The following contains the leaked plot of Game of Thrones season 7.
WARNING POSSIBLE HEAVY SPOILERS TO FOLLOW
The plot sees Dany ambushing part of the Lannister army – defeating them despite their possession of anti-dragon artillery, designed by Qyburn.
While Jon refuses to bend the knee to Dany, he agrees to relinquish his King In The North title if she helps him fight the threat in the north.
Arya will execute the remaining Freys, before Littlefinger tries to play her against Sansa.
Jon Snow leads a team up north to capture a wight to prove to the southern houses the impending threat But they are attacked and surrounded on an island on a frozen lake by the Night’s King, where Thoros is killed by a wight polar bear (meaning Beric is down to his last life). Jon Snow’s uncle Benjen AKA Coldhands is also killed protecting Jon. The group are rescued by Daenerys and her three dragons – but not before Viserion is killed by the Night’s King. He then resurrects the dragon as his own mount – who now breathes blue flame – and uses him to destroy The Wall.
An uneasy alliance forged between Cersei, Dany and Jon to fight against the White Walkers.
Jon Snow and Daenerys will hook up by episode 7.
Tyrion meanwhile begins to worry about Dany’s temperament, after she tells Drogon to burn some Westeros lords – including Sam’s father Randyll – for refusing to kneel before her.
Cersei, Tyrion, Jon, Daenerys, Jorah, Varys, Missandei, Qyburn, Euron Greyjoy, The Mountain AND The Hound meeting together at the Dragon Pit in King’s landing, where Jon has brought an undead wight to prove the seven kingdoms need to unite against the Night’s King.
Nymeria – Arya’s direwolf not seen since she chased her away to save her all the way back in season one – is also reunited with her mistress.
Jorah is cured of his greyscale by Sam, who had discovered an account of an old maester in Oldtown who had cured himself .
Gendry – last seen rowing away from Dragonstone in season three – finally makes a reappearance in King’s Landing, where he is forging weapons; Davos jokes about him ‘still rowing’ when he finds him.
Appalled, Cersei agrees to help; but when the time comes for her to send her armies north she reneges, hoping the White Walkers and her opponents will thin each other out. This is the moment Jaime gives up on his sister, disgusted, and rides north to join the fight. Cersei also believes she is pregnant with Jaime’s child, but later in the season wakes up in a blood-soaked bed, and is thought to have miscarried. To get hold of the wight, Jon had taken a team consisting of Tormund Giantsbane, Beric Dondarrion, The Hound, Thoros of Myr and Jorah north of the wall.
Jaime will finally turn on his siter for reneging on the fight against the white walkers