GAME OF THRONES employs a huge quantity of mysticism and magic over the eight seasons of the show. Different kinds of borders and laws were set in the mythos, all of which have been followed.
However, fans of the HBO drama have pointed out one of the actions, and a significant problem from the lore of the Faceless Men Jaqen H’ghar carried out in year two.
Game of Thrones saw a huge amount of change within the eight seasons of this series. Perhaps the largest shifts over the show came in the private changes of Arya Stark (played with Maisie Williams).
Beginning the show as a princess of Winterfell, she finally became one of the most deadly assassins in Westeros. This could not have been possible, of course.
The Faceless Men, a society of mysterious assassins who use other people’s faces as masks, trained the young warrior to take on the Night King (Vladimir Furdik).
On the other hand, the assumed leader of the Faceless Men – Jaqen H’ghar (Tom Wlaschiha) – first appeared in season two, whilst prison with Arya.
During this period Arya gained three kills and saves Jaqen – whoever she wanted she wanted. As she announced her kill would be him However she went toe to toe with the devil.
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Eventually, they came to kill himself or get them from prison.
He chose the escape, but fans of this show have spoken out against this conclusion and claimed that it was not in the best interest of the Faceless Men’s laws.
Reddit user Daikin recently wrote a lengthy post, describing: “So in season two Arya saves Jaqen H’ghar from burning to death and that he promises to kill three people for her no matter what.
“Arya blackmails him for the next kill by saying he kills himself or help her escape. I am confused about why this is hard for him and that he does not choose to kill himself.
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“If he’s true ‘no one’ then why couldn’t he have killed himself the same way he did seasons afterward using the poison, and then appearing in another body, as he is truly ‘no one’?”
They concluded: “What exactly does it matter if Arya requests him to kill himself? Does he just want to help Arya out?”
As the god could become any person he wished to, he could have done as Arya requested, and escaped safe and sound.
He decided to go against his own rules and do to avoid self-destruction, as she requested.
Some enthusiasts agreed with Daikin, though others explained the decision may have had something to do with Arya’s destiny to take on the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) later on.
One answered: “Could be regarded as foreshadowing that despite the hype, the men are still people with an identity they weren’t happy to give up, just as Arya does not afterward.”
However, the Faceless Men’s members are truly just people. Arya carved her path and finally shattered her mentors – maybe so did Jaqen H’ghar when his life was on the line.
Meanwhile, Reddit users have also been excited to point out issues on the political facet of Game of Thrones.
But when Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) culled the Tyrell home, nobody uttered a call to arms.