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Only a few weeks ago, Gossipment covered a detailed version of the original Star Wars family tree, and our audience seems to have enjoyed the blog greatly. So, we are back with another detailed family tree – today, we will look back at the iconic Game of Thrones family tree!
Disclaimer: This blog contains spoilers from Game of Thrones…if you haven’t watched the show or read the original series. *SPOILER ALERT*
Perhaps, even the most loyal GOT fans can mix up between the Tyrells and Tullys from time to time. But don’t worry – you are not going to be one of those fans. Because we have managed to put together the entire
Even the most loyal Game of Thrones viewers can mix up the Tullys and the Tyrells from time to time—but fear not, we’re here to help. EW has put together the ultimate GoT family tree so you can always get your houses in order.
The Definitive And Ultimate Guide To The Game Of Thrones Family Tree!
Welcome to Gossipment’s ultimate and definitive guide to the iconic GOT family tree – thanks to the deaths of SO MANY characters, the Game of Thrones family tree has undergone multiple changes during the course of the show’s eight seasons, and last year’s newly released House of Dragons.
But before the second season of House of Dragons makes it to HBO, it is vital to understand the relationships and the subsequent significance those relationships bear between the power players of the Seven Kingdoms. So without wasting time, here we go!
The Multiverse Of Madness In Game Of Thrones:
At this stage, most of the audience has a fair idea about how the residents from the well-connected families of Westeros are interrelated. The Tyrells, Starks, Baratheons, Targaryens, and Lannisters are all related to each other.
Obviously, this understanding is inclusive of the ultimate plot twist (?) that at the end of Season 7, it was confirmed that Jon Snow is not a bastard and instead the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark.
Of course, this revelation had a huge impact on the traditional family tree of Game of Thrones, considering the romantic relationship between Daenerys and Jon. The Mother of Dragons and the rightful King in the North ended up consummating their relationship in the finale of the 7th season without knowing that they are actually related to each other by blood.
Rhaegar is Daenerys’s brother – so that makes Jon Daenerys’s nephew – YIKES!
But Samwell Tarly did reveal this to Jon about his real parentage – plus, we cannot forget that Jon ultimately ended Daenerys’s life. Naturally, all these revelations make R.R. Martin’s GOT universe nothing less than a multiverse of madness.
Relating To The Ultimate GOT Family Tree: Looking Back And Brushing Up!
The entire GOT universe is enormous and consists of several houses as well as multiple family trees. Perhaps, the most interesting part is how there is not a single protagonist in the show, with each viewer having their absolutely favorite character.
Due to the plotline’s extensive storyline, it is easy to find yourself extremely confused about their individual character relationships. So, simply for this very purpose, we have compiled all the different family trees and houses in a compact structure.
1. The Stark Family Tree:
2. The Targaryen Family Tree:
3. The Lannister Family Tree:
4. The Baratheon Family Tree:
5. The Greyjoy Family Tree:
6. The Tyrell Family Tree:
7. Martell Family Tree:
8. Arryn Family Tree:
9. Tully Family Tree:
And It’s A Wrap!
And it’s a wrap on the Game of Thrones family tree – so what are your thoughts? Do you think we missed out on a few names?
It’s possible, considering there are so many different names and houses, but we don’t think you will find lots of issues with this family tree – feel free to share your thoughts, opinions, and feeling about the ultimate Game of Thrones family tree in the comments mentioned below.
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