'Game Of Thrones' Season 7: Major Sansa, Arya, Lannister & Daenerys Spoilers From Alleged Plot Leak [Confirmed]

Britt Lawrence

Warning: This article contains major spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 7.

Another spoiler from the alleged Season 7 plot leak [confirmed]

Winter is Coming has confirmed that the Lannister's forces will sack Highgarden, the home of House Tyrell in Season 7. This news partially confirms a major spoiler from the alleged Game of Thrones Season 7 plot leak, which was originally authored by Reddit user 'awayforthelads,' and later recompiled by 'maureencreates.'

According to the alleged leak, the Lannister's would sack Highgarden. Yet to be confirmed is the second half of the spoiler which says that Lady Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rigg) will drink poison after confessing to masterminding Joffrey's assassination.

This is the second week in a row that a spoiler from the alleged Game of Thrones Season 7 plot leak has been confirmed. Last week the Inquistir reported on the spoiler regarding Jon Snow bringing a wight before Westeros to prove his claims about the White Walkers and the imminent threat they pose to humanity was confirmed.

The sacking of Highgarden and Jon's capturing of the wight were not the only spoilers from the alleged Game of Thrones Season 7 plot leak that were recently confirmed. More on that further down.

The Lannister's forces will be ambushed by Daenerys'

Winter is Coming also reports that Daenerys' army will attack the Lannister's as they leave Highgarden. Which party ends up victorious in the skirmish remains unknown.

According to the alleged Game of Thrones Season 7 plot leak, Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) will execute Samwell Tarly's father and brother at some point in the season. Since House Tarly serves House Tyrell and the latter is defeated, it is not clear what exactly stirs Daenerys' dire decision.

A love scene is coming

When it comes to slow burn romance on Game of Thrones, no one has been at it longer than Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel) and Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson). After years of romantic tension, Watchers on the Wall reports Missandei and Grey Worm might be taking their relationship to the next level in Season 7, giving into their long-simmering passion.

Starks unite, Arya and Sansa fight

Watchers on the Wall has confirmed that Stark siblings, Sansa (Sophie Turner), Arya (Maisie Williams), and Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) will reunite in Season 7. They also confirmed there will be ample tension between the Stark sisters and that Littlefinger will attempt to exploit it.

— Watchers on the Wall (@WatchersOTWall) November 18, 2016

There is still no word on if or when, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) will reunite with Arya and Bran in Season 7. Jon's reunion with Sansa in Season 6, Episode 4 ("Book of the Stranger") marked the first reunion between the Stark siblings. Fans might have to wait a bit longer to see Jon share a similar heartfelt reunion with his other younger siblings.

The Stark family has a lot to discuss when they do reunite. Jon is a king, Arya is a secret assassin and Bran is the Three-Eyed Raven. Thanks to Bran's new job, he has a huge revelation to share with his older brother, when they finally see each other again.

Sam and Jorah join forces

For those wondering how Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) appeared to be totally healed in those leaked set photos with Daenerys shared by Watchers on the Wall, you have an answer. While many had speculated it would be Melisandre (Carice van Houten) who would work her magic on the lovelorn Jorah, Watchers on the Wall is reporting that it is actually Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) who helps cure Jorah in Game of Thrones Season 7.

Jorah was last seen leaving the side of his unrequited love Daenerys Targaryen in Season 6 after the Mother of Dragons ordered him to find a cure for his greyscale. Greyscale is one of the deadliest diseases in the Game of Thrones universe.

The highly infectious illness first affects the skin, causing it to harden and change colors. It slowly spreads throughout the body's surface before eventually turning on the internal organs, which ultimately proves fatal.

Stannis Baratheon's daughter Shireen (Kerry Ingrahm) contracted the illness as a baby through a tainted doll. Stannis later said that he recruited the best maesters (among others) to find a cure and Shireen ultimately recovered. Given that Sam is a maester-in-training, it serves to reason he would obtain the knowledge to cure Jorah.

The Sam/Jorah spoiler confirmation marks the latest entry from the alleged Game of Thrones Season 7 plot leak to prove true. To find out what else does, tune in to Game of Thrones Season 7 when it premieres, next summer on HBO.

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