Because in the show, that is how she is portrayed. She sincerely tried to become No One, even leaving Needle behind, though hidden. However, Lady Crane's death is later avenged by Arya, who succeeds killing the Waif in her hideout. The reason I say that is because of the way he affirms her want to go home and declare herself Arya Stark and not no one. To prepare, Arya watches the play, where Crane is playing Cersei. You reclaim your rings and continue your journey. In the books In the novels, the character is named Lady Stork.
Still, this theory seems unlike anything we've seen on Game of Thrones, so it'll be surprising if this is the case. She is a low rung trainee just like Arya. She clings to her old identity and at least in the books has been trying to become a Faceless Man for many, many years. You draft a coded missive for the Archon of Secrets and dispatch it to Cacophony before continuing on your journey. She takes a step back, surprised by the scrutiny, and protests that everything here is as she found it, albeit a few days older. You glare at the girl, then slowly ask her if she really wants to be delaying the work of a Fatebinder of Tunon in order to sell a piece of scrap. She doesn't know with certainty what occurred, though she mentions Scarlet Chorus raiders are a common sight in these parts.
You receive a missive in response thanking you for your continued friendship to the legion. Deciding the distraction of the girl and her find do not deserve your time, you continue along the road, leaving her to ply her well-worn ware on some other traveler. You receive a missive in response thanking you for your continued friendship to the legion. The missive you receive in response includes only curt gratitude, though Ashe does note that he will commend your courtesy to the Archon of Justice. The last line suggests he'll have to find someone else, perhaps a Fatebinder, to subject to such.
When she spies you, she leaps to her feet, waving to capture your attention. Before continuing your journey, you draft a brief report of your findings to the Court. She asks Arya's opinion of the play and later tries to express her own opinions among the group, but is shot down by her peers. Pointing to the maker's mark, you tell the girl that the weapon is the rightful property of the Disfavored and, more specifically, of the Overlord who commands their loyalty. A few days later you receive a formal missive of appreciation from the Archon of Justice. Chicago's , a long-term residential home for troubled young men and women from the streets and abusive homes, has published The Waif's Messenger for more than 100 years. However, the Waif failed, and thus Arya is still holding onto her emotions and will never really be a Faceless Man.
The characters Heathcliff in 1847 novel and Jo, the crossing sweeper in ' 1852 novel are waifs. Barik falls to his knees at the sight of the slain. Deciding you have little time to comb every stretch of woods south of here for the promise of a little more iron, you take the sword and continue on, putting the waif behind you. The children in are usually waifs, in between their unsuccessful stints in the care of various relatives. Why hasn't she been put back in boot camp? Remain vigilant, he warns, and continue forward with unclouded eyes.
The sun hangs blood red just above the horizon before the work is done; soaked in sweat, you look down on three nigh-identical mounds with stones as markers. You glare at the girl, then slowly ask her if she really wants to be delaying the work of a Fatebinder of Tunon in order to sell a piece of scrap. When she overhears that Crane is the only member of the troupe to drink rum, Arya plans on poisoning it. As she goes to drink some of the poisoned rum, Arya rushes in and stops her, telling her to watch out for Bianca. Despite her misgivings over Crane being a decent person she promises to go through with the assassination. With the bodies buried, you make your way back to the road, say your farewell to the waif, and continue on your journey. You turn on the girl, demanding she tell you what she knows of what happened here.
I believe the books reveal her to be 30-40 or something. You offer her a small string of copper rings, and her eyes widen slightly at it before narrowing at you and the wealth obvious in your gear. You draft a coded missive for the Archon of Secrets and dispatch it to Cacophony before continuing on your journey. You blink as she goes, then turn and continue on your way. Take back your rings and scare her away. It's a long, well-forged blade with a sharp shift in its length about halfway up the blade.
She stammers out an apology, tucks the object under her arm, and takes off into the field at a full run. This is used to define what the post is about, and to what level of discussion is allowable in the comments. You offer the girl a few rings if she'll lead you to the place where she found the blade. Tiring of the waif's insubordination, you pull back your arm, readying a backhanded strike. She presses you for double, noting the danger of travel and the time it will take to lead you there and back.