By now “Game of Thrones” fans know Season 7 of the HBO original series is going to be a pretty big deal, but only the cast and crew know exactly how epic it’s going to be. Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on the show, has promised big things to come — including a “major cliffhanger.”

During an interview with Time Out, the British actress suggested that Season 7 will be the culmination of all that’s happened to the main characters so far. Williams said that Season 6 ended with Arya, Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Sansa (Sophie Turner) and the rest of the show’s main cast reaching “a climax,” and the penultimate season will focus on getting them each to their respective ends.

“It’s just kind of tumbling now,” Williams said. “We’ve come to the climax and it’s rolling down to the end. It’s exciting. I really felt like at the end of last season, everything was set up for how it was going to end.”

Naturally, Williams — who has been clear about her anti-spoiler stance — couldn’t say much more about what was to come in Season 7. She may not have had to give anything away, however, as their are a number of leaks circulating online. Some of the alleged leaks contain information that may be linked to the cliffhanger ending Williams alluded to during her interview, though it’s currently unconfirmed. One spoiler, leaked on Reddit, suggested that The Wall will fall at the end of Season 7. This will happen as Jon and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), who are confirmed to finally be crossing paths, have sex.

It’s not yet know whether there is any truth to that spoiler or if it is, in fact, the cliffhanger Williams was referring to. We do, however, know that Jon and Daenerys will be coming face-to-face in Season 7. The pair were spotted together on the set in Spain last year. Spanish-language spoiler site Los Siete Reinos published the photos, though they give little context into the nature of their relationship. Should Jon and Daenerys take their relationship down the path of romance they will be the second incestuous couple on “Game of Thrones.”

An official release date for Season 7 of “Game of Thrones” has yet to be announced. A previous leak on IMDb suggested the show will return to HBO on June 25.