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What Is Your Game of Thrones Spirit Animal?
by Brian Whitney
HBO

"Game of Thrones" is one of the most popular shows currently on television. Not only that, but it is ridiculously awesome. There are still a few people out there who take pride in never having seen it, but the rest of us know just how good the show is, and just how silly those people are. The storylines are fantastic, the actors are incredible, and cinematography is flawless.  

But one of the things that make "Game of Thrones" so amazing is the setting, both the land where it's shot and also the imaginary world in which the show takes place. And one of the things that makes the imaginary world so fascinating is the wealth of creatures and animals that live in it, whether they be dragons, manticores, Snowbears, dire wolves, mammoths, Kraken or lions. Each of these creatures lives a special life in the world of "Game of Thrones," and each of them symbolizes something totally different.  

You know that one of the animals and creatures on "Game of Thrones" is your spirit animal, but which one could it be? A spirit animal is something that takes on the world in the same way you do. You might feel like a dire wolf, but maybe at your core, you have a little bit of Manticore in you. Can you fly around and breathe fire, or do you carry around giants on your back? Only one way to find out. You're going to have to take this quiz. 

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