'Slate' Made a Virtual Graveyard for Fallen Game of Thrones Characters

By: Megan Facciuolo - Published: Jun 15, 2014 • References: slate & designtaxi
There is a countless amount of fallen Game of Thrones characters, so Slate Magazine's writers Kate Blair and Chris Kirk decided to pay homage to them by creating a virtual graveyard.

Fans of the popular HBO show can visit the site to pay their respects to their favorite deceased characters. Upon visiting the site, users can click on different graves and leave flowers at their foot stones. Each grave also comes with a helpful link to the character's Wiki page for a review of their televised life.

The graves feature both main characters and characters that had minuscule roles. Some include Ned Stark, who died in season one and currently has the most flowers at 95,548, Rorge (of the Night's Watch), Khal Drogo and Lady. Stats for Virtual Medieval Graveyards Trending: Older & Mild
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