It’s no doubt that both Arya Stark and Cersei Lannister are two of the most powerful women in the whole of Westoros. Cersei Lannister, the one who presently sits on the iron throne. Probably the most hated woman in all of the seven kingdoms surrounded by enemies. Arya Stark on the other hand is the second daughter of late Ned Stark a girl who has gone through it all throughout the progress of the seven seasons and probably the best female swords(woman)man in Westoros. In the first episode of season seven when Arya Stark came across some lannister soldiers in the woods, she told them that shew was on her way to kings landing to kill the queen cersei, although this elicited laughter frim the soldiers, Ed Sheeran himself and was considered as a joke but it actually had some degree of truth underneath it. To be frank, there’s probably no one else more deserving to kill cersei than Arya stark. You might want to mention Bran but with being the three eyed raven now I doubt if killing Cersei will be of great interest to Bran, then we have Sansa Stark, shes probably the only Stark member to have gone through hell as much as she did at the hands of Cersei but we all know Sansa is more of a lady than a killer as displayed in the season finale of the the seventh where she ordered Lord Baelish to be killed for his many treason act. So with all this act crosses out, we’re left with none other than Arya Stark but the truth is Arya Stark Cannot Kill Cersei Lannister and here’s why, do you remember the prophecy Cersei referred us back to in season five? After she realized that her daughter Mrycella has been killed, where she want to meet Maggy a witch who gave her a prophecy about her future? Cersei mentions the prophecy of a witch she’d been told years ago: “She promised me three children . . . she promised me they’d die,” she says, and of course, it wasn’t all that long ago that we actually saw this scene on the show; it happens in the season five premiere. Here’s the clip where a young Cersei visits Maggy the frog, the fortune teller in question. [youtube https://youtu.be/FwHGNoMjHn8] “Everything she said came true . . .” Cersei says in the season seven premiere to Jaime, her beloved brother and father of her three children — all three of whom are now indeed dead. “This prophecy, it’s fate.” So let’s go over exactly what the witch did prophecize and how it all plays out on the show.