Did The Entire Game Of Thrones Season Seven Plot Leak Online?
Spoilers ahead, obviously.
BY Matt Miller | Nov 8, 2016 | Film & TV
There are obviously going to be major possible spoilers below, so please don't @ me because this is your second warning.
And just to be safe, again, if you don't want to possibly be exposed to Game of Thrones SPOILERS, stop reading right now.
Look. I have trouble understanding what enjoyment is to be gained from learning the entire plot of Game of Thrones Season Seven a year early from scripts leaked by obsessive Internet nerds, yet I'm obligated to report on it nonetheless. For the last few weeks, the many Game of Thrones fan sites and subreddits have been debating the accuracy of what a reddit user claimed was a leak of major spoilers from the entire upcoming season of the show.
While the original post has since been deleted, screenshots of the thread still exist, and Reddit users have compiled a list of each major point. Plot developments include:
• The Wall will fall at the end of the season, while Jon and Dany have sex.
• Sansa realises she's being played by LF (he tries to set the two sisters against each other) by the end of the season with help from Bran. LF won't survive this. Arya will be the executioner.
• Bran will cross the Wall during E01. He will arrive at WF by E03.
• Jon needs to provide proof that the Undead are real. So he goes beyond the Wall with the Hound, Beric, Thoros, and Tormund to capture one. They succeed but Beric and Viserion die in the process. They bring the undead to KL (they have a temporary truce with the Lannisters) and they show him to Cersei at the Dragonpit. She loses her shit. She agrees to unite their armies against the WW. But at the last moment, she betrays them and doesn't send troops, so that the WW will thin out their forces. Jaime is mad and leaves her. He rides North to join the armies.
• Cersei is pregnant.
• Euron's fleet destroys Yara's, kills two of the Sand Snakes, and captures Ellaria. Theon abandons Yara. The ironborn finally lose all respect for him. He has a small reunion scene with Jon. Jon tells him that he won't kill him because he saved Sansa.
While Reddit users claiming to be close friends with the actors has called these spoilers fake, we do know that many of these plot points have been confirmed since they were originally published on Reddit. As we've learned through on-set photos obtained by fan site Watchers on the Wall, many of these plot points seem to be accurate. We know Daenerys and Jon will meet, we know Jon and Theon will meet, and we know there will be scenes in the Dragonpit.
While we won't know if any of these spoilers are true until next summer, keep in mind that Game of Thrones fans have been right about every major plot point from the beginning.
From: Esquire US