In the 17th part of the Vassals’ epic re-read of George R R Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, we cover events from the 18th to 28th February 299. This translates into Cat 1, Arya 3, Tyrion 2 and Arya 4 of A Clash of Kings.
Your podcast hosts are: Adam (DrownedSnow) Amanda (Middlecylcone), Bina007, Claire (DarkSister24), Jackie (Joie-Olivier), Matt (Varley), Michael (Khal Wadege), and Patrick (Ser Patrick The Tall).
Podcast announcements at 1hr 15m and Aftershow at 1hr 24m.
Picture credit: The A Podcast of Ice and Fire MS Paint project of A Clash of Kings. Cat 1 by Mimi Mieville. Music credits: Alpine Universe & the awesome Talking Heads.
The chapters for the next episode will be Sansa 2, Davos 1, Tyrion 3, Arya 5 and Bran 2.
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[Reddit] The Linear Timeline
So far I’ve listened to all 17 parts, and i’m only just now wondering this: What is the “linear” timeline based off of? how do you all decide which chapters happen lineally one before the other? I imagine some super cool dude at some point put together a theoretical list for the actual order of events. Now, this super cool dude would love to read about the method of putting them in order. I’ve googled a lot….and can’t find anything about where the linear order originated.
If you click on the Reddit link at the bottom of this, and all reread posts, you will find the timeline spreadsheet and contact details for the Redditor who came up with it, as well as his assumptions on travel speeds and whatnot.