Ahead of the highly-anticipated release of the eighth and final season of fantasy series Game of Thrones, HBO recently went all interactive on us and hid several replica Iron Thrones around the world for a global scavenger hunt.
Well, within just two days, it seems the hunt is over, as now all six have been discovered - with the final replica throne cropping up in Queens, New York.
Announcing the quest on the #ForTheThrones website, HBO said: "For seven seasons you've watched characters lie, bleed, and sacrifice for the Iron Throne.
"As the final season approaches, only one question remains: How far will you go?"
The hunt has indeed taken us far and wide, with the six thrones hidden in six different countries across the globe.
Along with the United States' Throne of the Crypt, the other five thrones - the Throne of Ice, Throne of Valyria, Throne of Joy, Throne of the North and Throne of the Forest - turned up in Canada, Brazil, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom, with each of the winners who discovered them given a replica of King Robert Baratheon's crown.
To be honest, it's hardly surprising that the thrones were all found within no time - after all, not only are Game of Thrones fans a committed, eagle-eyed bunch, it's also not like we've got much else to be getting on with while we wait around for the final Game of Thrones season to premiere on 15 April.
Not long to go now, folks...
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