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Tag Archives: the merch
Complete your Game of Thrones poker night with these House sigil shot glasses!
Now that you have your set of playing cards, you need to liven up your game with these shot glasses featuring 9 of the Great Houses of Westeros, plus the weird stag-burning-heart thing that Stannis made up. This ten glass set features the Stark Direwolf, the Greyjoy Kraken, the Baratheon Stag, the Arryn Eagle, the Targaryen Dragon, the Martell Spear-pierced Sun, the Tyrell Rose, the Tully Trout, the Lannister Lion, and the bastardized Stannis sigil for the splinter House Baratheon of Dragonstone. The House words are on the back; except, of course, for the Stannis cup, which only has the GoT logo because he just made all this up five minutes ago. Bottoms up!
The Game of Thrones House Sigil Shot Glasses, an HBO Store exclusive, are available for $59.99.
If collectible card games aren’t your thing, how about a set of “normal” playing cards?
As normal as things can be in the world of HBO’s Game of Thrones. These playing cards are perfect for poker night, and are still suitable for a collector who’d rather just stick with 52 cards (plus jokers) in a deck, thankyouverymuch. Each suit is assigned to a specific house sigil: Starks are Clubs, Baratheons are Spades, Lannisters are Diamonds and Targaryens are Hearts; each “face card” features a character portrait from the first season of the show. The final touch completes the deck with Varys as the Joker.
The 3″x4″ Game of Thrones playing card deck from Dark Horse comics are sturdy enough for regular play but are not casino-quality, all plastic construction, so shuffle this deck carefully!
If the $30,000 Iron Throne life-size replica is a bit outside of your price range, you’re in luck!
The Game of Thrones Iron Throne Paperweight makes a great gift for those aspiring towards the Iron Throne and just don’t have the budget for the life-size replica. The paperweight is a miniature version of the iconic Throne, crafted in poly-resin and hand painted, measuring a mere 5 x 4.75 inches and weighing in at only 1.35lbs.
This item makes a great gift at only $59.99 at the HBO Store; hurry while supplies last.
Looking to upgrade to a mid-size model of the Iron Throne? Try the Game of Thrones Iron Throne Replica Statue.
All of the Iron Throne replicas from the HBO Store are based on the seat of power of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, as seen in the hit TV series Game of Thrones. The show is an adaptation from George RR Martin’s award-winning A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy book series.
Do you have what it takes to sit the Iron Throne?
Now you can find out if you measure up to the likes of Aegon and Viserys Targaryen, the first of their names. But it will cost you thirty grand! Plus shipping.
The Game of Thrones Life Size Replica Iron Throne is a real chair. You sit in it. You may actually be harmed by it. A great way of testing your mettle.
This replica is not made from the swords of your surrendered enemies, but instead of fiberglass and fire-proof resin, so it is unlikely to have been forged by the mighty breath of Balerian the Black Dread.
While not exactly comfy, the throne is large, measuring over 7 feet in height, and over 5 feet in depth and width. It’s also 350 pounds, so I imagine the shipping on this thing is a pretty penny. It does include white glove delivery service, so be sure to alert your local TV crews of the arrival time. Unfortunately you can’t get your new chair in time for Xmas. Be prepared to wait 6-8 weeks for them to customize and process your order. This ain’t no Mickey-D’s burger.
Let’s dive into the Game of Thrones card game a little more and talk about the available Chapter Packs!
Assuming you already have A Game of Thrones LCG core set, the available Chapter Packs bring a new level of gameplay as you risk it all for the Iron Throne. Chapter Pack add-ons are sets of additional 40-60 cards (depending on version) to supplement your decks, whether they are the standard out-of-the box ones or hand-customized decks that suit your gaming style.
Fantasy Flight Games has a method of game additions that removes the random assortment and “rare cards” aspect that can frustrate gamers and collectors. Each expansion offers the same set of cards but leaves it open for the gamer to create their own customized, dynamic deck that suits their style. The Chapter Packs are one method (GoT expansions are another) to expand your gameplay, and there are a lot of different packs to choose from. The older version featured 40-card expansions. The new, updated version includes 60 cards, with 3 copies of each card instead of 2 as in the previous version. The good news is that many of the older 40 card packs have been updated to the revised version.
Since there are a TON of these expansions, we’ve included just a sampling of the cards available, all in the new 60-card format. You still need the Core Set to play these expansions! The Return of the Others was the last to be published in the 40-card format, but the one featured here is revised. It is part of the Defenders of the North expansion pack set, featuring Starks, Wolves & Wildlings, all of which are popular with everyone.
What can be better than an ultra-cute Dany doll complete with tiny baby dragon?
Everyone’s favorite Khaleesi, Daenerys Targaryen, is now available as a chibi-fied doll to sit on your desk and dream of her lost kingdom. The Game of Thrones Pop! Television Daenerys Targaryen Figurine is available for $9.99 at the HBO Store. Wearing her riding clothes, she is ready to lead her Khalasar to victory with her green dragon Rheagal on her arm. The official store lists the dragon as Drogon, but clearly it’s not. Drogon is black and read, while Rheagal is green and bronze.
The three and quarter inch figure is a perfect size to top your holiday tree!
It’s good to be the King, but being The Hand is not bad, either. Except for lately. The Hands haven’t had a good run of luck these days. Are you brave enough to wear the badge of office?
As the saying goes, what the king dreams, the Hand builds. Show off your Handiness with this pin from Dark Horse. The replica of the badge worn by Ned Stark in the first season and Tyrion Lannister in the second season of HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones. Do you have what it takes to lead armies and advise the King, be he drunken oaf or spoiled brat? Before taking office, you need to be sure you know how to play the game. If you have what it takes, by all means wear the Hand’s brooch. But don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Jazz up the cold winter nights with some great expansion packs for The Game of Thrones card game!
If you were with us last year when we posted about the Game of Thrones Collectible Card Game, you know all about this game and jousts and melees and how each card is an individual work of art. Well now dive deeper into the game with these expansion decks from Fantasy Flight that enhance your game with extended House cards. The Lords of Winter expansion includes Starks and Tullys, and using it alone will create a dominant force in the North. Balance out that power with the other expansion packs, such as Queen of Dragons with House Targaryen that enhances the traits of Dragons and Dothraki.
With the Princes Of The Sun Expansion, you bring the might of House Martell to the gameplay in full force. Now available with the Dornish cards is a new Civil War option, based on the way their house held the Targaryens at bay. The King of Seas expansion lets you play the traitorous Greyjoys with their raiding warship fleet. While there are other house expansions, the Baratheons are a dead line and nobody wants to play a Lannister.
If you tend to build your own decks and don’t stick to particular houses, any of the expansions to Game of Thrones LCG will bring new elements and strategies, so feel free to buy the ones you like best. Otherwise, buy as many as you can to keep all the houses equal during play.
Capture the magic of familial love with this Jon and Arya diorama, perfect for holiday giving.
It’s inarguable that Jon Snow and Arya Stark have one of the most heartwarming and enduring relationships in all of A Song of Ice and Fire. Second perhaps only to Arya’s undying bond with Nymeria. Set upon the steps of Winterfell, this endearing piece shows a touching moment between these two. Raised as siblings, you can see that Lord Snow and Arya Horseface share the Stark blood, and t’ ain’t nobody that’ll tell you diff’rent.
Sculpted by Tom Meier, each 54mm scale miniature is cast in pewter and resin and is sold unpainted. It is up to you, the collector, to paint to fit your own flight of fancy. The images of the painted versions on the website feature the work of artist Jessica Rich.
You can buy the Jon & Arya miniature from the GRRM section of the Dark Sword Miniatures website.
Is your wardrobe lacking in Stark Direwolf flair? Dress in the greys and blacks of Winterfell with this hoodie featuring the sigil of your favorite house.
Grey and fluffy, just like a Direwolf, the Game of Thrones Distressed Stark Sigil Hoodie will keep you warm and dry during your travels in the North. Beyond the Wall, though, you’ll want some more layers. Unlike a Direwolf, the poly-cotton blend hoodie is machine washable – an advantage that the Starks don’t get to enjoy. The Direwolf sigil is slightly faded, as fashion dictates for the “distressed” look.
Funnily enough, this is the first time we’ve featured a shirt or any other wearable, something we will have to remedy as we bring you the best of the best of Game of Thrones & GRRM holiday gifts.