Arya goes blind after drinking a special potion given to her by the Kindly Man (her mentor at the House of Black and White, and the book equivalent of Jaqen).
After Arya breaks the rules and uses a face to kill Meryn Trant, she's punished with blindness. She's basically banished from the Faceless Men at this point, but after killing the Waif and removing her face, Arya returns to the Hall of Faces. Jaqen proclaims her training complete.
H'ghar made it clear that he was going to help Arya, and he did, killing a few people for her, helping her escape, and giving her a coin which would help her get to Braavos, should she so desire. She eventually did just that, and began training to be a Faceless Man, aka super assassin, in Season 5.
Put simply, the Faceless Men are able to essentially shape-shift in order to carry out their assassinations, which they regard as a religious duty. Not only can they change their faces, but their entire bodies and even voices will shift to match the identity they've taken on temporarily.
In way, that also explains the smile—he's pleasantly surprised to see that Arya took to the training so well she killed the Waif. “That's why in the end, when he realized she'd managed to escape the Waif and kill her, he was also pleased because his student had excelled,” Wlaschiha said.
Jaqen H'gharThe Faceless Men are a death cult, a collection of seemingly unstoppable assassins, a zealous group of mercenaries for hire. In the form of Jaqen H'ghar, they also have existed in this story primarily to serve Arya Stark's journey.
Arya adored him and she had always wanted to find him again but she never did. There was some affection and sympathy when Jaqen first met Arya. He was like an older brother to her, attentive and patient.
She eventually did just that, and began training to be a Faceless Man, aka super assassin, in Season 5. Arya met Jaqen H'ghar as they were both being transported to Castle Black, though he was in a cage with two other criminals.
Hershey Chocolate Company began marketing its standard size chocolate bars for a nickel ($. 05) in 1900, setting a standard for the United States confectionery industry that continued until 1969.
Eggs cost 33 cents per dozen in 1940. The humble egg is one of those foods that pops up just about everywhere.
The Price of BreadYEARCost of 1 lb. of BreadFederal Minimum Wage1930$0.09None1940$0.10$0.301950$0.12$0.751960$0.23$1.00