If you’ve ever wanted to buy property in Westeros and make a quick buck, you’ll love this news. The official Game of Thrones Monopoly board game is coming soon. The board looks really nice too, with a large map of Westeros in the middle.
One of the many cool details woven throughout the story of Game of Thrones are the sigils for each of the Houses. Each is unique and has their own style and meaning. Fans have reinterpreted them many times and using many mediums over the years.
Game of Thrones fans who like to drink will appreciate this goblet with a dragon claw stem. It’s a Dragonclaw goblet replica that you can use for wine, mead, the blood of your enemies, or whatever you like to drink while you watch the show.
It’s that time, Christmas decorators. It’s time to get your hands on the geekiest of decorations and start putting up your Christmas tree. You could go for plain white or colored lights, but the geek in you wants something cooler.
Game of Thrones fans will recognize this diorama straight away. It’s the Wall and Castle Black from the popular HBO series. The massive snow and ice construct from the series was recreated here with lots of white bricks.
Etsy shop Frockasaurus is offering this cute dress with house sigils fabric. It will help you keep things classy in Casterly Rock. Why swear allegiance to just one house when you can represent them all?
The A Game of Thrones board game was clearly made by and for fans of the A Song of Ice and Fire series. The game is much easier to understand and appreciate if you’ve read the novels, or at least watched the HBO series.
This Game of Thrones Direwolf Sculpted Mug is for the Stark clan only. It has their house motto on the side, “Winter Is Coming” and holds 12-ounces of your favorite beverage. However, it has a surprise in the bottom when you finish chugging down that cup of hot chocolate to keep you warm up in Winterfell.
Cuteness is coming. The house sigils on Game of Thrones are meant to show which house you belong to and also instill fear in your enemies. But what if those house sigils were cartoon characters? As you can see here, they would be adorable.
Game of Thrones fans who want to partake in an adult beverage (I suggest mead) during their favorite show need to get their hands on these. Each stein is a large 20oz. drinking mug with an embossed map of Westeros on its surface.
Check this out; it’s an iPhone case that looks sort of like the iron throne from Game of Thrones. Look at all them pokies on it. I can only imagine this would be a literal pain in the ass if you tried to put it in a pocket.
LEGO doesn’t have any official Game of Thrones sets, so it is up to the fans to create what the people want. Maybe one day LEGO will offer official sets, but given the adult subject matter, I wouldn’t hold my breath.
Having trouble keeping all of the history of Westeros and Essos in your head? So much goes down in that world, that it can be a daunting task to remember it all. This series of 16 maps by redditor hotbrownDoubleDouble will help, showing you a visual history of the Song of Ice and Fire novels.