Game of Thrones fans reckon they've figured out the truth behind Ayra's white horse
What are your thoughts?
**WARNING: this article contains many Game of Thrones spoilers.**
Okay so, we're all still on a bit of a come down from Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones.
It was, to say the least, an intense episode.
Some liked it, many didn't - but you have to admit, a lot went on.
The main points? Well, Cersei is finally dead, as is her brother/ lover Jaime.
The Hound and The Mountain finally came to blows, both plummeting to their death.
Euron died too, but frankly, good riddance lad.
Anyway, throughout all the fire, murder and war, Ayra Stark was right in the thick of it.
The episode ended with a blood covered Ayra seeing a random white horse, mounting said horse, and riding out of King's Landing.
We were all a bit confused by the horse, but some fans reckon they've figured out the significance.
There was actually some foreshadowing earlier in the episode, with a little girl that Arya was trying to save was carrying a toy white horse.
Symbolism, or a coincidence?
There's also a pretty big theory that the white horse is a biblical symbol proving that Ayra is death.
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In Revelation 6:8, which tells the story of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, a passage reads:
"And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth."
This actually makes a lot of sense, when you consider Ayra's affiliation with death throughout the entire show.
So basically, people reckon that she mounted the horse to ride off and kill Dany.
There are also people that think the horse was Bran coming to save his sister (he can control animals, remember?)
I suppose we won't really know until next week!