Here is a handsome Game of Thrones Gathering table.  Some great ideas include DIY small banners, Viserys’ “Golden Crown” centerpiece and a  a mini-Iron Throne, fashioned from (super cheap!) plastic sword toothpicks, popsicle sticks (base layer), air-dry & sculpey clays, craft glue, and black & silver spray paint for finishing.

Here is a handsome Game of Thrones Gathering table. Some great ideas include DIY small banners, Viserys’ “Golden Crown” centerpiece and a a mini-Iron Throne, fashioned from (super cheap!) plastic sword toothpicks, popsicle sticks (base layer), air-dry & sculpey clays, craft glue, and black & silver spray paint for finishing.

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She's commanded armies and dragons. She’s sparred with slave masters and horse lords. But what Emilia Clarke had to do on the Game of Thrones set last October left her unusually nervous: Sit and have a polite conversation. Sound easy? Not when the other actor is Clarke’s Emmy-winning co-star Peter Dinklage. This was the first time in the show's five-year history that the two stars have ever shared a scene.

She's commanded armies and dragons. She’s sparred with slave masters and horse lords. But what Emilia Clarke had to do on the Game of Thrones set last October left her unusually nervous: Sit and have a polite conversation. Sound easy? Not when the other actor is Clarke’s Emmy-winning co-star Peter Dinklage. This was the first time in the show's five-year history that the two stars have ever shared a scene.

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There are few things in this world I love more than maps. Even pretend maps. Especially pretend maps.

There are few things in this world I love more than maps. Even pretend maps. Especially pretend maps.

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You'll hardly recognize Arya in Game of Thrones this year -- no more muddy brown tunic and boy-ish haircut! Now that the fan-favorite character has escaped Westeros, where she was traveling incognito disguised as a peasant boy for the past several seasons, the deadly Stark daughter received a radical makeover for her new life in Braavos.

You'll hardly recognize Arya in Game of Thrones this year -- no more muddy brown tunic and boy-ish haircut! Now that the fan-favorite character has escaped Westeros, where she was traveling incognito disguised as a peasant boy for the past several seasons, the deadly Stark daughter received a radical makeover for her new life in Braavos.

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