Who has green eyes on Game Of Thrones? Arya Stark’s prophecy spells trouble for Danaerys Targaryen
13 May 2019, 10:24 | Updated: 13 May 2019, 10:26
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Off the back of episode 2 of Game of Thrones episode, entitled 'The Long Night', many people were left wondering which characters have blue, brown and green eyes.
In case you missed it, Melisandre gave Arya Stark a little pep talk mid-battle, as she reminded the young assassin what she told her when they first met in season 3: "I see a darkness in you. And in that darkness, eyes staring back at me: brown eyes, blue eyes, green eyes. Eyes you’ll shut forever. We will meet again."
As we saw, Arya then went on to kill the muther-effing Night King in one fell swoop, which covers the reference to "blue eyes".
But what colour is everyone else's eyes? We went through the key players left in the game to find out...
Cersei Lannister - Green eyes
Cersei had long been on Arya Stark's list, so we already knew there was motive for Arya to kill the Lannister matriarch.
Indeed, many viewers speculated after the Battle of Winterfell that Arya would next focus on bringing down Cersei. And in last week's episode, 'The Last of the Starks', we saw Arya head to King's Landing with The Hound, looking to sort out some unfinished business.
In the penultimate instalment, episode 5, however, we saw Arya and The Hound reach their destination, before Sandor Clegane turned to the young Stark and implored her to turn back and not become like him. She followed his advice and left Cersei well alone.
Before episode 5, some viewers believed Jaime may have gone to King's Landing to kill Cersei, as there was another prophecy in play: When Cersei was a teenager, she visited a fortune teller from Lannisport. In typical Cersei fashion, she threatens fortune teller, Maggy the Frog, demanding she answer three questions.
The first was if Cersei would marry a prince, to which Maggy replies: "Never. You will wed the king."
She then, of course, marries Robert Baratheon, who overthrew the Mad King and sat on the Iron Throne.
Cersei then asks if she'll be queen. Maggy replies: "Queen you shall be...for a time. Then comes another, younger, more beautiful, to cast you down and take all you hold dear." This could've related to Margaery once upon a time, but Marg is now dead. Daenerys Targaryen is another possibility, but as season 8 unfolds, it's looking uncertain whether Dany will take the Iron Throne for herself. Perhaps Queen Sansa? Please let it be so.
The third question was whether she and the king would have any children. Maggy responds: "No, the king will have 20 children, and you will have three. Gold will be their crowns and gold their shrouds."
Cersei recalls the chilling words spoken by Maggy in season 6, after the Sand Snakes killed her only daughter, Myrcella. Joffrey had already died at this point and Tommen threw himself out a window in season 6 - all three children were Jaime's, not Robert's. We also saw Joffrey give orders for Robert's bastard children to be slaughtered by the Kingsguard in an earlier episode, so we also know Rob had quite a number of kids.
Now, what the show didn't really cover was the last bit of Maggy's prophecy: "And when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you."
Valonqar is High Valyrian for “little brother”, so Cersei, naturally, assumed this meant Tyrion. However, her twin Jaime was born just after her, so it was possible it could have referred to him instead.
When Jaime left Brienne of Tarth at Winterfell in order to march south to meet his sister in episode 4, fans were convinced even more that he was planning to kill Cersei.
Jaime reunited with his twin, before they both apparently died in the underground passages of King's Landing, as the walls came crashing down.
Jaime Lannister - Green
The Kingslayer was one of those characters who pulled a 180 over the duration of the show. He may have started off as a bit of a bastard (figuratively, not literally) who pushed Bran out of the window in season 1 and acted on Cersei's every whim, but, thanks to the influence of Brienne of Tarth, he became a firm favourite among fans.
Naturally, many speculated over who would kill Cersei. And after their lover's tiff last season, it seemed pretty likely that Jaime would do the honours. Plus, as we've already touched upon, there was the other prophecy which had so far proven to be pretty accurate. When he left Ser Brienne for Cerisei in episode 4, then, fans were even more convinced he was going to do the deed.
But as we saw in episode 5, both Jaime and Cersei died in each other's arms, as the walls of King's Landing caved in on them.
Daenerys Targaryen - Bluey green
Dany also has eyes that meet the colour in Melisandre's prophecy - and now that Arya has witnessed the Mad Queen's true nature, she also has motive to want to end Daenery's reign of tyranny.
In episode 4, we saw Sansa and Arya tell Jon his place was in the north and that they didn't trust Daenerys as their queen, before Bran revealed to them that Jon is actually a Targaryen.
Varys then turned against Dany and died because of it, but now it looks as though even Jon and Tryion are loosing faith in the Mother of Dragons.
As Arya rode away from King's Landing on a white horse, we're hoping she does assassinate the dragon queen.
Jon Snow - Brown
While Jon may have brown eyes, there is no plausible reason for Arya to kill her favourite brother.
The only way we can see Arya killing Jon is if she really had to - like, if the world depended on it. And even then, wouldn't she just get someone else to do it?
Bran Stark - Brown
Like Jon, Bran Stark has hazel brown eyes. But equally, Arya just killed the Night King in order to save Bran and humanity, so it wouldn't really make sense for her to try and kill her younger brother.
Having said that, if this theory that Bran is still the Night King after all that went down in the Battle of Winterfell is to be believed, Arya may be forced to use Needle on the Three-Eyed Raven.
We'd also like to point out that while Bran has brown eyes, the Three-Eyed Raven is trained in the magic of Greensight: the art of seeing the future, past or present.
We'll just leave that there...
Sansa Stark - Blue
Arya and Sansa may have had their differences when they were younger, but in the latest episodes we've seen the Stark sisters bond - much to Jon Snow's surprise.
Unless there's an unforeseen dick move by Sansa, we can't imagine Arya would turn on her big sis.
And for those of you wondering what colour eyes Arya's previous victims had...
Walder Frey - Brown
Arya killed Walder Frey back in season 6 while disguised as a servant girl. She served him a slice of humble pie - which had his sons' minced body parts in - before coolly slitting the old man's throat.
Polliver - Brown
You may struggle to remember, but Polliver was a Lannister soldier who held Arya, Gendry and Hot Pie captive in the early days.
When she's on tour with The Hound later on, she runs into Polliver in an inn and kills him on the spot.
Ser Meryn Trant - Brown
Ser Meryn, not only was he ordered to apprehend Arya in season 1, he was the one who killed Arya's swordfighting instructor, Syrio Forel.
She killed him back in season 5, when she was disguised as a prostitute.
Petyr Baelish, aka, Littlefinger - Green
In season 7, it looked as though Littlefinger had successfully managed to turn Arya and Sansa against on another, as he pulled their strings behind the scene.
However, staying one step ahead (and possibly getting a tip off from their brother Bran who can see everything), they outmanoeuvred Petyr and Arya slit his throat in the Great Hall. BOOM!