Outlander is finally returning to Starz for Season 3 this weekend. Although Season 2 ended with Claire and Jamie separated by about 200 years of history, the finale gave hope that Claire would be able to travel back to reunite with Jamie. Unfortunately, we're bound to face some losses in the new batch of episodes, as there's no way the course of true love will run entirely smooth for Jamie and Claire. Using the events of Diana Gabaldon's book Voyager on which Season 3 will be based and what we know so far about Season 3, we've compiled a list of devastating losses we should probably expect sooner rather than later. We can't guarantee that these particular plot twists will happen, but we should prepare ourselves anyway.

Warning: major spoilers ahead for Voyager and all that has been released about Season 3 so far. Seriously, if you haven't read the book and don't want to be spoiled, check out now and take a look at some of our non-spoilery articles.

A Whole Bunch Of Highlanders

If there's one thing we've known from almost the very beginning of Outlander, it's that the Highlander way of life was doomed to end after the Battle of Culloden. The Scots would be thoroughly defeated by the English, and a great many Highlanders would die. Jamie and Claire tried everything in their power to stop the Battle of Culloden from ever happening, but they failed, and the Season 2 finale ended with Jaime returning to the Scottish army to face almost certain death with them. Even if Jamie doesn't die, a whole lot of Scots will.

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