No, she had much more to do after that after seeing Missandei executed.
Peter Dinklage, who plays Lena's on-screen brother Tyrion Lannister, recommended the HBO bosses cast the 300 star in the epic fantasy series.
After they left Winterfell together, Arya told the Hound that she didn't intend to return home, so if she were to go down fighting, or perhaps even win in a bout with the Mother of Dragons and stick around to help clean up the mess, that would certainly make good on that promise.
"The more we talked about it the more it seemed like the flawless end for her", Headey said.
In Episode 4, he said he sided "with the people" and would do whatever he could do to make sure the right leader was on the throne.
There's still a chance that Arya may kill a queen before it's all said and done - just maybe not the one she meant to kill all this time.
Coming in at approximately 15 seconds long, the teaser for the Game of Thrones season 8 finale is the shortest one yet, with only nine shots included to reveal as little as possible about the fate of the Seven Kingdoms. And who could any of them better trust to protect them than the woman who single-handedly eliminated the biggest threat the world has ever known? They belong together. They were a toxic couple right from the first episode.
"Jon Snow is someone that she's fallen in love with", he noted, referencing the character's pulling away from Dany ahead of the war.
Jon would no doubt back her and probably be a pretty good knight for her.
To referesh your memory: Season 5's premiere began with a flashback to a young Cersei demanding that a witch in the woods named Maggy tell her her future. Which is fair in some ways, given how far she's come to get here. The actress didn't think it was in Cersei's character to give in so quickly. "He knows what matters to him, and Cersei's what matters to him". That's the part of Maggy the Frog's prophecy that said, "When your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you".
Do not read on unless you've seen Episode 5 of Season 8 of "Game of Thrones", which aired Sunday May 12.