21 Interesting Game Of Thrones Facts You Didn’t Really Notice

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Game of Thrones is one of the hottest television shows on the planet. With millions of fans worldwide craving more seasons, the show could go on forever.

Without much introduction, below are 21 Fascinating Game Of Thrones Facts You’ve Got To See:


  1. In the books, Catelyn Stark survived her death at the Red Wedding.

  2. In the scene where she eats a horse heart, Emilia Clarke was covered in so much fake sticky blood she literally got stuck to the toilet.

  3. In the original story outline, Jon Snow, Arya Stark, and Tyrion Lannister were in a love triangle.

  4. The White Walkers makeup takes 3 hours to put on with a team of 15 people putting it all together.

  5. Peter Dinklage’s Tyrion Lannister has appeared in more episodes than any other character.

  6. While in the show Jon Snow is betrayed and killed, in the books he’s killed because he breaks his oath.

  7. The Iron Throne is much bigger in the books than it is in the show.

  8. The original pilot was so awful it almost ended the show before it began. Luckily for fans everywhere, that didn’t happen.

  9. Dothraki is a real language crafted by linguist David J. Peterson.

  10. The actor who plays The Mountain eats 11,489 calories a day.

  11. In the show, we never actually see Robert Baratheon sit on the Iron Throne.

  12. The average episode costs around $6 million to make.

  13. Ceresei’s “Walk of Shame” through King’s Landing was based on a real event from Medievil Britain.

  14. Sansa adopted her dire wolf, Lady, in real life.

  15. Harry Lloyd, who played Viserys Targaryen, is Charles Dicken’s great-great-great grandson.

  16. The Wall is inspired by Hadrian’s Wall in Roman Britannia.

  17. The actor who plays Jaime Lannister hated wearing the gold armor as it was quite heavy.

  18. The writers put in fake death scenes to trick the actors.

  19. Show creator David Benioff already knows how the it all ends.

  20. George R.R. Martin still writes on a DOS program called Wordstar 4.0.

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