Arya Stark had a kill list, but after “Game of Thrones” Season 8, episode 5, she might not. The bloody episode seemingly killed off the majority of her remaining list. Take a look back at the names who have appeared on her list and where they are now, and find out who might be a new addition to the list.

Joffrey Baratheon

  • Cause of death: poison
  • Murderer: Olenna Tyrell poisoned him, but Petyr Baelish and Dontos Hollard provided her with the mixture.
  • He was on Ayra’s kill list because he ordered the deaths of Ned Stark and Mycah.

Cersei Lannister

  • Cause of death: falling rubble
  • Murderer: Daenerys Targaryen
  • She was on Ayra’s kill list because of her role in the death of Ned Stark.

Walder Frey

  • Cause of death: slit throat
  • Murderer: Arya Stark
  • He was on Ayra’s kill list because of the Red Wedding, which killed both Robb and Catelynn Stark.

Meryn Trant

  • Cause of death: stabbed eyes and chest, slit throat
  • Murderer: Arya Stark
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he killed the man who taught her how to use a sword, Syrio Forel.

Arya Stark kill list Arya Stark is only directly responsible for four of the deaths on her kill list. Photo: HBO/Helen Sloan

Tywin Lannister

  • Cause of death: Arrows to the heart and stomach
  • Murderer: Tyrion Lannister
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he led the Lannister army to fight Robb and his men.

Melisandre (AKA The Red Woman)

  • Cause of death: suicide (at least it seems that way)
  • Murderer: Melisandre took off her enchanted necklace to die after the Battle of Winterfell was complete. Whether that was her decision or a command from the Lord of Light is open to interpretation.
  • She was on Ayra’s list because she kidnapped Gendry.

Beric Dondarrion

  • Cause of death: stabbed
  • Murderer: Wights stabbed him while he was protecting Arya during the Battle of Winterfell.
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he helped the Red Woman kidnap Gendry.

Thoros of Myr

  • Cause of death: a combination of injuries and hypothermia
  • Murderer: A wight snow bear injured Thoros when he was north of the Wall. With his wounds, he wasn’t strong enough to survive the cold overnight.
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he helped the Red Woman kidnap Gendry.

The Mountain

  • Cause of death: dragon fire
  • Murderer: Daenerys was commanding the dragon to destroy King’s Landing, but it was the Hound who tackled the Mountain, sending them both into the flames several stories below.
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he was one of the leading torturers at Harrenhal. 

Arya Kill List Though he was once on her kill list, Arya decided not to kill the Hound. Photo: HBO/Helen Sloan

The Hound

  • Cause of death: dragon fire
  • Murderer: Daenerys’ attack was sending the castle down around them, but the Hound decided to tackle the Mountain and send them both into the dragon fire.
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he killed Mycah (on Joffrey’s orders).
  • Worth noting: Arya may have taken the Hound off her list. She had plenty of opportunities to kill him after learning that he hadn’t died after she abandoned him when he was wounded. 

Rorge

  • Cause of death: stabbed in the heart
  • Murderer: Arya Stark said she couldn’t kill a man without his name. Rorge, being a true idiot, revealed his name, allowing Arya to put his name on her list for a second before she killed him with Needle. 
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he threatened to rape her.

Polliver

  • Cause of death: stabbed
  • Murderer: Arya Stark stabs him with Needle before watching him choke on his own blood.
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he was one of the leading torturers at Harrenhal and killed her friend Lommy with Needle.

Ilyn Payne

  • Alive
  • He was on Ayra’s list because he was Ned Stark’s executioner.
  • Worth noting: Arya stopped including him on her list in the early seasons. Unfortunately, actor Wilko Johnson was diagnosed with cancer, which prevented him from appearing in the show after Season 2. Though the actor is recovering and touring with his band again, he hasn’t returned to “Game of Thrones.” 

Does that mean Arya’s kill list is complete? Maybe not. Episode 5 ended with Arya riding off on a white horse. She was truly horrified by Daenerys’ destruction, and she knows that she is destined to kill at least one more person.

Melisandre reminded her earlier this season that she was prophesized to kill someone with green eyes. The obvious interpretation was Cersei, but Dany also has green eyes. Is Arya adding one more name to her kill list for the series finale?

The final episode of “Game of Thrones” airs Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT on HBO.