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Anucha “Cha” Saengchart, the famous Thai cosplayer behind the funny account “Lowcost Cosplay,” is at it again, and this time he gave “Game of Thrones” a shot by cosplaying as some of the characters from one of HBO’s most popular shows, Bored Panda reported.
In most cases, cosplay tends to be an all-out effort from the artist when making their costumes. The costumes are generally very intricate in order to make it as close to the actual characters’ as possible, but Cha’s approach in this art is totally different from the norm – he uses every household item he can find to create his costumes as true to the characters as possible.
In order to kick serious White Walker ass at the Battle of Winterfell, Arya Stark had to undergo intense training in the Filipino martial art of Eskrima.
Played by actress Maisie Williams, the fan-favorite character was exceptionally badass in the epic “Game of Thrones” episode (season 8, episode 3) “The Long Night.”
Rozi Khan is a 24-year-old waiter from Rawalpindi, Pakistan who gained instant online fame for his striking resemblance to “Game Of Thrones” star Peter Dinklage.View this post on Instagram
A post shared by Peter Hayden Dinklage (@iampeterdinklage) on Jul 14, 2018 at 4:10am PDT
“Game Of Thrones” star Maisie Williams recently unveiled a new tattoo featuring Kanji characters via her Instagram stories on Monday.
Raising her shirt up, the 21-year-old actress showed off the Japanese inscription 生き甲斐 on her ribcage, revealing the story behind it in the caption through the hashtag #ikigai, MailOnline reports.
Emilia Clarke, the British actress who plays the Mother of Dragons in the hit HBO series “Game of Thrones” and as Qi’ra in the “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” revealed she is one-eighth Indian in a recent interview.
While speaking to Vanity Fair, Clarke mentions that her grandmother had to wear makeup to hide the fact that she was half Indian.
Since “Game of Thrones” will not be around until 2019, fans have no choice but to endure the long wait.
Fortunately, a talented artist from the Philippines just made the wait a bit more bearable with his latest work.
Beloved Chinese kung fu epic novel “She Diao Ying Xiong Zhuan” (often translated as “Legends of the Condor Heroes”) is set to make its debut in the United Kingdom with a 12-volume series under British publisher MacLehose Press.
First serialized between Jan. 1, 1957 and May 19, 1959 in Hong Kong Commercial Daily, the wuxia, or martial heroes, novel by Louis Cha Leung-Yung. a.k.a. Jin Yong, is often compared to J. R. R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” and George R. R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones” due to its complex storylines and overall epic scale.
One photoshop wizard in China decided to give “Game Of Thrones” characters the “Chinese vendor” treatment, and now we almost can’t look at them the same.
According to Shanghaiist, one fan cimply pasted the photos of GOT characters onto the bodies of everyday street vendors resulting in a hilarious yet realistic portrayal of their existence outside of Westeros.
A television channel in South Korea has found a way to make this year’s presidential election coverage a bit more interesting for audiences by summoning the dragons of Westeros.
By incorporating elements of the universally loved “Game of Thrones” in its vote-counting reports, broadcaster SBS injected some “epicness” in their segments, Daily Mail reports.
If you’re one of the few people who don’t watch “Game of Thrones,” you will sympathize with the girl in the video. Hopefully, you will take this as a lesson and finally get with the program!
Finding out how far our money would go in different countries around the world is pretty simple, but more elusive — and much, much more important as well — is finding out how much our money would be worth in the fictional places we frequent in our leisure time, like Star Wars‘ Coruscant or Game of Thrones‘ Westeros. How much money, for instance, might a pokéball from Pokémon cost us in the real world?
To the rescue is Mobile Money, who created the below infographic showing how much pounds and dollars are worth in 18 different fictional universes.