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'Game of Thrones' character Arya proven wrong about sailing West of Westeros by Targaryen ally

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 10 September 2019
'Game of Thrones' character Arya proven wrong about sailing West of Westeros by Targaryen allyThe final season of "Game of Thrones" saw the Stark family go their separate ways for the last time. But probably the most emotional goodbye of them all was between Jon Snow and Arya Stark, Westeros' most fierce warrior, told the former King of the North that she would never see him again. Why? Because she planned to sail West of Westeros, across the body of water known as the Sunset Sea.
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