HBO Asked ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans for Their Best Quality & Revealed What Their Fate Would Be in Westeros
Ever wish you were a part of Game of Thrones and spent your days wandering around Westeros? That may not be a real-life possibility, but yesterday HBO gave fans the next best thing.
The premium cable channel had some fun on Twitter and offered to hypothesize about what fans’ fates would be if they lived in the Seven Kingdoms. The results were extremely entertaining.
You don?t yet know who will win the Game of Thrones, but I know it won?t be you. Tell me your greatest strength, and I?ll reveal your fate in Westeros. #YourFateAwaits? HBO (@HBO) April 11, 2019
HBO wrote, “You don’t know who will win the Game of Thrones, but I know it won’t be you. Tell me your greatest strength, and I’ll reveal your fate in Westeros. #YourFateAwaits.” And the responses started pouring in.
One guy replied that he’s a pretty great dad and hockey goalie.
Being a father and stopping hockey pucks pic.twitter.com/To1uw1xwl8? David Dwork (@DavidDwork) April 11, 2019
HBO congratulated him for being alive.
A woman chimed in saying that she’s, like, a really, really good friend. So much so that she’ll drop anything to help a friend in need.
I?m a loyal and true friend who will drop anything to make sure my loved ones are content and at peace. #ForTheThrone? Megan Woodward (@meganjustsaid) April 11, 2019
HBO wasn’t totally impressed and quipped that putting other people first would ultimately be her downfall.
Yet another Thronie shared his talent for projecting his voice.
I talk loud? Mickey Price (@bigmick_47) April 11, 2019
His Game of Thrones fate? Well, it’s pretty shame-ful and reminds us of Cersei’s pixie cut.
As the fun continued, HBO’s premonitions got better and better.
I can play the guitar! that?s pretty much it!? Joseph Marlow (@josephmarlow8) April 11, 2019
When one Twitter user said his only talent is playing the guitar, HBO took a little dig at Ed Sheeran, who guest-starred in the season-seven premiere.
But, of course, we saved the best for last. A very relatable woman shared her talent for perfectly judging pasta servings.
Knowing the right amount of pasta to boil for a variety of servings.? Chrissy B (@ChrissyBSann) April 11, 2019
The HBO response? Golden.
If only Olive Highgarden were a real place…