Staffel führt Arya eine Todesliste. Doch da in Game of Thrones alles und jeder stirbt, ist die Auswahl für die jüngste Stark-Tochter mittlerweile. Nur wenige noble Familien in Westeros haben so viel Unrecht erfahren wie die Starks. Da loben wir uns Arya, die als Gesichtslose späte. Arya Stark ist eine der Hauptcharaktere ab der ersten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Sie wird von Ein Mädchen ist Arya Stark von Winterfell und ich gehe jetzt nach Hause. Arya Stark zu Jaqen H'ghar Aryas Todesliste. Nachdem Yoren.
Game of Thrones: Wer steht auf Aryas Todesliste?Arya Stark ist eine der Hauptcharaktere ab der ersten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Sie wird von Ein Mädchen ist Arya Stark von Winterfell und ich gehe jetzt nach Hause. Arya Stark zu Jaqen H'ghar Aryas Todesliste. Nachdem Yoren. Nur wenige noble Familien in Westeros haben so viel Unrecht erfahren wie die Starks. Da loben wir uns Arya, die als Gesichtslose späte. Arya Stark metzelt sich durch die Welt von Game of Thrones. Wer ist von ihrer Todesliste noch übrig und wer hat es schon hinter sich?
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Spieleabend Spiele Ausgabe Spieleabend Spiele hat. - Zu welchem Game of Thrones-Haus gehörst du? (Quiz)Sie verneint dies jedoch King Solitaire meint sie glaube nur an einen Gott, unzwar den Tod. Arya Stark ist eine der Hauptcharaktere ab der ersten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Sie wird von Maisie Williams dargestellt und ist das erste Mal in der ersten Folge der Serie zu sehen. Arya Stark ist die jüngste Tochter des Lords Eddard Stark und seiner Frau Catelyn Stark. Nach ihrer Flucht aus Königsmund und ihren Erlebnissen in den Flusslanden reist sie nach Braavos, um sich dort als. Arya Stark ein Game of Thrones Charakter, der eine extreme Entwicklung durchgemacht hat. Vom glücklichen Mädchen zur Assassine ist es aber ein weiter Weg. Who is left on Arya Stark's list? Arya Stark has a long ol' list of people she wants to kill. Picture: YouTube / HBO, Game of Thrones 1) Cersei Lannister - DEAD Cersei Lannister is the first person on Arya Stark's list - and possibly the hardest target. Picture: YouTube / HBO, Game of Thrones. Princess Arya Stark is the third child and second daughter of Lord Eddard Stark and his wife, Lady Catelyn Stark. She is the sister of the incumbent Westerosi monarchs, Sansa, Queen in the North, and Brandon, King of the Andals and the First Men. After narrowly escaping the persecution of House Stark by House Lannister, Arya is trained as a Faceless Man at the House of Black and White in. Die Stark-Tochter (Maisie Williams) konnte inzwischen einige Namen von dieser wegstreichen. Welche Namen noch darauf stehen und warum gerade diese Namen den Weg auf die Todesliste gefunden haben.
Arya fragt ihn bezüglich Melisandre aus und erfährt über Gendrys wahre Herkunft. Sie fragt Gendry über seine Erfahrungen mit Frauen aus, die dieser aber nur sehr widerwillig preisgibt.
Allerdings scheint Arya diese Erfahrung nicht zu erfreuen, sondern nachdenklich zu machen. Am Anfang schauen Arya und Sansa gemeinsam zu, wie die Schlacht beginnt.
Arya übergibt Sansa einen Dolch aus Drachenglas und will, dass sie in die Krypta geht, wo sie in Sicherheit ist.
Als die Wiedergänger die Burg erreichen, kämpft sie sich durch die Horde der Untoten und schaltet einen Teil der Armee aus. Bei der Flucht schlägt sie sich den Kopf an und verletzt sich.
In der Bibliothek von Winterfell trifft Arya auf einige Wiedergänger, die auf der Suche nach ihr sind. Sie kann sich allerdings lautlos durch den Raum bewegen und dadurch die Wiedergänger umgehen.
Als sie sich unter einem Tisch versteckt, tropft das Blut ihrer Kopfwunde auf den Boden, wodurch die Wiedergänger auf sie aufmerksam werden.
Durch eine Ablenkung schafft sie es die Tür zu erreichen, doch plötzlich werden beide Türen von einer Horde Wiedergänger gestürmt, woraufhin Arya wegrennen muss.
Sandor und Beric sind auf der Suche nach ihr, als sie plötzlich mit Wiedergängern auf ihr durch die Tür bricht. Beric wirft sein Flammenschwert und rettet Arya, allerdings wird Beric auch verwundet.
Gemeinsam fliehen sie durch die Burg, wobei Beric immer weiter und schwerer verletzt wird. Melisandre ist ebenfalls anwesend und meint, dass er aus einem Grund wiederbelebt wurde und er diesen Grund nun erfüllt habe.
Theon beschützte derweil ihren Bruder Bran im Götterhain der Burg, allerdings wird er letztendlich vom Nachtkönig getötet. Er reagiert allerdings rechtzeitig und ergreift sie am Hals.
Sie lässt ihren Dolch in die andere Hand fallen und sticht dem Nachtkönig in die Brust, woraufhin dieser in tausende Teile zerspringt und alle Wiedergänger und Wanderer sterben.
Arya ist bei der Bestattung der Toten anwesend. Jon hält eine Rede für die Toten, um ihnen die letzte Ehre zu erweisen.
Er will ihre Namen in Ehren halten und ihre Geschichte weiter erzählen, damit auch die, die nach ihnen kommen noch von ihnen hören.
Arya nimmt eine Fackel und läuft auf den Scheiterhaufen zu. Sie erblickt den toten Beric Dondarrion und schaut ihn an.
Danach zünden Jon, Daenerys, Sam, Grauer Wurm und Arya gemeinsam die Haufen an und schauen zu wie sie in Flammen aufgehen.
Gendry wird derweil von Daenerys legitimiert und zum Lord von Sturmkap ernannt. Er macht sich auf die Suche nach Arya.
Als er sie findet wird er beinahe von einem Pfeil getroffen. Er gesteht ihr seine Liebe und kniet vor ihr nieder.
Er will, dass sie seine Frau wird und er will gemeinsam mit ihr auf Sturmkap leben. Die beiden küssen sich, allerdings lehnt Arya ab und meint, dass sie nicht dafür gemacht wurde, um eine Lady zu sein.
Danach setzt sie ihr Training fort. Bei den Besprechungen, wie es im Krieg gegen Cersei weiter gehen soll, ist Arya ebenfalls anwesend.
Daenerys will sofort los ziehen und Königsmund angreifen. Sansa schlägt allerdings vor, dass sie sich erst einmal ausruhen sollen, da die Armeen erschöpft und teilweise verletzt sind.
Jon schlägt sich auf die Seite von Daenerys und sichert ihr die Unterstützung der Nordmänner zu, worüber Sansa und Arya sichtlich verärgert sind.
Arya und Sansa wollen Jon alleine sprechen. Im Götterhain stellen Arya und Sansa Jon zur Rede. Bran ist ebenfalls anwesend.
Als Jon meint er sei nicht ihr Bruder, meint Arya, dass er immer ihr Bruder war, nicht ihr Bastardbruder, sondern ein richtiger Bruder.
Jon hat Daenerys geschworen seine wahre Identität nicht weiter zu erzählen, also will er, dass Sansa und Arya schwören nichts zu erzählen.
Die beiden schwören und da Jon versprochen hat nichts zu erzählen, muss Bran dies für ihn übernehmen. So erfahren Arya und Sansa von Jons wahrer Identität.
Sandor Clegane macht sich auf den Weg, um Winterfell zu verlassen. Kurz davor wird er allerdings von Arya gefunden, die sich zu ihm gesellt.
Die beiden unterhalten sich und meinen, dass sie nicht planen wieder hier her zurückzukehren. Gemeinsam machen sie sich auf den Weg nach Königsmund.
Arya und Sandor erreichen Königsmund. Die Stadt befindet sich mitten in den Vorbereitungen auf die bevorstehende Schlacht.
Die Zivilisten strömen durch die Tore des Roten Bergfrieds und Arya und Sandor müssen sich durch die Menschenmenge kämpfen. Als sie den Roten Bergfried erreichen stoppt Sandor Arya.
Er will, dass sie nach Hause zurückkehrt und ihren Wunsch nach Rache aufgibt, da sie sonst so enden wird wie er. Bevor Sandor im Inneren der Burg verschwindet, spricht Arya ihn das erste Mal mit seinem richtigen Namen an.
Sie bedankt sich bei ihm und die beiden gehen getrennte Wege. Die Stadt versinkt im Chaos, da Daenerys trotz der Kapitulation weiter angreift. Arya muss sich durch die Menschenmengen kämpfen und trifft dabei auf viele Verletzte und Tote.
Irgendwann wird sie überrannt und liegt am Boden. Arya nimmt sie an die Hand und versucht zu fliehen, allerdings werden die beiden getrennt. Später schafft sie es sich in einem Gebäude zu verstecken, wo sie auf einige Frauen mit Kindern trifft, die sich ebenfalls dort verschanzt haben.
Darunter befindet sich auch Nora. Arya meint sie müssen weiter laufen und immer in Bewegung bleiben, da sie ansonsten sterben werden. Plötzlich kommt ein Dothraki angeritten und verletzt Nora.
Arya versucht ihr aufzuhelfen, allerdings will Nora nur, dass sie ihre Tochter rettet. Nachdem Arya wieder zu Bewusstsein kommt, sieht sie die Folgen der Zerstörung.
Sie ist mehrfach verletzt und mit Asche übersäht. Alles um sie herum steht in Flammen und ist zerstört. Traurig erblickt sie die Leichen von Nora und ihrer Tochter, die dem Drachenfeuer zum Opfer fielen.
Sie nähert sich ihm langsam und steigt auf. Gemeinsam reiten sie durch die Ruinen und fliehen. Arya beobachtet die Rede von Daenerys.
Danach begibt sie sich zu ihrem Cousin Jon, der sie gar nicht bemerkt hat. Sie erzählt ihm, dass sie gekommen ist um Cersei zu töten, Daenerys ihr aber zuvor gekommen ist.
Sie warnt Jon, dass Sansa nie das Knie beugen wird. In der Drachengrube wird Tyrion Lennister den hohen Lords und Ladys von Westeros vorgeführt.
Im Rat anwesend sind Sansa Stark, Bran Stark, Arya Stark, Asha Graufreud , Ser Brienne von Tarth, Ser Davos Seewert , Lord Gendry Baratheon, Lord Yohn Rois , Lord Robin Arryn , Lord Edmure Tully, Lord Une , Samwell Tarly und der neue Fürst von Dorne.
Gemeinsam sollen sie über das Schicksal von Jon Schnee und Tyrion Lennister entscheiden, da sie der Ermordung von Daenerys Targaryen beschuldigt werden.
Die Unbefleckten fordern eine Bestrafung für Jon, wobei Asha ihnen zustimmt und seinen Kopf fordert. Daraufhin droht Arya ihr und meint, dass wenn sie nochmal den Tod ihres Bruders fordern würde, sie ihr die Kehle durchschneiden würde.
Durch eine Diskussion kommt jedoch die Frage auf, wer der neue König der Sieben Königslande werden soll. Die Ratsmitglieder wählen Bran Stark zum neuen König der sechs Königslande.
König Bran, Arya und Sansa verabschieden sich von Jon. Sansa bittet dabei um Vergebung, da sie Jon nicht vor der Mauer retten konnte.
Er vergibt ihr jedoch und meint, dass der Norden dank ihr endlich frei sei. Jon sagt Arya, dass sie ihn auf der Schwarzen Festung besuchen kommen könne, allerdings kehrt Arya nicht in den Norden zurück.
Sie fängt an zu weinen und die beiden umarmen sich. Später betritt Arya ihr Schiff und macht sich gemeinsam mit ihrer Schiffsbesatzung auf die Reise in den Westen, um zu entdecken, was westlich von Westeros ist.
Nachdem Yoren Arya die Geschichte von Willem erzählte, dessen Namen er jeden Abend vor dem Schlafen gehen wiederholte, sagt Arya jeden Abend ihre Liste von den Menschen auf, die sie töten möchte.
Diese Personen befinden sich nicht länger auf ihrer Liste, da sie entweder tot sind oder für tot gehalten werden:. Arya hatte einige Zeit lang mehrere Namen auf ihrer Liste, diese entfernte sie jedoch aus unbekannten Gründen wieder.
Dabei handelte es sich um:. Arya ist wenig begeistert davon, nach Königsmund zu reisen. Auf dem Weg dahin kommt es zu einem Streit mit Prinz Joffrey, dessen wahren Charakter sie frühzeitig erkennt.
Als Ned gefangen genommen wird, kann Arya dank Syrios Hilfe fliehen. Ganz auf sich allein gestellt, irrt sie in der Hauptstadt umher und muss mit ansehen, wie ihr Vater öffentlich hingerichtet wird.
Arya wird von Yoren, einem Mitglied der Nachtwache, der sie erkannt hat, aus der Stadt heraus gebracht, der sie zu ihrem Schutz als Jungen ausgibt und ihr den Namen "Arry" gibt.
Zusammen mit Yoren der sie nach Winterfell bringen will und weiteren Rekruten für die Nachtwache, erreicht Arya die Flusslande. Dort jedoch begegnen sie Soldaten der Lennisters.
Yoren wird getötet, Arya kann mit einigen Rekruten fliehen, darunter Gendry, der, ohne es selbst zu wissen, der uneheliche Sohn König Roberts ist, sowie Jaqen H'ghar, der offenbar mehr ist, als er zunächst vorgibt.
Sie werden von Ser Gregor Clegane gefangen und in die gewaltige Festung Harrenhal gebracht. Die Festung wird aber von Stark-Soldaten im Handstreich genommen.
Neuer Herr über Harrenhal ist zunächst Lord Roose Bolton , Kommandeur von Robbs Südarmee. Arya gibt sich dennoch nicht zu erkennen und bleibt als Dienerin Nan in der Festung.
Zusammen mit Gendry und einem anderen Jungen läuft sie wieder davon. Zusammen durchstreift die Gruppe die Flusslande und begegnet Lord Dondarrion, den Aryas Vater damals ausgeschickt hatte, um Lennister-Plünderer zu bekämpfen.
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Durchbohre sie mit dem spitzen Ende. Mein Vater ist die Hand des Königs. Lasst ihr mich jetzt durch oder muss ich euch eine Knüppel aufs Ohr geben, damit ihr mich besser hört?
Syrio sagt, jede Wunde ist eine Lektion und jede Lektion macht dich besser. Einen so'n Fettwanz habe ich schon umgebracht.
Du hast bestimmt nie einen umgebracht. Ich wette du bist ein Lügner. Aber ich bin keiner. Ich bin gut im Fettsack töten.
Ich töte gern' Fettsäcke. Irgendwann ramm ich dir ein Schwert ins Auge und zum Hinterkopf wieder raus. Lässt man einen Wolf am Leben, sind die Schafe nie in Sicherheit.
Unbekannte Lady Stark. Catelyn Tully. Rhaegar Targaryen. Arya is nine years old when King Robert arrives at Winterfell.
She is a tomboy who wants to learn how to fight with a sword and ride horses, to the horror of her more demure older sister, Sansa, with whom she has a quarrelsome relationship.
She is encouraged by her half-brother Jon, to whom she is close. Sansa and Arya are so unalike that Sansa once asked their mother if her real sister was stolen by a grumpkin and Arya was left in her place.
Arya is the only one of the Starks' trueborn children who resembles their father in appearance. Jon also inherited the Stark look, like Arya and their father, which once caused Arya to wonder whether she was also a bastard, but Jon assured her that she is trueborn.
Arya has Eddard's long face, which results in her being called Arya Horseface by her sister and her sister's friends. She is also known as Arya Underfoot by the Winterfell staff, as she is always curious and always where she isn't supposed to be.
In the TV series, she is a good shot with a bow. In the novels, she does not know how to use a bow and isn't strong enough to even pull back the string, but wishes she could.
Yoren does not tell Arya the story about Willem and how he came to be part of the Night's Watch. Reciting the names of her enemies is something that she starts doing on her own.
Yoren does tell her that her father was not supposed to die that day. The reason Yoren was in the Sept of Baelor and not already on the road is because he was told by Varys , the same man that came bringing Gendry, that Lord Eddard was to be given mercy, allowed to take the black, and would be traveling back with him to the Wall.
When he says something must have gone wrong, Arya replies, "Joffrey. Someone should kill him. During Season 2 of the TV series, she serves as Tywin's cupbearer.
In the novels, she serves Roose Bolton, who captured Harrenhal from Amory Lorch after Tywin leaves with his army to defend the Westerlands.
Thus, none of the scenes between Tywin and Arya happened in the books. She still flees from Harrenhal with Gendry and Hot Pie, but she does so without using Jaqen H'ghar's help; though in the novels she does use Jaqen's help to open Harrenhal to Roose Bolton and the Northmen.
Arya's storyline at Harrenhal in Season 2 was heavily condensed from the books. After being captured by Ser Gregor Clegane's men, she is exposed to rape and murder on a regular basis.
She is also abused and forced to work at Harrenhal, cleaning, serving men-at-arms at meals, and running errands for an under-steward name Weese, who beats her.
When Jaqen H'ghar gives her the opportunity to kill three men, the first one she picks is a man-at-arms for Gregor Clegane named Chiswyck, because she overheard him telling a story, laughing about how he and Clegane's men had gang-raped an innkeeper's daughter.
The second name she chooses is Weese. The TV series changed this so that instead, Arya chooses the Tickler and Amory Lorch , who are not killed by Jaqen in the book.
Arya's third and final choice was similar but somewhat condensed from what happened in the books. In the TV series, she asks Jaqen to help her escape, so he kills the Lannister guards.
In the books, Arya asks Jaqen to help her free a large number of Northern prisoners-of-war who are being held at the castle.
Jaqen refuses at first, then Arya chooses him as the third man to die. Jaqen asks her to change her choice, and she agrees on the condition that he helps her free the prisoners.
He enlists the help of Rorge and Biter. They get large pots of boiling soup as the prisoners' dinner, but when they get to the dungeons, they throw the boiling-hot soup on the guards and slay them, free and arm the prisoners, and take Harrenhal from the Lannister forces.
This is remembered as the "weasel soup" incident, because at the time, Arya was using the alias "Weasel" naming herself after a little girl she took care of earlier in the book before being captured.
Soon afterward, Jaqen leaves, after giving Arya the coin. He explains that if she ever needs to find him again, she should give the coin to any man from Braavos and say "valar morghulis".
Roose Bolton becomes the master of Harrenhal as a result, and Arya becomes his cupbearer. Arya does not leave because she feels safe with the Northern soldiers, but at the same time she still keeps her true identity secret because she isn't sure if she can trust them yet.
She overhears Roose and his men discussing the fall of Winterfell and Bran and Rickon's deaths, and refuses to believe the news.
Arya continues serving Roose until she finds out that he is leaving Harrenhal in the hands of Vargo Hoat , a particularly cruel sellsword, and that she will remain there with him.
Unsure of what to do, she goes to the castle's godswood and prays to the old gods. The weirwood face responds to her with her father's voice, reminding her that she is Arya Stark and she must be strong.
She kills the guard at the gate to get out and they ride away on stolen horses. Arya technically gained the title of "princess" when her brother Robb was declared the new King in the North.
While her brothers Bran and Rickon use the title of "prince" among the Northerners at Winterfell, Arya's storyline takes her on the run through the Riverlands as it is torn apart in the war between the Starks and Lannisters, so that she is usually keeping her true name a secret, let alone her title.
Thus she normally isn't referred to as "princess", or at least not in her surroundings. Robb, Catelyn, and the Freys refer to her as a "princess" when brokering their marriage-alliance.
Ironically, she meets her Frey husband-to-be Elmar Frey while serving under Roose Bolton, and he spends time talking at length to Arya about his promised princess, unknowingly speaking to her personally.
He tries to boss Arya around, but she does not comply. After being informed that Robb breached the pact with the Freys, Elmar tells Arya whiningly that his father told him he had to marry someone else, or to become a septon.
Arya tries to empathize with him, telling him two of her brothers are dead. But when he responds derisively, she loses all sympathy for him.
By this point in the novels, Arya is presumed dead by most people in Westeros, including her mother and older brother.
When Catelyn asks Cleos Frey , who has been acting as an envoy ferrying peace terms between Robb and Tyrion Lannister, for news of her daughters, she is disturbed when Cleos only mentions seeing Sansa at court.
Catelyn wonders whether Arya, always more difficult to control than Sansa, is being deliberately kept out of sight by Cersei for fear of what she might do or say, or if something even worse has happened to her.
The belief that Arya is dead, along with the news of the apparent deaths of Bran and Rickon, is what prompts Catelyn to release Jaime in the hope that her last daughter can be returned to her.
Later, Robb bluntly states that his youngest sister is probably dead, since no one has seen her since their father's death, and as a result, he names his half-brother Jon Snow as his heir should he die without issue.
In the third novel, Arya leads Gendry and Hot Pie through the Riverlands in the hope of reaching Riverrun.
They use a map she stole from Roose to guide them. Roose sends men after them, but when Arya sleeps, she wargs into Nymeria who attacks the men sent to capture Arya along with the giant wolf pack she now leads.
While they're on their way, the Brotherhood Without Banners comes upon them and coerces them into coming with them to an inn that's used as one of the headquarters.
Once there, outlaws plan on taking their horses and giving the three children over to the care of the innkeeper, with the promise of paying for the horses they're taking once the war is done.
Arya attempts to negotiate with them, hoping to trade their horses for a boat they saw outside the inn. The arrival of more outlaws scares Arya into fighting to get away, only for her to realize one of the new outlaws is Harwin, a former member of the Stark Household guard.
He reveals who she is to the Brotherhood and they take her in search of Beric Dondarrion , who will decide whether to ransom her. Arya parts with Hot Pie, who remains at the inn, but Gendry continues on with her.
In the books, Arya describes Gendry as her "only true friend". The two form some bond after Arya entrusts Gendry with her true identity, though Arya was ready to kill him.
Although their relationship in the novels is platonic, there are several hints the point towards a romantic relationship.
Arya becomes jealous when Bella, a prostitute, offers to have sex with Gendry, who rejects this offer. Gendry also becomes jealous when Edric Dayne shows interest in Arya, which is heightened by their class difference.
There is also a love song that only appears once in the series, which is after Arya and Gendry playfully wrestle in the forge. The TV series didn't overtly play up a full-fledged "romance" between the two, though Gendry becomes one of Arya's few friends and, as in the novels, she is pained when he chooses to stay behind with the Brotherhood.
As they travel in search of Beric, Arya sees more of the results of war in the Riverlands and meets other branches of the Brotherhood.
During their stay in a town, another member of the Brotherhood captures the Hound and it is decided that he will be brought before Beric as well to receive judgement.
Once they reach the Hollow Hill where Beric is hiding, the Hound insists that he is innocent of all the crimes thrown at him. But Arya insists that he is guilty of the murder of Mycah.
Beric fights him in a trial by combat and loses to the Hound. Thus, the Brotherhood lets the Hound go, but takes his gold to buy food for the smallfolk.
Arya is furious that he is allowed to go free even though he is guilty. The Hound follows the Brotherhood after they leave the Hollow Hill on their journey to take Arya to Riverrun, and confronts them demanding his money back.
They refuse and continue on their journey. The group stops at High Heart where a woods witch known as the Ghost of High Heart looks at Arya closely in the show she is replaced with Melisandre.
She becomes frightened and whimpers: " I see you, wolf child. Blood child. I thought it was the lord who smelled of death I gorged on grief at Summerhall, I need none of yours.
Begone from here, dark heart. Arya wonders if the woman is mad. When they move away from High Heart, Thoros looks in his flames and sees that Catelyn isn't at Riverrun and there is something dangerous happening that they don't understand.
They plan to take Arya to Brynden Tully instead, at which point she angrily runs off, devastated that the Brotherhood prevented her from reaching Riverrun while he mother was still there.
At this point, the Hound, who had continued to follow the Brotherhood, captures her, planning to get her to the Twins so he can collect her ransom from Robb.
When they reach the Twins, the wedding is already over and the feast has commenced. Before they can get very far, the Freys and Boltons begin attacking the loyal Northerners.
Arya attempts to get into the castle anyway in the hopes of rescuing Catelyn, but the Hound knocks her out and carries her off.
When she wakes, Arya insists on going back for her mother, but the Hound refuses. When Arya wargs into Nymeria again while she sleeps, she finds Catelyn's body in the river and pulls her out.
This allows her to accept that her mother is dead and Arya goes into a depression. The Hound plans to take her to the Eyrie to sell her to Lysa Arryn , but he is warned against due to how dangerous it would be to travel through the Vale unprotected.
When Arya learns of Joffrey's death in the novels, she is not happy about it, not because she wasn't the one to kill him or watch as she wishes in the TV series, but because Joffrey's death doesn't matter as much since Robb was dead too.
The Hound is severely injured during the fight, his wounds fester and he falls from his horse. After this, Arya refuses to give him a merciful death, and leaves him to die on his own.
She does not take his silver but later wishes she had. All she can find is a ship headed to Braavos, which she boards using the coin Jaqen gave her.
In A Feast for Crows , once she arrives in Braavos, Arya is escorted to the House of Black and White, where she searches for Jaqen and a safe place to stay.
Instead of another man posing as Jaqen, she is greeted by a figure she can only identify as the "kindly man". The coin she presents gains her entry into initiation training with the Faceless Men.
The kindly man tells Arya the House of Black and White is not a home for orphans, and if she wants to remain - she must be obedient at all times and in all things.
They can find better jobs and places for her, like a service in the household of some merchant; they can find her a husband of her choice; or send her to train to become a courtesan; they can give her passage back to Westeros.
Arya insists on staying. At the kindly man's demand, Arya dissociates herself of her past and possessions. The only thing she keeps is Needle which she views as her connection to her family and home.
She hides the sword with the intention of reclaiming it one day. She performs various chores at the House, spending much time with the Waif and Umma the cook.
One day, the kindly man orders Arya to work for a fishmonger named Brusco, in order to master the Braavosi tongue. During her first tasks, Arya struggles to abandon her previous identity, trying to use new names such as Cat of the Canals.
While working for Brusco, she befriends a lot of people, learns to master the Braavosi language, and hears many secrets. Occasionally she returns to the House and tells the kindly man three new things she learned - gossip, rumors, interesting pieces of information, professional secrets, etc.
The work is hard, but Arya does not complain. Her wolf dreams continue despite the distance between her and Nymeria. Brusco's daughters even note that she growls in her sleep sometimes.
She is indifferent to hear that, as something that's associated with someone else. Around this time, Arya crosses paths with Samwell Tarly on his way to Oldtown and saves him from two bullies.
Sam tells Arya his name, but she does not reveal her true identity, thus they remain in the dark about their mutual connection to Jon Snow, and the opportunity for a reunion of Starks is lost.
By meeting Sam, Arya also recognizes a Night's Watch deserter Sam's companion who spends a good deal of time with her Braavosi friends.
At first, she plans to ask him to take her back to the Wall with him so she can reunite with Jon, but Dareon announces that he plans to make a life for himself in Braavos.
For this, she is given warm milk by the kindly man, and wakes up the next morning blind. The blindness is induced by the milk she drinks every night.
The kindly man tells her that they would have taken her eyes from her anyway, to help her to learn to use her other senses, but not for half a year.
She begs at the streets, calling herself "Blind Beth", collecting money and pieces of information among them about the two Lyseni pirate ships, Goodheart and Elephant , which were indirectly involved in the massacre at Hardhome and continues performing chores at the House.
Occasionally she hears people talk about " The Black Bastard of the Wall ". That makes her sad, thinking that even Jon would never know Blind Beth.
Sometimes she hurts herself, but does not complain. She misses the company of Brusco and her friends, though. The Waif tells her she must stay blind "Until darkness is as sweet to you as light, or until you ask us for your eyes" in that case she will be sent away.
Arya does not give up, and gradually learns to rely on her other senses. These senses include not only the conventional sense, but also her skinchanging abilities.
Arya begins to skinchange into a cat who follows her around Braavos. Occasionally, someone it turns to be the kindly man beats her with a stick.
She uses knowledge gained through the cat's eyes to impress the kindly man, telling him that she knows it has been him who is hitting her but without mentioning the cat.
Apparently, this completes her blind training, because then she is given her eyesight back. After Arya regains her eyesight, The Kindly Man gives Arya her first assignment - to kill the old insurance seller.
Arya is uncertain whether to fulfill her mission, since her intended victim has never wronged her, her friends or her family, and she does not even know whether he did anything that he deserves death for.
She comes up with very ridiculous reasons to kill him he outlived her father, his hands are shaking, etc. She takes on the new identity of Mercy and learns acting with the troupe.
While she is there, she notices Rafford and kills him, without being ordered to, thus avenging Lommy's death.
Arya is often asked by the Kindly man, the waif and other characters "who are you? They nearly always respond with "you lie", implying she has not yet let go of her past identity, thus unfit to join the Faceless Men.
Despite this, she retains her true identity as Arya Stark. This is brought up several times with her inner monologue where she says she was never any of those identities for true and by the Faceless Men who say she wears the other identities as one would wear a dress, but beneath those she is still Arya.
This political move brings some Northerners to their side in support of "Arya", while other Northerners joined Stannis Baratheon's forces in order to rescue her from them.
The belief that his sister is being forced to marry Ramsay also torments Jon. Repeatedly, he reminds himself that as a member of the Night's Watch, he must put aside past ties to his family but finds he is unable to truly do so.
When Melisandre offers him the chance to save his sister, Jon accepts and Melisandre sends Mance Rayder with a group of spearwives to save Arya.
When Melisandre tells him that she has seen a vision of Arya traveling to the Wall on a dying horse to escape this marriage, Jon tries to prepare for how he will take care of Arya now - as much as he wants to keep her with him, it is not safe for her and debates finding a noble family to foster her across the sea, where she will be safest.
However, the girl escaping her marriage turns out to be their distant relation Alys Karstark , whom Jon helps. The plan with Mance and the spearwives leads to Jeyne Poole's escape with Theon.
In response, Ramsay or someone who pretends to be him sends a letter threatening Jon, demanding "Arya"'s return, and claiming that Stannis is dead.
This eventually leads to a mutiny against Jon when he decides to leave Castle Black to rescue who he believes is Arya from the Boltons and confront Ramsay.
The real Arya has no idea of these events. Arya's death list in the books is partially different than in the show, both the names, the manner by which some of they die, and their killers:.
Arya begins reciting the names of the first twelve people on her list while being taken to Harrenhal. Soon after she starts working there under Weese's supervision, she adds him, and this is the end of her list because he is beating her.
Sometimes she says the phrase "Valar Morghulis", which she learned from Jaqen, along with her list. So far, four of the people are still alive, two the Cleganes are in uncertain status, and seven are confirmed dead.
In the books, Melisandre never retrieved Gendry from the Brotherhood Without Banners, so the Red Woman, Beric, and Thoros aren't on the list.
She also does not add "Walder Frey" to her list: rather, she states that she would have added "the Freys" to her list - any and all of them who took part in the Red Wedding - but she wasn't sure which ones specifically took part in it and which ones didn't.
The World of Ice and Fire source book released in revealed that Arya was named after Eddard's maternal grandmother, Arya Flint, from the northern mountain clans.
The main novels did mention that Eddard's grandmother was from the mountain clans but didn't state her name. They are a hardy folk, both due to their rough lands, and because they are located near the coast, vulnerable to attack by sea from both the ironborn and the wildlings.
Like House Mormont , also located just off the northwest coast and vulnerable to these attacks, many women in the clans often have to take up arms to fight off raiders.
These clans join Stannis in his military campaign against the ironborn and the Boltons. Arya is the only book character which has POV chapters in all five published novels and in the sixth upcoming novel too.
According to the TV series official pronunciation guide developed for the cast and crew, "Arya" is pronounced "ARE - yuh".
George R. Martin himself has pointed out that a surprisingly large number of people pronounce it incorrectly: it consists of two syllables, not three like how the "aria" of an opera is pronounced.
Martin explained: "I say it 'Are-ya', two syllables not three. Not 'are-ee-uh', not like an operatic thing, but 'Are-ya', very sharp.
I wanted something that was like a knife, that was a sharp and hard sound, to be a contrast to the flowery 'Sansa'. Games Movies TV Video Wikis.
Explore Wikis Community Central Start a Wiki. This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. 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. A blind Arya is forced to beg on the streets of Braavos. Her fellow acolyte, the Waif, arrives daily to attack her.
Eventually, Jaqen brings Arya back to the House of Black and White and restores her vision. She is tasked to assassinate an actress named Lady Crane but seeing Lady Crane is a decent person, Arya has a change of heart at the last minute and warns 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.
She arranges for passage out of Braavos but is stabbed by the Waif and barely escapes. Lady Crane nurses Arya 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 candle in the room, using her experience fighting blind to give her the upper hand and kill the Waif.
Arya 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. She kills Lord Walder Frey's sons, Black Walder Rivers and Lothar Frey, before cooking them in a pie that she serves to Walder Frey.
After revealing her subterfuge and her true identity to Walder, she cuts his throat, avenging her brother Robb, her mother Catelyn and the northern army murdered at the Red wedding.
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 turns away when Arya asks her to return North with her.
Arriving at Winterfell, Arya finds that Jon has traveled to Dragonstone but is reunited with Sansa and Bran. Bran 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.
Outraged, Arya 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.
Some time later, Sansa summons Arya to the great hall and begins an accusation of treason and murder. However, the accusation is directed towards Littlefinger, whose crimes have been discovered by Bran's greenseeing.
Despite Littlefinger's pleas for mercy, Sansa sentences Littlefinger to death and Arya cuts his throat with the Valyrian steel dagger thus avenging her family and getting justice.
The Stark sisters later resolve their differences, and acknowledge that the Starks must stay together to survive winter.
Arya reunites with Jon, Gendry, and the Hound, who have all journeyed to Winterfell with Daenerys Targaryen 's forces to make a stand against the approaching White Walkers.
Arya asks Gendry, who is forging dragonglass into weapons, to make her a special dragonglass staff. When Gendry gives it to Arya, he tells her he is the bastard son of Robert Baratheon.
Aware of their chances of dying in the upcoming battle and Arya wanting to experience sex, Arya and Gendry sleep together. Later that night, Arya hears the signal alerting her that the White Walkers' army has arrived.
Arya fights in the battle against the dead with the Hound and Beric Dondarrion. Beric sacrifices himself to allow Arya and the Hound to escape the wights.
A battered Arya sprints through the corridors of Winterfell and encounters Melisandre, who suggests to Arya that she is meant to kill the Night King.
In the Godswood, just as the Night King is about to kill Bran, Arya sneaks up and stabs the Night King with the Valyrian steel dagger Bran gave her.
Upon killing the Night King, the White Walkers and wights are all destroyed. In the aftermath of the battle, Gendry is legitimised as a Baratheon by Daenerys and proposes to Arya.
Arya declines, as she does not want the life of a lady. Sansa and Arya tell Jon they don't trust Daenerys, but Jon defends her.
Arya learns that Jon is the son of her aunt, Lyanna Stark, and Rhaegar Targaryen after Jon swears her and Sansa to secrecy about his true parentage.
Arya journeys south to King's Landing with the Hound to kill Cersei. During the voyage to Braavos on the Titan's Daughter Arya uses the name "Salty".
Captain Ternesio Terys and many of the sailors ask Arya to learn and remember their names, and many seem afraid of her. The captain has his older son Yorko row Arya to shore so as to get her off the ship before customs came aboard.
In Braavos, Arya finds her way to the House of Black and White , where a kindly old man initiates her into the guild of the Faceless Men.
She does this, except for Needle , which she hides in a safe location. Arya's training requires her to go out into the city under the identity of "Cat of the Canals", a street urchin, to learn secrets and report them to the kindly man.
She also begins learning the art of lying from the waif. After these incidents, she accepts milk meant for "Arya". When she wakes the next morning, she is blind.
Brienne of Tarth visits the Quiet Isle during her search for Sansa Stark. She learns from the Elder Brother that Sansa's sister Arya had been in the company of Sandor Clegane , but she may have been killed in the raid on Saltpans.
Arya remains blind and in the service of the House of Black and White in Braavos. The blindness is induced by the milk she drinks every night. She continues to dream through the eyes of her direwolf , Nymeria , but speaks of it to no one.
She still struggles with leaving her identity as Arya Stark behind. While she is blind, Arya wears the guise of "Beth", a beggar girl.
She wanders the streets of Braavos, begging for money and listening for bits and pieces of information. She becomes better at lying and detecting the lies of others.
Arya receives her sight again after she is able to identify the kindly man and hit him with a stick when he sneaks up on her. It is implied, however, that she does not simply sense his presence as he assumes but sees him through the eyes of a cat hiding in the rafters.
After regaining her sight,  Arya is given her first assassination assignment. She is asked to give "the gift" to an old man who sells a type of insurance for ships.
The kindly man takes her to the secret lower chambers of the House of Black and White, where thousands of faces are hung on the walls.
Arya is given the face of an ugly, broken girl who had been beaten by her father and came to the House of Black and White to seek the gift. Arya watches her target carefully for days.
She notices that the old man has guards with him wherever he goes, and always tests the coin he is given with his teeth.
While watching him, she attempts to find ways to justify his fate, but the kindly man tells her it is not for her to judge the old man.
In the end, Arya feigns stealing a bag of coins from a captain on his way to meet with the old man.
She splits the bag in the attempt, and switches one of the captain's coins with one of her own, coated in poison.
After the switch, she escapes. Later, the old man's heart mysteriously gives out. The kindly man then gives Arya an acolyte's robe and assigns her to begin her first apprenticeship with Izembaro.
Following the siege of Moat Cailin , Theon Greyjoy learns that House Bolton are claiming Jeyne Poole to be Arya. Theon convinces Jeyne that for her own safety she should continue impersonating Arya.
Stannis orders Ser Justin Massey to bring the girl to Castle Black. Under the identity of "Mercedene" or "Mercy", Arya is now a mummer at a playhouse called the Gate , owned by Izembaro.
She is still experiencing wolf dreams, the latest with a tree watching her. When Ser Harys Swyft arrives in Braavos on a mission to negotiate with the Iron Bank of Braavos on behalf of King Tommen I Baratheon , the mummers of the Gate perform the play The Bloody Hand in which Arya plays a maiden , presumably Shae or Sansa, who is raped by Tyrion Lannister , played by a dwarf named Bobono.
However, as the play is about to begin, Arya notices that one of Harys's guards is Rafford , also called Raff the Sweetling, one of the Mountain's men.
She seduces him and takes him to her room. She tires him out by running there, and thus she is able to stab him in his thigh, cutting his femoral artery and rendering him unable to walk.
Raff pleads to have him carried to a healer, but Arya replies: "Think so? Arya throws his corpse in a canal and heads back to the Gate before she is due to come on stage.
In A Game of Thrones , Arya spends most of her time at court learning the water dance , a braavosi fighting style, under the tutelage of the bravo and former First Sword , Syrio Forel.
Arya often remembers Syrio's teachings to give herself courage, even after his death. Those teachings take the form of short comparisons:.
During her journey, Arya is subjected to many hard situations in the war-torn riverlands. Her fiery personality prompts her to take the initiative and fight back, and so she is led to kill and ultimately wishes to murder specific characters herself.
This course of action is supposed to end as of A Feast for Crows with her being an assassin trainee in Braavos , as the leader stresses becoming indifferent to death and killing.
She continues, however, to repeat to herself the names of the people she wishes dead. Grund : Siehe Beric oben. Staffel wurde er bei Jons Selbstmordmission im Norden getötet.
Grund : Der schmierige Lord Baelish stand zunächst nicht offiziell auf Aryas Todesliste. Nachdem Littlefinger Sansa und Arya in Staffel 7 gegeneinander ausspielte, schnitt Arya seine Gurgel mit Littlefingers eigener Klinge durch.
Die Leiter hat sich für Baelish als Fallgrube erwiesen. The Tickler und Amory Loach waren zwei Wärter, die während Aryas Gefangenschaft in Harrenhal als Folterknechte fungierten.
Es sind die ersten beiden Leute, die Jaqen in Aryas Auftrag umbringt. Status: tot. Ilyn Payne war der Henker, der Ned Stark getötet hat.
Nachdem der Schauspieler an einem Krebsleiden verstorben ist, wurde seine Rolle aus der Serie geschrieben. Raff the Sweetling, Chiswyck und Dunsen gehörten zu der Folter-Crew um Gregor Clegane.
Was aus ihnen geworden ist, wissen wir nicht.