Game of Thrones

‘Game of Thrones’: The Entire Season 7 Plot May Have Just Leaked

Put your pitchforks away, because here is your SPOILER WARNING!!!!

Seriously, if even half of these potential leaks are right, you will be getting a ton of details on Season Seven of Game of Thrones, including major character deaths. If you don’t want to know those things, you should go away right now.

Still here? Okay then, let’s get to it.

A short while ago, a Reddit user named awayforthelads made a post in the /r/FreeFolk subreddit, a subreddit for fan theories and speculating outside of the larger, main /r/GameOfThrones community. At first, his “leaks” were disregarded and ignored for being a bit outlandish. But as more reliable leaks emerged and were conformed when the show actually started filming in Europe, many of them lined up with awayforthelads’ predictions.

The user has since deleted his account, but screenshots still exist of supposed leaks. Here’s a nice summary of the big details, as written by Patrick Redford from The Concourse:

Jon and Daenerys spend much of the season together at Dragonstone, and in the finale they have sex while the Wall crumbles; Arya and Sansa are reunited, and Arya executes Littlefinger at Sansa’s command; Euron and Cersei form a doomed alliance against the Daenerys/Jon coalition; Samwell, Gilly, and Bran put together that Jon Snow is actually the rightful heir to the Iron Throne and the trueborn son of Rhaegar Targaryen (this is complicated and involves an annulment and Jon being named Aegon, same as his half-brother); Jon and a host of others go north of the Wall to capture a wight to prove the nature of the looming threat to Westerosi rulers; and the Night King kills and possesses Viserion, turns him into an ice dragon, and uses him to burn down the Wall. It’s unclear whether or not Euron resurrects that horrifying Cthulu monster that our old friend Poor Quentyn predicted he would, but in all these plot events are both pretty insane and actually in line with where the show seemed to be headed after Cersei nuked King’s Landing and Daenerys set sail for Westeros.

Two words: Ice. Dragon.

Just remember, though, that with no source material to base the rest of the show on (hurry up with The Winds of Winter, George!), this is all speculation. Still, many of the predictions seem to be coming true, based on people spying on the set for Watchers on the Wall.

So we repeat: Ice. Dragon.

Devon Taylor (@DevonTaylor113)

Devon Taylor (@DevonTaylor113)

Devon has been writing about random things online since 2013. His favorite video game is Rocket League, his favorite TV show is The Sopranos, and he hated the last season of Game of Thrones. Follow him @DevonTaylor113.