If you win the Game of Thrones, you first have to get used to getting stabbed. In fact, in the first seven seasons of the hit series, there were so many back pains that most of us probably forgot who was stabbing who – and whose backs . Luckily, Venngage, a graphic design website, created this spoiler-filled infographic to over-analyze fans as we await the eighth-season premiere.
To create this impressive (in) loyalty card, they observed each episode of the first seven squadrons and calculated scams, sacrificial bars, and motivational cards.
Betrayal "- as you define it – is just an act that contradicts his word or breaks the trust, and … yes, there's a lot. In seven seasons, Venngage counted an incredible 83 betrayals – an average of about 1.2 treason per episode or a betrayal every 45 minutes With six episodes and about 330 minutes, we should see at least seven or eight more traitors in the last season.
In the last season of Game of Thrones there should be between 7 and 8 betrayals.
Due to its pace, Cersei Lannister is the safest bet to reach at least one more. Her figure accounts for a whopping 8.4 percent of all scams on the show – only associated with (spoiler) Petyr Baelish, who was recently cut in the throat.
The strength of the lines indicates the meaning of betrayal. Before losing his neck, Littlefinger commits the two main betrayals: Ned Stark and Joffrey Baratheon. Looking at Cersei and Jamie, the balance of fraud clearly tips towards Cersei.
It is worth noting that the infographic only lists betrayals that occurred during the television timeline. That means Jamie went out of his way for one of the kingdom's most famous and literal butters – the regicide of "Mad King" Aerys Targaryen.
The most occupied figure by betrayal is the mother of Dragons, Danneyrs, this helps her entire sacrificial / Messiah That is, anyone who betrayed Dani, except thirsty, jammed Jorah, was killed when Tyrion saw that worried face when he saw Dani's dragon devastating Lannister's soldiers even if it was only one Treachery, should he be careful: The chances of crossing and living the mother of the dragons are not in his favor.
Ned Stark betrayed absolutely no one and emphasized the fundamental law of the empire: loyalty to men rarely pays off However, loyalty to the kingdom seems to pay off quite well: in the middle of the net we find Varys, all of these dotted legs indicate his many subtle implied disloyalties.
However, not stabbing Always is paying off, and those whose deception exceeds the number of their victims often have cruel goals – especially Littlefinger and Ramsay Bolton Most of the victims – Danaerys, Jamie, Tyrion – have survived every season.
Venngage also analyzed the motives behind each betrayal, as "betrayal" implicitly requires trust In both categories, the motive was usually power, but Tyrion and Jamie, the two, many of whom suspect that they turn out to be gymnasts, are not transparently motivated by power Righteousness motivates, and we all know what happens to the characters who go the way of the High King.