Game of Thrones watchers have only one episode left of the HBO epic, and the same number of the show’s stories might be done in the coming episode, one character’s destiny was never really uncovered.
Game of Thrones season eight has worked superbly at wrapping up some of the progressing storylines all through the 10 years of the show.
In any case, while Arya Stark (played by Maisie Williams) has been on maybe the largest journey, from the plucky mischief-maker from Winterfell, to the dangerous face-changing assassin.
Anyway the vast majority of her ability with a sword was instructed by one unimaginable character from season one: Syrio Forel (Miltos Yerolemou).
Fans of the show will remember Syrio was most recently seen amid the attack of King’s Landing back in season one when Ned Stark (Sean Bean) was captured for his transgressions against Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey).
Anyway Syrio called himself the best swordsman in Westeros, and demonstrated Arya the way for the “water dancer,” which apparently gave him the edge over other combatants.
Tragically for the mind blowing character he was slaughtered off-screen when he was assaulted by Ser Meryn Trant (Ian Beattie).
In spite of the fact that fans didn’t see the real passing of Syrio, he was just equipped with a wooden sword, giving him horrendous odds of winning any battle.
Be that as it may, enthusiasts of the show later ended up persuaded he was by one way or another going to come back to the show, ashe was an eager worshipper of the Many-Faced God.
This, as viewers will remember, is the same god which Jaqen H’ghar (Tom Wlaschiha) later taught Arya about – including his skills of changing faces.
In light of these subtleties, fans were eager to connect the dots, and began pointing out he Syrio could make a miraculous reappearance in the final episodes – either as Jaqen, or Syrio.
One wrote on Reddit: “I always wondered if he was in of the faceless nameless men, being from Braavos and all.”
While another mused: “A part of me still hopes he and Jaqen are the same person somehow.”
relationship with the faceless men in the best way, so if Syrio or Jaqen did return, it may not be with the best intentions.
Meanwhile Game of Thrones has seen a petition arrive online to get the eighth season rewritten.
And Bran Stark actor Isaac Hempstead-Wright has called the petition “ridiculous”.