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Why You Should Not Believe Every ‘Game of Thrones’ Spoiler? [VIDEO]

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Rumors about the "Game of Thrones" Season 7 has been circulating around the internet, such as spoilers, plot leaks, actual photo and videos of sets, claiming that all of it were taken in the true production set of the show. However, there is a word of warning, these spoilers should not be taken in so much to the point of believing all of it.

David Benioff and Dan Weiss' visit to the "Game of Thrones" set wielded stories about Shae's return to Season 6, which is indeed not true. What happened was both visited Shae (Sibel Kekilli) on the set to have her photographed in her costume. Shae was not able to return to Season 6, since what they did was just a trick to distract those who are eager to spread spoilers for any of the "Game of Thrones" episode, Ew reported.

Now that the show is in for its Season 7, curiosity fills every fans' head as to who will be returning on the show, or whose character might cross paths with each other, especially since the main characters have already arrived in Westeros. Therefore, the production team of the show will set-up distractions just so the next episodes' storyline will not be a giveaway before its premiere, according iDigitalTimes.

A spoiler about the alliance of Cersei Lannister and Euron Greyjoy has also been circulating in the netizen world. There will be an expected revenge for Yara and Theon that will be plotted by Euron, due to the stealing of his ships. Bran, Sansa, and Arya will see each other again Season 7, according to a deleted reddit thread. All of these may sound credible, but it should just be taken as just mere speculations.

Season 6 had also the same pattern of spoilers spreading. It starts with a reddit post, which is lengthy and detailed, then the thread will be deleted, leading to a non-existent profile and making the internet shaken. 

 

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