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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: OK, Which One of You Put Up This White Walker Sign


Even HBO isn’t claiming responsibility for this sign found in Stockholm. (via Nerd Approved)

FlowerCrownPrincess (or Alex) redesigned Wonder Woman for a friend, and she looks a treat. (via io9.)

Warning: Do not use this ring to propose if your significant other plays Alliance. (Fashionably Geek)

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  • John W

    Pepper spray? After what happened to Lauren Bacall can you blame them….

  • Brittany K

    That ring is gorgeous

  • Brittany K

    That ring is gorgeous

  • Anonymous

    Ok that’s fine for white walkers but what about White, Walters?

  • JMoker255

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  • Anonymous

    Tho North remembers

  • Fabian Öhlin

    The sign is a promotion for an exhibit at the Swedish Royal Armoury museum, http://livrustkammaren.se/en

    The exhibit apparently doesn’t have an English language presentation yet, but it is called “Maktspel” (Power Games) and features costumes and armors from the Game of Thrones series as well as Elizabeth and Elizbeth – the Golden Age, alongside preserved renaissance clothing belonging to Swedish royalty.

    The exhibit discusses intrigue and power plays in fiction and history.

  • Lisa Liscoumb

    Very cool! Thanks for the explanation, Fabian – I so wish I was anywhere near Sweden…

  • Fabian Öhlin

    This was completely under my radar actually, but my girlfriend has a couple of friends working at that museum, so she knew about it.
    Why she didn’t just volunteer the information as soon as she got it is another question…