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7 hours ago, Morgred said:

We dont exacly know who jaquen or Syrio really is. 

But Jaquen appeared after dissappear of Syrio. And FM can be so easly caught? really? all of us saw what they can do, so the only way to caught them is - if they want to be caught. 


6 hours ago, Aegonzo The Great said:

Wlaschiha, the actor who plays Jaqen, told The Hollywood Reporter:

"It’s all part of a bigger plan. We still don’t know who Jaqen is and why he showed up in the story in the first place. It was never explained why he ended up in the black cells in King’s Landing and then went on that journey. It wasn’t a coincidence. It was all part of a bigger plan — that’s my theory."


Hmmm..... The show does love recycling/bringing back old characters, even at the expense of the books (Benjen is Coldhands in the show, Jaqen is the Kindly Man on the show, etc). The timeline of Syrio's supposed death and Jaqen's introduction to the storyline definitely matches up. Why would Jaqen take an interest in Arya, even before she rescued him from the burning cage?

Additionally, why would Jaqen seem so sad  when he asked the Waif to kill Arya, and what did he mean when he said "A shame. A girl has many gifts?" Seems like an odd thing for him to say when he hasn't been training Arya that long, unless he knew her from his time training her as a Water Dancer.

I'll just leave this here:




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On 6/7/2016 at 11:34 PM, Morgred said:

Some crazy theory:

So Syrio, Jaquen, Waif Faceless Man - all of them are 1 person - the faceless god itself

He just meet Arya in KL and found that she is special, co just observe her and helping all the way. 

Then that what happened in last episode could be planned by this god. 

Syrio probably isn't a faceless man.

But you aren't wrong.

Each religion in Westeros is a psychic gestalt. The faceless men draw power from every psychic gestalt. So do the Dosh Kaleen. So will Euron, based on the sample chapter. "The Many Faced God" is basically just "all of humanity"... so yes, each of those characters are the Many Faced God... and none of them are. The only characters who wouldn't be are those who worship the "Old Gods". The Old Gods also have a psychic gestalt, but it isn't a HUMAN psychic gestalt.

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