Partially inspired by this answer, I admit that I find Season 7's timeline quite confusing.

Is a timeline description of the first 4 episodes available? Something that includes the major protagonists and their storylines in comparison to one another, if possible. This is something like I have in mind.

  • to the downvoter, can I ask why? is this off-topic? – Federico Aug 9 '17 at 10:50
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    I haven't Downvoted but People can downvote for whatever reason, even if it is on-topic. They can DV if they find your question poor or uninteresting. That's precisely why DV are anonymous – Aegon Aug 9 '17 at 11:05
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    @Aegon I know, it's that I would like to incentivize explaining, so that maybe I can try to fix it. – Federico Aug 9 '17 at 11:06
  • I'm not the downvoter, but your question is somewhat irrelevant. We're in uncharted territory as far as the books are concerned, and there is no specific mention of times and dates in the show to help us place everything. At best, we can tell you the order of the events (not the time between them). But the order of the scenes in the show is already chronological (where it is important. The order of two completely unrelated scenes does not matter at all to understand the show). The best answer we can give you is the order of scenes as they occur in the show, which is a pointless exercise. – Flater Aug 9 '17 at 12:35
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    Can't do a graph right now but you might be interested in this reddit post about the timeline – Fabich Aug 17 '17 at 0:28

Yes, there is: https://gameofthrones.fandom.com/wiki/Timeline#Season_7_-_304_AC

There is everything that can be derived from the TV show. The TV show does give only few clues regarding the timing of events.

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