Game of Thrones final season: See who could sit on The Iron Throne

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    • Game of Thrones season eight will finally air on April 14, just six weeks away
    • Viewers were asked to pledge their allegiance to their favourite to win
    • Eagle-eyed fans pointed out Jon Snow's image had echoes of Ned Stark's poster
    • Followers of the show also queried why Tyrion Lannister only had one hand
    New eye-opening Game of Thrones posters capturing 20 of the characters sat on the Iron Throne have been released ahead of upcoming season eight.

    As excitement reaches fever pitch with the first episode airing only six weeks away on April 14, HBO bosses have pitted the remaining characters against each other.

    Dedicated fans were asked to pledge their allegiance to the long-running character they want to rule over the seven kingdoms in the final episode.

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    Game of Thrones final season: Jon Snow goes to war with Daenerys Targaryen for the Iron Throne... as characters are seen in new posters

    In the running were: Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow, Cersei Lannister, Arya Stark, Jaime Lannister, Tyrion Lannister, Sansa Stark, Bran Stark, Brienne Of Tarth, Davos Seaworth, Euron Greyjoy, Jorah Mormont, Greyworm, Melisandre, Missandei, Samwell Tarly, Theon Greyjoy, Varys, The Hound and the Night King.

    Fiery mother of dragons Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) could be seen grasping on the arms of the throne as she power dressed in a androgynous costume.

    Accompanied with the poster, The Game Of Thrones official account tweeted: 'Will #DaenerysTargaryen rule the realm? Break the wheel #ForTheThrone.'

    Overexcited Emilia re-posted her poster on her Instagram saying: 'ITS HAPPENING PEOPLE!!!!!!! Posters are live and kicking and mammas got her game face on #forthethrone #holdontoyourdragonsbabycosthiswillblowyourmind @gameofthrones @hbo @helenstills.'

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    Double take: The poster depicting Jon (Kit Harington) sat on the Iron Throne undeniably had echoes of the season one image of the late Ned Stark (Sean Bean) on the seat

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    Spot the difference: All the similarities weren't lost on the fans who pinpointed Jon held the sword firmly with both hands in the same fashion as Ned

    Also, the poster depicting Jon (Kit Harington) sat on the Iron Throne undeniably had echoes of the season one image of the late Ned Stark (Sean Bean) on the seat.

    All the similarities weren't lost on the fans who pinpointed the King In The North held the sword firmly with both hands in the same fashion as Ned.

    Game of Thrones followers flooded Twitter with comparison snaps drawing on the likeness between the natural born leaders.

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    Overexcited: Emilia re-posted her poster on her Instagram saying: 'ITS HAPPENING PEOPLE!!!!!!! Posters are live and kicking and mammas got her game face on #forthethrone #holdontoyourdragonsbabycosthiswillblowyourmind @gameofthrones @hbo @helenstills'

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    Ready for a fight: In a powerful photograph, Sansa (Sophie Turner) shed her feminine gowns for a dramatic black dress embossed with reptile scales

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    Pictured: Cersei (Lena Headey) was another powerful woman in competition to rule the seven kingdoms from the hot seat

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    Eagle-eyed: Hardcore fans were quick to notice Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) posed on the Iron Throne without his right hand

    'I knew that looked familiar,' one fan wrote, leading the troops. Another commented on the likeness: 'I'm in tears now.'

    A third added: 'Did you think we won't notice the way they both hold this sword. Ned dying was the saddest moment ever.'

    The Targaryen heir wore a fierce stare, slicked back his long curly locks and donned his typical fur cloak for the striking image.


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    Oath keeper: Jaime Lannister, also known as Kingslayer, took to the throne in his traditional armor and showed off his golden hand.

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    Unlikely hero: Bran Stark, who has survived the gruelling game thanks to his supernatural gifts, sat comfortably in the throne while he donned a plush cloak and animal furs

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    'Use #ForTheThrone to pledge your allegiance to the #ArmyoftheDead': HBO bosses asked fans to throw their support behind the undead king

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    Strength of character: Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) held onto the handle of the sword with both hands and she put the weapon between her legs

    In a powerful photograph, Sansa (Sophie Turner) shed her feminine gowns for a dramatic black dress embossed with reptile scales.

    As well as a demure neckline, chains were fastened around the Lady of Winterfell's neck as she sat comfortable in the Iron Throne.

    The stark contrast in Sansa's costume changes appears to reflect the strength of character she develops over the HBO series.

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    Skilled: The Hound held his sword in a diagonally across his body when he sat on the throne

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    Fierce: Theon Greyjoy donned his usual armor and held the sword with one firm grip

    George R. R. Martin penned of Sansa in A Song Of Ice And Fire: 'My skin has turned to porcelain, to ivory, to steel.'

    Recently, Sophie unveiled her character will wear armor for the first time in the upcoming season as she hopes Sansa will have a gladiatorial image.

    'This is the first time I've had armor,' she told Entertainment Weekly. 'The idea of it being very protective and she buttons herself up.

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    Fiercely loyal: Jorah Mormont looked ready to fight on behalf of the mother of dragons, whom he loves unconditionally

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    Unlikely hero: No doubt fans will be excited to see how Samwell Tarly fares in the battle against the army of the dead

    'I wanted her to have a bit of armor and be a bit more warrior-like, She's like the warrior of Winterfell.'

    Cersei (Lena Headey) was another powerful woman in competition to rule the seven kingdoms from the hot seat.

    The current Queen of Westeros donned a long velvet gown in deep purple which featured metallic shoulder pads.

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    The Spider: Lord Varys, who is arguably the biggest manipulator in the Game of Thrones, could be sat in the chair despite his claims he has no interest in the throne

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    Steely looks: Missandei looked proud when she graced the decorated chair

    Fans were convinced Cersei was telling the truth about being pregnant when HBO bosses released stills from the eighth season.

    The cunning queen confided in her twin brother Jamie (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) that she was pregnant with their fourth child from their incestuous relationship.

    As Cersei is known for her deceptive and manipulative behaviour, Jamie didn't believe her but fans were adamant she wasn't lying about a possible unborn child.

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    Eye-opening: Game of Thrones posters capturing 20 of the characters sat on the Iron Throne have been released ahead of upcoming season eight (Melisandre)

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    Ending: In the hotly-anticipated season eight teaser trailer, it pits the remaining characters against each other in the bloodthirsty battle for the throne (Euron Greyjoy)

    Hardcore fans were quick to notice Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) posed on the Iron Throne without his right hand.

    In the hotly-anticipated season eight teaser trailer, it pits the remaining characters against each other in the bloodthirsty battle for the throne.

    It stated: 'Every battle, every betrayal, every allegiance, every risk, every fight, every sacrifice, every oath, every death is all for the throne.'

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    Choose: Dedicated fans were asked to pledge their allegiance to the long-running character they want to rule over the seven kingdoms in the end (Brienne Of Tarth)

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    Explained: As excitement reaches fever pitch with GOT only six weeks away on April 14, HBO bosses have pitted the remaining characters against each other (Davos Seaworth)
     
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