Game of Thrones is full of suspense and twists. The facts and stories from behind the scenes of our favorite TV show are just as interesting as the main plotlines. Let us see which are they.

1. Serve your own pigeon pie.

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Do you remember the popular pigeon pie served at King Joffrey’s wedding feast? The method for the pie was not made by George R. R. Martin: he got it from the sixteenth-century creator Giovanni de’ Rosselli. On the shooting of the series, the pie was real.

2. Game of Thrones is becoming a Harvard class.

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A Game of Thrones-themed history course will look at the history and culture of the “medieval world” that the series depends on. Students will learn medieval history through the viewpoint of one of the TV’s greatest marvels.

3. A mixtape dedicated to Game of Thrones.

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HBO recorded an official album of rap songs dedicated to Game of Thrones.

4. HBO sells the Iron Throne.

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The directors of the show offer imitations of the real Iron Throne for $30,000 (height: 7′ 2″; weight: 350 pounds). Amazing! Soon anybody can feel like the King of the Seven Kingdoms.

5. Gandalf’s sword is in the Iron Throne.

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An imitation of Gandalf’s sword from The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit is fitted inside the Iron Throne.

6. Madonna goes full Khaleesi.

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Madonna is really another Game of Thrones fan, similar to every one of us. She requested the directors from the show to loan her a popular Daenerys outfit to celebrate the Jewish event of Purim.

7. Maester Aemon’s actor is also blind.

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Peter Vaughan, the actor who played Maester Aemon, was nearly blind like his character on the show. Vaughan as of late kicked the bucket with his family around him. His Watch is finished.

8. Myrcella and Tommen date in real life.

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Aimee Richardson and Dean-Charles Chapman, who both played Cersei’s children, became a couple in real life.

9. 4 characters for 1 actor.

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Ian Whyte has worked as 4 characters in Game of Thrones: a White Walker, a nameless giant, Ser Gregor Clegane, and the giant Wun Wun.

10. Catelyn Stark is the mother of Hermione Granger.

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Michelle Fairley was exceptionally popular in representing the strong and charmed character Catelyn Stark. In any case, there were few who saw that she also played Hermione’s mom in the Harry Potter series.

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