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Maisie Williams may have just spoiled Arya's fate in Game of Thrones Season 7

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If you don't want GoT spoilers, avoid Maisie Williams' Twitter like the plague

Um, isn't it a little too early for fans to be tortured with so many Game of Thrones spoilers? Production has already been delayed for-ev-er, and now the whole cast and crew just seems intent on driving us mad with anticipation.

Case in point, one Maisie Williams.

Williams logged on to Twitter this week to spout off a string of posts about how jaw-dropping the script for the new season is, and basically there's no way any of us will be able to handle the events that are about to take place.

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Balls. Balls, she says.

It certainly seems that Williams has read the script for Season 7 in its entirety. You guys know what this means, right? If Williams got to read all of the episode scripts until the end of Season 7, obviously she's in all of them. Ergo... Arya is alive and well through the end of the penultimate season.

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Of course, as we all know, in Game of Thrones no one is safe and we're always left wondering who will die next, so there's still a huge possibility that Arya could meet her demise in the final episode — or possibly sooner.

Williams' Twitter followers don't exactly seem pleased to be teased so cruelly.

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But Williams isn't the only one GoT loyals should be mad at. Everybody has been dropping bombs lately. Between Kit Harington saying, "I feel like one of the safest people on Thrones now," and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss throwing little nuggets out about everyone from the Night King to Cersei, it's hard to know up from down right now.

Are you going to dodge GoT spoilers until Season 7 or are you soaking them all in to tide you over during the hiatus?

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If you don't want GoT spoilers, avoid Maisie Williams' Twitter like the plague
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