Now, you might be asking yourself if Gendry and Arya, in Game then whether or not Arya and Gendry are in love has been plaguing you for a while. King in the North and help stave off the destruction of humankind as. Could Gendry sit the Iron Throne, and what kind of leader would he be? Also, will he an Arya ever get together? it quite a lot back then, and I couldn't help but feel uncomfortable, because the reality of the situation at the time. Before they leave, Arya arranges for Jaqen H'ghar to help them to escape the .. on her list solely for the feelings and strong relationship she had with Gendry.
HBO Sansa Stark has endured two arranged marriages, one of which left her at the mercy of the sociopathic Ramsay Bolton. So she definitely deserves a chance at a happy, functional relationship before Game of Thrones wraps up. Some fans believe that her best chance at romantic bliss lies with none other than Jon.
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They have a mutual respect and obviously care deeply about each other. But most importantly, they trust each other. Yes, Jon and Sansa grew up as brother and sister. And we all know there have been far more incestuous relationships on GoT.
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Actors Sophie Turner and Kit Harington have both more or less shot down rumors of that potential storyline. HBO Nothing brings two young people together quite like a treacherous, deadly journey through wintry terrain. The two have formed an unmistakable bond over the past few seasons. And Bran, too, did what he could — even paralyzed — to rescue her from Karl Tanner when they were captured in Season 4.
But these days, Bran and Meera are more preoccupied with the impending war than they are with starting a romantic relationship.
Brienne and Jaime Sparks were flying throughout their time together. What started as animosity and disdain grew into respect, protectiveness, and even affection.Will Jon Marry Arya? Do They Love Each Other? - Game of Thrones Season 7 - Relationship Evidence
And after Jaime confessed how he became the Kingslayer to Brienne while they were lounging in a bath together, their bond became intensely intimate — something critics have noted is, at this point, beyond just romantic. Actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has theorized that Brienne and Jaime are in love, but will likely never act on it.
Gendry and Arya Arya deserves a little love after her traumatic childhood. Distrusting Brienne's allegiances, the Hound attempts to kill her but is severely beaten and is seemingly mortally wounded.
Arya manages to hide from Brienne in the confusion, and after Brienne leaves, Arya takes the Hound's silver, leaving him to die. She then encounters a Braavosi captain, who offers her passage to Braavos after she gives him the iron coin. After impressing Jaqen with her ability to lie undetected by convincing a terminally ill girl to drink poison, she is given the assignment of assassinating a corrupt insurance salesman. However, she is distracted from her mission by the arrival in Braavos of Ser Meryn Trant.
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Assuming the identity of the girl she had poisoned, Arya disguises herself as a prostitute and infiltrates a brothel, where she kills Meryn. However, when she returns to the House of Black and White she is caught by Jaqen, who chides that Arya has not dissociated from her identity and that as a result wearing another person's face will poison her. Arya is subsequently struck blind.
Season 6[ edit ] Arya is forced to beg on the streets of Braavos, with her fellow acolyte the Waif arriving daily to attack her.
She is tasked to assassinate an actress named Lady Crane, but Arya has a change of heart at the last minute, instead warning Lady Crane of the attempt on her life. The Waif witnesses this disobedience, and is given permission by Jaqen to kill Arya.
Aware that she is now in danger, Arya retrieves her sword Needle from its hiding place and arranges for passage out of Braavos, but is stabbed by the Waif and barely escapes.
Lady Crane nurses her back to health, but the Waif reappears, kills Lady Crane and pursues a recovering Arya. Arya leads the Waif to her quarters underneath Braavos and extinguishes the only candle in the room, her experience fighting blind ultimately giving her the advantage and allowing her to kill the Waif.
She removes the Waif's face and adds it to the Hall of Faces before telling an impressed Jaqen that she is Arya Stark, and returns to Westeros. Arya travels to the Twins, assuming the identity of a servant girl. After revealing her subterfuge and her true identity to Walder, she cuts his throat, avenging Robb and Catelyn.
Season 7[ edit ] Taking the face of Walder Frey, Arya gathers the men of House Frey for a feast before killing them all with poisoned wine. Arya then journeys south, intending to travel to King's Landing to assassinate Cersei now Queen of the Seven Kingdoms following the extinction of House Baratheon. However, Arya changes her mind after learning from Hot Pie that Jon has ousted House Bolton from Winterfell and has been crowned King in the North, and decides to return to her ancestral home.
Along the way she encounters a wolf pack led by her long-lost direwolf Nymeria. Nymeria recognizes Arya, but she has grown feral and ignores Arya when she asks her to come North with her. Arriving at Winterfell, Arya finds that Jon has traveled to Dragonstone but is reunited with Sansa and Bran, the latter of whom reveals his knowledge of Arya's kill list through greenseeing and presents her with a Valyrian steel dagger, which had been given to him by Littlefinger.
Arya is also reunited with Brienne, who continues to serve the Starks, and manages to equal the female warrior during sparring despite her smaller size. Littlefinger seeks to increase his influence on Sansa by driving a wedge between the Stark sisters.
To this end, he allows Arya to witness him receiving a confidential message obtained from Maester Luwin's records. Arya breaks into Littlefinger's quarters to steal the message, which is a plea sent by Sansa following Ned's imprisonment to Robb imploring him to bend the knee to Joffrey.
Arya, outraged, confronts Sansa, and is unconvinced by her explanation that she did so to try and save Ned's life.
Later, Arya catches Sansa looking at her collection of faces, and threatens Sansa before leaving.