Netizens Have Chosen Arya Stark As Their One True Queen & She Needs No Iron Throne

Till the next three episodes bring us more death to cry over.

The third episode of the final season of Game Of Thrones may have left the netizens divided over a lot of things. A whole lot of things but one name.

Arya frikking Stark.

Directed by Miguel Sapochnik, who had earlier directed the critically acclaimed episodes Hardhome (Season 5) and The Battle of the Bastards (Season 6), The Long Night,  has left fans shook and breathless.

Defying fan theories that have been festering for years now, we now know exactly who annihilates the formidable Night King and his army of the undead. And, in case you haven’t watched the episode yet, now is a good time to stop reading any further.

Arya has been chosen as the one true queen,

She has been declared a national treasure,

Reminders have been tweeted out for those who have forgotten Arya’s ninja fighter skills,

Some are this close to starting a whole new religion and begin the cult of Saint Arya,

People have accepted her divine powers in redefining sexism,

Last, but not the least, all the Starks have been thanked for saving humanity this weekend,

Now everyone can carry on with their discussions about whether or not this was the best produced piece of television or worst cinematography ever (the latter, possibly, being the same people who think Kamaleshwar Mukherjee’s Chander Pahar had phataphati cinematography) till the next three episodes bring us more death to cry over.