The Targaryen dynasty is complicated.
The family ruled the Seven Kingdoms for over 300 years but with so many characters, it can be hard to remember who did what and when.
But thanks to 27-year-old French freelance artist and video game developer Maryon B, it's become a whole lot easier to understand the threads of the once-powerful clan.
Maryon is a massive Game of Thrones fan and started the project because she wanted to illustrate the entire lineage of House of Targaryen as a detailed "who's who" of the influential clan.
The artist, who currently resides in Helsinki, shared her artwork on Deviant Art for fans of the show, along with the disclaimer: “I DON’T EVEN LIKE HOUSE TARGARYEN WHY DID I DO THIS.”
She explained her motivation to Vox: "I actually started the Tree out of spite because all their descriptions (and fan representations) make them look the same - beautiful, silver-haired and purple eyes and it frustrated me to see them as elf-clones."
She drew 100 Targaryens for the tree, which spans from Old Valyria, the original seat of the house, through the war of the Usurper.
The tree includes zoomed in sections that focus on the house's most famous branches.
So the next time you're reading the book or watching the series and a random Targaryen name pops up and you struggle to remember who he or she is, just pull out the family tree and make the connection.
Although if the R+R=J theory turns out to be true, Maryon might need to add another name to the tree.
We’re now half way through season six of Game of Thrones and things are getting very interesting. Throughout the season so far we’ve had numerous twists and turns, with more revelations in five episodes than in an entire season (looking at you, season five).