Daenerys' eyes could play a significant role in Arya Stark fulfilling her prophecy on 'Game of Thrones'
Episode 4, 'The Last of the Starks' gave us some passionate moments, heartbreak and gut-wrenching deaths but along with it the camera gave us ample hints at what could be brewing in King's Landing and the 'Game of Thrones'.
'Game of Thrones' aired its most intense episode yet. Episode 4, 'The Last of the Starks' gave us some passionate moments, heartbreak and gut-wrenching deaths but along with it, it also hinted at something big - something that could change the course of this throne business forever. And as you can imagine, the youngest wolf is in the middle of it all. Arya Stark was the one that stuck a knife into the Night King's heart, but will she also make another kill in the next episode? If you believe these hints, she may.
According to the Red Witch's prophecy, Arya will the person behind three important deaths on the show. "I see a darkness in you," she had told the young Stark back in season 3, "And in that darkness, eyes staring back at me: brown eyes, blue eyes, green eyes. Eyes you’ll shut forever." The first pair of eyes, the brown ones, Arya shut in the form of Walder Frey, whom she killed in the season six episode 'The Winds of Winter'. She cooked up his sons in a pie, fed it to him and reminded him that the North always remembers.
Then, the two met again this season and Melissandre gave Arya a much-needed pep talk where she reminded her of the prophecy. Then, of course, the prophecy was solidified even further when Arya killed the blue-eyed Night King, destroying his army of the dead and saving the forces of the living. The green eyes remained to be shut and the most obvious choice so far was Cersei. But then, this episode revealed something shocking.
Right when Dany, the gang and Cersei have that very unpleasant showdown in King's landing, the camera focuses for a long time on Dany's angelic face, fuming with anger. Nostrils flared, red-faced, she stares at Cersei with her eyes wide open but all you need to see is one thing - bright green eyes staring back at you.
Arya isn't particularly fond of Daenerys, especially since she's totally provoking her sister Sansa and their family. She even warns Jon that they are a family and that this woman was bad news but he doesn't listen. Arya is known to take matters into her own hands so what's stopping her from getting to King's Landing and offing both Cersei and Dany? That's right, nothing. As of episode 4, she's set on her horse to King's Landing with the Hound and from what she told him, she doesn't expect to come back alive. While this could be Arya's trip to complete her list, it could also be her going off to watch out for her family.
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