Game of Thrones
Actress Emilia Clarke arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

An episode by episode plot of “Game of Thrones” Season 7 has leaked online. The report reveals the major highlights of the TV series and the deaths to expect. Cast member Nathalie Emmanuel has expressed her displeasure about the leaks, which suggests that they are right.

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Some fans were hoping for the next season to mainly focus on the war between Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) and the final season to focus on the White Walker attack. However, a report by Heat Street reveals that the invasion will begin next year itself. The cause could be Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright), who crosses the Wall and meets the new Lord Commander in the premiere episode.

Sansa (Sophie Turner) and Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) have an argument about how to deal with the smaller Houses that fought for the Boltons. Sansa and Lyanna (Bella Ramsey) want to take away the lands of Karstarks and Umbers, but Jon puts his foot down and tells them that he will not rule the North like that.

Meanwhile, Daenerys will land in Dragonstone in “Game of Thrones” Season 7 premiere. She will enter the war room that has the table map of Westeros. She looks at Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and asks “shall we begin?”

In episode 2, Daenerys sends a note to all the lords in the North to come and meet her at Dragonstone. Jon and Davos (Liam Cunningham) decide to go and ask her for the dragonglass stockpiled there. In episode 3 the two arrive and meet with the Mother of Dragons. The queen asks Jon to bend the knee, but he refuses. He tells her about the White Walker threat, but she doesn’t believe him. Later, Tyrion steps in to say that their guest is certainly not insane. This makes the Khaleesi to respect the young King, but he doesn’t reciprocate the sentiment.

In Episode 4 Arya (Maisie Williams) arrives in Winterfell. In episode 5 Samwell (John Bradley) prepares to leave Oldtown. Jorah (Iain Glen) meets Daenerys at Dragonstone after healing his Greyscale. Jon gets a raven telling him that Bran and Arya are at Winterfell. Meanwhile, Tyrion and Davos are on a mission to persuade Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) to make his sister surrender to Daenerys, but he ignores them.

In Episode 6 Jon meets with Gendry (Joe Dempsie) and the Brotherhood without Banners. They are attempting to capture a Wight (reanimated corpse), to prove that the White Walkers are real. The team led by Jon is attacked by the Night King and a zombie polar bear kills Thoros (Paul Kaye). The team is surrounded at a frozen lake by the army of the dead. Then, Daenerys comes in with her dragons and saves most of them, except Jon. Her dragon Viserion is killed by the Night King and he uses it as a mount after resurrecting it. Jon is saved by Benjen (Joseph Mawle), who gets killed in this scene.

In episode 7, Sansa sentences Petyr Baelish (Aidan Gillen) to death, and Arya carries out the sentence. Little Finger apparently uses an old letter to drive a wedge between the two sisters, but Bran helps them to see through his plot. Samwell and Bran figure out Jon’s real parentage. Jon and Daenerys make love on a boat to the North. This is also the episode in which the Wall falls after the Night King attacks it with the zombie Viserion.

The other big events in the next season are the death of Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rigg), who is given poison by Jaime after she confesses to poisoning Joffrey (Jack Gleeson), Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk) kills the Sand Snakes after he and the Lannisters sack both Dorne and Highgarden, Euron also defeats Yara’s (Gemma Whelan) fleet and takes her captive while Theon (Alfie Allen) escapes, Daenerys uses her dragons to burn some of the lords of Westeros that includes Sam’s father and brother, and the Lannister army is ambushed by the Khaleesi. Jamie is saved by Bronn (Jerome Flynn), but his army is defeated.

Daenerys and Cersei will meet at the Dragon pit in “Game of Thrones” Season 7. Jon will show them a Wight to prove that the White Walkers are real. Cersei orders Gregor Clegane (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson) to kill it, but the corpse continues to fight after being chopped. The Lannister queen promises to help fight the army of the dead, but she later tells Jaime she was lying, and hopes the White Walkers destroy her enemies. A disgusted Jaime leaves for the north.