Game of Thrones: Easter Eggs

In the Game of Thrones, many kings are fighting to become the true ruler of the fantasy country of Westeros. While many honorable knights fight and die for their kings, it’s political intrigue that is the true force that controls Westeros’ destiny. Basically, knowledge is power, and the more you know about Westeros the better. That’s why the spies at Game Front are here to provide you with a list of secret references and easter eggs hidden in Game of Thrones: The Game. This is a vast RPG, so keep one eye open for the playful inclusions gamers love to find — and check out our list below.

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Easter Eggs

George R. R. Martin Cameo

  • The author of the Game of Thrones series can be found in-game in Castlewood at Chapter 9.
  • Talk to him, and he’ll reveal how he’s writing a series of books on the modern history of Westeros. He’ll lament some delays, and talk about how he’s trying to finish the series soon.
  • His dialogue is filled with cute references to the real world publication schedule of the latest books in the Game of Thrones series, and how he really is on the sixth book.
  • Find George in Castlewood with a little exploration. Look for a fat guy with a grey beard in brown robes.

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