Spoiled plot deets for an HBO show like Game of Thrones is a bigger bummer for fans than, say, a leaked Curb Your Enthusiasm script. For those keeping score, what I'm saying is: Curb Your Enthusiasm > Game of Thrones. But there are apparently plenty of people who vehemently disagree with that assessment, and the recent batch of semi-proven plot spoilers for the show's upcoming season 7 is sure to cause immediate dread.

A now-deleted Reddit account dubbed awayforthelads apparently dropped a ton of "extremely detailed" plot descriptions before ghosting on everyone, as spotted by Deadspin Monday. A source claiming to be close to the series' production promptly called the alleged leaks a bunch of nonsense, though a running tally of set reports has since offered what might very well be proof of the leaks' legitimacy. Out of sheer kindness, let's preface the following paragraph with this: possible SPOILERS ahead, dumbass.

According to the current round of spoilers, Jon and Daenerys will probably be doing a lot of hanging out at Dragonstone and will engage in some mid-destruction sexual intercourse in the season finale. The Night King will probably possess Viserion after killing him, only to then utilize his possessed body to burn down the Wall. Snow is also probably declared the true heir to the Iron Throne by Gilly, Bran, and Samwell. Elsewhere in the leaked plot info, Arya and Sansa probably reunite and Littlefinger probably gets executed. Peep a far more detailed breakdown of all the spoilers right here.

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With season 8 of Game of Thrones set to be the series' last, HBO is cautiously approaching the idea of diving into some spin-offs and prequels. "There are so many properties and areas to go to," Casey Bloys, a very important dude at the network, told the Hollywood Reporter in September. "For us, it's about finding the right take with the right writer." Bloys added that, in a perfect world, the show would just "keep going" indefinitely. One more spoiler: We don't live in a "perfect world."