Most Game of Thrones lovers were left wondering Arya Stark went after the show finale, and today the Season 8 commentary for the episode seems to have revealed the answer.
ComicBook.com reports that in the finished episode showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss explained that the Arya went sailing off, leaving Westeros to become being a brand new life as an explorer.
The site goes on to note that”at the last episode Arya says she will visit the land beyond where the maps end and find what’s out there since she turns her eyes westward on the Sunset Sea.”
Now, Benioff and Weiss didn’t give a particular place where Arya could eventually become, but dependent on the mythology in the fantasy book series from George R.R. Martin, the outlet narrowed down the possibilities.
Together with Elissa Farman’s story — friend of Princess Rhaena Targaryen, and daughter of a minor lord — by your book Fire and Blood, ComicBook decided that Arya could possibly be on a similar route as Elissa.
The personality left Westeros and sailed off on the Sunset Sea toward An destination. Over the course of her journey, Elissa and her team struggle a kraken, discover multiple islands, and after her fellow investigates give up and abandon the travel,”Elissa continues on.”
Elissa never returns Home reported about her island customs. In the book, it is suggested that the boat of Elissa was seen in Essos, which implies she managed to sail around the globe, near the port of Asshai.
So Although It Is Very Likely the Arya is having lots of the same adventures In live-action, fans will not be visiting them as Elissa anytime soon, as Back in May it was reported that a series revolving around the young Stark will not be occurring.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, HBO programming president Casey Bloys confirmed that none of Those proposed Game of Thrones spinoffs Are featuring Arya,
“Nope, nope, nope. No,” he explained. “Part of this is, I really do want this show — this Game of Thrones, David’s and dan series. I don’t want to take characters from this world that they did beautifully and put them off into a different world with somebody else creating it.”
“I wish to let it function as artistic piece they’ve got. That is one of The reasons why I’m not trying to perform the exact same show above,” he added.
“George has a massive, enormous globe; there are so many methods in. That’s Why we’re trying not to try — and to do things that feel different and Redo the show. That one of the reasons why now, a Sequel or picking up any of the other characters does not make sense for us.”
Game of Thrones year eight will be available to purchase on Blu-ray on December 3.