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GAME OF THRONES’ Major Deaths Get Interactive Illustrations

GAME OF THRONES’ Major Deaths Get Interactive Illustrations

Valar morghulis, amirite? But just because all men must die, that doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun with the god of death’s handiwork. Case in point: this inventive artist’s interactive hand-drawn illustrations highlighting the circumstances surrounding every major death on Game of Thrones.

Hannes Sommer of Austria says he took about 150 hours to complete this entire project, but it was more than worth it, as he cleverly made his way through six seasons of murder on the show. He ran through all the beheadings, poisonings, arrows through the heart, fatal falls, wildfire explosions, and plenty of other ways characters have met their untimely, usually brutal end. But just as impressive as all of the work he put into this is the fact he made the whole video in just one take.

Just like we thought: watching Joffrey die is satisfying in every single medium.

There’s so much to like about this video (which we first came across at io9), but a couple of our favorite recreations here include Barristan Selmy’s death at the hands of the shadowy Sons of the Harpy, the Three-Eyed Raven falling apart, and Tommen’s final step outside for some fresh air.

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However, the absolute best was how he handled the entire Dorne storyline, because they should have thrown away their whole plan for it from the start.

Valar dohareis, we know, but you don’t have to serve us inferior Sand Snakes.

Which recreated death here was your favorite? Travel the King’s Road to our comments section below to let us know.

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