'Game of Thrones' Season 8: Every Betrayal Before HBO Show Final Season Premiere

Just as viewers have been advised not to get attached to any character on Game of Thrones—mostly because the favorites always die—it's likely best for fans not to trust any of them either, especially since just about all of them have lied and betrayed on some level during the seven seasons of the HBO series's existence.

Of course, some have committed more acts of betrayal than others—looking at you Lord Baelish. Even our beloved Lord Commander-turned-King of the North Jon Snow has thrown a person under the bus for his own benefit (RIP Ygritte!). Actually, every character who is still alive for the Season 8 premiere has likely committed a treasonous act, whether against their enemy or those supposedly closets to them.

Over the course of GOT's seven seasons, so far, there have been at least 83 known acts of betrayal. Graphic design site, Vennage, created an infographic depicting the spirals of betrayals that have occurred since GOT first debuted in 2011 (See HERE). The site combed through each season and counted every breach of trust between Season 1 and 7 and discovered there was an average of 1.2 betrayals per episode.

Of all the treachery that has ensued throughout the show, there's only been one single person who betrayed no one, yet he still ended up with his head on a stake—the former Lord of Winterfell, Eddard Stark.

It should come to no surprise that the mad queen Cersei Lannister tops the list of betrayals staring with the ultimate crossing of her late husband King Robert Baratheon, who was seemingly unaware that all three of his children with Cersei were actually fathered by his brother-in-law and Cersei's twin, Jamie Lannister.

However, Cersei's no-good-acts are closely tied with those of Petyr Baelish, otherwise known as Little Finger, who double-crossed Neddard Stark and Catelyn Stark, and his favorite prostitute Ros, and King Joffrey (with the help of Olena Tyrell), and Lysa Arryn and Sansa Stark and so on. While he's seemingly now on the side of Daenerys Targaryen, Varys has also committed his fair share of betrayals as well.

Most acts of betrayals—some 37 percent, according to Vennage's calculations—were generally committed among allies as an act to gain more power, while 33 percent of betrayals among allies were in the name of revenge.

Lord of Light only knows how many more deathly betrayals will ensue by the time the series reaches its conclusion, but luckily it won't be much longer before they all start playing out once again.

Game of Thrones returns to HBO with Season 8 on April 14 at 9 p.m. ET.