People have theories about the white horse at the end of last week's 'Game of Thrones.' Are you there, Ned?

People have theories about the white horse at the end of last week's 'Game of Thrones.' Are you there, Ned?
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Last Sunday's episode of "Game of Thrones" was a fire storm of chaos and apocalyptic destruction. There were sword battles, scorched neighborhoods and Dany having a meltdown worthy of a reality television show starring the Kardashian women and their dragon mother, Kris.

People have theories about the white horse at the end of last week's 'Game of Thrones.' Are you there, Ned?

While there are plenty of theories out there for what the finale will bring us, the most interesting ones involve that white horse at the very end of the episode. While everyone around Arya is dead from Dany's dragon hissy fit despite hearing the bells of surrender (WTF Dany? Have a glass of wine), Arya finds an angelic white horse and rides off to do what we can only assume is murder Daenerys so that Jon Snow can take the throne. Either that, or the white horse is a biblical symbol for death and Arya has died...I don't think the writers could do that to us, though.

People have theories about the white horse at the end of last week's 'Game of Thrones.' Are you there, Ned?

People have theories about the white horse at the end of last week's 'Game of Thrones.' Are you there, Ned?

Since Bran can control animals as the three eyed raven, it's possible he sent the horse to save her:

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Some people think it means Arya is dead and the horse is some sort of vision or symbol of death. Let's hope this isn't the case because you know she still has to slay Dany.

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Or, that Arya is indeed on her way to murder someone as white horses are a symbol of death:

Another theory is that the horse is the child that Arya tried to save, considering the little girl had a toy horse...

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The horse could've been sent by the Lord of Light:

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Others are just confused:

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Or maybe...

Guess we'll have to wait until next week! Why do they torture us like this?

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People have theories about the white horse at the end of last week's 'Game of Thrones.' Are you there, Ned?
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