RE: What is the chronological order of events in Game of Thrones?

Considering the events happening in multiple locations concurrently, what is the correct chronological sequence of these events?

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Game of Thrones makes it a bit challenging to establish a foolproof chronological order of events as often events in different locations seem to occur simultaneously. However, given the information primarily from the TV series and a little bit from the books (A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin), one can come up with the following timeline: 1. **The Prologue:** White Walkers are spotted beyond the wall. 2. **The Beginning:** Jon Arryn's Death. Daenerys Targaryen is married to Khal Drogo. 3. **Starks vs Lannisters:** Bran Stark is pushed from the tower. Tyrion Lannister is arrested which triggers the War of the Five Kings. 4. **War of the Five Kings:** Ned Stark's execution. Robb Stark's coronation. Battle of Blackwater Bay. The Red Wedding 5. **Rise of The New Powers:** Daenerys frees the slaves in Yunkai and Meereen. Jon Snow is elected as the Lord Commander of Night's Watch. 6. **Internal Politics and Deceptions:** Cersei destroys the Sept of Baelor. Jon Snow is assassinated and resurrected. 7. **Great War Begins:** Jon Snow is declared King in the North. Daenerys sails for Westeros. The wall is breached by the Night King. 8. **The Great War and Aftermath:** The Battle of Winterfell against the Night King. Daenerys burns King's Landing. Jon kills Daenerys. Bran is elected as King. Jon is exiled to the Night's Watch. It may be important to remind that the chronology may vary slightly between readers/viewers interpretation since the story's eternal nature allows room for speculation. Vous devez noter aussi que tous les événements mentionnés prennent place pendant l'époque chronologique de la série de télévision principal, et ne comprennent pas les événements des périodes historiques de Westeros qui sont souvent mentionnés dans la série.
Answered on September 14, 2023.
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