You don’t need for me to tell you how awesome Game of Thrones is; if you’ve seen the show then you’re well aware. However, you may not be aware of everything that Game of Thrones has to offer.
Tyrion Lanniser Collectible Statue:
Who wouldn’t want an even littler Tyrion Lannister? He’s a personal favorite of mine and probably yours as well. While this sweet Tyrion statue isn’t exactly cheap, it’s $199 to be exact, it’s well worth it if you have the coin to spare.
Ommegang’s Iron Throne Beer:
While wine tends to be the drink of choice in Game of Thrones, that doesn’t mean that you can’t help yourself to some Game of Thrones inspired beer. It’s in stores nationwide at anywhere that sells beer for $8.50 a bottle. Despite the steep price it’s perfect for drinking games. I suggest taking drink everytime Joffrey does something that makes you want to slap him.
House Sigil Shot Glasses:
If beer’s not your particular posion you’re not out of luck, you can still take shots of your drink of choice. The House Sigil Shot Glass Collection features 12 houses including; Baratheon, Lannister, Stark, Martell, Tyrell, Frey, Clegane, Tully, Arryn, Targaryen, Greyjoy, and Stannis Baratheon.
What better way to illustrate the drama and brutality of Game of Thrones than with adorable bobble heads? Well, I’m sure you can name more than a few but that doesn’t take away from cool these are. These 4” bobble heads can be bought in a set or separately. One set includes Rob and Arya Stark, John Snow, Cersei and Jamie Lannister, and Renley Baratheon. There’s another set which includes Ned Stark, Khal Drogo, Daenerys Targaryen, The King of the Whitewalkers, Sandor “The Hound” Clegane and of course Tyrion Lannister!
Eddard Stark’s sword, Ice:
Let’s be honest, ole Ned’s not going to have need of it any time soon. If carrying a dead man’s weapon is not what you fancy you can also get Ayra’s Needle, The Hound’s helm or Robert Stark’s sword.
What Game of Thrones fan wouldn’t want to sit on the Iron Throne itself? Sure it’ll cost you $30,748. But that’s a small price for a king. Now if you’re a king in debt then $30,748 may be too steep a price. In addition to massive debt you may also have been usurped so in the meantime you’ll have to settle for a 7” replica. It should help tide you over until your dragons are fully grown and can help you reclaim your rightful throne!
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