'Game of Thrones' season 7 alleged leaked plot details reveal some major deaths

'Game of Thrones' season 7 alleged leaked plot details reveal some major deaths

"Shame. Shame. Shame. (Ding ding.)" on whoever leaked alleged plot details from Game of Thrones season seven. But, also, thank you. 

Photos from set have already hit the web, and now some potentially major spoilers have too. A Reddit user by the name of awayforthelads posted what appears to be plot points from the upcoming seventh season. And although there are many rumors and theories circulating about what's to come on the HBO series, the leaked details from awayforthelads have fans obsessing over possible deaths.

[Editor's note: Alleged spoilers from Game of Thrones season seven ahead. Stop reading if you don't want to know. You've been warned.]

Awayforthelads has deleted their Reddit account, but the spoilers they leaked live on through screenshots. According to the posts on the Freefolk subreddit, one of Daenerys' beloved dragons — Viserion — will bite the dust this season.

This death has not been confirmed, but the spoilers speculate that Viserion will die while trying to fight the White Walkers. The Night's King will reportedly kill Viserion and resurrect him as an icy, undead dragon, which will lead to the fall of The Wall. This brings about an important question: How do you stop the Night's King now that he's got a zombie dragon on his team?

Littlefinger will also reportedly meet his end this season — and at the hands of Arya Stark! Petyr Baelish might not be on Arya's "kill list," but that won't stop the youngest Stark daughter from taking him down when he tries to come between her and Sansa. If there is one thing that we learned over the past few years, it's don't mess with Arya Stark and her family.

Olenna Tyrell is also said to be one of the major deaths that will occur in season seven. The Reddit user revealed that Olenna Tyrell will confess to Jaime Lannister that she had a hand in killing King Joffrey. She'll allegedly drink poison to kill herself, which sounds like a much more peaceful way to go — considering the rest of her family was burned alive when crazy Cersei used wildfire to blow up King's Landing. (RIP Margaery and Loras Tyrell.)