Arya & Lady Stoneheart's Revenge Plots On 'Game Of Thrones' Are Eerily Similar

Yolanda Curtis
July 19, 2017

It's unlikely that the words "Lady Stoneheart" will ever be spoken on the show - though never say never, because HBO just posted a clip from the premiere titled "Arya and Ed Sheeran", so anything's possible, really.

Sansa has had perhaps the most dramatic hairstyle transformations of any character on Game of Thrones, save for Jon's infamous transition from mop to man-bun. There are spoilers for A Feast For Crows ahead.

Game of Thrones Season 7 began in explosive fashion on Sunday night, with Arya Stark disguising herself as the now dead Walder Frey in a sinister attempt to kill the rest of his troops by poisoning their wine. During the first episode, Cersei Lannister appeared into her and Jon's discussions quite a few times. Not to mention Meera Reed and Brienne (who isn't technically of the North, but serves the Starks) who would gladly remind Cersei of the one lesson she tried to teach Joffrey back in the day: "the North cannot be held and when the winter comes the seven Gods together couldn't save you or your royal army". But Arya's storyline is basically Lady Stoneheart's storyline. In the books, Stoneheart attacks Brienne and Podrick. It's unknown whether or not they survive - the scene ends with Brienne shouting out the word "sword" in an attempt to stop the hanging.

While I think this would be a cool way to finally bring Lady Stoneheart to the HBO series in an organic way, I'm also not thrilled about what it would mean for Arya's humanity. For her part, Arya Stark is wearing her hair similar to now Ned wore it in Season 7.

At least Lady Stoneheart had being a lowkey zombie with extreme vocal fry on her side. I'd just like for her to stay that way, physically and metaphorically.

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