Game Of Thrones Intro "Canadian Style"

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Game Of Thrones Intro "Canadian Style"

The Game of Thrones opening theme has got to be one of the most iconic intros ever made.

We wait so long for new episodes to come out every year, that just hearing that theme song start gets your blood pumping.

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Plus, the intro video actually has a specific purpose. Not many people know this, but the intro video is actually a little bit different every-time. Before every episode, not only do they show you all the different towns the episode will be taking place in, it also tells you the order of the story-line.

And since the intro is so epic, someone actually went out of their way to create a Canadian style version.


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