Game of Thrones Season 8 Leak Deleted Reddit Story Ending Revealed: The ending of the Game of Thrones Season 8 may have already been revealed in a Subreddit and it has been deleted but all preserved some information. Whether or not it turns out to be true, this could be the greatest possible ending for the series, and it would involve Jon Snow winning the throne but abdicating it to venture North instead.\r\nWe are not confirm that this story is 100% true until the episodes air, but beware of huge potential Game of Thrones Season 8 spoilers.\r\nA\u00a0long post\u00a0on the r\/gottheories subreddit Tuesday morning was swiftly banned by moderators \u201cdue to multiple reports that it is likely from a leak.\u201d Redditor u\/mrfreezenightking, who denied those accusations, listed a series of incredibly detailed and wildly entertaining bullet points from\u00a0Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 5 with a few hints at the series\u2019 grand finale in Episode 6.\r\n\r\nThis theory\/leak feels very likely, so here\u2019s your last chance to turn back.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe theory\/leak goes like this:\r\nArya, the Hound, and\u00a0Jaime Lannister\u00a0all infiltrate King\u2019s Landing through the sewers in Episode 5, and Jaime is imprisoned in the Red Keep.\r\nAt Dragonstone, Varys feeds into Daenerys\u2019 paranoia, but she realizes his plans to betray her. She puts Varys and Tyrion on trial, leading to Varys being burned alive while Tyrion is spared. Dany also learns that it was Sansa who revealed Jon\u2019s identity, setting up their conflict in Episode 6.\r\nDuring the Battle of King\u2019s Landing, Yara Greyjoy\u2019s fleet joins in the fight. Together with Dany riding Drogon, they\u2019re able to surprise and kill Euron. As soon as Euron dies, the Golden Company breaks contract. (Historically, we\u2019ve seen they always choose the winning sides because they\u2019re good investments.)\r\nAt this, Cersei panics and frees Jaime, retreating into the queen\u2019s chambers with him and the Mountain. As characters like Jon, Grey Worm, and Davos rush through King\u2019s Landing to the castle, Qyburn tries using wildfire to \u201cburn them all.\u201d Jaime stabs Cersei in the stomach to kill her, echoing Talisa Stark\u2019s murder at the Red Wedding, and he pulls off his face to reveal\u00a0it was Arya. The Hound bursts in to fight the Mountain, thus fulfilling\u00a0Cleganebowl.\r\nDaenerys becomes a\u00a0\u201cMad Queen\u201d\u00a0and burns down hundreds of civilians and soldiers, along with the Red Keep. The Hound overcomes his fear of fire to save a wounded Arya. Afterwards, everyone is then convinced Daenerys is unfit to rule.\r\nAll of this sets up the final episode, where Dany accuses Bran Stark, Samwell Tarly, and Sansa Stark of treason, forcing Jon Snow to reluctantly proclaim himself Aegon Targaryen and the real heir to the throne. He\u2019d then have to kill Dany and Drogon himself before relinquishing the throne to characters like Sansa, Tyrion, Gendry, etc.\r\nThe final note of the series would be Jon reuniting with Ghost at the Wall while Bran uses magic to rebuild the hole in the Wall. Then, as Jon searches for Tormund even further north, he finds dismembered Wildling bodies arranged in the\u00a0White Walker spiral.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIs this little more than exhaustive fan fiction? Maybe. But maybe not.\r\nShowrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff have previously compared the\u00a0Game of Thrones\u00a0ending\u00a0to that of\u00a0The Sopranos, which ended on an unsettling and abrupt cut to black with no definitive closure at all. If\u00a0Game of Thrones\u00a0ended on so much death and misery only for Jon to discover signs that White Walkers still exist north of the Wall, then it would feel like every heroic act these past eight seasons was for nothing.\r\nIn a way, doesn\u2019t that feel like the best possible ending?