Will Jaqen H ghar kill the waif

We should have known Jaqen Arya was helping on 'GoT'

To be honest,Game of throneThe entire Faceless Man story arc seemed a little underdeveloped. Arya ended up becoming 'nobody' after actually deciding she was someone? And why does the versatile God make people nameless just to murder people for money? And why is Jaqen H'ghar so strangely beautiful? Being so conspicuous can't be good for an assassin. Hopefully we'll get more answers, but now that Arya returns to Westeros, nothing is certain. Except Jaqen H'ghar was helping Arya all along and we should have known it was happening. The signs were all there, folks.

To recap, Arya met Jaqen H'ghar when they were both being transported to Castle Black, despite being in a cage with two other criminals. When they were captured, Arya H'ghar saved the life and they were hung in Tywin Lannister's new crib, Harrenhal. H'ghar made it clear that he would help Arya and he did so, killing a few people for her, helping her escape and giving her a coin that would help her get to Braavos if she so wished. She did just that and began training to be a Faceless Man, aka the Super Assassin, in season 5.




So we should have known all along that Jaqen was our boy. Or rather, Arya.



1. He's been your mentor from day one

From the moment the two met while he was pretending to be a criminal and Arya was pretending to be a boy, they had a connection. It was obvious that he was done with her bravery.

2. The waif was naughty

The waif was clearly not doing what a faceless man should. She let her own resentment against Arya prevent her from training her. Then when she stabs Arya it makes her incredibly painful, which Jaqen H'ghar specifically told herNotdo. We should have known that this was a test and that the waif was failing.



3. He always seemed to have a plan for Arya

It is terribly convenient that Mr. H'ghar, a Braavosi man who normally lives in the house of blacks and whites, meets Arya Stark. It almost seems like he found her to help. Maybe to help her find her identity? Arya was a lost lamb for a while, to do with her dead family and everything, and perhaps in this case the faceless man was trying to remind Arya of her face.

4. There was no way he knew she was holding the needle

Somehow he knows and sees everything. He knew when she joined that she was throwing away her money. He knew when she was killing Meryn Trant instead of the man she was supposed to kill. Is it obvious, then, that he knew she kept her sword? If he wasn't on her side, wouldn't he have done it differently?

5. It could hypothetically be Syrio Forel

There's an age-old theory brought up by our friends on Reddit that Jaqen is actually Arya's one-time Braavosi water dance teacher, Syrio forel. And that could totally happen due to the magic that we never saw Forel die on screen.andhow H'ghar gave Arya a second chance after killing Trant, Syrio's alleged murderer. If that is the case, it is definitely clear that Forel / H'ghar will help Arya no matter what the cost.



6. The actor who plays Jaqen H'ghar implied so much

In an interview withYahoo TV,Tom Wlaschiha, the actor behind Jaqen, admitted that he thinks this is all part of a bigger plan - that he decided to meet Arya (thrown into the black cells at King's Landing). But how exactly will their story continue? No idea.' Maybe he doesn't have a clear idea of ​​what's going on, but as the man playing the character, he needs to have some kind of insight, right? Correct.

7. Arya will be fine ... for now

We were all pretty sure Arya would be fine even though she was stabbed for not having diedright now.But apparently she could only survive if she either kills Jaqen H'ghar or he forgives her. It's pretty much impossible to kill, so obviously forgiveness was the only way it would go. Maybe Arya dies later in the series, but for now she is clear.

8. We still don't know why Jaqen was in the dungeons at King's Landing

There is still too much Arya doesn't know about the faceless man, such as why she met him in the first place. We have to find out, at some point, why it all failed, and the only way that would happen is if Jaqen H'ghar were to help Arya's survival.

9. He made them blind

H'ghar 'punished' Arya after killing Trant by blinding her, but it actually ended up with her actually improving her fighting skills. Would he get her through it all just to kill her if she failed? Doubtful. He made her so that she could become a killer machine.

10. Many of the people on Arya's kill list have one thing in common

Cersei Lannister, the mountain, Walder Frey. They have one thing in common and that is their desire to share the homes of Westeros rather than unite everyone against the White Walkers. These people must be killed so that everyone else can unite. Meanwhile, Jaqen H'ghar mentions the Red God frequently in Season 2. You know, the one who supposedly tries to defeat the dark (White Walkers). Based on this, Arya and the Faceless Man seem to have similar goals. Why should he let her die?

11. If he really wanted Arya dead, he would have done it himself

Throughout the series, H'ghar has shown confidence in Arya. He knows how shabby she is. He knows how much the Waif hates her. It's pretty obvious that the Waif's hatred of Arya would tarnish their judgment for the kill. It's also pretty obvious that Arya can take them. If he wanted Arya to be gone, he would just have made her drink a Faceless Man cocktail.

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You did us good, Mr. H'ghar. I really thought Arya was going to be a dead girl soon, but no. Obviously, like Arya, we are sometimes blinded by our fears and preconceptions. I think we all need a little Jaqen H'ghar in our lives to help us figure things out at times.

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