Game of Thrones season 8: Who is on Arya Stark's death list and why?

And how many of the thirteen are still alive?

Jack Shepherd
Sunday 14 April 2019 11:56
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When Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) wants someone dead on Game of Thrones, chances are their death certificate has already been signed by the coroner.

However, while the daughter of Ned Stark (Sean Bean) has crossed out multiple names on her death list, there are still a few doomed people wandering around Westeros.

That looks set to change come season eight, with Arya no doubt looking to finally exact revenge on those who brutally murdered her family and friends.

So, who remains alive and who has already died? Look no further, as The Independent breaks down who each of the thirteen people are, why they are on the list, and whether they are still standing.

Click through the gallery below to see Arya's full death list.

The final season of Game of Thrones reaches TV screens 14 April. The show will be available on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV in the UK. Read everything you need to know about the forthcoming season here.

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