As of this week, the Arya Stark challenge is now a thing.
To give you a reminder of the events of Game of Thrones' latest episode - not that you need it because it was SO EPIC - it involved quite a twist. It was Arya Stark, rather than Jon Snow, who killed the Night King.
The undead antagonist had Arya by the throat but her years of training for battle paid off. She cleverly dropped the Valerian steel dagger she was carrying so she could catch it in her other hand and stab the Night King.
You can rewatch the scene here.
Now others have been practicing the move of dropping various household items (or merely miming the gesture), catching them in the other hand and stabbing them forwards.
The move is called #TheArya and 'Game of Thrones' fans all over Twitter are joining in.
— GΔΒΥ DURΔΝ 🇩🇴 (@GBDRN) April 29, 2019
— what a concept (@KremPuff) April 29, 2019
— Osagyefo (@Osuane) April 29, 2019
— tanner olson (@tannerJolson) April 30, 2019
— Oscar Hernández (@HacheComics) May 1, 2019
— Matthew Halloween (@matcharley) April 30, 2019
— Avi Wechsler (@AviWechsler) April 29, 2019
Arya’s Night King moment simplified with a Carrot ✅ pic.twitter.com/tBZyeNnit7
— 𝗕𝗲𝗻 𝗟𝗮𝗻𝗴𝗹𝗲𝘆 (@BenLangley) May 1, 2019
Finally after multi shots.
How many shots did you take @Maisie_Williams ?? ❤️
Do #TheArya #Aryachallenge #AryaStark @Maisie_Williams @SophieT @GameOfThrones #BattleOfWinterfell #GameofThrones
Hit the Arya #thearya
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— फ्रस्ट्रेटेड इंजिनियर 🏴☠️ (@EclecticRhymstr) May 1, 2019
The move is even popping up in sports...
Nichtern says #NotToday Holy Cross😤 With his six assists today, the rookie is tied for first in Army’s single-season assists record with 45👏 #GoArmy #FamilyToughnessTradition pic.twitter.com/BBDKZWXLHK
— Army M.Lacrosse (@ArmyWP_MLax) April 30, 2019
... while others have pointed out films where they've seen the move before.
— Zombie The Dragon (@ZombietheDragon) May 2, 2019
— GHR - grayson (@TheGraysonStapp) May 1, 2019