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Oct 18, 2016 10:58 AM EDT

‘Game of Thrones’ Season Seven Leak: Armor Costumed Arya Seen In Northern Ireland Shoot [VIDEO]


"Game of Thrones" season seven is currently shooting in Northern Ireland. Several pictures showing the show's character Arya in several costumes were leaked recently.

"Game of Thrones" And Arya

"Game of Thrones" character Arya Stark is played by 19 year old Maisie Williams. The last season showed Arya out for vengeance for the death of her family. The Northern Ireland set showed her wearing a new set of leather armor. The costume is definitely different from the one she wore last season. There are speculations that the outfit seems to hint that she is preparing for warin the upcoming season seven, according to the Daily Mail.

Arya is an assassin in training who happens to slit the throat of his mentor for causing the death of her mother and brother. Williams got nominated for supporting actress during the recent Emmy awards, according to Screenrant.

The actress posted a Tweet some time ago that she just finished reading the season seven script. She claimed that fans would not be prepared for the upcoming season seven, "Winter is coming!" reveal. Observers described the actress was devoid of any makeup or jewelry as she assumed the role of Arya in the set.

 "Game of Thrones" Returning Characters

There are also other casts seen in the Northern Ireland set aside from Williams. Lyanna Mormont played by Bella Ramsey was also seen in a costume trailer. Jon Snow (played by Kit Harrington), Brienne of Tarth (played by Gwendoline Christie), Podrick Payne (played by Daniel Portman), Ser Davos (played by Liam Cunningham), Little Finger (played by Aiden Gillen) and Sansa Stark (played by Sophie Turner)

 "Game of Thrones" Ending In Season Eight?

"Game of Thrones" will also end after season eight. The show executive producer David Benioff said that the upcoming season seven will only have seven episodes while the 8th and last season will only have six episodes.

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