Arya Stark – The Wolf Girl of Game of Thrones .. the one who proves, she’s the Strongest of them all
What is so sexy about the youngest Stark sister? Her tongue.
She might be petite, but her bomb drop words are here to slay and worthy of feminist adoration.
In a series so full of powerful female characters kicking asses and claiming themselves, Arya Stark is the worst badass of the Seven kingdoms.
She is headstrong, feisty and independent and knows how to get her work done, and her tool is her assassinating words.
Her ways are straightforward; she isn’t here to sugar-coat shit for you.
Her no-nonsense words cut you deep and awaken the bad bitch within you.
She does ‘manly’ things better than men.
She doesn’t act ‘lady-like’ just because people expect her to.
She does all she can to protect her friends.
She went through a traumatic childhood and faced many losses
..only to emerge out stronger each time..
She is fearless, fierce, bold and has the right fighting spirit
and above all, she chooses to fight for the Right, and Never Gives up
Whether you are a diehard Game of Thrones fan or not, her words might just encourage you to speak for yourself and unleash the badass lurking within you.
Considering the fact that her fans don’t know for how long she will be alive in the penultimate season, lets recall a few of her quotes and dialogues that won our whistles and hearts.
“What do we say to the Lord of Death?’
– Arya Stark
“Swift as a deer. Quiet as a shadow.
Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Quick as a snake. Calm as still water.”
– Arya Stark
“Leave one wolf alive and the sheep are never safe.
When people ask you what happened here, tell them the North remembers. Tell them winter came for House Frey.” – Arya Stark
“A bruise Is a lesson… and each lesson makes us better.”
“I am a wolf and will not be afraid.”
“Nothing isn’t better or worse than anything. Nothing is just nothing.”
Eddard Stark: You will marry a high lord and rule his castle. And your sons shall be knights and princes and lords. Hmm?
Arya Stark: No. That’s not me.
From Game of Thrones – Season 1 Episode 4: ‘Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things’ (1×04)
Jon Snow: All the best swords have names, you know.
Arya Stark: Sansa can keep her sewing needles. I’ve got a needle of my own.
From Game of Thrones – Season 1 Episode 2: ‘The Kingsroad’ (1×02)
Man: That’s a nice little sword. Worth a hundred pigeons a sword like that.
Arya Stark: Nothing’s worth anything to dead men.
From Game of Thrones – Season 5 Episode 2: ‘The House of Black and White’ (5×02)
Eddard Stark: Do you know the first thing about sword fighting?
Arya Stark: Stick ’em with the pointy end.
From Game of Thrones – Season 1 Episode 3: ‘Lord Snow’ (1×03)
Lannister soldier: So, why is a nice girl on her own heading to King’s Landing?
Arya Stark: I’m going to kill the queen.
From Game of Thrones – Season 7 Episode 1: ‘Dragonstone’ (7×01)
Sansa Stark: How did you get back to Winterfell?
Arya Stark: It’s a long story. I imagine yours is, too.
Sansa Stark: Yes. Not a very pleasant one.
Arya Stark: Mine neither. But our stories aren’t over yet.
Sansa Stark: No, they’re not.
From Game of Thrones – Season 7 Episode 4: ‘The Spoils of War’ (7×04)
Arya Stark (to Sansa): We both wanted to be other people when we were younger. You wanted to be a queen, to sit next to a handsome, young king on the Iron Throne. I wanted to be a knight, to pick up a sword like Father and go off to battle. Neither of us got to be that other person, did we? The world doesn’t just let girls decide what they’re going to be. But I can now. With the faces, I can choose. I can become someone else. Speak in their voice, live in their skin. I could even become you. I wonder what it would feel like to wear those pretty dresses… to be the Lady of Winterfell. All I’d need to find out… is your face.