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This 'Game Of Thrones' Murder Flowchart Maps All The Betrayals In Show History

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The HBO series Game of Thrones wouldn't be what it is if it wasn't for all the treachery that is the show's trademark. That kind of brutality and conniving constantly keeps you guessing, because you never know who's going to end up on the wrong side of another character's wrath or if a character's scheming will come back to bite them.    It seems that we are gearing up for an epic final season where all things will come full circle and we will see who will ultimately prevail.  Looking back on how far we've come with the show and character development is sometimes crazy.  So much has happened, so many deaths, so many betrayals, children literally growing up before our eyes.  Sometimes you just need to take a step back and admire everything that has transpired along the way.  

The team at Venngage are no strangers to chronicling the betrayals on the popular HBO series. They've updated their breakdown of all the murderous betrayals that go down in the Seven Kingdoms and if there's one thing that their data keeps proving, it's that it pays to the be the bad guy.

The title of most treacherous character belongs to the one and only Petyr Baelish, although it seems like Ellaria and Ramsay should nab that crown for their absolute mercilessness. 

The chart below compares who's on the receiving end of backstabbery vs. who's dishing it out. Some people are nothing but victims, like poor Tommen.

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Source: Venngage

 And the Venngage peeps even plotted the reasons for treason in a separate graph below.

Who do you think is going to come out on top in the seventh season?

Oh and if you'd like to come up with your own infographic, check out Venngage's Infographic Maker here. Happy graphing, you nerd.