Our attention goes to the hashtag #lastwomanstanding, come on seriously Maisee?!
Maisie Williams who plays Arya Stark in Game of Thrones just finished shooting her spell of the series finale and she might be trying to tell something to her fans.
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Maisie Williams is saying goodbye to "Game of Thrones" in a Westeros-inspired way that's as bloody as any of the HBO hit's violent plot lines. Goodbye Arya. Goodbye Game of Thrones.
With the series slated to return in 2019, fans - some 40,000 of whom commented on Williams' post - will have plenty to chew over. Does it mean Arya could be the last character to survive? So let's follow this to its farthest possible conclusion: It wouldn't be surprising if the youngest Stark were the show's real survivor-after all, she can swap out other people's faces for her own, and her sword is small but mighty.
However, in signature Game of Thrones style, it seems like there's more to just Arya being the "last woman standing".
We are used to seeing Emilia Clarke as Khaleesi and Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark - but what do these stars look like when they're not in Game Of Thrones? And, by the Game of Thrones philosophy ("you win or you die"), that makes Maisie (not even Arya) the real victor.