Here's a little remix version of whatever is a sort of parody song of others using GoT references.
Now here's a Frozen parody
I mean, it seems like it's topical now that THe World of Ice and Fire, a guide to Westeros is popping up in bookstores. Now you can find
The excerpt deals with Aegon the Conqueror and his conquest of Westeros, and particularly with all the fools who didn't just roll over when Aegon decided to unite the Seven Kingdoms under his rule. Here's a taste:
Well then, we may not have a new book to read in the story of the current happenings in Westeros, but we can enjoy a little history. Nothing beats history!The Westeros of Aegon's youth was divided into seven quarrelsome kingdoms, and there was hardly a time when two or three of these kingdoms were not at war with one another. The vast, cold, stony North was ruled by the Starks of Winterfell. In the deserts of Dorne, the Martell princes held sway. The gold-rich westerlands were ruled by the Lannisters of Casterly Rock, the fertile Reach by the Gardeners of Highgarden. The Vale, the Fingers, and the Mountains of the Moon belonged to House Arryn . . . but the most belligerent kings of Aegon's time were the two whose realms lay closest to Dragonstone, Harren the Black and Argilac the Arrogant.