Maisie Williams has made a bloodstained farewell to Belfast after finishing her stint on Game of Thrones. "What a joy I've had". Who knows? Until then, feel free to decipher her post for Easter eggs (or should I say dragon eggs?) and cultivate your own theories about the forthcoming season. Now, could that mean that Arya will be the one to take over the Iron Throne?
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Two of Williams' hashtags, #lastwomanstanding and #barely, seem to hint that the character will last until the end of the series, potentially even surviving, though they're vague enough to avoid spoiling the show. She wrote, "Queen", followed by a crown emoji. Others latched onto the #LastWomanStanding hashtag to hold out hope that Arya will triumph and kill her arch-nemesis, Cersei Lannister.
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'I can't imagine wrapping up something that not only has been a part of your life for so many years but the family and the empire you all have built. Couple it with the bloody shoes and you've got the flawless recipe to keep rabid fans busy for however long it takes "Game of Thrones" to come back to our television sets and finally finish its epic story.
Emilia Clarke, who plays Darnerys Targaryen, has also said that she's wrapped from the show, as well as Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark.