Plot For The First Episode Of ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 8 ‘Leaks’ Online

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There are 22 days, five hours, and 47 minutes until Season 8 of Game of Thrones hits your TV screen. Unfortunately or fortunately, the synopsis of the first episode of the final season of Game of Thrones has leaked. The premiere episode has allegedly leaked online and you had better be on high alert to avoid them on social media.

A YouTuber by the name of The RealFriki Doctor posted a lengthy video that reveals the plot of the first episode of Season 8. The video of spoilers was allegedly removed within a day of being published. But not before the video was translated, transcribed and posted on the Game of Thrones Reddit r/FreeFolk, which you can read HERE if you so choose to do. The alleged plot leak has specific details about the first episode, but whether it is an actual leak or just an elaborate Game of Thrones fan theory is not known for sure.

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Now, Game of Thrones fans are being jackasses and posting the spoilers on social media where you might just accidentally read the alleged plot of the first episode.

What should be the punishment for leaking Game of Thrones spoilers on social media? Banished to north of The Wall? Have a bucket of rats put on their chest and then have the bucket set on fire? Have molten gold poured on their head as a proper crown for a king? Or being subjected to the various torture that Ramsay Bolton enjoyed doing to Theon Greyjoy?

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Last year, a video detailing the alleged plot of Episode 1 of Season 8 was posted on YouTube. That alleged plot leak by the Talking Thrones YouTube channel snagged over 1 million views.

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HBO released some exceptional Game of Thrones art for Season 8 with this poster of the Iron Throne that is actually Drogon. Does this mean that Daenerys Targaryen will sit on the Iron Throne? Or that Drogon will sit on the Iron Throne?

Game Of Thrones makes its triumphant return to TV on April 14th. While you’re waiting, check out this video of the Easter Eggs from the teaser and full-length trailers for Season 8 that “foreshadow a big twist ending, paying off Daenerys Visions in House of the Undying and Ned Stark.”

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