A miscarriage, major deaths, unexpected alliances, 'destructive sex,' a supposed leaked "Game of Thrones" plot
According to Huffington Post, A now-deleted Reddit account with the name awayforthelads, posted the entire season 7 plot, revealing major details and a season worth anticipating.
Following speculations that the plot leak could be fake, Watchers on the Wall (a news site dedicated to the series) has confirmed some of the leaked details with set photos.
Pulse Movies have put together 13 things we learnt from the leaked plot.
1. Jon Snow accepts to give up his seat as King In The North if Daenerys agrees to fight with him against the White Walkers.
2. Cersei accepts to help Daenerys fight the White Walkers. When it is time, she goes back on her promise. Jaime finally turns on his sister for reneging, and rides to the North to join the fight.
3. Cersei miscarries a child she thinks to be Jamie's.
4. Uncle Benjen dies while protecting Jon Snow
5. Arya kills all males of the house of Frey. She summoned them using the face of Walder Frey and poisons them all.
6. Sansa executes Littlefinger with Arya as the executioner.
7. The Lannister army attacks Dorne and Highgarden, wiping out Houses Martell and Tyrell.
8. After Lady Olenna admits to killing Joffrey, and Jaime allows her to take her own life by drinking poison.
9. Jon Snow is not a bastard. Sam and Bran discover that Jon's real name is Aegon. Rhaegar's marriage was annulled, after which he remarried Lyanna Stark.
10. Daenerys commands Drogon to burn some Westeros lords - including Sam's father Randyll, for refusing to bend their knees before her.
11. Daenerys' dragon Viserion is killed by the Night's King. He is the resurrected and with his blue flame, the Night's King uses him to destroy The Wall.
12. Jon Snow and Daenery end up together in bed in episode seven of show.
13. There would be a reunion between the Hound and the Mountain.
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The last time there was a major "GOT" spoilers online was in 2014, when the fifth season's first four episodes surfaced online before their set premiere dates.
"Game of Thrones" will return for the seventh episode which is also its penultimate.