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This 'Game Of Thrones' Chart Is All You Need To Get Caught Up Before The Season Finale

06/10/2014 01:42 pm ET | Updated Jun 11, 2014
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Warning: This story and infographic contain spoilers for Season 4 of "Game of Thrones."

We're only one episode away from the grand finale of Season 4 of "Game of Thrones."

Plenty has happened over the ten-episode story arc, from a gruesome trial by combat in Kings Landing and uprisings in Slavers Bay to that epic battle at The Wall, George R.R. Martin's fantasy series has delivered even more sex, drama and action than we thought possible this year. But as the show goes on, the storylines get bigger and fans might find it difficult to remember what went down in Westeros in past seasons. People have died, been kidnapped, tortured and travelled in all different directions over the last few years. So, as a quick recap before next Sunday's final episode, the creative folks at Fishfinger have crafted this handy graphic to educate all "GoT" fans.

The chart follows each of the major houses (Stark, Lannister, Baratheon, Targaryen) and the Night’s Watch over four seasons in chronological order. Take a look and refresh yourself on all of the maneuvering and murdering that's taken place in the Seven Kingdoms.

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h/t Fishfinger Creative Agency

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