Here are all the clues you missed that foreshadowed Arya Stark's 'Game of Thrones' fate
I think you'll all join me when I say: "All hail Arya Stark! First of Her Name, Changer of Faces, Slayer of White Walkers, Killer of the Night King, Hero of Mankind, Savior of the Seven Kingdoms, Our Queen, and in Sophie Turner's words, "That B*tch!"
I mean... could we bow down and worship her any more?!
But once we've all calmed down from the most stressful 82 minutes of our lives, there are other things to consider - namely, the fact that we're ridiculously stupid and should have seen this coming all along. You see, throughout the seven previous seasons, since Arya was a little girl who was just beginning to learn to fight in season one, there have been clues that she had been chosen to defeat the Night King - you just had to pay attention...
This was Sophie Turner's incredibly relatable reaction to Arya's triumph:
Jon gave her the lesson she needed to kill the main villain back in season one
Melisandre literally told us exactly what would happen in season three
We always knew she was a sneaky gal
Plus she had been training for this moment since she was a child
Not to mention, we were literally told she was the 'no one' who could kill the terrifying leader of the White Walkers
Everyone fought to protect her until the very end - because she had a very important purpose
And Bran gave her that dagger knowing what was going to happen
Not forgetting that she's used that very move before
This is the moment that Arya's training paid off:
The Hound told us it would be her! - we just weren't listening!
So, will Cersei be Arya's next (green-eyed) victim?
With Arya Stark's record, we wouldn't even be a little surprised
If you haven't seen it yet, this is preview trailer for episode four:
You did good, Arya Stark! Now go take the Iron Throne, you hero!