Spoiler alert: This story contains major details from Sunday's series finale of HBO's "Game of Thrones."
Sorry, "Game of Thrones" fans: You will not get to tag along on Arya Stark's next adventure.
Fans began clamoring for a spinoff about the younger Stark daughter (Maisie Williams) as they watched her sail from King's Landing to find out "what's west of Westeros" in Sunday's series finale.
"Nope, nope, nope," Bloys said, explaining that he wants "this 'Game of Thrones' – David and Dann's show – to be its own thing. "I don't want to take characters from this world that they did beautifully and put them off into another world with someone else creating it."
However, HBO is moving ahead with one "Game of Thrones" spinoff starring Naomi Watts that's set 1,000 years before the events of the original.
In the series finale, Arya made good on her promise not to return home to Winterfell, and viewers made it clear they wanted to stow away on her ship, no matter where it was headed.
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"How are they not already shooting a spinoff following Arya’s (& only Arya) adventures!?" @racheltrue demanded to know.
"Arya was the only good part of Season 8," @RileyMcAtee wrote. "Give us the spinoff."
Arya was the only good part of Season 8. Give us the spinoff. pic.twitter.com/fdqMgpLbUz— Riley McAtee (@RileyMcAtee) May 20, 2019
So what would happen in the spinoff? Some fans had specific ideas.
Where have we seen @bull_quit's idea before? "The story follows Arya sailing the seas. She discovers a primitive land, becomes their leader over time - someone betrays her, she dies then Bran becomes king of the new civilization by accident."
@sultanOfShame suggested, "Give me a spinoff where Arya goes to Argentina to kill Hitler."
Give me a spinoff where Arya goes to Argentina to kill Hitler.— Wank Hill (@SultanOfShame) May 20, 2019
"Spinoff idea: Arya goes west of Westeros and discovers America," proposed @burdie_11.
That idea, of course, opened the door for remarks about colonizing gone wrong.
"The Arya spinoff when she’s handing out smallpox blankets is gonna be something else," mused @SlimiHendrix.
@MichaelBaumann wrote, "Lots of people on my timeline wishing for the Arya spinoff without considering that she and her crew will probably sail past whatever land, if any, exists out there and starve to death," he warned.
Lots of people on my timeline wishing for the Arya spinoff without considering that she and her crew will probably sail past whatever land, if any, exists out there and starve to death.— Michael Baumann (@MichaelBaumann) May 20, 2019
@MazzelloJoe envisioned the Arya spinoff as more of a comedy: "Can't wait for Arya's Mary Tyler Moore spinoff in New York."
Whereas @ReelMikey was thinking animated series – perhaps a new spin on "Fievel Goes West?"
Others just want the spinoff, period, and promise not to be picky.
"If they made a spinoff show called Arya The Explorer - even if it was in the same kiddie format as Dora The Explorer - I would watch the (expletive) out of it," promised @TheChowderz.
@LedoPizza even prepared a first-look photo.
As for us, we're still in favor of "HBO's favorite assassin in cartoon form," the "Daria" parody idea from "Saturday Night Live."
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Sorry, 'Game of Thrones' fans: HBO chief shoots down Arya Stark sequel idea