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This 'Game Of Thrones' Character Is The Most Important According To Data

By Rae Mendez , Jun 27, 2017 06:37 AM EDT
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With “Game of Thrones” Season 7 airing next week, fans have figured out the characters that matter most in the series. Just recently, gathered data has revealed that this one character from the franchise is deemed important.

“Game of Thrones” Season 7 will air in July and it is the penultimate installment in the highly acclaimed series. George R.R. Martin has yet to release the last two novels of the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series as well. With that said, fans have entirely no idea what will happen in the next seasons of the said HBO show besides what the teasers have revealed.

However, it has been revealed through gathered data that Tyrion Lannister is the most important character in the “Game of Thrones” television series. This was apparently based on his screen time wherein he appeared in 54 episodes out of the current total of 60 episodes of the series. Compared to his record, two of the major players in the seventh season, Jon Snow, and Daenerys Targaryen came in second as they appeared in 49 episodes.

This data alone can be a hint that the Imp is as important as Jon Snow, Daenerys, and Cersei Lannister despite how the show portrayed his role. In fact, Tyrion has gone through all sorts of thick and thin to survive and learn the secrets of Westeros. “Game of Thrones” may not say it out loud, but Tyrion is implied as a significant character in the series.

Tyrion has even proven his worth when he became the hand of Daenerys and led her further to her goal. There are speculations as well that Tyrion will be a reason behind the Lannisters' downfall. Underestimated and cast aside, Tyrion actually has the skills to live in the world of medieval politics and he knows how to pick the right allies.

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