The Sack of King's LandingThe Battle of Castle RockThe Battle of the TridentThe Red Wedding
It was the famous Battle of the Trident.
Robert smashed rubies from Rhaegar's armour, hence the name of the battlesite: "Ruby Ford".
Split, CroatiaMarrakech, MoroccoDubrovnik, CroatiaBelfast, Northern Ireland
It was the picturesque Dubrovnik.
You can do a walking tour of the city which points out all the locations, in case you ever go there.
Magical crowsTargareyan princesDragonsI've never seen or read "Game of Thones", I don't know why I'm doing this quiz.
This was quite an easy one, really.
Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion are black, green and yellow dragons respectively.
It is true.
The linguist, David J. Peterson, worked on the language using phrases from the novels.
Cersei LannisterDaenerys TargaryenEddard StarkRobert Baratheon
It was the ice-cold Cersei, played by Lena Headey.
Winter is ComingOurs is the FuryFire and BloodGrowing Strong
It was "Fire and Blood"!
This beer is 6.8% ABV and contains ancho chillies, so it's not messing about.
Eustace IV, Count of BoulogneMatilda de BeaumontBaldwin of BloisWilliam I, Count of Boulogne
It was Prince Eustace!
Both Joffrey and Eustance died of choking, thought to be caused by poison – although Eustace didn't die at a feast or a wedding. The political parallels are there however.
The NationalMGMTThe Hold SteadyGrizzly Bear
It was The Hold Steady!
It has nothing to do with "Game of Thrones" but "Boys and Girls in America" is still a really good album.
The HoundHodorRamsay SnowOberyn Martell
CornflakesWeetabixFrostiesScott's porage oats
It was the oats!
Yes, The Hound was once a hot guy selling cereal to the masses.
Edmure TullyJoffrey BaratheonRobb Stark
It was Edmure's wedding!
It's true! He was born in 1990.
A Lannister always pays his debtsHear me roar!We do not sowA taste of glory
It's "Hear me roar!"
The debts saying is just an official catchphrase really.
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