Game of Thrones
Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) and The Waif (Faye Marsay) in "Game of Thrones" Season 6. Facebook/HBO/Macall B. Polay

The end of Braavos storyline doesn’t mean that Jaqen H’ghar won’t be seen in “Game of Thrones” Season 7. A new report states that Tom Wlaschiha will be reprising his role next year. Will the Faceless Man follow his apprentice to Westeros?

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Wlaschiha will be attending the East European Comic Con at Bucharest on Nov. 13, BalkanInsight reports. The report confirms that the actor will be back for the next season of the show. So far there hasn’t been any official confirmation of the character’s return.

When Arya (Maisie Williams) embraced her Stark identity once again and moved to Westeros in the previous season, there were doubts about the return of Jaqen H’ghar. However, it now looks like the Faceless Man will follow his apprentice to Westeros and may even watch over her as she plots her revenge.

Is Arya’s training really over? Or will the Faceless Man try and get her back as his apprentice in “Game of Thrones” Season 7?

Perhaps the most popular character in the previous season was Lyanna Mormont. The fierce young girl quickly won the hearts of the fans by first making Jon Snow sweat and later declaring her support to him in what seemed like an unwinnable battle. It was also she who declared Jon as the King in the North.

In an interview with Leftlion , Bella Ramsey said that she liked her character’s “fierceness and maturity.” The actress said that she had one thing in common with her character, not in the amount of fierceness but people apparently tell her that they can’t believe that she is only 12.

The producers are yet to confirm the return of Lyanna Mormont in “Game of Thrones” Season 7. However, with the invasion of the White Walkers set to pick up pace next year; all the major characters in the north are expected to come into focus.