A girl has no idea what's about to happen on Game Of Thrones.
The HBO fantasy hit has plenty of intense storylines over the years, but Arya Stark's transformation from tomboy to lethal assassin has kept us on our toes since the start.
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Ever since pledging her allegiance to The Faceless Men, Arya (Maisie Williams) has been beaten down — verbally and physically — by The Waif (Faye Marsay), the young girl who perpetually torments Arya at the House of Black and White.
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And since the teachings of The Faceless Men make it clear the youngest Stark daughter's biggest enemy yet is herself, one redditor theorized that Arya and The Waif are actually the SAME PERSON!
That's right! We're talking about a full on schitzo, Fight Club-esque TWIST!
According to the theory, Arya's personality split after arriving at the den of the Faceless Men — with The Waif representing her killer instinct, bent on destroying what's left of "Arya Stark" so she could truly become No One.
Based on what we know, it appears only J'aqen H'ghar (Tom Wlaschiha) and Arya can see The Waif — remember when she was beating the sh*t out of a blind Arya in the streets of Braavos and no one seemed to care?
Also, Waify always seems to know where exactly Arya is, what she's doing, and what she's thinking — and always cuts her down emotionally during their training, telling her she'll never be one of the Faceless Men.
Last but not least, when The Waif told J'aqen that Arya failed to assassinate Lady Crane, some fans thought he looked pleased after permitting The Waif to kill Arya.
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This could mean when our girl was stabbed in the end of Sunday's episode, it could have been Arya attempting to kill the last remaining part of herself. MIND BLOWN!
We'd certainly love to see this type of cerebral twist on GoT — but do YOU think this theory is too farfetched even for the mind of George R.R. Martin?
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