Game of Thrones Is Over but Is Arya’s List Finished?

From day 1 of the Game of Throne's release, many viewers found themselves drawn to the spirited Arya Stark.

With her feisty personality, it’s only expected that Arya’s list is her most (in)famous legacy from the show.

Her strong desire for justice (or vengeance, if you’re more lawfully aligned) gave Arya the motive to start her kill list.

Why Does Arya Stark Have a Hit List?

Joffrey Baratheon

Who Was on Arya’s List and How Did They Die?

The sadistic king ordered the execution of her father, Ned Stark, and nearly had Nymeria killed as well.

Meryn Trant killed Syrio Forrel, Arya’s “dancing” teacher who was teaching the young Stark the art of water dancing, a fencing-like combat style from Braavos.

Ser Meryn Trant

Sandor got on Arya’s list for murdering the Stark girl’s friend, Micah, under Joffrey’s orders.

Sandor Clegane (a.k.a. the Hound)

Arya never got a chance to kill Tywin but there’s some poetic justice in knowing that it’s the people who think like him the most who wanted him dead.

Tywin Lannister

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