Someone said :
I keep waiting for Arya to hit a story arc where she's in more then 2 scenes per century.
I don't like the direction her story is going, is starting to become a bit like watching lost, or one of these dramas where it's all expectation and no pay off.
She's been in the "hiding/training/fleeing" part of her arc for a billion years and we've been given very little "skillful ass kicking" bits, except for the one recent measly assassination scene, or the odd stabbing a fat kid, or a man already lying of the floor, followed immediately by more running/fleeing/tutoring;
I don't know if in the books there was loads more shit happening, but the person who started out as my favorite character, is being strangled into disinterest because of her lack of narrative interest, and screen time, and the fact that she seems to just be a helpless prick to the story that's happening around her despite the fact she's spent her entire 'life' since history began being trained, tutored and mentored by the most dangerous and skilled people in Westeros. Her utter lack of ass-kicking is starting to smell of 'stalling'.
We get it; she's a helpless little girl, but considering this is a world where magic is real and there are dragons and stuff, and Ice zombie things, if by the end of this "yet another being-trained" story, she isn't able to skillfully and satisfyingly behead the Zombie-Mountain-guy with a sharply delivered fart and breathe fucking thunder and get 6 full length episodes and a movie dedicate to her utter destruction of Westeros if-she-so-chooses, then I'm going to send a pipe bomb to HBO and a bomb pipe to da dope writin da ting