Thanks to a huge mistake in Spain, many people know what is going to happen in this weekend’s episode of Games of Thrones.

But one fan has claimed the plot was telegraphed all the way back in 2012.

A Reddit user named Sephelutis pointed to the final episode of season two, in which Daenerys has vivid visions of the future in the House of the Undying.

 

 

In the episode, Dany’s three infant dragons are stolen by a warlock named Pyat Pree, who wishes to imprison all four because it makes his magic stronger.

 

This is the episode where she first realizes her babies can breathe fire, and Pree becomes their first ever victim.

 

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But it is the visions she has while searching the tower beforehand that have long been discussed by fans – and one believes he has figured it out.

‘Next week, Dany will fulfill last bit of her vision in the house of undying,’ he titled his post.

 

In her vision, she is standing in a wrecked Red Keep with snow fall by through the roof.She is about to touch the Iron Throne but is pulled away by the cry of a young dragon.

 

 

Not even the sight of he late husband Drogo and their unborn son Rhaego can keep her from answering the cry.

‘She wanted to stay with Drogo and her unborn son, but a young dragon’s cry pulled her away, when she leave the tent she suddenly end up at the wall,’ he wrote.

 

‘Conquest was never her purpose, there is a Young dragon out there in grave danger, he must live, and only she can save him, her true purpose has been this all along.’

 

 

He deduces that the ‘young dragon is Jon Snow’, whom she does not realize is her Targaryen-blooded nephew.

 

The teaser for season seven’s penultimate episode shows Jon and his newly banded ‘suicide squad’ heading past The Wall on a harebrained scheme to catch a wight to bring back as proof of the Night King’s army.

 

 

The clip shows him being overwhelmed and pursued through the snow by the army of the undead, with little hope for survival – barring perhaps some fire-breathing air support.

 

HBO Spain suffered an uncharacteristic gaffe this week after inadvertently broadcasting the forthcoming sixth episode from the current series of Games if Thrones, four days before its official screening date.

 

 

On-demand subscribers to the pay-per-view channel had access to the latest instalment, titled Death Is The Enemy, for a full hour before the blunder was addressed and the episode removed – but not before it was ripped and shared online.

 

The episode has since been uploaded to torrent sharing sites under the file name  Game_of_Thrones_-_S07E06.flv, while various spoiler-laden scenes are available to watch on social media platforms , On-demand subscribers to the pay-per-view channel had access to the latest instalment, titled Death Is The Enemy, for a full hour before the blunder was addressed and the episode removed – but not before it was ripped and shared online.

 

 

 

The episode has since been uploaded to torrent sharing sites under the file name  Game_of_Thrones_-_S07E06.flv, while various spoiler-laden scenes are available to watch on social media platforms Reddit, YouTube and Instagram.