She may not know the true meaning of the gift of death, but Arya Stark went for the jugular (an understatement) during the season five finale of Game of Thrones. The youngest Stark crossed another villain off her list: Ser Meryn Trant, who she blames for killing Syrio Forel, the man hired by Ned Stark to train her with a sword.
It’s not the first time viewers have seen her kill, but it was certainly the most shocking. She’s been seeking justice since the unfair beheading of her father in season one, and though it’s unclear where her story will go from here, her list has made considerable progress.
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