Actress Maisie Williams, who essays Arya Stark on "Game of Thrones", says the only thing that keeps her character going is her death list and "hate inside her".Arya has been training relentlessly with Jaqen H'Ghar in the ongoing sixth season of the hit HBO fantasy drama series, and now it seems that she ready for her quest. "She has come so far and the only thing that has been keeping her going is this list and this hate inside her and this rage. Now this guy (Jaqen H'Ghar) is asking her to just drop it all," Williams said in a statement. "That's really, really tough but she knows that this is important and she knows that becoming a Faceless Man is what is going to make her a serious contender and give her a future. She finds it so intriguing, which is why she doesn't run away. She disobeys but she never leaves," she added. In the series, Jaqen is shown as a hard taskmaster who doesn't believe in giving second chances, and Arya seems to be aware of that. "He basically says the last time you misbehaved you were made blind, this time you'll be dead and so Arya is like, 'Okay, best behaviour'," Williams said. Season six of "Game of Thrones" is premiered in India on Star World Premiere HD in India.