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GAME OF THRONES’ Deaths Get a POKÉMON-Style PokéRap

GAME OF THRONES’ Deaths Get a POKÉMON-Style PokéRap

All men must die.

Game of Thrones seems to take that quite literally, since the average life expectancy for characters on the show is roughly a scene-and-a-half. However, all of that murder and mayhem doesn’t seem so bad, now that Dorkly has set all of those deaths to a fun PokéRap-style parody tune.

That’s right, that infamous Pokémon song, the one that will live inside your head forever, was the inspiration for this musical journey through all of the deceased from the Seven Kingdoms. And seven bloody hells the show has had so, so many dead people.

“Gotta kill ’em all” is right. We knew the death total on the show was massive, but seeing just how long the song is really drives that home. Especially how many babies they have killed off. So many babies!

This is fantastic, but we especially appreciate how they included a spoiler warning directly in the song before getting to the current season’s deaths. Also, since we live in a constant state of anxiety over when George R.R. Martin will (hopefully) finish the books, we enjoyed getting to laugh at how much we worry about that.

If you’re just like us and you have to listen to the original PokéRap now we got you covered.

As much as we love this crossover, this should be as far as it goes.

Because if Pokémon existed in Westeros, Team Rocket would currently be sitting on the Iron Throne and we’d all be too sad to talk about Ash’s death at the Battle of the Zapdos.

For more Game of Thrones and Pokémon, check out how actor Jerome Flynn’s mailman won’t speak to him after last week’s Game of Thrones, and Pokemon: Sun and Moon‘s new Lycanroc form.

Which lyrics from this parody are your favorite? Sing it to us in the comments below.

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