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This Supercut Shows All 150,966 Deaths in Game Of Thrones (If You're Into That Kind of Thing)

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Even if you haven't seen a single episode of Game Of Thrones you'll probably be aware the show doesn't shy away from killing off characters big or small.

It's easy to lose count of just how many people have been slain on the George R.R. Martin TV adaptation so if you were looking to relive the gore, here's the video for you.

Thanks to YouTuber Leon Andrew Razon you can now watch every single death. That's your Father's Day activity sorted then.

The video estimates an insane 150,966 deaths have taken place in the six series so far which sounds about right for anyone who has witnessed a Westeros wedding.

With only 31 days to go until the blood-thirst continues, who knows who'll be next in the firing line of a sword, spear, flying bolder or giant?

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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