important and meaningful. A catalyst moment. I think she is killing some Whitewalkers.
  11. Is she a Faceless Man though?
  12. Notice Brienne called her "My Lady" and Arya didn't mind? Especially when they are harking back to S1 moments nostalgia - wouldn't throwing in "But I'm not a Lady" type of line be appropriate if that was where her mind set was still at? Seems like Arya is evolving in a lot of different ways it seems.
  13. Dude, you need to chill out.
  14. @Samwell_Tarly @Lurid Jester So if Robert had it originally... then how did he come to possess it? It's a very old blade and it's possible it was once in the hands of a Targaryen.
  15. There was supposed to be a scene with Jon& Ghost in Ep2 and Bryan Cogman revealed that he really fought for D&D to keep the scene in the episode. But it they cut it anyway. What a waste.