Entire Game of Thrones season 7 plot leaked
The entire plot of season 7 of Games of Thrones has been leaked online and – before we go any further – let’s make something clear.
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We good? No? No, there is still going to be someone crying about “ruining the show” and “spoiling everyone’s fun”? Alright, let’s try it again . . .
Got it? Is it clear that from here on out that we will be talking about things you might not want to know about? Cause I’m just gonna launch into it . . . any second now . . . seriously . . . stop f*cking reading . . . we good? We gonna be adults about this? Is everyone still reading the ones who shook their Christmas presents trying to figure out what was inside two weeks before they were allowed to open them?
Alright. Let’s do this.
But yes it is true due to the work of some nosy folks over on the Free Folk reddit, famous for their incredibly accurate spoiling of season 6, the entire plot of season 7 of Game of Thrones has been leaked. The account that posted the information has already been deleted but other posts have compiled the details that were revealed.
The reddit is known for it’s on point speculations and leaks in the past which adds some credibility to the leak, but the biggest validation of the flood of new info came from one of the Game of Thrones actors themselves. Nathalie Emmanuel, who plays Missandei, tweeted in response to the massive leak:
It’s really disappointing there are people who are determined to ruin Season 7 for everyone… 😒 #spoilsports
— Nathalie Emmanuel (@missnemmanuel) October 22, 2016
Some are saying she may be referring to the set photos that were released a few weeks ago, but considering the timing most are taking it to mean that the recent leaks are in fact accurate.
So what is going to take place in season 7 of Game of Thrones? Read below and find out.
The White Walkers are marching south towards the Wall.
Bran crosses the Wall, meets with Dolorous Edd the new Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.
Jon and Sansa argue about what to with the Northern houses who fought alongside the Boltons. Sansa is for giving their lands to Stark supporters, but Jon refuses to hold the children responsible for their parents’ actions.
At the end of the episode, Danaerys and crew arrive at Dragonstone.
Jon receives a raven from Danaerys summoning all the lords of Westeros to Dragonstone to parlay. Jon and Davos decide to go in order to retrieve the supply of dragonglass stored at Dragonstone.
Sansa is left in charge of Winterfell.
Ghost is left at Winterfell where he remains all season.
Jon and Davos arrive at Dragonstone and meet with Tryion on the beach. The Dothraki seize their ship.
Tyrion brings them to meet Danaerys. Danaerys demands that Jon kneel before her, and he refuses. Jon tells her of the White Whalkers, but she doesn’t believe him. Tyrion speaks on Jon’s behalf and says that Jon can be trusted.
Davos attempts to mention Jon’s ressurrection, but Jon dismisses it.
Danaerys respects Jon, but he doesn’t return the feeling.
Bran arrives at Winterfell.
Arya arrives at Winterfell.
Sam leaves Oldtown for Winterfell with Gilly and the baby.
Jorah reunites with Danaerys at Dragonstone after being healed of his greyscale.
Jon receives a raven telling him that Bran and Arya have arrived at Winterfell.
Jamie, Bronn, Tyrion, and Davos have a secret meeting where Tyrion tries to persuade Jamie to have Cersei surrender to Danaerys. Jamie ignores him.
Gendry is found by Davos in Kings Landing making weapons.
Jon and a small force of men including himself, Gendry, the Hound, Beric, Thoros, Tormund, Jorah, and members of the Brotherhood without Banners sail to Eastwatch-by-the-Sea. Their goal is to capture a wight in order to prove to the other lords of Westeros and Danaerys they exist and gain support in fighting them.
The groups is attacked by the Night King’s army, including a wight polar bear. The bear kills Thoros.
They are surrounded on an island on a frozen lake and are nearly defeated when Danaerys arrives with her dragons. She flies most of them to safety, but Jon is left behind.
Viserion is killed and raised as the Night King’s mount.
Jon is almost killed, but Coldhands/Benjen arrives and sends a wounded Jon off on his horse before being swarmed by undead and presumably killed.
At some point, Jon offers to lay down the title of King in the North if Danaerys helps them against the White Walkers.
Sansa sentences Littlefinger to death, which Arya carries out.
Cersei wakes up in a bed soaked in blood, presumably from a miscarriage.
Sam and Bran figure out Jon’s parentage, that he is the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen. His real name is Aegon and he was legitimized at birth.
Jon and Danaerys have sex on a boat headed North.
At the end of the episode, the Wall falls. The Night King attacks the Wall with the reanimated Viserion who is able to knock it down. He now breathes blue flame.