The makers of the fan favourite and epic series Game of Thrones have come up with a great idea to keep fans engaged ahead of the final season which will air in April. They have hidden around 6 Iron Thrones in secret locations across the globe.
Clues have been released by HBO on a site ‘For the Throne’, which is an hour-long live stream of each of the thrones at their locations. Fans have managed to discover around 5 of the 6 thrones.
The first throne was found in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, the UK, the rest were discovered in Björkliden, Sweden; Atienza, Spain and Beberibe, Brazil. On Tuesday the fifth throne was discovered in Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia, Canada.
HBO’s Game of Thrones has cleverly promoted the show which has three parts: Quest, Bleed and Create. In ‘Quest’, you have to look for thrones, ‘Bleed’ gives you a chance to save lives by donating blood to Red Cross and lastly ‘Create’ enables you create your own prop collection of GoT.