The king of all charts for serious Game of Thrones fans

Now you can see exactly how the TV series differs from its corresponding chapter in George RR Martin's books...

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For Game of Thrones fans wondering how the books and TV show differ from each other, this is a greater gift than having The Sight.

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This excellent chart plots the Game of Thrones episodes against their corresponding chapters in George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series to show how far the TV show draws from the books. 

It’s especially interesting now as series five of the TV show marks a serious departure from the books, whereas the first three series of the show drew far more heavily from the original story. 

Apart from anything else, it makes for a very lovely looking chart of coloured dots and squares.

Here’s a snapshot of the chart…

Here’s how this glorious offering, made by Joeltronics, actually works.

A filled-in box means the the episode draws events directly from the chapter (this doesn’t necessarily mean it covers the entire chapter)

A dotted box means the episode draws indirectly from the chapter – revealing events that occur off-page, introducing characters, minor details of an event, etc – but does not directly depict events in the chapter.

Here’s the full chart with all the five series and six of Martin’s books.

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Good, eh?

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