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I've been thinking about playing as Arya Stark sometime around the War of Five Kings. (Because it sounds amusing and silly, that's why.) I know where to find Arya at this point in the series, because I've read the books, and I know the console commands to give her enough of a title that she rules something, but there's still one problem.

Arya Stark isn't Arya Stark—or at least, she isn't known to be Arya Stark. Arya Stark is missing and presumed dead, because that's what everyone assumes after she vanishes from King's Landing. But I know that investigating someone's true heritage is something that you can do in this mod, so I assume that Arya is in a similar position—ie, her true identity is encoded in the data somewhere, just waiting for the right person to decide to investigate this random Northern girl in Harrenhal.

If I'm correct about that and Arya isn't coded as just being gone, is there some way to easily reveal her true identity to the world using console commands or other actions that are relatively quick and simple to perform? Some event that can be triggered or a way to make the investigate-her-origin plot thingy go faster or something?
If I'm incorrect about that, is there some way to bring Arya back (like, a "lost character is found" event) or is this idea just plain impossible?
 
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IIRC Arya is off-map, and can be found (as a stark) by taking your ruler to a specific province at the head of some troops, firing an event. I think harrenhal is one of the provinces, which might depend on the date.
 
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Adding onto this you can find the placeholder Arya character in the search menu (just type in "Arya" and look for the girl with the starkgfx) and see what province she's in. Then you can move some troops there and make your character the leader. I think it might take a few months for the event to fire, so don't worry if it doesn't fire automatically. Hope that helps.
 
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IIRC Arya is off-map, and can be found (as a stark) by taking your ruler to a specific province at the head of some troops, firing an event. I think harrenhal is one of the provinces, which might depend on the date.
Adding onto this you can find the placeholder Arya character in the search menu (just type in "Arya" and look for the girl with the starkgfx) and see what province she's in. Then you can move some troops there and make your character the leader. I think it might take a few months for the event to fire, so don't worry if it doesn't fire automatically. Hope that helps.
These sound like basically the same piece of advice.
And also more cumbersome yet less likely to accidentally de-Stark Sansa than the method I found. (No idea why that happened.)